Sledge Hammer!: Season 1, Episode 19

Sledgepoo (14 Feb. 1987)

TV Episode  -   -  Action | Comedy
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The Earl of Curl beauty parlor is a front for a cat burglar ring targeting wealthy women. Sledge infiltrates the ring by going undercover as a second-story man.

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Anne-Marie Martin ...
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Scotland Yard Inspector Westcott
George Dickerson ...
Commissioner Holbestam
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Officer Daley
Kurt Paul ...
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Sir Guy
Benny Baker ...
Ice Cream Truck Driver
Montana Smoyer ...
Woman on Park Bench
Maggie Kedron
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The Earl of Curl beauty parlor is a front for a cat burglar ring targeting wealthy women. Sledge infiltrates the ring by going undercover as a second-story man.

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Visible wires are supporting the piece of toast "ejected" by Sledge's toaster for him to shoot. See more »

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Spoofs Shampoo (1975) See more »

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