Get Christie Love! (1974–1975)
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Get Christie Love! 

A beautiful policewoman goes undercover to break up a drug ring.



(teleplay), (based on a novel by)

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Capt. Casey Reardon
Helena Varga
Enzo Cortino
Lynne Holmes ...
Celia Jackson
Lee Paul ...
Max Loomis
Tracey Roberts ...
Gwen Fenley
William Hansen ...
Dr. Shepard
Sgt. Seymour Greenberg
Myron Jones
Bill Henderson ...
Sgt. Stoner Martin
Debbie Dozier ...
Amy (as Deborah Dozier)
Virginia (as Darleen Conley)


A beautiful policewoman goes undercover to break up a drug ring.

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She's one bad mamma jamma!


Drama | Crime





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22 January 1974 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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An indelible character
8 February 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Taking an honored place among the black exploitation characters of the Seventies is Teresa Graves and the indelible character she created in Get Christie Love. When she walked away from the series and later from show business all together she certainly was never forgotten.

I do remember her as a regular on Rowan&Martin back in the day and she was a talented woman with the ability to take herself not too seriously. Until she decided to become a Jehovah Witness. That was taking in to the max.

Christie Love is a LAPD policewoman who's real handy both with weapon and with fighting skills. When we first meet her she's taking down a serial rapist all by herself because her backup didn't get there on time to be of assistance. But her supervisor has bigger plans for her.

Harry Guardino playing the supervisor wants Graves to go undercover to find a ledger that drug kingpin Paul Stevens is supposed to have. Since the days of Al Capone those things are kept under the tightest of hoodlum security. Stevens certainly has one tightly secured operation. In these days before computers nothing is down on paper. All that they can learn for a while is that Louise Sorel has something to do with the books.

Teresa Graves was not alone or unique in putting religion first. Dolores Hart left movies to become a nun in the 60s. Later on Kirk Cameron made the same kind of demands on the producers of Growing Pains when he got into fundamentalist Christianity. Only Kirk came back using his celebrity for evangelism. Both Graves and Hart took a more private and more respectful approach to religion.

This was a television pilot, nothing spectacular or great about it except for Teresa Graves. She was unforgettable, RIP Teresa Graves.

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