L.A. Law/Pilot

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Season 1, Episodes 1 & 2
Airdate September 15, 1986
Production Number 4L01 / 4L02
Written by Steven Bochco &
Terry Louise Fisher
Directed by Gregory Hoblit
Produced by Gregory Hoblit

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Those Lips, That Eye
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Pilot is the first and second episodes of the first season of L.A. Law.

Starring: Harry Hamlin (Michael Kuzak), Corbin Bernsen (Arnie Becker), Jill Eikenberry (Ann Kelsey), Alan Rachins (Douglas Brackman), Michele Greene (Abby Perkins), Jimmy Smits (Victor Sifuentes), Michael Tucker (Stuart Markowitz), Susan Ruttan (Roxanne Melman)

and Richard Dysart (Leland McKenzie)

Guest Starring: Alfre Woodard (Adrienne Moore), Joe Pantoliano (Ralph Cavanaugh), Shannon Wilcox (Lynda Graham), Tom O'Brien (Justin Pregerson), Juanin Clay (Judge Alice Ratakowsky), Rob Knepper (George "Georgia" Buckner), Patrick Cronin (Lester Mestman), Boyd Gaines (Jim Perkins), John Hancock (Judge Richard Armand), Bernie Hern (Judge Sidney Schroeder)

Co-Starring: Mario Van Peebles (Andrew Taylor), Jerry Hardin (D.A. Malcolm Gold), John McCook (Barry Graham), Felton Perry (Lester Tuttle), Mark La Mura (Nick Klein), Tony Soper (Bruce Pollack), Cynthia Harris (Iris Hubbard), Sarah Abrell (Lisa Weston), Cec Verrell (Angela Sipriano), Clarence Felder (Sgt. McKlosky), Anna Maria Poon (D.A. Marilyn Dart), H. Richard Greene (Mitchell Glazer), Megan Gallagher (Leslie Aaron)

Featuring: Patricia Huston (Hilda), Tony DiBenedetto (Detective Duquette), Robert Darnell (Coroner), Gary Werntz (Sam), Annie Abbott (Nita), Dan Chambers (Dick Hobart), Ellen Blake (Elizabeth Brand), Robert Covarrubias (Carlos Hermosillo), Josh Cruze (Emanuel Garcia), Don Swayze (William Dollar), Martha Longley (April), Jack Wells (Martin Garver), Big Yank (Bailiff), Jean-Paul Vignon (Waiter), Phyllis Applegate (Clerk #1), Barry Dennen (Clerk #2), Raechel Donahue (Herself (voice)), Commander Chuck Street (Himself (voice)), Loren Janes (Norman Chaney)


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