A vengeance-seeking fiend injects Starsky with a chemical compound that will kill him in 24 hours, sparking Starsky and Hutch to race against time to track down the criminal and his poison formula so an antidote can be created.

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Jenny Sullivan ...
Cheryl Jennings
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Victor K. Bellamy
Seth Allen ...
Janos P. Martini
John McLiam ...
Professor Jennings
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David Byrd ...
Dr. Franklin
Carole Mallory ...
Sue Bellamy
Fritzi Burr ...
Mrs. Haberman
Jack Griffin ...
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A vengeance-seeking fiend injects Starsky with a chemical compound that will kill him in 24 hours, sparking Starsky and Hutch to race against time to track down the criminal and his poison formula so an antidote can be created.

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3 March 1976 (USA)  »

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Det. Dave Starsky: Find my pants.
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: I've got your watch.
Det. Dave Starsky: You forgot my pants?
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: Uh...
Det. Dave Starsky: You mean you want me to hit the streets with no pants, no badge, no gun, no dignity? What's the matter with you?
[to doctor]
Det. Dave Starsky: Do you believe him?
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson: You know, you're right, Starsk, I should have left you lying on the floor while I decided which pair of your equally crummy blue jeans I should pack.
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(D.O.A) A' La (Starsky & Hutch) !

What a plot ! And they utilized it just to serve the state of the show at the time perfectly. It's hot with fast events, good looking girls (the evil man's woman, the girls of the porn movie), a twist, an emotional situation (if we were in a cowboy's movie.. I would give you my shoes), nice music (the sensitive guitar at the hospital), and a climax where the rescue will be in the nick of time.

It's fun. And by this lovely era's measures where the channels were limited, it's super fun. (Paul Michael Glaser) is as always the most charismatic, prince of cool, and the funniest. (David Soul) is not having the same qualities, with some chilliness despite the famous gracefulness. I think the whole story of the avenger father was so late and a bit lame. I disliked the forced laughable finale, it was always unbearable (even at its time !), my only consolation that it was here less stupid than others like, earlier in the same season, the one at (The Hostages)'s end.. OHHH that was cruel !

For sure they didn't want to make it deep or profound. It's the plot of 1950's D.O.A for dynamic and entertaining 60 minutes. And it worked, for the plot, the formula of the show, or the strong producers' creativity. Moreover it still works for the great nostalgic feeling of having an afternoon's foreign show, or a Wednesday's night one as we used to have in Egypt during the good old 1970s and 1980s when we enjoyed too many sweet, plain, and innocent Starskys & Hutchs.


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