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Composer(s) Lawrence Shragge
Original language(s) English
Network Broadcast syndication
Genre Crime drama Action
Country of origin United States
Final episode date 29 May 1993
|Created by David Levinson
David H. Balkan|
Starring Carl Weathers Bryan Genesse Eric McCormack Charlene Fernetz Marcus Chong
Executive producers Ann Donahue, Jonathan Glassner
Cast Carl Weathers, Marcus Chong, Charlene Fernetz, Eric McCormack, Ken Tremblett
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Street Justice is an American action crime drama series starring Carl Weathers and Bryan Genesse. The series began airing in syndication in 1991, and was canceled in 1993 after two seasons.
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My best friend street justice
The series revolves around U.S. Army Special Forces Soldier-turned-metropolitan police detective, Adam Beaudreaux (Weathers) (b. 1948), and Grady Jameson (Genesse), a martial arts expert. As a child, Grady saved Adam's life when he was wounded in action during the Vietnam War. Grady's parents, who were Canadian missionaries, were killed when the Vietcong burned down their village. After the encounter they formed a bond and were together in Vietnam for 10 months until Adam was discharged from service. Adam promised Grady that he would come back for him. In 1972 Adam became a police officer and began a 20-year search for the boy who had saved his life. They were reunited when Grady found his way to the U.S. and showed up at Adam's place.
Adam puts Grady to work at the bar he owns with his friend, Malloy (Charlene Fernetz), the daughter of his deceased partner. Grady soon begins helping Adam on cases using the knowledge he picked up living on the streets along with his martial arts training.
Marcus Chong and Carrie-Anne Moss would reunite years later in The Matrix.
Visual Entertainment has released both seasons of Street Justice on DVD in Canada.
On March 22, 2011, VEI released Street Justice: The Complete Series on DVD in Canada. The 10-disc boxset features all 43 episodes of the series.
Awards and nominations
Chicago International Film Festival