Dragnet 1967: Season 3, Episode 12

Internal Affairs: DR-20 (12 Dec. 1968)

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Friday and Gannon work the Internal Affairs Division concerning an arrested man's accusation of police brutality by one of the officers. The main characters from Adam-12 appear as witnesses.

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Friday and Gannon work the Internal Affairs Division concerning an arrested man's accusation of police brutality by one of the officers. The main characters from Adam-12 appear as witnesses.

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Season three: yakitty yak
7 July 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In Dragnet's later incarnation, Season 3 is the dullest. Webb focused on P.R., training and community relations. While these color Dragnets were never known to be action-oriented, Season 3 became largely desk bound, possibly a reaction to the actor/producer's increasing demands developing his second hit, Adam-12. This episode is obviously meant to show that the Los Angeles Police Department is self-policing, the twist here being the officer is, in fact, guilty of the accusation. Plusses: there's the Adam-12 cross-over with the appearance of the often-seen Jim Reed (Kent McCord) and Pete Malloy (Martin Milner). You also get to see 29-year old Peter Duryea, the great Dan Duryea's son, in the thankless role of the accuser. Not as bad as some of the other 3's but no classic.


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