Caribe (TV series)

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Caribe is an American mid-season replacement crime drama that was originally broadcast on Monday nights at 10:00–11:00 pm (ET) from February 17–May 12, 1975 on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC). The Quinn Martin-produced series was about the exploits of the fictional Caribbean Force, a highly mobile unit of the Miami Police Department which combat crime in Miami and wherever American interests were involved in the Caribbean.[1] The stars were Stacy Keach as Lieutenant Ben Logan, Carl Franklin as Sergeant Mark Walters and Robert Mandan as Deputy Commissioner Ed Rawlings. The series was plagued by production problems.[2]

Episodes[edit]

Episode # Title Original air date
1–1 "The Plastic Connection" February 17, 1975
1–2 "Vanished" February 24, 1975
1–3 "The Survivor" March 3, 1975
1–4 "The Mercenary" March 10, 1975
1–5 "Lady Killler" March 17, 1975
1–6 "Flowers of Death" March 24, 1975
1–7 "Murder in Paradise" March 31, 1975
1–8 "School for Killers" April 7, 1975
1–9 "One Second to Doom" April 14, 1975
1–10 "The Patriots" April 21, 1975
1–11 "Counterfeit Killer" April 28, 1975
1–12 "The Assassin" May 5, 1975
1–13 "Assault on the Calavera" May 12, 1975

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stacy Keach Stars As Lt. Ben Logan In 'Caribe,'" The Ledger (Lakeland, FL), Sunday, February 16, 1975.
  2. ^ Etter, Jonathan. Quinn Martin, Producer. Jefferson: McFarland, 2003.