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Police Videos 

World's Wildest Police Videos (original title)
Host John Bunnell takes viewers on a constant thrill ride with real police videos captured from around the world. including high speed chases.
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2012   2001   2000   1999   1998   Unknown  

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C.W. Jensen C.W. Jensen ...  Himself 1 episode, 2000
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Host John Bunnell takes viewers on a constant thrill ride with real police videos captured from around the world. including high speed chases.

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Fox

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2005 (Denmark) See more »

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Police Videos See more »

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Trivia

The producers have admitted that an episode aired on 25 February 1999 contained a re-enactment in which a woman keeps spraying cops with pepper spray. When this episode was shown a second time, a label was seen on the screen throughout the segment indicating that it was not a real video. See more »

Quotes

Host: Hi, I'm Sheriff John Bunnell
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Connections

Referenced in Series 7: The Contenders (2001) See more »

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Is that Lou from 'Neighbours'???
25 July 2006 | by chris_escrittSee all my reviews

In England, this programme seems to have been the cornerstone of Channel 5's pre sports thread on a Sunday evening since the dawn of time (or at least since Channel 5 were forced to import non-pornographic material in order to avoid another hysterical Daily Mail campaign). In essence, this show is 60 minutes of frantic car chases, inept corner shop robberies and gushing, hagiographical praising of the American police force's abilities to apprehend all these scoundrels and cads. Yet as much as I am in awe (well maybe not so much awe as incredulous disbelief) of all this right winged, jingoistic hokum, the programme's main source of unintentional hilarity stems from its front man, Sheriff John Bunnell - a lithe, silver haired, permatan gnome of a man armed week in week out with bleached teeth, a perpetual sneer and a drooling script of hackneyed clichés. Within about 50 seconds of the programme starting, the viewer is greeted with grainy, poor quality police footage (usually dated from the early 1990s) of a station wagon crashing into a tree sound tracked by squealing sirens, police troopers barking orders and Bunnell's commentary gushing out gems such as: This fleeing cowboy thought that he could outrun his federal pursuers - - - but he hadn't counted on the might of the law.

In Britain, there are a number of more sedate versions of this show... yet none can match the vacant silliness and patriotic bunkum of this enjoyably rubbish American import.


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