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Mike Stone's back and his old partner, Steve Keller, is missing. So Mike heads up an investigation. At the same time, he is investigating another brutal murder. And he is trying to decide ... See full summary »

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Sarah Burns
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David O'Connor
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Charlie Walker
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Jeannie Stone
Paul Benjamin ...
Henry Brown
Robert Parnell ...
Sam Hendrix
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Judge Julius Burns
Nick Scoggin ...
Carl Murchinson
Ed Vasgersian ...
Sergeant Pasarella
Lorri Holt ...
Anne Keller
Rod Gnapp ...
Razor
Keith Pruitt ...
Jacob Stubbs (as Keith Douglas)
Amy Resnick ...
Diana West
Richard Dupell ...
J.T. the Clown
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Mike Stone's back and his old partner, Steve Keller, is missing. So Mike heads up an investigation. At the same time, he is investigating another brutal murder. And he is trying to decide which of two inspectors shall he recommend for the position of Lieutenant; a woman who has a "Dirty Harry" tendency or a man who reminds him of Steve Keller. Written by <rcs0411@yahoo.com>

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27 January 1992 (USA)  »

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Le strade di San Francisco - Mike Stone ritorna  »

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While it's uncertain whether it was a cameo or not, Michael Douglas was asked to reprise his Steve Keller role from the TV series in this film. Douglas declined due to his rather busy work schedule at the time, shooting "Shining Through" and "Basic Instinct" back to back. See more »

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Follows The Streets of San Francisco: Pilot (1972) See more »

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Surprisingly enjoyable and authentic!
14 October 2000 | by (Liverpool, England) – See all my reviews

When I saw this crop up in my TV listings it fell onto my 'must see' list as I became an avid fan of the original show on cable reruns.

To be honest, this had all the ingredients of a truly dreadful film. Made for TV, based on a twenty year old theme, bringing back one aging star to reprise his role and trying to explain away the absence of the other who wouldn't lower himself after achieving massive Hollywood success.

This is probably why I was amazed to find it an engaging and truly enjoyable film that captured the spirit of the old series really well. The absence of Douglas was explained with some plausibility and Malden's performance really showed the pedigree and experience of this much underestimated actor.

It's a good film that's worth watching if it should appear on your schedules, and if you were a fan of the old series I think it's worth positively seeking out. My closing opinion, I think that when Douglas saw the finished film (and I'm sure he did) then he probably would have wished that he had put at least a cameo appearance in.


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