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Partners in Crime ratings (TV show, 1984-1984)

Partners in Crime
Rank 12,239 / 22,605
Trend 0
Genres Drama, Crime, Mystery
Seasons 1
Episodes 13
Total votes 141
Average votes 11
Average rating 8.1 / 10

Carole Stanwyck and Sydney Kovak have nothing in common; they are the polar opposites of one another. Carole is a former socialite, who lost her fortune and is now making a living as a photographer and a courier. Sydney's father's a con-man, so she knows her way around the streets. She is also a pick pocket and a jazz bass player. The only thing that they have in common is the fact that they were both married Raymond Caulfield, a private investigator. When he was killed he left everything including his agency to them. After apprehending the one who killed him, they decided to run the agency themselves. Helping them is Shain, Raymond's assistant, Raymond's mother, Jeanine, and Police Lieutenant Vronsky.

Directors: Alan Cooke, Allen Reisner, Charles S. Dubin, Don Weis, Guy Magar, Harry Falk, James Sheldon, Kevin Connor, Lee H. Katzin, Leonard Stern, Rod Daniel, Sigmund Neufeld Jr., Sutton Roley Writers: Bob Shayne, Donald Ross, Harold Livingston, Leonard Stern, Philip Saltzman, Robert Van Scoyk, Simon Muntner, William Driskill
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