Barnaby Jones (1973)

The exploits of milk-swilling, geriatric private eye Barnaby Jones. (source:

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Release Date
28 January 1973
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Los Angeles, California, USA
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Barnaby Jones is a television detective series starring Buddy Ebsen and Lee Meriwether as a father and daughter-in-law who run a private detective firm in Los Angeles, California. The show ran on CBS from January 28, 1973 to April 3, 1980, beginning as a mid-season replacement. William Conrad guest-starred as Frank Cannon of Cannon on the first episode of Barnaby Jones, "Requiem for a Son" and the two series had a two-part crossover episode in 1975, "The Deadly Conspiracy." The series was produced by QM Productions (with Woodruff Productions in the final two seasons), and lasted longer (seven and a half seasons) than any other QM series except The FBI.

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