Latest volume in a great DVD anthology collection of superb vintage dramatic television with four full B&W Private Eye TV Shows! Two and half hours of gripping entertainment out of the past! One episode each from a quartet of great detective fiction teleseries. CAIN’S HUNDRED; originally broadcast on Dec 12, 1961: “The Fixer” Nicholas Cain (Mark Richmond) a former gangland lawyer takes down 100 mobsters in his new job as a government agent. Sam Cortner, a corrupt sheriff (Pat Hingle) turns over an entire county to the syndicate as a base for its operations. With Cloris Leachman, Henry Silva, DeForest Kelley and Don Hanmer. Directed by Sydney Pollack. RICHARD DIAMOND; Originally broadcast on July 29, 1957: While on vacation private eye Richard Diamond (David Janssen) helps an attractive young woman (Judith Braun) who has inadvertantly taken a photo of a criminal (George N. Neise) who does not want to be seen in “Picture Of Fear.” MARKHAM; Originally broadcast on Aug 1, 1959: “We Are All Suspect” While out walking his dog at night, Jackson Shore is witness to a gangland murder. His wife (June Vincent) calls in Roy Markham;(Ray Milland) to investigate. Also in the cast are Whit Bissell, Joan O’brien, Barney Phillips, Bill Erwin and Simon Scott. PHILIP MARLOWE; originally broadcast on Mar 8, 1960: “Murder Is A Grave Affair” Aided by Lt. Manny Harris (William Schallert) Marlowe investigates Larry and Marian Gilbert (Gene Nelson & Betsy Jones-Moreland). With Connie Hines, Jack Weston and Maxine Cooper. Directed by Paul Stewart.TV Classic Detectives Volume 11 is an all-ages, regions-free collection in NTSC format, presented on a single DVD-R disc which should be playable on any standard DVD player.