Car 54, Where Are You? (1961–1963)
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The Beast Who Walked the Bronx 

Burkholtz, relegated to the Lost & Found for 15 years due to his extreme laxity is the only choice to sub for Capt. Block on his forced two week vacation. The boys mistake his absence from ... See full summary »

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... Officer Gunther Toody
... Officer Francis Muldoon
... Captain Paul Block
... Officer Leo Schnauser
... Captain A. Burkholtz
... Inspector Kerman
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez
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Burkholtz, relegated to the Lost & Found for 15 years due to his extreme laxity is the only choice to sub for Capt. Block on his forced two week vacation. The boys mistake his absence from active duty thinking it's because he was too tough! Written by Bill B.

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18 March 1962 (USA)  »

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The title "The Beast Who Walked the Bronx" is a reference to the film "The Fiend Who Walked the West". See more »

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What Rumors Can Do
30 April 2011 | by See all my reviews

This is one of the classic tales of how a rumor can start, and then snowball and become just about the opposite of the truth. In fact, here it is the exact opposite: a police captain rumored to be a monster but is exactly the opposite.

After Captain Block explodes his boss orders him to a take a much-needed vacation. His replacement is the guy about all the rumors flow - all of them incorrect. How the men of the 53rd precinct react when he arrives in the funny part of the show, and I won't go into details to spoil anything.

Suffice to say that Howard Freeman is great as "Capt. Buckholtz." The episode has some very funny lines in it, by almost all the men in the small precinct.

It also is a good lesson for leaders who bark a lot but have no bite. Before long, your "troops" aren't taking you seriously.


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