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31.03.2015 - Breaking News
The german TV channel RTL NITRO will be showing "CHiPs" starting with Episode One on 21.04.2015 at 15:25h

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The Exclusive Interview with

Robert Pine.

Robert played Sgt. Getraer on CHiPs.
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A constant flow of car-chase action, the pearly-white smile of Erik Estrada, and a kickin', disco-driven theme song CHiPs truly had something for everyone. This show was the brainchild of creator/producer Rick Rosner, and its title was an acronym (sort of) for the California Highway Patrol. The episodic plot line, reminiscent of Adam-12, followed the daily adventures of two officers of the Highway Patrol, Jon Baker and Frank 'Ponch' Poncherello. The show deftly mixed their adventures on and around the Los Angeles freeway system with intra-office intrigue and the events of Jon and Ponch's personal lives.

Despite the frequent car chases (and crashes), the show was never a grim affair. Friendly to its many kid viewers, CHiPs emphasized a light, humorous tone in its storytelling, especially when dealing with lives of Jon, Ponch, and their fellow officers. The show's blend of humor and action guaranteed high ratings and reeled in a serious contingent of those younger viewers, who snapped up Jon and Ponch dolls, toy CHiPs motorcycles, and other memorabilia by the dozen.

CHiPs finished its six-year run in July of 1983 after 138 episodes. The show almost immediately went into syndication, where it is still a popular item with viewers of all ages. Wilcox and Estrada re-teamed in 1998 with show creator Rosner to make CHiPs '99, a made-for-TNT television film. It was a reunion that many a cop-show fan had longed for and was a ratings success.


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