Car 54, Where Are You?

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Released 1994

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Car 54, Where Are You?

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Director:
Bill Fishman
Released:
1994
Rating:
PG-13
Car 54, Where Are You? is the 1994 motion picture adaptation of the popular classic television show, directed by Bill Fishman (Tapeheads). As the story opens, Officer Toody (David Johansen, Tales from the Darkside: The Movie) is part of a silly musical number. It turns out he is dreaming while he sleeps in Car 54 in the middle of a riot. He and his partner Leo Schnauzer (Al Lewis, The Munsters) return to the 53rd precinct after the familiar call. Leo is retiring. Officer Francis Muldoon (John C. McGinley, On Deadly Ground, Scrubs), his by-the-book replacement, has been trained in new law enforcement techniques referred to as MADCOPP, which he tries to teach the other officers. Muldoon shoots at a man who stole a sandwich and tickets a blind man with a dog for jaywalking. The 53rd is assigned to protect Herbert Hortz (Jeremy Piven, Entourage, Judgment Night), a witness who is testifying against claustrophobic mobster Don Motti (Daniel Baldwin, John Carpenter's Vampires). Motti hires hit men who, fortunately, turn out to be incompetent.moreless
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    obvious comedic relief, bumbling detective, campy, 90s, inner city streets