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Filmography by votes for
Det. Sgt. Chano Amenguale (Character)
from "Barney Miller" (1974)

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"Barney Miller: Ramon (#1.1)" (1975)
55
"Barney Miller: The Hero (#1.13)" (1975)
52
"Barney Miller: Escape Artist (#1.11)" (1975)
52
"Barney Miller: Experience (#1.2)" (1975)
51
"Barney Miller: Ms. Cop (#1.8)" (1975)
51
"Barney Miller: Stakeout (#1.6)" (1975)
51
"Barney Miller: The Courtesans (#1.5)" (1975)
48
"Barney Miller: Graft (#1.4)" (1975)
47
"Barney Miller: Hair (#1.12)" (1975)
45
"Barney Miller: Bureaucrat (#1.7)" (1975)
44
"Barney Miller: Vigilante (#1.9)" (1975)
43
"Barney Miller: The Guest (#1.10)" (1975)
43
"Barney Miller: Snow Job (#1.3)" (1975)
40
"Barney Miller: Fish (#2.12)" (1975)
38
"Barney Miller: Heat Wave (#2.5)" (1975)
36
"Barney Miller: The Mole (#2.22)" (1976)
36
"Barney Miller: Discovery (#2.8)" (1975)
36
"Barney Miller: Grand Hotel (#2.7)" (1975)
35
"Barney Miller: Fear of Flying (#2.17)" (1976)
35
"Barney Miller: Doomsday (#2.1)" (1975)
34
"Barney Miller: You Dirty Rat (#2.9)" (1975)
33
"Barney Miller: Ambush (#2.4)" (1975)
32
"Barney Miller: Massage Parlor (#2.19)" (1976)
32
"Barney Miller: Block Party (#2.18)" (1976)
32
"Barney Miller: Hot Dogs (#2.13)" (1975)
32
"Barney Miller: Rain (#2.11)" (1975)
31
"Barney Miller: The Sniper (#2.16)" (1976)
31
"Barney Miller: Horse Thief (#2.10)" (1975)
31
"Barney Miller: The Layoff (#2.3)" (1975)
31
"Barney Miller: The Social Worker (#2.2)" (1975)
30
"Barney Miller: The Psychiatrist (#2.20)" (1976)
30
"Barney Miller: Protection (#2.14)" (1975)
29
"Barney Miller: The Kid (#2.21)" (1976)
29
"Barney Miller: Happy New Year (#2.15)" (1976)
29
"Barney Miller: The Arsonist (#2.6)" (1975)