Hunter (1984–1991)
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Sniper 

Hunter is looking for a sniper who is killing women who look similar. He thinks the man has military training so he goes to the base and butts heads with a sergeant. At the same an IRS man ... See full summary »

Director:

James Whitmore Jr.

Writers:

Frank Lupo (created by), Sidney Ellis
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Fred Dryer ... Rick Hunter
Stepfanie Kramer ... Dee Dee McCall
Jack Starrett ... Dennis Balzer
James Cromwell ... Seymour Robbins
Joe Dorsey ... Sgt. Louis Whitlow
James Whitmore Jr. James Whitmore Jr. ... Bernie Terwilliger
Sandy Martin ... Iris Balzer
John Sanderford ... Brad Wakely
John Amos ... Captain Dolan
John Walcutt ... Cheryl's Boyfriend
Daniel Chodos Daniel Chodos ... Capt. Danziger
Gary Crosby ... Smitty
Michael Galardi Michael Galardi ... Guardsman
Phil Brock ... Guardsman
William Jones William Jones ... Guardsman (as J. Bill Jones)
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Hunter is looking for a sniper who is killing women who look similar. He thinks the man has military training so he goes to the base and butts heads with a sergeant. At the same an IRS man shows up at the station to talk to Hunter about a unusual deduction he made. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 May 1985 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The shooting range scene is copied from Magnum Force, the second Dirty Harry movie. See more »

Goofs

In the opening shot the "sniper" is seen walking while carrying an M16 with a 20-round magazine loaded. In the next shot with the M16, the magazine is gone. A few shots later the "sniper" loads a 20-round magazine into the M16. See more »

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Love Me Tender (Instrumental)
(uncredited)
Written by Elvis Presley and Vera Matson (pseudonym of Ken Darby)
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ABOUT AVERAGE BUT ....
22 July 2018 | by rms125aSee all my reviews

Pretty good episode. Notable for some very gruesome and violent crimes but also some hilarious repartee by Hunter and McCall. When Hunter directs McCall to do some checking, she says "Me? You' re suddenly allergic to files?" and Hunter, when questioning a suspect who happens to be a soldier at a firing range (about the murder of his girlfriend), gets tired of being undercut by a suddenly (and suspiciously) officious sergeant, says, "Who was going with her, you or him?" Earlier, Hunter, managed to evade a particularly noxious IRS agent trying to audit him by sacrificing his superior (played by John Amos) who ends up having to try to explain some dodgy police cash practices and winds up being audited himself. Not realistic but amusing.

Neither Dryer not Kramer were particularly notable thespians (LOL) but they had a very good chemistry.


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