LAPD backs `LAPD'

September 1995
Broadcasting & Cable;9/11/95, Vol. 125 Issue 37, p24
Trade Publication
Reports on Los Angeles, California Mayor Richard Riordan and Police Chief Willie Williams' endorsement of MGM's first-run television series `LAPD,' which debuts into syndication in September 1995. Theme of the show.


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