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Targets Without a Badge (2 & 3)
Season 4, Episodes 19 & 20
Airdate March 11, 1979
Teleplay by Joe Reb Moffly
Story by Jeffrey Bloom and
Steven Nalevansky
Directed by Earl Bellamy
Produced by Joseph T. Naar
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Targets Without a Badge (2 & 3) is the nineteenth and twentieth episodes of the fourth season of Starsky & Hutch, and the eighty-ninth and ninetieth episodes overall.

Starring: David Soul (Det. Sgt. Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson), Paul Michael Glaser (Det. Sgt. Dave Starsky)

and Antonio Fargas (Huggy Bear), Bernie Hamilton (Capt. Harold Dobey)

Guest Starring: Ken Kercheval (Deputy District Attorney Clayburn), Robert Tessier (Soldier), Lee Bryant (Karen Foster), Troas Hayes (Mardean Rigger), Angus Duncan (FBI Agent Waldheim), Dave Shelley (), Richard Herd (FBI Agent Smithers)

Special Guest Appearance: Peter MacLean (Judge Raymond McClellan)

Special Guest Stars: Hilary Thompson (Laura Anderson), Bert Remsen (Franklin Anderson), Alexander Courtney ()

and William Prince (James Gunther)

Co-Starring: Sandie Newton (Flower Girl), Barbara Ann Walters (Policewoman)

and Peter Jason (Fred Oates)

with Gino Conforti (Blaze), Joan Roberts (Nancy), Catherine Campbell (Miss Evers), Ben Young (Dodds)

and Darrell Zwerling (Mr. Gore)

Charles Picerni (Alex), Chuck Hicks (Marty), Lonny Stevens (Reporter), William Vaughan (Security Guard)

and La Wanda Page (Mrs. Swayder)


Plot Overview

When Huggy's friend is killed before he can testify, Starsky & Hutch lose their case against the crooked judge and end up losing Huggy's friendship.


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