Diamond Detective Agency. A pleasant smile, a cheerful rhyme, and we'll keep you from doing time. A quip, a carefree whistle, and a case closed - that's Dick Powell's Richard Diamond. Clients can be scarce, but he's not a bit worried. You see, he's "in partnership with a shill called human nature." And she's really quite reliable. Sooner or later someone will need his services for matters of protection or pay back, blackmail or bombs, modern art or murder.
Virginia Gregg, Ed Begley, Wilms Herbert, Frances Robinson, and Arthur Q. Bryan costar in 12 digitally restored and remastered episodes. Episodes include: "The Betty Moran Case", 05-29-49; "The Fred Sears Murder Case", 06-19-49; "The Martin White Case", 01-22-50; "The Louis Spence Case", 03-05-50; "The Joyce Wallace Case", 03-12-50; "The Blue Serge Suit", 02-09-51; "The Grey Man", 02-16-51; "The Carnival", 03-30-51; "The Hank Burton Case", 03-21-52; "The Rifle Case", 06-28-53; "The Chapel Hill Police Officer's Symposium Speech", 07-19-53; and "The Mona Lisa Murder", 07-26-53.