Starsky and Hutch (1975–1979)
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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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Morgan Sterne ...
D.A. Mark Henderson (as Albert Morgenstern)
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Huggy Bear
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Captain Dobey
Gilbert Green ...
Frank Tallman
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Mrs. Gretchen Knebel (as Carole Ita White)
Don Billett ...
Steele
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Vinnie
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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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When Starsky jumps into the swimming pool after the hitman, his gun is in his right hand when we see him in his blue shirt. When we see him a second later with the sweater back on, his gun is now in his left hand. See more »

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Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: There's something you oughtta know about Starsky and me. We're not like most partners. Y'know, usually there's the one guy who's kinda folksy. Kind that wants the best for everybody. The Pat O'Brien kind of guy. And then there's the other guy, the rough 'em up, hardnosed kind of guy. Well, that doesn't work for Starsky and me. See, we're both hardnosed, Rollie. And we don't like it when people don't give us everything we want.
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References Blacula (1972) See more »

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The pilot to the greatest buddy show ever on television!
12 July 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Although, the pilot isn't quite what the show would evolve into, once it was a series, it does demonstrate the remarkable chemistry between the two stars, David Soul and Paul Michael Glaser, which is probably the most memorable legacy about the show itself. The two portrayed an incredible friendship on-screen, shared a unique friendship off-screen, one that remains to this day. The pilot shows the two young police officers, working together, trusting in only each other...the beginning of a portrayal of friendship that has yet to be matched or surpass onscreen.


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