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Dragnet, syndicated as Badge 714, is a radio and television crime drama about the cases of a dedicated Los Angeles police detective, Sergeant Joe Friday, and his partners. The show takes its name from an actual police term, a "dragnet", meaning a system of coordinated measures for apprehending criminals or suspects.

Dragnet was perhaps the most famous and influential police procedural drama in media history. The series gave millions of audience members a feel for the boredom and drudgery, as well as the danger and heroism, of real-life police work. Dragnet earned praise for improving the public opinion of police officers.

Actor and producer Jack Webb's aims in Dragnet were for realism and unpretentious acting. He achieved both goals, and Dragnet remains a key influence on subsequent police dramas in many media.

The show's cultural impact is such that even after five decades, elements of Dragnet are known to those who have never seen or heard the program:

* The ominous, four-note introduction to the brass and tympani theme music (titled "Danger Ahead") is instantly recognizable (though its origins date back to Miklós Rózsa's score for the 1946 film version of The Killers).
* Another Dragnet trademark is the show's opening narration: "Ladies and gentlemen: the story you are about to hear is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent." This underwent minor revisions over time. The "only" and "ladies and gentlemen" were dropped at some point, and for the television version "hear" was changed to "see". Variations on this narration have been featured in many subsequent crime dramas, and in satires of these dramas (e.g. "Only the facts have been changed to protect the innocent").

The original Dragnet starring Jack Webb as Sgt. Friday ran on radio from June 3, 1949 to February 26, 1957 and on television from December 16, 1951 to August 23, 1959, and from January 12, 1967 to April 16, 1970. All of these versions ran on NBC. There were three Dragnet feature films, a straight adaptation starring Webb in 1954; a TV-movie produced in 1966; and a comedy spoof in 1987. There were also television revivals, without Webb, in 1989 and 2003. A newspaper comic strip version of Dragnet, written by Jack Webb and Joe Scheiber, ran in newspapers from about 1952 to 1955.

Dragnet was created and produced by Jack Webb, who starred as the terse Sergeant Joe Friday. Webb had starred in a few mostly short-lived radio programs, but Dragnet would make him one of the major media personalities of his era.

Dragnet had its origins in Webb's small role as a police forensic scientist in the 1948 film, He Walked by Night, inspired by the actual murder of California Highway Patrol officer Loren Roosevelt in Los Angeles. The film was depicted in semidocumentary style, and Marty Wynn (an actual LAPD sergeant from the homicide division) was a technical advisor on the film. Webb and Wynn became friends, and both thought that the day-to-day activities of police officers could be realistically depicted, and could make for compelling drama without the forced sense of melodrama then so common in radio programming.

Webb frequently visited police headquarters, drove on night patrols with Sgt. Wynn and his partner Officer Vance Brasher, and attended Police Academy courses to learn authentic jargon and other details that could be featured in a radio program. When he proposed Dragnet to NBC officials, they were not especially impressed; radio was aswarm with private investigators and crime dramas, such as Webb's earlier Pat Novak for Hire. That program didn’t last long, but Webb had received high marks for his role as the titular private investigator, and NBC agreed to a limited run for Dragnet.

With writer James E. Moser, Webb prepared an audition recording, then sought the LAPD's endorsement; he wanted to use cases from official files in order to demonstrate the steps taken by police officers during investigations. The official response was initially lukewarm, but in 1950 LAPD Chief William H. Parker offered Webb the endorsement he sought. Police wanted control over the program's sponsor, and insisted that police not be depicted unflatteringly. This would lead to some criticism, as LAPD racial segregation policies were never addressed, nor was there a suggestion of police corruption.

Radio
Dragnet debuted inauspiciously. The first several months were bumpy, as Webb and company worked out the program's format and eventually became comfortable with their characters (Friday was originally portrayed as more brash and forceful than his later usually relaxed demeanor). Gradually, Friday's deadpan, fast-talking persona emerged, described by John Dunning as "a cop's cop, tough but not hard, conservative but caring." (Dunning, 210) Friday's first partner was Sergeant Ben Romero, portrayed by Barton Yarborough, a longtime radio actor. Raymond Burr was on board to play Captain Ed Backstrand. When Dragnet hit its stride, it became one of radio's top-rated shows.

Webb insisted on realism in every aspect of the show. The dialogue was clipped, understated and sparse, influenced by the hardboiled school of crime fiction. Scripts were fast moving but didn’t seem rushed. Every aspect of police work was chronicled, step by step: From patrols and paperwork, to crime scene investigation, lab work and questioning witnesses or suspects. The detectives’ personal lives were mentioned but rarely took center stage. (Friday was a bachelor who lived with his mother; Romero was an ever-fretful husband and father.) "Underplaying is still acting", Webb told Time. "We try to make it as real as a guy pouring a cup of coffee.” (Dunning, 209) Los Angeles police chiefs C.B. Horrall, William A. Worton and (later) William H. Parker were credited as consultants, and many police officers were fans.
[edit] "Just the facts, ma'am"

While "Just the facts, ma'am" has come to be known as Dragnet's catchphrase, it was never actually uttered by Joe Friday; the closest he came were, "All we want are the facts, ma'am" and "All we know are the facts, ma'am". "Just the facts, ma'am" comes from the Stan Freberg parody St. George and the Dragonet.

Webb was a stickler for accurate details, and Dragnet used many authentic touches, such as the LAPD's actual radio call sign (KMA367), and the names of many real department officials, such as Ray Pinker and Lee Jones of the crime lab or Chief of Detectives Thad Brown.

Two announcers were used. Episodes began with announcer George Fenneman intoning the series opening ("The story you are about to hear is true; only the names have been changed to protect the innocent.") and Hal Gibney describing the basic premise of the episode. "Big Saint" (April 26, 1951) for example, begins with, "You're a Detective Sergeant, you're assigned to auto theft detail. A well organized ring of car thieves begins operations in your city. It's one of the most puzzling cases you've ever encountered. Your job: break it."

The story then usually began with footsteps and a door closing, followed by Joe Friday intoning something like: "Tuesday, February 12. It was cold in Los Angeles. We were working the day watch out of robbery division. My partner's Ben Romero. The boss is Ed Backstrand, chief of detectives. My name's Friday."

Friday offered voice-over narration throughout the episodes, noting the time, date and place of every scene as he and his partners went through their day investigating the crime. The events related in a given episode might occur in a few hours, or might span a few months. At least one episode unfolded in real time: in "City Hall Bombing" (July 21, 1949), Friday and Romero had less than 30 minutes to stop a man who was threatening to destroy the City Hall with a bomb.

At the end of the episode, announcer Hal Gibney would relate the fate of the suspect. They were usually tried by a court "in and for the City and County of Los Angeles, convicted of a crime and sent to "the State Penitentiary, San Quentin California" or "examined by [#] psychiatrists appointed by the court", judged mentally incompetent and "committed to a state mental hospital for an indefinite period". Murderers were often "executed in the manner prescribed by law" or "executed in the lethal gas chamber at the State Penitentiary, San Quentin California". Occasionally, police pursued the wrong suspect, and criminals sometimes avoided justice or escaped, at least on the radio version of Dragnet. In 1950, Time quoted Webb: "We don’t even try to prove that crime doesn’t pay ... sometimes it does" (Dunning, 210)

Specialized terminology was mentioned in every episode but was rarely explained. Webb trusted the audience to determine the meanings of words or terms by their context, and furthermore, Dragnet tried to avoid the kinds of awkward, lengthy exposition that people would not actually use in daily speech. Several specialized terms (such as "A.P.B." for "All Points Bulletin" and "M.O." for "Modus Operandi") were rarely used in popular culture before Dragnet introduced them to everyday America.

While most radio shows used one or two sound effects experts, Dragnet needed five; a script clocking in at just under 30 minutes could require up to 300 separate effects. Accuracy was underlined: The exact number of footsteps from one room to another at Los Angeles police headquarters were imitated, and when a telephone rang at Friday's desk, the listener heard the same ring as the telephones in Los Angeles police headquarters. A single minute of ".22 Rifle for Christmas" is a representative example of the evocative sound effects featured on "Dragnet". While Friday and others investigate bloodstains in a suburban backyard, the listener hears a series of overlapping effects: a squeaking gate hinge, footsteps, a technician scraping blood into a paper envelope, the glassy chime of chemical vials, bird calls and a dog barking in the distance.

Scripts tackled a number of topics, ranging from the thrilling (murders, missing persons and armed robbery) to the mundane (check fraud and shoplifting), yet "Dragnet" made them all interesting due to fast-moving plots and behind-the-scenes realism. In "The Garbage Chute" (15 December 1949), they even had a locked room mystery.

Though rather tame by modern standards, Dragnet—especially on the radio—handled controversial subjects such as sex crimes and drug addiction with unprecedented and even startling realism. In one such example, Dragnet broke one of the unspoken (and still rarely broached) taboos of popular entertainment in the episode ".22 Rifle for Christmas" which aired December 21, 1950. The episode followed the search for young Stevie Morheim, only to discover he’d been accidentally killed while playing with a rifle that belonged to a friend; his friend told Friday that Stevie was running while holding the rifle when he tripped and fell, causing the gun to discharge, fatally wounding Morheim.

NBC received thousands of complaint letters, including a formal protest by the National Rifle Association. Webb forwarded many of the letters to police chief Parker who promised "ten more shows illustrating the folly of giving rifles to children." (Dunning, 211) Another episode dealt with high school girls who, rather than finding Hollywood stardom, fall in with fraudulent talent scouts and end up in pornography and prostitution.

The tone was usually serious, but there were moments of comic relief: Romero was something of a hypochondriac and often seemed henpecked; though Friday dated women, he usually dodged those who tried to set him up with marriage-minded dates.

Due in part to Webb's fondness for radio drama, Dragnet persisted on radio until 1957 as one of the last old time radio shows to give way to television's increasing popularity. In fact, the TV show would prove to be effectively a visual version of the radio show, as the style was virtually the same. The TV show could be listened to without watching it, with no loss of understanding of the storyline.

EPISODES LIST

Dragnet 49-06-10 - 002 Production 2 aka Homicide aka The Nickel Plated Gun
Dragnet 49-06-17 - 003 Production 3 aka The Werewolf
Dragnet 49-06-24 - 004 Production 4 aka Homicide aka Quick Trigger Gun Men
Dragnet 49-07-07 - 005 The Helen Corday Murder
Dragnet 49-07-14 - 006 Red Light Bandit
Dragnet 49-07-21 - 007 Attempted City Hall Bombing
Dragnet 49-07-28 - 008 Missing Persons - Juanita Lasky
Dragnet 49-08-04 - 009 Benny Trounsel - Narcotics
Dragnet 49-08-11 - 010 Production 10 aka Homicide aka Maniac Murderer aka Mad Killer At Large
Dragnet 49-08-18 - 011 Production 11 aka Sixteen Jewel Thieves
Dragnet 49-08-25 - 012 Police Academy - Mario Koski
Dragnet 49-09-01 - 013 Auto Burglaries - Myra the Redhead
Dragnet 49-09-03 - 014 Eric Kelby - Body Buried In Nursery
Dragnet 49-09-17 - 016 James Vickers - Cop Killing - Tunnel Chase
Dragnet 49-09-24 - 017 Brick-Bat Slayer
Dragnet 49-10-01 - 018 Truck Hi-jackers - Tom Laval
Dragnet 49-11-24 - 026 Mrs. Rinard Albert Barry - Mother-In-Law Murder
Dragnet 49-12-01 - 027 Spring Street Gang - Juveniles
Dragnet 49-12-08 - 028 George Quan - The Jade Thumb Rings
Dragnet 49-12-15 - 029 The Garbage Chute Murder - Laura Barkley
Dragnet 49-12-22 - 030 22 Rifle for Christmas
Dragnet 49-12-29 - 031 The Roseland Roof Murders
Dragnet 50-01-05 - 032 Max Tyler - Escaped Convict
Dragnet 50-01-12 - 033 The Big Man Part 1 - Narcotics
Dragnet 50-01-19 - 034 The Big Man Part 2 - Narcotics
Dragnet 50-02-02 - 035 Claude Jimmerson Child Killer
Dragnet 50-02-09 - 036 The Big Girl
Dragnet 50-02-23 - 037 The Big Grifter
Dragnet 50-03-02 - 038 The Big Kill
Dragnet 50-03-09 - 039 The Big Thank You
Dragnet 50-03-16 - 040 The Big Boys
Dragnet 50-03-23 - 041 The Big Gangster Part 1
Dragnet 50-03-30 - 042 The Big Gangster Part 2
Dragnet 50-04-06 - 043 The Big Book
Dragnet 50-04-13 - 044 The Big Watch
Dragnet 50-04-20 - 045 The Big Trial
Dragnet 50-04-27 - 046 The Big Job
Dragnet 50-05-04 - 047 The Big Badge
Dragnet 50-05-11 - 048 The Big Knife
Dragnet 50-05-18 - 049 The Big Pug
Dragnet 50-05-25 - 050 The Big Key
Dragnet 50-06-01 - 051 The Big Fake
Dragnet 50-06-08 - 052 The Big Smart Guy
Dragnet 50-06-15 - 053 The Big Press
Dragnet 50-06-22 - 054 The Big Mink
Dragnet 50-06-29 - 055 The Big Grab
Dragnet 50-07-06 - 056 The Big Frame
Dragnet 50-07-13 - 057 The Big Bomb
Dragnet 50-07-20 - 058 The Big Gent Part 1
Dragnet 50-07-27 - 059 The Big Gent Part 2
Dragnet 50-08-03 - 060 The Big Dare
Dragnet 50-08-10 - 061 The Big Actor
Dragnet 50-08-17 - 062 The Big Youngster
Dragnet 50-08-24 - 063 The Big Chance
Dragnet 50-08-31 - 064 The Big Check
Dragnet 50-09-07 - 065 The Big Poison
Dragnet 50-09-14 - 066 The Big Make
Dragnet 50-09-21 - 067 The Big Pair
Dragnet 50-09-28 - 068 The Big Death
Dragnet 50-10-05 - 069 The Big 38
Dragnet 50-10-12 - 070 The Big Quack
Dragnet 50-10-19 - 071 The Big Grandma
Dragnet 50-10-26 - 072 The Big Meet
Dragnet 50-11-02 - 073 The Big Church
Dragnet 50-11-09 - 074 The Big Mother
Dragnet 50-11-16 - 075 The Big Parrot
Dragnet 50-11-23 - 076 The Big Betty
Dragnet 50-11-30 - 077 The Big Car
Dragnet 50-12-07 - 078 The Big Picture
Dragnet 50-12-14 - 079 The Big Break
Dragnet 50-12-21 - 080 22 Rifle for Christmas
Dragnet 50-12-28 - 081 The Big Family
Dragnet 51-01-04 - 082 The Big Holdup
Dragnet 51-01-11 - 083 The Big Jump
Dragnet 51-01-18 - 084 The Big Dance
Dragnet 51-01-25 - 085 The Big Tomato
Dragnet 51-02-01 - 086 The Big Children
Dragnet 51-02-08 - 087 The Big Cast
Dragnet 51-02-15 - 088 The Big Crime
Dragnet 51-02-22 - 089 The Big Couple
Dragnet 51-03-01 - 090 The Big Partner
Dragnet 51-03-08 - 091 The Big New Years
Dragnet 51-03-15 - 092 The Big Ben
Dragnet 51-04-05 - 095 The Big Friend
Dragnet 51-04-12 - 096 The Big Threat
Dragnet 51-04-19 - 097 The Big Speech
Dragnet 51-04-26 - 098 The Big Saint
Dragnet 51-05-03 - 099 The Big Casing
Dragnet 51-05-10 - 100 The Big Drills
Dragnet 51-05-17 - 101 The Big Blast
Dragnet 51-05-24 - 102 The Big Mailman
Dragnet 51-05-31 - 103 The Big Bindle
Dragnet 51-06-07 - 104 The Big Imposter
Dragnet 51-06-14 - 105 The Big Building
Dragnet 51-06-21 - 106 The Big Run
Dragnet 51-06-28 - 107 The Big Cliff
Dragnet 51-07-05 - 108 The Big Love
Dragnet 51-07-12 - 109 The Big Set-Up
Dragnet 51-07-19 - 110 The Big Sophomore
Dragnet 51-07-26 - 111 The Big Late Script
Dragnet 51-08-09 - 113 The Big Screen
Dragnet 51-08-16 - 114 The Big Winchester
Dragnet 51-08-23 - 115 The Big In-Laws
Dragnet 51-08-30 - 116 The Big Crazy
Dragnet 51-09-06 - 117 The Big 17
Dragnet 51-09-13 - 118 The Big Waiter
Dragnet 51-09-20 - 119 The Big Sour
Dragnet 51-09-27 - 120 The Big September Man
Dragnet 51-10-04 - 121 The Big Want Ad
Dragnet 51-10-11 - 122 The Big Shoplift
Dragnet 51-10-18 - 123 The Big Story Man
Dragnet 51-10-25 - 124 The Big Market
Dragnet 51-11-01 - 125 The Big Lease
Dragnet 51-11-08 - 126 The Big Hit and Run Killer
Dragnet 51-11-15 - 127 The Big Bungalow
Dragnet 51-11-22 - 128 The Big Hands
Dragnet 51-11-29 - 129 The Big Affair
Dragnet 51-12-06 - 130 The Big Canaries
Dragnet 51-12-13 - 131 The Big Overtime
Dragnet 51-12-20 - 132 22 Rifle for Christmas
Dragnet 51-12-27 - 133 The Big Sorrow
Dragnet 52-01-03 - 134 The Big Red Part 1
Dragnet 52-01-10 - 135 The Big Red Part 2
Dragnet 52-01-17 - 136 The Big Juvenile Division
Dragnet 52-01-24 - 137 The Big Court
Dragnet 52-01-31 - 138 The Big Almost No Show
Dragnet 52-02-07 - 139 The Big Honeymoon
Dragnet 52-02-14 - 140 The Big Phone Call
Dragnet 52-02-21 - 141 The Big Producer
Dragnet 52-02-28 - 142 The Big Plant
Dragnet 52-03-06 - 143 The Big Evans
Dragnet 52-03-13 - 144 The Big Fire
Dragnet 52-03-20 - 145 The Big Border
Dragnet 52-03-27 - 146 The Big Rose
Dragnet 52-04-03 - 147 The Big Streetcar
Dragnet 52-04-10 - 148 The Big Show
Dragnet 52-04-17 - 149 The Big Bunco
Dragnet 52-04-24 - 150 The Big Elevator
Dragnet 52-05-01 - 151 The Big Safe
Dragnet 52-05-08 - 152 The Big Gamble
Dragnet 52-05-15 - 153 The Big Mail
Dragnet 52-05-22 - 154 The Big Shakedown
Dragnet 52-05-29 - 155 The Big Fourth
Dragnet 52-06-05 - 156 The Big Whiff
Dragnet 52-06-12 - 157 The Big Donation
Dragnet 52-06-19 - 158 The Big Jules
Dragnet 52-06-26 - 159 The Big Roll
Dragnet 52-07-03 - 160 The Big Trio
Dragnet 52-07-10 - 161 The Big Hate
Dragnet 52-07-31 - 162 The Big Signet
Dragnet 52-08-07 - 163 The Big Impression
Dragnet 52-08-14 - 164 The Big Drive
Dragnet 52-08-21 - 165 The Big Paper
Dragnet 52-08-28 - 166 The Big Test
Dragnet 52-09-04 - 167 The Big Ray
Dragnet 52-09-11 - 168 The Big Tear
Dragnet 52-09-14 - 169 The Big Bull
Dragnet 52-09-21 - 170 The Big Shot
Dragnet 52-09-28 - 171 The Big Brain
Dragnet 52-10-05 - 172 The Big Jolt
Dragnet 52-10-12 - 173 The Big Lie
Dragnet 52-10-19 - 174 The Big Pill
Dragnet 52-10-26 - 175 The Big Number
Dragnet 52-11-02 - 176 The Big Light
Dragnet 52-11-09 - 177 The Big Dive
Dragnet 52-11-16 - 178 The Big Walk
Dragnet 52-11-23 - 179 The Big Guilt
Dragnet 52-11-30 - 180 The Big Shirt
Dragnet 52-12-07 - 181 The Big Mole
Dragnet 52-12-14 - 182 The Big Eavesdrop
Dragnet 52-12-21 - 183 22 Rifle for Christmas
Dragnet 52-12-28 - 184 The Big Mask Part 1
Dragnet 53-01-04 - 185 The Big Mask Part 2
Dragnet 53-01-11 - 186 The Big Small
Dragnet 53-01-18 - 187 The Big String
Dragnet 53-01-25 - 188 The Big Lay-Out
Dragnet 53-02-01 - 189 The Big Strip
Dragnet 53-02-08 - 190 The Big Press
Dragnet 53-02-15 - 191 The Big Tooth
Dragnet 53-02-22 - 192 The Big Smoke
Dragnet 53-03-01 - 193 The Big Want
Dragnet 53-03-08 - 194 The Big Laugh
Dragnet 53-03-08 - 194b The Big Laugh AFRS
Dragnet 53-03-15 - 195 The Big Impossible
Dragnet 53-03-22 - 196 The Big Informant
Dragnet 53-03-29 - 197 The Big Dream
Dragnet 53-04-05 - 198 The Big Chet
Dragnet 53-04-12 - 199 The Big Compulsion
Dragnet 53-04-19 - 200 The Big Rip
Dragnet 53-04-26 - 201 The Big Scrapbook
Dragnet 53-05-03 - 202 The Big Carney
Dragnet 53-05-10 - 203 The Big Joke
Dragnet 53-05-17 - 204 The Big False Move
Dragnet 53-05-24 - 205 The Big Gun Part 1
Dragnet 53-05-31 - 206 The Big Gun Part 2
Dragnet 53-06-07 - 207 The Big Will
Dragnet 53-06-14 - 208 The Big Lilly
Dragnet 53-06-21 - 209 The Big Revolt
Dragnet 53-06-28 - 210 The Big Ham
Dragnet 53-09-01 - 211 The Big Bop
Dragnet 53-09-08 - 212 The Big Lift
Dragnet 53-09-15 - 213 The Big Cab
Dragnet 53-09-22 - 214 The Big Slip
Dragnet 53-09-29 - 215 The Big Try
Dragnet 53-10-06 - 216 The Big Little Mother
Dragnet 53-10-13 - 217 The Big Plea
Dragnet 53-10-20 - 218 The Big Paint
Dragnet 53-10-27 - 219 The Big Fraud
Dragnet 53-11-03 - 220 The Big Rain
Dragnet 53-11-10 - 221 The Big Kid
Dragnet 53-11-10 - 221b The Big Kid AFRS
Dragnet 53-11-17 - 222 The Big Flight
Dragnet 53-11-24 - 223 The Big Present
Dragnet 53-11-24 - 223b The Big Present AFRS
Dragnet 53-12-01 - 224 The Big Odd
Dragnet 53-12-01 - 224b The Big Odd AFRS
Dragnet 53-12-08 - 225 The Big Pick
Dragnet 53-12-15 - 226 The Big Brink
Dragnet 53-12-15 - 226b The Big Brink AFRS
Dragnet 53-12-22 - 227 The Big Little Jesus
Dragnet 53-12-29 - 228 The Big Steal
Dragnet 54-01-05 - 229 The Big Listen
Dragnet 54-01-05 - 229b The Big Listen AFRS
Dragnet 54-01-12 - 230 The Big Switch
Dragnet 54-01-12 - 230b The Big Switch AFRS
Dragnet 54-01-19 - 231 The Big Bill
Dragnet 54-01-19 - 231b The Big Bill AFRS
Dragnet 54-01-26 - 232 The Big Bid
Dragnet 54-01-26 - 232b The Big Bid AFRS
Dragnet 54-02-02 - 233 The Big Filth
Dragnet 54-02-02 - 233b The Big Filth AFRS
Dragnet 54-02-09 - 234 The Big Broad
Dragnet 54-02-09 - 234b The Big Broad AFRS
Dragnet 54-02-16 - 235 The Big Sucker
Dragnet 54-02-16 - 235b The Big Sucker AFRS
Dragnet 54-02-23 - 236 The Big Pipe
Dragnet 54-03-02 - 237 The Big TV
Dragnet 54-03-02 - 237b The Big TV AFRS
Dragnet 54-03-09 - 238 The Big Cup
Dragnet 54-03-09 - 238b The Big Cup AFRS
Dragnet 54-03-16 - 239 The Big Rod
Dragnet 54-03-23 - 240 The Big Mustache
Dragnet 54-03-23 - 240b The Big Mustache AFRS
Dragnet 54-03-30 - 241 The Big Confession
Dragnet 54-03-30 - 241b The Big Confession AFRS
Dragnet 54-04-06 - 242 The Big Saw
Dragnet 54-04-06 - 242b The Big Saw AFRS
Dragnet 54-04-13 - 243 The Big Note
Dragnet 54-04-13 - 243b The Big Note AFRS
Dragnet 54-04-20 - 244 The Big Net
Dragnet 54-04-20 - 244b The Big Net AFRS
Dragnet 54-04-27 - 245 The Big Lift
Dragnet 54-04-27 - 245b The Big Lift AFRS
Dragnet 54-05-04 - 246 The Big Stop
Dragnet 54-05-11 - 247 The Big Look
Dragnet 54-05-11 - 247b The Big Look AFRS
Dragnet 54-05-18 - 248 The Big Help
Dragnet 54-05-25 - 249 The Big Watch
Dragnet 54-06-01 - 250 The Big Cowboy
Dragnet 54-06-08 - 251 The Big Student
Dragnet 54-06-15 - 252 The Big Cat
Dragnet 54-06-22 - 253 The Big Customer
Dragnet 54-06-29 - 254 The Big Chick
Dragnet 54-07-06 - 255 The Big Search
Dragnet 54-07-13 - 256 The Big Rescue
Dragnet 54-07-20 - 257 The Big Heel
Dragnet 54-07-27 - 258 The Big Match
Dragnet 54-08-03 - 259 The Big Stand
Dragnet 54-08-10 - 260 The Big Wish
Dragnet 54-08-17 - 261 The Big Cad
Dragnet 54-08-24 - 262 The Big Shock
Dragnet 54-08-31 - 263 The Big Office
Dragnet 54-09-07 - 264 The Big Trunk
Dragnet 54-09-14 - 265 The Big Cut
Dragnet 54-09-21 - 266 The Big Try - different from September 29 1953
Dragnet 54-09-28 - 267 The Big Bible
Dragnet 54-10-05 - 268 The Big Handsome Bandit
Dragnet 54-10-12 - 269 The Big Tarbaby
Dragnet 54-10-19 - 270 The Big Mannikin
Dragnet 54-10-26 - 271 The Big Key
Dragnet 54-11-02 - 272 The Big Locker
Dragnet 54-11-09 - 273 The Big Coins
Dragnet 54-11-16 - 274 The Big Dog
Dragnet 54-11-23 - 275 The Big Switch
Dragnet 54-11-30 - 276 The Big Gone
Dragnet 54-12-07 - 277 The Big Dig
Dragnet 54-12-14 - 278 The Big Lens
Dragnet 54-12-21 - 279 The Big Little Jesus
Dragnet 54-12-28 - 280 The Big Underground
Dragnet 55-01-04 - 281 The Big Mug
Dragnet 55-01-11 - 282 The Big Complex
Dragnet 55-01-18 - 283 The Big Token
Dragnet 55-01-25 - 284 The Big Bounce
Dragnet 55-02-01 - 285 The Big Bird
Dragnet 55-02-08 - 286 The Big Gap
Dragnet 55-02-15 - 287 The Big Hat
Dragnet 55-02-22 - 288 The Big Slug
Dragnet 55-03-01 - 289 The Big Set-Up
Dragnet 55-03-08 - 290 The Big Father
Dragnet 55-03-15 - 291 The Big Set
Dragnet 55-03-22 - 292 The Big Talk
Dragnet 55-03-29 - 293 The Big Death
Dragnet 55-04-05 - 294 The Big No Tooth
Dragnet 55-04-12 - 295 The Big Tie
Dragnet 55-04-19 - 296 The Big Deal
Dragnet 55-04-26 - 297 The Big Child
Dragnet 55-05-03 - 298 The Big Momma
Dragnet 55-05-10 - 299 The Big Revision
Dragnet 55-05-17 - 300 The Big Squealer
Dragnet 55-05-24 - 301 The Big Siege
Dragnet 55-05-31 - 302 The Big Sisters
Dragnet 55-06-07 - 303 The Big Limp
Dragnet 55-06-14 - 304 The Big Fall Guy
Dragnet 55-06-21 - 305 The Big Grab
Dragnet 55-06-28 - 306 The Big Convertible
Dragnet 55-07-05 - 307 The Big Rush
Dragnet 55-07-12 - 308 The Big Genius
Dragnet 55-07-19 - 309 The Big Bobo
Dragnet 55-07-26 - 310 The Big Housemaid
Dragnet 55-08-02 - 311 The Big Sheet
Dragnet 55-08-09 - 312 The Big Missus
Dragnet 55-08-16 - 313 The Big Beer
Dragnet 55-08-23 - 314 The Big Blonde
Dragnet 55-08-30 - 315 The Big Fellow
Dragnet 55-09-06 - 316 The Big Ruling
Dragnet 55-09-13 - 317 The Big Daughter
Dragnet 55-09-20 - 318 The Big Close
Dragnet 55-09-27 - 319 The Big Shot
Dragnet 55-10-04 - 320 The Big Brain
Dragnet 55-10-11 - 321 The Big Jolt
Dragnet 55-10-18 - 322 The Big Lie
Dragnet 55-10-25 - 323 The Big Pill
Dragnet 55-11-01 - 324 The Big Number
Dragnet 55-11-08 - 325 The Big Light
Dragnet 55-11-15 - 326 The Big Dive
Dragnet 55-11-22 - 327 The Big Walk
Dragnet 55-11-29 - 328 The Big Guilt
Dragnet 55-12-06 - 329 The Big Shirt
Dragnet 55-12-13 - 330 The Big Mole
Dragnet 55-12-20 - 331 22 Rifle for Christmas
Dragnet 55-12-27 - 332 The Big Mask Part 1
Dragnet 56-01-03 - 333 The Big Mask Part 2
Dragnet 56-01-10 - 334 The Big Small
Dragnet 56-01-17 - 335 The Big String
Dragnet 56-01-24 - 336 The Big Lay-Out
Dragnet 56-01-31 - 337 The Big Strip
Dragnet 56-02-07 - 338 The Big Press
Dragnet 56-02-14 - 339 The Big Tooth
Dragnet 56-02-21 - 340 The Big Smoke
Dragnet 56-02-28 - 341 The Big Want
Dragnet 56-03-06 - 342 The Big Laugh
Dragnet 56-03-13 - 343 The Big Impossible
Dragnet 56-03-20 - 344 22 Rifle for Christmas
Dragnet 56-03-27 - 345 The Big Informant
Dragnet 56-04-03 - 346 The Big Dream
Dragnet 56-04-10 - 347 The Big Chet
Dragnet 56-04-17 - 348 The Big Compulsion
Dragnet 56-04-24 - 349 The Big Rip
Dragnet 56-05-01 - 350 The Big Scrapbook
Dragnet 56-05-08 - 351 The Big Carney
Dragnet 56-05-15 - 352 The Big Joke
Dragnet 56-05-22 - 353 The Big False Move
Dragnet 56-05-29 - 354 The Big Gun Part 1
Dragnet 56-06-05 - 355 The Big Gun Part 2
Dragnet 56-06-12 - 356 The Big Will
Dragnet 56-06-19 - 357 The Big Lilly
Dragnet 56-06-26 - 358 The Big Revolt
Dragnet 56-09-18 - 359 The Big Ham
Dragnet 56-09-25 - 360 The Big Bop
Dragnet 56-10-02 - 361 The Big Lift
Dragnet 56-10-09 - 362 The Big Cab
Dragnet 56-10-16 - 363 The Big Slip
Dragnet 56-10-23 - 364 The Big Flight
Dragnet 56-10-30 - 365 The Big Present
Dragnet 56-11-06 - 366 The Big Odd
Dragnet 56-11-13 - 367 The Big Pick
Dragnet 56-11-20 - 368 The Big Brink
Dragnet 56-11-27 - 369 The Big Steal
Dragnet 56-12-04 - 370 The Big Listen
Dragnet 56-12-11 - 371 The Big Switch
Dragnet 56-12-18 - 372 The Big Bill
Dragnet 56-12-25 - 373 The Big Little Jesus
Dragnet 57-01-01 - 374 The Big Bid
Dragnet 57-01-08 - 375 The Big Filth
Dragnet 57-01-15 - 376 The Big Broad
Dragnet 57-01-22 - 377 The Big Sucker
Dragnet 57-01-29 - 378 The Big Pipe
Dragnet 57-02-05 - 379 The Big TV
Dragnet 57-02-12 - 380 The Big Cup
Dragnet 57-02-19 - 381 The Big Rod
Dragnet 57-02-26 - 382 The Big Mustache


EXTRAS
Barton Yarborough Bio
Bob Hope Show - Jack Webb, Dragnet Parody 53-02-04
Dragnet - MusicThe Big Theme
Dragnet - Sgt Friday placing a long distance call in 1949
Dragnet - The Big Long Monologue
Dragnet Synopsis Audio Brief
Jack Webb Bio
Martin And Lewis Show 53-01-13 Guest Jack Webb
Parody - Christmas Dragnet (1953)
Parody - Little Blue Riding Hood (1953)
Parody - The Do It Yourself Dragnet
Parody St. George And The Dragonet
Radio Station WWJ special about Dragnet 50-02-02

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