Hunter (1984–1991)
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The Fourth Man 

A few years ago Hunter and 3 other cops busted some drug dealers. The surviving member of the gang claims that there 4 million dollars more than what was turned into evidence. So all four ... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Det. Sgt. Rick Hunter
... Det. Sgt. Dee Dee McCall
... Capt. Charles Devane
John Carter ... Captain James McBride
Darnell Williams ... Ellis Riley
... Russ Tolson
... Lt. Ambrose Finn
... Vanessa Riley
... Cmdr. George Dryden
Peter Crook ... Gordon
... Sporty James
... Donna Williams
Armand Asselin ... Walter Chandler
... Akerman
... Apartment Manager
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A few years ago Hunter and 3 other cops busted some drug dealers. The surviving member of the gang claims that there 4 million dollars more than what was turned into evidence. So all four cops were investigated, while Hunter was cleared the other 3 were not, although they were not prosecuted, they were still black balled. It was speculated that because 4 million was missing that there was a fourth member. When one of the three cops was killed, Hunter is being investigated again. And the surviving gang member has just been released from prison. So there's speculation that he's getting back at them. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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26 March 1988 (USA)  »

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