HI FI ANSWERING SERVICE
(Richard Diamond, Private Detective)
c/o Sam, the telephone operator
New York City, NY (Manhattan)
Sam answers Richard Diamond's calls on the fourth ring. She calls him "Mr. D."
HICKOK, James Butler "Wild Bill"
(The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok)
Old West (in the 1870s)
"Wild Bill" Hickok is a frontier US Marshall. He maintain law and order in the
Old West with the help of his plump, raspy-voiced sidekick, Jingles. Wild Bill
rode a horse named Buckshot. Jingles’ horse is called Joker. Note: The real Wild
Bill Hickok was shot in the back by Jack McCall while playing cards in Deadwood
on August 2, 1876. The cards he held (aces & eights) have since become known as
"The Dead Man‘s Hand." See also - HUNTER, Teaspoon.
HIGGINS, Dorothy "Dot"
(It's a Living)
Los Angeles, CA
Dot is a waitress at the Above the Top restaurant.
HIGGINS, Ed & Eunice Harper
1358 Pleasant Vista Lane Place
Raytown, USA (Midwest)
HIGGINS, Jonathan Quayle
(Magnum, P. I.)
N6DBZ [Car Phone]
c/o Robin's Nest
11435 18th Avenue
Oahu, HA (North Shore)
Higgins is the British manservant at the estate of novelist Robin Masters. He
shares the property with Doberman guard dogs Apollo and Zeus [a.k.a. "The Lads"]
and Thomas Magnum, an ex-navy intelligence officer who provides security for the
grounds. Magnum suspects that Higgins is really Robin Masters, but Thomas could
never quite prove it.
HIGH CHAPARREL RANCH See - CANNON, Big John
HIGH MOUNTAIN RANGERS
(High Mountain Rangers)
( FROSTBITE [Base Radio Code]
c/o Jesse Hawkes
Lake Tahoe, NV
Based in the Sierra Nevada's, the High Mountain Rangers is a rescue organization
assisting those trapped or in trouble. Rangers on duty include Jesse's sons Matt
and Cody, T. J. Cousins, and Robin Corsairs.
(The Steve Harvey Show)
Steve is a teacher. He is single, black and teaches music at Booker T.
Washington High School in room #104. Earlier in his career Steve was a member of
the rhythm and blues group called The High tops.
The Highwayman is a futuristic lawman. He patrols the highways of futuristic
America working in secret and alone on behalf of the Justice Department for a
test program called the "Stealth Project." His mission: to right wrongs where
ordinary laws do not reach.
(Star Trek: The Next Generation)
Office # 312
San Francisco, CA [in the 1930s]
Dixon Hill is a private eye. He charges $20.00 a day plus expenses. The Dixon
Hill character is based on a series of detective pulp novels and short stories.
The first Dixon Hill story "The Big Goodbye" was published on Earth in 1934 in
Amazing Detectives Stories magazine. Note: On episode No. 13 "The Big Goodbye"
Captain Jean Luc Picard, the commander of the starship USS Enterprise-D became
fascinated with the Dixon Hill character and programmed a holodeck simulation of
the fictional detective stories so he could act out an adventure. Dressed in the
clothes of the period including a slant brim hat, the Captain entered the
holodeck to find Dixon Hill's office and his sexy secretary, Madeline.
HILL, Hank & wife, Peggy
(King of the Hill)
84 Rainey Street
Hank is a propane salesman. He likes to drink beer, play golf and admires singer
Willie Nelson. Peggy is a substitute Spanish teacher at Tom Landry Middle
School. They shares their home with son Bobby and his live-in niece-in-law Luann
Platter. Hank’s friends include divorcee military barber Bill Dauterive,
paranoid Dale Gribble (a Government conspiracy nut), the gibbering Boomhauer and
their Laotian neighbors, the Souphanousinphones. Hank is the recipient of the
"Blue Flame of Valor" Award.
HILL, John See - MELVILLE’S FINE SEAFOOD
HILL, Tommy "The Hawk"
Twin Peaks, Northwest, USA
Tommy "The Hawk" Hill is a longhaired Native American Indian police deputy
working in the Pacific Northwest community of Twin Peaks. Hawk, the son of a
Zuni Shaman, was very wise and had the heart of a poet. Tommy assisted Sheriff
Harry S. Truman and FBI agent Dale Cooper investigate the murder of Laura
Palmer, a local homecoming queen.
87 George Street
Walford E20, London (East End)
Irene lives with Terry Raymond. Her children are Tony & Sarah. Tony works as a
reporter at the Walford Gazette.
(The Great American Hero)
555-4365 or 0463
Los Angeles, CA
Ralph is a high school teacher. One day, he encountered an alien spacecraft
while on a desert field trip and was presented with a red costume with unique
superpowers. The suit, that looked like a pair of tight fitting red pajamas with
a black cape, bestowed fantastic powers [flight, incredible speed, telekinesis,
clairvoyance, invisibility, invulnerability from bullets and super strength] to
this blond, mild-mannered high school educator. Assisting our superhero in the
pursuit of the bad guys was Ralph's attorney girlfriend Pam Davidson who along
with FBI agent Bill Maxwell were the only other humans who knew the secret of
The Great American Hero. Bill called Ralph's suit "The Jammies." Note: At the
end of the series, Ralph's identity was inadvertently revealed and the Aliens
advised Ralph to find another earthling to wear the suit. It was given to Holly
Hathaway, who would become The Great American Heroine.
HINKLEY, Roy Dr.
Somewhere in the South Pacific
[300 miles southeast of Hawaii]
Roy, a.k.a. "The Professor," is a high school science teacher. Born in
Cleveland, Ohio, he is a level-headed, a bookworm and in control of his
emotions. In September 1964, Roy was shipwrecked on an uncharted desert after
his three hour sightseeing tour on the S.S. Minnow got marooned on a tropic
island. In October 1978, the professor and fellow castaways got off their
island. Unfortunately, on the maiden voyage of the SS Minnow II, a storm
shipwrecked the professor and all the original castaways back on the same island