Three undercover detectives who once worked together are called back to team up again after several attempts are made on the life of their former commander. However, they soon discover that... See full summary »

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Three undercover detectives who once worked together are called back to team up again after several attempts are made on the life of their former commander. However, they soon discover that the attempts were a ruse to draw them out, and that they are the real targets of the would-be killer. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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18 May 1979 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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In this movie, Pete shows up with an identical Mercury woody wagon like the one used in the show (Mod Squad (1968)). There are flashbacks to the episode where the first one was wrecked. See more »

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Follows Mod Squad (1968) See more »

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30 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I re-watched this TV movie last night. It was the first time in almost 30 years, since I've seen it. What I found interesting in this version, is that Pete seems to be hinting to Linc, that he made "mistakes" in his relationship with Julie. Although he never says her name, he tells Linc, about how he has made "mistakes". This is something that I never noticed, when I first saw the movie. There is also scene when Pete and Linc are dropping Julie off and are watching her walk away from them. Pete makes a comment about how he wished had made different choices. In several scenes, Pete is watching Julie and you can see the expression in his face that he is having "wishful thinking".


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