Starsky and Hutch

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Starsky & Hutch is an American action television series, which consisted of a 70-minute pilot movie and 92 episodes of 50 minutes each. The show was created by William Blinn, produced by Spelling-Goldberg Productions, and broadcast from April 1975 to... read more
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Starsky & Hutch is an American action television series, which consisted of a 70-minute pilot movie and 92 episodes of 50 minutes each. The show was created by William Blinn, produced by Spelling-Goldberg Productions, and broadcast from April 1975 to May 1979 on the ABC network. It was distributed by Columbia Pictures Television in the United States and, originally, Metromedia Producers Corporation in Canada and some other parts of the world. Sony Pictures Television is now the worldwide distributor for the series. The series also inspired a theatrical film and a video game.

Original Release

04/30/1975 on ABC

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Cast

Antonio Fargas Huggy Bear Brown
David Soul Kenneth Hutchinson
Bernie Hamilton Harold Dobey
Paul Michael Glaser David Starsky
Susan Gailey Karel
Marki Bey Officer Minnie Kaplan
Ken Kercheval Deputy D.A. Clayburn
Peter MacLean Judge Raymond McClellan
Robert Tessier Soldier
William Prince James Marshall Gunther
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Discomania Tuesday, 12 September 1978
2 The Game Tuesday, 19 September 1978
3 Blindfold Tuesday, 26 September 1978
4 Photo Finish Tuesday, 10 October 1978
5 Moonshine Tuesday, 17 October 1978
6 Strange Justice Tuesday, 24 October 1978
7 The Avenger Tuesday, 31 October 1978
8 Dandruff Tuesday, 14 November 1978
9 Black and Blue Tuesday, 21 November 1978
10 The Groupie Tuesday, 28 November 1978
11 Cover Girl Tuesday, 12 December 1978
12 Starsky's Brother Tuesday, 19 December 1978
13 The Golden Angel Tuesday, 16 January 1979
14 Ballad for a Blue Lady Tuesday, 23 January 1979
15 Birds of a Feather Tuesday, 30 January 1979
16 Ninety Pounds of Trouble Tuesday, 06 February 1979
17 Huggy Can't Go Home Tuesday, 13 February 1979
18 Targets Without a Badge: Part 1 Tuesday, 06 March 1979
19 Targets Without a Badge: Part 2 Sunday, 11 March 1979
20 Targets Without a Badge: Part 3 Sunday, 18 March 1979
21 Starsky vs. Hutch Tuesday, 08 May 1979
22 Sweet Revenge Tuesday, 15 May 1979
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Directors

George McCowan, Earl Bellamy, Don Weis, Bob Kelljan, Sutton Roley, Paul Michael Glaser, David Soul, Georg Stanford Brown, Fernando Lamas, Leo Penn, Randal Kleiser, Jack Starrett, Rick Edelstein, Nicholas Sgarro, Gene Nelson, Michael Schultz, Ivan Dixon, William Crain, Charlie Picerni, Rick Edelstein, Arthur Marks, Ivan Nagy, Reza Badiyi, Peter Levin, Nicholas Colasanto, George W. Brooks, William Blinn, Dick Moder

Writers

William Blinn, Rick Edelstein, Michael Fisher, Robert E. Swanson, Edward J. Lakso, Ron Friedman, Fred Freiberger, Rick Edelstein, Joe Reb Moffly, Michael Mann, Robert Dellinger, Robert I. Holt, Don Rene Patterson, Robert Lewin, Steve Fisher, Anthony Yerkovich, Steven Nalevansky, Parke Perine, Robert Earll, Tim Maschler, Benjamin Masselink, Rick Kelbaugh, James Schmerer, William Douglas Lansford, David P. Harmon, Robert C. Dennis, Amanda J. Green, Jeffrey Bloom, Paul Michael Glaser, Christopher Joy, Michael Grais, Mark Victor, Michael MacRae, Arthur Norman, Ralph Wallace Davenport, Jeff Kanter, Alvin R. Friedman, Sam Paley, Bob Barbash, Sidney Green, Arthur Rowe, Mann Rubin, Madeline Di Maggio, George Arthur Bloom, Jackson Gillis, Sidney Ellis, Michael I. Wagner, Daniel B. Ullman, Kathy Donnell, Richard M. Bluel, Pat Fielder, Tom Bagen, Don Balluck, Donald R. Boyle, Wanda Coleman, Norman Borisoff

Creators

William Blinn

Cast

Antonio Fargas Huggy Bear Brown
David Soul Kenneth Hutchinson
Bernie Hamilton Harold Dobey
Paul Michael Glaser David Starsky
Susan Gailey Karel
Marki Bey Officer Minnie Kaplan
Ken Kercheval Deputy D.A. Clayburn
Peter MacLean Judge Raymond McClellan
Robert Tessier Soldier
William Prince James Marshall Gunther
Joan Roberts Nancy
Bobbie Mitchell Diane Sills
Troas Hayes Mardean Rigger
Dawna Shove Nun
Stefanie Auerbach Nurse
Gari Hardy Lily
Sandie Newton Flower Girl
Guillermo San Juan Kiko Ramos
Sonny Klein Fireball Cannon
K.C. Ligon Patty Nash

Producers

Editors

George W. Brooks, Robert Moore, Asa Boyd Clark, Donald R. Rode, Ray Daniels, Howard Kunin, Jules Nayfack, Jodie Copelan, Allan Jacobs, Jerry Dronsky, Fabien D. Tordjmann

1978 Golden Globe Best Television Series - Drama Nominated
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