Mod Squad (1968–1973)

TV Series   |    |  Action, Crime, Drama


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Three young outsiders fight crime as undercover agents for the police. (One white man, one black man, one blonde woman.)

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  • Peggy Lipton and Fabian Gregory in Mod Squad (1968)
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Creators:

Tony Barrett, Harve Bennett, Sammy Hess, Buddy Ruskin

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4 August 2005 | jgarner136
Julie Barnes was my idol
Watching this show as a teenager, Julie was my idol; hip, intelligent, beautiful, with a cool job, great clothes, and hot guy friends.

Seriously, Mod Squad was a well-done show with interesting characters. When Aaron Spelling, with Danny Thomas and Sheldon Leonard, ran the show, it was very good. Later, when Harve Bennett replaced Spelling, it went down a bit, but was still worth watching just for the stars: Michael Cole, Clarence Williams III, and Peggy Lipton. No insult intended for the stars of the movie, but these three will always be the Mod Squad, with Tige Andrews as Captain Greer. I would still rather watch episodes of the show than the movie.

For a young girl living in a small town, Mod Squad was a window into another world, giving me a glimpse of life outside my boundaries. What I learned about being cool back then, I learned from Julie Barnes.

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