Gritty crime drama set in San Francisco, featuring an older, veteran cop and his younger, less experienced partner.

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(teleplay), (novel)
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David J. Farr
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Capt. A.R. Malone
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Lindy
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Sally Caswell
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Joe Caswell
Lawrence Dobkin ...
Gregory Praxas
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Holly Jean Berry
Brad David ...
Del Berry
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Kenji
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Mrs. Saretti
Lou Frizzell ...
Lou
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Medical Examiner
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Gritty crime drama set in San Francisco, featuring an older, veteran cop and his younger, less experienced partner. Written by Afterburner <aburner@erols.com>

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Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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16 September 1972 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

When Stone opens the torn television guide sharp-eyed viewers will notice that his thumb rests on a capsule description of "Young Man with a Horn (1950)_, a film that starred Kirk Douglas, father of Streets of San Francisco's co-star Michael Douglas. See more »

Goofs

A radio dispatcher describes a suspect vehicle as a 1970 Dodge. It is actually a 1969 model. See more »

Connections

Follows The Streets of San Francisco (1972) See more »

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Put this show on DVD
25 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Streets of San Fransisco is an excellent show which needs to be put on DVD very soon. Including all seasons and the pilot episode. Also release other Quinn Martin shows on DVD. Some of the show include Cannon, Barnaby Jones,The FBI, and The Fugitive. Quinn Martin is the only producer to have a show on the air for over 20 years straight. Jerry Bruckheimer is the only person to match the amount of shows on the air at one time. Aaron Spelling is also another producer to have multiple shows on the air. Quinn Martin's shows are unique. They all follow a very specific format. Its a shame these shows are not available on DVD right now. Keep recommending to put Quinn Martin's shows on DVD. They are a Masterpiece.


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