Pepper and Crowley become reluctant partners with Turk Allison, a former cop from Texas whose cowboy demeanor and vigilante tactics promise to help them bust mobster Briscoe.

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Charles Dierkop ...
Royster
Ed Bernard ...
Styles
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'Turk' Allison
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Briscoe
Pepper Martin ...
Peltz
Robert Phillips ...
Russo
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Fred Blau (as Pat Harrington)
Ben Davidson ...
The Bouncer
Reuben Collins ...
The Detective
Bill Coleman ...
The Manager
James Espinoza ...
The Parking Attendant
Alexander Beckett ...
The Tourist (as Bill Beckett)
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Pepper and Crowley become reluctant partners with Turk Allison, a former cop from Texas whose cowboy demeanor and vigilante tactics promise to help them bust mobster Briscoe.

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14 March 1975 (USA)  »

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The Loner

Yes, with this episode, I have confirmation that the producers have decided to emphasize on characters for the second season. The Don Meredith's character is very impressive and above all offbeat, not the kind we usually see in other series. The final sequence with him and Angie Dickinson is so touching. This is a pretty surprising sequence. Beside this, this is the usual story with Neville Brand as an evil mob boss, and not as a bar tender. Action scenes are rather flat however. I hope the next episodes will continue on this way, characters descriptions and especially not foreseeable situations. Will keep you informed is anything worth happens.


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