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Nashville Beat (1989)

A widower LAPD detective comes to Nashville and teams up with his old partner to stop rising gang problems headed by a dangerous man.

Writers:

Kent McCord (story), Hannah Louise Shearer (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kent McCord ... Lieutenant Mike Delaney
Martin Milner ... Captain Brian O'Neal
John Terlesky ... Stick
Rosemary Forsyth ... Kate O'Neal
Richard Herd ... Chief Kincaid
Red Montgomery Red Montgomery ... Georgie Jackson
Sherry Hursey ... Patsy Ross
Ed Beechner Ed Beechner ... Phil Evers
Stan Foster ... Kevin Hill
Patrika Darbo ... Sara Murtry
Cameron Dye ... Harry Rodica
James Short James Short ... Gino
Clay Wilcox ... Ben Hurley
Kenny Davis ... Bubba Danvers
Debra Rogers ... Anne Beauchamp
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Storyline

LAPD lieutenant Mike Delaney, still hurting after the lost of his wife, tracks a dangerous gang leader to Nashville. There he teams up with his old partner, Brian O'Neal, and the Nashville PD to stop a growing gang problem and catch its instigator. Written by Jennifer

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Crime | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 October 1989 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Der Hai aus L.A. See more »

Filming Locations:

Nashville, Tennessee, USA

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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A TV movie made for TNN. See more »

Quotes

Lieutenant Mike Delaney: It's Laura. She's a terrific kid, but I speak to her in English and it's like she only understands some dialect of Chinese.
Kate O'Neal: She's 14. It's what I call R&R time. Rebellion and raging hormones.
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Spoofs Adam-12 (1968) See more »

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Great Reunion for Milner & McCord...plus Garth Brooks!
8 June 2001 | by stargazer24See all my reviews

Nashville Beat, made 14 years after Adam-12 went off the air, is a great reunion movie for its two stars, Martin Milner and Kent McCord. In fact, their characters even resemble Reed and Malloy. They started in the LAPD, O'Neal (Milner) training Delany (McCord) in a patrol car and they later became good friends. They could have easily been Reed and Malloy. Except that now Milner is the happily married guy who'll eat anything and McCord is the single picky eater. Role switch.

This movie has your typical southern stereotypes (the Sergeant's a beer drinking egotist named Stick and another guy on the force is named Bubba!), there's plenty of country music (an early appearance by Garth Brooks is a treat!) and the gang members look like they came out of a rap video, but it all works here. And the police action is great just like it was in Adam-12, only this time they're a captain and a lieutenant and in plainclothes.

Anyone who's a fan of Milner, McCord, Adam-12, or police movies will like this (if you can get ahold of it). Plus, you get to see Marty and Kent sing!


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