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Rod Taylor and Dennis Cole starred in this short-lived 1971 series as Hank Brackett and Johnny Reach, a pair of adventurers who hired themselves out to the forces of law and order in return for a sizable fee that was determined by them as they required every employer to give them a blank check which they would fill in once the job was completed. The title of the series was taken from Johnny and Hank's primary method of transportation: a Stutz Bearcat automobile. Despite a big build-up from CBS the show only lasted for 13 episodes after being demolished in the ratings by Flip Wilson and Alias Smith and Jones. It was replaced in the CBS line-up by the classic family drama The Waltons.

Episode Info

Final: 1x13 -- Man in a Cage (Dec/30/1971)

Hank and a gubernatorial candidate are being held by kidnappers and Johnny must rely on an ex-convict for help.
Rod TaylorRod Taylor
As Hank Brackett
Dennis ColeDennis Cole
As Johnny Reach

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Creator: Douglas Heyes
Executive Producer: Douglas Heyes
Producer: David Friedkin, Morton Fine
Casting: Caro Jones
Unit Production Manager: Robert Huddleston
Music: John Andrew Tartaglia
Music Editor: Dave Kahn
Make-up: Stan Smith
Post Production Supervisor: Robert Freedman
Director of Photography: William Jurgensen

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Recurring Guests

Henry Darrow as Raoul Esteban (2 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Adventure | Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: CBS ( USA)
Airs: Thursdays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 16, 1971
Ended: December 30, 1971
• Dos contra el Mundo (Used In Spain)
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