Sledge Hammer! (1986–1988)
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They Call Me Mr. Trunk 

The military has developed a top secret new virus. A man that became infected has escaped. They alert the precinct to be on the lookout for this man, but don't tell them why. Hammer and ... See full summary »

Director:

Seymour Robbie

Writers:

Alan Spencer (creator), Mark Curtiss | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
David Rasche ... Sledge Hammer
Anne-Marie Martin ... Dori Doreau
Harrison Page ... Captain Trunk
William Smithers ... Colonel Poltz
Edy Williams ... Dream Girl
Leslie Morris Leslie Morris ... Officer Majoy
Patti Tippo ... Officer Daley
Greg Travis ... Roger - Attorney
Norman Fell ... Doctor
Jim Bentley ... Bartender
Diane Sainte-Marie Diane Sainte-Marie ... Lisa Ellerblub
Dallas Cole Dallas Cole ... Nurse
Mernalyn Mernalyn ... Wanda Lubeck
Dori Arnold Dori Arnold ... Prostitute #2
Christopher Doyle ... Richard Sirod
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Storyline

The military has developed a top secret new virus. A man that became infected has escaped. They alert the precinct to be on the lookout for this man, but don't tell them why. Hammer and Doreau find the man at a bar. Even though he was ordered not to touch him, Hammer brings him in, and accidentally infects the whole police station. Everyone on the staff, except for Captain Trunk, starts having hallucinations. The military quarantines the station, and plans to just let them die. This leaves Trunk on his own to find a way to save his squad. Written by brownsbros3

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Genres:

Action | Comedy

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Trivia

General Poltz says Captain Trunk could get the Congressional Medal of Honor for saving everyone. However, the Medal of Honor is only given to military personnel. In fact there are three forms of the medal, one each for Army, Navy, and Air Force. The highest non- military medal is the Presidential Medal of Freedom. See more »

Quotes

Dori Doreau: Captain, this is ridiculous. Getting mad is supposed to make us well?
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References They Call Me Mister Tibbs! (1970) See more »

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Release Date:

17 December 1987 (USA) See more »

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