Baretta (1975–1978)
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The mob controls the neighborhood. As a new, young, collector makes his rounds, as he accidentally runs into an old lady, crossing the street. The old lady just happens to be special to the... See full summary »

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Det. Tony Baretta
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Billy Truman
Edward Grover ...
Lt. Hal Brubaker (as Ed Grover)
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Carmine Falco
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Rosa Canzone
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Maria Canzone (as Michelle Marsh)
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Stevie Palermo
Ric Mancini ...
Villa
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Rico Giove (as Michael Gazzo)
Joel Lombardo ...
Ducas
John Ward ...
Foley
Angelo Bertolini ...
Andretti
Chino 'Fats' Williams ...
Fats (as Chino Williams)
Frank Bongiorno ...
Lewin
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The mob controls the neighborhood. As a new, young, collector makes his rounds, as he accidentally runs into an old lady, crossing the street. The old lady just happens to be special to the local mob boss (who is posing as the head of the local Italian American Association). Baretta wants to use the accident as a way to get The young collector to give up the mob boss. The young collector resists Barletta but knowing he has a problem with Giove he goes to see Mr. Montovani (Ross Martin). Along with his sister (Katy Juardo) they own an Italian restaurant. He volunteers to act as a mediator, agreeing to speak with Giove (Michael Gazzo). Later, Rosa Montovani witnesses Giove's henchman Ducas murder the young collector. She is afraid to tell anyone, preferring to just keep silent. That is until her brother gets murdered by Ducas after he tried to speak with Giove about the young collector and Giove threatens Rosa with the health and safety of her own daughter. She realizes Glove is ruining...

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little italy | extortionist | See All (2) »

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9 February 1977 (USA)  »

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A total waste
24 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

Baretta gets worst and worst as the series resumes. I am getting seriously tired of this social worker cop. This episode is flat, boring, uninteresting at all, despite the presence of Kathy Jurado and Ross Martin. I work hard to watch it to the end. A sort of family business where I could hardly find anything about crime. I am in a hurry to finish the whole show. You will probably have noticed that I have commented them all, at least almost all of them. But don't worry, I go to the end of it. I won't do like 77 SUNSET STRIP show. This one is far shorter one, eighty five episodes instead of two hundred. You can live without it. No problem.


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