Charlie Wild, Private Detective

Charlie Wild, Private Detective is an American detective series that aired on three of the four major American television networks of the 1950s. The series first aired live on CBS Television from December 22, 1950 to June 27, 1951 (20 episodes), then aired on ABC from September 11, 1951 to March 4, 1952 (27 episodes).

On March 13, 1952, the DuMont Television Network picked the series up for the last three months, with 17 episodes, ending on June 19, 1952.

John McQuade (1912-1979) replaced Kevin O'Morrison as Charlie Wild after the first seven episodes.

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