Malloy is teased when he buys a modern painting at a roadside gallery to end a dispute. Later, the pair capture an escaping robber at the LA Coleseum who returns there to relive his life's greatest moment as a young football player.

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Fred Holliday ...
Ernest Fields
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Edna Digby
Peter Brocco ...
Andre Pochek
Gloria Manon ...
Joan Renfro
Dick Bass ...
Ike Jones ...
Peter Giles
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Doris Sutton
Herb Vigran ...
Sam Conrad
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ...
Antonio Sanchez (as Rodolfo Hoyos)
Ray Ballard ...
Ralph Johnson
Fred Stromsoe ...
Dale Johnson ...
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As patrol begins they take a call about a disturbance in a park. An artist is being accosted by an elderly woman who believes one of his paintings is indecent. She eventually leaves but Malloy decides to buy the painting when they determine he needs a new permit to sell in the park and is short on money. While patrolling they notice a fight in front of a store. A man is trying to retrieve an expensive coin his soon put into a nickel toy dispenser and the store owner thought he was trying to steal the money in it. A woman reports a person using a telescope in the neighborhood to look at homes. The men determine the person is a woman herself reading meters to avoid dogs, etc and she is a very liberated woman. A call about a disturbance reveals a man trying to widen the door to a house to repossess furniture he sold on a payment plan but he himself is despised by the neighborhood. A call about an unsuccessful robbery at a bar reveals an ex-football player drinking and pulling holdups. A ... Written by Anonymous

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19 December 1973 (USA)  »

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