Hill Street Blues/Bangladesh Slowly

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Bangladesh Slowly
Season 5, Episode 5
Airdate November 1, 1984
Production Number 4406
Teleplay by Steven Bochco,
David Milch,
Jeffrey Lewis,
Roger Director
Story by Steven Bochco,
Jeffrey Lewis,
David Milch
Directed by Rick Wallace
Produced by Jeffrey Lewis
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Bangladesh Slowly is the fifth episode of the fifth season of Hill Street Blues, and the eighty-fourth episode overall.

Starring: Daniel J. Travanti (Captain Frank Furillo), Michael Warren (Officer Bobby Hill), Bruce Weitz (Sergeant Mick Belker), Robert Prosky (Sergeant Stan Jablonski), James B. Sikking (Lieutenant Howard Hunter), Joe Spano (Lieutenant Henry Goldblume), Barbara Bosson (Fay Furillo), Taurean Blacque (Detective Neal Washington), Kiel Martin (Detective J.D. LaRue), René Enriquez (Lieutenant Ray Calletano), Robert Hirschfeld (Officer Leo Schnitz), Betty Thomas (Sergeant Lucille Bates), Ed Marinaro (Officer Joe Coffey), Mimi Kuzyk (Detective Patsy Mayo), Ken Olin (Detective Harry Garibaldi)

Charles Haid (Officer Andy Renko)

and Veronica Hamel (Joyce Davenport)

Guest Starring: Michael Biehn (Officer Randall Buttman), Kristen Meadows (Caroline Reynolds), Jon Cypher (Chief Fletcher P. Daniels), Mykel T. Williamson (Officer Ron Garfield), George Wyner (A.D.A. Irvin Bernstein) Maxine Stuart (Mrs. Simmons), Phil Rubenstein (Guy at Salad Bar), Andy Romano (Deputy Chief Warren Briscoe),

Also Starring: Anne-Marie Johnson (Lynn Williams), Arliss Howard (Phil "Slasher" Platt), Bert Rosario (Restaurant Manager)

Co-Starring: Ellen Blake (Natalie DeRoy), Arthur Taxier (IAD Lt. Shipman), Sumant (Vishnu Gulwazi),

with Roxanne Roll (Lotta Gue), Cynthia Steele (Hooker), Crawford Binion (Ted), Omer (Chef), Gokul (Skullery Cook)


Plot Overview


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The Show

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Memorable Moments