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First showing on ; network television.
Starring Dan Aykroyd Tom Hanks
When Los Angeles is confronted with a series of i bizarre crimes, Detective Joe Friday and his uncoventional new partner Pep Streebek have only one clue - cards left at the scene bearing the name PAGAN - people against goodness and normalcy. Those are 'just the facts' in this fast-moving comedy thriller featuring the stars of Ghostbusters and Big.
Screenplay Dan Aykroyd Director Tom Mankiewicz
0 BARRY NORMAN : page 28


Unknown: Dan Aykroyd
Unknown: Tom Hanks
Unknown: Pep Streebek
Unknown: Dan Aykroyd
Director: Tom Mankiewicz
Unknown: Barry Norman
Det Sgt Joe Friday: Dan Aykroyd
Pep Streebek: Tom Hanks
Rev Whirley: , Christopher Plummer
Gannon: Harry Morgan
Connie Swail: Alexandra Paul
EmilMmz: Jack O'Halloran
Jane Kirkpatrick: Elizabeth Ashley
Jerry Caesar: Dabney Coleman

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