|Three for the Road|
|Created by||Jerry McNeely|
|Directed by|| Bernard McEveety |
|Starring|| Alex Rocco |
Vincent Van Patten
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||12|
|Executive producer(s)||Jerry McNeely|
|Producer(s)||John G. Stephens|
|Running time||48 mins.|
|Production company(s)||MTM Enterprises|
|Original release||September 14 –|
November 30, 1975
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