At the beginning of the episode, Baretta's daddy dies on a hospital bed. But before he passes away, he confesses his cop son that he had bad acquaintances, people whom he was involved with and who somewhere killed him. And our lead suddenly stops here to be a social worker cop to at last become a real hunter. I highly loved the Mel Ferrer's presence as a high level bad guy and also the Betty Hutton character, unfortunately too small. Poor Betty Hutton who was not so lucky in her career. I would have never guessed to find her in such a seventies series. This seems to be her last performance on a camera, big screen or TV. A good episode, far better than the third season previous ones, where Blake was unbearable as the ever social worker cop. And such kind of non sense characters must, one day or another, have an end, for God's sake.
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