Malloy and Reed have a monotonous day interrupted by two rambunctious female felonious joyriders, an exceptionally bright young boy with a photographic memory named Harold that clues them ... See full summary »

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Sgt. Sam Poster
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Marnie Prout
Erin O'Brien-Moore ...
Brenda Marshall
Lee J. Lambert ...
Yoder
Ellen Tucker ...
Marian
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Walter Marshall
Kenneth O'Brien ...
Tottle
Tom Stebing ...
Bernard
Patricia Winters ...
Lorean Harper
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Harold Ruskin (as Stephen Hudis)
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Malloy and Reed have a monotonous day interrupted by two rambunctious female felonious joyriders, an exceptionally bright young boy with a photographic memory named Harold that clues them into a home burglary ring disguised as movers, respond to two paint-sniffing country bumpkins shooting rifles at a suspended box of dynamite, and check out a beauty school client who lodges a potentially explosive complaint. While at the station, Malloy and Reed decide to check in on Harold to discover he doesn't see the burglar's mugshot in the books. When they give Harold a ride home, Harold spots the burglar. Malloy and Reed make a successful, albeit bullet riddled, arrest and solve the crime while proving Harold's brilliance to the police department's doubting detectives. Written by OceanChick

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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10 October 1970 (USA)  »

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Harold tells Reed and Malloy that a home may have been burglarized. After a preliminary check of the outside of the house, the three are standing in the front yard when the owners drive up. When the owner gets out and approaches them, Malloy steps forward and addresses him with "Mr Marshall?". No explanation is given how Malloy could have known what the owners name were. Harold didn't tell them when they arrived. See more »

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