Search Our New Beta Online Collections!

When I Grow Up... I Want to be a Policeman

<< Back to search results

From collection:Part of:

Identifier: M27298

Title: When I Grow Up... I Want to be a Policeman

Description: An episode in a charming children's documentary series. Featuring Daniel Haug as the boy and "Special Guest" Sgt. George Clobes of the Tactical Anti-Crime Team. EST St. Louis Police Academy entrance; boy and Sgt. Clobes visit trainees in the classroom - taught by African-American instructor; classroom weapon training; academy gymnasium, self defense class; chemistry lab and Joe the chemist (forensics); polygraph (lie detector) test; dispatch department with dispatchers; ID section in booking department; height, weight (on Toledo scale), fingerprinting (music, but no dialog); special assignments - mounted police - mounted patrol; traffic cop with bright orange mittens, in middle of street directing traffic in downtown St. Louis; different kinds of work done by police dogs; Luke (German Shepard) awarded Medal for heroism for being shot twice in the line of duty; Sgt. Clobes and Danny go and get coffee and donuts; Sgt. Clobes received a call on a walkie-talkie radio; they take off in police car with sirens to traffic accident; end credits thank police Chief Eugene Camp and the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and the Greater St. Louis Police Academy; Officer Ronald Marley; Sgt. Bill Conreaux; Officer Anthony DiCondia; Lt. William R. Armstrong; Sgt. Jay Canada; Officer Michael Donofrio; Officer Alvie Atkins; Officer Howard Klocke; Officer Robert Thomure; produced and directed by Rebecca Wilson and Skip Goodrum.

Rights: UND

Place: United States
Missouri
St Louis

Dates: 1976

Type(s): Video, 2" Quad
Episode

Maker/Creator: KMOV

Subjects: Police
Children
Television

Permalink:
http://collections.mohistory.org/resource/210468

| More

Disclaimer: We are working to create a web-based collection index. Information available through this website should be considered "draft only."