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Friday and Gannon question Officer Paul Culver, on the job only 114 days and currently working undercover out of the narcotics division, about the armed robbery of a liquor store in Hollywood. Despite a positive identification in the line-up and thinking he failed the lie-detector tests, Culver swears he is innocent. Written by bobbymaxwell

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9 February 1967 (USA)  »

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This episode convinced Jack Webb to hire Kent McCord as the second lead in his new series "Adam-12". See more »

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Friday: There are over five thousand men in this city who know that being a policeman is an endless, glamorless, thankless job that's gotta be done. I know it, too. And I'm damned glad to be one of them.
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Instead of the famous Dragnet fanfare, the music playing over the credits consists of the slow beat of a single tympani drum--symbolic, perhaps, of an officer being "brought to the drumhead" to answer charges of wrongdoing while on duty. See more »

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McCord Begins To Make His Mark As An Actor Playing An L.A. Cop
29 March 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is an Internal Affairs story as a young cop, just on the force 114 days and working undercover narcotics, has to relate to Joe and Bill what he did all night. It seems a liquor store was robbed, and the policeman is a prime suspect. He expects favored treatment but you straight-shooters like Friday and Gannon are not going to give it to him. They just want the truth.

The most noteworthy aspect of this episode might be the fact that Kent McCord plays the young officer "Paul Culver." McCord went on to be the star in his own police show, "Adam -12." which ran from 1968-1975. He showed here that he can act. He's a fine career since then, too. Read his biography here on IMDb; it's interesting, filled with facts such as the fact that McCord was good friends with Ricky Nelson and appeared on over 40 episodes of "The Adventures Of Ozzie & Harriet" as a fraternity brother of Ricky's.

Anyway, is McCord innocent or guilty? It's hard to tell until the end the last few minutes of this episode.


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