Adam-12 (1968–1975)
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Log 1: The Impossible Mission 

Malloy plans to resign at the end of shift due to the death of his previous partner but is assigned a rookie partner Reed. Malloy decides the green Reed is worthy of Malloy's effort to train him leading Malloy to stay on the job.

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Episode complete credited cast:
... Officer Pete Malloy
... Officer Jim Reed
... Lt. Val Wangsgard
... Ruth Elkins
Ena Hartman ... Mrs. Fred Warner
Julian Burton ... Mac Jeffries
John Nolan ... Harold Mason
Gene Boland ... Fred Warner
... Sgt. MacDonald
... George Morrison
... Officer One
Ed Deemer ... Officer Bill James
Rick Warick ... Desk Officer
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Officer Pete Malloy, a seven year veteran of the LAPD and the senior man in his division's patrol, is getting a new partner: twenty-three year old Officer Jim Reed, who has just graduated from the academy in the top-10 in his class. Regardless of Reed's on-paper credentials, Malloy is not happy, not only about having to break-in a neophyte officer, but also about something that happened in his professional life three weeks earlier, which is making him contemplate his future, that incident which he refuses to disclose to or discuss with Reed. This evening, their unit, called Adam-12, deals with what looks to be an altercation between two men and a woman on the street, two suspicious men who looked to be casing a liquor store, and a baby who may have died from suffocation in a dry cleaning bag. But it's their last call of the evening - a shooting in a pitch black park - and Reed's actions at that call which makes Malloy have a clearer picture about his future and that incident three ... Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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21 September 1968 (USA)  »

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The car that crashes at the end of the chase can be seen to have no windshield just before it slides into the channel of the Los Angeles river. See more »

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References Sergeant York (1941) See more »

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