Malloy and Reed contend with an ambush aimed at them, search for a missing boy, track down a car thief who is being crushed by his loot, and deal with a recent parolee who has sworn revenge on Malloy.

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Timothy Brown ...
Carl Owens
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Freddy Rivers
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Adeline
Walker Edmiston ...
Tex
Jack Griffin ...
Manager
Robert Patten ...
Sgt. Stone
Steve Mitchell ...
John Sims
Natalie Masters ...
Woman
Jeff Davis ...
Man
Chet Stratton ...
Coroner's Asst.
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Before Adam-12's shift, Malloy is confronted by Carl Owens, a former boxer who has just been released from prison after serving time for killing someone in a bar brawl. Malloy was one of the arresting officers. At the time of the conviction, Owens threatened revenge on Malloy whenever his release. This confrontation hangs over Adam-12 for the better part of their shift, Reed who seems more concerned for Malloy's safety. Their first call is an unknown residential noise issue, where the woman caller heard noise in her neighbor's garage for the better part of the night, which then stopped. When Malloy and Reed investigate inside the garage, they deal with two issues, the immediate one which ends up being more important as it is a matter of life or death. Next, as they patrol, they check out a liquor store with some seemingly unusual activity inside. Then on the way to their code 7, they get a flat. It's not needing to change the flat that bothers them, but rather having to deal with ... Written by Huggo

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7 March 1970 (USA)  »

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While driving by a liqueur store, you can see a car following close behind through the rear window. When they cut to a side view, the car is not there but when they return to the front view the car is back. See more »

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