Ed Peebles has 30 years on the force, and after his longtime partner retires he loses his direction, both on the job and in his personal life.

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Sergeant Ed 'Bugs' Pebbles
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Elmore 'Rocky' Caddo
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Harry
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Minnie
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Red
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Lieutenant Boswell
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Napoleon Fargo
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Van Wert
Alexandra Hay ...
Sharon
Jay Varela ...
Cadiz
Kenneth O'Brien ...
Grady Barkeep
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Whipple
Erik Holland ...
Blackie
Paul Comi ...
Ellis
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Alma
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Ed Peebles has 30 years on the force, and after his longtime partner retires he loses his direction, both on the job and in his personal life.

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16 September 1975 (USA)  »

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Sylvester Stallone's character Caddo insists that his partner, played by Chuck Connors, call him "Rocky". See more »

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Vivid, exciting episode

The most perfect example of what this tremendous crime TV show offered us for all those years. The buddy cops scheme. Chuck Connors is a vet cop, not far from retirement, who sees his old pal partner getting retired before him and then has to do his patrol job with a rookie, at least a younger heat played by the young Sly Stallone. Speaking of him, I highly appreciated the other comment about the autograph...Cops confronted with their problems, job and personal ones. Connors and Stallone give here convincing performances for such a story. Connors the rough, tough cop, who may be poignant at some moments, stops at nothing to catch the hoods who shot his partner Stallone. I still think here of NEW CENTURIONS, except this movie, also adapted from Jo Wambaugh, spoke of cops in uniform. Fast paced episode that brings everything you may search in such a show.


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