Adam-12 (1968–1975)
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Log 69: Cigarettes, Cars, and Wild, Wild Women 

Reed and Malloy work to break up an auto theft ring, where pretty mini-skirted women bait young motorists into giving them a ride, steal their cars and take them to a local chop-shop for disassembly (to sell the parts on the black market).

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Officer Pete Malloy
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Officer Jim Reed
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Cpl. Wayne Miller
Cynthia Hull ...
Sally
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Clara Fisher
William Boyett ...
Sgt. MacDonald
John Morgan Evans ...
Joey-Boy Fisher
Robert Heinz ...
Arthur Becker
Helen Spring ...
Prudence Armstrong
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Conrad Short
Bee Tompkins ...
Ginny Johnson
Kirk Nyby ...
Mel Haskell
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Tom Horton
Frank J. Scannell ...
Bert White
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Malloy and Reed investigate a series of car thefts involving flustered, embarrassed male victims and scantily clad teenage girls working a strip joint for muscle cars. In between they stop an elderly woman with delusions of youth for running a red light, rescue a motorcycle thief from the feisty female owner, respond to a shut-in woman who believes she could be hallucinating only to find her nephew involved with hallucinogenics, and stop two men wheeling a large combination safe down the street. Written by OceanChick

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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17 October 1970 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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