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POLICE SQUAD! 1982 TV Series

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  • Arenas, Fields and Stadiums
    • Cleveland Arena
      • Location of big boxing match in episode 2.
  • Assassins, Bounty Hunters and Mercenaries
    • Zazu Pitts
      • Sally the bank teller's former identity as a brunette hitman (episode 1)
  • Automotive Services
    • Lerman Tire Company
      • Tire store where Mr. Twice worked (episode 1)
  • Banks
    • ACME Finance Credit Union
      • Bank where Sally worked (episode 1)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Club Flamingo
      • Where Mimi Dujour dances in episode 4.
    • The Club Right Away
      • Frank says Mimi told him to meet her at the Club Right Away, but he didn't know where that was, so he suggested the Flamingo Club instead.
    • The El Tubadero Club
      • Tuba-themed nightclub in episode 3.
    • Maury's Bar
      • Bar from episode 2.
    • Mr. V's
      • Nighclub in episode 6 Mr. V's is a high class establishment in the exclusive Shorewood area that had launched the careers of some of the biggest names in show business. Although alleged to be a mob hangout by Ricky "The Weasel" Saltstein, we had no hard evidence against the club.
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Brubaker Building
      • Furniture warehouse on fire in episode 5.
  • Butcher Shops
    • Ajax Meats
      • One of the businesses targeted by the protection racket in episode 5.
  • Charities
    • Orphans Relief Fund
      • Charity from episode 4.
  • Childcare Services
    • Mommie Dearest Daycare Center
      • One of the businesses targeted by the protection racket in episode 5.
  • Counties and States
    • Fordham County
      • County mentioned during the courtroom scene in episode 4.
  • Dentists
    • Dr. Robert Zubatsky
      • Sally the bank teller's dentist - his clientele were the sons and daughters of the privileged (episode 1)
  • Entertainment for Hire
    • Jerry Layne & Lester
      • Ventriloquist nightclub act from episode 6.
  • Funeral Homes, Mortuaries and Morgues
    • Burma's Mortuary
      • Advertisement on bench when Frank meets with Sally the bank teller: "Are you read to die?" (episode 1)
  • Gun Stores
    • Babe Caltrane
      • Sally the bank teller's former identity as a notorious gun runner in Memphis with red hair (episode 1)
    • Military Millinery
      • Store on the corner of Cherry and Galena, where Frank meets Sally the bank teller (episode 1)
  • Hardware Stores
    • A.N. Abandoned Locksmith Shop
      • An abandoned locksmith shop next door to Arnie's Pet Shop where Frank and Nordberg set up shop to trap the protection racket guys in episode 5.
  • Health Clubs, Massage and Spa Services
    • Jim's Gym
      • Boxing gym from episode 2.
  • High Schools
    • Shorewood High School
      • High school from episode 3.
  • Home Furnishing Stores
    • World Of Wicker
      • One of those all night wicker places where Frank goes looking for information (episode 1)
  • Laundry, Dry Cleaning and Tailoring
    • The Tailor Shop
      • Store seen in the background during opening scene in episode 2.
  • Magazines-Other
    • Female Felons
      • Magazine a police officer reads in episode 4. Cover story: Life in a women's prison.
    • Veterinary Research
      • Magazine Frank reads in the dentist's waiting room (episode 1)
  • Movie Theaters
    • Bijou Theater
      • Seen in the background during the show opening.
  • Music Stores
    • ACME Tuba
      • Music store specializing in tubas in episode 3.
    • International House Of Tuba
      • Music store specializing in tubas in episode 3.
    • Tuba City
      • Music store specializing in tubas in episode 3.
    • Tuba Or Not Tuba
      • Music store specializing in tubas in episode 3.
    • Tuba World
      • Music store specializing in tubas in episode 3.
    • Tubalagation
      • Music store specializing in tubas in episode 3.
    • Tubas R Us
      • Music store specializing in tubas in episode 3.
  • Musicians
    • The Johnny Friendly Trio
      • The name of the house band at Mr. V's nightclub in episode 6.
    • Tony DeWonderful
      • Frank's undercover stage name at Mr. V's in episode 6.
  • Neighborhoods
    • Fox Point Heights
      • A fashionable area of town where foreign imports and two-martini lunches were the order of the day (episode 1)
  • Newspapers
    • The Boston Express
      • Newspaper from episode 2.
    • The Milwaukee Herald
      • Newspaper from episode 2.
  • Pet Stores
    • Arnie's Pet Shop
      • One of the businesses targeted by the protection racket in episode 5.
  • Police Departments
    • Police Squad
      • A special detail of the police department.
  • Prisons
    • Statesville Prison
      • Mentioned in multiple episodes.
  • Security Products
    • The United Safe
      • Safe seen during opening scene in episode 2.
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • 5th
      • Street name mentioned in episode 3.
    • Ash
      • Street name mentioned in episode 3.
    • National
      • Street name mentioned in episode 3.
    • Prospect
      • Street location of Maury's Bar from episode 2.
  • Thoroughfares-Roads
    • Garboniforus Road
      • Frank holds a piece of paper with an address on it upside down, reading "Maple Street" as "Garboniforus road" in episode 3.
  • Thoroughfares-Streets
    • Cherry St.
      • Where Frank tells Sally the bank teller to meet him - at the corner of Cherry and Galena (episode 1)
    • Galena St
      • Where Frank tells Sally the bank teller to meet him - at the corner of Cherry and Galena (episode 1)
    • Maple Street
      • Address of the Burton mansion in episode 3.
  • Toy Products
    • Crying Judy Doll
      • No description available

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