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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.


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


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


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







Release Date:

21 October 1989 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Der Hai aus L.A. See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Spoofs Adam-12 (1968) See more »

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Kent Mccord and Martin Milner make a great reunion movie along with the great John Terlesky
6 March 2010 | by w22nuschlerSee all my reviews

I have been wanting to see this movie for years because I am such a fan of Kent Mccord and Martin Milner from Adam-12. I also found out John Terlesky got third billing and he plays a major part in the film. It was a really good TV movie about cops in Nashville. John Terlesky plays the cop that goes undercover during a drug bust. There is a real nice scene near the end where a jukebox is playing "Poor Little Fool" by Rick Nelson. Kent Mccord was close friends with Rick since the Ozzie & Harriet days. I am sure that was his way of playing tribute to his friend. I really enjoyed that part and I enjoyed the whole film. I would highly recommend this film to any fan of the above actors.

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