Mullendore Relaxation for two … after a hard day at the office Bridget Mullendore Soft, sexy and beautiful Marks Hot, fast … and rough! Blues for a Dead Chick Mullendore Beautiful … though dead Distraction Marks Jazz that eases the conscience Plus 11 violins.
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Les and George each claim the other overlooked vital information. Several people had good motives to murder Kelso, but Burke knows that just because a suspect seems obvious doesn't mean there might not be a set-up in the works.
Who was the Episode MVP? Episode Discussion. The original series was converted into a spy drama, Amos Burke Secret Agent , in its third and final season. The series was revived in —95 on CBS , with Barry reprising the role of millionaire detective.
The show shares stylistic similarities with Barry's previous series, Bat Masterson , in which he played a debonair lawman of the Old West.
During the opening credits, as the title flashes onscreen, a woman's voice seductively pronounces the words "It's Burke's Law! Burke's Law. The anomaly of a millionaire police captain is explained in a first episode' conversation between Detective Tim Tilson and a potential witness.
The title of each episode begins with the words "Who Killed? Five or six "special guest stars" comprise the list of suspects. Burke is then driven to the crime scene in his Rolls-Royce by his loyal chauffeur, Henry. Blues Classical Country. Electronic Folk International.
Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love.Obscure Music from BURKE'S LAW Since this blog ended up paying "theme music tribute" to Robert Vaughn and Van Williams, the trifecta here is just some good TV theme music from another 60's show, "Burke's Law." This series seems to be forgotten by most video historians, which is a shame. They aren’t by Herschel Burke Gilbert either, who Author: Ill Folks.
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