LOU GRANT: HOLLYWOOD (TV)

Summary

One in this series of dramas about a Los Angeles newspaper, its staff, and city editor Lou Grant. Lou becomes fascinated with an abandoned Hollywood restaurant and learns that its owner, a young prizefighter named Baby Duarte, was murdered there thirty years earlier. After finding that the case remains unsolved, Lou puts his staff to work on the story, with the help of former Tribune reporter Thea Taft (Margaret Hamilton). The murder suspects include a flirtatious movie star (Laraine Day), her agents, and a hot-tempered movie director (Paul Stewart). "Animal" befriends the eccentric woman (Nina Foch) who lives above the restaurant and discovers some shocking information about Duarte's death. Commercials deleted.

Cataloging of this program was made possible by Grant Tinker in honor of Ed Asner.

Details

  • NETWORK: CBS
  • DATE: December 17, 1979 Monday 10:00 PM
  • RUNNING TIME: 0:49:22
  • COLOR/B&W: Color
  • CATALOG ID: T:14867
  • GENRE: Drama
  • SUBJECT HEADING: Drama
  • SERIES RUN: CBS - TV series, 1977-1982
  • COMMERCIALS:

CREDITS

    • Gene Reynolds … Executive Producer, Created by
    • Allan Burns … Executive Producer, Created by
    • Seth Freeman … Producer, Writer
    • Michael Vittes … Associate Producer
    • Burt Brinckerhoff … Director
    • James L. Brooks … Created by
    • Leon Tokatyan … Developed by
    • Patrick Williams … Composer
    • Edward Asner … Cast, Lou Grant
    • Robert Walden … Cast, Joe Rossi
    • Linda Kelsey … Cast, Billie Newman
    • Mason Adams … Cast, Charlie Hume
    • Jack Bannon … Cast, Art Donovan
    • Daryl Anderson … Cast, Dennis "Animal" Price
    • Nancy Marchand … Cast, Mrs. Pynchon
    • Nina Foch … Cast, Mrs. Polk
    • Laraine Day … Cast, Laura Sinclair
    • Howard Duff … Cast, Wild Man Moran
    • Marie Windsor … Cast, Coral Mayberry
    • Margaret Hamilton … Cast, Thea Taft
    • Paul Stewart … Cast, Kenneth Holmes
    • John Larch … Cast, Lieutenant Bergin
    • Dave Willock … Cast, Walt
    • George Chandler … Cast, Caretaker