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Sonny Spoon Title card Format Crime drama Created by Stephen J. Cannell Starring Mario Van Peebles Melvin Van Peebles Jordana Capra Country of origin United States Production Running time 48 minutes Sonny Spoon was a detective program aired in the United States on the NBC television network in 1988. The series was created by Michael Daly, Dinah Prince, Stephen J. Cannell and Randall Wallace and produced by Stephen J. Cannell Productions (the fall 1988 episodes were in association with NBC Productions). Contents 1 Overview 2 Cast 3 Production 4 References 5 External links Overview Sonny Spoon starred Mario Van Peebles as Sonny, a hip, black private investigator who used his street smarts and "cool" persona to solve crimes. He often assisted, and was assisted by, Carolyn Gilder (Terry Donahoe), an attractive assistant district attorney. Additionally, Sonny was a master of disguises, and might spend part of any given episode dressed as a clergyman, an Arab tourist, or an old lady. He used his many connections on the streets and relationships with friends and informants (who were apparently attracted to him mostly by his vibrant personality, as he had little cash to share with them) to further his ends, and also the insights of his father, Mel, a bar owner (played by Melvin Van Peebles, Mario's real-life father). Cast Mario Van Peebles as Sonny Spoon Melvin Van Peebles as Mel Spoon Jordana Capra as Monique Bob Wieland as Johnny Skates Larry Friel as Det. Bartlett Production Sonny Spoon began its run as a mid-season replacement in February 1988, and was picked up for the fall lineup, but did not sustain its early momentum and was canceled in December 1988. References Brooks, Tim and Marsh, Earle, The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows External links Sonny Spoon at the Internet Movie Database v · d · eTelevision series produced or created by Stephen J. Cannell 21 Jump Street · The A-Team · Baa Baa Black Sheep · Baretta · Booker · Broken Badges · Chase · Cobra · The Commish · The D.A. · The Duke · The Greatest American Hero · Hardcastle and McCormick · The Hat Squad · Hawkeye · Hunter · J.J. Starbuck · The Last Precinct · The 100 Lives of Black Jack Savage · Missing Persons · Palace Guard · Profit · The Quest · Renegade · Richie Brockelman, Private Eye · Riptide · The Rockford Files · The Rousters · Silk Stalkings · Sonny Spoon · Stingray · Stone · Street Justice · Tenspeed and Brown Shoe · Toma · Top of the Hill · Unsub · Wiseguy This article relating to a drama television series in the United States is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e