Street Justice (1991–1993)

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Adam Beaudreaux was a soldier in Vietnam, when he got wounded. He was fortunate that a young boy named Grady Jameson, whose parents were missionaries, found him and got him to help. Years ... See full summary »

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8 July 2004 | MovieCriticMarvelfan
Interesting good cop show
Well I am surprised no one else on IMDb has commented on it.

"Street Justice" was aired on KTLA when I watched it California. Affer the near boredom and end of "21 Jump Street" , we started seeing somewhat better cop shows.

This was pretty good. Carl Weathers acts better here than probably his other laughable cop incarnations like "Action Jackson".

Pretty martial arts buff Bryan Genesse is great here as Grady Jameson. He gets a lot of crappy roles, but hes a good action star in the making I think, not like those pansies in "Next Action Star" on NBC .LOL

Well typical cop show, they case bad guys and arrest them except there is a nice relationship here with "Malloy" (Charlene Fernetz) a white woman and Sgt. Beaudreaux.

Also had some pretty good choreographed action scenes.

If you get to see on syndication again, give it a viewing, it's not bad like those cop shows and it ran for almost 2 yrs so thats saying something.


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