Dragnet 1967 (1967–1970)
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Juvenile: DR-32 

Friday and Gannon have less than two hours to find the dog that bit a little girl five days earlier. Normally, treatment consists of serum injections followed by vaccine inoculations, but ... See full summary »

Director:

Jack Webb

Writers:

Jack Barrett (as Jack E. Barrett), James Doherty
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday
Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Shannon Farnon ... Dorothy Wickersham
Virginia Gregg ... Mrs. Smith
Harry Bartell ... Chief Wayne Johnson
Morris D. Erby Morris D. Erby ... Dr. Carl Felton
Howard Culver ... Dr. Larry Fields
Stuart Nisbet ... Thaddeus White
Ed Deemer Ed Deemer ... Sgt. Fred Norton
Lou Wagner ... Caretaker
Alfred Shelly ... Mike
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Friday and Gannon have less than two hours to find the dog that bit a little girl five days earlier. Normally, treatment consists of serum injections followed by vaccine inoculations, but in this case the girl is highly allergic to the anti-rabies serum and it could kill her. Written by bobbymaxwell

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-G
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Language:

English

Release Date:

27 March 1969 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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As Friday and Gannon desperately look for the veterinarian of the dog, they find him at the UCLA-Tennessee game in the Los Angeles Coliseum. On September 16, 1967, UCLA defeated Tennessee 20-16 at the Coliseum. See more »

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Sherry Wickersham: [Friday and Gannon have located the veterinarian who treated the dogs that bit the little girl. According to the vet, the dogs are healthy] Mommy, do I have to take the medicine now?
Dorothy Wickersham: No, dear. Not now.
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Not bad...
27 November 2009 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

This is a very unusual topic for an episode. Friday and Gannon are working in juvenile and are given a case involving a dog bite. It seems that a young girl was bitten and might have to undergo rabies treatment since they cannot locate the dogs. However, a serious hiccup has occurred--this child is a very rare case, as she's highly allergic to the medication used to treat rabies. So, without the medicine she might die and with it the same might occur. So, it's up to the men to investigate quickly to find the dogs. However, despite their best efforts, the information they have is very scant and the owners cannot be found. Will they find them in time? Overall, not a bad episode at all, though a tad high in the schmaltz department. Still, since the episode involves a somewhat interesting case and is NOT yet another one about community relations or police morale, it's one of the better ones of season 3.


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