Police Story (1973–1987)
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Detectives Tony Calabrese and Bert Jameson try to hold onto a charming bank robber, which proves to be more difficult than actually catching him.

Director:

Virgil W. Vogel

Writers:

Joseph Wambaugh (creator), Sy Salkowitz | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tony Lo Bianco ... Tony Calabrese
Don Meredith ... Bert Jameson
David Doyle ... Harry Dunnhill
Bettye Ackerman ... Martha Dunnhill
Rod Cameron ... Lieutenant Tracey
Michael Callan ... Willie
Joanna Pettet ... Adria
Larry Hagman ... Alan Robert Richardson
Claudette Nevins ... Ellen Calabrese
Barry Atwater ... Lieutenant Harmon
Kenneth Tobey ... Det. Fowler
Lynnette Mettey Lynnette Mettey ... Waitress #2
Walter Burke ... Joey
Beverly Adams ... Alicia
Tom Reese ... Warder
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Detectives Tony Calabrese and Bert Jameson try to hold onto a charming bank robber, which proves to be more difficult than actually catching him.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 October 1974 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Don Meredith says his character Sgt. Jameson has been on the department for 16 years. See more »

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Great teaming of Meredith and LoBianco as partners
24 June 2009 | by sodbuster-3See all my reviews

This is one of several episodes that feature partners Tony Calabrese (LoBianco)and Bert Jameson (Meredith),the totally irreverent, but fiercely loyal, robbery/homicide detectives. The chemistry between these two and their hilarious good cop-bad cop routines with suspects and civilians alike, make these episodes some of the most memorable of the anthology series. The sense of how close partners become, and how important the bond between them is to their survival, even to the exclusion of spouses, is very clear. If you ever thought Don Meredith was just a country-boy quarterback or color commentator to Howard Cosell and Frank Gifford, you should watch him in this role. IMHO.


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