Starsky And Hutch

Season 1 Episode 4

Snowstorm

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Oct 01, 1975 on ABC
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Starsky and Hutch, along with three Narco detectives, make a large drug bust, nabbing a $3,000,000 cocaine shipment. Following the successful raid, the pair comes under suspicion by both the department and an unhappy drug lord who claims a million dollars worth of the drugs have disappeared. They're given 48 hours to clear their names and their fellow detectives, and nail the drug lord behind the operation–the same man who was responsible for the murder of Captain Dobey's former partner years before. And Hutch wants to know why he keeps spotting a Dalmatian dog that seems to appear whenever danger lurks nearby...moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Paul Michael Glaser

    Paul Michael Glaser

    Detective Sergeant David "Dave" Michael Starsky

    David Soul

    David Soul

    Detective Sergeant Kenneth "Ken Hutch" Hutchinson

    Bernie Hamilton

    Bernie Hamilton

    Captain Harold C. Dobey

    Antonio Fargas

    Antonio Fargas

    "Huggy Bear" Brown

    George Dzundza

    George Dzundza

    Crandell

    Guest Star

    Paul Benjamin

    Paul Benjamin

    Detective Burke

    Guest Star

    Richard Venture

    Richard Venture

    Detective Corman

    Guest Star

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    • TRIVIA (6)

      • Hutch refers to Starsky's red-and-white Gran Torino as the "striped tomato" for the first time in this episode. A nick-name that often comes to be associated with the vehicle, especially by fans

      • During the shoot-out with the bad-guys at the beginning of this episode, a shot is fired at Starsky, with the rear of the Gran Torino directly behind him. As Starsky dives out of the bullet's trajectory, it should have squarly hit the Torino, but there was no 'bullet hit' or other mark on the car.

      • There is a shot of Starsky and Hutch on their way to Huggy's, then a shot of Huggy's which has no cars in front. The next shot is Starsky and Hutch pulling up to Huggy's and parking behind a car. This is probably because the first shot of Huggy's is stock footage.

      • As Burke, Corman and Kalowitz in thier brown Torino force Hutch's Galaxie 500 to the side of the road, the two cars stop with the front doors only inches away from each other, making it impossible to open either of the opposing doors.
        In a very quick edit, the cars are now several feet apart from each other, making it possible for the antagonists and our heroes to exit thier vehicles and confront each other.

      • At the bust, the bad guys are being handcuffed, Hutch answers a question from Kalowitz as he holds his prisoner. He then grabs Starsky's handcuffed prisoner and begins to walk away. In the next shot, Starsky is still cuffing his prisoner and he is no where near Hutch. He then shoves his prisoner over to Hutch.

      • When Starsky and Hutch are racing along in Hutch's car to see Crandall and they are pulled over by Detectives Burke, Corman and Kalowitz, there is a shot of the cars that is noticeably speeded up, making it look like something out of a comedy film!

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