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Posted: 8/9/2001 11:12:28 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/9/2001 11:13:54 PM EDT by schv]
Who's your pick for best T.V. Cop? Andy Griffith? Dirty Harry? Chief Wiggum? "?" "?" Why? For what situations?
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Heather Locklear! [IMG]http://www.contrabandent.com/pez/cwm/cwm/la.gif[/IMG]
Link Posted: 8/9/2001 11:43:49 PM EDT
HAMMER! "Trust me, I know what I'm doing" "Lousy commies! You'll lose the arms race, now you'll lose the foot race!"
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Mulldoon. Of Car 54 fame :).
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[Last Edit: 8/9/2001 11:55:26 PM EDT by Ulysse_Nardin_1846]
Originally Posted By ColonelKlink: that is the funniest damn show, i watched the one where he went to the amish community. That was a long time ago.
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"Hey, didn't I see you on a box of oatmeal?"
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Marshall Matt Dillon. mmk
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 12:21:37 AM EDT
Jack Lord in Hawaii 5 0! "Book 'em Danno"
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Barney Fiffe.
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Hondo from SWAT was cool, but he once did a "roll" and it was a stunt double. Streets of SF was good.
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Barney Fife.
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Get a life people...Barney was "Da Man" Just nip it in the BUD......
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Otis, whenever Andy deputized him.
Jack Lord in Hawaii 5 0!
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Another of the Hollywood antis. Eddie
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 3:46:06 AM EDT
Starsky & Hutch Because they drove fast and slid across the hood.
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 4:33:55 AM EDT
Fish! But seriously, it has to be Marshall Matt Dillon. He was a stud and also got the skanky Madam at the end of the show.
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 4:36:27 AM EDT
Raven, ya what was the name of that show? It was on A LONG time ago but was some funny shit. His name was Hammer and he always slept with his gun on its own pillow and kept a LAWS in his trunk. :) Is it ion in reruns anywhere? Also love Dirty Harry for his quick REAL justice and snide remarks with that cool $hit gun of his (the 44automag was nice too.). And finally Chief Wigham, every bad stereotype of a police officer rolled into one for our enjoyment. Cant beat it. BrenLover
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 4:56:17 AM EDT
The dim-witted token white cop on Sanford & Son...
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Miami Vice. Nash Bridge.
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[Last Edit: 8/10/2001 4:58:30 AM EDT by Major-Murphy]
"SGT Dennis Becker" ...Jim Rockford's buddy, who looks up plate numbers for him.
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 5:04:39 AM EDT
Sledgehammer followed by Crockett of Miami Vice (gotta love that Bren Ten)
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 5:25:32 AM EDT
Originally Posted By 1feral1: Jack Lord in Hawaii 5 0! "Book 'em Danno"
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That damn show was antigun and Jack Lord is one of the most antigun actors there is.
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 5:41:27 AM EDT
Lt. Mike Torello from "Crime Story".
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The first partner Sipowicz on "NYPD Blue" had. I forget his name, but he was played by David Caruso. "Hey, don't make me throw you a beatin'" Jarhead out.
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Sgt. Friday of "Dragnet".
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Itn have to be between ADAM12 and Dragnet
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 5:53:39 AM EDT
What the hell are you all thinking! Lenny Brisco (Law and Order for those that don't habla)!!! He is the Greatest! High Performance Tactical Gear! [url]www.Lightfighter.com[/url]
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 5:57:01 AM EDT
Peter Falk as Columbo! Loved his sense of fasion.
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 5:58:33 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Lightfighter: What the hell are you all thinking! Lenny Brisco (Law and Order for those that don't habla)!!! He is the Greatest! High Performance Tactical Gear! [url]www.Lightfighter.com[/url]
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The Brisco character has made quite a few anti-gun, anti-NRA, and anti-AR15 comments.
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 6:19:02 AM EDT
"Pemberton" of "Homicide". He would have got OJ & the Ramseys to confess.
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George Kennedy in "The Blue Knight"!!!!!!! Twirlin' that baton around and beatin' bad guys...
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Kojack...that damn bald head of his(just like me)
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 6:46:56 AM EDT
I am disappointed in all of you. The best all-time TV cop was Steve McGarrett of Hawaii 5-0. He killed a man every week. GunLvr
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 6:50:38 AM EDT
[size=6] Roscoe P. Coaltrain [/size=6] Dukes of Hazzard 'nuf said, Roy D. Mercer
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[Last Edit: 8/10/2001 3:12:23 PM EDT by warlord]
Heather Lockyer's character in William Shatner's TJ Hooker. The show totally anti-gun though, they had a scene where Hooker(william Shatner) says that armour piercing bullet should not be available after the TV characters were attacked by some bad guys, and the handgun bullet was shot at them went thru&thru a heavy commercial trash dumpster. This was at the height of the BS about armour piercing bullets. OR CHiPs with Larry Wilcox and Eric Estrada.
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 7:30:39 AM EDT
Serious cop shows:Cannon,Columbo,Manix,Hardford Files. Comedy: Roscoe P Coletrain, Barney Fiffe Westerns: Maverick,Marshal Dillon,Wagon Train,Bat Masterson,Paladin,The Rebel, Jonny Yumma (loved that sawed off 30/30.) Cheyenne.
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Fred Dryer as "Hunter"
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Denis Leary as Mike McNeil (The Job) I love that dark, angry humor. "Those (pills) and a bottle of Bushmills is the only thing keeping me from taking hostages."
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James Garner in Support your local Sheriff [img]www.homevideos.com/revcom/supshef.jpeg[/img]
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 9:46:49 AM EDT
Originally Posted By 700PSS: Lt. Mike Torello from "Crime Story".
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Originally Posted By SS109: "Pemberton" of "Homicide". He would have got OJ & the Ramseys to confess.
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Mega Dittos to both of the above, those were two great characters on two great shows!!
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 10:11:02 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Lightfighter: What the hell are you all thinking! Lenny Brisco (Law and Order for those that don't habla)!!! He is the Greatest! High Performance Tactical Gear! [url]www.Lightfighter.com[/url]
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damn beat me to it
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 11:24:31 AM EDT
I agree with Lenny Brisco, followed by Belker (Hill Street Blues) for detectives. Reed & Malloy for uniforms.
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Sunny Crocket! [0j]
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Columbo #1 Kojak #2 Baretta #3
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 12:19:19 PM EDT
Originally Posted By LARRYG:
Originally Posted By Lightfighter: What the hell are you all thinking! Lenny Brisco (Law and Order for those that don't habla)!!! He is the Greatest! High Performance Tactical Gear! [url]www.Lightfighter.com[/url]
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The Brisco character has made quite a few anti-gun, anti-NRA, and anti-AR15 comments.
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I have seen a few episodes in my day and don't recall anything that stands out -- He is certainly no Ben and Jerry's, no matter how you look at him. I like TV characters that are like people, not fools or perfection -- like people. High Performance Tactical Gear! [url]www.Lightfighter.com[/url]
Link Posted: 8/10/2001 12:34:30 PM EDT
How come nobody's mentioned David Keith in the short-lived [b][i]High Incident[/i][/b] from about four years ago? BTW, the Lieutenant Mike Torello character of Chicago's MCU on [b][i]Crime Story[/i][/b] was so good, I think, because Dennis Farina was a Chicago P.D. detective prior to starring in that show (Michael Mann had hired him as a consultant for the movie [b][i]Thief[/i][/b] a few years prior, so he went Hollywood). Also a big fan of [b][i]Hammer.[/i][/b] Think my favorite episode was when he was investigating the murders of the Elvis impersonators and had to go undercover. You can rent them at some Blockbusters.
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