Packed with fast motorcycles, powerful patrol cars, helicopters and two-way radios, "Highway Patrol" screamed onto the scene destined to be one of the most popular syndicated television series of all time. This action packed show filled with harrowing roadway adventures sped its way from the TV screen into pop culture with the catch phrase "10-4".
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Highway Patrol - Highway Patrol (U.S. TV series) - Netflix
Highway Patrol is a 156-episode action crime drama series produced for syndication from 1955 to 1959.
Highway Patrol - Actors - Netflix
The only constant regular on Highway Patrol is star Broderick Crawford as Dan Mathews. Crawford won an Academy Award for Best Actor in 1949 for All the King's Men. William Boyett became a regular in the fourth season as Sgt. Ken Williams. Boyett went on to play Sgt. MacDonald in Adam-12. Another constant is the voice of Art Gilmore as the heard but unseen narrator. Gilmore narrated many movie trailers and was the announcer on The Red Skelton Show and had a recurring role as Joe Friday's commanding officer, Lieutenant and Captain in Dragnet, both the original late 1950s version and the series' reprise in the late 1960s, and in Adam-12 and also had a recurring role as L.A. County Battalion Fire Chief Sorensen in Emergency! in the early and mid 1970s.
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