Dragnet

Dragnet 1967-1970 was the second run of the Dragnet series. It began in January of 1967, and ran to September of 1970. The lead character, Sgt. Joe Friday, was played by Jack Webb, who also directed and produced the series. The show's focus is on two detectives, Sgt. Joe Friday, and Officer Bill Gannon, played by Harry Morgan. The two track down criminals all throughout the city of Los Angeles, California. The original "Dragnet" was the grandfather of ALL of today's police drama shows. This was the first time a cancelled network TV series was successfully revived. In late 1965, Universal and NBC hired Webb to revive "Dragnet" as a made-for-TV movie. This was filmed in early 1966, but didn't air until January 1969. Titled "World Premiere: Dragnet," the well-made film has Friday and Gannon linking the slayings of photographer's models to the disappearance of a war widow, while Gannon prepares to retire.


Aliases
  • Dragnet 1967
English
  • TheTVDB.com Series ID 77570
  • Status Ended
  • First Aired January 12, 1967
  • Network NBC
  • Average Runtime 45 minutes
  • Genres Action Adventure Crime Drama Mystery
  • Original Country United States of America
  • Original Language English
  • On Other Sites IMDB TMS (Zap2It)
  • Episode Screenshot Format 4:3 Screencap
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  • Created February 4, 2008 by
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  • Modified October 31, 2021 by
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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials January 1969 January 1974 4
Season 1 January 1967 May 1967 17
Season 2 September 1967 March 1968 28
Season 3 September 1968 April 1969 27
Season 4 September 1969 April 1970 26
Season 5 0
Season 6 0
Season 7 0
Season 8 0
Unassigned Episodes 6
Absolute ordering places all episodes in a single ordered season. This is generally used for anime.
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 0
Unassigned Episodes 108
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Jack Webb 101 01/12/1967 - 04/16/1970
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Robert C. Dennis 19 01/19/1967 - 04/09/1970
James Doherty 13 10/10/1968 - 10/23/1969
Michael Donovan 11 02/08/1968 - 04/16/1970
David H. Vowell 9 02/16/1967 - 01/11/1968
Burt Prelutsky 8 09/19/1968 - 10/16/1969
Henry Irving 7 03/02/1967 - 01/25/1968
Alf Harris 7 10/03/1968 - 04/02/1970
Preston Wood 6 01/26/1967 - 02/13/1969
Robert Soderberg 3 01/04/1968 - 03/21/1968
Jack Barrett 2 03/27/1969 - 11/20/1969
Sidney Morse 2 10/19/1967 - 12/14/1967
Richard L. Breen 2 12/21/1967 - 01/27/1969
Don Kilburn 2 12/11/1969 - 03/12/1970
Bill O'Hallaren 2 02/23/1967 - 03/23/1967
Jerry D. Lewis 1 02/22/1968
Charles McDaniel 1 11/09/1967
Robert I. Holt 1 10/17/1968
Jerry Cohen 1 11/14/1968
Marvin Walkenstein 1 11/30/1967
Dick Morgan 1 03/19/1970
John Robinson (V) 1 05/11/1967
Jack Smith 1 09/25/1969
Richard Neil Morgan 1 02/12/1970
Norman Lessing 1 11/30/1967

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