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77 Sunset Strip ratings (TV show, 1958-1964)

77 Sunset Strip
Rank 7,667 / 28,590
Trend 10
Genres Action, Drama, Crime
Seasons 6
Episodes 206
Total votes 9,264
Average votes 45
Average rating 7.6 / 10

Stu Bailey and Jeff Spencer were the wisecracking, womanizing private detective heroes of this Warner Brothers drama. Stu and Jeff worked out of an office located at 77 Sunset Strip in Los Angeles, California, right next door to a snazzy restaurant where Kookie worked as a valet. The finger-snapping, slang-talking Kookie occasionally helped Stu and Jeff with their cases, and eventually became a full-fledged member of the detective agency. Rex Randolph and J.R. Hale also joined the firm, and Suzanne was their leggy secretary.

Directors: Abner Biberman, Alan Crosland Jr., Alan Rafkin, André De Toth, Andrew McCullough, Arthur Lubin, Boris Sagal, Byron Paul, Charles F. Haas, Charles R. Rondeau, David Butler, David Lowell Rich, Douglas Heyes, Everett Sloane, Francis Lederer, Gene Reynolds, George Waggner, Herbert L. Strock, Ida Lupino, Irving J. Moore, James Komack, James V. Kern, Jeffrey Hayden, Lawrence Dobkin, Lee Sholem, Leo Penn, Leslie Goodwins, Leslie H. Martinson, Marc Lawrence, Mark Sandrich Jr., Michael O'Herlihy, Montgomery Pittman, Murray Golden, Paul Landres, Paul Nickell, Reginald Le Borg, Richard Bartlett, Richard C. Sarafian, Richard L. Bare, Robert B. Sinclair, Robert Douglas, Robert M. Leeds, Robert Sparr, Sidney Salkow, Stuart Heisler, Sutton Roley, Vincent Sherman, William Conrad, William J. Hole Jr. Writers: A. Sanford Wolfe, A.I. Bezzerides, Al Martin, Alan Caillou, Ardel Wray, Aubrey Wisberg, Barry Trivers, Bernard C. Schoenfeld, Berne Giler, Bill Finger, Boris Ingster, Brevarde Lee, Budd Lesser, C.L. Moore, Charles Hoffman, Charles Sinclair, Charles Smith, Czenzi Ormonde, Dean Riesner, Don Richman, Don Tait, Donn Mullally, Douglas Heyes, Douglas Morrow, Dwight Taylor, Ed Jurist, Edwin Blum, Everett Sloane, Fenton Earnshaw, Frank Gruber, Franklin Barton, Fred Schiller, Frederick Brady, Frederick Knott, Gene Levitt, George Fass, George O'Hanlon, George Waggner, Gerald Drayson Adams, Gertrude Fass, Harold Jack Bloom, Harry Essex, Henry Slesar, Howard Browne, Howard J. Green, Howie Horwitz, Irwin Winehouse, Jack Lloyd, Jack Pollexfen, James Gunn, James Komack, James O'Hanlon, Jason Wingreen, Jerry Davis, Jo Pagano, Joel Kane, Joel Rogosin, John Hawkins, John K. Butler, John O'Dea, Jonathan Haze, Ken Pettus, László Görög, Lawrence Kimble, Lawrence Menkin, Lee Loeb, Lee Stanley, Leo Townsend, Leonard Brown, Leonard Lee, Louis M. Heyward, Louis Vittes, Lowell Barrington, M.E. Chaber, Marion Hargrove, Maurita Pittman, Montgomery Pittman, Morton Grant, N.B. Stone Jr., Patricia Highsmith, Paul Savage, Paul Schneider, Peter R. Brooke, Raymond Chandler, Richard De Roy, Richard Macaulay, Richard Newhafer, Richard Wormser, Robert C. Dennis, Robert Hamner, Robert J. Shaw, Robert L. Jacks, Robert Leslie Bellem, Robert Vincent Wright, Roger Smith, Roy Huggins, Seeleg Lester, Sidney Salkow, Sig Herzig, Sonya Roberts, Stanley Niss, Stephen Kandel, Steve Fisher, Steve Frazee, Steven Ritch, Talbot Jennings, Thomas Ahearn, Tony Barrett, W.R. Burnett, Ward Hawkins, Warren Douglas, Whitfield Cook, Whitman Chambers, William Bruckner, William L. Stuart, William P. D'Angelo, Winston Miller
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