Vegas (TV Show)| Design For Death (1979)

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Vegas starring Robert Urich

Guest Stars: Barbi Benton, Gary Crosby,

Let’s go back to 1979 for this episode of ‘Vegas’

This is the FIRST “Vegas”, not to be confused with the James Caan/Tom Selleck ‘Las Vegas’ from the early 2000’s.

ABOUT THIS EPISODE
Dan’s hired by a designer who’s at the hotel to unveil her new line. It seems some of her models are being terrorized and one of them is Dan’s ex. While investigating, the men who are terrorizing them are putting their plan in motion. One of the men who fears that Dan’s ex who saw him commit one of their acts against them might identify him kills her which makes things more personal for Dan.

ABOUT THE SHOW
Produced by Aaron Spelling, the show lasted three seasons on ABC for a total of 69 episodes (1978 – 1981)

The show starred Robert Urich as private detective Dan Tanna, who drove to his assignments around the streets of Las Vegas in a red 1957 Ford Thunderbird convertible.

Working for a wide variety of Las Vegas clients, the detective work included locating missing persons, helping solve crimes, solving casino scams, and making Las Vegas a safer place for residents and tourists alike.

Guest Stars on the show included:
Red Buttons
Kim Cattrall
Christopher George
Lorne Greene
Melanie Griffith
Lisa Hartman
Ruta Lee
Heather Menzies
Wayne Newton
Leslie Nielsen
Robert Reed
Kyle Richards
Pernell Roberts
Tanya Roberts
Cesar Romero
Isabel Sanford
Dick Sargent
Tori Spelling
George Takei
Joe E. Tata
Vic Tayback
Lauren Tewes
Bobby Van
Dawn Wells
Jill Whelan
Jason Wingreen
Shelley Winters


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