Created by Marcy Holland After the previous week’s disappointing premiere of Francesca Quinn, P.I., the Girl Detective and I warily turned into the premiere of Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ "Nikki & Nora: Sister Sleuths” with more than a little trepidation. Another pilot (I think) for a proposed string of TV movies, it starred Hunter King and Rhiannon … Continue reading Nikki & Nora Sullivan: Sister Sleuths
Leander & Horatio Jones (The Jones Brothers)
Created by Maxwell Hawkins (1895-1962) LEANDER JONES and HORATIO JONES were twins (identical as the two "proverbial peas"), the sole operatives of Manhattan's Jones and Jones Detective Agency (with offices in the Flatiron Building, no less), who didn't just stumble into cases that involved murder--it was their speciality. Not that they needed the work--"their private inherited … Continue reading Leander & Horatio Jones (The Jones Brothers)
Jerry (and Danny) Nelson
Created by Howard Schoenfeld (1915-2004) Double your pleasure, double your fun.... Let Them Eat Bullets, besides offering some rather peculiar dietary advice, is a rock 'em, sock 'em, paperback original from the folks at Fawcett Gold Medal about JERRY NELSON, your typical tough guy New York eye, who has an ace up his sleeve--an identical … Continue reading Jerry (and Danny) Nelson
Tony & Shep Thomas (Twin Detectives)
Created by Robert Carrington, Robert Specht and Everett Chambers Hee-Haw's very own Hager twins, Jim and Jon, played twin P.I.s, TONY and SHEP (SHEP!!!) THOMAS, who use their identical twin status to so they could con the bad guys by being in two places at once.It comes in handy when they take on a case … Continue reading Tony & Shep Thomas (Twin Detectives)
Twin Private Detectives Down these mean streets a split embryo must go... Leander and Horatio Jones (The Jones Brothers) by Maxwell Hawkins Terry and Kerry McAfee by Jennfer Colt Jerry (and Danny) Nelson by Howard Schoenfeld Tony and Shep Thomas by Robert Carrington, Robert Specht and Everett Chambers Respectfully compiled by Kevin Burton Smith.