Starsky and Hutch (1975–1979)
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Starsky and Hutch uncover the man and motive behind a series of stripper slayings.

Director:

William Crain

Writers:

William Blinn (creator), Robert C. Dennis
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David Soul ... Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson
Paul Michael Glaser ... Det. Dave Starsky
Antonio Fargas ... Huggy Bear
Bernie Hamilton ... Capt. Harold Dobey
Ivor Francis ... Anton Rusz
Milt Kogan ... Manny
Lenore Kasdorf Lenore Kasdorf ... Kathi
Suzanne Charny Suzanne Charny ... Ginger
Vincent Baggetta Vincent Baggetta ... Jerry Neilan
Roz Kelly ... Francine
Walter Brooke ... David Delano
Vince Martorano ... Lou Posey
Chuck Bergansky Chuck Bergansky ... Arnold
Rosanne Katon ... Sonja
Chuck Hicks ... Jimmy Lee Cronin
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Starsky and Hutch uncover the man and motive behind a series of stripper slayings.

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Genres:

Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 October 1975 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The exterior shot of Hutch house is the same house as Toni Basil's house in Mother, Jugs, and Speed. See more »

Goofs

(at approx. 9:58 mins) it's Charlie Picerni , stunt double and driver double for Paul Michael Glaser that drives up in Starsky's car with Gary Epper, stunt double for David Soul getting out of the passenger seat. During the subsequent fight scene, Charlie Picerni pops out of the shrubs but the lines, "Hey man. Come on, man.", are dubbed by Paul Michael Glaser. See more »

Soundtracks

Black Bean Soup
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Written by Gardner McKay and David Soul
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This is one of my favorite episodes from the first season
13 September 2006 | by mineralsSee all my reviews

I really liked this episode because it shows in a way how a person cares about others. That elderly man Anton who had a workshop next door to that night club cared for those women by trying to warn them of the danger that was going to happen. It was amazing although Anton had broken a law by hooking his shop phone up to that pay phone it was a good thing because he overheard those other two men wanting to hurt the women because of how one of them had spotted one of those men murdering someone else. I liked how Starsky and Hutch were able to prove that Anton was not the murderer and how he was trying to warn the girls of the danger they were in and not trying to scare them. I liked it when they caught those two evil men and at the end they had the remaining girls, the club owner, Anton, and Huggy Bear all at Hutch's house for a special Treat that Anton had cooked for them. I really liked this episode because it shows how sometimes a person has to break one law to stop someone from breaking a more serious law.


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