Night Heat

Season 1 Episode 18

Snow White

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Aired Thursday Nov 14, 1985 on CTV
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Two combat punks corner a man heading home from work in the park and pretend that they are going to kill him. After frightening him, they run away. The shaken man chases and confronts the thugs and is shot and killed for in the fight. A mentally challenged young girl, who is a friend to one of the thugs witnesses the murder.moreless

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Réal Andrews

Réal Andrews

Lou Garew

Guest Star

Susannah Hoffman

Susannah Hoffman

Debbie Lorris

Guest Star

Marilyn Lightstone

Marilyn Lightstone

Mrs. Lorris

Guest Star

Sean McCann

Sean McCann

Lt. Jim Hogan

Recurring Role

Eugene Clark

Eugene Clark

Det. Colby Burns

Recurring Role

Stephen Mendel

Stephen Mendel

Det. Freddie Carson

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    • (opening commentary)
      Tom: It's funny how childhood memories can be stirred up by a name, a smell, a place. Kevin and I grew up here. Out mothers worried when we went into the park. I don't know why, it was safe back then. The worst that might happen was someone stole your heart. It's different now, there are strangers here and they're after more than your heart.

    • Kevin: Hi Tom.
      Tom: Who is he?
      Kevin: Bill Hurlan. He lived right over there on 18th Street.
      Tom: 18th Street - that's where Spike Flanagan used to live.
      Kevin: Don't remind me. Spike stole my first bicycle.
      Tom: Want to go arrest him?
      Kevin: I think the statute of limitations ran out on that one.

    • (closing commentary)
      Tom: Cops and robbers was a simple game. It's from a simpler day - my day. There were the good guys and the bad guys and we never had any trouble telling them apart. We didn't know everything, but at least we knew that. Today we play a game called war, and none of it is clear. Only the weapons, the anger, the violence and, for most of us, what comfort we can take from just surviving.

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