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Pilot: Part 1 

Fast talking conman EL Early Leroy "Tenspeed" Turner hooks up with straight arrow suburban professional Lionel Whitney (who just happens to have a black-belt in Karate and was an Olympic ... See full summary »

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Herman LaCross
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Ruth LaCross
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Crazy Tommy Tedesco
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Colonel Kurt Beuler
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Bunny LaCross
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Chip Vincent
A.C. Weary ...
Fred Platt
Luke Andreas ...
Little Mo
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Martha Gribb
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Dr. Erhart Brandt
Edwin Owens
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Dick Hemmet
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Fast talking conman EL Early Leroy "Tenspeed" Turner hooks up with straight arrow suburban professional Lionel Whitney (who just happens to have a black-belt in Karate and was an Olympic Games pistol shooting competitor) to form a mismatched buddy private detective team. Written by Evan Yates <yates@hn.pl.net>

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Crime | Drama

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27 January 1980 (USA)  »

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Good show
15 November 2005 | by (Winnipeg) – See all my reviews

I was in grade 4 at the time, but I remember a bit of this show. I used to laugh at it all the time. Kind of like the Rockford Files, with the Angel and Jim mix, but on every show. Show did not last long. I remember the one guy's car taken the abuse all the time. The other guy would con some poor person in thinking, ie Beverly Hills cops style that he was with some organization. Maybe, too ahead of its time. Would like to see it again to see if I grew out of it. Never on reruns. My Uncle and Dad loved the show. I guess it too short of a series to go on re-runs. ABC used to be a good network at one time. At least the low budget reality shows craze has left us. The budgets and quality will rise. Who wants to see someone order golf culbs by the phone. like on The Appentice.


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