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  • Of course, if you believe that is really who she is, you haven't watched a lot of television

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      Street Hawk: Female of the Species had Dennis Franz as a guest star. I’m not crazy about him, so that really didn’t do much for me. I was more intrigued by Paul Rossilli, who played a wealthy, highly public figure named Steven Cavanaugh. Think John F. Kennedy Jr. That’s pretty much the type Cavanaugh was supposed to be, the

      good looking son of a well known family. Here, he’s also a target. Someone is apparently out to either kidnap or kill him, but they miss a lot.

      Ann Turkel gets involved with series star, Rex Smith, who plays Jesse Mach, a desk cop who in reality has an undercover side job for the federal government as Street Hawk. This lets ...


      • him ride around on a high tech motorcycle armed with all kinds of things that let him fight crime. Turkel claims to be a reporter. Of course, if you believe that is really who she is, you haven’t watched a lot of television.

        All in all, Female of the Species is supposed to be a story with some intrigue to it.

        I guess it did, though I also guessed the ending at the same time. It’s not really that big of a surprise.

        Smith does okay in this role. I remember watching this series when it aired originally, and he took a beating as I recall. I don’t believe the fault of the series is with him, but more with the writing and the plots.




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