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Vintage Video: Follow That Man

Vintage Video: Follow That Man

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Vintage Video: Follow That Man is the premier iPhone and iPod Touch video collection of Follow That Man episodes!

Vintage Video is proud to present the original "Follow That Man" television series now available for your iPhone and iPod Touch! This collection contains favorite episodes of Follow That Man that aired from 1949-1956.

Man Against Crime (also known as Follow That Man), one of the first television programs about private eyes, ran on CBS, the DuMont Television Network and NBC from October 7, 1949 to August 26, 1956. The show was created by Lawrence Klee and was broadcast live until 1952. The series was one of the few television programs ever to have been simulcast on more than one network: the program aired on both NBC and DuMont during the 1953-1954 television season.

Man Against Crime starred Ralph Bellamy as Mike Barnett, a New York freelance private eye. In the 1951 season, Robert Preston co-starred as Mike Barnett's brother, Pat. In the summer of 1956, Frank Lovejoy took over the role of Mike Barnett until the series' end that same year.

Accompanied by a frantic theme song, the film noir-style introduction features an unknown man running down a deserted New York City street while being chased by a black car, all of which is viewed from above. As he knocks on Barnett's door, there is a spray of sub-machine gun fire, and the man is killed. Barnett opens the door, hears the click of the bolt on the gun, ducks and is missed by a second, shorter burst of slugs. Barnett then takes off after the killer while Follow That Man appears in bold letters and the title of the episode is shown on a file folder that is propped up against a telephone.

The show's first prime-time episode aired on CBS on 7 October 1949, and the final prime-time episode was broadcast, on NBC, on 26 August 1956.

Vintage Video: Follow That Man also allows you to chat right within the application - you can immediately share your thoughts and comments on a moderated discussion panel. Share your favorite moments with other classic noir fans!

Vintage Video: Follow That Man is part of the Vintage Video series of iPhone Applications. Vintage Video features classic television shows, government propaganda, and archival videos from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. If you like Vintage Video: The Green Hornet be sure to check out other apps in the series including Vintage Video: Bonanza, Vintage Video: The Lucy Show, Vintage Video: Love that Bob, and Vintage Video: The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet.

NOTE: This app requires a Wifi connection.

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== Vintage Video: Follow That Man Features ==
- Over 20 of the best Follow That Man episodes restored and formatted for your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch
- High quality videos streamed over wifi to you. No downloading or syncing required!
- Optional live user chat

== Videos Include ==
- Day Man
- The Third Rail
- The Iceman
- The Coconut's Eye
- Room 505
- The Doll Bandit
- The Polecat Shakedown
- The Wire Tappers
- Petite Larceny
- Death Takes a Partner
- Hot Fur
- Sic Transit Gloria
- A Family Affair
- The Hitch Heisters
- Black Leg and White Tie
- The Main Bout Is Murder
- The Cube Root of Evil
- Paradise Lost
- Fuller's Folly
- The Silken Touch
- Ferry Boat
- Killer Cat
- Get Out Of Town

Vintage Video: Follow That Man is brought to you by Interave Media, creators of the best of iPhone mobile video applications. Video application series include: Vintage Videos, ArtVideo, Cartoon Classics, ExpertVideo, Cute Clips, Video!, BeVideo, Faith Video, DanceVideo, FitVideo, LegalAid Video, Language Video, and Travel Video.

== Satisfaction Guaranteed! ==
If you are not 100% satisfied with this app then we will happily refund your purchase! Please contact Interave Media directly with your feedback.

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