Spenser: For Hire: Season 2, Episode 3

White Knight (18 Oct. 1986)

TV Episode  -   -  Crime | Drama
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When Hawk goes to check on the boxer he owns, he is arrested. So Spenser goes there to try and figure out what is going on. They discover that it might have something to do with a man who ... See full summary »

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Hatch
Page Hannah ...
Laura Findley
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Benny Haskell (as Douglas Wert)
Joe Lambie ...
Theodore Wilkes
Alan North ...
Chief Hollis Cushing
Bernie McInerney ...
Sam Findley
Pamela Burrell ...
Jessie Findley
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Jesse Doran ...
Joey Thorpe
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Gus Sloan
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When Hawk goes to check on the boxer he owns, he is arrested. So Spenser goes there to try and figure out what is going on. They discover that it might have something to do with a man who is running for public office whom Hawk met a few years ago. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Curiously, the producers got the liveries for the New Hampshire State Police cruisers right. However, if you look closely at Deputy Hatch's Badge, you can clearly see the seal of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, not the seal of the State of New Hampshire. See more »

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