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Hill Street Blues: Personal Foul

Episode number: 2x16
Production Number: 1416
Airdate: Thursday March 25th, 1982

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Episode Info
Episode number: 2x16
Production Number: 1416
Airdate: Thursday March 25th, 1982

Guest Stars
Alley MillsAlley Mills
As Tracy
Bobby F. EllerbeeBobby F. Ellerbee
As Blood
Darwyn CarsonDarwyn Carson
As Girlfriend
David CarusoDavid Caruso
As Shamrock
David HaidDavid Haid
As Tommy Renko
Felton PerryFelton Perry
As Carter Reese
Gerry BlackGerry Black
As Det. Alf Chesley
Guillermo San JuanGuillermo San Juan
As Gypsy Boy
Lee KesslerLee Kessler
As Roseanna Morgenstern
Morgan WoodwardMorgan Woodward
As Mr. Renko
Robert HirschfeldRobert Hirschfeld
As Officer Leo Schnitz
Trinidad SilvaTrinidad Silva
As Jesus Martinez
Troy Curvey, Jr.Troy Curvey, Jr.
As Dudley R. Hicks
B.J. LewisB.J. Lewis
As William
Hope ClarkeHope Clarke
As Mrs. Reese
Jesse D. GoinsJesse D. Goins
As Cookie Marcel
Wayne C. DvorakWayne C. Dvorak
As Suited Man
Wolfe PerryWolfe Perry
As Pearl
Main Cast
Daniel J. TravantiDaniel J. Travanti
As Capt. Frank Furillo
Michael ConradMichael Conrad
As Sgt. Phil Esterhaus
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
Taurean BlacqueTaurean Blacque
As Det. Neal Washington
Kiel MartinKiel Martin
As Det. Johnny "J. D." LaRue
René EnríquezRené Enríquez
As Lt. Ray Calletano
Betty ThomasBetty Thomas
As Officer/Sgt. Lucille Bates
Veronica HamelVeronica Hamel
As Joyce Davenport
Charles HaidCharles Haid
As Officer Andy Renko
Ed MarinaroEd Marinaro
As Officer Joe Coffey
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