Mallory returns to duty with a new car. He lets Reed drive it to work. They leave the car parked in the street when they chase a purse snatcher and catch him in a dumpster. On their return ... See full summary »

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Sarah Selby ...
Mrs. Evans
Russell Thorson ...
John Evans
Pepe Hern ...
Jesse Rodriguez
William Boyett ...
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Officer Grant (as Bill Elliott)
Jodean Lawrence ...
Elmira (as Jodean Russo)
Ron Henriquez ...
Geronimo
Arnold F. Turner ...
Officer Snyder (as Arnold Turner)
Alma Platt ...
Flora Martin
John Morgan Evans ...
Gary Bell
Don Ross ...
Investigator Martin
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Mallory returns to duty with a new car. He lets Reed drive it to work. They leave the car parked in the street when they chase a purse snatcher and catch him in a dumpster. On their return they find someone scraped the right front fender. At roll call they fill Mac in on what happened and he suggests his brother's body shop in Beverly Hills. Reed agrees to pay half but Malloy is worried about the cost. They receive a call from a woman whose drunk boyfriend is playing Indian and shooting arrows. They catch him at a newsstand in a fight. A store is held up and the owner suffers a heart attack in front of his wife as the officers question him. They try CPR but at the hospital he is pronounced dead. The last call is a robbery in progress at a pharmacy. The thief jumps through the window and is chased by the officers. A couple of shots are fired but the man gets away in the back of a pickup. A witness trails the pickup and alerts a motorcycle officer who notifies Malloy and Reed. They are ... Written by Anonymous

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5 February 1974 (USA)  »

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As Malloy and Reed leave Pete's new car to chase the purse snatcher. They have to wait for the gold and white Mustang (that was Pete's car in several episodes) to pass by before crossing the street. See more »

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As Reed backs Malloy's new car out of the driveway, the reflection of a large nine-element light tower is visible along the left front quarter panel of the car. See more »

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