CTVA US Comedy - "Fish" (ABC)(1977-78) starring Abe Vigoda

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Fish (1977-78)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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FISH
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The Mimus Corporation
in association with
Columbia Pictures Television
for
ABC
Executive Producer Danny Arnold
Produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman

US Comedy series 1977-78 35 episodes x 30 min color (video tape)
(5Feb77-8Jun78)
Starring:
Abe Vigoda as Det. Phil Fish
Florence Stanley as Bernice Fish
Lenny Bari as Mike
Todd Bridges as Loomis
John Cassisi as Victor Kreutzer
Denise Miller as Jilly Papalardo
Sarah Natoli as Diane Pulaski
Barry Gordon as Charlie Harrison

Spin-off from 'Barney Miller'

Premise:
Det. Phil Fish retires from the police force to look after under  priveleged children.

Spin-off from "Barney Miller" (1975-82)(170 episodes)

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ABC Saturdays

Fish prod. no. 1, The Really longest day
produced by Steve Pritzker
directed by Lee Bernhardi.
Written by Barbara Avedon, Barbara Corday, Richard Baer.
DPUB: 5Feb77

Fish prod. no. 2, The Car
produced by Steve Pritzker
directed by Lee Bernhardi.
Written by Tom Reeder
DPUB: 12Feb77

Fish prod. no. 3, Power play
produced by Steve Pritzker
directed by Lee Bernhardi
Written by Bruce Kane
DPUB: 19Feb77

Fish prod. no. 4, Cold cash
produced by Danny Arnold
directed by Lee Bernhardi
Written by Seth Freeman & Reinhold Weege
DPUB: 26Feb77

Fish prod. no. 6, Fish's job APTI: Fish series, no. 5.
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Dennis Steinmetz.
Written by Barbara Avedon & Barbara Corday
DPUB: 12Mar77

Fish prod. no. 5, Bernice's problem APTI: Fish series, no. 6.
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Lee Bernhardi.
Teleplay by Tom Reeder.
DPUB: 19Mar77

Fish prod. no. 7, The Neighbors
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Noam Pitlik.
Teleplay by Howard Ostroff, Norman Barasch, Roy Kammerman et al.
DPUB: 26Mar77

Fish prod. no. 8, Fire
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Dennis Steinmetz.
Teleplay by Reinhold Weege.
DPUB: 2Apr77

Fish prod. no. 9, Social worker
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Mark Warren.
Teleplay by Larry Marks, Norman Barasch, Roy Kammerman.
DPUB: 9Apr77

Fish prod. no. 10, Fish and roots
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Mark Warren.
Written by Sheldon Bull.
DPUB: 16Apr77

Fish prod. no. 11, Anniversary
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Jeremiah Morris
Written by Barbara Avedon & Barbara Corday.
DPUB: 30Apr77

Fish prod. no. 12, The Adoption
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Howard Storm.
Written by Reinhold Weege.
DPUB: 2Jun77

Fish prod. no. 13, The New kid
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Jeremiah Morris.
Written by Bill Idelson.
DPUB: 13Aug77

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ABC Saturdays 8:00PM Eastern

Fish prod. no. 14, The Missing Fish
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Jeremiah Morris.
Written by Norman Barasch & Roy Kammerman.
DPUB: 17Sep77

Fish prod. no. 15, Retirement blues
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Jeremiah Morris
Written by Norman Barasch & Roy Kammerman.
DPUB: 24Sep77

Fish prod. no. 16, Fish behind bars, pt. 1
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Jeremiah Morris
Written by Norman Barasch & Roy Kammerman.
DPUB: 1Oct77

Fish prod. no. 17, Fish behind bars, pt. 2
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Bob LaHendro.
Written by Norman Barasch & Roy Kammerman.
DPUB: 1Oct77

Fish prod. no. 18, Fish and the rock star
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Bob LaHendro.
Written by John Bonaduce.
DPUB: 15Oct77

Fish prod. no. 19, Fish's daughter
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by John Robbins.
Written by Norman Barasch & Roy Kammerman.
DPUB: 22Oct77

Fish prod. no. 20, Jilly's job
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Norman Abbott.
Teleplay by Don Segall, Norman Barasch, Roy Kammerman & Michael Loman.
DPUB: 5Nov77

Fish prod. no. 21, Separation
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Noam Pitlik.
Written by Michael Loman.
DPUB: 14Nov77

Fish prod. no. 22, A Fish Christmas
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Jeremiah Morris.
Written by Norman Barasch & Roy Kammerman.
DPUB: 20Dec77

Fish prod. no. 23, Mike's career
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Gary Shimokawa.
Written by Norman Barasch & Roy Kammerman.
DPUB: 3Jan78

Fish prod. no. 24, Close encounters of the fishy kind
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Jeremiah Morris.
Written by Arthur Rabin, Norman Barasch & Roy Kammerman.
DPUB: 12Jan78

Fish prod. no. 25, Million dollar misunderstanding
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Gary Shimokawa.
Written by George Tricker, Neil Rose, Norman Barasch & Roy Kammerman.
DPUB: 19Jan78

Fish prod. no. 26, A Fine kettle of fish
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Gary Shimokawa.
Written by Norman Barasch & Roy Kammerman.
DPUB: 26Jan78

Fish prod. no. 27, Charlie resigns
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Jeremiah Morris.
Written by Laurence Marks.
DPUB: 2Feb78

Fish prod. no. 28, Love in bloom
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Gary Shimokawa.
Written by Steve Hattman, Dave Hackel, Norman Barasch et al.
DPUB: 9Feb78

Fish prod. no. 29, It shouldn't happen to a dog
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Gary Shimokawa.
Written by Norman Barasch, Roy Kammerman & Arthur Rabin.
DPUB: 23Feb78

Fish prod. no. 30, Love thy neighbor
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Jeremiah Morris.
CRED: Written by Arthur Rabin.
DPUB: 2Mar78

Fish prod. no. 31, Sweet sixteen
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Gary Shimokawa.
Written by Norman Barasch & Roy Kammerman.
DPUB: 9Mar78

Fish prod. no. 32, Fire & ice
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Gary Shimokawa.
Written by Jim Rogers, Norman Barasch & Roy Kammerman.
DPUB: 23Mar78

Fish prod. no. 33, A Pinch of class
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by John Tracy
Written by Norman Barasch & Roy Kammerman.
DPUB: 4May78

Fish prod. no. 34, For the love of Mike
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by John Tracy.
Written by Sheldon Bull.
DPUB: 11May78

Fish prod. no. 35, Chief Fish
produced by Norman Barasch and Roy Kammerman
directed by Gary Shimokawa.
Written by Jim Rogers.
DPUB: 18May78

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