|Product Name||Adam-12 Season 4|
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|Long Description||Los Angeles, 1972. A simpler time relative to todays high-tech police dramas, but with material just as compelling storywise. The cases are real and the criminals every bit as desperate, slick and ruthless. Officers Pete Malloy (Martin Milner) and Jim Reed (Kent McCord) hit the mean streets of L.A. running into all sorts of crime . . . from anti-Semitic criminals to assassins to hallucinating drunks: they see it all. A spin-off of the popular NBC TV series Dragnet (both created by the legendary Jack Webb), the show ran for seven seasons on NBC from 1968 1975. Get ready to roll out in the name of protection and service for Season Four of the action-packed police drama Adam-12. Best-selling author and prolific television producer Stephen J. Cannell ( The A-Team , 21 Jump Street ) joined the series this season as head writer and story editor.|
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