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Harry Dean Stanton
Sgt. Jack Ramsey was an undercover detective with the Los Angeles Police Department who found himself teamed with an extremely sexy but very green partner named J.Z. Kane. Together they formed a friendship and trust--completely platonically--that led to them capturing many of L.A.'s criminals. Lt. Kipling was their boss. "Dog and cat" is a slang term used by police officers to denote a male-female partnership. Written by
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I remember watching this on UK TV in 77 and thought it was great. When I mention it to friends now they just say they have never heard of it and tend to think I am making the whole thing up. I notice that this series is NOT mentioned in Kim Basinger's bio on IMDb? I wonder why as this series, in my opinion, was not that bad. It was apparently not that well received but still, at least, it got aired! I liked that she had a knackered old VW Beetle car that had a Porche engine and whizzed around the town like a banshee. And she was driving in very high heels if memory serves me. It was like 'Police Woman' with Angie Dickenson, but with a slightly sexy edge. Ah well, maybe Kim B. will see this in a better light in a few years time? Worth a look in my opinion.
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