Dragnet 3 Seasons 1970
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1. Personnel - The Shooting Wounded by bandits, two officers -- a veteran and a rookie -- fight for their lives while their agonized wives find little comfort in each other.
2. Homicide - The Student Sergeant Friday (Jack Webb) and Officer Gannon (Harry Morgan) discover that their suspect in a double slaying is an ardent reader of stories about strange attitudes toward death.
3. S.I.U. - The Ring In tracking a burglary suspect, Friday and Gannon uncover $25,000 worth of loot hidden in a highly unlikely spot.
4. D.H.Q. - Medical While working out of Central Receiving Hospital, Friday and Gannon must deal with a mentally ill man who threatens violence, a dying assault victim and a "lost" senior citizen.
5. Burglary - Mister A burglary suspect may also be guilty of forgery and bigamy.
6. Juvenile - The Little Pusher Friday and Gannon track down a narcotics supplier whose trail leads to a junior high school and eventually to a hippie's pad.
7. Homicide - Cigarette Butt A homicide suspect is nabbed when the smoking habits of his victim reveal an important clue.
8. D.H.Q. - Missing Persons Working out of Detective Headquarters (D.H.Q.), Friday and Gannon follow an unusual trail seeking a missing juvenile that takes them to a high school, fashion salon, optometrist's office and finally to a psychiatrist.
9. Burglary - Courtroom Friday and Gannon testify in court against three burglary suspects, but their case is in jeopardy over technicalities and a delay in the appearance of the state's key witness.
10. Parolee Friday and Gannon investigate a l4-year-old crime committed by a Colorado prison convict who cannot be released until the Los Angeles hold is cleared.
11. Juvenile Genius A series of business burglaries leads Friday and Gannon to uncover a Fagin-like gang in operation.
12. Bunco - $9,000 Friday and Gannon investigate the claim of an ex-vaudevillian-turned-wino that he was bilked out of money he found on the street.
13. Narco - Missing Hype A 19-year-old former narcotics addict is feared to have returned to dope, and Friday and Gannon are called in to locate the missing teen.
14. Burglary - Helpful Woman Friday and Gannon track down a woman suspect who preys on elderly victims in a rare theft scheme.
15. Homicide - Who Killed Who Working with few clues, Friday and Gannon finally solve a bizarre crime spree when they answer a call about a multiple homicide at an old apartment house.
16. Burglary - The Son Friday and Gannon investigate a burglary in an upper-middle-class neighborhood and trail the suspect through a maze of small-time narcotics operators.
17. A.I.D. - The Weekend Sergeant Friday is a guest of Officer Gannon's for a weekend of rest and recreation, but their plans suffer from constant interruptions.
18. Narco - Pill Maker Friday and Gannon track down the man behind the scenes of trafficking a dangerous personality-changing narcotic.
19. Auto Theft - Dognappers A pair of dognappers steal dogs out of parked cars and then collect high rewards by returning them to their rightful owners.
20. Missing Persons - The Body The body of a young woman is discovered off the Venice Pier, and Friday and Gannon must learn her identity using only two meager clues.
21. Forgery - The Ranger Friday and Gannon question a suspect in a bunco-forgery scheme involving credit cards.
22. D.H.Q. - Night School Friday is nearly forced out of school when he makes an on-campus arrest of a classmate violating narcotics laws.
23. I.A.D. - The Receipt Friday and Gannon investigate two fellow detectives accused of stealing $800 from a dead man.
24. Robbery - The Harassing Wife An angry wife blames several robberies on her ex-convict husband.
25. Burglary - Baseball Friday and Gannon track a safe burglar who commits his crime for "sport."
26. D.H.Q. - The Victims Friday and Gannon investigate a series of crimes, including two homicides, an armed robbery and a purse-snatching.
|Starring||Jack Webb, Harry Morgan|
|Supporting actors||Vic Perrin, Len Wayland, Marshall Reed, Virginia Vincent, James McEachin, Mickey Sholdar, Kelly Sebring, Don Ross|
|Executive Producer||William Stark|
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|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Dragnet is my all time favorite tv shows. I've been watching them over and over again for 50 years. It's amazing the police are faced with very similar problems and crimes today. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Quinn
The characters are witty, fun and intellectuals, which keep the plot interesting to watch.The shows have always been at the highest level of quality.Published 3 months ago by J. Emerson
great show jack webb was the man and the voice...they packed more entertainment in 26 minutes than the major networks do all week !Published 4 months ago by gregg kirbie
What can you say? The genius of Jack Webb. It's perfect. (in it's overwrought, stilted, "schooling you" kinda way)
I recommend all of the Mark VII productions-... Read more
In this 1969-70 Season of DRAGNET, Sgt. Joe Friday (Jack Webb) and his faithful partner, Det. Bill Gannon (Harry Morgan) are back for the final season of television's most... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Taheen Lopez
All good things must come to an end, and Dragnet was no exception - this completes the series and closes out a strange decade in America. Its time, too, was ended.Published 6 months ago by OperaTenor
This was the fourth and final season of this series which was produced in color. Jack Webb had another successful series under his belt. Read morePublished 8 months ago by R. B. Benedictson
I have a lot of favorite shows from the 60's and this is one of those that I can not get enough of. I enjoyed these when the first came out and they are as good now as then. Read morePublished 8 months ago by teenie
I was in grade school when this series ended so you can say I grew up with Friday and Gannon. They, as well as my parents, taught me to respect others and to be responsible for my... Read morePublished 9 months ago by J. L. Alberti