Captain Dobey's determination to heat up a cold case puts him and his family in the crosshairs of a grudge-nursing ex-cop sprung from prison by a corrupt corporate CEO who wants both Dobey and the case put on ice.

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Huggy Bear (credit only)
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William Watson ...
Leo Moon
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Edith Dobey
William Traylor ...
Norris (as Bill Traylor)
Kurt Grayson ...
Marty Pommier
Lester Rawlins ...
C.J. Woodfield
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Lola Brenner
Lee McLaughlin ...
Frisco Fats
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Sheila
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Fry
Michael MacRae ...
Airplane Mechanic
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Ethel
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Captain Dobey's determination to heat up a cold case puts him and his family in the crosshairs of a grudge-nursing ex-cop sprung from prison by a corrupt corporate CEO who wants both Dobey and the case put on ice.

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Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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19 November 1975 (USA)  »

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Only episode in which Capt. Dobey's family appear. See more »

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At 14:15 this scene is out of sequence and flipped; Starsky is sitting behind the wheel on the right. The first "day" Starsky is wearing a red "hoody" and Hutch is wearing a black leather jacket and green shirt. The second day Starsky is wearing a white shirt and navy windbreaker; Hutch is wearing a black pullover and brown leather jacket. The scene at 14:40 is from the "second" day of shooting during the day. A filter was used to simulate night. See more »

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