Hunter/Flash Point

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Flash Point
Season 4, Episode 4
Airdate October 24, 1987
Production Number 5408
Written by Dallas L. Barnes
based on his novel
"See the Woman"
Directed by Michael Preece
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Flash Point is the fourth episode of the fourth season of Hunter, and the sixty-ninth episode overall.

Starring: Fred Dryer (Sgt. Rick Hunter), Stepfanie Kramer (Sgt. Dee Dee McCall)

Also Starring: Charles Hallahan (Capt. Charles Devane)

Guest Stars: Marland Proctor (Uniformed Officer), Ines Pedroza (Herself), Arthur Rosenberg (Commander Lester D. Cain), Jana Brown (Nurse), Michael Canavan (Officer Bennett), David Blackwood (Doctor), Beau Billingslea (Officer Bolin), Paco Vela (Gas Station Attendent), Leonard Salazar (Himself), Deborah Pratt (Sandra Browning), Rudy Negrete (Himself), Tony Montero (Himself), Héctor Mercado (Santiago Munez), James Lennox (Paramedic), Billy Kane (Himself), Israel Juarbe (Himself), Homeselle Joy (Bus Driver), Richard Hoyt Miller (Truck Driver), Nora Gaye (Hooker), Melba Englander (Bev), Richard Cansino (Luis Delgado), Gregory Sierra (Councilman Elandro), Frank Stancati (Clerk), Melba Englander (Bev), Paco Vala (Gas Station Attendant), Trevor Van Adelsberg (Lab Assistant)


Plot Overview

Riots threaten to erupt after an Hispanic councilman's son is fatally shot during what appears to be a botched traffic stop. Hunter's certain that the boy was shot accidentally in the crossfire between the two cops involved in the stop, one of whom was also killed and the other seriously wounded, and a pair of murderous fugitives who hitched a ride with the boy and his friends. He also discovers that one of the killers stole a badge and gun from one of the officers and must prove all of this to stem any possible rioting.


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