Hunter (1984–1991)
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62 Hrs. of Terror 

Hunter and McCall are called to investigate the car bombing of a Middle-Eastern consulate member for which a student terrorist group claims responsibility.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Det. Sgt. Rick Hunter
... Det. Sgt. Dee Dee McCall
... Dhari Ziad
Rod Arrants ... Harry Malone
... Hasseb Hamza
Allen Williams ... Agent Larry Jurgen
... Lt. Ambrose Finn
Freeman King ... Black Uniform Cop
Ben Slack ... Kesselman
J.P. Bumstead ... Agent Bingham
Richard Beauchamp ... Carlos
Tom Henschel ... Crossdresser
... Student Spokesman
Dallas Cole ... Tracy McKeon
... The Detective
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Hunter and McCall are called to investigate the car bombing of a Middle-Eastern consulate member for which a student terrorist group claims responsibility.

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15 February 1986 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The catch phrase of Hunter (1984) by Fred Dryer is "works for me".The FBI character played by J.P. Bumstead uses the phrase at the end. See more »

Goofs

Hunter chases a bad guy who stole a 4x4 truck. While Hunter drives up a narrow two lane side road, the truck appears on the horizon and is racing down the hill directly at him. While Hunter attempts to back up, the truck smashes into the front of Hunter's blue Plymouth, buckling the hood. The next point of view camera shot from inside Hunter's vehicle shows that he is driving a vehicle with an undamaged hood. After Hunter turns around, they next race down the hill, but the truck catches up and once more smashes into Hunter's car, but this time into the rear causing significantly noticeable damage. However, the next wide shot shows the rear of both vehicles side-by-side racing in front of the camera. Again from this camera point of view shot, Hunter's car has no rear damage while the truck sideswipes Hunter's car. See more »

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