Skip to comments.David Soul and Paul Michael Glaser return as Starsky and Hutch for special fan event
Posted on 04/09/2013 7:40:23 AM PDT by ConservativeStatement
As the stars of Starsky and Hutch, Paul Michael Glaser and David Soul became international icons, their characters a byword for cool.
And the veteran actors showed that they are still as suave today as in their 1970s heyday when they appeared at a special fan event in Venice Beach.
Detective Dave Starsky's iconic 1976 Ford Gran Torino - who some might say was the real star of the show - still managed to turn plenty of heads.
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re: I liked him better as “Fly Guy”
Was that when he won “Pimp of the Year”?
OK, OK, how about if he married Aimee Mann?
That song is running through my head, even before I read your post. Unnnnggghhhh!
Of course, there was one episode where a homeless bum referred to them as Starpy and Huck, so we refer to them that way more often than not.
We were deeply saddened to learn of Glaser's wife contracting AIDS through a blood transfusion.
And most deeply saddened when, for purely political reasons, Paul Michael Glaser refused/returned a donation in honor of his wife for AIDS research from President and Mrs. Reagan.
Would he be "blinded by the light"?
Now THAT’s funny.
That Kojak TV show cost me a pair of shoes and some sore feet once. Was visiting New York City for the first time. We parked in the WTC basement. Took the subway up to the Empire State building area. Well it was getting a little late in the evening and we had a mixed crowd. A corn raised lad from Iowa, a South African, an Englishmen who was ex-military and an Indian from England. This was all our first time in New York city.
Well the ex-military Englishman refused to ride in the subway back. He said he had watched Kojak and he knows what happens in the NY subways at night. So we had to walk the whole way. From the Empire State building to the WTC.
At least I got to appreciate just how big those WTC buildings were. Think it took us close to 4 hours.
Glaser played a young Bolshevik in the movie “Fiddler on the Roof”, looks like he wasn’t acting.
Fly Guy was great!
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