Marc Alaimo Filmography
The Rockford Files (1974) (TV) - Starring as Farber in "The Dark and Bloody Ground"
| This was a detective series about ex-con private investigator Jim Rockford (James Garner). Often, he would get involved in closed cases that the police felt had been solved. He also typically underestimated how difficult it would be to find the true perpetrators and to convince the police that he, not they, were correct. He would prefer to avoid a fight whereever possible. |
In this episode, Jim reluctantly agrees to work for Beth Davenport. His job is to help her prove that her client Ann Calhoun is innocent of murdering her husband.
|Starsky and Hutch (1975-1978) (TV) - Starring as Daimler in "The Action" (1978) and as Skinny Momo Mantel in "Iron Mike" (1976) and as Eddie Moore in "The Bait" (1975)|
| Tough Dave Starsky (Paul Michael Glaser) and educated Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson (David Soul) are plainclothes cops taking on dope dealers, muggers and other thugs, aided by their red 1974 Gran Torino and informant Huggy Bear (Antonio Fargas). Both bachelors' private lives play as interweaving threads in this cop drama.|
In The Bait, Starsky and Hutch pose as dealers to trap a drug supplier. They ask a woman arrested for drug possession for help.
|Hunter (1977 and 1985) (TV) - Starring as Doug Kirkwood in "The Shooter" (1985) and as Lawson in "The Hit" (1977)|
| Rick Hunter (Fred Dryer) is a cop, who has a few things going against him. He accidentally injures all his partners and some of his family members are mobsters. Hunter teams up with Dee Dee McCall (Stepfanie Kramer). After six seasons, Stepfanie left the show. |
|Which Way Is Up? (1977) - Starring as Frankie|
| Leroy Jones (Richard Pryor) is a poor orange picker who gets laid when he joins the worker's union. He's forced to leave his family behind including his father (Richard Pryor) to go to Los Angeles. Leroy ends up working for the same company that fired him as a manager. He meets and falls in love with Vanetta who is a labor organizer which leaves him splitting time between his wife Annie Mae and Vanetta. When Leroy finds out that the Reverend Lenox Thomas (Richard Pryor) has got his wife pregnant while he was absent, he then make the moves on the reverend's wife. |
|Mean Dog Blues (1978) - Starring as a Prison Transfer Guard|
When his friend injures a little girl in a small southern town while driving drunk, country singer Paul (Gregg Henry) agrees to state in court he had been driving. But his lawyer betrays him, and he ends up in a prison farm, sentenced to 5 years. Prison turns out as living hell, when Paul not only has to work hard in the heat of the day, but the sadistic foreman (George Kennedy) uses his prisoners to train his fighting dogs, who he loves more than anyone else. And there seems to be no chance of getting away.
The Incredible Hulk (1978-1980) (TV) - Starring as Joe Lo Franco in "Nine Hours" (1980) and as Captain Holt in "The Slam" (1979) and as Ernie in "Alice in Disco Land" (1978)
Dr. David Banner (Bill Bixby) is a brilliant scientist that is one day bombarded with Gamma Rays in a lab experiment gone wrong. Since that time, whenever he is under extreme stress, his body morphs into the seven foot tall, extremely muscular and powerful 'Incredible Hulk' (Lou Ferrigno) who also has bright green skin. After rampaging, he morphs back to human form with amnesia.
In The Slam, David is thrown into the slammer for vagrancy and stealing an apple. As prisoner 1124, he soon finds out the Sheriff and the warden are making money by forcing the inmates to do hard labor for local farmers.
In Alice in Disco Land David works as a barman at the Pandemonium Disco when he recognizes a teenage girl, Alice, whom he used to know years before. He finds out she has a serious drinking problem.
|CHiPs (1978-1981) (TV) - Starring as Zager in "Diamond in the Rough" (1981) and as Bix in "Vintage '54" (1978)|
| Frank "Ponch" Poncherello (Erik Estrada) and Jon Baker (Larry Wilcox) were motorcycle officers with the California Highway Patrol. Together they cruised the highways and interstates in the Los Angeles area.|
In Diamond in the Rough, a friend of Getraer's son is involved in an accident while a gang of criminals plot a complex bank robbery. Getraer is giving Timmy's friend, Pat, a home while they´re searching for his dad. Pat has problems with Sarge as a father figure.
|Wonder Woman (1979) (TV) - Starring as Pierce in "Phantom of the Roller Coaster: Parts 1 and 2"|
| When war pilot Major Steve Trevor (Lyle Waggoner) crashes near Paradise Island, home of the Amazons. He is rescued by Princess Diana (Lynda Carter) who learns of the war against the Nazis. They send Diana to help, who would spin to transform into Wonder Woman, with tremendous strength, bracelets that stop bullets, and a magic lasso that can force anyone to tell the truth.|
|Seems Like Old Times (1980) - Starring as B.G. Ramone|
Writer Nick Gardenia (Chevy Chase) is kidnapped from his California cliffhouse and forced to rob a bank. Now a fugitive, he seeks help from his ex, Glenda (Goldie Hawn). She is a public defender remarried to a prosecutor (Charles Grodin), and she attempts to keep Nick hidden from her uptight husband.
|The Greatest American Hero (1982) (TV) - Starring as Donnie Armus in "There's Just No Accounting.."|
| Ralph Hinkley (William Katt) was a teacher on a field trip when the bus mysteriously drives itself into the desert. Ralph is visited by aliens, who have decided to endow him with superhuman powers to fight the battle against injustice and crime. They gave him a special suit and an instruction manual that Ralph manages to lose with comical consequences. Also starring Robert Culp and Connie Sellecca. |
In this episode, Bill (Robert Culp) convinces the parents of a kidnap victim to pay the ransom, certain that Ralph can recover it when he saves their little girl.
|Knight Rider (1982) (TV) - Starring as Bill Gordon in "Slammin' Sammy's Stunt Show Spectacular"|
| Michael Knight (David Hasselhoff) is a former cop that teams up with a talking supercar to fight crime. The show was driven by the customized Pontiac Trans-Am called KITT (Knight Industries Two Thousand). It kept Michael Knight on the straight and narrow between fistfights and females. The show ran on ABC in 1997-98. |
In this episode, Michael joins an auto-daredevil show whose owners unwittingly took out a second mortgage from a crook who arranges "accidents" so he can take over the business.