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  1. Police Story is an American anthology, crime-drama, television series that aired weekly on NBC from September 25, 1973 through April 5, 1977, followed by a season of irregularly scheduled television film specials from September 27, 1977, to May 28, 1978, with three further television films screened in 1979, 1980, and 1987.

  2. Police Story: Created by E. Jack Neuman, Joseph Wambaugh. With Scott Brady, Mel Scott, Don Meredith, Joe Santos. Classic anthology series that details the personal lives of the men and women of the Los Angeles Police Department. The stories ranged from highly dramatic to extremely funny.

  3. Police Story (1973–1987) Episode List Season: OR Year: 1973 S1, Ep0 20 Mar. 1973 Slow Boy 7.9 (112) Rate A tough cop in charge of a special felony squad goes after the vicious son of a Mafia chief who is pulling a string of strong-arm robberies. S1, Ep1 2 Oct. 1973 Dangerous Games 7.9 (52) Rate

  4. October 23, 1973 () 5: 4 "The Violent Homecoming" Virgil Vogel: Mark Rodgers: 60 min: October 30, 1973 () 6: 5 "The Ho Chi Minh Trail" Richard Benedict: Michael Donovan: 60 min: November 6, 1973 () 7: 6 "Collision Course" David Friedkin: Stanford Whitmore: 60 min: November 20, 1973 () 8: 7 "Death on Credit" Edward M. Abroms

  5. Año: 1973. Título original: Police Story. Sinopsis: Serie de TV de 95 capítulos (1973-1977). Retrato de la vida personal y laboral de los hombres y mujeres del Departamento de Policía de Los Ángeles (California). (FILMAFFINITY)Puedes ver Historia policial (Serie de TV) mediante en las plataformas:

  6. Police Story 7.5 Police Story (1973 - 1988) Terminada Serie TV creada en 1973 y terminada en 1988 por Joseph Wambaugh. Se desarrolla durante 6 temporadas y 104 episodios. Drama Crimen Mejores episodios S01E01 : Episodio 1 8.6/10 (18 votos) S02E08 : Episodio 8 8.5/10 (12 votos) S03E08 : Episodio 8 8.5/10 (11 votos) Trailer

  7. Police Story is an anthology television crime drama. The show was the brainchild of author and former policeman Joseph Wambaugh and represented a major step forward in the realistic depiction of police work and violence on network TV.