Ron Carey

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VIDEO: Inauguration

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Inauguration
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Length: 25:14
Aired: 5/18/1978

The mayoral inauguration is hectic for the 12th Precinct officers as they rescue a would-be political suicide, investigate the new mayor's hate mail, and learn of the resignation of Harris, who has been asked to work on the mayor's staff. watch

VIDEO: The Sighting

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The Sighting
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Length: 25:14
Aired: 5/11/1978

A wife claims that her husband is converting her assets into gold; the Air Force investigates Wojo's claim of having seen a UFO. watch

VIDEO: Evaluation

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Evaluation
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Length: 24:10
Aired: 5/4/1978

Evaluation reports worry the officers at a time when they must contend with the elderly, married proprietors of a vandalized pornography shop, and an assailant who will give no name, only a number. watch

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Into The Arms Of Strangers
Barney Miller: Werewolf
Johnny Dangerously
Barney Miller: The Election

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Credits

Year Title Description
1994 Troublemakers Movie, Actor - Sheriff Fox
1991 Lucky Luke Movie, Actor - Joe Dalton
1989 Have Faith TV Show Series, Actor - Father Paglia
1984 Johnny Dangerously Movie, Actor - Pat
1981 History Of The World, Part 1 Movie, Actor - Swiftus

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News

Barney Miller Star Dead at 71

And no, it is not Abe Vigoda, as Raven Snook pointed out in passing this along. As reported by the New York Times:"Ron Carey, the pint-sized, round-faced comic best known as the unjustifiably cocky police officer Carl Levitt on the long-running television situation comedy Barney Miller, died [of a stroke] Tuesday in Los Angeles. He was 71."Aww, I loved Levitt. Represented for the little guy so well. Then again, I loved everything about Barney Miller. Terrific show. read more

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