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Speedway Fever 

"Speedway Fever" is an episode of CHiPs starring Erik Estrada, Tom Reilly, and Robert Pine. While Bobby and Ponch chase after a gang of high-speed motorcycle bandits, a young cadet at the CHP academy chooses between his career and his family.

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Officer Frank Poncherello
Tom Reilly ... Officer Bobby 'Hot Dog' Nelson
... Sgt. Joseph Getraer
... Officer Arthur Grossman
... Harlan Arliss
... Ed
Katherine Moffat ... Jean (as Kitty Moffat)
... Ernie
... Ray
... Cadet Bruce Nelson
Tina Gayle ... Officer Kathy Linahan
Lawrence Cook ... Sgt. Murdock
... Gus
Daniel Currie ... Captain Doyle
Genie Keep ... Mandi
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While Bobby and Ponch chase after a gang of high-speed motorcycle bandits, a young cadet at the CHP academy chooses between his career and his family.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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7 November 1982 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

First credited appearance for Moon Unit Zappa in TV or film. Her appearance was to capitalize on the popularity of the single "Valley Girl", which she and her father Frank Zappa had recorded and had been a Top 40 hit at the time of filming, and which turned a regional California clique into a national phenomenon. See more »

Goofs

Several times a character is shown as going to and from the CHP Academy to the Los Angeles area in a short period of time. In fact, the academy as it existed in 1983 (it was relocated in 1974) is about 6 hours away from Los Angeles in the Sacremento area, so a round trip would take about 12 hours. See more »

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Valley Talk
Music by Carol Connors Lyrics by Gerald Sanford and Paul Mason
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