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Street HawkBack in 1985, ABC aired an action series called Street Hawk. The TV show revolves around public relations cop Jesse Mach (Rex Smith) who gets recruited for a top secret government project — piloting a high-tech and incredibly fast motorcycle. Norman Tuttle (Joe Regalbuto) is the cycle’s inventor and the only one who knows that Mach is actually the mysterious Street Hawk. Other recurring characters are played by Richard Venture, Jeannie Wilson, Raymond Singer, and R.J. Adams

Despite running for just one short season, Street Hawk has attracted a cult following. Smith says he still gets stopped by “men of a certain age” and thinks it’s time for a new version.

He recently told the Daily Record, “I am currently developing a script for a new re-envisioned Street Hawk along with my oldest son Brandon, called Street Hawk Resurrection.”

The actor/singer continued, “Universal Studios has shown interest in the project and I would like to ask all the fans of Street Hawk to e-mail me so that I may show the executives at Universal just what kind of support I have for a new series.”

What do you think? Is the time right for a new, updated version of Street Hawk?

 

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Street Hawk

Street Hawk

Jesse Mach (Rex Smith) is a former motorcycle cop who was injured in the line of duty and has become a police trouble shooter. His talents get him recruited to test a top secret government project -- an all-terrain attack motorcycle that's capable of speeds in excess of 300 miles per hour. The motorcycle also includes a computerized command system that provides Mach with real-time information from various sources and autopilots the vehicle once it's cleared through traffic. Mach begins to lead a double life -- a public relations officer by day and a crime-fighter by night. The only person to know his true identity is federal agent and engineer Norman Tuttle (Joe Regalbuto). He's the vehicle's designer and is employed by the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration of the Department of Justice. He reluctantly chose Mach to pilot his creation but over time becomes impressed with his abilities. The Man...The Machine...Street Hawk.

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