Drag Race is changing that, making queer culture accessible anywhere. Moser, Jack Webb Frank Smith Homicide June 19, 1953 1953-06-19 Friday and Smith search for the brutal killer of a 21-year-old woman. We didn't ask these people to come here. Friday and Officer Joe Gannon agreed to appear on a program called Speak Your Mind. Moser November 18, 1958 1958-11-18 Friday and Smith must track a pair of escaped convicts across the Mexican border. Joe Friday, with that voice of his and the way he delivers his lines. When we post a sound clip, it will only stay up 30 days or less! Webb works through lunch with assistant director Sam Roman, October 30, 1953.
Moser December 19, 1957 1957-12-19 Mrs. But when Crist is found dead in a car accident, the two conmen cannot be prosecuted. The trail leads to an ex-prizefighter. Friday and Smith use information from a former con man gone straight to bust the gang. The 4-disc set includes some additional Sherlock Holmes and Dick Tracy movies. A man has to make that decision and he has to make it fast.
The killer uses a time bomb to start a fire and cover up his crime. Dragnet was over, at least in prime time, but the show was already a staple of the syndication market, and would remain so well into the 1960s, under the title Badge 714. The tension, the distrust, the actual hatred, was of such significance that two of the most significant civil disturbances in the history of the nation occurred in this city and both were sparked in some sense by the distrust and the dislike and indeed the hatred of the police. Sammy was 13 here, and he quit acting when he was twenty! Alexander continued as Smith until the program's cancellation in 1959. And the cases are often very grim.
Moser April 23, 1954 1954-04-23 A man is found dead in the gutter. The Big September Man listed on rear cover as The Big September 2. But the dead man, later identified as Charles LeBorg of France, proves not to be J. But good cops like Sgt. Moser September 30, 1958 1958-09-30 Friday and Smith have to watch out for sweet Annie. Dragnet was on both radio and television from December 1951 through February 1957.
Season Contestant Name Age City State. But you have no right to break the law and interfere with the rights of others in so doing. The series gave audience members a feel for the boredom and drudgery, as well as the danger and heroism, of police work. Episodes from the first one-and-a-half seasons are often terrific. And that was a show that was wildly successful in syndication during the 1970s.
Moser April 21, 1959 1959-04-21 A young girl commits suicide after she is tricked by a pair of movie talent scouts who are really operating a prostitution ring. Many thanks to Robert Huggins for creating the grid. Friday and Smith are on the case to find out. Officer Gannon: This is a city on wheels so we have a police department on wheels. The officer was a better shot. And the cost was its relationship with its minority communities, particularly the African American community. I also create a counter to keep track of which season the cast comes from.
Ben Romero whose name was comically mispronounced by almost every witness while being interviewed. Besides, nobody likes to be around a drunk, not even another drunk. Smith and Friday set out to stop the con man. Moser May 23, 1957 1957-05-23 A bakery owner and his daughter are shot down during a robbery. Moser October 15, 1954 1954-10-15 A holdup man is sticking up bars. Even the teenagers at the pool party were thuggish. Moser May 8, 1958 1958-05-08 Friday and Smith are looking for a man who sells fake honeymoon trips to unsuspecting couples.
Moser Frank Smith Robbery September 26, 1952 1952-09-26 Friday must cope with the sudden death of his partner, Ben Romero, as he and his new partner track a pair of escaped convicts. One trigger happy cop making headlines is all it takes to give all police officers a black eye. I'm particularly impressed with the job Ed O'Neil is doing as Joe Friday. The show was also applauded for its positive portrayal of police officers in so much as upon the death of Jack Webb Friday's badge number 714 was retired. Queens leave and re-enter the competition, All Stars seasons exist, etc. Moser June 12, 1958 1958-06-12 A disgruntled ex-con helps Friday and Smith take down a forgery ring that has cashed thousands of dollars in forged payroll checks.
Guess where the additional episodes came from? Speaking of that, I once saw a Dragnet episode from this original version about pedophilia! I always loved Harry Morgan as Bill Gannon with his strange sandwiches which Friday would always shun for a cup of coffee. Could it be the drunk found three blocks away beating his head against a wall? Moser December 30, 1958 1958-12-30 Two con artists are selling phony magazines subscriptions to unsuspecting suckers. The suspect repeatedly tries calling his wife but keeps getting a busy signal because his wife is constantly talking on the phone. Moser March 27, 1958 1958-03-27 An ex-con called The Gentleman Bandit begins working again when he holds up a bank with two helpers. As the son of a smoker who died of lung cancer, I find those pretty hard to take, too. Certainly, Webb himself was getting a little winded by this time.