A hot dog, newspaper headline-grabbing detective has himself assigned to the 65th Precinct to find the killer of his partner. Both Lt. Parker and Det. Flint soon find that this brash and ... See full summary »

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Jerry Costell
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Willie Corbin
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Al Borris
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Carlotta Corbin
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Hank Mulvaney (as Paul Larsen)
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A hot dog, newspaper headline-grabbing detective has himself assigned to the 65th Precinct to find the killer of his partner. Both Lt. Parker and Det. Flint soon find that this brash and rash detective gets under their skin. He challenges their bravery and considers them to be safety first "parade cops". Written by dubchi

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6 February 1963 (USA)  »

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Lt. Parker was wounded in the left shoulder earlier and 'favored' or kept his left arm in his coat pocket. But when he is 'laying-out' the capture method on the hood of a car, he momentarily removes the arm from the pocket with no 'cringe' or 'favor' and then quickly returns it to the left pocket. See more »

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Bossa nova on Times Square
15 May 2013 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

I loved this episode and my favorite moments are during the scenes where Flint and Jerry hit a gritty dime-a-dance joint up some stairs off the wrong end of Times Square (I'm guessing it's the rundown area where Tony Curtis has his office in "Sweet Smell of Success"). Anyway, as Flint and Jerry pay an admission fee, you hear a band leader introduce a "Bossa nova." And the obviously real-life combo in this equally genuine cheapo-cheapo dance joint is just fantastic. They may be playing a generic number, but they have this Blue Note horn sound and some very effective percussion, partly played by the guitarist who never touches his six-string on the number. He's the musician who, at the end of the scene, as the main characters are leaving the joint, looks up at the camera and smiles. Just great!


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