Baretta (1975–1978)
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Playin' Police 

Scoey Mitchlll and Alex Rocco play two thugs posing as police detectives to extort money from various people on the margins of society. Some sources say this was the second episode filmed. ... See full summary »

Director:

Don Medford

Writers:

Stephen J. Cannell (created by), Ray Hutcherson
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Robert Blake ... Det. Tony Baretta
Alex Rocco ... Lt. Malone
Scoey Mitchell ... Mike (as Scoey Mitchlll)
Michael D. Roberts ... Rooster
Janus Blythe ... Sara
Chris DeRose Chris DeRose ... 1st Officer (as Christopher DeRose)
John Ward John Ward ... Foley
Chris Mulkey ... Dealer
Bruce M. Fischer ... Desk Clerk
Charles Wagenheim Charles Wagenheim ... Eddie
Nicholas Worth ... Gallman
Cal Haynes Cal Haynes ... 2nd Officer
Jim Gosa Jim Gosa ... Patient
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Scoey Mitchlll and Alex Rocco play two thugs posing as police detectives to extort money from various people on the margins of society. Some sources say this was the second episode filmed. Fans of Rooster will enjoy his larger-than-usual part. Written by Peter Harris

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 May 1977 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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References Mary Poppins (1964) See more »

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Should have been far better
25 April 2016 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

The basic idea is very interesting, hoods impersonating cops. Yes, it had the potential to be far far better. But we don't deal here with ACROSS 110TH STREET, where, remember, gangsters dressed like cops robbed gambling houses belonged to the mob. Here, everything is wasted because we have the social worker Baretta...But this kind of scheme missed in the show. I don't think it had been told before. It remains an acceptable time waster anyway, despite the fact that it sometimes sounds like a comedy; not entirely, but sometimes. I highly preferred the previous seasons of Baretta.

Directed by an uninspired Don Medford, who was not here at his best.


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