|John Milton Kennedy (as Mr. Crime Investigation)|
|Cy Kendall (Jonas Flint, private detective)|
Jerome Sheldon (Inspector Harrison)
H. Allen Smith (Mr. Crime Attorney)
Armchair Detective features members of the studio audience tried to solve two one-act whodunits.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
Studio contestants tried to solve mysteries acted out on stage. A criminal case was reenacted and stopped prior to the denouement. The first player to solve the case, based on clues in the script, received merchandise prizes. Evelle J. Younger, then a prosecutor for the city of Pasadena, gave the solution to the mystery.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
Produced by Mike Stokey, better known as the host and producer of Mike Stokey's Pantomime Quiz, this was the first Hollywood-originated television program to be seen via film transmission on CBS. The show was first seen on Los Angeles station KTLA prior to its network debut.