Sledge Hammer! (1986–1988)
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The Secret of My Excess 

The governor secretly brings Hammer to his mansion. The governor's daughter is missing, and he wants to enlist Hammer's help in getting her back. Hammer is also instructed not to tell ... See full summary »

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Sledge Hammer
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Dori Doreau
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Captain Trunk
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Governor Fritz La Chatte
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Al Fresco
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Big Mabel
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Governor's Aide
Leslie Morris ...
Officer Majoy
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Joey the Slug
Mary Otis ...
Angel
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Governor's Wife
John De Bello ...
Policeman Stripper (as John A. DeBello)
Susie Loucks ...
Camille
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The governor secretly brings Hammer to his mansion. The governor's daughter is missing, and he wants to enlist Hammer's help in getting her back. Hammer is also instructed not to tell anyone, because the governor is in the midst of a re-election campaign. Hammer calls in sick, which causes Trunk and Doreau to suspect something is up. Doreau follows Hammer to a strip club for ladies, and Hammer accidentally reveals his mission to her. Written by brownsbros3

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Action | Comedy

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29 January 1988 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Upon being ordered to return to work Sledge asks, "What if I get a note from my doctor?" Trunk yells, "I don't care if you get a note from Dr. Jonas Salk". In 1955 Dr. Salk developed a 'killed virus' vaccine for poliomyelitis. At that time polio was a devastating disease whose summertime epidemics paralyzed tens of thousands of children in the US each year. It was the most feared children's disease. When the development of Salks effective vaccine was announced the entire world celebrated and Salk was declared a hero if not an actual savior. He became the most honored doctor of his generation. See more »

Connections

References Fritz the Cat (1972) See more »

Soundtracks

Maniac
Written by Dennis Matkosky and Michael Sembello
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