Starsky And Hutch

ABC (ended 1979)


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  • Season 4 Episode 18: Targets Without a Badge (1)

  • When this episode was originally broadcast, the final scene was a 'cliffhanger' type ending with Starsky & Hutch in the Torino being chased by the bad-guys. A gunshot shatters the back-glass of the Torino, and the scene freeze-frames on our heroes as they are startled by the breaking glass. A voice-over tells us to tune in for the exciting next episode!
    At the beginning of the next episode, there is nary a mention of any of this happening, as the boys are doing some goofy 'schtick' about Hutch's silly little car he is temporarily using. They never explain what happened!

  • Season 4 Episode 16: Ninety Pounds of Trouble

  • The character of Joey Carston in this episode(Mare Winningham) is the same character introduced in the third season episode "The Trap". In that episode Kristi McNichol played the part of "Joey". Ann Prentis reprises her role in "Ninety Pounds of Trouble" as Joey's mother, Mrs. Carston.

  • Season 4 Episode 13: The Golden Angel

  • There is a take in the episode showing the Red Torino outside Huggy Bear's "The Pits". On the next take we see Huggy bringing hamburgers to the Golden Angel (Steve Oliver), and we also see that Lynn Benesch (Candy Reese) and Hutch are also sitting at the table. Still, there is no sign of Starsky at the scene.

  • Season 4 Episode 11: Cover Girl (a.k.a. No Dep...

  • Kate Larrabee is seen to drive a Mercedes, but when it explodes, the car has suddenly become a Mustang!

  • Season 4 Episode 10: The Groupie

  • When Harold the Security Guard races in his patrol car towards the thieves, in the shot looking from behind Harold through the windshield (most probably a body double) he is wearing a Security Guard cap – yet when Harold scrambles out of the patrol car, there is absolutely no sign of such a cap anywhere near him.

  • When Hutch sits down at the cafeteria table with Melinda and Barbara, he makes a thing of taking his jacket off and flipping his tie over his shoulder to stop it dangling in his food. Yet in following close-up shots of him, his tie is back hanging downwards, and it's position changes back-and-fourth several times until Melinda points out that it's in the way of his meal and he flips it back (again).

  • Season 4 Episode 6: Strange Justice

  • Not a blooper as such, but a great moment to look out for: When Starsky and Hutch chase Marsellus Cobb to the apartment block, Starsky (or his stunt double) skids the Torino to a halt, but not before it slams into the curb, shaking the whole car!

  • Season 4 Episode 3: Blindfold

  • In an error similar to that which occurred in the third season episode 'I Love You, Rosey Malone', in a stock-footage shot, Starsky's Torino is shown parked in front of the Police Headquarters, where Hutch is doing some research for the case – yet Starsky is actually elsewhere, so the car wouldn't be parked there!

  • Season 4 Episode 2: The Game

  • When Hutch, disguised as a thug, gets a room at the motel, follows owner Ernie upstairs and catches his head on the light, causing his hat to come off, a small hook can quite clearly be seen attached to the light in order to pull the hat off.

  • While calling for an ambulance, the address of The Pits is given in this episode, as being "1348 6th Street". However, in the third season episode 'Hutchinson: Murder One', Hutch had given it as "13th off Holland". (Despite the different appearance, both exterior and interior, of The Pits this season, there is no real suggestion that it has changed premises).

  • Season 4 Episode 1: Discomania

  • As Starsky and Hutch are driving around looking for Tony Mariposa's home and the missing Sergeant Lizzie Thorpe, when the Police Dispatcher and Captain Dobey come through on the radio (dubbed on after filming), much of the background noise in the car suddenly disappears – and bursts back in with S & H's dialogue.

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