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Starsky and Hutch

Synopsis

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Tough and rough - but likeable and friendly. Two young cops walk a tight-rope in the world of crime. starring and Losing Streak
Danger money. Compulsive gambler Vic Rankin is down on his luck and helps himself to 2,000 dollars owed to him by a crooked night-club owner. But unknown to Rankin the money is counterfeit - and he becomes the number one target of a gang with too much at stake to let him live.
Written by ROBERT HOLT Directed by DON WEIS

Contributors

Unknown: Vic Rankin
Written By: Robert Holt
Directed By: Don Weis
as Starsky Paul: Michael Glaser
Hutch: David Soul
Huggy Bear: Antonio Fargas
Capt Dobey: Bernie Hamilton
Evelyn Rankin: Jacqueline Scott
Vic Rankin: Dane Clark
Garth White: Arthur David Roberts
Foote: Zitto Kazann
Belinda: Madlyn Rhue
Toby: Rozelle Gayle
Banker: Frank Geraci
Dealer: Don Sherman

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