Sgt. Wolf Bozeman, a gung ho street cop who lives through his job, tries to cope with the prospect of losing that job due to his deteriorating health.

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Sgt. Wolf Bozeman
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Annette Weiner
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Capt. Faulkner
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Sgt. Dell
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Officer Randy Weiner
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Sgt. Valeir
Shelly Novack ...
Officer Pulaski
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Sgt. Grady
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Morley
Pat Delaney ...
Miss Cotter
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Officer Brinkley
Paul Henry Itkin ...
Officer Richey
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the Doctor
Carl Byrd ...
Officer Colt
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Sgt. Wolf Bozeman, a gung ho street cop who lives through his job, tries to cope with the prospect of losing that job due to his deteriorating health.

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19 November 1974 (USA)  »

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The character of Wolf Bozeman was 44. Lloyd Bridges was 17 years older in real-life, aged 61. See more »

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References Sergeant York (1941) See more »

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Terrific episode

This kind of episode and topic bring no great change to the POLICE STORY TV series, the usual routine cops of LA procedural and lifestyle. It focuses on a cop called Wolf, played by Lloyd Bridges, perfect for this role, who lives, breathes, only for his job which he is so involved in. Until he begins to slowly but surely fall apart, as so many cops often do, destroyed by the constant pressure of their job. It's a depressing and so moving tale, where Lloyd Bridges is at his best. I know, many épisodes of this TV show look the same But I will never be tired of this, especially when such scripts are carried by such great performances. You find Jo Wambaugh's DNA in every second of this story.

Directed by Barry - ACROSS 110TH STREET - Shear.


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