Kurzbeschreibung. Hardcastle & McCormick - Staffel 1. Milton C. Hardcastle war ein harter, aber gerechter Richter, der nun im Ruhestand ist. Trotzdem kämpft. Find Hardcastle and McCormick - The Complete Third and Final Season at desktopbetty.com Movies & TV, home of thousands of titles on DVD and Blu-ray. Hardcastle & McCormick: Kurz vor seiner Pensionierung muß der strenge Richter Milton G. Hardcastle sich noch mit dem Fall McCormick befassen. Der ist .
Hardcastle & McCormickFind Hardcastle and McCormick - The Complete Third and Final Season at desktopbetty.com Movies & TV, home of thousands of titles on DVD and Blu-ray. desktopbetty.com - Kaufen Sie Hardcastle and McCormick - Die komplette Serie (Cigarette Box mit allen Folgen auf 18 DVDs) günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen. Hardcastle & McCormick ist eine US-amerikanische Actionserie, die von 19von Stephen J. Cannell Productions produziert wurde.
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The judge's plan works and the illegal immigration ring is stopped. At the same time, Hardcastle discovers that Ed Whitman is the mastermind behind the illegal operation.
Returning to the United States, Hardcastle and McCormick help the police take Whitman into custody.
As the episode ends, Melissa loses the pageant to a girl named Sara Jane Rose. Innocently given a friendly kiss by a woman named Aleeya "Ali" Casir, Mark unwittingly falls into the middle of a major international incident: Assuming that Mark is the American his daughter has been living with, Sheik Abdullah Casir, Ali's father and the leader of an oil rich mid-eastern country, decides to take whatever steps are necessary to protect his son's honor.
As a result, Casir orders his Americanized daughter to marry Mark. Meanwhile, Hassan and Rabin, Casir's sons, begin to set up a drug dealing operation.
Hoping to maintain friendly relations with Casir, the State department approaches Mark and "requests" that he marry Ali. Although Hardcastle tries to explain to Casir that Biff Anderson, Ali's real boyfriend, would be more than willing to take Mark's place, Casir, having already made an official announcement, is unwilling to change his plans.
Forced to follow through with the wedding, Hardcastle, having learned about Casir's drug dealing sons, decides to use the ceremony as an opportunity to expose Hassan and Rabin.
Confronted with his sons' guilt, an angered Casir vows to spare himself grief by staying out of his children's lives. As such, the wedding is canceled.
Later, Mark is amused to hear that Ali has left Biff to marry a 35 year old television executive. In an unusual coincidence, a judge's convention is scheduled at the same hotel as a major mob meeting.
Unable to do anything about the mobsters as they have not been caught breaking any laws , Hardcastle instead concentrates on his nomination for a lifetime achievement award.
For some extra insurance, Hardcastle pulls strings and has himself put in what he considers to be a lucky room.
Actually, Hardcastle ends up in a room originally assigned to a hitman. That night, believing the assassin is in the judge's room, someone leaves a suitcase containing a rifle and a picture of mobsters Don Ferris and Sid Storm.
Before Hardcastle can show the police, he is ambushed and the suitcase is taken. Hardcastle, unable to provide the police with any evidence, decides to visit Ferris.
Although the mobsters are initially unwilling to believe the judge, they change their mind after Sid is murdered. Establishing an uneasy alliance, Ferry and Hardcastle put together the clues and realize that the hitman is a man named Lee Orlando.
Reviewing Orlando's' recent history, Hardcastle discovers that the hitman has a connection with "Bucky" O'Neil, his main rival for the judge's award.
Analyzing Bucky's court records, Hardcastle uncovers evidence that his rival has been fixing trials for the mob. Meanwhile, Ferris learns that Hardcastle is the assassin's next target.
Due in part to the unorthodox teaming of Mark and the mob, Orlando is stopped and Hardcastle captures Bucky.
Afterwards, Hardcastle, who does not win the judge's award, finds himself the unlikely recipient of an award from Ferris and the mob.
When the courts discover that a convicted felon named Randy Hopke had been defended by an incompetent lawyer, the original ruling is overturned and all charges are dropped.
Hopke's release quickly prompts an argument between the judge and Mark. Hardcastle, having presided over the case, insists that, as originally determined, Hopke is guilty of assaulting his girlfriend Val Mickaelian.
On the other hand, Mark, having known Hopke from when he was in prison, insists that the judge made a mistake.
The two men, each hoping to prove they are right, set out to prove their respective positions. In the process of their investigations, both Hardcastle and McCormick realize that they are both wrong: While they learn that Hopke did not actually assault Val, they also discover that the released prisoner had planned the assault and was willing to serve a limited prison sentence to cover-up the fact that he had committed a murder during a diamond store heist.
Theorizing that Val is probably working with Hopke, Hardcastle and McCormick follow her. As expected, she leads them to Hopke as well as the stolen merchandise.
After an unusual "bus" chase, Hopke is captured and the case is finally resolved. Not wanting to continue cleaning up the estate, Mark hires Millie Denton, his former prison cellmate's widow, as a maid.
Meanwhile, Hardcastle begins looking into the suspicious death of a lawyer named Charlie Clarkson. Taking over Charlie's practice, Hardcastle interviews Loni Summers, a model that had previously hired Charlie to handle her divorce.
Discovering the divorce is now off, Hardcastle checks into the background of actor Dex Falcon, Loni's husband.
Investigating, the judge discovers that Falcon had secretly been receiving millions of dollars from an attorney named Wendell Price.
In the meantime, Millie, who claims to be a psychic, has a vision of Mark's murder. Ignoring Millie's warning, Mark proceeds with the case.
To Mark's regret, he is captured by Price, shot and left for dead. Thanks to Millie, Hardcastle locates Mark in time to save his life. Next, based on the evidence Mark had gathered, Hardcastle and the police, having already taken Falcon into custody, movie in and arrest Price.
As the episode ends, Millie, shaken up by her visions, decides to quit and move in with her sister. As the episode begins, wealthy businessman J.
Norcross asks Hardcastle to run for mayor. Meanwhile, after city councilman Herb Austin goes head-to-head with Mann over a parks bill, a bomb explodes in the councilman's office and Austin is killed.
Despite his campaign staffs assistance that he concentrate only on the election, the judge decides to look into Mann's murder. Deciding to help the judge, Mark sneaks into Mann's office and locates a map of possible park development sites.
Checking out one of the marked locations, Hardcastle and McCormick discover an illegal toxic waste dump. Pursuing their investigation, Hardcastle and McCormick uncover proof that Mann had been bribed to change the site of the new park so as to cover up the illegal dumping.
When Birdy Fletcher, the site's guard, asks to see him, Hardcastle realizes that he is probably being set up.
As expected, Norcross, the mastermind behind the illegal operation tries to kill the judge. To Norcross' horror, a prepared Hardcastle and McCormick, turn the tables and close down the operation.
In the process, Hardcastle discovers that Norcross only back his mayoral campaign so as to split the votes and give Mann the advantage.
Later, although Hardcastle loses the election, he takes some comfort in the fact that Gilmore will most likely do a good job.
Questioning his maturity, Mark decides to trade in the Coyote for a more conservative car. Investigating, Mark discovers that his name was used in a real estate deal put together by Melinda Marshall, the girlfriend that had helped put him in prison.
As revealed in a flashback sequence, Mark, having foolishly placed his car in Melinda's name for insurance purposes, was arrested for stealing his own car.
Hoping to clear his credit record, Mark pays a visit on Melinda. Confronted by Mark, Melinda reveals that she had faked the real estate contract in order to win a car.
When someone tries to steal the car Melinda won, Hardcastle realizes that there is something more going on than a simple real estate deal.
Hearing that Melinda works for Ted Rubin, a man in his files, Hardcastle realizes that the real estate company is running a land fraud scram.
Realizing that there is probably something hidden in Melinda's car, Hardcastle and McCormick conduct a search.
As a result, they discover valuable stamps in the car and learn how Rubin has been transferring his money. Although Rubin arrives at the estate ready for a fight, he is captured thanks to the timely intervention of the FBI agents that had been investigating him.
After 10 years, the judge is paid a visit by his brother Jerry. Suspicious, Hardcastle begins to wonder when his brother, a habitual gambler, will ask him for money.
Although he decides not to tell his brother, Jerry is in fact in debt to a hood named Manny. Hoping to find a way to get out of debt, Jerry decides to bet on the outcome of a high profile murder trial.
Thanks to Judge Sheila Mooney, one of his brother's friends, Jerry gets all the particulars about the case in which model Tori Van Zandt is on trial for killing Harland Eagle, her fiancee.
After a private investigator named Horace Munson provides Tori with a convenient alibi, Jerry is confronted by Manny about his debt.
Drawn into the Van Zandt case by his brother's involvement, Hardcastle begins to look into the case. Searching Munson's office, Hardcastle discovers that the private investigator, who has since been murdered, lied in court.
Hoping to incriminate Tori, Hardcastle publicizes the fact that he has evidence in the case. As expected, Tori tries to kill the judge and the police gather the proof they need to convict her.
At the same time, the police also arrest Mooney. Cleaning out his shed, Hardcastle comes across an old trophy belonging to Teddy Hendrix, his college roommate.
Deciding to visit Teddy, who is now a basketball coach, Hardcastle walks into an attempted kidnapping. Since Teddy flees the scene before he has a chance to confront him, the judge visits his old friend's wife.
Thanks to Fran Hendrix, Hardcastle discovers that Teddy has been having a disagreement with a man named Roy Barlow.
Realizing that his best chance of solving his problems lays with the judge, Teddy decides to tell Hardcastle about how he has been fixing basketball games.
Agreeing to help his friend come clean, Hardcastle arranges a meeting between Teddy and the district attorney's office.
Before Teddy can testify, Fran, who has secretly joined forces with Barlow, lures her husband into a trap.
Meanwhile, Fran also helps Barlow capture Hardcastle. Thanks to Mark and their old basketball team buddies, Hardcastle and Teddy are rescued.
Additionally, Mark and the former team members capture Fran and Barlow. After winning a Los Angeles area bar in a poker game, Sonny Daye, Mark's barely seen father, decides to run it with his son.
With some financial help from the judge, Mark and his father prepare to reopen the bar as "McCormick's Bar and Grill". Meanwhile, Teddy Peters, the man who lost the bar to Sonny, is ordered to recover the bar by Doyle Madison, a reputed mobster.
Despite an excessive cash offer from Teddy, Sonny, having given the bar to Mark, refuses to sell back the bar.
Not willing to accept no for an answer, Teddy has his men rough up Sonny. After Teddy is killed in a drive-by shooting, Hardcastle realizes that there is more to the bar than meets the eye.
Searching the bar, they discover that the mob has been burying bodies on the premises. Hoping to tie the bar back to Doyle, Hardcastle has Sonny arrange a meeting with the mobster.
Taking the bait, Doyle makes a move to regain the bar. With the help of a bar full of police officers, Hardcastle and McCormick arrest Doyle and his men.
Timothy Scott 1 episode. Catherine MacNeal 1 episode. Charles Cooper 1 episode. Michael Yama 1 episode. Sam Scarber 1 episode.
Fil Formicola 1 episode. Alan Fudge 1 episode. Robert Hooks 1 episode. Nicolas Coster 1 episode. Stuart Nisbet 1 episode. Robert Pastorelli 1 episode.
Chick Hearn 1 episode. Antonio Fargas 1 episode. Buddy Ebsen 1 episode. Tony Ciccone 1 episode. Bruce French 1 episode.
Keenan Wynn 1 episode. Robert O'Reilly 1 episode. Bryan O'Byrne 1 episode. James Whitmore Jr. Randi Brooks 1 episode. Curt Lowens 1 episode.
John Ireland 1 episode. Richard Fullerton 1 episode. Jim McMullan 1 episode. Daryl Anderson 1 episode. Lance Henriksen 1 episode.
Joe Pantoliano 1 episode. Caren Kaye 1 episode. Richard Lawson 1 episode. Madison Mason 1 episode. Edward Winter 1 episode. Terry Kiser 1 episode.
Gail Strickland 1 episode. Larry Drake 1 episode. Helen Martin 1 episode. Kathryn Leigh Scott 1 episode. Richard Herd 1 episode.
Doug McClure 1 episode. Danny Goldman 1 episode. Dennis Franz 1 episode. John Carter 1 episode. The seasons-two and -three 3 Coyote does not resemble the Manta, as the front is larger than the original, making the car resemble a front-engined car.
The season-one "Hero" car that was used in the production of Hardcastle and McCormick is owned by a private owner in New York.
A season-two and -three De Lorean body car appeared briefly on the sixth episode of season five of the sitcom Married Visual Entertainment has released all three seasons of Hardcastle and McCormick on DVD in Region 1 Canada only.
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