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Wolf (TV series)

Genre Drama
Written by David E. Peckinpah
Directed by Bill Corcoran
Rod Holcomb
Starring Jack Scalia
Joseph Sirola
Nicolas Surovy
Judith Hoag
Country of origin USA
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 12
Producer(s) Ken Swor
Running time 120 minutes
Original channel CBS
Original run 13 September 1989 – 28 June 1990

Wolf is a 1989 CBS television series starring Jack Scalia and Nicolas Surovy. It features Scalia as Tony Wolf, a former San Francisco cop turned private detective and Surovy as the district attorney who had caused him to be discharged from the force. Joseph Sirola starred as Wolf's father, Sal who lived on a boat. The programme was also later shown on ITV in 1992.


Tony Wolf was a San Francisco fisherman and sometime private eye. Originally a narcotics officer for the SFPD, Tony was framed and took the fall as a crooked cop. Drummed off the force, he wandered the world for a couple of years, before finally returning home to The City to make amends with his aging father and to take over the family fishing boat. He's also tried to re-kindle a relationship with Connie, an old flame.

Episode list

  • "Pilot" (September 13, 1989; 2-hour pilot)
  • "On the Run" (September 19, 1989)
  • "Danny" (September 24, 1989)
  • "Running on Empty" (September 26, 1989)
  • "Two Men and a Baby" (October 3, 1989)
  • "Curtains of Silence" (October 10, 1989)
  • "Echoes of Yesterday" (October 24, 1989)
  • "Guns and Roses" (November 7, 1989)
  • "Betrayal" (November 14, 1989)
  • "Little Girl Lost" (June 21, 1990)
  • "Vengeance" (June 28, 1990)


  • The Thrilling Detective on Wolf
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