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The equally-straight-laced and "by the book" nephew of Joe Friday must work with his more laid-back partner to solve a mystery.

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Friday
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Streebek
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Whirley
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Gannon
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Connie Swail
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Emil Muzz
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Jane Kirkpatrick
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Jerry Caesar
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Enid Borden
Bruce Gray ...
Mayor Parvin
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Granny Mundy
Julia Jennings ...
Sylvia Wiss
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April
Joe Altmark ...
Milkman
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Lady Motor Cop
Fred Asparagus ...
Tito Provencal
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Phoney CHP #2
Larry Bilzarian ...
SWAT Trooper
Jim Boeke ...
Nectar Pagan
Sandra Canning ...
Baitmate
William Chalmers ...
Observatory Pagan
Donald Craig ...
Announcer
Karen Criswell ...
Mansion Cellist
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Police Officer
Jennifer Curry ...
Mansion Violinist
Gray Daniels ...
Crewman #1
Gary Lee Davis ...
Leggings Pagan
Susan Deemer ...
Coffee Bar Dancer
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Zookeeper (as Juli Donald)
Sandra Eng ...
TV Reporter
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Baitmate
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Betsy Blees
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Tough #2
Sharon Gilchrist ...
Mansion Musician
Chester Grimes ...
Pagan
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Night Watchman
D.D. Howard ...
Officer Robin Gilbert
Peter Leeds ...
Roy Grest
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Baitmate
Lori Leonelli ...
Baitmate
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1982 Redhead
Kent MacLachlan ...
Young Officer
Christopher Mankiewicz ...
White Coat
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Maitre d'
Marshall Maurice Mitchell ...
Tough #1
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Tough #3
Ingrid M. Rhoads ...
Baitmate (as Ingrid M. Rhoades)
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Phoney CHP #1
Billy Ray Sharkey ...
Drug Pagan
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Caterer Pagan
John Walton Smith Jr. ...
Lt. Thumb
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Baitmate
Chuck Thornton ...
Mo Sarkus
Bill Wittman ...
Narrator (voice)
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Mrs. Gannon
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Chief Dan Mathews (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Reveler (uncredited)
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Detective (uncredited)
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Guitar Player in Opening Scene (uncredited)
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Baitmate (uncredited)
Sydney Urshan ...
Officer Conklin (uncredited)

Directed by

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Tom Mankiewicz

Written by

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Dan Aykroyd ... (written by) and
Alan Zweibel ... (written by) and
Tom Mankiewicz ... (written by)
 
Jack Webb ... (radio and television series) (uncredited)

Produced by

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Bernie Brillstein ... executive producer
David Permut ... producer
Robert K. Weiss ... producer
Don Zepfel ... associate producer

Music by

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Ira Newborn

Cinematography by

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Matthew F. Leonetti ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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William D. Gordean ... (as William Gordean)
Richard Halsey

Editorial Department

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Phil Downey ... color timer
Gregory Gontz ... assistant editor (as Greg Gontz)
Colleen Halsey ... assistant editor (as Colleen Kincaid)
Jack Hooper ... negative cutter
Frank E. Jimenez ... associate editor (as Frank Jimenez)
Jeff Weisend ... assistant editor

Casting By

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David Rubin
Lynn Stalmaster

Production Design by

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Robert F. Boyle

Art Direction by

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Frank Richwood

Set Decoration by

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Arthur Jeph Parker

Costume Design by

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Taryn De Chellis ... (as Taryn DeChellis)

Makeup Department

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Christine Lee ... hair stylist
Jerry O'Dell ... makeup artist (as Gerald O'Dell)
Daniel C. Striepeke ... makeup artist (as Daniel Striepeke)

Production Management

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Don Zepfel ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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George Fortmuller ... second second assistant director
Terry Leonard ... second unit director
Victoria E. Rhodes ... second assistant director (as Vicki Rhodes)
Gary Rogers ... second second assistant director
Willie E. Simmons Jr. ... second second assistant director (as Willie Simmons)
Carol Smetana ... first assistant director: second unit
David Sosna ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Carl Aldana ... production illustrator
Larry Clark Bird ... property master
Jim Callan ... stand-by painter
Lynda May Jasper-Vogel ... mask maker
Peter Lamppu ... construction foreman
Steve Martin ... leadman: set dressing
Dennis McCarthy ... mask maker
Lee Orlikoff ... leadman: set dressing
John J. Rutchland III ... construction foreman
John J. Rutchland Jr. ... construction coordinator (as John J. Rutchland)
Michael Taylor ... leadman: set dressing
Vinnie Vecchio ... assistant property master
Ken Zimmerman ... assistant property master
Jimmy Flores ... construction foreman (uncredited)
Steven Curtis Husch ... set dresser (uncredited)
Benjamin Resella ... scenic designer (uncredited)
Benjamin Stuart Thompson ... construction coordinator (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Rick Alexander ... supervising sound re-recording mixer
James Bolt ... sound recordist
Willie D. Burton ... sound mixer (as Willie Burton)
Jeff Clark ... sound editor
George Fredrick ... sound editor (as George Frederick)
Robert W. Harris ... sound technician (as Robert Harris)
Paul Holzborn ... foley artist
Daniel J. Leahy ... re-recording mixer (as Daniel Leahy)
Marvin E. Lewis ... boom operator (as Marvin Lewis)
Andy MacDonald ... re-recording mixer
Donald J. Malouf ... sound editor (as Don Malouf)
James Moriana ... foley artist (as Jim Moriana)
Colin C. Mouat ... sound editor (as Colin Mouat)
Joe Parker ... sound editor
Daniel Payton ... sound assistant (as Dan Payton)
John Stacy ... supervising sound editor
Denise Whiting ... adr editor
Kyle Wright ... sound editor
Tim Grace ... sound recordist (uncredited)
Robert Gravenor ... sound mixer (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Jeff Frink ... special effects
Roger Hansen ... special effects
Whitey Krumm ... special effects
David B. Miller ... designer: snake
Jimmy Thomson ... special effects (as Jim Thomson)
Cliff Wenger ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Syd Dutton ... special visual effects: Illusion Arts Inc.
Bill Taylor ... special visual effects: Illusion Arts Inc.
Mark Moore ... visual effects production head (uncredited)

Stunts

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Perry Barndt ... stunts (as Perry Brandt)
Brad Bovee ... stunts
Jim Burk ... stunts
Brian Burrows ... stunts
Danny Costa ... stunts
David D. Darling ... stunts (as David Darling)
Jeffrey J. Dashnaw ... stunts (as Jeffrey Dashnaw)
Mark De Alessandro ... stunts (as Mark Dealessandro)
Vince Deadrick Sr. ... stunts
Scott Dockstader ... stunts
Corey Michael Eubanks ... stunts (as Corey Eubanks)
Allan Graf ... stunts
Tracy Keehn-Dashnaw ... stunts (as Tracy Keehn)
Hubie Kerns Jr. ... stunts
William T. Lane ... stunts (as William Lane)
Terry Leonard ... stunt coordinator
Bobby McLaughlin ... stunts (as Bob McLaughlin)
Jeff Ramsey ... stunts
Kerry Rossall ... stunts
Ben Scott ... stunts
John-Clay Scott ... stunts
Russell Solberg ... stunts
Joe Stone ... stunts
John Ashby ... stunts (uncredited)
Richard Epper ... stunts (uncredited)
Debbie Evans ... stunts (uncredited)
Bob Herron ... stunts (uncredited)
Terry Jackson ... stunt double: Tom Hanks (uncredited)
Marco Paul ... stunt performer: guard (uncredited)
Anthony G. Schmidt ... stunt performer (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Mike Amorelli ... rigging gaffer
Lloyd Barcroft ... second company grip
Bob Bergdahl ... camera operator
Michael W. Blymyer ... lamp operator (as Michael Blymyer)
Pat Blymyer ... chief lighting technician
Dick Colean ... camera operator: second unit
Candy Edwards ... second assistant camera (as Candace Edwards)
Bob Fillis ... assistant chief lighting technician (as Robert Fillis)
Robert Fiore ... lamp operator
Antonio V. Garrido ... dolly grip (as Tony Garrido)
John Hart ... lamp operator
Joe Kelly ... grip
T. Sano Kwong ... second company grip
Robert LaBonge ... first assistant camera (as Bob La Bonge)
Hal Landaker ... video playback operator
Brian LeGrady ... second assistant camera
John J. Linder ... key grip (as John Linder)
Johnny London Jr. ... grip (as John London Jr.)
Richard Craig Meinardus ... first assistant camera (as Dick Meinardus)
Montey Menapace ... assistant chief lighting technician
Ralph Nelson ... still photographer
David B. Nowell ... aerial photographer (as David Nowell)
Michael St. Hilaire ... camera operator (as Mike St. Hilaire)
Robert C. Thomas ... director of photography: second unit
Michael D. Weldon ... first assistant camera (as Mike Weldon)
Ryne Niner ... camera technician (uncredited)
Joseph T. Terranova ... set lighting technician (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Brian Callahan ... costumer: men
Dan Moore ... costume supervisor
Renee Alaina Sacks ... costumer: women
Janet Henry Gershenfeld ... costume maker (uncredited)

Location Management

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Robert C. Decker ... location manager
Peter Giuliano ... location manager: second unit
Cliff Taylor ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Jeff Carson ... supervising music editor
Alf Clausen ... composer: additional music (as Alf Clauson) / orchestrator (as Alf Clauson)
Gary Ladinsky ... music score engineer / music score mixer
Don Nemitz ... composer: additional music / orchestrator
David Newman ... composer: additional music / orchestrator
Bruce Robb ... music engineer / music mixer
Ran Ballard ... musician (uncredited)
Bruce Robb ... music recorder (uncredited)
James Thatcher ... musician: french horn (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Dennis Clark ... transportation captain
Ken Day ... driver: insert car (as Kenny Day)
Vince del Castillo ... transportation coordinator (as Vince Del Castillo)
Don McManus ... transportation captain
Timothy P. Ryan ... transportation captain (as Tim Ryan)
John Tuell ... transportation captain

Other crew

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Dan Cooke ... technical advisor (as Lt. Dan Cooke)
Debra Crowningshield ... production assistant
Ron Filbert ... auditor
Rob Harris ... publicist
Fred Inman ... police coordinator
Maria Jackson ... secretary: Mr. Mankiewicz
Katie Jacobs ... assistant: Mr. Permut
Trish Kinney ... script supervisor
Clay Lacy ... aerial coordinator
Mark L. Levine ... production assistant (as Mark Levine)
Kevin Marcy ... production associate (as Kevin M. Marcy)
Scott Patterson ... pilot
Dickson Courtney Silberberg ... production assistant
Ann Ford Stevens ... assistant: Mr. Mankeiwicz (as Ann Stevens)
Douy Swofford ... title designer
Chuck Thornton ... pilot: T-38
Linda Von ... secretary: Mr. Weiss
Lisa J. Watters ... production coordinator
Hope Williams ... script supervisor: second unit
Jerry Woodside ... assistant chief rigging technician
Robert 'Bobby Z' Zajonc ... pilot (as Robert M. Zajonc)
Daniel Wheatcroft ... studio executive (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Plot Keywords
Taglines They're so bad at being bad... but so much worse at being good! See more »
Genres
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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Dragnet 1987 (United States)
  • Schlappe Bullen beißen nicht (Germany)
  • Dos sabuesos despistados (Spain)
  • Polícias da Pesada (Portugal)
  • La retata (Italy)
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Runtime
  • 106 min
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Box Office

Budget $20,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $10,542,669, 28 Jun 1987
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $66,673,516

Did You Know?

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Trivia The photograph of Captain Gannon's wife behind his desk is the same photograph as Colonel Potter's wife in M*A*S*H (1972). Both parts were played by Harry Morgan. See more »
Goofs When Joe and Connie are kidnapped by Emil, they are in Joe's police issue Yugo. When Joe is rescued by Pep at the observatory, they escape the PAGAN goons on Pep's motorcycle. At Jerry Caesar's mansion, Pep tells Joe to go home, to which we later see Joe driving down the road in a beat up Mustang. However, since he obviously got to Caesar's mansion riding on Pep's bike, there is no explanation as to why or how Joe got a hold of a Mustang to drive home. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Dan Aykroyd/Bobby Kelton/Helen Shaver (1987). See more »
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Crazy Credits Towards the end of the film, when Streebeck arrests Muzz, he raps him his rights. In the closing credits there is an extended version of this, with Friday and Streebeck rapping about rights, as well as about the PAGAN ritual they witnessed. See more »
Quotes Pep Streebeck: Are you crazy? Silvia Wiss wanted you!
Friday: Now let me tell you something, Streebeck. There are two things that clearly differentiate the human species from animals. One, we use cutlery. Two, we're capable of controlling our sexual urges. Now, you might be an exception, but don't drag me down into your private Hell.
Pep Streebeck: You've got a lot of repressed feelings, don't you, Friday? Must be what keeps your hair up.
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