Dragnet 1967 (1967–1970)
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Internal Affairs: DR-20 

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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Officer Bill Gannon
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Officer Pete Malloy
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Officer Jim Reed
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Ed Hillier
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John Meadows
Jack Sheldon ...
Ted Nichols
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Lt. Moore
Anne Whitfield ...
Irene Hillier
Hal England ...
Harry Burns
Penny Gaston ...
Patsy Cronin
Tracy Vance ...
Mary Kay Morton
Linda Weeks ...
Alice Jenkins
Clifford Sales ...
Patrolman Tom Pollack (as Cliff Sales)
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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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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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12 December 1968 (USA)  »

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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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