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Cagney and Lacey

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
The conclusion of a two-part story and the end of a phenomenon as the door of the most famous ladies room in TV closes for the last time.
Starring Sharon Gless as Christine Cagney
Tyne Daly as Mary Beth Lacey A Fair Shake - Part 2
As the truth about 'Robert Wright ' emerges, Christine and Mary Beth realise that what began as routine escort duty has become a game of mistrust and official duplicity - a game where their lives have been put on the line.
Written by MAX JACK
Directed by REZA BADIYI
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Contributors

Unknown: Sharon Gless
Unknown: Christine Cagney
Unknown: Tyne Daly
Unknown: Mary Beth Lacey
Unknown: Robert Wright
Unknown: Mary Beth
Written By: Max Jack
Directed By: Reza Badiyi
Harvey: John Karlen
Lt Samuels: Al Waxman
Det Isbecki: Martin Kove
Det Esposito: Robert Hegyes
Sgt Coleman: Harvey Atkin
Det Corassa: Paul Mantee
Det Jordan: Merry Clayton
Duggan: Robert Foxworth
Marquette: Jason Bernard
Rhoda: Sian Barbara Allen






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