TV

Jake and the Fatman

Jake and the Fatman



William Conrad stars as J.L. McCabe, an ex-cop who is working as a district-attorney. Co-stars include Joe Penny as a special investigator, Alan Campbell as McCabe's assistant D.A., Karen Austin plays the deputy mayor-and Max the Dog, McCabe's aging, half-deaf bulldog, who will probably steal the show. Anne Francis shows up as Dixie, a former big-band singer who owns the bar and grill McCabe favors.
William Conrad stars as Jason Lochinvar "Fatman" McCabe, a rotund, cigar-chomping district attorney with a bulldog's tenacity. Along with his suave investigator, Jake Styles (Joe Penny), he secures convictions for some of Southern California's most bewildering crimes, bringing to justice a despicable mix of killers, thieves, and rapists. Assisting the odd couple are Jake's sunny assistant Derek, his fork-tongued secretary Gertrude, and of course his wrinkly old bulldog Max. The show, which originated in a two-part episode of MATLOCK, was itself later spun off into the series DIAGNOSIS: MURDER.

Episode Info

Final: 5x22 -- Beautiful Dreamer (a.k.a. Mickey Daytona) (May/06/1992)



Cast
William ConradWilliam Conrad
As Jason Lochinvar "Fatman" McCabe
William ConradWilliam Conrad
As Jason Lochinvar "Fatman" McCabe
Joe PennyJoe Penny
As Jake Styles
Joe PennyJoe Penny
As Jake Styles
Alan Campbell (1)Alan Campbell (1)
As Derek Mitchell
Reviews

No reviews yet, write the first review
Latest News


There are no news items yet
Recurring Guests

Josie Over as Policewoman/Carol (10 eps)
Ben Wong as Bobby (8 eps)
Ted Neale as Crew Member #1 (8 eps)
Tony Todd as Jordan Lee (7 eps)
Casey Sander as Lt. Hummel (7 eps)
Scott Oughterson as Frank Panelli (7 eps)
Turner Pe'a as Officer #1 (7 eps)
James Karen as Unknown (6 eps)
Nelson Mashita as Medical Examiner (6 eps)
Aileen Acain as Wendy (6 eps)

View All Recurring Guests
Network: CBS ( USA)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 26, 1987
Ended: May 06, 1992
Akas
• La Loi est La Loi (Used In France)
There currently is no editor for this guide..
Click here to apply if you want to be the editor