Adam-12 (1968)

Adam-12 (1968)

Another reality based television series from Jack Webb (Dragnet, Emergency), Adam-12 was the first TV series to more realistically portray the joys & frustrations of being a police officer in the late 1960's-early 1970's. This attention to detail made the show a catalyst for uncounted numbers of people to enter law enforcement agencies when they became adults.

Adam-12 was the radio call number of the unit that Malloy & Reed worked. In Los Angeles, the first digit (1), represented the division assigned. "Adam" is the LAPD designation for a 2-person patrol unit; "12" was the beat area assigned. Although, Malloy & Reed could be seen patrolling the streets anywhere in L.A. from Downtown to the Valley, they retained the number division #1, no matter where they were. In reality, you work the same district each day and are assigned a zone in that district.

The police station used throughout the series was the newly-built (at the time) Rampart Station.

Episode Info

Final: 7x24 -- Something Worth Dying For (2) (May/20/1975)

Available Episodes

The Wednesday Warrio..
Mar 15, 1972
Season 4 episode 24

Mar 08, 1972
Season 4 episode 23

Who Won?
Mar 01, 1972
Season 4 episode 22

Back-Up One L-20
Feb 23, 1972
Season 4 episode 21

Feb 16, 1972
Season 4 episode 20

Mary Hong Loves Tomm..
Feb 09, 1972
Season 4 episode 19

Feb 02, 1972
Season 4 episode 18

Martin MilnerMartin Milner
As Officer Pete Malloy
Kent McCordKent McCord
As Officer Jim Reed

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Recurring Guests

William Boyett as Sergeant MacDonald (16 eps)
William Stevens as Off. Jerry Walters (10 eps)
Kenneth Washington as Miller (8 eps)
Art Gilmore as Lt. Van Wangsgard (8 eps)
Robert Donner as Teejay (6 eps)
Robert Rothwell as Russo (6 eps)
Jack Hogan as Sgt. Jerry Miller (5 eps)
Claude Johnson as Officer Johnson (5 eps)
Fred Stromsoe as Suspect (4 eps)
Dan Ferrone as Dan Fenster (4 eps)

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