Barney Miller (1974–1982)
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The Life and Times of Barney Miller 

When a drug addict holds the precinct hostage, Captain Barney Miller has to talk him out of it.
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Capt. Barney Miller
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Elizabeth Miller
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Uncle Charlie Ryan
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Sgt. Grimaldi
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Det. Phil Fish
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Ramon Santos
Anne Wyndham ...
Rachel Miller
Mike Moore ...
Stanley Mankowitz
Michael Tessier ...
Davey Miller
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Sgt. Kazinski
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Sgt. Wilson
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Harry the Bookie
Rudy Challenger ...
John
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When a drug addict holds the precinct hostage, Captain Barney Miller has to talk him out of it.

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22 August 1974 (USA)  »

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Out of all the cast members, only Hal Linden and Abe Vigoda would end up staying when the series was picked up. Rod Perry's character of Det. Wilson would make one appearance in the first season, and then disappear. See more »

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1 April 2005 | by See all my reviews

'Barney Miller' was one of the great "60's" generation shows (I call it a "60's" generation show since it was all "touchy-feelie" with emotional and social issues and stuff like that) that disappeared all too soon. It had more heart than actual fall down laugh out loud comedy, but the laughs were still present.

But the greatness of "Barney Miller" was not in it's comedy - it was in its characters. I remember them like they were my friends. Who can forget "Woj" (short for "Wojciehowicz") or "Fish"?? These are the kind of characters that stay with you because they are cut from fine cloth or chiseled stone.

My favorite was Steve Landsberg's "Arthur Dietrich" who I personally feel wasn't given enough lines or attention. He was definitely the funniest of the whole gang. (I miss seeing him around. I guess he's retired from show business... may God richly bless him, in Jesus' name, amen.)

But as for the rest of the cast it was a hit with all of them. From Barney (Hal Linden) to "Nick" (NICK! oh yeah Nick! he was great with his one liners...) wow - what a show! They should bring it back, or at least have a re-union! :)

-Zafoid

HOLY MACERAL!!! I just realized this - they did the ENTIRE show on ONE SET!!! ONE SET?!? that's insane! wow... what a show ...what a show.

-Z


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