Adam-12

Season 1 Episode 3

Log 11: It's Just A Little Dent, Isn't It?

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Aired Saturday 7:30 PM Oct 05, 1968 on NBC
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Reed fears the possible consequences after denting the fender of the patrol car.  A woman has good reason to fear for her safety after testifying against her neighbor's son.   An addict invades a home and takes a baby hostage.

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    Mrs. Getz

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    Ed Johnson

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      • At around 14:52, as Reed and Malloy are driving away from talking with the suspect, they are in a flat, tree lined residential neighborhood of houses on both sides of the street. As they discuss the conversation they just had with the suspect, when the angle cuts to Malloy, you see the nice pretty houses through his window. When the angle cuts to Reed, the terrain outside his window is suddenly rough, barren, hills and ravines with sage brush bushes and deep, dangerous valleys. When the wide view of the police car from the front returns, they are driving through the pretty, tree lined neighborhood with large old houses again on both sides of the street. This lack of continuity is from them grabbing Reed's lines on a different stretch of highway, possibly on a different day, which is common in film production.

      • At about 20:22, the boom mic can be seen reflected in the window of the police car as Malloy gets out his door to go eat.

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