Hunter/City of Passion (1)

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City of Passion (1)
Season 4, Episode 6
Airdate November 7, 1987
Production Number 5415
Teleplay by Charlotte Clay &
Thomas Huggins
Based on the novel by
Dallas L. Barnes
Directed by James Whitmore, Jr.
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City of Passion (1) is the sixth episode of the fourth season of Hunter, and the seventy-first episode overall.

Starring: Fred Dryer (Det. Sgt. Rick Hunter), Stepfanie Kramer (Det. Sgt. Dee Dee McCall)

Also Starring: Charles Hallahan (Capt. Charles Devane)

Guest Stars: Erik Estrada (Sgt. Brad Navarro), Shelley Taylor Morgan (Sgt. Kitty O'Hearn), Frederick Coffin (Lloyd Fredericks), Gail Youngs (Cathy Navarro), Margaret Gibson (Claire Fredericks), Lezlie Deane (Stacey Tyler), Arthur Rosenberg (Commander Lester D. Cain), Raye Birk (Himself), Barbara Treutelaar (Herself), Susan Cash (Herself), Rudy Ramos (Reuben Garcia), Rony Clanton (Himself), Hank Woessner (Scar Face)

and Robert Reed (Judge Warrick Unger)

Co-Starring: Howard George (Himself)

Featuring: Kay Douglas (Suzi), Tom Lahm (Waiter), Ines Pedroza (Herself), Diana Lewis (Herself), Garry Corgiat (Officer Garrett), Gisela Caldwell (Cain's Secretary), Trevor VanAdelsberg (Lab Assistant), Marland Proctor (Officer)


Plot Overview

The search for a serial rapist known as "Big Foot" intensifies once his crimes escalate to murder. Hunter and McCall are joined on the case by another pair of detectives, Navarro and O'Hearn. McCall has another situation on her hands...while aiding vice cops in a sting operation, she arrested a prominent and well-connected Superior Court judge for soliciting prostitution, and the D.A.'s office and Commander Cain are putting pressure on her to drop the case. Devane is certain that Cain acted improperly in the matter and sets out to prove it. Navarro's marriage suffers because of his job, and his wife throws him out of their house. The rapist turns out to be a realtor who sold McCall her house and has a spare key. which he uses to gain entry into her house. Hunter also tries to help a teenage prostitute who claims to have witnessed the murder of her friend at what appears to be a Satanic ritual.


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