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Edward Woodward portrayed what former profession in the 1985 series, The Equalizer?
The series shot on location in what city?
Producers landed a promotional deal for the show with which car maker?
In what room did McCall hide his weapons cabinet?
Which of the following Oscar-winning actresses appeared on the show?
How did The Equalizer "advertise?"
The unnamed head of McCall's former employer was referred to as what?
Who reprised Edward Woodward's role in the 2014 theatrical remake of The Equalizer?
Edward Woodward was nominated for an Emmy five years in a row… even though the show only ran four seasons.
Producers made use of New York by casting Broadway stars in notable guest roles.
The Equalizer was the first American TV series to have a contract with Jaguar to promote its cars on air. The deal required McCall to drive the latest model every season.
Did you know that McCall's ballistic knife could fire its blade? Pretty handy when your gun has been confiscated.
Strangely enough, Melissa Leo also appeared in the 2014 theatrical.
Strangely enough, Melissa Leo also appeared in the 2014 theatrical remake.
The ad in the newspaper read: "Got a problem? Odds against you? Call the Equalizer. 212 555 4200."
"Control" was portrayed onscreen by actor Robert Lansing. Other former employees of the secret organization would aid McCall in his work.
Control was portrayed onscreen by actor Robert Lansing. Other former employees of the secret organization would aid McCall in his work.
Twenty-five years after the series ended, the character of Robert McCall was adapted for the big screen. Better late than never!
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