The Full Wiki

More info on O'Hara, U.S. Treasury

O'Hara, U.S. Treasury: Map

Advertisements
  
  

Wikipedia article:

Map showing all locations mentioned on Wikipedia article:



O'Hara, U.S. Treasury is an Americanmarker television crime drama broadcast by CBS during the 1971-72 television season. Jack Webb's Mark VII Limited packaged the program for Universal Television. Webb and longtime colleague James E. Moser created the show; Leonard B. Kaufman was the producer.

Synopsis

O'Hara, U.S. Treasury starred David Janssen (whose company co-produced the show with Mark VII) as the title character, Treasury Agent Jim O'Hara. Jim O'Hara was a county sheriff from Nebraskamarker whose wife and child died in a fire, and to cut all ties with his past life, he put an application in with the United States Department of the Treasurymarker and was accepted. As a "T-Man," O'Hara was available for assignment to any of the various law enforcement agencies which were then part of the Treasury Department, all of which cooperated in this positive portrayal of their various organizations, much in the manner of the Los Angeles Police Department with Webb's Dragnet and Adam-12. These included the Secret Service, the Intelligence Unit of the Internal Revenue Service, the then-Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Division of IRS, and the then-Customs Bureau. O'Hara sometimes worked undercover and sometimes overtly. Janssen was the series' only regular, as he was given a different assignment at the start of each weekly episode.

O'Hara marked the first Mark VII show to run a full hour in length; all of Webb's previous efforts (excepting the TV-movie pilot for Dragnet 1967) ran in half-hour episodes. It was also one of the few he did not package for NBC. The show failed in the Nielsen ratings against ABC's Partridge Family and Room 222 and ended after a one-season run. Reruns were later shown on the A&E Network in the 1990s and are currently airing on Retro Television Network.

Episode list

Episode # Production Code Episode Title Airdate
1 101 "Operation: Big Store" September 17, 1971
2 102 "Operation: Bandera" September 24, 1971
3 103 "Operation: Stolen Bonds" October 1, 1971
4 104 "Operation: Bribery" October 8, 1971
5 105 "Operation: Time-Fuse" October 15, 1971
6 106 "Operation: Offset" October 22, 1971
7 107 "Operation: Heroin" October 29, 1971
8 108 "Operation: Spread" November 5, 1971
9 109 "Operation: Deadhead" November 12, 1971
10 110 "Operation: Hijack" November 26, 1971
11 111 "Operation: Crystal Springs" December 3, 1971
12 112 "Operation: Payoff" December 10, 1971
13 113 "Operation: Moonshine" (with Sherry Boucher) December 17, 1971
14 114 "Operation: XW-1" January 7, 1972
15 115 "Operation: Lady Luck" January 14, 1972
16 116 "Operation: Deathwatch" January 21, 1972
17 117 "Operation: White Fire" January 28, 1972
18 118 "Operation: Dorias" February 4, 1972
19 119 "Operation: Rake-Off" February 11, 1972
20 120 "Operation: Mr. Felix" February 18, 1972
21 121 "Operation: Good Citizen" March 3, 1972
22 122 "Operation: Smoke Screen" March 10, 1972


Award nomination

Year Award Result Category
1972 Golden Globe Award Nominated Best TV Show - Drama


References



External links




Embed code: at The Full Wiki'>
Advertisements






Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message