Starsky and Hutch: Season 3, Episode 4

Murder Ward (8 Oct. 1977)

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Starsky arranges to be committed to a mental asylum where Hutch has been planted as a male nurse. They are investigating why this particular hospital has such a high fatality rate

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Huggy Bear (credit only)
Bernie Hamilton ...
Capt. Harold Dobey (credit only)
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Jane Hutton
Joey Forman ...
Freddie Lyle
Leon Charles ...
Dr. Matwick
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Miss Bycroft
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Jackson (as DeWayne Jessie)
Blackie Dammett ...
Charlie Deek
Ned York ...
Switek
Sam DeFazio ...
Victor
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Bo
Robert Ball ...
Howard (as Robert E. Ball)
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Weeze
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Starsky arranges to be committed to a mental asylum where Hutch has been planted as a male nurse. They are investigating why this particular hospital has such a high fatality rate

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This one of two episodes where both Huggy Bear and Capt. Dobey do not appear, the other being Satan's Witches. See more »

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