Detectives Stoddard and Bagney look for a man involved in an armed grocery store robbery after he shoots and maims Officer Phillips, a personal friend of Stoddard.

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Sergeant Dave Stoddard
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Sergeant Bagney
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Ralph Coleman / Joseph Kinsella
Robert Sampson ...
Lieutenant Wallace Tober
Joan Goodfellow ...
Bobbie-Lou
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Pollack
Lou Frizzell ...
Burton Callaway
Christopher Norris ...
Suzie
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Clifford
Ray Young ...
Officer Andy Phillips
Paul Jenkins ...
Sgt. Gorman
Noelle North ...
Ellen
Jessie Lee Fulton ...
Mrs. Callaway
Thomas Bellin ...
S. I. D. Man #1 (as Tom Bellin)
Andy Romano ...
Sgt. Marks
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Detectives Stoddard and Bagney look for a man involved in an armed grocery store robbery after he shoots and maims Officer Phillips, a personal friend of Stoddard.

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9 January 1976 (USA)  »

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Loosely based on the McCrary Family 'Donut Shop' killings. See more »

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Long before Lethal Weapon

I wrote this summary because you have here a buddy cop movie with a white and a black police officers. I know there have been ACROSS 110th STREET starring Anthony Quinn and Yaphet Kotto, back in 1971, but in the TV series, I am not sure if there was that scheme or not so early in the seventies. I also know that this was just one episode with that same scheme and not a whole series concept. Anyway, you have nothing of LETHAL WEAPON here except the buddy black and white story. I was glad to watch Bob Stack, once more in a cop character, more than twelve years after THE UNTOUCHABLES. Brock Peters - remember the black racist opponent of Larry Peerce's INCIDENT - is awesome here. And I won't speak of Ed Lauter whom every movie or TV buff knows. Especially concerning seventies crime flicks. He is the heavy guy here. I would have perfectly seen him as a cop character. Maybe for another time. I am sure he has already been in that show. I will check. Back to this episode you have a classic revenge tale, but fairy shown and one more time by Don Medford. This a two parts story. I'll be back for the second part; I don't know when, but I'll be here.


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