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Lewis Erskine

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Inspector Lewis Erskine is the top investigator for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Based in Washington, he sent all over the U.S. by Assistant Director Arthur Ward.

Erskine was the lead character in "The FBI," a co-production of QM Proudctions and Warner Bros. The show had no creator credit. The first episode (The Monster) was written by Norman Jolley and established much of Erskine's chracter. Jolley was associate producer for the first two seasons and into the third of the program. Another early episode (Slow March Up a Steep Hill), written by Charles Larson (producer for the first four seasons of the show) also developed the Erskine character.

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Inspector Lewis Erskine is the top investigator for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Based in Washington, he sent all over the U.S. by Assistant Director Arthur Ward.

Erskine was the lead character in "The FBI," a co-production of QM Proudctions and Warner Bros. The show had no creator credit. The first episode (The Monster) was written by Norman Jolley and established much of Erskine's chracter. Jolley was associate producer for the first two seasons and into the third of the program. Another early episode (Slow March Up a Steep Hill), written by Charles Larson (producer for the first four seasons of the show) also developed the Erskine character.

Erskine has a law degree and is licensed to practice law. Rather than pursue a lucrative career as a lawyer, he instead worked at the bureau. He is also a veteran of the Korean War.

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