Car 54, Where Are You?

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  • 230 Pages
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Car 54, Where Are You? is considered one of the best television comedies ever produced. From 1961 to 1963, Officers Toody and Muldoon were among the most unlikely patrol-car partners ever seen on a police force. Toody was short, stocky and just a bit nosy, a marked contrast to the tall, quiet Muldoon. Although they were assigned to New York's fictional 53rd Precinct--a rundown area of the Bronx not generally considered a hotbed of hilarity--they always seemed to encounter more comedy than crime.

From the episode "Something Nice For Sol" to the classic Christmas episode of 1961, this light-hearted comedy offered a heartwarming approach to our police force at work. The comedy was invariably of the broad slapstick variety reminiscent of Mack Sennett--and one episode even saluted the Keystone Cops!

Created by Nat Hiken, this television program now receives a superb review including biographies on the lead actors, the creation of the series, detailed listings of all 60 television episodes, broadcast history, cast list, plot summaries and lots of behind-the-scenes stories.

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CAR 54, Where Are You? is considered one of the best television comedies ever produced. From 1961 to 1963, Officers Toody and Muldoon were among the most unlikely patrol-car partners ever seen on a police force. Toody was short, stocky, and just a it nosy, a marked contrast to the tall, quiet Muldoon. Although they were assigned to New York's fictional 53rd precinct -- a run down area of the Bronx not generally considered a hotbead of hilarity -- they always seemed to encounter more comedy than crime. From the episode "Something Nice for Sol" to the classic Christmas episode of 1961, this light-hearted comedy offered a heart-warming approach to our police force at work. The comedy was invariably of the broad slapstick variety reminiscent of Mack Sennett -- and one episode even saluted the Keystone Cops! Created by Nat Hiken, this television program now receives a superb review including biographies on the lead actors, the creation of the series, detailed listings of all 60 television episodes, broadcast history, cast list, plot summaries and lots of behind-the-scenes stories.
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  • Sales Rank: 21,805
  • ISBN: 1593933401
  • EAN: 9781593933401
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