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Sgt Dietrich from Barney Miller fame has passed away. I loved Barney Miller as a kid, and am surprised he was only 65, because he looked worn out on the show all the time.
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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.27
A really underrated show with a brilliant cast. After Yemana,
Dietrich was my favorite character.

Here's Dietrich's first episode,vepisode,1,0

but here's Steve Landesberg's first appearance,vepisode,1,0


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The young whippersnapper who came on the force to replace Fish doesn't survive Abe Vigoda. Abe will outlive us all. Farewell Dietrich.
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    Originally posted by StaggerLee
    I loved Barney Miller as a kid, and am surprised he was only 65

That is because he was 74.​2010/​12/​21/​arts/​television/​21landesberg.html?​_​r=1&​ref=obituaries

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In defense of StaggerLee, the NYT obit originally stated that his age was 65. I nearly posted this before their correction...

Barney Miller was one of those shows that I watched when I was way too young to be watching what I was watching. See also: All In The Family and Good Times.

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I didn't realize who this was. What a great show that was. I catch it on TV Land from time to time and realize now how great it was.

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They just stumbled onto the movie being shot, they didn't plan on camping out and getting tripod set up and crap. They were just hanging out and rollerblading in a parking garage and saw what was going on and shot the stuff.
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