Adam West plays the Captain of a police precinct. Unfortunately, the cops at this precinct are assorted goof-balls, misfits, and malcontents. Essentially, this was an attempt to make a TV ... See full summary »
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Jonathan Perpich ...
 Sergeant Price Pascall / ... 8 episodes, 1986
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 Sergeant Lane / ... 8 episodes, 1986
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 Lieutenant Hobbs 8 episodes, 1986
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 Officer Mel Brubaker / ... 8 episodes, 1986
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 Officer 'Raid' Raider / ... 8 episodes, 1986
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 Officer Rina Starland / ... 8 episodes, 1986
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 Alphabet 8 episodes, 1986
Yana Nirvana ...
 Sergeant Martha Hagerty / ... 8 episodes, 1986
Pete Willcox ...
Hank Rolike ...
 Sundance 8 episodes, 1986
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 Captain Rick Wright / ... 8 episodes, 1986
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 Chief Bludhorn 2 episodes, 1986
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Adam West plays the Captain of a police precinct. Unfortunately, the cops at this precinct are assorted goof-balls, misfits, and malcontents. Essentially, this was an attempt to make a TV series that would cash in on the success of the various Police Academy movies. Written by Afterburner <aburner@erols.com>

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26 January 1986 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Das durchgeknallte Polizei Revier  »

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(7 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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This hysterical series should be in syndication, at least!
24 May 2006 | by See all my reviews

Why isn't this show available anymore? It so needs to be on Nick At Night or something similar. I've only had the chance to see a couple of episodes of The Last Precinct, but I sure do wish it was on cable somewhere. Such a funny show! Adam West is great in it as well as Ernie Hudson. The characters were all so diverse; the transvestite, the Elvis impersonator, the no nonsense leading man (Perpich) and wow, is he cute in that!! I've been able to view some of Perpich's other work, and this one really shows his comedic talent. Thank you and if you get a chance to see one of these 'lost' episodes, I do hope you enjoy it as much as I do.


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