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Adam-12 Alcohol (1968–1975) Online

Adam-12 Alcohol (1968–1975) Online
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TV Episode / Comedy / Crime / Drama / Mystery
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Directror :
Hollingsworth Morse
Cast :
Martin Milner,Kent McCord,William Boyett
Writer :
Robert A. Cinader,Jack Webb
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TV Episode
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Adam-12 Alcohol (1968–1975) Online

The officers are briefed to be on the lookout for a burglar with a long list of crimes attributed to him. A call about a man who might be the burglar is a friendly drunk at the wrong address who they take in. At the station Mac tells them an Asian woman and her daughter are looking for an old wood stove she gave away not knowing her husband hid his money in it. It was piked up by a yellow truck with one door. They make inquires with the local charities and an antique buyer but with no luck. A call at a phone booth has an obese woman trapped inside who they free with a simple trick. They are called to a stake-out for the burglar and have to go in pursuit of him followed by Reed catching him in a foot chase. During the pursuit Malloy spots the charity truck. They take the woman and daughter to the charity where they recover the money. They end the day with a stop at a bar where Woods is handling the same drunk who has fallen down stairs and injured himself.
Episode complete credited cast:
Martin Milner Martin Milner - Officer Pete Malloy
Kent McCord Kent McCord - Officer Jim Reed
William Boyett William Boyett - Sgt. MacDonald
Dick Van Patten Dick Van Patten - Harry Curtis
Jim B. Smith Jim B. Smith - Investigator Johnson
Vito Scotti Vito Scotti - Charley Prender
Fred Stromsoe Fred Stromsoe - Officer Jerry Woods
Beulah Quo Beulah Quo - Mrs. Tohito
Tracey Lee Tracey Lee - Susan Tohito
Anne Loos Anne Loos - Woman (as Ann Loos)
Peggy Mondo Peggy Mondo - Stacy
Harry Harvey Harry Harvey - Reverend Harvey (as Harry Harvey Sr.)

The exact address where Harry Curtis is being carried out of the bar on a stretcher is 4141 Lankershim Blvd in North Hollywood, Ca. The location is now a restaurant known as Forty one Forty one.

Mac tells Reed and Malloy about a stove containing $4,000.00 was given to a 'junk man' as a donation. In 1974, $4,000.00 had the same buying power as $20,478.35 in 2016. Annual inflation over this period was about 3.96%