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Cagney & Lacey
Cagney & Lacey broke new ground, showing what life was like for two women in the police force. The show dealt with serious issues as well as having its lighter moments, and was a great critical success. (Full Profile available at Mysteries on TV.)

What did you like about the show? What do you remember most about it? Post your comments about Cagney & Lacey by entering them in the box at the bottom of the page and clicking "Post Message."

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Carol Anderson261 - 10:02am Sep 3, 2002 PST(#31 of 42)

Hi Everyone -

Thought you might like to know that you can go to the below website and vote to get Cagney & Lacey released on DVD. You need to register first with a valid email account and then you can vote. Web address is Best Wishes

Vickie Douglass - 07:07pm Oct 19, 2002 PST(#32 of 42)

I had to re-evaluate my life after C&L was cancelled....a wonderful show that is as relevent today, as when it was first aired.

Alan Bell - 06:55am Aug 11, 2003 PST(#33 of 42)

I'm teaching a college class in TV criticism and have a rather lenghty reading (34 pages) devoted to C&G, but I don't want the students to read it if they can't watch at least one episode of the series. Apparently the show is not on video. I'm hoping there are some fans out there who might have recorded the show off the air who would be willing to share a couple episodes with me. My school can pay for your time and trouble. (We call it an honorarium in academe. That means it ain't much. )

Any takers? I'm putting together my syllabus over the next couple of days and don't know whether or not to include it.

Tiffany Sherry - 04:58am Apr 14, 2004 PST(#34 of 42)

I'm doing a project on Cagney and Lacey and the friendship the two share, in particular the role each plays within it. I'm comparing them to Charlie's Angels and the differences between their friendships. Any comments on this would be much appreciated and if you could tell me your gender and roughly your age(I won't tell anyone!) that would be great

laura thompson - 03:02am May 18, 2004 PST(#35 of 42)

am a 15 year old teenager (female) and my family are amazed that i love to watch cagney and lacey! I love the show, their strong friendship and stressful cases against their personal problems make it a show to remember. My fave was sharon gless, she had a hint of funniness, seriousness and care for others which i consider to be an amazing character. In my personal opinion the show never had a dull moment (i have only seen about 40 episodes so far and hoping to see more though) This has to be one of my fave programmes along with charlies angels. Things like them are sure not made today!!!

Marjorie C. Currier - 11:07pm Dec 17, 2004 PST(#36 of 42)

I really love Cagney & Lacey show. Fortunately they are playing reruns in Fl. I hope they will release the show 0n DVD someday soon. Sharon Gless & Tyne Daly are two of the finest actresses I've ever seen. They worked great togrther, and I liked the fact that they were friends and partners. My favorite episode is when baby Alice Christine Lacey is born.Please stay on the air. Thank You!!

christine thatcher - 05:07am Apr 1, 2005 PST(#37 of 42)

When Cagney jogged up to the hotdog stall in the opeining/ending credits where was that filmed can you still buy hotdogs there

Fran Hinkel - 06:03am Aug 17, 2005 PST(#38 of 42)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

A DVD is not yet available, but, if you go to Amazon and request to be notified when it will be released, they are collecting numbers to present to the powers that be to convince them that there is a market for this DVD.

Fran Hinkel - 06:20am Aug 17, 2005 PST(#39 of 42)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Production of the show was in Toronto, but I can't find anything about the hot dog stand.

robert wranovics - 04:15pm Aug 17, 2006 PST(#40 of 42)

Who was the actor taht played Lacey's father.

Fran Hinkel - 06:27am Sep 18, 2006 PST(#41 of 42)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Lacey's long lost father was played by Richard Bradford.

Luther (Pete) Robinson - 07:06pm Jan 18, 2010 PST(#42 of 42)

Does anyone know the names of the producers on this show"

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