Barney Miller (1975–1982)
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Landmark: Part 3 

Everyone drops by to pay their last respects as the detectives prepare for new assignments. Harris contemplates resignation when he's assigned to Flushing Meadows. Barney recalls departed ... See full summary »


Danny Arnold




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Hal Linden ... Capt. Barney Miller
Max Gail ... Det. Stan 'Wojo' Wojciehowicz
Ron Glass ... Det. Ron Harris
Steve Landesberg ... Det. Sgt. Arthur Dietrich
Ron Carey ... Officer Carl Levitt
J.J. Barry ... Arthur Duncan
Earl Boen ... Warren Gimble
Stanley Brock ... Bruno Bender
Oliver Clark ... Carl Ebling
Jack DeLeon ... Marty Morrison (as Jack De Leon)
John Dullaghan ... Ray Brewer
Mari Gorman ... Naomi Bender
Walter Janovitz ... Sam Belinkoff (as Walter Janowitz)
Ralph Manza ... Leon Roth
Judson Morgan Judson Morgan ... Phillip Lukeather


Everyone drops by to pay their last respects as the detectives prepare for new assignments. Harris contemplates resignation when he's assigned to Flushing Meadows. Barney recalls departed friends before he turns out the lights for the final time. Written by James D. Lankin

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The 12th Precinct Police Station Set whereabouts are unknown. See more »


Levitt is informed he is now a Detective Sergeant, however the series has established that detectives must pass a sergeant test before they achieve that rank, which Levitt hasn't done. See more »


Naomi Bender: Read the inscription, Bruno
Bruno Bender: You telling me what to do ?
Naomi Bender: I just suggesting
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Crazy Credits

At the end of the final segment after Barney turns out the lights and leaves the empty squad room, "Goodbye and thank you, from everyone at the ol' one two" is shown before the final credits. See more »


References Barney Miller: Rain (1975) See more »


The Girl from Ipanema
Music by Antonio Carlos Jobim
Lyrics by Norman Gimbel
Performed by James Gregory
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The final episode
4 September 2014 | by kevinolzakSee all my reviews

"Landmark" concludes the entire series with Inspector Luger back from his honeymoon, lamenting that he doesn't want to be married! (third and final appearance for Carina Afable's Perlita Avilar). Harris looks into a series of manhole cover thefts orchestrated by Melvin Jackson (Mesach Taylor), who has been selling them to junk dealers at $12 apiece! (Dietrich: "alright, I'll put a lid on it!"). Jackson objects to Harris, the astute writer, constantly asking him if it has something to do with his sex life ("what can you get for $12?"). Carl Ebling (Oliver Clark, last of six) works for a pharmaceutical company that refuses to contemplate marketing his cultures that may be able to cure myoclonus, which 50,000 people suffer from. His superior (Earl Boen) figures it's better to work out the details rather than allow an imprisoned Ebling to imply that their company doesn't care about its customers. Before the 12th Precinct closes up at 6:00 PM, nine guests show up to bid goodbye with a trophy for Captain Miller- Arthur Duncan, out on bail mugger of the handicapped, making his fourth appearance (J. J. Barry, last of seven); store owner Bruno Bender, making his seventh appearance (Stanley Brock, last of nine); Bruno's wife Naomi, making her second appearance (Mari Gorman, last of six); homeless Sam Belinkoff, making his second appearance (Walter Janowitz, last of five); former derelict Ray Brewer, making his sixth appearance (John Dullaghan, last of ten); blind Leon Roth, making his fourth appearance (Ralph Manza, last of seven); Roth's roommate Phillip Lukeather, making his third appearance (Judson Morgan, last of four); and, going back to only the second episode, Marty Morrison (Jack De Leon), in his eighth appearance, plus his companion Darryl Driscoll, making his fifth (Ray Stewart). Barney announces the new locations for his detectives: Dietrich is going to Washington Heights in upper Manhattan, Harris to Flushing Meadows in Queens (Harris: "I quit!"), Wojo to Roosevelt Island on the East River (between Manhattan and Queens), as part of their Canine Corps. (Wojo: "I'll probably get stuck with some old bitch!"). Most surprising is the fate of Officer Carl E. Levitt, graduating to Detective Sergeant Levitt, to report for duty at the 73rd Precinct. George Murdock (last of twelve) makes his eleventh appearance as Lt. Ben Scanlon from Internal Affairs, hardly a welcome presence at the 12th, revealing the news to Captain Miller that he has been promoted to Deputy Inspector, assuming that Barney already knew ("and I had to be the one to tell him?"). Barney stays behind after Harris, Dietrich, and Wojo leave (Wojo gets a hug), reminiscing about absent friends: Gregory Sierra's Chano, who left after the second season (in footage from the pilot episode, opposite Chu Chu Malave); Abe Vigoda's Fish, who left after the third; Linda Lavin's Janice Wentworth, who made quite an impression in only five episodes (footage from "Grand Hotel," opposite Arnold Soboloff); and the late Jack Soo's much missed Nick Yemana, purveyor of bad coffee. Hal Linden switches off the light, and the long running series is suddenly over, with a final notice on the screen: "Goodbye and Thank You From All of Us at the Ol' One Two."

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20 May 1982 (USA) See more »

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