Baretta (1975–1978)
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Don't Kill the Sparrows 

Don't Kill the Sparrows.

Director:

Don Medford

Writers:

Stephen J. Cannell (created by), Alan Godfrey | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Robert Blake ... Det. Tony Baretta
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cheri Caffaro ... Lorene Cooper
Karen Carr Karen Carr ... Dolly (as Karen Glow Carr)
Sharon Cintron Sharon Cintron ... Mimi
Stephen Davies ... Joey Baker
Eddie Egan ... Thompson
Bennye Gatteys Bennye Gatteys ... Janice
Stacy Keach Sr. ... Heyman
Frank Sivero ... Fergus
Will Walker Will Walker ... Charlie Grady (as Will Macintyre Walker)
John Ward John Ward ... Foley
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Don't Kill the Sparrows.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 January 1977 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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In one of the most unusually cast segments of the series, ultra-violent drive-in movie star Cheri Caffaro (of the "Ginger" films, still popular as collected in DVD sets) makes a rare TV appearance as Blake's leading lady. See more »

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I'm in the Mood for Love
(uncredited)
Written by Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields
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Most interesting in the series so far.
21 March 2016 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

Terrific action packed opening scene, at night, in the street, where Baretta catches a drug dealer who tried to escape in his car. But appears that the "dealer" was actually an undercover fed. A federal agent - FBI. But Baretta insists that the "fed" carried money and dop. So was he a crooked cop or really an undercover agent? But there is a problem, two bystanders, two junkies, the clients of the "dealer", who also realize that the guy was a cop, but who don't realize that they can be a potential threat for him. You see, no one has to know - except Baretta - that the "dealer" is an undercover. Especially the underworld. I have never seen such an interesting scheme, even in a film. At least, since a very long time. Splendidly directed by the prolific TV vet Don Medford.


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