Get Christie Love! (1974–1975)
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Get Christie Love! 

Not Rated | | Crime, Drama | Episode aired 22 January 1974
A beautiful policewoman goes undercover to break up a drug ring.


William A. Graham


George Kirgo (teleplay), Dorothy Uhnak (based on a novel by)




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Teresa Graves ... Christie Love
Harry Guardino ... Capt. Casey Reardon
Louise Sorel ... Helena Varga
Paul Stevens ... Enzo Cortino
Ron Rifkin ... Normand
Lynne Holmes Lynne Holmes ... Celia Jackson
Lee Paul ... Max Loomis
Titos Vandis ... Spiliolis
Tracey Roberts ... Gwen Fenley
William Hansen ... Dr. Shepard
Andy Romano ... Sgt. Seymour Greenberg
Davis Roberts ... Myron Jones
Bill Henderson ... Sgt. Stoner Martin
Debbie Dozier Debbie Dozier ... Amy (as Deborah Dozier)
Darlene Conley ... Virginia (as Darleen Conley)


A beautiful policewoman goes undercover to break up a drug ring.

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She's one bad mamma jamma!


Crime | Drama


Did You Know?


This is technically not an episode of the series Get Christy Love, bur rather it's the TV movie on which the series was based. It originally aired in January of 1974, and the series did not debut until September of that year. See more »


Boom mike visible in lower left side of screen when Christie feeds her fish. See more »


Referenced in Reservoir Dogs (1992) See more »

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A great battle of poor actors
9 August 2008 | by birdy123See all my reviews

Christie Love's friends, enemies, and co-workers live in an alternate-reality world that attempts to depict Los Angeles in the early 1970's. Not the way it really was, but the way the scriptwriters wanted it to be. Along the way, expect Ms Love to blatantly flip off her boss and get away with it, for him to make advances to her when there's no apparent chemistry, and for her to behave like Superwoman "with emotions". One of the bad guys simply lets himself be flipped out an upper-story window. It doesn't matter that he weighs over twice what she does, if you look closely enough, he's actually helping her. What a guy! Did I say that almost everyone she knows in this movie dies? Ms. Graves also appears to be in a contest with everyone else to see who can be the worst actor. It's fun watching who's worse, it pays to actually have a scorecard. You can rank Harry Guardino first for the bad opening, and then keep notes from there.

This movie actually succeeds in points, despite itself. They put a bit of money into it, there are some good production values - I mean the now-vintage cars sometimes project better than the humans, but hey, the scale I'm using refers to television, not the cinema. You won't be crying with the actors as much as laughing at them, but you won't be turning this show off, either.

I had no trouble with the volume on my copy. But, at two DVD's for a dollar in my local supermarket, I don't feel ripped off either.

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Release Date:

22 January 1974 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Chamem Christie Love! See more »

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Wolper Productions See more »
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1.33 : 1
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