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- 87th Precinct is an American crime drama starring Robert Lansing, Gena Rowlands, and Ron Harper, which aired on NBC on Monday evenings during the 1961–1962 television season.
- begun on and completed on (52 years ago)
- 30 episodes of 60 minutes each
- country: United States of America
- created by Ed McBain
- regular cast:
- genres: Crime, Drama
- "87th Precinct" a.k.a. "Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Lightning": Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Lightning is a 1995 drama film written by Mike Krohn and Dan Levine and directed by Bruce Paltrow.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- executive producer: Diana Kerew
- production design by Richard Sherman
- written by Mike Krohn & Dan Levine
- based on "Lightning" by Ed McBain
- Randy Quaid as Detective Steve Carella
- Alex McArthur as Detective Bert Kling
- Ving Rhames as Detective Artie Brown
- Eddie Jones as Byrnes
- Ron Perkins as Detective Meyer Meyer
- Johann Carlo
- Tracy Middendorf as Dorothy
- Steve Park as Todd Wilkins
- Mary-Joan Negro as Mrs. Anunciato
- Alan Blumenfeld as Detective Ollie Weeks
- Alison Moir
- Steven Flynn as Henry 'Lightning' Lytell
- casting by Natalie Hart & Jason La Padura
- cinematography by Kenneth D. Zunder
- edited by David A. Simmons
- music by Peter Bernstein
- costume design by Tom McKinley
- set decoration by Jimmy Adams
- genre: Drama
- released on (20 years ago)
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by Peter Swirski
With New York as the representative cityscape, the 87th Precinct is an anatomy of the environmental niche overrun by more than 80 percent of all North Americans. Inhabited by millions, preyed upon by thousands, immortalized in prose from ...
Works and Authors of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden Since 1967 by Mitzi M. Brunsdale
Multiple characters carry on highly detailed and often violent police work in McBain's 87th Precinct novels, investigating diverse criminal activities and settings within the precinct's geographical boundaries. This allows the author to employ ...
by Larry E Sullivan, Marie Simonetti Rosen, Dorothy M Schulz, M. R. Haberfeld
Ed McBain's 87th Precinct debuted in 1956 with Cop Hater and remains one of the most popular police procedural series. The police procedural novel has proved adaptable. It has been used as a vehicle to depict police systems all over the ...
by Andrew Spicer
adapted from an Ed McB ain “87th Precinct” novel, depicts a stark ...
by Abby H. P. Werlock, James P. Werlock
Perhaps the longestlasting series has been the 87th Precinct novels by Ed McBain (the pseudonym of Evan Hunter). Set inafictitious New YorkCity thatis not named New York,thefirst novel was Cop Hater in1956. Writing directly for the ...
by Chris Baldick
set in the offices of the 87th Precinct of the New York Police Department. Otherwise detective stories are divided ...
[Two Volumes] by M. Keith Booker
Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler, in addition to narratives centered on the police or other crime-fighting agencies, such as Ed McBain's influential 87th Precinct novels, which treated a squad of policemen as a collective protagonist.
Mystery Women: An Encyclopedia of Leading Women Characters in Mystery Fiction Vol.1 (1860-1979) (2009)
by Colleen Barnett
Eileen Burke Author: EdMcBain, pseudonym for Evan Hunter Although McBain created a multi-ethnic 87th Precinct, Eileen Burke, the only female police officer in the ensemble, received limited coverage. Detective Second Grade Eileen Burke, ...
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