Larry Dean and Chip Bronx
Created by Howard Rodman

Two cops, LARRY DEAN and CHIP BRONX, quit the police department to become P.I.s, essentially to undertake their own private investigation in Two For the Money, a made for television from back in the seventies. They're hoping to nab a mass murderer who's been on the loose for twelve years before Walter Brennan, a relative of one of the victims, takes the law into his own hands. It's supposedly a very well-acted, tight little murder mystery.

Of course, that's not a surpise when you check out who was involved. It was written by Howard Rodman, who would soon go on to create Harry O, and the cast included such sturdy pros as Brennan, Neville Brand, Shelley Fabares, Mercedes McCambridge and some new kid called Richard Dreyfuss. In fact, the scenes between Dreyfuss and McCambridge areallegedly quite something.

Damn. Now I want to see this one....

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