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Hill Street Blues

Hill Street Blues

Hill Street Blues

"And hey - let's be careful out there."

The members of the police department at Hill Street Station heard this advice at the end of every roll call. This realistic and quite gritty police drama also featured many humorous moments.

Episode Info

Final: 7x22 -- It Ain't Over Till It's Over (May/12/1987)

Available Episodes

A Hill of Beans
May 12, 1983
Season 3 episode 22

Buddy, Can You Spare..
May 05, 1983
Season 3 episode 21

Spotlight on Rico
Apr 28, 1983
Season 3 episode 20

Eugene's Comedy Empi..
Mar 03, 1983
Season 3 episode 19

Life in the Minors
Feb 24, 1983
Season 3 episode 18

The Belles of St. Ma..
Feb 17, 1983
Season 3 episode 17

Moon Over Uranus: Th..
Feb 10, 1983
Season 3 episode 16

Daniel J. TravantiDaniel J. Travanti
As Capt. Frank Furillo
Michael ConradMichael Conrad
As Sgt. Phil Esterhaus (S01-S03)
Michael WarrenMichael Warren
As Officer Bobby Hill
Bruce WeitzBruce Weitz
As Det. Mick Belker
James SikkingJames Sikking
As Lt. Howard Hunter
Joe SpanoJoe Spano
As Sgt./Lt. Henry Goldblume
Barbara BossonBarbara Bosson
As Fay Furillo (S01-S06)
Taurean BlacqueTaurean Blacque
As Det. Neal Washington
Kiel MartinKiel Martin
As Det. Johnny "J. D." LaRue
René EnríquezRené Enríquez
As Lt. Ray Calletano

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Reviews: 1
Unforgettable, Undisputed Cop Show of All-timeRating: 0 likes, 1 dislikes

Hill Street Blues is one of the nest American Police Drama ever produced in the television screen. I think nothing surpassed this show in terms of best quality show ever made- it’s groundbreaking made it more stood out and release its edge among other cop show, and being compared to other cop show aired nowadays, I think it’s impossible to beat this one. For the whole 6 years, it was loved by thousands of viewers which is also the reason why this show remained in 7 Seasons. I love the whole casts especially Captain Frank Furillo and Detective Neal Washington characters. Daniel and Taurean really deserved those praises because these show wouldn’t be much exciting as it would be without these 2 main characters. I also love the storyline of course; it’s a mix of action and drama that’s really getting straight to your heart once you view an episode. It would be nice it they will make a remake of this one but I doubt it. As for now, I’m watching it all over again from the DVD boxset I purchased from http://www.memorylanedvd.com/product.php?productid=38740&cat=0&page=1 . Great quality for both audio and video and what I like more about this DVD set id it got all the episodes from the entire 7 Seasons of the show. Definitely, a must buy for every HSB fans out there and for those who haven’t seen this yet, You should and I assure you that you will certainly won’t regret this one-of-a-kind show. Read more

Review posted on Monday, August 5th 2013 at 3:15 am

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Creator: Steven Bochco, Michael Kozoll
Executive Producer: Steven Bochco, Michael Kozoll
Associate Producer: Scott Brazil
Production Designer: Jeffrey L. Goldstein
Casting: Geri Windsor
Music Editor: Allan Rosen
Post Production Supervisor: Ted Rich (1)
Art Director: Jeffrey L. Goldstein
Main Title Theme: Mike Post

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Recurring Guests

Ellen Blake as Natalie the Arcade Manager (30 eps)
Trinidad Silva as Jesus Martinez (29 eps)
Tony Perez as Mike Perez (21 eps)
Gary Miller (1) as Ballantine (20 eps)
Vincent Lucchesi as Captain Jerry Fuchs (18 eps)
Arthur Taxier as Briles (18 eps)
George Wyner as ADA Irwin Bernstein (17 eps)
Lisa Sutton as Robin Tattaglia (17 eps)
Larry D. Mann as Judge Lee Oberman (14 eps)
Zero Hubbard as Speedboat (14 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Crime | Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Thursdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: January 15, 1981
Ended: May 12, 1987
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