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Lt. Ray Calletano (Character)
from "Hill Street Blues" (1981)

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Hill Street Blues: :  -- Clip: The Infamous Chicken Chase
Hill Street Blues: :  -- Clip: Esterhaus Gives a Speech

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Biography:
A Colombian immigrant and Marine Corps veteran, Ray is the Hill's senior lieutenant... See more »
Alternate Names:
Capt. Ray Calletano / Captain Ray Calletano / Ray Calletano

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  1. "Hill Street Blues"
        - The Cookie Crumbles (1987) TV episode, Played by René Enríquez (as Ray Calletano)
        - Say Uncle (1986) TV episode, Played by René Enríquez (as Capt. Ray Calletano)
        - I Come on My Knees (1986) TV episode, Played by René Enríquez (as Capt. Ray Calletano)
        - Bald Ambition (1986) TV episode, Played by René Enríquez (as Capt. Ray Calletano)
        - Remembrance of Hits Past (1986) TV episode, Played by René Enríquez (as Captain Ray Calletano)
          (104 more)

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From "Hill Street Blues: Nutcracker Suite (#4.19)" (1984)
Lt. Ray Calletano: I have been left in charge and I am the boss.
Lt. Howard Hunter: Oh, no, no, no, Raimundo, I am the boss.
[smiles]
Lt. Ray Calletano: [annoyed] I am the boss, Howard.
Lt. Howard Hunter: Oh, I'm not arguing rank, compadre, it's inflection. You're stressing the wrong word. It's not 'I am the boss', it's 'I am the boss'.
[big smile]
Lt. Ray Calletano: You are a jerk!
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