The best episodes from the TV show The Streets of San Francisco

List of the 10 best rated episodes from the TV show The Streets of San Francisco from the 50 listed on our webite. Order based on the average from the IMDB and TMDB ratings
Going Home (
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Going Home ("The Streets of San Francisco" Going Home)

Season 2, Episode 5
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small timer robs a hardware store and after smacking the owner finds the safe open with two bags of money inside. He think he's hit the big time until he finds "the book". Running from both the mob and the police he runs to Alcatraz.

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Blockade (
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Blockade ("The Streets of San Francisco" Blockade)

Season 2, Episode 17
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woman who has dedicated her life to a prominent family fails to see her neglected son has fallen in with a psycho - and may have helped him kill a woman.

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The Thirty-Year Pin (
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The Thirty-Year Pin ("The Streets of San Francisco" The First Day of Forever)

Season 1, Episode 2
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hen a police officer is fatally shot 3 days before he is due to retire, Stone undertakes a relentless search for the killer.

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The Year of the Locusts (
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The Year of the Locusts ("The Streets of San Francisco" The Bullet)

Season 1, Episode 11
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n their attempt to bring down a family of con artists who victimize entire neighborhoods, Stone and Keller are aided by dissension among the gang members.

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Trail of the Serpent (
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Trail of the Serpent ("The Streets of San Francisco" The House on Hyde Street)

Season 1, Episode 21
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gang takes Mike Stone hostage after killing a policeman in an attempt to flee from a grocery store robbery. They want to trade Stone in for their leader, Buddy Sims.

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Before I Die (
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Before I Die ("The Streets of San Francisco" Before I Die)

Season 2, Episode 4
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cop (Nielsen) who finds out that he has a terminal illness, sets out to kill a racketeer (Danton) who had been his quarry for the last year and a half.

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The Stamp of Death (
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The Stamp of Death ("The Streets of San Francisco" The Stamp of Death)

Season 2, Episode 6
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ieutenant Stone and Inspector Keller go after two insurance agents involved in the counterfeiting of an 1850 2 cent purple Guyana stamp which had a value of $250,000.($1,000,000) in todays market.

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The First Day of Forever (
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The First Day of Forever ("The Streets of San Francisco" 45 Minutes from Home)

Season 1, Episode 3
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tone and Keller finally get a lead on a serial killer who has been knifing prostitutes when one of the victims survives the attack.

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A Wrongful Death (
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A Wrongful Death ("The Streets of San Francisco" A Wrongful Death)

Season 2, Episode 1
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n angry father swears vengeance against Keller, who shot and killed his youngest son while trying to stop a robbery - but the truth is even more devastating.

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Commitment (
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Commitment ("The Streets of San Francisco" Commitment)

Season 2, Episode 15
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ccidental or intentional? the killing of a cop by another cop is the theme as one of our ""81"" investigators finds himself being investigated by his own department.

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The Streets of San Francisco

The Streets of San Francisco is a 1970s television police drama filmed on location in San Francisco, California, and produced by Quinn Martin Productions, with the first season produced in association with Warner Bros. Television. It starred Karl Malden and Michael Douglas as two detectives in San Francisco. The show ran for five seasons, between September 16, 1972, and June 9, 1977, on ABC, amassing a total of 119 60-minute episodes. The series started with a pilot movie of the same title a week before the series debuted. Edward Hume, who wrote the teleplay for the pilot, was credited as having developed the series based on characters in Weston's novel. The pilot featured guest stars Robert Wagner, Tom Bosley and Kim Darby. Douglas left the series at the start of its final season and was replaced by Richard Hatch.
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