Steve Forrest

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VIDEO: Murder, She Wrote: Season 12: Race to Death

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Murder, She Wrote: Season 12: Race to Death
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Length: 45:43
Aired: 4/28/1996

Rivalry between two yachtsmen escalates when one is murdered two days before a big race and the other's daughter becomes the key suspect. watch

VIDEO: Bar-B-Cued

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Bar-B-Cued
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Length: 46:00
Aired: 12/12/1986

Bobby returns from South America with evidence regarding Wes Parmalee but it's an unexpected, and uninvited, guest at the annual Ewing barbecue who provides Miss Ellie with the shocking truth. watch

VIDEO: Something Old, Something New

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Something Old, Something New
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Length: 48:00
Aired: 12/5/1986

Bobby leaves for South America in search of information to disprove Parmalee's claims, with evidence mounting that he really is Jock. The grim duty of retracing the route to Jock's accident faces Bobby in South America. watch

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The Longest Day
Dream Wife
The Baron: The Complete Series
The Bad And The Beautiful

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Murder, She Wrote: Season 8: Terminal Connection
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Murder, She Wrote: Season 5: Double Exposure

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Credits

Year Title Description
2003 S.W.A.T. Movie, Actor - S.W.A.T. Truck Driver
1997 Killer Movie, Actor - Warden Charles Casey
1992 Storyville Movie, Actor - Judge Quentin Murdoch
1987 Amazon Women On The Moon Movie, Actor - Capt. Nelson
1985 Spies Like Us Movie, Actor - Gen. Sline

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S.W.A.T. Star Steve Forrest Dies at 87

Steve Forrest, who starred as Lt. Dan "Hondo" Harrelson on the 1970s series S.W.A.T., died peacefully on May 18 in Thousand Oaks, Calif., according to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 87.

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