Chico and the Man (1974–1978)
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A New Girl in Town 

Ed Brown's garage has a new tenant in teenage runaway Monica, come to Hollywood to seek fame and fortune.

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Ed Brown
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Louie Wilson
Gabriel Melgar ...
Raul Garcia
Julie Hill ...
Monica
Tom Williams ...
Flashy Customer
Jay Gerber ...
Officer Harry
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Officer Lucius
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Ed Brown's garage has a new tenant in teenage runaway Monica, come to Hollywood to seek fame and fortune.

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2 June 1978 (USA)  »

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Julie Hill as Monica
8 July 2016 | by See all my reviews

"A New Girl in Town" introduced one last new character this season, both Della Reese and Charo now gone, and only six more episodes produced. Julie Hill plays aspiring starlet Monica, a teenage runaway from Detroit, offered a van to sleep in by Raul, seeking fame and fortune in the movies. She obviously displays talent, sharing soft shoe steps with Louie Wilson, but balks at the number of rules set down by an overprotective Ed, which was the main reason she left home in the first place. Believing that she brings trouble wherever she goes, Monica tries to leave on her own, but a false kidnapping report made by Raul puts poor Louie in handcuffs. The series was clearly floundering at this very late stage, though Julie Hill was cute and charming enough to brighten the garage for a spell.


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