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They've Got You Covered

The private eye has always been a mainstay of American television,
ever since the very first private eye TV shows,
Man Against Crime and Martin Kane, Private Eye,
both made their debut in 1949.

And all along, coffee table perennial TV Guide, an American classic itself,
has been keeping an eye on the Shamus Game.

Don't believe me? Cast your eye on the covers below.
How many do you remember?

The Thin Man (Phyllis Kirk as Nora)

If I've missed a cover, or even better, if you've got a scan of one I've missed, don't be shy.


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