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STARSKY and HUTCH opening credits & 1974 Torino

The opening credits of the original Starsky & Hutch tv show with their 1974 Gran Torino
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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23 Responses to “STARSKY and HUTCH opening credits & 1974 Torino”

  1. nw8000 says:

    Anybody know who the dance rolling her should was?

  2. Hot80s says:

    0:46 “dont throw up on me baby”

  3. jking1974 says:

    This was definitely my favorite of the Starsky and Hutch intros!!!

  4. yoly022 says:

    Great show dame shame they don’t have writes to make show like this anymore….

  5. eleesmith says:

    i still could not figure why the bad guys were chasing the cops

  6. TheLizardKing1967 says:

    @CI5AgentSweeps . It was the 1st season. I totally agree with you.

  7. PANDESHON1 says:

    GRACIAS POR ESTE VIDEO, ES UNA DE MIS SERIES FAVORITAS ENTRE MUCHAS DE ESE TIEMPO. EL SUETER QUE USABA STARSKY SE HIZO FAMOSO Y LOS VENDÍAN CARÍSIMOS, Y ANTES DE QUE LO USARA ÉL, POCOS ERAN A LOS QUE LES GUSTABAN ESOS SUETERES. TENÍAS QUE IR HASTA CHICONCUAC, QUE ERA DONDE LOS HACÍAN.

  8. TheLizardKing1967 says:

    A 1975 Lincoln Town car cutting dounts on the street….LOL. Starsky and Hutch didn’t have any trouble catching these clowns. LOL

  9. kingkull0423 says:

    It looks to me like the villians were chasing the cops???? LOL

  10. gamster68 says:

    Best cop show ever.

  11. Ahmedabdelreheem says:

    what’s the title of the episode where Hutch lost his memory, and Starsky went to tell him their past in flashbacks from other, older, episodes ??

  12. gadzooks004 says:

    Intense, intense, INTENSE! Perfect reflection of the show: raw, urgent, and action-packed, pulling no punches.

    This version was put together really FAST to make the September deadline. The show`s movie pilot was very successful only weeks before, and a theme had to be churned out real fast. Thus, the many clips in this theme of the pilot movie. Music`s from the pilot`s incidental music as well.

  13. lifeshoat says:

    that jump on his ass onto the car roof at 0.46 done his spine in i heard once in
    an interview . dont fancy that much
    excelent series , top cops ; )

  14. Joelomite says:

    Dude, when you saw this, I was just born! lol.

    Intros like these are so awesome because they pump you up for the upcoming show. Shows like this nowadays have quick, uninspired intros.

    These were pure TESTOSTERONE.

  15. MrJetfire59 says:

    Actually, Ford gave the show a new Torino every season, so it was a 74 through a 77 for the run of the show. I read about it in TV Guide when I was a kid.

  16. joanna1133 says:

    cool gran torino car good memories…..love watching this show when i was 13.xxx

  17. boriskownacka says:

    Me and my parents were in Los Angeles that day when they were filming the Torino chasing the other car.We were driving to a wholesale toy store early on a friday morning in Feburary `75 and from the distance we saw the streets blocked off with barriers and LAPD.Then we saw the two cars driving in circles and whatnot,thats all I remember as I was just 7 going on 8 years old at the time.

  18. mrbinfv says:

    THANKS!

  19. CI5AgentSweeps says:

    Best intro of the 4!

    Love the music. They should have kept it
    on more seasons

  20. lynhamp says:

    Ah memories….I loved watching this show as a kid

  21. CanuckJonny says:

    Trivia: culled from the climactic scene in the pilot movie where they get the bad guys. Written by Lalo Schifrin. Abandoned after the first season.

    And definitely a ’74 Gran Torino. The pilot was aired in April ’75 as a 90-minute Movie of the Week. Ford produced some for the public in ’76.

  22. JoeDog93 says:

    No, it’s a ’74

  23. brobinson75 says:

    It’s a 1976 Torino

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