Highway Patrol catch up
Highway Patrol, also known as Ten-4, is an American action crime drama that aired between the years 1955 and 1959. The main character of the show is Dan Mathews, a rough and very dedicated head of police in an unidentified town in the west of the United States. The character is portrayed by the American stage, film, radio, and television actor Broderick Crawford, best known for his Oscar- and Golden Globe-winning role as Willie Stark in the 1949 movie All the King's Men. Throughout its production years, Highway Patrol alos featured an abundance of actors and actresses that would go on to build impressive Hollywood careers, including Clint Eastwood, who appeared in an episode of the very first season, Leonard Nimoy, who appears twice in different roles, and Jeanne Cooper, who played a female bandit in the series' first season.