Dragnet 1967: Season 3, Episode 25

Juvenile: DR-35 (3 Apr. 1969)

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When a four-day-old baby is found barely alive in an apartment trash receptacle, Friday and Gannon search for the person who abandoned the newborn.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Michele Grumet ...
Donna Halpern
Virginia Vincent ...
Sylvia Crystal
Peggy Webber ...
Mrs. Mary Tucker
Jack Sheldon ...
Ted Patterson
Mickey Sholdar ...
Paul Sutherland
Lisa Bogart (as Heather Menzies)
Speedy Zapata ...
Rudy Herrera
Stacy Harris ...
Dr. Robert Corley
Dee Carroll ...
Diane Conway
Don Ross ...
Don Hale


When a four-day-old baby is found barely alive in an apartment trash receptacle, Friday and Gannon search for the person who abandoned the newborn.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery




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3 April 1969 (USA)  »

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Officer Bill Gannon: [a nurse hands Gannon the baby's blanket] Grey who ever heard of a grey baby blanket it's suppose to be pink for a little girl.
Sergeant Joe Friday: Who ever heard of of a pink shroud?
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Even hamsters have more regard for their young...
27 November 2009 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is a disgusting episode--not because of the way the show was handled but because any mother could have that little regard for her baby. It's really hard to believe that this and other stories from "Dragnet" were inspired by real cases.

It all begins with a baby being discovered inside a dumpster. It's only a few days old and might not survive. So it's up to Friday and Gannon to investigate. The problem is that no one has any idea whose baby it was and much of the show is spent following various tenuous leads. Eventually, however, the detectives have a good idea whose child it was. But, in a tough to watch last portion of the show, you see just how cold and self-centered someone could be to do such a thing. Towards the very end, after much prodding by the 'mother', Joe finally lets loose and tells her EXACTLY how it is.

Tough, interesting and hard to forget--see this one.

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