Martial Law (1998–2000)
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How Sammo Got His Groove Back 

Terrell Parker, an LAPD press officer, sees his cousin, a rap artist shot by an assassin. His life saved only by the appearance of Sammo and Louis. Terrell tries to get himself involved in ... See full summary »

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Sammo Law (as Sammo Hung)
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Capt. Benjamin Winship
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Chen Pei Pei
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Det. Louis Malone
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Andre Pitman
Ernie Hudson Jr. ...
Floyd Cross
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Lynn Davis (as Vernee Watson Johnson)
Jeffrey Anderson-Gunter ...
Jamaican Musician
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Elaine Caranza
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Zeke Davis
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Skunk
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Judith Jacobs
Ray Bumatai ...
Car Jacker
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Samantha
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Halle Winship
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Terrell Parker, an LAPD press officer, sees his cousin, a rap artist shot by an assassin. His life saved only by the appearance of Sammo and Louis. Terrell tries to get himself involved in the investigation by partnering up with Sammo. Between them they uncover a CD bootlegging operation. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Crime | Action

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21 November 1998 (USA)  »

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Too over the top, and not all that funny
22 July 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

HOW SAMMO GOT HIS GROOVE BACK is a blaxploitation-themed episode of MARTIAL LAW that feels unlike any episode that came before. That's because the emphasis now is on over the top comedy throughout, with a few fights thrown in en route. I wasn't really sure what to expect, as the main supporting characters are all sidelined here and the resulting concoction really isn't too funny. Arsenio Hall appears in the show for the first time and goes way over the top, so I hope he tones things down a bit for his future appearances. Sammo remains on good form.


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