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Police Woman is an American television Police procedural starring Angie Dickinson that ran on NBC for four seasons, from September 13, 1974, to March 29, 1978.

Police Woman is an American television Police procedural starring Angie Dickinson that ran on NBC for four seasons, from September 13, 1974, to March 29, 1978.

Original Release

09/13/1974 on NBC

Cast

Angie Dickinson Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson
Earl Holliman Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard Det. Joe Styles
Susan Gailey Rosie
Ed Bernard Styles
Charles Dierkop Royster
Earl Holliman Sgt. Bill Crowley
John Crawford Chief Parks
John Crawford
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Do You Still Beat Your Wife? Tuesday, 25 October 1977
2 Guns Tuesday, 01 November 1977
3 Means to an End Tuesday, 08 November 1977
4 The Inside Connection Tuesday, 22 November 1977
5 Screams Tuesday, 06 December 1977
6 The Buttercup Killer Tuesday, 13 December 1977
7 Merry Christmas Waldo Wednesday, 14 December 1977
8 Death Game Wednesday, 21 December 1977
9 Ambition Wednesday, 28 December 1977
10 Blind Terror Saturday, 28 July 1979
11 Tigress Wednesday, 11 January 1978
12 Sunset Wednesday, 18 January 1978
13 The Young and the Fair Wednesday, 25 January 1978
14 The Human Rights of Tiki Kim Saturday, 19 August 1989
15 Sixth Sense Wednesday, 16 October 1996
16 Sons Wednesday, 15 February 1978
17 Murder with Pretty People Wednesday, 22 February 1978
18 Battered Teachers Saturday, 16 September 1989
19 A Shadow on the Sea Saturday, 23 September 1989
20 Sweet Kathleen Wednesday, 15 March 1978
21 Flip of a Coin Thursday, 23 March 1978
22 Good Old Uncle Ben Wednesday, 29 March 1978
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Directors

John Newland, Alvin Ganzer, Barry Shear, Corey Allen, David Moessinger, Douglas Benton, Alexander Singer, Richard Benedict, Virgil W. Vogel, Leonard J. Horn, Bernard McEveety, Herschel Daugherty, Alf Kjellin, Jerry London, Arnold Laven, Michael Mann, Robert Vaughn, Charles S. Dubin, Reza Badiyi, Larry Stewart, Barry Crane, E. Arthur Kean, Ernest Pintoff, George Lehr

Writers

Robert L. Collins, Edward DeBlasio, Gregory K. Scott, Douglas Benton, Sean Baine, Daniel B. Ullman, David Moessinger, Frank Telford, Shimon Wincelberg, Max Hodge, Burton Armus, Gabe Essoe, Richard M. Bluel, Irv Pearlberg, Jack M. Casey, Joshua Hanke, Irving Gaynor Neiman, Pat Fielder, Don Balluck, Stanley Roberts, S.S. Schweitzer, John W. Bloch, Rudolph Borchert, E. Arthur Kean, Daniel Benton, Stephen Downing, Jackson Gillis, Scott Swanton, David Dugan, Larry Brody, Elroy Schwartz, Irving Elman, Mark Rodgers, Chester Krumholz, Irve Tunick, Joseph Polizzi, Kenneth Peters, David Dugan, Ralph L. Kelly, Kenette Gfeller

Creators

Robert L. Collins

Cast

Angie Dickinson Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson
Earl Holliman Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard Det. Joe Styles
Susan Gailey Rosie
Ed Bernard Styles
Charles Dierkop Royster
Earl Holliman Sgt. Bill Crowley
John Crawford Chief Parks
John Crawford
John Crawford Captain Parks
C. Lindsay Workman Medical Examiner (as Lindsay Workman)
Val Bisoglio Lt. Marsh
Walt Davis Polygraph Technician
Kandi Keith Harriet Styles
Nicole Kallis Cheryl
Deirdre Lenihan Linda
James A. Watson Jr. Jesse Arnold
David Carlile Bartender
Marianne Bunch Mary Lou

Producers

David Gerber Executive Producer
David Gerber Producer
Douglas Benton Producer
George Lehr Producer
Edward DeBlasio Producer

Editors

Jack Kampschroer, Dann Cahn, Richard M. Sprague, Albert P. Wilson, Dane Clark, John Farrell

1978 Golden Globe Best Actress in a Television Series - Drama Nominated
1978 Emmy Outstanding Lead Actor for a Single Appearance in a Drama or Comedy Series Nominated
1977 Golden Globe Best Actress in a Television Series - Drama Nominated
1977 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Special Musical Material Nominated
1977 Emmy Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Nominated
1976 Golden Globe Best Actress in a Television Series - Drama Nominated
1976 Emmy Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Nominated
1976 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Film Sound Editing - For a Single Episode of a Regular or Limited Series Nominated
1975 Golden Globe Best TV Actress - Drama Won
1975 Emmy Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Nominated
1975 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Special Musical Material Nominated
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