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Comment made by Warren (209.212.34.78 ) on 2013-01-20 23:02:39

The show was very well done. You should consider making a series for Austin Healy.
Comment made by Larry (98.237.176.106 ) on 2013-01-14 13:47:25

Very glad you like the show. Colbly originally wrote this as a trilogy and all three parts were performed at the Gene Autry Heritage Museum in L. A. several years before we redid it. Sadly we had to edit almost 30 minutes out of the in order to make it fit our time format. Because of this we felt we couldn't do the other two parts without having to sacrifice much of the coloring that makes the episodes work. As to writing a anothert P. I. series that takes place in 1940's Los Angeles, well, maybe if Harry is ever retired.
Comment made by Dapper (76.220.74.4 ) on 2013-01-14 03:29:54

Top notch! I especially like the way the storyline formula from the movie "Chinatown" is used.(not the same story, obviously)A complex story with interweaving characters that is interesting, compelling and easy to follow makes for a first rate show. The acting is perfect and so is the dialogue. Why wasn't this show made into a series? I think the original Harry Nile,(Phil) with his gritty, baritone voice really captured the flavor of the 1950s LA detective. It would be great if Jim or Larry could write a tryout LA detective series with the voice and attitude somewhere between Harry Nile and Austin Healy. Heck, whats Colby Chester doing right now? Maybe he could be talked into writing an Austin Healy adventure for a recurring show on Imagination Theatre.
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