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A Nero Wolfe Mystery was a television series adapted from Rex Stout's classic series of detective stories that aired for two seasons (2001–2002) on A&E network. Set in New York City in the early 1950s, the stylized period drama stared Maury Chaykin as Nero Wolfe and Timothy Hutton as Archie Goodwin. A distinguishing feature of the series was its use of a repertory or ensemble cast to play non-recurring roles.1

1 From Wikipedia
Timothy Hutton by Tom LewisBe sure to visit the many sections about the series, using the menus on the left. In addition, the Miscellaneous Media section (see menus on the left) has information regarding all known media presentations of Mr. Stout's work and his own appearances.

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2 A French forum of car buffs cataloguing Les Voitures de Nero Wolfe, with screens captures of the cars from “Wolfe Stays In” (the title for “Eeny” plus “Disguise,” which were linked as a single episode overseas.)
Nero Wolfe on the topic of television

Wolfe was in his office looking at television, which gives him a lot of pleasure. I have seen him turn it on as many as eight times in one evening, glare at it from one to three minutes, turn it off, and go back to his book.
The Golden Spiders (1953), p. 93.

The television was still on, and Fritz was sitting watching it, yawning.

Wolfe was leaning back with his eyes shut ...
The Doorbell Rang (1965), p. 73.
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