Police Woman (1974–1978)
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Do You Still Beat Your Wife? 

Pepper and Bill help a battered wife who refuses to press charges against her husband.


Corey Allen


Robert L. Collins (creator) (as Robert Collins), Edward DeBlasio (as Edward De Blasio)


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson
Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles
Dee Wallace ... Shana Fayette
Don Reid ... Paul Fayette
Joyce Brothers ... Dr. Harper (as Dr. Joyce Brothers)
Pat Carroll ... Miriam Stein
Lesley Woods ... Emma Fayette
Robert Ritchie Robert Ritchie ... Newscaster
Marianne Bunch ... Mary Lou
Carol Locatell ... Cathy Leonard (as Carol Lawson Locatell)
Habib Ageli Habib Ageli ... Dr. Gupta
Joseph V. Perry Joseph V. Perry ... Sgt. Reichler (as Joe Perry)
Dennis Robertson Dennis Robertson ... Medical Examiner


Pepper and Bill help a battered wife who refuses to press charges against her husband.

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Action | Crime | Drama







Release Date:

25 October 1977 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Convincing domestic drama
3 November 2016 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

This story is not really a cop show, although cops are involved. This time, Peeper is not undercover in a gang or in a criminal ring, but impersonates a female friend of a husband who beats his wife. Nothing more, but everything here is highly convincing, especially the woman beater's mother who explains many things about her son's behaviour. That's an unusual and agreeable episode. Don't miss the characterization and also forget the action line that you will hardly see anyway. No car chases and that changes. As I wrote for the summary line, that's nothing more than a domestic drama, which may be more than realistic and appropriate than the other topics of this TV show. And many persons can also feel themselves more than concerned by this scheme, more than they could be with the usual crime topics of the other episodes, involving gangsters.

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