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Old 08-09-2007, 03:11 PM   #1
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Default The rest of The cast of Hooperman

I know That John Ritter was the main Actor of Hooperman who were the rest of The Actor's of Hooperman
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Hooperman was an ABC television series starring John Ritter that had a two-year run from 1987 to 1989. It is perhaps best categorised as comedy-drama, a combination of drama and comedy.

Ritter played San Francisco plainclothes police officer Harry Hooperman. Hooperman owns a rundown apartment building together with his girlfriend Susan Smith (played by Debrah Farentino) and his dog Bijoux – a Jack Russell terrier.

Also starring on the show was Alix Elias as the cheerful police dispatcher, Betty Bushkin; Barbara Bosson as Hooperman's superior, Capt. Celeste Stern; and Joseph Gian as Rick Silardi, a gay cop, who had to fend off unwanted advances by his partner, Maureen DeMott, (Sydney Walsh).

The show was filmed rather than taped, giving it a better production quality than many conventional (i.e., studiobound) sitcoms. The brainchild of Steven Bochco (Hill Street Blues, L.A. Law, NYPD Blue) and Terry-Louise Fisher (L.A. Law), the show was good-natured and often quite funny. The main theme was composed by Mike Post.
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