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Car 54

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  1. Car 54, Where Are You? is a police Sitcom created by Nat Hiken (whose previous credits included The Phil Silvers Show), which aired on NBC for two seasons (–63). NYPD Officer Gunther Toody (Joe E. Ross) is a short, stocky, dim-witted, married cop who is assigned to Patrol Car 54 in the (fictional) 53rd precinct in the Bronx with the taller, thinner, smarter, unmarried Officer Francis.
  2. Car 54, Where Are You? (TV Series –) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
  3. Mar 10,  · Who can forget watching in one’s youth the great sitcom Car 54, Where Are You? It aired for just two glorious seasons, from to , on NBC on Sunday nights from to .
  4. Car 54, Where Are You? (musical interlude) There's a holdup in the Bronx, Brooklyn's broken out in fights. There's a traffic jam in Harlem That's backed up to Jackson Heights. There's a scout troop short a child, Khrushchev's due at Idlewild Car 54, Where Are You? [Thanks to agakelvmarijurusandromadar.xyzinfo, flinderg for correcting these lyrics].
  5. May 01,  · By way of an explanation, the “Car 54” Toody and Muldoon drove on the series was painted dark red and white to destroy any resemblance to New York’s official dark green and white squad cars. “Cab drivers are always passing by and pointing out the car to their passengers.
  6. While Car 54 is in a garage for repairs, Toody and Muldoon hastily borrow a stranger's car and quickly repaint it to look like theirs, not knowing that the car they borrowed was actually stolen by a hit and run stolen car ring. (Al Lewis appears in the role of a mechanic instead of as officer Schnauzer). 8: 8 "Love Finds Muldoon" Nat Hiken: Nat.
  7. Car 54 Where Are You? Lyrics: There's a holdup in the Bronx! / Brooklyn's broken out in fights! / There's a traffic jam in Harlem that's backed up to Jackson Heights! / There's a scout troop short.
  8. The guide said, "No, in fact, every Sunday evening Faulkner would walk to a neighbor's house and watch 'Car 54' on their television." The thought kept going through my mind of William Faulkner sitting in his neighbor's living room, puffing on his pipe, sipping a large bourbon, and laughing out .

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