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Ritorna il tenente Sheridan
GenreDetective fiction
Country of originItaly
Original languageItalian
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes6
Running time60 min.
Original release
NetworkProgramma Nazionale
ReleaseOctober 20 (1963-10-20) –
December 1, 1963 (1963-12-01)

Ritorna il tenente Sheridan is an Italian television series in six episodes of the detective genre, produced in 1963 by RAI and centered around the figure of Lieutenant Sheridan, played by the actor Ubaldo Lay.[1] It was created by screenwriters Mario Casacci, Alberto Ciambricco and Giuseppe Aldo Rossi,[2] and directed by Mario Landi.[3]


  1. ^ Lancia, Enrico (2003). Dizionario del cinema italiano : testi e strumenti per la scuola e l'università. Gli artisti : Vol. 3, Gli attori dal 1930 ai giorni nostri : T. 1. A - L (in Italian). Gremese Editore. ISBN 9788884402134.
  2. ^ Comazzi, Alessandra (1999). Schermi: le immagini del cinema, della televisione e del computer (in Italian). UTET libreria.
  3. ^ Gerosa, Mario (2017-01-30). Anton Giulio Majano. Il regista dei due mondi (in Italian). Edizioni Falsopiano. ISBN 9788893040679.