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Encyclopedia > Bourbon Street Beat

Bourbon Street Beat was a private detective series which ran on the American Broadcasting Company from 1959 through 1960. It starred Andrew Duggan as Cal Calhoun, Richard Long as Rex Randolph and Van Williams as Kenny Madison. The stories involved a detective agency in New Orleans, Louisiana.


The series was one of several detective shows which aired on ABC in the time period. But Bourbon Street Beat was not as successful as the others. When the series ended, the character of Rex Randolph moved to 77 Sunset Strip, and the character of Kenny Madison moved to the spinoff Surfside Six, which aired in the Bourbon Street Beat time slot the following season.


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