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Sergeant Joe Friday (Jack Webb) and Officer Bill Gannon (Harry Morgan) are back for the final season of televisions most influential police drama.
Los Angeles, California. The 1970s. The city is rife with homicide, forgers, bigamists, narcotics operators and even dognappers. Its up to the fine men and women of the LAPD to quell the ever-rising number of crimes and their perpetrators and Friday and Gannon are two of the forces finest. Ladies and gentlemen, the stories you are about to see are true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent. This is Dragnet 1970. Dragnet 1970 would mark the end of an era as Jack Webb would retire his legendary onscreen persona Joe Friday, although he would continue to executive-produce the popular spin-offs Adam-12 and Emergency!
- MPAA rating : s_medNotRated NR (Not Rated)
- Product Dimensions : 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches; 6.4 Ounces
- Item model number : 16347454
- Director : Jack Webb
- Media Format : Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
- Run time : 11 hours
- Release date : April 12, 2011
- Actors : Jack Webb, Harry Morgan
- Studio : Shout Factory
- ASIN : B004IB04S0
- Number of discs : 4
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This is the city, Los Angeles, California. The 1970s. The city is ripe with homicides, forgers, bigamists, narcotics operators and even dognappers. It's up to the fine men and women of the LAPD to quell the ever-rising number of crimes and their perpetrators and Friday and Gannon are 2 of LAPD's finest investigators just like Officer Pete Malloy (Martin Milner) and his hotshot rookie partner Jim Reed (Kent McCord) from ADAM-12 were LAPD's finest patrolmen.
As a matter of fact, cast collide when Malloy & Reed's superior officer, Sgt. MacDonald(Bill Boyett)comes out in the "Personnel: The Shooting" episode meeting up with Friday & Gannon at the hospital pertaining to an officer involved shooting that becomes a homicide investigation.
Ladies and gentlemen, the stories you are about to see are true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent. This is DRAGNET 1970. DRAGNET 1970 would mark the end of an era as Jack Webb would retire his legendary onscreen persona Joe Friday, although he would continue to executive-produce the popular spin-offs like ADAM-12 and EMERGENCY!
It's also sweet being able to see these episodes of DRAGNET complete & uncut & commercial-free that you weren't able to see in reruns on Cozi-TV, ME-TV, Antenna TV, TV Land, and Nickelodeon.
There was also a new version of DRAGNET with Jeff Osterhage as Sgt. Vic Daniels & Bernard White as Det. Carl Molina, which ran in syndication from 1989-91, except Vic Daniels was the narrator & chief character of THE NEW DRAGNET instead of Sgt. Joe Friday just like there was it's spinoff series THE NEW ADAM-12 with Peter Parros as Los Angeles police Officer Gus Grant and Ethan Wayne as Los Angeles police Officer Matt Doyle instead of LAPD patrolmen Pete Malloy (Martin Milner) & his rookie partner Jim Reed Kent McCord) along with the fact that THE NEW ADAM-12 was shown at the same time period as THE NEW DRAGNET, which made THE NEW DRAGNET like a spinoff of THE NEW ADAM-12.
Now I can add this Senior season of DRAGNET to my DVD collection of ADAM-12, CHiPs, HUNTER, and of course my other seasons collection of DRAGNET.
By the way, for those of you rescue me TV show classic fans out there, Warner Bros. is finally releasing CHiPs-Season 3 out on DVD on Tuesday March 3, 2015.
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What's also interesting is how frequently Jack used the same character actors in various episodes. You can look for a solid four or five actors to be different characters every second or third episode.
I burned through these very quickly (half-hour episodes).
Some episodes are a bit too "talky", but I've noted those few, and will probably not watch them again.
Guest stars include Gus from "Leave It To Beaver"!