Starsky and Hutch: Season 3, Episode 3

I Love You, Rosey Malone (1 Oct. 1977)

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Starsky gets involved with the daughter of a mobster.

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Huggy Bear (credit only)
Bernie Hamilton ...
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Rosey Malone
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Frank Malone
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Ed Chambers
Paul Jenkins ...
Bill Goodson
John Dullaghan ...
Ray Shelby
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Starsky gets involved with the daughter of a mobster.

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Starsky and Hutch Go Soap
22 April 2014 | by (Long Beach CA) – See all my reviews

I'm part-way through the third season, and this is not looking good. Gone is the pace replaced with the pathos; the car's used for smooching not chasing. The impact and excitement of the first series is completely absent in this drippy, maudlin soap opera. The plodding, formulaic dialog is delivered without conviction or effort. This is hugely disappointing as the show once relied upon edgy, intelligent story lines and well-rounded characters. It would be fascinating to know who or what sent the show into such a mind-numbing spiral of forgettable dross. If this episode sets the tone for the rest of series 3, I'm amazed they managed to pull off a 4th.


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