Hec Ramsey (1972–1974)
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The Detroit Connection 

Hec sets out to take down the Detroit crime syndicate who plotted an oil driller's murder.

Director:

Nicholas Colasanto

Writers:

Harold Jack Bloom (created by), Joseph Calvelli
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Boone ... Hec Ramsey
Rick Lenz ... Chief Oliver Stamp
Harry Morgan ... Doc Amos B.Coogan
Angie Dickinson ... Sarah Detweiler
Marshall Thompson ... Judd White
Richard Jordan ... Charles Clavell
Gene Andrusco ... Frank Kirby
Luther Adler ... Victor Bordon
Kim Hunter ... Annie Kirby
Perry Lopez ... Sgt. Juan Mendoza
Frank Campanella Frank Campanella ... Gus
Kelly Thordsen ... Dave Callahan
James V. Christy James V. Christy ... Mike
Victor Izay ... Elijah Miller
Stuart Nisbet ... Willie
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Hec sets out to take down the Detroit crime syndicate who plotted an oil driller's murder.

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Western

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Language:

English

Release Date:

30 December 1973 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Detroit had a population around 300,000 in this era (1902) making it the 13th largest city in America. See more »

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Hec takes on the Mafia
18 March 2012 | by Tony RomeSee all my reviews

Some mobsters from Detroit come to New Prospect and try to buy elected officials. This is what I call the Mafia goes West. Richard Jordan is very good as the cunning, corrupt, devious mobster. Hec pretends that he has never heard of "organized Crime," and cracks a few jokes. This is one of my favorite Hec Ramsey episodes. This show had so many great guest stars. Why Universal never released this on DVD is beyond me, they failed to answer my letter. It is possible that there is a rights issue surrounding the show, possibly tied to Jack Webb's Mark VII company. ***** A well deserved DVD release has been in the waiting too long.


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