|Directed by Lee H. Katzin|
Story by L.A. Morse
|Written by Andrew J. Fenady|
Music by Jimmie Haskell
|Produced by John Vinnedge
Starring Robert Mitchum Ernest Borgnine
Jake Spanner, Private Eye is a 1989 American television crime film written and directed by Lee H. Katzin and starring Robert Mitchum and Ernest Borgnine.
Chicago Sun-Times' critic Daniel Ruth referred to the film as "far from a perfect movie", "marred by modest production" and with a fairly predictable plot, but praised the performance of Mitchum, writing he delivered " a marvelous performance", appearing "rejuvenated, sprightly and animated in a comfortable role".