Starsky & Hutch, Season 2Closed 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. In the second season, the dynamic duo head to Las Vegas to investigate the murder of showgirls, encounter vampires, unwittingly uncover a possible conspiracy in the force, and work undercover as stunt-men on the set of a new Western movie.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoLas Vegas Strangler, Pt. 1||Starsky and Hutch go undercover in Las Vegas to find a killer who singles out beautiful chorus girls as his victims in "Las Vegas Strangler," a two-hour presentation on "Starsky and Hutch." On loan-out to the Las Vegas Police Department's Lt. Cameron (Paul Burke), Starsky and Hutch set out to track down a killer with an apparently special hatred for chorus line beauties. The detectives pose as sore loser hoodlums who pick a fight so they will be thrown in jail. A problem arises, however, when neither of them is able to lose at the gambling tables. Then, they discover that Cameron's key suspect is a former class-mate of Hutch. David Soul stars as Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson and Paul Michael Glaser stars as, Dave Starsky. Antonio Fargas also stars as Huggy Bear and Bernie Bernie Hamilton as Captain Dobey.||49:58||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoLas Vegas Strangler, Pt. 2||Starsky and Hutch go undercover in Las Vegas to find a killer who singles out beautiful chorus girls as his victims in "Las Vegas Strangler," a two-hour presentation on "Starsky and Hutch." On loan out to the Las Vegas Police Department's Lt. Cameron (Paul Burke), Starsky and Hutch set out to track down a killer with an apparently special hatred for chorus line beauties. The detectives pose as sore loser hoodlums who pick a fight so they will be thrown in jail. A problem arises, however, when neither of them is able to lose at the gambling tables. Then, they discover that Cameron's key suspect is a former class-mate of Hutch. David Soul stars as Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson and Paul Michael Glaser stars as, Dave Starsky. Antonio Fargas also stars as Huggy Bear and Bernie Bernie Hamilton as Captain Dobey.||48:35||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoLittle Girl Lost||A twelve year old baseball playing 'tomboy' attracts underworld attention because she knows the whereabouts of $100,000 in stolen diamonds as 'Little Girl Lost.' Starsky and Hutch pick up a ragamuffin girl for shoplifting sweetcakes, and while they are holding her, her father is killed by underworld gangsters just blocks away. In checking out her father's identity, Starsky and Hutch learn that the little girl is probably the only person alive who may know the whereabouts of $100,000 in stolen diamonds. Meanwhile, the gangland element tries to intercept the feisty twelve year old. One of the criminals disguises himself as a priest and takes her to a baseball game, and then unwittingly follows her to Hutch's apartment to collect!||50:08||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoBust Amboy||Starsky and Hutch zero in on narcotics, prostitution and bookmaking operations of a gangland leader in "Bust Amboy." After a raid on Amboy's funeral parlor, a front for prostitution, and a hit on Amboy's bookmaking bank, Starsky and Hutch are shocked when those they arrested are released even before their reports are completed. Amboy, the kingpin of the crime combine, has legally circumvented them. Now, their only hope of busting his operations is to intercept Amboy's expected big shipment of drugs before the drugs can hit the street.||50:12||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoMurder At Sea, Pt. 1||Starsky and Hutch pose as recreation officers aboard a luxury ocean liner filled with swinging singles, tourists, and an alarming collection of crime syndicate chieftains in the two-hour "Murder at Sea." The murder of a ship's officer takes on an air of intrigue when a young female travel agent for the ship, SS Amapola, is also discovered slain. Starsky and Hutch suspect a smuggling operation aboard the luxury liner and persuade a reluctant Captain LaRue to let them on board as undercover recreation staffers "Hack" and "Zack." At sea, Starsky and Hutch entertain the tourists and discover that several top bosses in the crime syndicate are aboard for a major conference. Crime king Joey Fortune is back in the U.S. and wants his old job as number one boss. Anticipating the syndicate's refusal to accept his demands, Fortune leaves the ship by special conveyance after informing the trapped criminals that five bombs have been set to explode at various locations on the ship. Starsky and Hutch have minutes to locate the bombs in order to save them-selves and the entire ship full of passengers!||56:43||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoMurder At Sea||Starsky and Hutch pose as recreation officers aboard a luxury ocean liner filled with swinging singles, tourists, and an alarming collection of crime syndicate chieftains in the two-hour "Murder at Sea." The murder of a ship's officer takes on an air of intrigue when a young female travel agent for the ship, SS Amapola, is also discovered slain. Starsky and Hutch suspect a smuggling operation aboard the luxury liner and persuade a reluctant Captain LaRue to let them on board as undercover recreation staffers "Hack" and "Zack." At sea, Starsky and Hutch entertain the tourists and discover that several top bosses in the crime syndicate are aboard for a major conference. Crime king Joey Fortune is back in the U.S. and wants his old job as number one boss. Anticipating the syndicate's refusal to accept his demands, Fortune leaves the ship by special conveyance after informing the trapped criminals that five bombs have been set to explode at various locations on the ship. Starsky and Hutch have minutes to locate the bombs in order to save them-selves and the entire ship full of passengers!||42:49||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoVendetta||Hoodlums and law abiding citizens alike are endangered when a Fagan-like character uses a mentally deranged teenager to inflict revenge in "Vendetta." The downtown section of town is being terrorized by Arty Riis, a scruffy character who specializes in coercion. With a scary Pied Piper skill, Arty surrounds himself with juvenile delinquent followers - his favorite being a teenage escapee from an institution for the criminally insane. Arty's young strong arm "protects" him from "double-crossers" with violent tactics, smashing one thug's kneecaps with a lead pipe, and in a fit of jealousy, murdering another of Arty's juvenile followers. When Starsky and Hutch cross Arty's path, they both get a sample of Arty's vengeance. Starsky's tires are slashed. Hutch gets a brick through his window, a dead rat in his refrigerator, a bomb in his car radio and, ultimately, his girlfriend is visited by the mentally deranged "hit kid."||50:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoGillian||Gillian becomes the cause of conflict between Dave Starsky and Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson when Hutch falls in love with the beautiful girl who has a secret life as a pornographic film star in "Gillian." Starsky's initial happiness for his partner's new romance sours during a raid of a massage parlor, when he accidentally discovers that Gillian is a high-priced call girl. Hutch's emotional involvement causes him to slip in a dangerous situation and Starsky realizes he must break up the romance be-fore Hutch discovers Gillian's real profession. Starsky offers her his $1,000 savings to leave town, but Gillian refuses, announcing that she will quit the rackets for Hutch. Starsky reluctantly agrees to give her more time. However, Mrs. Grossman, the owner of the massage parlor, refuses to allow Gillian to quit because she knows too much. Within hours, Gillian is murdered. When Starsky tells Hutch what he knows about the dead Gillian, the enraged, grief-stricken Hutch arranges a showdown with her racketeer killers in a downtown theater. Inside, the killers try to distract Hutch by filling the old movie house with the sights and sounds of a pornography film, starring the dead Gillian.||50:01||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoVampire||The myth that the dead can survive on the blood of the living causes a mild mannered dance teacher to murder in "Vampire." A Starsky and Hutch investigation into the grisly murders of nightclub strippers leads to a ballet school where all the dead girls attended class. Police soon learn that the kindly, crippled dance-master is pathologically obsessed with his wife's death and has been known to attend meetings of a cult of followers of Satan. When Starsky and Hutch suspect that the impressionable little man has come to believe the devil worshipers, he confronts them as an agile, gun wielding, night stalking, blood-thirsty vampire!||50:03||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Specialist||Dave Starsky and Ken Hutchinson, under suspicion of having shot an innocent bystander, the wife of a government agent, find that their lives are in danger in "The Specialist."' Janice Drew, wife of secret government agent Alexander Drew, is shot and killed during a shootout between the police and jewelry store robbers. Starsky, Hutch and two uniformed officers could have fired the fatal shot and her husband believes that the shooting was intentional. Using his skills as an assassin, he begins to liquidate each of the officers. The first two uniformed cops are quickly eliminated with bombs and poison. Drew then trains a rifle scope on his last two victims -- Starsky and Hutch.||50:01||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Psychic||An alcoholic with extra-sensory powers leads police to a kidnapping and murder as "The Psychic." The daughter of a wealthy baseball team owner is kidnapped. Starsky and Hutch follow a tip from Joe Callandra, a drunk with psychic powers, and discover a seemingly unrelated murder. The tipster's predictions prove to be accurate and the corpse is linked to the kidnapping. In following the kidnapper's instructions, Hutch is substituted for the missing girl's father during the money drop. Unfortunately, the kidnappers are killed in a gun battle -- before they re-veal the whereabouts of their victim. The liquor-soaked psychic is the only person who might be able to locate the girl before she is smelted in a blast furnace with a ton of scrap metal.||49:08||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideoTap Dancing Her Way Right Back Into Your Hearts||Starsky and Hutch go undercover inside a former movie queen's dance studio to expose a blackmail operation that has resulted in two deaths in "Tap Dancing Her Way Right Back Into Your Hearts." When the murder of one man and the suicide of a wealthy woman are both linked to the newly opened dance studio of former movie star dancer, Ginger Evans, Starsky and Hutch go undercover in an attempt to solve the murder and expose a suspected blackmail racket run from within the dance studio. Starsky, disguised as a slick tango-artist, "Ramon," and Hutch, dressed as a Texan big spender, "Charlie McCabe," infiltrate the closed society of Ginger Evans' "dance world." The free wheeling Hutch allows himself to be set up by a terpsichorean temptress. She attempts to blackmail him, but, as things appear to be resolving according to plan, the not-so -- cleverly disguised sister of a former blackmail victim is uncovered. When she is linked to Starsky and Hutch, the jig is up!||49:05||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|13||Closed CaptioningVideoIron Mike||Starsky and Hutch's suspicions are aroused when they see a police captain with an extraordinary crime-fighting record accept an envelope from a racketeer. In "Iron Mike," after seeing Captain "Iron Mike" Ferguson take the envelope from shady entrepreneur Matt Coyle, the detectives suspect that the envelope contained payoff money and reluctantly decide to investigate. They are subsequently assigned to Ferguson's command and learn that he has received information about an impending holdup. Further unexplained tips to Ferguson lead them to a hideout, but in a shootout, Iron Mike is fatally wounded. Before he dies, he gives Starsky and Hutch a little black book that helps to explain how he had compiled his impressive arrest record and provides information that puts them on the trail of Coyle.||49:24||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|14||Closed CaptioningVideoNightmare||Starsky and Hutch arrest two hoodlums for the rape of a retarded 19-year-old friend of the detectives only to have the case dropped in the "Nightmare." Lisa Graham, a nineteen-year-old with the mental capabilities of a child of ten, is brutally assaulted and raped. Starsky and Hutch, friends of Lisa's late father, were on their way to Lisa's birthday party at the time, and are able to swiftly arrest the rapists and his cohort. However, at police headquarters, an ambitious assistant district attorney has the hoods immediately released on bail and plans a defense on the contention that Lisa invited the incident which took place in an out of service city bus. In a pre-trial hearing, the assistant district attorney gets the judge to consider dropping, the case for insufficient evidence. When Starsky and Hutch press for a conviction, they are accused of bias and the politically minded assistant D.A. proceeds with his plan to plea-bargain the matter to a close. Meanwhile, one of the released suspects decides that no crime can be prosecuted without a complaint and, therefore; Lisa Graham must die!||48:06||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|15||Closed CaptioningVideoBloodbath||Starsky is kidnapped and threatened with death unless a drug cult leader and nine-time-murderer is set free in "Bloodbath." Starsky is abducted and the place he was last seen is ritualistically smeared with blood graffiti. An agonized Hutch knows he cannot prolong the sentencing of the most sensational criminal of the decade -- even if it means Starsky may die. ate the gang's hiding place. His gamble leads him to a deserted zoo where Starsky has been tortured and is about In desperation, he studies the strange, sing-song symbolic language of the killer, hoping to find a clue and loc to be killed.||50:06||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|16||Closed CaptioningVideoHuggy Bear and the Turkey||Business is booming as Huggy and a former sheriff from their own private detective agency in "Huggy Bear and the Turkey." Huggy Bear and J.D. Turquet become super-sleuths, "Brown and Turquet." Starsky and Hutch give them their first client -- an hysterical woman who reports her husband missing. In no time they learn that the man in question and two cohorts robbed a local gang boss of $300,000 and then the missing man apparently absconded with all three shares of the loot! The pilot thickens and Huggy and Turquet find themselves caught between the robber accomplices looking for their double crossing partner and the gang they all robbed in the first place. Each threatens to kill the fledg-ling private detectives if they don't find the man. To make matters worse, Huggy learns that the missing man's wife may be in cahoots with a member of the victim-gang and, together, they may have already killed him.||49:55||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|17||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Setup, Pt. 1||Terry Nash, a family man, barely survives an apparent assassination attempt in which he sees his wife and infant daughter killed. In the hospital Nash's brother-in-law confides to him that his late wife's side of the family have been marked for gangland execution for years. Nash, whose memory about the attack is foggy, knows only two things...his wife and child are dead ...and he wants revenge. The man said to be responsible is a state's witness for a pending federal underworld investigation and he is in the protective custody of Starsky and Hutch. Nash positions himself in a hotel across the street from where the three are sequestered; he then phones multiple bomb threats into the hotel. As Starsky, Hutch and their state's witness are about to leave, another man identifying himself as an FBI agent redirects them away from their planned fire escape route out - through the building's front door. Despite Starsky and Hutch's best efforts - they walk right into Nash's path and he shoots their prize witness dead. On his way out of the hotel, the escaping Nash runs headlong into a hotel thief - also on the lam. The hotel thief is mistakenly arrested for the killing. When Nash reads about it, he turns himself in, to police. Starsky and Hutch try to check out his story and virtually nothing about Terry Nash is true. They even look at a band film of the day he was to have withdrawn a large sum of money and Nash is not on it. He is as surprised and baffled as they are.||49:53||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|18||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Setup, Pt. 2||In the bank film, Hutch notices a man's cigarette burning too fast. Rea-lizing that some footage has been removed and wondering also about the non-existent FBI agent who directed their witness into assassin Nash's path, Starsky and Hutch know that their confessed killer was, at least, not responsible for his actions. They know that somebody wanted their state's witness out of the way or they wouldn't have been assigned to protect him in the first place. The next step is easy -- it is obvious that Terry Nash has been set up. They soon learn that the culprits are administering post hypnotic suggestion to innocent citizens like Nash - giving them reason to want revenge, instructing them to do the killing and then suggesting that they resist police so they, themselves will be killed. No sooner do they make the discovery than another well meaning citizen tries to kill them!||50:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|19||Closed CaptioningVideoSurvival||A sleazy racketeer, realizing that Hutch's testimony will send him to prison, hires a hit man to eliminate Hutch by forcing his car to crash in a canyon on "Starsky and Hutch." The episode marks David Soul's television directorial debut. In "Survival," Hutch sets himself up as the payoff man between mobster Vic Humphries and an Eastern syndicate in a hot car deal. At the rendezvous, Humphries double crosses Hutch and plans to kill him, but Starsky and the police arrive to arrest the racketeer. Humphies' lawyer posts his bail but they realize Hutch's testimony will convict the mobster. In desperation, Humphries hires a hit man who uses his own car as a battering ram to send Hutch's car crashing to the canyon floor where Hutch is left for dead.||49:58||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|20||Closed CaptioningVideoStarsky's Lady||A man whose son was killed in prison returns to get Dave Starsky for sending him there -- as "Starsky's Lady." George Prudholm returns (from earlier episodes) to avenge his son's death by killing people Starsky loves and, ultimately, Starsky himself. Prudholm sets the two up -- causing them to kill a nineteen year old robber. He rigs a shotgun to kill Hutch and, in his most bizarre attempt to date, shoots Starsky's girlfriend. The bullet lodges in her brain and, while released from the hospital, she is told that it is only a matter of time until the fragment moves. It does and she dies.||50:00||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|21||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Committee||A police death squad executes criminals who have received lenient court de-cisions in "The Committee." Starsky and Hutch capture a rapist but lose the chase to get his partner. They are surprised to see that the captured man is terrified that he will be shot instead of simply arrested. At the police station, a slick lawyer gets the criminal released on bail and Starsky is incensed. The released man's fears of being shot are somewhat justified when his partner on the loose is found executed in ritualistic gang-style. Once the police are suspected of the killing, Starsky is assigned to investigate undercover. Pretending to be furious over another early release -on bail, he gets into an argument with Hutch, slugs him and is suspended from the force. Later, the "maverick" Starsky is approached by the death squad. They offer him membership - but to prove himself he must execute the slick lawyer who got his accused rapist off in the first place. With their guns trained on him, he is given the man he must kill and a revolver containing one bullet.||49:23||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|22||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Velvet Jungle||An illegal alien, who witnesses a murder, refuses to cooperate with police for fear of deportation, as "The Velvet Jungle." A Mexican girl threatens to expose the illegal activities of the local chief of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, and she is soon murdered. Her roommate witnesses the killing, but can't go to police for fear of being deported. Starsky and Hutch corner one of the killers; but the government official arrives on the scene and shoots his cohort before their eyes -- claiming he actually saved their lives. In an attempt to catch the immigration official in a criminal act, Starsky and Hutch send a Latin policeman to his office in the guise of a crooked copy who wants a part of the illegal action. The time and place for the payoff is set in the city park where Starsky and Hutch are stationed in dis-guise - Hutch, in whiteface, as a mime, and Starsky, thrilling the kids, as Charlie Chaplin.||47:33||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|23||Closed CaptioningVideoLong Walk Down a Short Dirt Road||A small town radio disk jockey kills two people in an effort to extort $10,000 from a popular country singer in "Long Walk Down a Short Dirt Road." Country singing star Sue Anne Grainger receives anonymous telephone threats, but dismisses them as idle pranks until the caller tells her he has murdered a man in the city park to prove the seriousness of his threats. Starsky and Hutch enter the case when the body of a derelict wino is discovered exactly as the killer described to Sue Anne. Sue Anne tries to deliver the extortion money in cooperation with the police. When Starsky and Hutch fail to catch the man he kills another innocent bystander in an effort to convinces Sue Anne that her stubbornness is getting people murdered. In an attempt to stop the senseless killing, she slips away from police to deliver the ransom. As the murderer requests, Starsky and Hutch have no clue to the killer's identity or where Sue Anne might have gone to meet him, until a random police survey points to a local disc jockey as a possible suspect. The small town announcer had early in her career played Sue Anne's records and was now harboring a bitter conviction that Sue Anne owed him something for her success.||49:28||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|24||Closed CaptioningVideoMurder On Stage 17||A down-and-out movie clown lives like a hermit in a major motion picture studio -- appearing long enough to kill his former enemies in "Murder on Stage 17." Plastic explosives are switched for a small special effects smoke device and a bit player is killed on a movie set. Starsky and Hutch enter the case as stuntmen on the film. They are subjected to every possible humi-liation, (real fights and repeated beers in the face), before they discover a former movie funnyman, long thought dead, as a possible suspect. The man, whose career failed years before, dons costumes and makeup disguises to prowl the lot - killing those he feels thwarted his shot at stardom. Soon enough, he sets his sights on Starsky and Hutch.||49:20||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|25||Closed CaptioningVideoStarsky and Hutch Are Guilty||Dave Starsky and Ken Hutchinson are suspended from the police force when accused of taking bribes, coercion, assault and murder in "Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty." Two women and a police informant are brutally beaten by men witnesses say are Starsky and Hutch. The police commander of Internal Affairs, who disapproves of their sometime unorthodox tactics, jumps at the opportunity to investigate. The first victim dies. Starsky and Hutch are placed on suspension but re-fuse to turn in their badges. The second assault victim is found murdered and an all points bulletin is issued for the two. Starsky and Hutch manage to convince the third and only remaining victim, a prostitute, that whoever coerced her into accusing them in the first place -- is returning to kill all living witnesses. She is frightened and agrees to testify...this time leading police to one of their own ...the commander of Internal Affairs, who is just completing his latest book on police integrity!||49:16||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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Why would anyone in their right mind think people would pay this much for a 30 yr. old tv show.. No wonder people are seeking alternate methods of viewing all these series that iTunes is now selling, at the same price point as current 2007 series.. Wake Up People, these old shows should be selling for 1/3 the current asking price.. No one is going to concern themselves with being honest & buying something 30 yrs. old when you ask full retail..!!!!
GREAT CLASSIC TV!!!
The reason people will pay the same amount for Starsky & Hutch as they would for a 'modern' day show is because THIS show, even 30 years old, is worth it! It's very simple. Many of today's TV shows are lukewarm at best. Starsky & Hutch was and still is an *outstanding* show, especially if you like 1970's TV. There was terrific character development, the side characters actually look like real people, and the show keeps your attention episode after episode. I wish I could say half this much about the TV available today... In my mind, Starsky & Hutch should cost MORE than a lot of the crappy 'modern' TV shows. Even 30 years old, this one's just better. :-)
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