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Officer Bill Gannon (Character)
from "Dragnet 1967" (1967)
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- "The Simpsons"
- Mother Simpson (1995) TV episode, Played by Harry Morgan (as Bill Gannon)
- Dragnet (1987) Played by Harry Morgan (as Captain Bill Gannon)
- "Dragnet 1967"
... aka "Dragnet" - USA (syndication title)
... aka "Dragnet 1968" - USA (second season title)
... aka "Dragnet 1969" - USA (third season title)
... aka "Dragnet 1970" - USA (fourth season title)
- D.H.Q.: The Victims (1970) TV episode, Played by Harry Morgan
- Burglary: Baseball (1970) TV episode, Played by Harry Morgan
- Robbery: The Harassing Wife (1970) TV episode, Played by Harry Morgan
- I.A.D.: The Receipt (1970) TV episode, Played by Harry Morgan
- D.H.Q.: Night School (1970) TV episode, Played by Harry Morgan
- Dragnet 1966 (1969) (TV) Played by Harry Morgan
... aka "World Premiere: Dragnet" - USA (promotional title)
Off. Rick Myler: [Friday and Gannon are investigating a purse snatching. The patrol car unit shows up] . You guys detectives?
Officer Bill Gannon: That's right. D.H.Q, night watch.
Off. Rick Myler: I gotta get into that. These radio calls are driving me right out of my mind. Investigation, that's for me.
Sergeant Joe Friday: How long have you been on the job now?
Off. Rick Myler: Six months now. I've got this patrol thing well whipped. I'm ready to move into something else now, you know?
Officer Bill Gannon: Uh, huh. Six months. That means you just got out of the academy last month, right?
Off. Rick Myler: Yeah, that's right.
Sergeant Joe Friday: You know it takes a good investigator to do a decent job working a radio car.
Off. Rick Myler: Yeah, but it's all preliminary. I want to get into follow up. That's where you get the big capers.
Sergeant Joe Friday: That's a new one on me, son. Here all the time I was under the impression that patrol officers were always in on the big capers.
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