Great Television Studio Archive Script, from PARAMOUNT PICTURES, for the short lived Television Production from 1982,

The Renegades

Stars: Patrick Swayze, Randy Brooks, Paul Mones

In this drama, undercover investigators are recruited from the streets to prevent arms smugglers from getting their weapons to street gangs.

An updated version of the Mod Squad. The Renegades are a street gang that's been given a choice of (A) Go to jail for the commission of various gang-related crimes, or (B) go to work for the police as a special undercover unit. Being clever kids, they choose (B).


Patrick Swayze ... Bandit (6 episodes, 1983)
Randy Brooks ... Eagle (6 episodes, 1983)
Paul Mones ... J.T. (6 episodes, 1983)
Tracy Scoggins ... Tracy (6 episodes, 1983)
Robert Thaler ... Dancer (6 episodes, 1983)
Brian Tochi ... Dragon (6 episodes, 1983)
Fausto Bara ... Gaucho (6 episodes, 1983)
Kurtwood Smith ... Captain Scanlon (6 episodes, 1983)
James Luisi ... Lt. Marciano (6 episodes, 1983)

Script is complete. It's for the episode BLUE ACADEMY BLUES. It is the REVISED DRAFT from November 9, 1982. It is complete with 58 pages.

Great if you like EARLY PATRICK SWAYZE items!

MORE INFO ON PATRICK SWAYZE: His mother is choreographer , owner of a dance school in Houston, where Patrick was also a student. His father was Jesse Wayne Swayze, who passed away in 1982. He graduated from Waltrip High School in Houston, Texas and attended San Jacinto College. He married actress/danceron June 12, 1975, whom he had known when she was 15 and a student at his mother's dance school. His New York City dance training included the Harkness Ballet School and Joffrey Ballet School. He first danced professionally as "Prince Charming" in "Disney on Parade". After a stint as "Danny Zuko" in the originalproduction of "Grease", he made his film as "Ace" in (1979). Eight years later, after considerable movie and television work, including choreography for (1984), he received a Golden Globe nomination for his role as dance instructor "Johnny Castle" in the smash hit (1987). He received a second nomination for his portrayal of the ghost "Sam Wheat" in another box office champion, (1990). He was a solidly established box office star throughout the nineties. In December 2003, he returned to as a replacement for the lead role of "Billy Flynn" in the acclaimed revival of Kander & Ebb's musical "Chicago". The production also went on tour in several cities of the US, including Los Angeles. In January 2008, he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.

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