"Log 143: Cave" is an episode of Adam-12 starring Martin Milner, Kent McCord, and Alice Frost. Malloy and Reed investigate a complicated landlord/tenant dispute that leads them to a report of a series of seemingly random thefts of odd items in a neighborhood which has an interesting cause involving a young boy.

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(as Alan Crosland)

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(created by) (as R.A. Cinader), (created by) | 1 more credit »

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Episode complete credited cast:
... Officer Pete Malloy
... Officer Jim Reed
Alice Frost ... Efiginia Grimes
... Jimmy White
George Brenlin ... Duke Dukowski
... Johnson (as Neil Russell)
... Jay Finlay
Diane Holden ... Angie Vanders
... Mr. White
Jean Howell ... Amy Finlay
... Elvin Brady
... Ida Brady
Natalie Masters ... Woman
Stuart Lee ... Artie Finlay
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Adam-12 attends to a landlord/tenant dispute turned violent. Although the landlord is legally in the right, they can understand at least why the tenant is so disgruntled. Johnson, the tenant, used a stolen vehicle in the incident, that belonging to a Jay Finlay. As the car was not reported stolen, they assume rightly that Mr. Finlay has no idea that his car is gone. When they arrive in the largely family friendly neighborhood where the Finlays live, Malloy and Reed learn from a belligerent neighbor, Efiginia Grimes, that there have been a rash of robberies throughout the neighborhood, an item stolen here and there, with no major robberies from any one place. Malloy and Reed will eventually learn that there are two elements at play, one which involves a young boy who just wanted a room of his own. Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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13 December 1969 (USA)  »

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There are two instances of ambulances driving away from the scene with a siren sounding. In both cases, the distinctive sound of the Super Chief siren can be heard. Neither ambulance has a Super Chief siren mounted on the outside, and the Super Chief siren is never mounted under the hood as it is too big. See more »

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