The Rookies

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  1. Brian Himes

    Brian Himes Screenwriter

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    Well, with the release of Police Woman - Season 1, there is only one show left on my 70s Cop Shows DVD that hasn't been released in a full season set. The Rookies. Ok Sony, where is it? Let's get this show on DVD and soon. And while you're at it, let's finish up Starsky & Hutch (only one season left), Charlies Angels, SWAT (only one season left) and Good Times (only one season left) this year. If you do, I promise to buy each of them. What do ya say? Deal?
     
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    I'd almost forgotten about The Rookies. I'd get that one fast if it was released. Who knows...in this business, "Anything can happen".
     
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    I agree Brian. All of the shows on the '70's cop release I am waiting anxiously for. I just purchased police woman, and although I hadn't seen an ep before the '70's compilation, I now am hooked and really enjopy it. I too am wondering what is taking soooo long with Charlie's Angels (although unofficially announced for season 3) and the last season of Starsky & Hutch.
    All of these shows are excellent fun '70's entertainment!!
     
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    I have no doubt we'll at least season 1 season on The Rookies at some point. I feel that Sony will put out Police Story as well. How far they go with either of them is questionable but it'll be nice to at least get a season. I was a big fan back then (how great was Kate Jackson?) but the show, as with all Aaron Spelling shows, looks so cheesy today. I'd still buy it though.
     

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