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Zoolander was actually the first time I saw these two work together and much like Zoolander, their performances in Starsky and Hutch worked very well because they have great chemistry on screen. If you are unfamiliar with the movie it is based on a long-running television program from the 70's. I was too young to have ever watched it but it goes like this: David Starsky Ben Stiller is a "strictly by the book" cop who exercises and is constantly training to be the best cop he can be. The opening sequence sees his operation that he has been skimming money from get busted by other cops and he reluctantly shows his badge to the gangsters that he has been helping to succeed in breaking the law for a while. They end up becoming partners and things don't work out so great at first because they are constantly butting heads on how to handle a case. This begins with them discovering a "floater" dead body in the water and Hutch suggests that "these never get solved and there is a lot of paperwork, let's just push it out to sea and let the next precinct handle it.
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Starsky and Hutch. Who can forget those super-fly cops who battled crime in the 70s while zooming around in their Ford Grand Torino? There were a number of die-cast vehicles and race set toys released when this show was in it's prime, but Mego made the biggest splash with their 8" action figure line. There was also a Starsky and Hutch Detective Game that was a pretty big hit, although I dont cover board games here yet. Did You Know? Mego Action Figures. With this line, Mego made yet another stab at marketing an action figure line based on a hit television show. These figures are great likenesses, but who would want to play with an action figure without a weapon?