Starsky & Hutch, Season 1Closed Captioning
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Tough Starsky and educated Hutch are plainclothes cops taking on dope dealers, muggers, and other thugs, aided by their red 1974 Torino and informant Huggy Bear. Both bachelors' private lives play as interweaving threads in the drama. Forever redefining the television police drama, Starsky & Hutch is just as daring and dynamic as it was when it first debuted in 1975. Whether it be chasing down the baddies in their souped-up Grand Torino or getting an inside tip from street-wise ally "Huggy Bear," Detectives Starsky and Hutch always solve their case with plenty of panache . . . and only a few broken windows!
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoPilot||Meet detectives Starsky and Hutch!||1:11:42||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoSavage Sunday||Starsky and Hutch, a hard, fast new police drama series about a pair of very unusual young plainclothes cops who draw the toughest cases premieres. David Soul stars as the soft-spoken Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson aid Paul Michael Glaser as the irrepressible Dave Starsky. Also starred are Bernie Hamilton as quick-tempered Police Captain Harold Dobey and Antonio Fargas as Huggy Bear, friend and con-fidante of Starsky and Hutch. In the premiere episode, "Savage Sunday," Starsky and Hutch are baffled when an old car spotted as the getaway vehicle in a holdup is traced to Sarah and Henny Wilson, an elderly couple living in a rundown retirement home. The Wilsons explain that they were afraid to report the car stolen because its trunk contains 200 pounds of dynamite set to explode at 5:00 p.m. Why the time bomb? The Wilsons were planning to blow up the courthouse to call attention to the poor living conditions of older people. Meanwhile, two homicidal robbers named Wilbur and Gregg repaint the lethal car to use on a Sunday afternoon crime spree. Huggy Bear provides Starsky and Hutch with a maze of clues leading them to the car moments before the bomb explodes. Unfortunately, the car is somewhere among thousands parked beneath a concert amphitheater.||49:36||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoDeath Ride||Driving from San Francisco with the daughter of a crime czar, who has agreed to tell all he knows when the girl arrives safely, Starsky and Hutch are pursued by killers who will stop at nothing to prevent the girl and her es-corts from surviving the journey in "Death Ride." Mobster Andrew Mello has agreed to testify before a Senate committee, but fears for the life of: his daughter, Joanne. After having survived one attempted assassination, Millo refuses to talk until Joanne is brought safely to him. After pledging total secrecy, Captain Dobey sends his "best men" to fetch Joanne, but Starsky and Hutch soon realize their "secret mission" has become a "top contract" in the underworld.||49:49||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoTexas Longhorn||When the beautiful, young wife of a rich, automobile dealer is assaulted and slain by a pair of drug addicts, Starsky and Hutch find themselves moving at breakneck speed to locate and arrest the killers before the agonized widower takes the law into his own hands in "Texas Longhorn." Driving late at night with his wife, Emma Lou, Texas-born used car tycoon Zack Taylor stops to help two male occupants of a disabled vehicle. Zack is knocked unconscious after getting a look at the men, Chaco and Harris, who assault Emma Lou before taking her life. Investigating the crime, Starsky and Hutch dig through society's lowest elements for clues. They learn that one of the suspects is heavily tattooed and that both are heroin addicts. But the bereaved Zack is also on the trail of the killers and Starsky and Hutch fear the big Texan may lose his own life trying to avenge his beloved Emma Lou.||50:19||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Fix||Hutch is abducted and forcibly "strung out" on heroin by a jealous mobster whose ex-girl friend has become romantically involved with Hutch in "The Fix." When hoodlum Ben Forest learns that Jeannie Walden has become Hutch's girl-friend, he goes into a rage and sends one of his men to find the girl. But Hutch has found a hideaway for Jeannie's protection. Forest sends a henchman named Monk to abduct Hutch and hold him captive. He gives Hutch regular injections of heroin until the addicted young cop is willing to surrender Jeannie for another "fix."||50:15||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoSnowstorm||A million dollars worth of pure cocaine is missing after an enormous narcotics bust and detectives Starsky and Hutch are accused of "going into business" by the powerful leader of a drug ring and by certain members of the police department in "Snow Storm." Facing a charge of drug dealing, Marty Crandall directs police to a huge cache of cocaine in return for "special consideration." Starsky, Hutch and three veteran cops named Corman, Burke and Kalowitz make the bust and turn in three million dollars worth of confiscated "coke." When word comes down from king-pin Julius Stryker that police took four million bucks worth of "snow" from his supply, Starsky and Hutch find themselves being hassled by officers Corman, Burke and Kalowitz, along with Stryker himself. Starsky and Hutch return to Crandall in hopes of finding the missing narcotic and find him murdered. The duo launch their own investigation of the crimes to clear their names.||50:21||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoDeath Notice||Starsky and Hutch are assigned to maintain a watch over a group of. strippers who have received notes warning of their impending doom in "Death Notice." Strippers Ginger and Sonja are found dead after having received death warnings left by a timid little man later arrested and identified as Anton Rusz. But Anton swears he sent the warnings after listening in on phone conversations in which the murders were planned. Starsky and Hutch believe Anton, but are left in the dark, along with the remaining strippers, as to why the young women were killed.||50:06||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoPariah||After shooting a masked youth to stop him from firing his gun into a crowd Starsky is put under heavy pressure -- first at a coroner's inquest -- then by policemen whose lives are threatened by a killer who intends to execute cops until Starsky is removed from the force and destroyed in "Pariah." Running from a holdup, a masked gunman who has ignored police warnings to stop, turns and aims at Starsky. To protect spectators and himself, Starsky is forced to fire a fatal shot at the suspect, later identified as 16-year-old Lonnie Craig. Although testimony by eyewitnesses leaves no doubt that the tragedy was unavoidable, two policemen are executed by a man named Prudholm, who warns police that others will die unless Starsky is properly punished.||50:25||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoKill Huggy Bear||Starsky and Hutch's confidant, Huggy Bear, becomes a target for murder when he is robbed of $50,000 before he can return the "hot" money to the racketeer from whom it was stolen in "Kill Huggy Bear." After holding up a candy store, Huggy's crooked friend, Dewey Hughes, dis-covers he has grabbed a fortune from what is obviously a front for a big time numbers operation. Realizing he has stepped on some dangerous toes, Dewey persuades Huggy to contact racketeer Lou Malinda, explain the mistake, return the money to Malinda and thus get Dewey off the hook. But Huggy gets mugged and is faced with an ultimatum from Malinda to get the money up or get killed.||50:17||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Bait||Wearing flashy clothes, driving a silver Rolls Royce and using a beautiful blonde as bait, Starsky and Hutch pose as well-financed heroin dealers moving up the underworld ladder in order to nail the city's top dope distributor in "The Bait." First offender Cheryl Waite is arrested while carrying a quantity of heroin. Since she has been linked with dealers working for a narcotics kingpin named Danner, the district attorney offers her a "deal" if she will work with Starsky and Hutch to nail Danner. But Danner and his men are suspicious of "Rafferty and O"Brien," (Starsky and Hutch) and Cheryl nearly loses her life trying to go straight.||49:43||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoLady Blue||Starsky and Hutch investigate the murder of a beautiful ex-policewoman who left the force to become a go-go dancer in a sleazy dive after ending a romance with Starsky in "Lady Blue." Three months after breaking up with Starsky and supposedly leaving the police force, Helen Davisson is found dead, the victim of an obviously disturbed murderer. Investigation, indicates that Helen had turned to booze and low company in a joint where she worked. But word comes down from the Chief of Police that officer Davisson was working undercover to gather evidence against a brutal gang of jewel thieves. Similar successive murders indicate, that a psychopath is on the rampage against cocktail waitresses.||50:21||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideoCaptain Dobey, You're Dead||A corrupt, bigoted millionaire industrialist orders the execution of Captain Dobey and his family when the captain and his men conduct a private investi-gation of the assassination of a great civil rights leader in "Captain Dobey, You're Dead." C. J. Woodfield, a powerful, notorious racist, arranges for the prison escape of an ex-cop named Leo Moon whose criminal activities on the force were exposed by Captain Dobey. With Moon as the "hit man," Woodfield figures to stay in the clear, but Starsky and Hutch get on the case and infiltrate Woodfield's organization.||50:15||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|13||Closed CaptioningVideoTerror On the Docks||Starsky and Hutch are trying to find a dock worker who killed an undercover police officer. They also are helping out with the wedding plans of Nancy Blake, Hutch's friend since childhood, who is about to marry the cop -- killing leader of a gang that has carried out a series of waterfront heists in "Terror on the Docks." Nancy has asked Hutch to give her away when she marries Billy Desmond, a handsome and charming longshoreman. She works as a secretary for the security head of the Port Authority and does not know that her fiancé has been using her for information. He has masterminded several freighter heists and also is a murderer.||50:21||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|14||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Deadly Imposter||Starsky and Hutch help an old buddy who says he wants to locate his son by a former marriage. The detectives do not know their friend has become a professional "hit man" and that his alleged ex-wife's present husband, a reformed crime syndicate figure, will be murdered if their quest is completed in "The Deadly Imposter." John Colby, with whom Starsky and Hutch were close friends at the Police Academy, shows up after an absence of five years, claiming he was a prisoner in North Vietnam and later spent two years in a Hawaiian hospital. Now, all he wants is a visit with his young son, whose mother found a new life after divorcing him. What Starsky and Hutch do not know is that Colby was never married, has never fathered a child and is actually a pro-fessional killer with a "contract" to execute an ex-syndicate accountant named Warren Karpel.||50:16||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|15||Closed CaptioningVideoShootout||Starsky and Hutch drift into a small Italian restaurant where they are im-mediately recognized by two gangland executioners awaiting the arrival of their target, a syndicate chieftain, in "Shootout." Hit men Tom Lockly and Joey Martin have a contract to assassinate mob chief Vic Monte. Waitress Theresa DeFusto tells them that Monte visits her restaurant alone at late hours when business is slow and the killers make their plans. But things go awry when Starsky and Hutch drop in, along with an assortment of bewildered characters. When Starsky is shot by Joey, Hutch is left to figure out how to stop the killers and get his pal to a hospital before it is too late.||50:14||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|16||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Hostage||Starsky and Hutch battle against time to save the lives of a young armored car driver and his captive wife, both of whom will be killed after a fortune in supermarket receipts has been delivered in "The Hostages." As Tom Cole leaves for work, he is seized by a gunman who tells him that Cole's pregnant wife, Ellie, will be executed unless Cole agrees to turn over all the cash he picks up that day in his armored car route. Ellie, meanwhile, is abducted by members of the holdup gang, which includes a tough woman named Belle.||49:59||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|17||Closed CaptioningVideoLosing Streak||A down-on-his-luck musician runs into trouble with hoodlums when he acciden-tally takes $2,000 in new and no longer circulated counterfeit bills in "Losing Streak." In an attempt to obtain money owed him by a nightclub owner, Vic Rankin breaks into the club's office and takes the $2,000, not knowing the bills are bogus. When the loss is discovered, the hoodlums set out to find and kill Rankin before he can spend the money, which would then alert police of its existence. Starsky and Hutch, learning of the phony money and theft, race to find Rankin first for information which could lead them to the counter-feiters.||49:43||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|18||Closed CaptioningVideoSilence||Starsky and Hutch arrest a child-like deaf mute for stealing candy. He is rescued by the priest of the Halfway House for ex-convicts where he lives. The police then resume their hunt for a cop killer involved in a rash of safe burglaries. Starsky and Hutch re-enter the case when all clues seem to lead back to their deaf mute candy thief. Realizing at last that he is being framed, Starsky and Hutch try to locate the man who is running-scared from the police. They find him just as the 'priest' is about to murder him and make his death look like a fear-induced suicide.||50:16||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|19||Closed CaptioningVideoOmaha Tiger||The financial success of a popular young wrestler causes greedy in-fighting which results in triple murder as "The Omaha Tiger." Two concessionaires and the manager of a wrestling champion die under questionable circumstances. Remembering some of the rudiments of wrestling from his own experience, Hutch determines the cause of the apparently accidental deaths. His expertise is put to the supreme test a second time. While Starsky dates the indefatigable "Terrible Tessie," Hutch winds up wrestling "The Omaha Tiger."||50:17||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|20||Closed CaptioningVideoJojo||A rapist turned informer is murdered before he can lead police to the elusive boss of a drug ring in "Jo-Jo." Starsky and Hutch thwart a federal drug bust by arresting one of the suspects, found committing rape at the stake-out scene. Federal officers assume jurisdiction in the case against the wishes of local police and soon release the rapist with a deal to work for them on the drug case. Furious at having the rapist released, Starsky and Hutch continue to inter-view witnesses hoping to eventually get a case against the man. Suddenly he is killed and it appears that one of his rape victims murdered him.||50:20||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|21||Closed CaptioningVideoRunning||A successful photographer's model hits the skids and shatters Starsky's boy-hood illusions in "Running." An alcoholic woman fends off an attacker and becomes the only living person who can identify a notorious murderer. Knowing the killer will return, her neighbors urge her to contact police. But she refuses, not wishing to call attention to herself. The killer murders a "fence" and Starsky finds an identifiable brooch in the dead man's hand. The piece of jewelry recalls the name of Ella, a girl he loved from afar in his high school woodshop class. When the killer makes a second attempt on Ella's life, Starsky and Hutch respond to the call, and recognize her immediately. Starsky risks his badge by taking her to his apartment to "dry out" and put the pieces of her life together. Ella hostilely resists Starsky's efforts to help her. Their fights become so ferocious that both temporarily forget the killer is moving closer.||50:23||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|22||Closed CaptioningVideoCoffin for Starsky||A chemist seeking revenge against Hutch, mistakenly administers a slow acting poison to Starsky in "A Coffin for Starsky." Starsky is forcibly awakened one night and administered a drug which, he is told, will kill him in 24 hours. The foremost authority on biochemical poisons refuses to see the declining Starsky, claiming that he can do nothing to save him. Hutch continues the investigation and turns up three suspects, but matters take a tragic turn when Starsky kills the most likely suspect. Unfortunately the man is probably the only one who could identify the poison administered. In shooting the suspect, Starsky has surely signed his own death warrant.||50:15||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|23||Closed CaptioningVideoBounty Hunter||A lady bail bondsman and an urban mercenary compete with police in pursuit of an alleged killer, as "Bounty Hunter." A man jumps bail to escape prison and a bounty hunter immediately follows his trail. The alleged murderer has threatened to kill those who testified against him in preliminary hearings, so time is precious. Starsky and Hutch join the search, but each failure to catch the suspect leaves them without clues and wondering if, in fact, the man actually exists. They are shot at, a witness is murdered, and buildings are burned -- yet only the bounty hunter seems to have the inside track in the case.||49:15||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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Best cop show. Ever :)
Pretty cool to see this cool 70s cop show available on iTunes. Starsky and Hutch was a huge hit in its day and continues to have a loyal following. Season One is terrific, especially "Running," "The Fix," Coffin for Starsky" and "Savage Sunday." The pilot is a good episode as well.
If you like action movies this series is for you
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Huggy Bear - The Real Star of the show ! FO SHIZZLE !