Hunter/City of Passion (3)

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City of Passion (3)
Season 4, Episode 8
Airdate November 21, 1987
Production Number 5417
Teleplay by Dallas L. Barnes
Based on the novel by
Dallas L. Barnes
Directed by James Whitmore Jr.
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City of Passion (3) is the eighth episode of the fourth season of Hunter, and the seventy-third episode overall.

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), John Shearin (Lt. Ambrose Finn), Rosemary Forsyth (Dr. Paxton), Hank Woessner (Scar Face)

and Robert Reed (Judge Warren Unger)

Co-Starring: Robert Colbert (Internal Affairs), Conrad Bachmann (Commander Stone), Danil Torppe (Detective), Don Edmonds (Detective)

Featuring: Eck Stone (Ho), Eric Hines (Sgt. Olds), Bess Meisler (Unger's Maid), Roger Hampton (The Foreman), Garry Corgiat (Officer Garrett), Mary McKuen (Female Officer), Budge Threlkeld (Uniform Sergeant), Joe Flood (Jailor), Albert Gonzales, Jr. (Latin Jailor), Thos Peterson (Communications Technician)


Plot Overview

McCall is attacked by rapist Fredericks in her own home, but refuses to report the crime, putting her career in jeopardy. Hunter catches up with the 'Scar Face' guy whom he suspects of killing Stacey, the young prostitute who sought his help, but soon finds himself hauled before Internal Affairs after shooting the guy in the leg. Navarro is able to salvage his marriage, but becomes frustrated when the D.A. orders Fredericks cut loose due to insufficient evidence. McCall goes to cut Fredericks loose, but it's really an excuse to trap him in the act and arrest him. Fredericks's wife discovers evidence of her husband's 'extracurricular activities' and shows up at the police station with a surprise that no one saw coming. Hunter goes to arrest Judge Unger on murder charges and then he and Devane debate whether McCall should lose her job over failure to report a felony.


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