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Main Cast Reviews  Michael Woods, William Sadler, Josh Brolin Categories  Crime | Drama Duration  1987 - 1988 7.2

Review
This show is set in 1950's Hollywood. The set design was accurate and made you feel like you were back in time. The main protagonist is Jack Cleary is a cop. He tried to expose corruption within his department and lost his badge. Jack then hit the bottole. Jack takes over his brother's private investigator firm. Johnny Betts works with him. He has a contact on the police force called Lt. Fontana. The interesting storylines were well worth watching.

Cast:
Michael Woods as Jack Cleary 12 episodes 1987-1988,
William Sadler as Lieutenant Charlie Fontana / ... 12 episodes 1987-1988,
Josh Brolin as Johnny Betts 12 episodes 1987-1988,
Lisa Jane Persky as Dottie 12 episodes 1987-1988,

More Cast (147) ...
George Kmeck as Voicebox / ... 3 episodes 1987,
Alice Adair as Jessie 2 episodes 1987,
Noble Willingham as Calvin 2 episodes 1987,
Peter Gallagher as Tommy Baron / ... 2 episodes 1987,
Nick Angotti as Hogan 2 episodes 1987,
Wayne Grace as Walczak 2 episodes 1987,
Cleavant Derricks as Felix / ... 2 episodes 1987-1988,
Patti Negri as Blonde / ... 2 episodes 1987-1988,
Deke Anderson as Chauffeur / ... 2 episodes 1987-1988,
Andrew Roperto as Gang Leader / ... 2 episodes 1987,
Karen Ragan-George as Hooker 2 episodes 1987,
Jeff McCracken as Eddie / ... 1 episode 1987-1988,
Benicio Del Toro as Carlos 2 episodes 1987,
Michael Gerard as Camera Store Clerk / ... 2 episodes 1987,
Jamey Sheridan as Joe Quinlan 1 episode 1987,
Jim Youngs as Billy Ray 1 episode 1987,
Katy Boyer as Eva Miles 1 episode 1987,
Kent McCord as 1 episode 1988,
Maris Valainis as Orin Schooley 1 episode 1987,
Shawn Weatherly as 1 episode 1988,
Ray Wise as Senator McNeill 1 episode 1987,
Robin Curtis as Eileen Quinlan 1 episode 1987,
Tim Scott McConnell as Duane 1 episode 1987,
Richard Bright as 1 episode 1988,
Dennis Holahan as Michael Cornell 1 episode 1987,
Frank Annese as Frank Tucci 1 episode 1987,
Tim Scott McConnel as Duane 1 episode 1987,
Michael McGuire as 1 episode 1988,
David Paymer as Archie Hammond 1 episode 1987,
John Aprea as Larry Robbins 1 episode 1987,
Ken Lerner as Ira 1 episode 1987,
Robert Pastorelli as Villanova 1 episode 1987,
Sal Viscuso as Eddie 1 episode 1987,
Julie Ronnie as Alice Flemming 1 episode 1988,
Cliff Emmich as Victor 1 episode 1987,
Siedah Garrett as Singer 1 episode 1987,
Joe D'Angerio as Weasel Reporter 1 episode 1988,
Saul Stein as Sidney Bloom 1 episode 1987,
Julie Fulton as Abby Holmes 1 episode 1987,
Fee Waybill as Deejay 1 episode 1987,
John Lavachielli as Ralphie Santangelo 1 episode 1987,
Michael Franco as Donny Breedlove 1 episode 1987,
Branscombe Richmond as Nickey Whitehorse 1 episode 1987,
Blackie Dammett as Jerome 1 episode 1987,
Steve Pershing as Cameraman 1 episode 1988,
Mindi Miller as Stripper 1 episode 1987,
Slim Jim Phantom as Loser 1 episode 1987,
Dar Langlois as Rosey 1 episode 1987,
Fay DeWitt as Reporter 1 episode 1988,
Gary Ballard as Minister 1 episode 1987,
Fran Montano as Dottie's Date 1 episode 1987,
Joseph Romeo as Reporter 1 episode 1988,
Troy Evans as Scotty 1 episode 1987,
Jack Wells as Director 1 episode 1987,
Staness Jonekos as Starlet 1 episode 1987,
Joe Hart as Hood 1 episode 1987,
Stuart Nelson as Policeman 1 episode 1987,
Richard Herkert as Fillipino Houseboy 1 episode 1987,
Robert Picardo as Eddie Rosen 1 episode 1987,
Rosalind Chao as Kai-Lee 1 episode 1987,
Susan Blakely as Rita Marlo 1 episode 1987,
Robert Beltran as Miguel Brojas 1 episode 1987,
Jay O. Sanders as Nick Cleary 1 episode 1987,
Art LaFleur as Detective Sfakis 1 episode 1987,
Terry Kiser as Eddie Saperstein 1 episode 1987,
Stanley Kamel as Gator 1 episode 1987,
Faye Grant as Lana 1 episode 1987,
Tim Thomerson as Mac Dixon 1 episode 1987,
Tom Bower as Tom McGuinnes 1 episode 1987,
Todd Allen as Test Pilot 1 episode 1987,
Jack McGee as Hull 1 episode 1987,
Ed Marinaro as Nickey the Rose 1 episode 1987,
Debra Stipe as Desi France 1 episode 1987,
Matt Mulhern as Tommy Dade 1 episode 1987,
James Luisi as Geoffers 1 episode 1987,
Claude Brooks as Clayton Burke 1 episode 1987,
Don Calfa as Peppy Roth 1 episode 1987,
Frederick Coffin as Dan Dibble 1 episode 1987,
Michael Pataki as 1 episode 1987,
Leon Russom as FBI Director Miller 1 episode 1987,
Peter Kwong as Joe Boys Gang Leader 1 episode 1987,
Debra Feuer as Betty Clayton 1 episode 1987,
Angela Alvarado as Angela Raza 1 episode 1987,
Annie O'Donnell as Secretary 1 episode 1987,
Judd Omen as Frankie 1 episode 1987,
Duane Whitaker as Assistant Director 1 episode 1987,
Geno Silva as Oso 1 episode 1987,
Vic Polizos as Michy 1 episode 1987,
Ping Wu as Ko-Chien Lu 1 episode 1987,
Mike Moroff as Loco 1 episode 1987,
Jeannine Bisignano as Girl 1 episode 1987,
Ron Karabatsos as Rollo Augustine 1 episode 1987,
Al Fann as Malcolm 1 episode 1987,
Andrew Bloch as Mickey Schneider 1 episode 1987,
Hugh Gillin as Narvel Husky 1 episode 1987,
Jonna Lee as Yvonne 1 episode 1987,
Irene Olga López as Maid 1 episode 1987,
Bruno Marcotulli as First Bodyguard 1 episode 1987,
Tad Horino as Old Man 1 episode 1987,
James Lashly as Todak 1 episode 1987,
Mari Gorman as Rita 1 episode 1987,
Joon Kim as San SienSiang 1 episode 1987,
Josh Cruze as Eddie Raza 1 episode 1987,
Anthony Charnota as Raymond Battista 1 episode 1987,
Charles Boswell as Detective Hine 1 episode 1987,
David Kagen as Kaplan 1 episode 1987,
Tom Finnegan as Veteran Policeman 1 episode 1987,
Simmy Bow as Vendor 1 episode 1987,
Lisa Dunsheath as Mickey Schneider's Girlfriend 1 episode 1987,
Leslie Morris as Owens 1 episode 1987,
Royce Wallace as Grandmother 1 episode 1987,
James Intveld as Eddie Burnett 1 episode 1987,
Keith Charles as Gen. Brett Samuels 1 episode 1987,
Richard Partlow as Bar Owner 1 episode 1987,
Gary Lee Davis as Biker 1 episode 1987,
Joe Flood as Drunk 1 episode 1987,
Harris Laskawy as Mickey Gold 1 episode 1987,
Keith Joe Dick as Lana's Date 1 episode 1987,
Michael Leopard as Natell 1 episode 1987,
Tony Valentino as Chico 1 episode 1987,
John Dewey Carter as Rev. Williams 1 episode 1987,
Aaron Seville as Herpie 1 episode 1987,
Marla Frumkin as Nadine 1 episode 1987,
Tom Mustin as Rookie Policeman 1 episode 1987,
Oren Waters as The Tunic Gems 1 episode 1987,
Michael McNab as Policeman 1 episode 1987,
Lisa Wilkinson as Helen Burke 1 episode 1987,
Ralph Meyering Jr. as Reporter 1 episode 1987,
Luther Waters as The Tunic Gems 1 episode 1987,
Nick Eldredge as Doctor 1 episode 1987,
Joe Horváth as Uniform Policeman 1 episode 1987,
Lisa Peders as Girl 1 episode 1987,
John H. Evans as Policeman 1 episode 1987,
Roy Galloway as The Tunic Gems 1 episode 1987,
Lee Shael as Guy Fontaine 1 episode 1987,
Josef Powell as The Tunic Gems 1 episode 1987,
Peter A. Stelzer as Recording Engineer 1 episode 1987,
Tommy Tucker as Paramedic 1 episode 1987,
Bill Lee as Frank Kwan 1 episode 1987,
Victor Chew as Gang Member 1 episode 1987,
William Moore as Dibble's Partner 1 episode 1987,
Victor Wong as Uncle Lu 1 episode 1987,
William Winckler as Valet Parker (uncredited) 1 episode 1987,
Kelli Lessie as Waitress (uncredited) 1 episode 1987,
David Felker as Pool Party Guest (uncredited) 1 episode 1987,
Paul Vasquez as Carlos (uncredited) 1 episode 1988


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