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Nobody's Perfect 

A British detective is transferred to the San Francisco Police Department.
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1980  

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Complete series cast summary:
Ron Moody ...  Det. Insp. Roger Hart 8 episodes, 1980
Cassie Yates ...  Det. Jennifer Dempsey 8 episodes, 1980
Michael Durrell ...  Lt. Vince de Gennaro 8 episodes, 1980
Victor Brandt Victor Brandt ...  Det. Jacobi 8 episodes, 1980
Tom Williams Tom Williams ...  Det. Grauer 8 episodes, 1980
Renny Roker Renny Roker ...  Det. Ramsey 8 episodes, 1980
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A British detective is transferred to the San Francisco Police Department.

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 June 1980 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Hart San Franciscossa See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Universal Television See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(8 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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In Nobody's Perfect (1980), a Scotland Yard detective is sent to America, while a similar premise plays out in Keen Eddie (2003), where an American detective is sent to Scotland Yard. See more »

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Capital! Absolutely Capital!
5 September 2005 | by superdave-6See all my reviews

For anyone who's never seen Ron Moody in action, he is nothing short of a genius! He can perform impressions like Frank Gorshin; improvise like Jonathon Winters and gleam madly like John Astin. Bearing in mind I love those guys' work, you'll know how much I respect Moody.

Hart of the Yard was a little weak in places, but for it's era and medium, very, very good overall. It certainly gave Moody the opportunity to demonstrate his ample talents in a variety of ways. He plays the role overall as a rather accident-prone modern Sherlock Holmes. But the different situations each week allowed him to display different aspects of the character and his background.

I would love to see this again! Just checked Amazon and found it's not released on DVD or even video, so let's sort that out TVland, okay?!


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