Dragnet 1967 (1967–1970)
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Juvenile Division: DR-19 

A woman invites Friday and Gannon to talk to her Woman's Club about battered children. They train the women to be on the lookout for children who might be abused, and how they can help by becoming foster parents.

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Sergeant Joe Friday
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Officer Bill Gannon
Elizabeth Knowles ...
Marian Devon
Cathleen Cordell ...
Mrs. Sadler
Logan Harbough ...
Chris Devon (as Logan Harbaugh)
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Dr. Manning
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Lawrence Devon
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Judge Crosson
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Capt. Morris
Frankie Kabott ...
Andy Fulkerson
Ron Pinkard ...
Off. John McKee
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A woman invites Friday and Gannon to talk to her Woman's Club about battered children. They train the women to be on the lookout for children who might be abused, and how they can help by becoming foster parents.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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27 February 1969 (USA)  »

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One of the better '69's
18 July 2010 | by See all my reviews

Dragnet fans regard season 3 as a mixed bag. Webb loaded the season with talky episodes that had less than gripping plot lines involving public affairs and the dreaded "night off at the Gannon's House" where Joe wears what could very well be Ozzie Nelson's sweater. Occasionally something camp would sneak in (The Crimson Crusader episode leaps to mind) but Juvenile Division: DR-19 actually demonstrates some degree of Webb's acting range. He grimaces! To be fair, both Gannon and Friday show a fair amount of disgust (approaching anguish, maybe) at the sight of child abuse. Relative unknown Elizabeth Knowles cuts a pretty good picture of an uber bitch mom-from-hell... imagine Joan Crawford armed with an electrical cord. The sentiment feels real and Webb rightly wears his black & white heart on his sleeve here. Decent entry!


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