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Get Christie Love!1974

Get Christie Love! (1974)





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The Dorothy Uhnak novel The Ledger was the basis of Get Christie Love! The title character, played by former Laugh-In regular Teresa Graves, is the first black woman to be hired by a big-city police force. Christie Love proves her value to her fellow officers by going undercover to smash a drug ring. First telecast January 22, 1974, Get Christie Love! served as the pilot film for the weekly TV series of the same name. That series ran from September 11, 1974 until July 18, 1975.

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Teresa Graves
as Christie Love
Harry Guardino
as Capt. Casey Reardon
Louise Sorel
as Helena Varga
Andy Romano
as Sgt. Seymour Greenberg
Paul Stevens
as Enzo Cortino
Ron Rifkin
as Normand
Lynne Holmes
as Celia Jackson
Lee Paul
as Max Loomis
Titos Vandis
as Spiliotis
Tracey Roberts
as Gwen Fenley
William Hansen
as Dr. Shepard
Davis Roberts
as Myron Jones
Bill Henderson
as Sgt. Stoner Martin
Richard D. Hurst
as Sgt. Tom Farrell
Joe DeMeo
as Mr. Portland
Sal Ponti
as Mr. San Francisco
Russ Marin
as AA Chairman
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Critic Reviews for Get Christie Love!

All Critics (1)

Hang loose, mama!

March 17, 2006 | Rating: 3/5

Audience Reviews for Get Christie Love!

I haven't seen a Pan Grier movie yet to compare to this. I didn't think it was too bad though. So, this made-for-TV movie led to one season of a TV series and as expected with TV censors it was much tamer than the low budget blaxploitation flicks coming out at the time. Still Teresa Graves was smart and beautiful in this picture as she works undercover to outsmart drug runners and suppliers.

Byron Brubaker
Byron Brubaker

Super Reviewer

This is a pretty decent (largely forgotten) blaxploitation flick. It's truly a product of the 70's-meaning that it appears dated, but that really only adds to its charm.

Chris Weber
Chris Weber

Super Reviewer

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