Dragnet

Season 4 Episode 15

Homicide - Who Killed Who?

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Aired Thursday 9:30 PM Jan 29, 1970 on NBC
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Friday and Gannon investigate a multiple homicide shooting (four people and one TV set dead). Who killed who, why, and is the killer or killers alive or dead?

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  • An episode to watch more than once, a classic who done it in thirty minutes.

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    The episode starts using the typical format. Bill has a new problem (in this case, buying a motorcycle for his Son), wants to talk about food, talks about a new product, or something else about his home life, family, or whatever. Joe is working on something about the job, such as paper work. Quickly, though, we get mired in a classic half hour who done it mystery of at least 3 dead and one shot up TV.



    From the start this episode was able to grab my attention and keep it. Even on the second viewing I wanted to watch the entire show without skipping ahead, which to me is a sign of a good episode. Friday gets to show off not only his skills as a detective skills and working well with the press. Jack Webb and Joe Friday both are great assets for the L.A.P.D.



    Since I'm recommending people should watch this episode, I won't give away more details other than to say the ending is like a Greek Tragedy showing how stupid and/or ignorant an human can be even two thousand years later.



    On a side note about the production. The episode has two non-credited actors. While this might happen a lot, it is the first time I noticed it in this series. These actors are Marco Lopez as Pedro Martinez, and John Gilgreen as the deliveryman for the new TV (Greek Tragedy aspect).moreless
Jim B. Smith

Jim B. Smith

Captain Brown

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Herb Vigran

Herb Vigran

Paul Woods

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Marshall Reed

Marshall Reed

Sgt. Higbee

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