Car 54, Where are You?

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NBC (ended 1963)

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Car 54, Where are You?
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This black and white comedy show of the 1960's featured an unforgettable pair of hilarious police officers. Their scraps are many, but you can't help forgiving them their errors when their hearts are so big. Together, they fight crime in New York City, bringing out the best in others around them. Theme Song There's a hold-up in the Bronx, Brooklyn's broken out in fights. There's a traffic jam in Harlem, That's backed up to Jackson Heights. There's a scout troop short a child, Khrushchev's due at Idlewild... Car 54 where are you? Is this show on DVD? No. Do they re-run this show on TV? No, sorry, it isn't re-running on any channel. But, TV Land or the Hallmark Channel could re-run it, so check your local listings. But I don't guarantee this so don't take my word for it. Where have I heard of Charlotte Rae from? She starred on Diff'rent Strokes for awhile and The Facts of Life. Check her person page for more info about her. Is this show in color or black and white? Black and white. Trivia For the black-and-white location shots, the patrol cars were painted red so as not to confuse the locals. Nominations / Awards Won - 1962 Emmy for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy. Winner was Nat Hiken for Car 54, Where are You? Movie Connections Referenced in: The Incredibles, Munster, Go Home, Lethal Weapon 3, Sundae in New York, and Twilight Zone: The Movie. Spoofed in: Slumber Party '57. Movie: Car 54, Where Are You?.moreless
Fred Gwynne

Fred Gwynne

Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis

Al Lewis

Officer Leo Schnauser

Nipsey Russell

Nipsey Russell

Officer Anderson (1961-1962)

Charlotte Rae

Charlotte Rae

Sylvia Schnauser (1962-1963)

Joe E. Ross

Joe E. Ross

Officer Gunther Toody

Paul Reed

Paul Reed

Captain Martin Block

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Who knew that cops could be so funny? This 60's TV show is more fun than a barrel of monkeys. The predicaments that they get themselves into, will make keep you laughing.moreless

    10
    If you like I Love Lucy, The Lucy Show or Gilligan's Island, you will love this show. Every episode is funny. You never know what will happen next. If this TV Series was released on DVD, it would be a big seller.

    I wasn't even born when this show was on TV. I first saw it on cable in the 1980's. I have purchased all of the videos of this show. It always makes me laugh no matter how bad I'm feeling. I wish that today's shows were funny like this show instead of the garbage that is now shown. This is a show that you can watch with your children.

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    This show had one of the greatest theme songs of all time.
    05/06/08
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