Baretta

Season 3 Episode 2

Soldier in the Jungle

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Sep 29, 1976 on ABC
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Soldier in the Jungle
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Baretta finds out that that hit man he is trying to stop from killing a local mobster may be one of his childhood friends.

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    Angelo Rossitto

    Angelo Rossitto

    Little Moe

    Guest Star

    Harvey Parry

    Harvey Parry

    Harrigan

    Guest Star

    Burt Young

    Burt Young

    Johnny Checco

    Guest Star

    Michael D. Roberts

    Michael D. Roberts

    Rooster

    Recurring Role

    Chino 'Fats' Williams

    Chino 'Fats' Williams

    Fats

    Recurring Role

    June Smaney

    June Smaney

    Rosie

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (4)

      • Baretta: You know my old man always said, 'Kid, we're all part loser, if you play that side of them, you got the edge.' Well I thought I was playin' the loser and Johnny figured he had a fall. What I forgot was that my old man taught him too. And he was waitin' for the loser in me to make a mistake. And I did. He won all the marbles.

      • Johnny: Remember when we used to play cops and robbers when we were kids?
        Baretta: Sure.
        Johnny: Funny, I was always the cop.
        Baretta: Now that ain't so funny. How long you gonna be in town?
        Johnny: Coupla days Tony.
        Baretta: Im gonna be right with ya John. Im gonna stop ya, and you can take that to the bank.

      • Baretta: What is this thing? You steal that from Al Capone.
        Johnny: Al Capone who?
        Baretta: You know I been lookin' all over town for you. You make me look bad you findin' me. How come?
        Johnny: You got a game to play.

      • Baretta: How about a twenski on account?
        Rooster: I don't know nothin' now, I'm gonna know less than that later on.
        Baretta: You don't know what the hell I'm talkin' about.
        Rooster: I know what you're talkin' about, there's a soldier in the streets.
        Baretta: So what
        Rooster: Say man, when there's a soldier in the street that means somebody is gonna go down. Ain't that right. Well Rooster don't want to go down with him.
        Baretta: What do you figure on doin'? (Shut up to Fred)
        Rooster: I'm taking my ladies and I'm headin' for the coop.
        Baretta: You gonna leave me out here in the streets by myself?
        Rooster: Naw man, I'm your blood brother. I just don't want to loose any blood over you.
        Baretta: Cold man, you're gettin' cold. Well, I'll tell ya what I'm gonna do. You just hold on to this here twenty, just keep it for me ya know, just ...
        Rooster: Safe keeping.
        Baretta: Yeah, in case I get killed or somethin'.
        Rooster: Money in the bank.
        Baretta: Yeah.
        Rooster: Say look here man, I ain't got one of those black suits for what do you say, those Autralian funerals. Check out a dude by the name of Eddie Hines, hangs out at the gym, ya dig, this cat is mean man, just like a Mac truck.
        Baretta: On probation, ain't he? Yeah, yeah, you know what, the day you ain't got no information for sale, is the day you will be in the ground. And even then you will be sayin' 'Aye Baretta, I got a twenski for some info, don't let them put the lid down on me.'
        Rooster: Ya ain't lyin'!

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