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Philip Marlowe is a 1959-1960 half-hour ABC crime series, featuring Philip Carey as Marlowe, the fictional detective originally created by Raymond Chandler.

The private detective Marlowe of Carey, departed very much from the original character.

The show first aired October 6, 1959 with the episode: "The Ugly Duckling" with Virginia Gregg and Rhys Williams.

Series Cast

  1. Philip Carey

    Philip Carey

    Philip Marlowe

    26 Episodes

  2. William Schallert

    William Schallert

    4 Episodes

  3. Ed Kemmer

    Ed Kemmer

    2 Episodes

  4. Burt Metcalfe

    Burt Metcalfe

    1 Episode

  5. Rebecca Welles

    Rebecca Welles

    1 Episode

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Season 1

1959 | 26 Episodes

Season 1 of Philip Marlowe premiered on October 6, 1959.

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Status Ended


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Certification -

Type Scripted

Original Language English

Runtime 30m



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