Airwolf (1984–1986)
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When String and Dom agree to shoot some incidental film footage for a friendly rival, they accidentally stumble across a reputed mobster hiding out in the desert with plans for a secret ... See full summary »

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Michael Coldsmith Briggs III (credit only)
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Caitlin O'Shannessy
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Sgt. Anne Brannen
Len Birman ...
Kenneth Langhom
Lou Felder ...
Dent
Eve McVeagh ...
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Danny Dayton ...
Sam the Counterman
James Ingersoll ...
Sam Kowal
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Leon
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Kari Lloyd ...
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Tim Cutt ...
Officer Charlie Winwood (as Timothy J. Cutt)
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When String and Dom agree to shoot some incidental film footage for a friendly rival, they accidentally stumble across a reputed mobster hiding out in the desert with plans for a secret rendezvous with his compatriots. The mobster sends his goons out to recover the film, but when their friend ends up being killed over the footage they shot, String and Dom work even harder to try to find out what's behind their friend's murder, even though a local detective isn't convinced about their findings. Written by R. Bernard Ment

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8 December 1984 (USA)  »

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First appearance of Anne Lockhart. Ms. Lockhart would later appear in Season 3 of the original series playing a former girlfriend of Hawke in Airwolf: Day of Jeopardy (1986). She also appeared on the rebooted series in Airwolf: A Town for Hire (1987) as a different character. See more »

Goofs

When Hawke and Sgt. Anne Brannen make there escape from the mob hitmen and Hawke is explaining how he figured out Brannen was leaking information, his sunglasses are on. The scene changes to Hawke saying, "I just didn't want to believe it," and his sunglasses are off. When the scene changes and then goes back to Hawke, his sunglasses are back on. See more »

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