Dragnet 1967/Dragnet 1966

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Dragnet 1966
Airdate January 27, 1969
Written by Richard L. Breen
Directed by Jack Webb
Produced by Jack Webb
Network NBC
Style 120-minute crime drama
Company Mark VII Limited,
Universal Television


Origin USA
← 3x15
B.O.D.: DR-27
3x16 →
Narcotics: DR-21
Dragnet 1967
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Dragnet 1966 is the pilot movie for Dragnet 1967.

Starring: Jack Webb (Sergeant Joe Friday), Harry Morgan (Officer Bill Gannon)

Cast: Vic Perrin (Don Negler), Virginia Gregg (Mrs. Kruger), Gene Evans (Capt. Hugh Brown), John Roseboro (Sgt. Dave Bradford), Bobby Troup (George Freeman), Tom Williams (Melvin Gannon), Jack Ragotzy (Carl Rockwell), Roger Til (William Smith), Gérald Michenaud (Claude La Borg), Bruce Watson (Freddie), Herb Ellis (Ricky Markell), Eddie Firestone (Max Shelton), Elizabeth Rogers (Eve Sorenson)

Contents

Plot Overview

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

  • Although it was originally produced in 1966 as the pilot for a revival of the original Dragnet, Dragnet 1966 did not air on TV until 1969, about midway through the show's third season. After seeing this movie, NBC executives ordered the revival to series during the 1966-67 season as a mid-season replacement for recently-cancelled sitcom The Hero

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes