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Robert Forster TV Week Signed Autograph Banyon Oct 29 1972

Forster, Robert TV Week Signed Autograph Banyon Oct 29 1972
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Forster, Robert TV Week Signed Autograph Banyon Oct 29 1972
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Forster, Robert TV Week Signed Autograph Banyon Oct 29 1972Forster, Robert TV Week Signed Autograph Banyon Oct 29 1972
This is an authentically autographed magazine by Robert Forster..

TV Week-Oct 29 1972-Photo cover is signed by Robert Forster, condition of the magazine and autograph is VERY GOOD

Banyon is a detective series aired in the United States by NBC as part of its 1972-73 lineup, though a standalone two-hour TV movie first aired in March 1971. The show was a Quinn Martin Production (in association with Warner Bros. Television), the first-ever show Martin made for the NBC network.

Banyon was a period drama set in the late 1930s in Los Angeles. It revolved around the life of private investigator Miles C. Banyon (Robert Forster), a tough-but-honest detective who would take on essentially any case for $ 20/day. Located in the same complex (the famed Bradbury Building) as Banyon's office was the secretarial school operated by Peggy Revere (Joan Blondell). By an agreement between Banyon and Revere, part of the training provided to these young women was a turn serving as Banyon's secretary; this gave him the advantage of not having to provide a salary for a secretary but meant that he never had the same one long enough for her to become a truly knowledgeable or reliable assistant. Besides Revere, the other ongoing female character was Banyon's girlfriend, Abby Graham (Julie Gregg), a nightclub singer who was constantly trying to encourage him to "settle down" and marry her, but to no avail during the brief run of this series. Banyon's police connection in the LAPD was the cynical Lieutenant Pete McNeil (Richard Jaeckel).

Banyon was unable to find an adequate audience and lost in the Nielsen ratings to Love, American Style on ABC and movies on CBS and was cancelled at midseason.

It is one of the few Quinn Martin shows not currently owned by CBS/Republic Pictures; the series rights remain with Time Warner. It is also one of the few QM shows to bill a cast member above the title (the only other such series is A Man Called Sloane, starring Robert Conrad).