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Log 88 - Reason to Run 

Malloy and Reed are called to a riding stable run by retired actor Slim Berkeley. The owner is careless about trusting people and has $100 and a gold belt buckle stolen. By instinct due to ... See full summary »

Director:

Christian Nyby

Writers:

Robert A. Cinader (created by) (as R.A. Cinader), Jack Webb (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy
Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Rod Cameron ... Slim Berkeley
Linda Henning ... Hilary Warner (as Linda Kaye Henning)
Francine York ... Girl
Randolph Mantooth ... Neil Williams
Sandra de Bruin ... Waitress (as Sandy de Bruin)
Dick Whittinghill ... Paul Foster
Dorothy Green ... Mrs. Warner
Don Ross Don Ross ... Plainclothes Detective
Norm Crosby ... Dewey Conroy
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Storyline

Malloy and Reed are called to a riding stable run by retired actor Slim Berkeley. The owner is careless about trusting people and has $100 and a gold belt buckle stolen. By instinct due to a record in New York his young assistant runs but when searched nothing is found. A call to a phone booth where the man inside is being attacked by another man leads to a drug arrest and sore jaw for Reed. Reed spots a robbery at a drive-in resulting in a shoot-out and capture of the robber. An illegally parked car with a woman who refuses to move the car leads to a second shoot out with two men robbing a liquor store. A complaint is filed by a jewelery salesman. His new convertible is poured full of concrete by the husband of his client in front of the client's house (the concrete had time to completely harden). When Slim reports a second robbery of his clients money, the mother of one the clients comes forward to say her daughter has a history of theft and she returns the belt buckle. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 April 1971 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

When Reed and Malloy arrive at the "Berkeley Riding Academy" at the beginning of this episode, a business sign in the background reads "Berkeley Western Stores". But when they walk though the building and emerge at the horse ring, the sign now reads "Pickwick Western Stores". It reads "Berkeley..." when they return to the Academy two more times investigating thefts. See more »

Goofs

The patrol car driven by Reed and Malloy alternates between a 1968 and 1969 model Plymouth numerous times. See more »

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Whittinghill's Restaurant
18 November 2008 | by muxloekSee all my reviews

In the scene featuring Dick Whittinghill, the phone booth, and the pusher, you can see the Whittinghill's Restaurant sign in the background while Officer Reed dukes it out with the pusher. The camera lingers on the sign so you can't miss it. How did Whittinghill, a has-been DJ, rate a favor like this from the Adam-12 producers? A buddy of Jack Webb's I guess. Oops, I need 10 lines. Well, I recognized Mantooth from the later Emergency series. Mantooth is suspected of stealing from employer. When it is revealed that the girl is a kleptomaniac we see Reed & Malloy nod knowingly to each other as if they are thinking, It figures, rich chick, kleptomaniac.


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