Peter Gunn is an American private eye television series. Filmed in a film noir atmosphere and featuring Henry Mancini music that could tell you the action with your eyes closed, Peter Gunn worked in style. Known as Pete to his friends and simply as Gunn to his enemies, he did his job in a calm cool way.
Gunn gets a frantic phone call from Norman Hartley and rushes to Hartley's home - only to find him dead.
The candidate for Governor, Adrian Grimmett, runs on a no-taxes platform. Who could possibly want to assassinate him?
On Halloween Arthur Merrill answers the door prepared to treat the youngsters - but one of them shoots him.
Eddie Carson, a small time thug, is sure he's going to be bumped off. He tries to get Gunn to help him but the sleuth is unmoved until it's too late.
Wealthy Sportsman Harley Bernard would like to know who murdered his stable manager. At first Gunn suspects Frank Rousseau, a gangster who once tried to get Wally to fix a race. The next suspect is a seven-foot giant who tries to strangle Gunn. After being rescued by Lt. Jacoby, Gunn visits TV exercise personality Jack LaLanne who identifies the tall man as the ""Great Gorza.""
The Rico brothers' testimony was responsible for Matt Poliska's deportation, and when Dave Rico is shot, his dying word is Poliska. But Poliska's not supposted to be in the country.
Gunn is hired by the manager of teen idol Bobby Jeeter to payoff a blackmailer and find out who is doing the blackmailing.
Detective Eddie Sellers comes clost to solving a two-million dollar robbery and pays with his life. His brother Cal, also a detective, is afraid he's next.
A young boy tells Gunn that he saw his father beaten up during the night. But when Gunn calls the police, Sepi disappears.
A royal visitor, King Felix, is visiting the city and it's Jacoby's job to escort him through the city jail.
Ed Stone is released from prison, met by a friend who gives him a gun and makes a call to Peter Gunn.
Jacoby tells Gunn that he's going on vacation to some nice quiet place. Gunn tells Jacoby he's got just the place.
A janitor and his wife see Police Sergeant Lee Davis enter their building and minutes later they hear two shots. They rush to the scene to find Sergeant Davis holding a gun over the body of a dead derelict.
Kevin Daniels asks Gunn to prevent the murder of his mother.
It's ""trick or treat"" night, and Arthur Merrill answers the door to a big surprise.
Susan Neilson swims out to the deep end of her pool and drowns. Her swimming instructor, Phil Matterson, left her alone, poured himself a drink and ignored her cries for help.
While ex-heavyweight champ Billy Cochrane is training for a comeback, an attempt is made on his life.
The gun used in a murder of a gangster is found in the possesion of a teenager.
Ballet dancer Nico Belurin escapes from a home for the mentally ill.
Edward Candell is scheduled to die for the murder of his wife Leona. Tommy McDonald is surprised to hear the verdict - he just saw Leona.
Clinton Hobart, former movie great, is trying to make a comeback. But hard-driving young producer Les Murdock isn't making matters any easier for the old fellow.
Gunman Frank Dineen never objected to killing people for money. This time, however he's going to do a job for himself.
Gambling man Paul Mitchell and the son of an American diplomat in Acapulco, is show and wounded while leaving his home.
Lisa Randolph's well-groomed appearance belies the turmoil of her emotions - as Gunn discovers when he is asked to prevent her from committing suicide.
Golf instructor Gil Manson is accused by the police of being a hit and run driver. Manson insists he was giving a golf lesson at the time of the accident, but his pupil has mysteriously disappeared.
Abel Gunther a small-time Haitian sugar-cane grower, blames the death of his wife on the spirit world. He has a more praticial explanation for another of his worries - his cane fields have been leveled by fire.
A man named Paul Condon calls the police and tells them where a cache of stolen jewels can be found. But before any more information can be passed on - Condon is shot down.
Cesar Carlyle, a very rich man, hires Gunn to find certain documents which, if made public, could ruin him. Seems the papers were stolen and the theif wants a good deal of money for their return.