Dragnet 1967 (1967–1970)
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Homicide: Who Killed Who? 

A horrifying mass murder at a rooming house leaves no discernible suspects, unless a witness who fled the scene can be found. Meanwhile, still another corpse shows up in an upstairs bedroom.




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Episode complete credited cast:
... Sergeant Joe Friday
... Officer Bill Gannon
... Captain Brown
... Paul Woods
... Sgt. Hughes
Don Ross ... Sgt. Doherty
... Jerry
Dennis McCarthy ... Phil
Ed Deemer ... Off. Bob Arnold
Alfred Shelly ... Carl Freeman
Byron Bradley ... Off. Jim Smith


Friday and Gannon are called in to investigate a shooting at a notorious rooming house. When they get there they find two dead and the building manager barely hanging on (eventually dying at the hospital) and giving a very cryptic clue to Friday of "oft one". Friday must then try to figure out not only who killed the three men as well as what triggered it. Friday also has to deal with the press and trying to give them as much information as he can without giving out too much before the case can be fully investigated. Written by Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>

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Crime | Drama | Mystery




Release Date:

29 January 1970 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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This is one of the very few episodes that ends with no one having been charged with a crime. See more »


A shirt worn by a gunshot victim has a bullet hole, but no bloodstain. See more »

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30 November 2009 | by See all my reviews

The show begins in an apartment building. Three people are found dead and a fourth is found dead later. The detectives are stumped, as they can't find the murder weapon and there are no apparent witnesses. What happened and why are pretty weird and eventually they piece it all together.

I dunno. This episode didn't do much for me. Despite having four dead victims (a first for "Dragnet"--a show which rarely had murders), the episode didn't interest me all that much. I think the reason is that although there was a lot of mayhem, none of it was seen by the audience and it was only described after the fact. The experience seemed a lot like someone reading and describing the comics page from the newspaper--it loses a lot in the translation.

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