Highway Patrol (1955–1959)
The 1958 Chrysler New Yorker sedan, California license number NNX 246, driven by Richard Widmark in the film, appears in episodes 14 and 19 of the fourth season of Highway Patrol (1955).
the police sketch based on Rob's description looks like actor Broderick Crawford
Broderick Crawford's character, C. Errol Madre, contacts KAOS on a special phone. He begins the conversation saying, "2150 to headquarters", ending with "Ten-Four." This is a nod to his long-running role as Chief Dan Mathews in the series.
TV show mentioned by actor Henry Winkler.
Gorshin impersonates Broderick Crawford and says 'Ten-Four'
Ponch and Jon pull over Broderick Crawford and ask him to do an impression from Highway Patrol
referenced by Bob Newhart in his monologue
Title menioned during the Save-A-Network Telethon
Susan Saint James mentions that when Broderick Crawford hosted SNL they did a Highway Patrol sketch.
Johnny mentions Broderick Crawford's series
Referenced as a television program popular in Russia.
Billy refers to the series.
The show is mentioned by name.
Dan Aykroyd mentions the series and imitates Broderick Crawford
Mentioned by Tom
Broderick Crawford's ubituitous radio signoff "10-4" is referenced.
After Peggy says she's going to report a theft to building security, Paul quips, "Striking resemblance to Broderick Crawford" to which Ken adds, "Peggy Olson, Highway Patrol".
Gene Roddenberry turned in scripts for "Highway Patrol".
Mentioned as one of the shows that Gene Roddenberry wrote for.
footage of Broderick Crawford in patrol car from series
clip of Broderick Crawford/stillframe from movie
Used to illustrate how women in law enforcement used to only be secretaries or clerks.
Spoofed in Highway Patrol sketch.