Dragnet 3 Seasons 1967
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1. The Grenade Sergeant Friday and Officer Gannon are called to a theater to investigate an acid-throwing incident.
2. The Shooting Board Sergeant Friday is in real trouble when he shoots and kills a man.
3. The Badge Racket A Midwestern businessman is swindled by shakedown artists who pose as vice officers.
4. The Bank Jobs A bank robber forces female passersby to help scoop money into a pillowcase.
5. The Big Neighbor Sergeant Friday and Officer Gannon can't enjoy a quiet football game.
6. The Big Frustration A l3-year veteran on the force suddenly turns to alcohol.
7. The Senior Citizen A daring daytime burglar takes only light and easy-to-carry items and leaves no clues.
8. The Big High A wealthy businessman asks police to help stop his 22-year-old daughter and son-in-law from their use of narcotics.
9. The Big Ad An ex-con advertises in a newspaper that he will "do anything" for $1,000.
10. The Missing Realtor A female realtor has gone missing.
11. The Big Dog Sergeant Friday and Officer Gannon have a stakeout with policewoman assisting in unusual case.
12. The Pyramid Swindle An evangelist-type woman lures prospectors into an illegal moneymaking scheme.
13. The Phony Police Racket A tavern owner is the first to report being swindled by men who represent themselves as policemen.
14. The Trail Board Eyewitnesses claim they saw a police officer accept money from a known bookie.
15. The Christmas Story A Christ-child statue is stolen from the old San Fernando Mission Church.
16. The Big Shipment When a plane crashes, large amounts of marijuana and other narcotics are found aboard.
17. The Search Two young daughters disappear from their mother's front yard and the mother becomes consumed by fear.
18. The Prophet Brother William leads a psychedelic cult at his Temple of the Expanded Mind.
19. The Big Amateur A mysterious "Officer Dengle" wins a businessman club's "411 American Policeman" Award.
20. The Starlet A teenage girl runs away from her hometown to become a movie star and blazes a trail to tragedy.
21. The Big Clan The Gypsy King is dead, and a woman and her son-in-law claim to be his successor.
22. The Little Victim A small child is injured after allegedly falling down the stairs.
23. The Squeeze An ex-con chooses an electronics executive as a target for extortion.
24. The Suicide Attempt When a man calls from an undisclosed location threatening to kill himself.
25. The Big Departure Hippies claiming to be self-sufficient burglarize a grocery store.
26. The Investigation Sergeant Friday and Officer Gannon check out a new applicant to the Los Angeles Police Academy.
27. The Gambler A small industrial firm reports that $100,000 has been embezzled.
28. The Big Problem Police brutality? That's what an African American couple calls it when they are stopped by police as burglary suspects.
|Starring||Jack Webb, Harry Morgan|
|Supporting actors||George Fenneman, John Stephenson, Don Ross, Clark Howat, Art Balinger, Alfred Shelly, Art Gilmore, Virginia Gregg, Howard Culver, Bert Holland, Ed Deemer, Marco López, Len Wayland, Olan Soule, William Boyett, Peggy Webber, Stacy Harris, Kent McCord|
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|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
I was so happy to finally see a continuation of the Dragnet seasons being released on DVD !!!
Episodes look great and the set's packaging is just right, and thanks to Shout Factory for supplying a corrected Disc One to me in the UK so quickly.
I loved the show and fell it is a classic cop show and would recommend it to all cop show fans.
my husband likes the old TV show and can now watch at his leisure.Published 23 days ago by Maria Stockwell
Jack Webb is awsome. Consistent message. Bad guys are punished. Interesting stories. Same formula with same character actors. Well done.Published 2 months ago by Robert Siemion
One of the best ole time series..a must have. it is great..I have all now. Complete series you will not regretPublished 2 months ago by E. Durr