Barney Miller (1974–1982)
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Vanished: Part 2 

Harris disappears while going undercover as a vagrant. Luger chooses to be demoted rather than to retire.

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Capt. Barney Miller
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Det. Stan 'Wojo' Wojciehowicz
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Det. Ron Harris
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Det. Sgt. Arthur Dietrich
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Officer Carl Levitt
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Laura Kiergo
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Ray Brewer
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Monty
Ralph Olivia ...
Bum
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Inspector Frank Luger
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Alfred Royce
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Harris disappears while going undercover as a vagrant. Luger chooses to be demoted rather than to retire.

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Comedy | Drama

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17 January 1980 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Although he is called Alfred during the episode, Leonard Frey's character is listed as Arthur Royce in the credits. See more »

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For He's a Jolly Good Fellow
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Whistled by James Gregory
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Harris returns with the bum's rush
23 June 2014 | by See all my reviews

"Vanished" concludes its 2-part storyline with the missing Harris, turning up with the other kidnapped vagrants at a North Carolina peanut farm, shanghaied into hard labor (David Fresco makes his second and last appearance as Monty, one of Ray's fellow bums). Ray (John Dullaghan, seventh of ten) sticks around at the 12th, answering calls and directing traffic when they all return. Elaine Giftos (second of two) returns as Laura Kiergo, no longer searching for the right man to father her child, thanking both Wojo and Dietrich for their kindness before bidding adieu...to Levitt! Inspector Luger finds himself reduced to a 'lousy stinking Captain,' working at the 12th under a 'former underling!' He and Levitt bring back a holdup man (Leonard Frey, second of two) who claims he needed the money to finance his presidential campaign! (his slogan is 'Arthur Royce, the people's candidate').


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