A widower LAPD detective comes to Nashville and teams up with his old partner to stop rising gang problems headed by a dangerous man.

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Lieutenant Mike Delaney
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Captain Brian O'Neal
John Terlesky ...
Stick
Red Montgomery
Ed Beechner
Stan Foster
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Harry Rodica
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Sara Murtry
James Short ...
Gino
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Ben Hurley
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Bubba Danvers
Debra Rogers ...
Anne Beauchamp
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LAPD lieutenant Mike Delaney, still hurting after the lost of his wife, tracks a dangerous gang leader to Nashville. There he teams up with his old partner, Brian O'Neal, and the Nashville PD to stop a growing gang problem and catch its instigator. Written by Jennifer

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21 October 1989 (USA)  »

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Der Hai aus L.A.  »

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Kent Mccord and Martin Milner make a great reunion movie along with the great John Terlesky
6 March 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have been wanting to see this movie for years because I am such a fan of Kent Mccord and Martin Milner from Adam-12. I also found out John Terlesky got third billing and he plays a major part in the film. It was a really good TV movie about cops in Nashville. John Terlesky plays the cop that goes undercover during a drug bust. There is a real nice scene near the end where a jukebox is playing "Poor Little Fool" by Rick Nelson. Kent Mccord was close friends with Rick since the Ozzie & Harriet days. I am sure that was his way of playing tribute to his friend. I really enjoyed that part and I enjoyed the whole film. I would highly recommend this film to any fan of the above actors.


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