The men in blue uniforms are back! You have the right to sit back and ride along with the officers of Adam-12 as they patrol the streets of 1969 Los Angeles when Season Two of the groundbreaking Emmyr-nominated television series Adam-12, starring Martin Milner and McCord as intrepid Officers Pete Malloy and Jim Reed.
This classic police drama was created and produced in 1968 by Jack Webb, who had already produced and starred in the highly successful Dragnet. Adam-12 followed the careers and lives of two Los Angeles police officers, veteran Patrol Officer Pete Malloy (Martin Milner) and rookie Jim Reed (Kent McCord).
Officers Malloy (Martin Milner) and Reed (Kent McCord) play mother hen over a young reservist (Steve Franken) but their worries subside when he thwarts a bank robbery. Gary Crosby and 1968 Olympic decathlon champ Bill Toomey are featured guests.
Officers Malloy (Martin Milner) and Reed (Kent McCord), aided by a police helicopter relaying directions, pursue robbery suspects in a wild chase. Comedian Norm Crosby appears as a football fanatic.
Malloy and Reed work with young hot rodders in an effort to get them off the streets.
Four witnesses contradict Malloy's eyewitness account and accuse Sgt. MacDonald of reckless driving when his police car (L-20) struck a pedestrian.
Frank Sinatra, Jr., once a kidnap victim himself, portrays a frustrated actor who abducts an airline stewardess (Francine York) in a dramatic attempt to get a television role. Martin Milner and Kent McCord star.
Bandits using tear gas and a unique escape route rob an armored truck at a savings and loan.
Malloy and Reed arrest a pair of phony money passers and catch a robber in the act.
Officers Malloy and Reed arrest a dope peddler and her supplier.
Warren Stevens portrays an officer who returns to duty after eight years and finds changes more than he can endure.
Malloy and Reed are targets of a sniper who is really after Reed.
Two killers capture Reed while he and Malloy are transporting a prisoner through Malibu Canyon.
Malloy disappears into the wilds of Griffith Park while pursuing a robbery suspect.
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