Four Korean War vets armed with M-16s and a bazooka prepare to pull off Operation: Sidewinder, a heist of an armored car carrying a multi-million dollar payload. One of the men's penchant ... See full summary »

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(creator) (as Robert Collins), (teleplay) (as Richard Bluel) | 1 more credit »
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Charles Dierkop ...
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Jerry Woolard
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Collier
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Four Korean War vets armed with M-16s and a bazooka prepare to pull off Operation: Sidewinder, a heist of an armored car carrying a multi-million dollar payload. One of the men's penchant for prostitutes puts Pepper in the action undercover. Written by Gary R. Peterson

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17 January 1975 (USA)  »

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The song playing in the lounge where Pepper meets Jerry is an instrumental version of "The Look of Love," a song composed by Angie Dickinson's husband from 1965-80, Burt Bacharach. See more »

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When the gangsters destroy the car with the bazooka, it is obvious that the vehicle explodes because of a bomb Inside and not because of a shell. See more »

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The Look of Love
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by Burt Bacharach and Hal David
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What a deception !!!

That's the first episode that could have please me. The previous one were so common and predictable for a movie buff like me. I admit that if I could like it that's because it is question here of armed robbers; a bunch of professional hoods who, in the first opening minutes, rob a National Guard arsenal in a criminal purpose. There is at least one goof in this episode. Watch out closely, in the sequence where the hoodlums test the stolen bazooka on an old car, the car explodes like if there was already a bomb in it, and not as if it was hit by a bazooka shell... I will be fair and honest, it is not an exceptional story. It is rather an awful one, with the most ridiculous armed truck heist I have ever seen. Those fake gangsters pull the job as if they went to a garden party, without uniform, hoods nor gloves. Ridiculous. This episode is a total waste of time, folks. I really Wonder what the screen writers have done here, maybe they were sleepy when they wrote this non sense... Avoid it at all costs.


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