I Spy

I Spy

I is a American tv secret-agent experience collection. It teamed Robert Culp Alexander Scott, as his trainer as tennis player Kelly Robinson with Bill Cosby and ran for three seasons on NBC. The characters' journeys as ostensible"tennis bums", Robinson playing talented tennis as a recreational with the wealthy at substitution for food and lodging, and Scott labeling along, provided that the cover story hiding their functions as top agents for the Pentagon. Their labour usually kept them busy chasing women, spies, and villains. The powers behind the series were Morton Fine and authors David Friedkin and cinematographer Fouad Said. They formed Three F Productions beneath the aegis of Desilu Studios at which the series was produced. Friedkin and fine were both co-producers and mind authors, and also wrote the scripts for 16 episodes, one which Friedkin guided. Friedkin also appeared in acting and appeared in 2 episodes. Actor-producer Sheldon Leonard, best known for playing gangster roles from the 1940s and'50s, was the executive producer. He seemed at a humorous cameo at a series as himself and played with a gangster-villain part in 2 episodes. Additionally, he guided an incident and functioned as occasional manager during the set.
Duration: 60 min
Production: 3F Productions