The two detectives investigating a double homicide, discover that the man and women who died were mistakenly murdered - it was the detectives themselves who were the intended targets.

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Morgan Sterne ...
D.A. Mark Henderson (as Albert Morgenstern)
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Cannell
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Richard Ward ...
Gilbert Green ...
Frank Tallman
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Mrs. Gretchen Knebel (as Carole Ita White)
Don Billett ...
Steele
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Karen Lamm ...
Patty
James Brodhead ...
Tourist (as James E. Brodhead)
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Lijah (as Doug Fowley)
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The two detectives investigating a double homicide, discover that the man and women who died were mistakenly murdered - it was the detectives themselves who were the intended targets.

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Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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30 April 1975 (USA)  »

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In the pilot Starsky carries a M1911A1 Colt .45 ACP pistol while Hutch carries a S&W Model 10 snubnose .38 revolver. In the regular series Starsky switched to a S&W model 59 9mm while Hutch normally employed a Colt .357 Python. Essentially they swapped brands. See more »

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Near the beginning of the film we see Starsky and Hutch about to get into their car in a very busy street, they themselves are virtually surrounded by onlookers, but as they get into the car and drive off the street is deserted. See more »

Quotes

Det. Dave Starsky: Okay, Rollie, who was supposed to kill me?
Fat Rolly: I don't know, Starsk. On my mother's life I don't know.
Det. Dave Starsky: You don't have a mother. You were found in a garbage can behind Weight Watchers.
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References Red River (1948) See more »

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70's & 80's are gone...Not if I can help it.
14 December 2000 | by (London England) – See all my reviews

This show rocked! Fast cars, people going over bonnets, paper blown down a side street. And the clothes. 70's ruled. TV now stinks of a smelly bin that was raided by a 90's producer who just finished film school. The characters cared, the camera was observing not interrupting, and the plot was simple, but effective. David Soul, Paul M.Glazer had style, grace, and a good sense of humour. As a film producer myself, I hope I can bring some of this old school back to the modern world. Enough said.


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