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PEE Poll: What is your favorite 1970's Cop Show?
Adam 12   -0 (0%)
CHiPs   -0 (0%)
Barney Miller   -1 (33.3%)
Rockford Files   -1 (33.3%)
Kojak   -1 (33.3%)
Hawaii Five-0   -0 (0%)
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Urban Legend
« : 10-29-2013 13:05 »

I love these kind of shows.  These shows also have some humor in them.  They're the best thing to watch on TV!  Which one of these 1970's Cop Shows is your favorite?   You can see these shows on MeTV.  Most of them anyway.  


Urban Legend
« #1 : 10-29-2013 14:56 »

haven't seen many of them, what little I've seen of Kojak and the rockford Files i've liked

DOOP Secretary
« #2 : 10-29-2013 15:17 »

I like the ones where the characters become cops! :love:

DOOP Secretary
« #3 : 10-29-2013 16:09 »

No Starsky and Hutch?

DOOP Secretary
« #4 : 01-17-2015 19:04 »
« : 01-17-2015 19:07 »

No Starsky and Hutch?

You're all fired!  Turn in your badges and guns....

I have all four seasons of Starsky & Hutch and it still holds up.

My particular favourite was Robert Urich in Vega$....  I have all three seasons of that, and it's a bit of a period piece, mainly because it's standard Aaron Spelling fayre*, but Urich is great in it, and it's great to see Vegas in the 70's....  (for example, he lives in a warehouse behind Circus Circus, and works for the Desert Inn - which has since been bulldozed and is now the Wynn).

* - the pilot was written by Michael Mann...
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