| Jun 16, 2010
| 1:30 PM
Technically, this was the only season of "Dragnet 1968" - the NBC series update had started a year earlier with (what else?) "Dragnet 1967" - but there's no mistaking the ultraprocedural style the title indicates.
Star and producer Jack Webb continues...
| Feb 6, 2010
The first time Robin Mininni saw the 1960s Palm Springs home, she hated the décor: the black-and-white giant floral prints on curtains and bedspreads, uncomfortable-looking '50s furniture set against turquoise living room walls, and bedrooms painted in...
| Feb 26, 2010
| 9:44 AM
1 Waffle (Out of 4) - It's like Beverly Hills Cop meets Die Hard, except we like those movies.
Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan star as Jimmy and Paul - two longtime detectives who have a bad reputation. After screwing up a sting operation, the partners are...
| Nov 4, 2010
| 1:13 PM
This actually is the NBC update of Jack Webb's police series that began as "Dragnet 1967," but the year in the title changed with each season of the show.
Tight-lipped Sgt. Joe Friday (Webb) and Officer Bill Gannon (Harry Morgan) probe cases that were...
| Jul 13, 2010
| 1:45 PM
Martin Milner and Kent McCord continued their run as Los Angeles patrol partners Malloy and Reed in this NBC police drama, which boasted the trademarks of executive producer Jack Webb ("Dragnet").
Though Milner added some doses of cynical humor as a...
| Mar 10, 2011
| 5:53 AM
Jack Webb's reboot of his 1950s police procedural wrapped up its run with this season, though Webb would remain active in television with such other shows as "Emergency!"
Here, Sgt. Joe Friday (Webb) and partner Bill Gannon (Harry Morgan) tackle cases...
| Oct 12, 2011
| 10:14 PM
ELYSIAN PARK, Calif. (KTLA) -- More than 70 firefighters, aided by two water-dropping helicopters, knocked down a fire at the home of 1950s-era actress Ann Robinson in Elysian Park Wednesday.
The fire was reported at 5:53 p.m. at 1400 N. Elysian Park...
| May 15, 2011
Jack Jones, a longtime Los Angeles Times reporter who was part of a team that shared the 1966 Pulitzer Prize for the newspaper's coverage of the Watts riots and their aftermath, has died. He was 86.
Jones, who retired in 1989, died of lung disease...
| May 1, 2012
| 1:41 PM
LOS ANGELES — It was a dank, rain-sodden Raymond Chandler kind of morning, as if some omnipotent auteur had rung up the studio and ordered a classic film noir sky. Cumulonimbus clouds the color of a snub-nosed revolver hovered with ominous intent,...