A veteran street cop is teamed up with the police department's new crime-fighting effort--an android.

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John Haven
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Dr. Alice Alcott
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Officer Bill Bundy
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Robin Loren
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Jeff David ...
Jim Loren
Elizabeth Farley ...
Marge Loren
Linda Gillen ...
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Wayne Dutton
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Made for movie featuring the characters from the TV series, Future Cop, Joe Cleaver, a veteran cop and John Have, his partner who is a robot. Joe learns that the widow of his former partner who was about to nail a criminal till he was killed, might be able to testify against him. But she's been in hiding. They learn that she's pregnant at the time of her husband's death. Joe approaches her and asks her to testify but she refuses till an attempt is made on her life and her daughter. No doubt the criminal found out about her. She agrees to testify on the condition that they keep her daughter safe. So Joe and Haven are the ones who are assigned to protect her. But when the criminal tricks them into revealing where they are, they go on the run till the trial is over.. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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28 March 1978 (USA)  »

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Too Beard Like?
7 January 2002 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Few films have summarised the relationship between man and machine as acutely as Cops And Robin. Borgnine's turn as John Cleaver (he was originally to be called Ben Reid, but the name, bizarrely was ditched for being "too beard-like" by director John T Dugan) is an all time best. Yes, even better than his pug-faced turns in Marty, Airwolf and Baseketball. His android partner is perhaps even better. Overall, Cops And Robin is not only the film with the best title ever but one of TV's finest hours. I was in a 24-hour petrol ststion the other day and the man behind the glass agreed! so it's just me and man named Raj at the moment but the campaign to bring Cops and Robin back begins here!

8/10


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