CHiPs (1977–1983)
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The officers investigate some motorcycle-riding thieves, while Ponch convinces Jon to join a CHP bowling tournament.

Director:

Georg Fenady

Writers:

John Groves, Rick Rosner (creator)

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Erik Estrada ... Officer Frank Poncherello
Larry Wilcox ... Officer Jon Baker
Robert Pine ... Sgt. Joseph Getraer
Brodie Greer Brodie Greer ... Officer Barry Baricza
Lew Saunders Lew Saunders ... Officer Gene Fritz
Reb Brown ... Brouillette
Kay Peters Kay Peters ... Judge Linda
Marty Ingels ... Sidney
Sandra Will Sandra Will ... Sheila
Hubert Noël Hubert Noël ... Citroen Driver (as Hubert Noel)
Yuki Shimoda ... Mr. Wee
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ari Sorko-Ram Ari Sorko-Ram ... Shain (as R.B. Sorko-Ram)
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Storyline

The officers investigate some motorcycle-riding thieves, while Ponch convinces Jon to join a CHP bowling tournament.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 November 1977 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Metrocolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

While discussing Highway Patrol (1955), in a self-depreciating swipe at his own TV show, Jon tells Broderick Crawford "They don't make TV shows like that anymore" to which Crawford replies "Yeah they don't do they?" See more »

Goofs

After the first robbery, the CHP dispatcher calls Ventura Freeway units and advises the 211 suspects from 1300 White Oak were southbound on the Hollywood freeway at Vermont (Avenue). The Ventura Freeway is northwest of that interchange, so the robbers would be going away from it, not towards it. White Oak Avenue intersects the Ventura Freeway, however, it is 16 miles from Hollywood and Vermont Ave. The dispatcher should have said Ventura Freeway and White Oak, which is an actual interchange. See more »

Quotes

Officer Jon Baker: [References Crawford's TV show Highway Patrol] They don't make TV shows like that anymore.
Broderick Crawford: Yeah they don't do they?
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Connections

References Highway Patrol (1955) See more »

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