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Man Against Crime (also known as Follow That Man) starring Ralph Bellamy, one of the first television programs about private eyes, ran on CBS, the DuMont Television Network and NBC from October 7, 1949, to June 27, 1954. The show was created by Lawrence Klee and was broadcast live until 1952. 

The series was one of the few television programs ever to have been simulcast on more than one network: the program aired on both NBC and DuMont during the 1953–54 television season.

Silken Touch


Fraternity of 

Five


Ferry Boat


Hitch Heisters


Bout Is 

Murder


Murder Mountain


Sic Transit Gloria


The Third Rail

Paradise Lost


Death Takes a Partner


Free Ride


Hot Fur


Missing 

Cadet


Petite Larceny


The Wire Tappers


Polecat Shakedown


Cocoanuts Eye

Ice Man


Doll 

Bandit


Fullers Folly


Killer Cat


Murder in the 

Rough


Room 505


Washington Story


Black Leg White Tie

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