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

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

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Christie Love
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Capt. Casey Reardon
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Helena Varga
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Enzo Cortino
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Normand
Lynne Holmes ...
Celia Jackson
Lee Paul ...
Max Loomis
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Spiliolis
Tracey Roberts ...
Gwen Fenley
William Hansen ...
Dr. Shepard
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Sgt. Seymour Greenberg
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Myron Jones
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Sgt. Stoner Martin
Debbie Dozier ...
Amy (as Deborah Dozier)
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Virginia (as Darleen Conley)
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A beautiful policewoman goes undercover to break up a drug ring.

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She's one bad mamma jamma!

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22 January 1974 (USA)  »

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"You're under arrest sugah!"
12 May 2002 | by (Florida) – See all my reviews

Blaxploitation flicks were very popular in the early 70's. "Get Christie Love!" was a watered-down TV movie version of this genre about a female detective. It was also turned into a short lived TV series ('74-'75). It's star, Teresa Graves was the first black actress to have a one hour television series. She was featured on "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In", appeared in some films, & was a member of the pop group The Doodletown Pipers. She also released a self-titled solo album in 1970 (songs included "Everybody's Talking'", "My Cherie Amour", "Hey Jude", & "A Time For Us" among others). In the TV movie, Christie is tracking down a drug dealer's ledger. She knocks out the bad guys with her large handbags & karate chops them unconscious. This cartoon aspect of the movie was later toned down in the TV show. I was about 14 when the series was on the air, & it was shown at the same time as the popular "Police Woman" with Angie Dickinson, which never made any sense to me. I liked both shows, so I alternated between them each week. This time slot may have added to it's downfall. (Purchase this on VHS, because the cheapo DVD's that are floating around out there, so far, are atrocious!)


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