A released safe cracker and aging saloon girl renew their love, but some crooks are pressuring him to break into safes again.

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A released safe cracker and aging saloon girl renew their love, but some crooks are pressuring him to break into safes again.

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21 January 1974 (USA)  »

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Festus is handed a wanted poster of Frank Eaton and talks about how bad the guy looks. Upon closer inspection you will notice it is actually a picture of Festus himself. The name on the poster is Frank Eaton who was actually a real person. He was a cowboy, author, scout, Indian fighter, and U.S. Marshall for the famous Judge Isaac C. Parker. See more »

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8 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Saw this episode the other day, pretty standard fare about a recently paroled safe cracker trying to go straight, when Daniel J. Travanti and Charles Haid popped up on the screen. Yep, Captain Furillo and Officer Renko from Hill Street Blues, playing a couple of bad guys out to blackmail the safe cracker into pulling another job.

Makes you wonder if Steven Bochco saw this episode once and made his casting decision based on that.

It's amazing sometimes the amount of work some of these actors picked up on some of these old TV series.

Travanti, for instance, has appeared in Mannix and The FBI, among other series, before getting his break on Hill Street. I've seen Haid on a few older shows too.


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