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77 Sunset Strip
with Efrem Zimbalist Jr., and Edd Byrne as Kookie
77 Sunset Strip
Watch the intro / a clip

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Posted by Robert Hutchison at 12:07 pm (PST) on Wed January 7, 2015   
That and Hawaiian Eye were among my favorites, especially when it featured Connie Stevens (I still carry the torch), SIGH!!
Posted by BARRYC at 7:42 am (PST) on Tue January 6, 2015   
RIGHT WITH YOU ON THAT.MY DAD AND ME NEVER MISSED  IT.WE BOTH
LOVED IT.AND YES,HE HAD A COOL GUN.
Posted by chrisbroz at 5:45 pm (PST) on Mon January 5, 2015   
Kookie, Kookie...Lend me your comb...A few years later, Efrem Zimbalist Jr became Inspectore Lewis Erskine of the FBI...one of my favorites as a kid...loved the S&W Mod 27 he carried
Posted by BARRYC at 5:12 pm (PST) on Mon January 5, 2015   
The networks were full of P.I. shows back then.77 was my favorite.
Posted by chrisbroz at 10:11 am (PDT) on Wed July 30, 2014   
Connie Stevens...Kookie, Kookie...Lend me your comb...77 Sunset Strip...77 Sunset Strip...The memories!!!
Posted by Alan at 6:34 am (PST) on Mon November 5, 2012   
"The street that wears a fancy label, that's glorified in song and fable."
Posted by a former member at 3:44 pm (PST) on Tue March 2, 2010   
great series and i still remember the tune 77 sunset strip
Posted by joemike at 4:10 pm (PST) on Tue January 19, 2010   
yes cookie great series 50"s
Posted by Duff at 5:30 am (PDT) on Sat September 26, 2009   
Edd Byrne's hipster-parking-valet character inspired a hit single, "Kookie, Kookie, Lend Me Your Comb". Remember that?

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