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Charles Dierkop ...
Ed Bernard ...
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Joseph Carbeau
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Angela
Pepper Martin ...
Hodges
Scott Hylands ...
Larry Barba
John A. Zee ...
Rosen (as John Zee)
Jim Gruzalski ...
Aiello
Billy Jackson ...
Loutz Gage ...
Judge
Larry Ellis ...
Thaler
Rick Garcia ...
Rodriguez
Louise Hoven ...
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27 January 1976 (USA)  »

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The gangster's daughter

One more interesting episode for this erratic series where only once in a while you can find one good stuff among the ordinary one. Joseph Campanella plays here a mobster - he usually does when he doesn't play a cop - and our police leads try to nail him for drug traffic and some other things. They try very hard to bring him to court, and for good. And that is not easy at all. The only gangster's weakness is his daughter and that's where the story becomes interesting. The gangster's child, a beautiful young woman, is what I will remember the most in this episode. As I have already said a couple of days ago, action sequences are not the main interest in this TV show, nor the plots, only characters development and only from time to time. So, Angela is the character whom you have to focus on for this story. A rather sad one, I warn you. And there is one strange thing here. You have two couple of characters. Mobsters and Internal Affairs cops. Two couples of characters, follow me? And for each of those pair of characters, both have one dark haired guy with a moustache and the other wearing an orange suit...You could confound the I.A. cops and the hoodlums. Ha ha ha...And I think that the Angela characters could have been me more developed.


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