A guilt-ridden police officer (Gail), who blames himself for his partner's violent death, is teamed with a young partner (McNeil) who seems invisible to everyone else.

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Duncan Moore
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Patty O'Neil
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DeSoto
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Captain Redmond
Eddie Zammit ...
Maurici
Michael Villella ...
Dr. Levin
Frank Doubleday ...
Beckloff
Tad Horino ...
Market Owner
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Lieutenant
Mark Erickson ...
Atwood
Charlie Hawke ...
Herrington
Lynn Kuratomi ...
TV Reporter #1
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TV Reporter #2
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TV Reporter #3 (as Robert Benedict)
Robert Lewis Cameron ...
Cop #1 (as Robert Louis Cameron)
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A guilt-ridden police officer (Gail), who blames himself for his partner's violent death, is teamed with a young partner (McNeil) who seems invisible to everyone else. Written by Anonymous

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19 January 1987 (USA)  »

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I could predict what would happen, but I still liked it very much.
24 June 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

One of the reasons I enjoyed seeing this episode of "Amazing Stories" is that it stars Max Gail as a cop--a REALISTIC cop, not the sort of guy he played on "Barney Miller". Gail did a nice job and the story was a nice tribute to hard working cops.

When the show begins, Officer Moore and his partner are on a call. The don't realize just how dangerous this will be and soon the partner is killed by a maniac. As a result, Moore blames himself and is not fit for duty. However, his boss lets him go out on traffic patrol anyway...and Moore is surprised to see he has a partner, a nice lady cop who ends up helping him through this crisis.

I knew the twist--and I assume many viewers will know the twist that occurs at the end. However, it's handled so well and is such a good episode that I didn't seem to mind. Well worth your time.


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