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Streets of San Francisco: Season 3, Vol. 2

4.8 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

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Twenty year veteran Detective Lt. Mike Stone (Karl Malden) is partnered with young, college educated Inspector Steve Keller (Michael Douglas) 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, Michael Douglas, Reuben Collins, Stephen Bradley, Darleen Carr
  • Directors: Virgil W. Vogel, Walter Grauman, William Hale, Harry Falk, Seymour Robbie
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: July 3, 2012
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007R915PG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,224 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Streets of San Francisco: Season 3, Vol. 2" on IMDb

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The Streets of San Francisco was a riveting, well-written detective series with the combined acting talents of Karl Malden and Michael Douglas, as well as the gorgeous scenery of beautiful bayside San Francisco. Below is a list of all the episodes on this Season 3 Volume 2 3-DVD set with their featured guest stars:

Disc 1

The Twenty-Five Caliber Plague - Jonathan Lippe, Robert Webber
Mister Nobody - Sam Jaffe, Luther Adler
False Witness - A. Martinez, Malachi Throne
Letters from the Grave - Peter Strauss, William Windom

Disc 2

Endgame - Darleen Carr, Tim O'Connor
Ten Dollar Murder - Jerry Douglas, Carol Rossen
The Programming of Charlie Blake - Sharon Acker, Dean Stockwell
River of Fear - Peter Haskell, Paul Fix

Disc 3

Asylum - Robert Walker, Belinda J. Montgomery
Labyrinth - Julie Adams, Don Gordon
Solitaire - Tony LoBianco, Sabrina Scharf
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The Streets of San Francisco was and still is one of my favorite cop shows of all time. This was about real police work and about the relationship between two cops of different generations and how well they worked together. Micheal Douglas, son of the great actor Kirk Douglas shows that he has his own star power and knows how to handle it. Karl Malden, one of the great ones, juggles well the roles of superior commander, big brother and at times even father figure in the relationship of Steeve Keller and Mike Stone. It is television at it's finest and the actors, from guest stars to special guest stars and even the extras were of the finest quality.
For those of us who remember it it's a must have. For those who come after, give it a chance and watch television portray reality, before the time of special effects and the unbelievable survivals of exaggerated car explosions. Come to the time when actors were able to make you believe that these people existed and that the story you are seeing is true, even if it wasn't.
One of my old teachers told the class once that an actor has to be able to make you believe that you are watching a true event unfolding before your eyes. That the person you are watching really does exist. Well, that is exactly what Quinn Martin Productions brought to the television screen. And the actors of that time were able to pull it off beautifully!
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Season 3-Part 2 of "The Streets of San Francisco" (one of my all-time favorite crime dramas from the 1970's arrives in stores on July 3rd, 2012. After nearly a 4 year wait fans can finally watch the series on DVD and enjoy it for posterity. The writing in season 3 was first-rate with some amazing guest stars who graced our screens which made season 3 of "Streets" so unforgettable. No bonus features are included.

The last 11 episodes of Season 3 along with their airdates are:

1. "The Twenty-Five Caliber Plague", Dec. 12, 1974
2. "Mister Nobody", Dec. 19, 1974
3. "False Witness", Jan. 9, 1975
4. "Letters From the Grave", Jan. 16, 1975
5. "Endgame", Jan. 23, 1975
6. "Ten Dollar Murder", Jan. 30, 1975
7. "The Programming of Charlie Blake", Feb. 6, 1975
8. "River of Fear", Feb. 13, 1975
9. "Asylum", Feb. 20, 1975
10. "Labyrinth", Feb. 27, 1975
11. "Solitaire", March 13, 1975
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The critics may never have considered this as one of the great television cop shows but to me it remains as one of my all time favorites. Always loved the style of Quinn Martin productions and this one benefitted from the excellent casting of Karl Malden (an actor and man I have always admired) and Michael Douglas but most of all, the streets and city of San Francisco. The shows in retrospect were probably fairly routine but with the wonderful chemistry between Malden and Douglas and the endless fascinating sights of the city by the bay, this series could hardly fail. This second half of season three incorporates eleven episodes from 1974-1975 and among the many fine guest stars are Robert Webber, Sam Jaffe, Luther Adler, John Kerr, Peter Strauss, William Windom, Darleen Carr (reprising as Malden's daughter), Dean Stockwell, Peter Haskell, Robert Walker, James Olson, Julie Adams, Michael Strong and Tony LoBianco. These episodes made some forty years hold up exceptionally well and are still great viewing.
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This video is of great quality and a must for fans of the show. When you watch these episodes, you feel like you are back on the 70's. Shows from the 70's were among the best ever shown on TV. Thank you for bringing this gem back!
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As a great fan of "Streets of San Francisco" when it aired, I was surprised to see that this third season of the series seems to lag a bit from the standard set by the first two. Malden and Douglas are still excellent, but the scripts are less interesting (one even includes an entirely unrelated subplot which is never resolved ... one has the feeling the director just needed filler). Since one of the great pleasures of the series (for this former San Francisco resident) is its use of locations around the City, it was disappointing that this season makes far less creative use of those locations -- one episode even takes place almost entirely in another county. I also became more aware, from the perspective of today's "procedurals," of how simplistic the treatment of police work is. And the production values, which were state of the art when the series aired, now seem fairly primitive. But if you love being taken back to that time, and if you've "left your heart in San Francisco" as I have, this is still a good ride.
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