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Not a "Police Woman" revival TV-movie, but it might as well be
Ange Dickinson plays Sgt. Kelly Mulcahaney, not to be confused with her "Police Woman" TV Series character Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson, but you might as well confuse the two because this TV movie was written and directed by the creator of Police Woman and plays out like an updated version of that series. Dickinson is still the same tough female cop in a man's world that she was on "Police woman," but in this TV movie there's a bit more "Cagney & Lacey" 1980s grit to the proceedings. That story revolves around Dickinson's NYCP detective looking into a series of killings of female police officers and finds out that she's the next target. There's nothing really of note here with the exception of Dickinson, who I've always liked since first seeing "Rio Bravo" and "Point Blank," but that was enough to hold my interest and to make it worth watching. Joseph Bologna and David "Hutch" Soul also appear in the telefilm.
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