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Marker (TV series)

Marker (TV series)
Starring Richard Grieco
Gates McFadden
Andy Bumatail
Country of origin USA
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 13
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Production company(s) Paramount Television
Release
Original channel UPN
Original release January 17 – August 15, 1995

Marker is an American hour-long television drama that premiered on the UPN on January 17, 1995. It is set in and was filmed in Hawaii.

The series focuses on Richard DeMorra (played by Richard Grieco), a man given a strange inheritance from his late father: markers which were given in the past by his father to those who had helped him achieve his success. He receives these once per episode from one of those people, leading him on varied adventures as he tries to follow through on his father's legacy.

Other members of the cast include Gates McFadden, who plays his father's young widow, and Andy Bumatai as a helpful local character, Danny Kahala.

The show lasted for 13 episodes and was advertised with the tagline: "America's Coolest Hero".

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