Starsky & Hutch RPF

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RPF Fandom
Name(s): Starsky & Hutch RPF
Scope/Focus: RPF fandom from Starsky & Hutch
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There has been very little RPF in the Starsky & Hutch fandom.


  • Off-Stage Action by Randy Kaempen is a 1978 story in the gen zine Zebra Three #3 (A fan wrote: "Off-Stage Action", by Randy Kaempen, is one of those items that always crop up sooner or later—Paul Glaser chokes on a burrito while filming, passes out and is translated, Uncle Tom Cobleigh, co-star and all, into S&H's "real" LA. If you like this sort of thing, it's not half bad" [1])
  • God's Gift to the World by Aunt Mary, (early 2000s) (includes two real life characters, actors Ted Neeley and Carl Anderson. In addition to starring in both screen and stage versions of Jesus Christ Superstar, they also appeared on Starsky and Hutch. Carl appeared in "Class in Crime" and "Strange Justice" and Ted was Lionel Rigger in "The Snitch." This story also includes the characters of Starsky & Hutch.)


  • Purple Pages, 1975-to about 1982, is a collection of over 20 Starsky & Hutch RPS stories written in the mid to late 1970s and early 1980s and privately circulated among fans. The name comes from the fact that the stories were typed onto purple paper. The Purple Pages may be the first known and confirmed examples of RPS fan fiction in media fandom.
  • A fan in 1996 rants about some Starsky & Hutch RPS she has heard of. See the essay GARBAGE LIKE THAT HAS NO PLACE IN FANDOM.


  1. ^ by Jane Aumerle in Star Canticle #2