Mr District Attorney
Mr District Attorney 1939-1954 Mr District Attorney was for many years the nations best-liked crime show. The thirty-minute drama was inspired by the real-life exploits of Thomas E Dewey, a racket-busting district attorney of the late 30s in New York. The show was directed and often written by Ed Byron, a former law student who devoted all of his time researching crime, which was the reason that the show was so topical.
|Show||# of Shows||Cost|
|Mr District Attorney||12||$7|
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