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City of Passion: Part 2 

Hunter spends the night at McCall's house after she recieves a threatening phone call from the man known as "Bigfoot", who they were investigating for the rapes. Brad Navarro's wife kicks ... See full summary »


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Frank Lupo (created by), Dallas L. Barnes (novel) | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Fred Dryer ... Det. Sgt. Rick Hunter
Stepfanie Kramer ... Det. Sgt. Dee Dee McCall
Charles Hallahan ... Capt. Charles Devane
Erik Estrada ... Sgt. Brad Navarro
Shelley Taylor Morgan Shelley Taylor Morgan ... Sgt. Kitty O'Hearn
Frederick Coffin ... Lloyd Fredericks
Gail Youngs ... Cathy Navarro
Meg Gibson ... Claire Fredericks (as Margaret Gibson)
Lezlie Deane ... Stacey Tyler
Rosemary Forsyth ... Dr. Paxton
Arthur Rosenberg Arthur Rosenberg ... Commander Lester D. Cain
John Shearin ... Lt. Ambrose Finn
Bruce Kirby ... Chief Edward Stanmore
Robert Colbert ... Internal Affairs
Conrad Bachmann ... Commander Stone


Hunter spends the night at McCall's house after she recieves a threatening phone call from the man known as "Bigfoot", who they were investigating for the rapes. Brad Navarro's wife kicks him out of the house and hits the LAPD with a massive and somewhat humorous lawsuit, claiming their marriage was failing due to Brad's "unusual appetite for sex" due to being paired up with attractive female partners. Hunter's investigation of a missing girl uncovers a local satanic cult, led by the very Judge McCall arrested, who is now accusing her of entrapment. The LAPD conduct a stakeout in an attempt to catch Bigfoot, but he outsmarts them and nearly claims Sgt. McCall as his next victim. Written by Anonymous

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14 November 1987 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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In part II, there would be a rape scene that involved McCall, but Stepfanie Kramer objected to it, since she went through with it in season 2 with Rape and Revenge, parts I and II. She wanted nothing to do with that and Fred Dryer backed her. In the end, the scene was modified. See more »


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Another Scary Night In Los Angeles
11 April 2014 | by Jason Daniel BakerSee all my reviews

Los Angeles cop Detective Sergeant Rick Hunter (Fred Dryer) worries about the safety of Stacey (Lezlie Deane) an underage prostitute who reported a murder committed by a Satanic cult. She refused his offer of protective custody and has been pursued by the cult's henchman 'Scarface' (Hank Stone) across West Hollywood.

Hunter's partner Detective Sergeant Dee Dee McCall (Stepfanie Kramer) remains under a cloud after busting Superior Court Judge Warrick Unger (Robert Reed) for solicitation. He insists to TV news reporters that it was entrapment. She worries about HER reputation in the police community as Internal Affairs investigates her superior Commander Cain (Arthur Rosenberg) who tried to intimidate her and multiple others into quashing the charge against Unger.

The affluent and powerful Satanic cult continues it's ritual abuse of underage prostitutes. Serial rapist 'Bigfoot' (Frederick Coffin) remains on the prowl though McCall has figured out who he really is via solid police work and has units watching him. Police brass are perturbed by obstruction of justice allegations about Commander Cain but are even more perturbed about a $1 million lawsuit filed by the wife of priapismic LAPD Sgt. Brad Navarro (Erik Estrada). She claims they ruined her marriage to him by pairing him with attractive female cops.

This second installment, and middle stanza, of the 'City of Passion' storyline trilogy adapted by Dallas L.Barnes from his novel stands apart from most prime time series TV of the day in that for it to make sense the viewer needs to have seen part 1. TV series back in the 1980s and before it generally had story arcs that were tied up in one episode. At most there might be a two-part episode. A three-parter was unusual and bridge the gap between series and miniseries.

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