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(TV Series)

(1976)

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Directed by 

Don Weis

Writing Credits  

Stephen J. Cannell ... (created by)
 
Larry Alexander ... (teleplay)
 
Alan B. Cotler ... (story) and
Larry Alexander ... (story)

Cast (in credits order)  

Robert Blake ... Det. Tony Baretta
Tom Ewell ... Billy Truman
Edward Grover ... Lt. Hal Brubaker (as Ed Grover)
Henry Darrow ... Delgado
John Fujioka ... Mishima
Helen Funai Helen Funai ... Nancy
Jeannie Linero Jeannie Linero ... Marisa Delgado
Pepe Serna ... The Ninja
Michael D. Roberts ... Rooster
James Hong ... Dr. Pao
Jesse Dizon ... Ohira
Paul Cavonis ... Masnick
John Dennis Johnston ... Duarte
Momo Yashima Momo Yashima ... Alice Mishima
Allen Joseph ... Silverstein
John Herzfeld ... Mario
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michele Marsh ... Masseuse
Angelo Rossitto ... Little Moe
June Smaney June Smaney ... Rosie
Lala the Cockatoo Lala the Cockatoo ... Fred the Cockatoo (uncredited)

Produced by 

Charles Dismukes ... producer (as Charles E. Dismukes)
Alan Godfrey ... associate producer
Anthony Spinner ... executive producer

Music by 

Tom Scott

Cinematography by 

Harry L. Wolf ... director of photography

Film Editing by 

John Kaufman ... (as John Kaufman Jr.)

Art Direction by 

John P. Bruce

Set Decoration by 

Gregory Garrison ... (as Greg Garrison)

Costume Design by 

Darryl Martell

Production Management 

John Gaudioso ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Ronald Martinez ... assistant director (as Ron Martinez)

Sound Department 

Andrew Gilmore ... sound
John Stacy ... sound effects editor (as John M. Stacy)

Stunts 

Jesse Wayne ... stunt double (stunt double: John Fujioka)

Music Department 

Morgan Ames ... lyricist: theme music
Dave Grusin ... composer: theme music
Charles Paley ... music editor

Other crew 

Larry Forrester ... executive story consultant
Gene Thompson ... creative consultant

See also

Release Dates | Official Sites | Company Credits | Filming & Production | Technical Specs

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