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Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Despite their successful pairing on-screen, Wilcox and Estrada did not always get along behind the camera.
Bruce Penhall , a native of Balboa Island, Newport Beach and a motorcycle speedway rider who had won the and Speedway World Championships , was also introduced as cadet—probationary officer Bruce Nelson, Bobby's younger brother in — The season 6 episode "Speedway Fever" aired November 7, centered on Penhall's character Nelson winning the Speedway World Final at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum , with scenes filmed in the pits during the meeting.
The episode also used television coverage of the final, with dubbed commentary. Penhall later admitted that having a bodyguard and having to have makeup done in the pits in full view of his competitors at the World Final only added to the pressure he was under both as a rider and a rookie actor and that it felt weird having to "buddy up to Ponch" in front of the other riders while the World Final was taking place.
In order to become a full-time member of the CHiPs cast, Penhall had officially announced his retirement from speedway racing on the podium of the World Final.
During a coffee break on an evening patrol shift in the mids he saw two young CHP officers on motorcycles which gave him the idea for this series.
Episodes occasionally reference Jon Baker's service in Vietnam. This makes his character one of the earliest regular and one of the more positive portrayals of a Vietnam veteran on television.
Indeed, Larry Wilcox served 13 months in Vietnam as a Marine artilleryman. Production made use of then recently-completed but not yet opened to the public section of freeways in the Los Angeles area.
For Season 2, a section of Interstate five miles to the west in La Crescenta, California was used, until it too was opened to the public.
For Seasons 3 - 5, the filming location was moved another 10 miles to the west, to the intersection of the Interstate and California State Route in Sylmar, California.
When that section of freeway was finally opened, production shifted again to a short stub of a highway in Long Beach, California , as well as a long stretch of Pershing Drive, near Los Angeles International Airport.
Despite the Ford Motor Company 's credit as a vehicle provider for four of the series' six seasons, cars and trucks were supplied by several manufacturers.
Although doubles were used for far-off shots and various stunt or action sequences, Wilcox and Estrada did a great deal of their own motorcycle riding, and performed many smaller stunts themselves.
Although Wilcox emerged relatively injury-free, Estrada suffered various injuries several times throughout the run of the series. In several early first-season episodes, a huge bruise or scab can be seen on his arm after he was flung from one of the motorcycles and skidded along the ground.
His worst accident came when he was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident while filming a season three episode in August , fracturing several ribs and breaking both wrists.
The accident and Estrada's subsequent hospitalization was incorporated into the series' storyline. Prior to being cast in CHiPs , Estrada had no experience with motorcycles, so he underwent an intensive eight-week course, learning how to ride.
In , it was revealed that he did not hold a motorcycle license at the time CHiPs was in production, and only qualified for a license after three attempts, while preparing for an appearance on the reality television show Back to the Grind.
NBC aired reruns of this series on its daytime schedule from April to September. During the original run of the series, syndicated reruns of older episodes were retitled CHiPs Patrol to avoid confusion.
CHiPs episodes were usually a combination of light comedy and drama. A typical episode would start with Ponch and Jon on routine patrol or being assigned to an interesting beat, such as Malibu or the Sunset Strip.
In roll call briefing, Sgt. Getraer would alert his officers to be on the lookout for a particular criminal operation, such as people staging accidents as part of an insurance scam, or punks breaking into cars.
A few interesting, unrelated vignettes often transpired during "routine" traffic enforcement. A light-hearted subplot would also be included, such as Harlan trying to hide a stray dog from Getraer at the office.
A more serious theme, such as Ponch trying to keep a kid from his old neighborhood out of a potential life of crime, might also be included. After a few failed attempts to apprehend the gang that had been menacing L.
Often, Ponch would attempt to impress a woman he had met during the episode with his athletic prowess or disco dancing, only to fail and provide Jon, Getraer, and others with many laughs.