Rent Starsky and Hutch: Series 4 (1978)

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17h 11min
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Starsky & Hutch, produced by Aaron Spelling and Leonard Goldberg, was one of TV's best cop shows and the 1978-1979 final season was a fitting farewell. Stars David Soul (now sporting a sexy '70s moustache) and Paul Michael Glaser showed more range than ever with plot twists that dramatically put them at odds with Huggy Bear in a three-part episode, or had the detectives hilariously posing as disco dancers, hillbillies and hairdressers in other episodes. Besides recurring fan favourites Huggy and Captain Dobey, an amazing array of guest stars, including Kim Cattrall (TV's "Sex and the City") and Jeffrey Tambor (TV's "Arrested Development") played memorable roles.
With colourful bad guys, explosive gunplay, big laughs and burning rubber-action aplenty, the fourth season of Starsky & Hutch was the crowing achievement of this classic show.
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TV Action & Adventure, TV Classics, TV Crimes, TV Dramas
Release Date:
Run Time:
1031 minutes
English, French, German, Italian
Arabic, Dutch, English, English Hard of Hearing, French, German, Italian
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Full Screen 1.33:1 / 4:3
Disc 1:
This disc includes the following episodes:
1. Discomania
2. The Game
3. Blindfold
4. Photo Finish
5. Moonshine
Disc 2:
This disc includes the following episodes:
6. Strange Justice
7. The Avenger
8. Dandruff
9. Black And Blue
10. The Groupie
Disc 3:
This disc includes the following episodes:
11. Cover Girl (aka No Deposit, No Return)
12. Starsky's Brother (aka Starsky's Little Brother)
13. The Golden Angel
14. Ballad For A Blue Lady
15. Birds Of A Feather
Disc 4:
This disc includes the following episodes:
16. Ninety Pounds Of Trouble
17. Huggy Can't Go Home (aka Huggy Can't Go Back)
18. Targets Without A Badge (Part 1)
19. Targets Without A Badge (Part 2)
20. Targets Without A Badge (Part 3)
Disc 5:
This disc includes the following episodes:
21. Starsky vs Hutch
22. Sweet Revenge

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Reviews (1) of Starsky and Hutch: Series 4

A series that improved with age. - Starsky and Hutch: Series 4 review by DH

Spoiler Alert

Series one and two were pretty cartoon like with corney plots and a noticeable low budget. Series three and four however improved noticeably, with better writing and direction.It even has some handheld camera action, which was very rare on TV at the time. For it's time, it was remarkably progressive, touching on subjects such as hidden homosexuality and white cops shooting young black kids, although no doubt today's snowflakes would consider it very sexist. Some surprising guests as well including Danny De Vito, Kim Caterall, Joan Collins and Phillip Michael Thomas.

I think they also called time on the series at exactly the right time, having taken it as far as they could. An iconic 70's series that could be improved by a thorough clean up and re master (Sony!) and a release on Blu Ray. Interestingly, the final episode was of noticeably higher technical quality, with a much sharper, less grainy transfer, but I have no idea why that is.I understand there was talk of a reboot last year, I hope that has not come to anything as it would be pointless. A 2018 Starsky & Hutch would probably demand that Starsky is black and Hutch is gay, burning up the streets on pedal cycles and Huggy Bear would be a transgender activist. No thanks.

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