Street Hawk (1985)
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Street Hawk must deal with over-zealous vigilantes protecting their neighborhood, a team of gold thieves, and power getting cut off of his access to Command Center's computers and Norman's ability to help.

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Richard Venture ...
Jeannie Wilson ...
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Catherine Parks ...
Simkins' Daughter
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Joey
Phil Rubenstein ...
Abe
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Albert
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Phil Simkins
Gammy Singer ...
Mrs. Scroope (as Gamy L. Taylor)
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Reporter #2
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Carl
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Reporter #1
Benjamin Jurano ...
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Street Hawk must deal with over-zealous vigilantes protecting their neighborhood, a team of gold thieves, and power getting cut off of his access to Command Center's computers and Norman's ability to help.

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Solid finale
22 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Plot; A gang of gold thieves use a newly formed neighborhood watch group as interference while they pull their heists.

The 13th and final episode of 'Street Hawk's' all too brief run sends the series out on a high(ish) note. The villains are a tad undercooked in favor of development for the neighborhood watch leader. Not a bad trade off, as it works pretty well here.

Some fun is had as Norman's hi-tech (by 1985 standards) command center is down, forcing Jesse into a few "Use the Force" moments without his eye in the sky for backup.

The stunt work on this series is quite good, and the action with the bike is always top-notch and exciting. Having Tangerine Dream's synth-pop on the soundtrack certainly doesn't hurt.

I loves me 80s super vehicle shows, and while I think 'Airwolf' is still the best of the era, 'Street Hawk'--despite its abbreviated run--is still much better than 'Knight Rider'.

  • Don Swayze, the more famous, talented and handsome of the famous


Swayze brothers, makes a brief appearance as a gang leader. Had he been the episode's actual villain, it's likely Street Hawk wouldn't have stood a chance.


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