Starsky and Hutch (1975–1979)
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The two detectives investigating a double homicide, discover that the man and women who died were mistakenly murdered - it was the detectives themselves who were the intended targets.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson
... Det. Dave Starsky
... Fat Rolly
Morgan Sterne ... D.A. Mark Henderson (as Albert Morgenstern)
... Cannell
... Huggy Bear
... Captain Dobey
Gilbert Green ... Frank Tallman
... Mrs. Gretchen Knebel (as Carole Ita White)
Don Billett ... Steele
... Vinnie
... Patty
James Brodhead ... Tourist (as James E. Brodhead)
... Lijah (as Doug Fowley)
... Stan
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The two detectives investigating a double homicide, discover that the man and women who died were mistakenly murdered - it was the detectives themselves who were the intended targets.

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Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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30 April 1975 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

David Soul originally wanted to play Starsky, believing Hutch was too "white bread". See more »

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In the pilot, the two hit men (Zane and Cannell) are allegedly watching the famous John Wayne western "Red River" on TV. However, the footage they are watching of a cattle drive is in color, whilst "Red River" was a black and white film. See more »

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Cannell: I hope we get back to the place by one o'clock.
Zane: Why one o'clock?
Cannell: There's a picture on the tube I didn't see the end of. "Red River." John Wayne.
Zane: You never saw the end of it?
Cannell: No. Uh-uh - don't tell me.
Zane: Oh, what's to tell? He wins. He always wins.
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References Dumbo (1941) See more »

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70's & 80's are gone...Not if I can help it.
14 December 2000 | by See all my reviews

This show rocked! Fast cars, people going over bonnets, paper blown down a side street. And the clothes. 70's ruled. TV now stinks of a smelly bin that was raided by a 90's producer who just finished film school. The characters cared, the camera was observing not interrupting, and the plot was simple, but effective. David Soul, Paul M.Glazer had style, grace, and a good sense of humour. As a film producer myself, I hope I can bring some of this old school back to the modern world. Enough said.


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