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Streets of San Francisco: Season 5

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Twenty year veteran Detective Lt. Mike Stone is partnered with young, college educated Inspector Steve Keller who has a lot to learn about being a police detective on the Streets of San Francisco.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Karl Malden, Reubin Collins, Richard Hatch, Stephen Bradley
  • Directors: Walter Grauman, William Hale, Harry Falk, Kenneth Gilbert
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated:
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    Not Rated
  • Studio: Spelling Entertainme
  • DVD Release Date: October 30, 2012
  • Run Time: 1197 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008TMISJ6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,832 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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If you want to enjoy tv from the past, I suggest you try Streets. The plots are easy to follow and the Stone/Keller team really makes the show. Pair this with the talented guest stars, and you will get many hours of enjoyment out of each set. I am also interested to see the Keller replacement in this season. Looking for a gift for that person who has everything? I'll bet they don't have this. Maybe a parent, sibling, or friend who grew up during the 70's.
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I was so pleased to see that a good remastering job has been done on Season 5 and so it is a pleasure to watch and in great colour too - this is the season (the final one at that) where Richard Hatch came in to replace Michael Douglas - I have not watched all discs yet but only skipped quickly through each one to check they all play ok and to check on picture and sound quality and I am very pleased - highly recommended.
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I almost didn't purchase this season of Streets of San Francisco because of the comments about Richard Hatch. I'm glad I decided to give it a try. I found the episodes this season to be some of my favorites and I really enjoyed Richard Hatch and his character. Yes, I missed Michael Douglas, but the show did a good job making the transition and Mr. Hatch did not try to be the second coming of Mr. Douglas. His character was smart and got along well with Mike Stone. The season is well worth the watch and Richard Hatch deserves to be judged in his own right, not compared to his predecessor.
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I 've been waiting for season 5 to be released many years. I like the episode with arnold schwarzenegger " dead lift "
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This series is absolutely one of my favourites. Despite Michael Douglas not being in it Karl Malden is excellent as ever. One of the all time great series and a ice transition from Mike to the new guy.
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Great show. I miss Michael Douglas leaving the show. I watch a couple episodes everyday. Karl Malden iwas a terrific actor as the officer in charge
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I write this review totally unbiased and without nostalgia as I never watched this show during its original ABC run so this series is completely new to me. I bought this because two of my favorite actors of this era had guest spots on this volume. Max Gail ("Barney Miller") plays a rapist with a half-a-million-dollar price tag on his head thanks to the wealthy father (Howard Duff) of his latest victim. Gary Lockwood ("The Lieutenant") shows up as a vengeful ex-con who spent 20 years in prison for a gang initiation gone awry.

While I initially only bought this for those two episodes, the show's sharp writing and impressive guest-star roster drew me in. The installments featuring Jessica Walter and Desi Arnaz Jr. are equally good.

Never a Michael Douglas fan (too smug) or Karl Malden either for that matter, I find Richard Hatch much more engaging even if the scripts give him little to do except deliver exposition. I didn't care much for the Don Johnson episode only because it spends too much time dealing with Mike Stone's (Karl Malden) personal interests as his daughter (Darleen Carr) figures largely into the plot. I've now seen enough episodes to know I don't care for the ones that deal with Stone's home life. I remember seeing Darleen in "Battle of the Network Stars" and she came across as very likeable there, but her character here seems too sweet, even if she is meant to contrast the violence of her father's cases. The episode where she dates motorcycle cop Don Johnson is relatively dull IMO.

The awesome "Who Killed Helen French" episode is one of those episodes that could only have been made in the '70s and has so many intriguing twists and turns you'd swear it was a two-hour episode.
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People who know "The Streets of San Francisco" remember it as a good example of the testosterone-driven '70s cop show in which gritty police detectives or private investigators chase either equally gritty malfeasors or evil rich guys who wore three-piece suits and drove Lincoln Continentals.

People who are unfamiliar with that series or genre may relate to it as the inspiration for the tragically short-lived Zucker Brothers', best known for the classic film comedy "Airplane," hilarious series "Police Squad" and the subsequent "Naked Gun" films.

The recent release of the two-volume DVD set of "Streets'" fifth and final season provides a chance to complete your collection of this great Quinn Martin production. Virtually everyone who watched television in the '60s or '70s at least knew of "The F.B.I.," "Barnaby Jones," and the other hour-long dramas that Martin produced.

"Police Squad" did an excellent job parodying Martin's trademark lurid episode titles and technique of breaking episodes into four or five acts and an epilogue. Episode titles from "Street's" fifth season include "The Thrill Killers," "The Cannibals," and "Chill of Anger."

Before discussing "Streets" further, it is worth mentioning that the complete series set of the '60s Quinn Martin classic "The Fugitive" was also recently released.

"The Fugitive" was a quasi-anthology show that was a slight departure for Martin in that it had the titular fugitive Dr. Richard Kimball helping those in distress while traveling around the country evading arrest and seeking proof of his innocence of the charge that he killed his wife. The final episode of "The Fugitive" truly is one of the best shows ever.
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