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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Adam-12' in the 1970s:

1970s Episode Guide for 'Adam-12':

(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

September 27, 1969: Log 153 -- Find Me A Needle
Season 2, episode 2
W: Guerdon Trueblood   D: Robert Douglas

With Jonathan Lippe (Nick Gentry), Jack Hogan (Sgt. Miller), Astrid Warner (Mary Gallagher), Carolyn Devore (Delores Grove).
Malloy and Reed go in search of a lover's lane bandit. Their only clues are a 1962 model car and a man with a scar on his cheek.

October 4, 1969: Log 52 -- Good Cop: Handle With Care
Season 2, episode 3
W: Preston Wood   D: Robert Douglas

With Margarita Cordova (Mrs. Sanchez), Carl Reindel (Mark Gurney), Paul Darby (Jerry Bowen), Ben Frank (John Henderson), Art Gilmore (Lt. Moore).
A couple of freelance newsmen follow Malloy and Reed around their beat in an effort to prove police brutality. In the process they manage to get in the way of an arrest of three armed suspects.

December 13, 1969: Log 143 -- Cave
Season 2, episode 10
W: Robert I. Holt   D: Alan Crosland

With Stuart Lee (Artie Finlay), Mitch Vogel (Jimmy White), Bing Russell (Johnson), Myron Healey (Jay Finlay), Alice Frost (Efiginia Grimes), Sam Edwards (Elvin Brady), Kathleen O'Malley (Ida Brady), Jean Howell (Amy Finlay), George Brenlin (Duke Dukowski).
Malloy and Reed catch a burglar, arrest an assault suspect and then end up their shift at a cave-in where a youngster is trapped.

January 3, 1970: Log 43 -- Hostage
Season 2, episode 12
W: Robert Hamner   D: Joseph Pevney

With Ken Lynch (Bernie Ryan), Diane Holden (Angie Vanders), William Fawcett (Stony), Lew Brown (Sgt. Baron), Joe Turkel (Vince Warren), George Brenlin (Duke Dukowski).
Malloy is wounded by a gunman as he walks into a restaurant just as a robbery is being committed, and then is held hostage along with several customers.

January 10, 1970: Log 34 - Astro Division
Season 2, episode 13
W: Guerdon Trueblood   D: Robert Douglas

With Kenneth Tobey (Lt. King), John Hubbard (Dr. Packard), Vance Skarstedt (Officer Grant), Byron Keith (Sgt. Bing).
Malloy and Reed get directions from a police helicopter in the chase of two armed robbery suspects.

January 24, 1970: Log 14 -- S.W.A.T.
Season 2, episode 14
W: Michael Donovan   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Dick Geary (Benson), Adam Wade (Ron Thompson), Lew Brown (Sgt. Baron), Alma Platt (Katy Anderson), Thomas Bellin (John Kursko).
Malloy and Reed are joined by other specially trained officers in order to capture a sniper lodged atop a theater building.

January 31, 1970: Log 64 -- Bottom Of The Bottle
Season 2, episode 15
W: Robert I. Holt   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Christopher Dark (Chris Pilaf), Norma Crane (Mae Pilaf), Michael Stearns (Monk), J. Pat O'Malley (Louie), Rafael Campos (Mike Cuaron), James Victor (Eddie Alvarado).
After arresting a man and his wife who have assaulted a bartender, officers Malloy and Reed pick up a pair of teenagers racing down a street and end up their shift being shot at by a motorcyclist.

February 7, 1970: Log 54 -- Impersonation
Season 2, episode 16
W: Robert I. Holt   D: Joseph Pevney

With Virginia Gregg (Mrs. Dunkit), James McEachin (Freddy Rivers), Woodrow Parfrey (Harv), Art Gilmore (Lt. Moore), Robert Patten (Det. Fremont), John Hudson (Det. Forest), Morris Erby (Two Bits), Dorothy Neumann (Mary Burnside).
Malloy and Reed have to do a little detective work in between calls after a fight promoter tells of being bilked out of $350 by a man posing as a Los Angeles policeman on special assignment for the Treasury Department.

February 14, 1970: Log 24 -- A Rare Occasion
Season 2, episode 17
W: Robert I. Holt   D: Robert Douglas

With Mikki Jamison (Jean Reed), Carla Borelli (Ruth Bannister), David Cassidy (Tim Richmond), Ross Elliott (Mr. Richmond), Raymond Mayo (Frankie).
Officer Reed's wife Jean invites Malloy over for dinner to get better acquainted with his new godchild and to meet an attractive girl.

February 28, 1970: Log 124 -- Airport
Season 2, episode 18
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Ronne Troup (Diane Michelle), Ralph Manza (Market Proprietor), John Sebastian (Robber), Myron Healey (Walt Cook), Raymond Mayo (Suspect), Michael Ross (Del Hoenig), Craig Curtis (Gerald Rogers), Harry Lauter (Mike).
In Malloy and Reed's tour of duty, they encounter a flying 502 (drunk pilot), grab a pair of grocery store robbers and also locate a lost flower child.

March 7, 1970: Log 94 -- Vengeance
Season 2, episode 19
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Timothy Brown (Carl Owens), James McEachin (Freddie Rivers), Walker Edmiston (Tex), Robert Patten (Sgt. Stone), Steve Mitchell (John Sims), Luana Patten (Adeline).
Officers Malloy and Reed receive an unexpected assist from an ex-con who once threatened to "get" Malloy, capture a liquor store robber and withstand a gunshot assault from a carload of hoodlums during a tour of duty.

March 14, 1970: Log 104 -- The Bomb
Season 2, episode 20
W: Robert I. Holt   D: Jean Yarbrough

With Frank Maxwell (Phil Watters), Bing Russell (Sgt. Bell), Lillian Bronson (Miss Baker), Roy Engel (Elmo Constant), Robert Knapp (Sgt. Casey), Guy Wilkerson (C.J. Blanch), Barry Cahill (Ed Bowler).
Malloy and Reed call in a pair of experts from Firearms and Explosives Section when a strange box is found in an electronics factory after a phoned bomb threat.

March 21, 1970: Log 74 -- Light Duty
Season 2, episode 21
W: Guerdon Trueblood   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Beth Brickell (Officer Mills), X Brands (Officer Sanchez), Walter Kightly (Officer Grant), Larry J. Blake (Officer Williams), Rand Brooks (Mr. Edwards), Louise Lorimer (Mrs. Higgins), Robert Clarke (Ed Ligh), Scott McCartor (Ed Ligh Jr.), John Nolan (Bill Bradley).
Officer Malloy, expecting easy duty when he's assigned to work the station desk because of a broken wrist, gets considerable action when a criminal walks in demanding to see his brother.

March 28, 1970: Log 114 -- The Hero
Season 2, episode 22
W: Don Ingalls   D: Joseph Pevney

With A Martinez (Lauro Perez), Richard Angarola (Lt. Chavez), Harry Lauter (Sgt. Poster), Natividad Vacio (Mr. Perez), George Ostos (Danny Perez), Ann Doran (Mrs. Kerry).
Reed and Malloy assist firemen at a burning warehouse where a youth has heroically rescued an unconscious watchman.

April 4, 1970: Log 134 -- Child Stealer
Season 2, episode 23
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Gloria Manon (Mrs. Bannister), Squire Fridell (Floyd Bannister), Burt Mustin (Mr. Ward), Woodrow Parfrey (John Marshall), Rand Brooks (Bus Driver), Quintin Sondergaard (Tom Oaks).
Officers Malloy and Reed investigate an alleged kidnapping, track down an escaped convict and capture a pair of truck hijackers.

April 11, 1970: Log 144 -- Bank Robbery
Season 2, episode 24
W: James Doherty   D: Joseph Pevney

With Jed Allan (Charles Jensen), Mike Mazurki (Claude Terry), Dorothy Keller (Mrs. Terry), Alan Vint (Ken Tucker), Thomas A. Geas (John Lewis), Robert Patten (Sgt. Baron), Howard Culver (Doctor).
Officers Malloy and Reed engage in a shootout with a pair of bank robbers, after first tussling with an irate husband, an ex-wrestler who decided to take it out on the officers after his wife asked to have him arrested.

April 18, 1970: Log 44 -- Attempted Bribery
Season 2, episode 25
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Del Moore (Mr. Erickson), John Lasell (Tom Stark), Peter Brocco (John Thomas), George Brenlin (Duke Dukowski), Art Gilmore (Lt. Moore), David Westberg (Bill Erickson), Russ Conway (Edwards).
Officers Malloy and Reed arrest the son of a wealthy manufacturer on a drunk driving charge and later are offered a high-salaried job at his father's plant -- at triple their police salary.

May 9, 1970: Log 173 -- Shoplift
Season 2, episode 26
W: Robert I. Holt   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Catlin Adams (M'Liss Courtnay), Liam Sullivan (Merodach), Nina Shipman (Jane Hayes), Richard Eastham (Mr. Courtnay), Jo De Winter (Mrs. Courtnay), Harry Geldard (Mr. Bernard).
Malloy and Reed arrest the daughter of a wealthy industrialist on a shoplifting charge but she escapes from police headquarters.

September 19, 1970: Log 174 -- Loan Sharks
Season 3, episode 1
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Arthur Hunnicutt (Slim Draper), Tim Rooney (Jim Russell), Marshall Reed (John Russell), Eve McVeagh (Marge Jenkins), Kenneth Tobey (Sgt. Strong), Dean Cromer (Charlie Barnes).
Start of the series' third year. Officers Malloy and Reed find a star witness, a courageous teenager, in a mob beating case only to learn the youth has been kidnapped.

September 26, 1970: Log 35 -- Easy, Bare Rider
Season 3, episode 2
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Sidney Miller (J. Simmons), Dave Willock (George Edwards), Michael DeLano (Louis Fox), John Nolan (Bill Traynor), Larry Levine (Lloyd Gunston).
An amiable drunk motorist presents arresting officers Malloy and Reed with a ticklish problem: he's driving his car nude.

October 3, 1970: Log 95 -- Purse Snatcher
Season 3, episode 3
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Gary Morgan (Benjie Tremain), Ben Cooper (Officer Brinkman), Alan Baxter (Brian Michaels).
A teenager who glories in his seeming ability to outwit the police presses his luck too far when he tries to graduate to bigger crimes.

October 10, 1970: Log 45 -- Bright Boy
Season 3, episode 4
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Bruce Gordon (Sgt. Poster), Stephen Hudis (Harold Ruskin), Rand Brooks (Walter Marshall), Robin Raymond (Marine Prout), Patricia Winters (Lorean Harper).
An 11-year-old youth makes officers Malloy and Reed believers in his photographic memory when his description proves decisive in a burglary case.

October 17, 1970: Log 65 -- Cigarettes, Cars And Wild, Wild Women
Season 3, episode 5
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Tony Dow (Cpl. Wayne Miller), Hope Summers (Clara Fisher), Ted Gehring (Conrad Short), John Mitchum (Tim Horton), Cynthia Hull (Sally), Helen Spring (Prudence Armstrong), Kirk Nyby (Mel Haskell), Bee Tompkins (Ginny Johnson), Robert Heinz (Arthur Becker).
Officers Malloy and Reed have their hands full tracking down a pair of pretty hitchhikers who use a simple ruse to steal cars from unsuspecting motorists.

October 31, 1970: Log 55 -- Missing Child
Season 3, episode 6
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Carmen Zapata (Mrs. Flores), Alma Platt (Patricia Filmore), Jodie Foster (Mary Bennett), Ron Castro (Antonio Flores), Lester Matthews (Gregory Benton), Coleen Gray (Mrs. O'Neill), Chuck Courtney (Curtis Christie).
Malloy and Reed search for a missing child who failed to come home on the school bus.

November 7, 1970: Log 75 -- Have A Nice Weekend
Season 3, episode 7
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Dorothy Shay (Mrs. Green), Virginia Gregg (Anne White), Norma Connelly (Mrs. Foster), Butch Patrick (Paul Foster), Howard Morton (Choirmaster), Mona Bruns (Mrs. Britton), Ann Morrison (Ruth Phillips).
Malloy and Reed investigate a rash of daytime burglaries in a wealthy neighborhood. A teenager is suspected.

November 21, 1970: Log 105 -- Elegy For A Pig
Season 3, episode 8
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Mark Goddard (Officer Tom Porter), Rachel Roman (Marge Porter).
In documentary style, the life of a policeman who was gunned down by a petty criminal is told.

November 28, 1970: Log 25 -- Indians
Season 3, episode 9
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Billy Sands (Bartender), Arlene Harris (Helen Shipley), Thomas A. Geas (Johnny Little), Tim Donnelly (Pizza Deliveryman), Roger Creed (Tshiji), John Gallaudet (Charley), Jean-Michel Michenaud (Frankie).
Malloy and Reed cope with a shakedown artist and a proud Indian involved in a grudge fight, two calls that take them to a small store and a bar.

December 5, 1970: Log 135 -- Arson
Season 3, episode 10
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Mary Grace Canfield (Susie Fisher), Sam Edwards (Hal Rosten), Mantan Moreland (Philip Richards), Richard Van Vleet (George Calvelli), Dorothy Konrad (Betty Barlow), Howard Wendell (Carl Shumley), Charles Wagenheim (Bill Barlow), Betty Ann Rees (Ann Calvelli).
Officers Malloy and Reed are faced with some unusual problems during a day's tour of duty. They have to deal with a firebug, family squabblers, and a dangerous mental patient.

December 19, 1970: Log 96 -- Pilgrimage
Season 3, episode 11
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Stanley Adams (Fred Ludden), Ivan Naranjo (Tom Nasheboo), Sandi Ego (Rosa), J. Pat O'Malley (Santa Claus), Sallie Shockley (Sandy Quillan), Foster Brooks (George Selfridge), Len Wayland (Jason Lamb), Bert Holland (Vernon Hale).
It's a busy Christmas for officers Malloy and Reed: Santa Claus gets arrested when he is robbed and takes matters into his own hands, and a small Indian girl, whose parents are bedded down for the night in the hills, is reported lost.

December 26, 1970: Log 85 -- Sign Of The Twins
Season 3, episode 12
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Sheila Bromley (Mrs. Wade), Margaret O'Brien (Mrs. Pendleton), Paul Picerni (Officer Boyd), Buddy Foster (Terry Pendleton), Howard Culver (Mr. Craig), Stacy Harris (Carl Kegan), Larry Blake (Officer Quinn).
Malloy and Reed contend with an antagonistic robbery victim, a nerve-racked mother and a unique zoning case.

January 2, 1971: Log 175 -- Con Artists
Season 3, episode 13
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Irene Tedrow (Emma Bonneau), Jon Lormer (Geogre Sawyer), Barbara Morrison (Sybil Merchant), Dan White (Benny), Helen Kleeb (Florence Bonneau), Billie Bird (Winnie Goodrich), Judd Laurance (Arver Johnson), Jimmy Cross (Ira Goodrich), Jonathan Hole (Paul Weber), Mary Angela Shea (Martha Sorenson).
A family of con artists who deal in phony home repairs prey on residents in an area patrolled by officers Malloy and Reed.

January 9, 1971: Log 115 -- Gang War
Season 3, episode 14
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Trini Lopez (Father Rojas), Rafael Campos (Pepe Romero), Ralph Manza (Zizi Martino), Joseph Mell (Bart Silver), Ron Henriquez (Salvador Cabo), Allison McKay (Edna Danhart), John Dennis (Willard Danhart).
A Mexican-American priest calls in officers Malloy and Reed in hopes of preventing a dangerous rumble between teenage gangs.

January 16, 1971: Log 26 -- LEMRAS
Season 3, episode 15
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Ken Lynch (Jack Stokes), Don 'Red' Barry (Edwin M. Kale), Pam Kenneally (Wendy Tucker), Barbara Perry (Wilma Engles), Sally Mills (Mrs. Tucker), Pamela Curran (Mrs. Vandemar), Thomas Bellin (Charles Hammond).
Officers Malloy and Reed help quell a holdup and contend with a series of burglaries that are linked to mysteriously disappearing motorcyclists.

January 21, 1971: Log 155 -- Internal Affairs: Blackmail
Season 3, episode 16
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Eve Brent (Ginger), Jed Allan (Officer Tony Johnson), Gloria Manon (Jackie Washington), Raymond Mayo (Dick Madden), John Steadman (Pop), George Sawaya (Jake Benson), Michael Stearns (Bartender).
Officers Malloy and Reed hunt for an elusive bar girl who might be able to clear a fellow officer of blackmail charges.

January 28, 1971: Log 66 -- The Vandals
Season 3, episode 17
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Kasey Rogers (Mrs. Jones), Herb Vigran (Salesman), Robert Patten (Det. Stone), Sherry Miles (Vickie Herman), Robert Clarke (John Herman), Nick Benedict (Thomas Moore), Winnie Collins (Mrs. Sullivan).
A traffic violation that takes a serious turn and a teenage girl who proves too popular for her own good cause officers Malloy and Reed some tense moments.

February 4, 1971: Log 36 -- Man Between
Season 3, episode 18
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Claude Johnson (Officer Green), Peggy Webber (Mary Grant), Bert Santos (Carlos Martinez), Squire Fridell (Goldstone), Efrain Ramirez (Raul Gonzales).
Officer Reed gets needled by fellow officer Wells for being too trusting of people. But his willingness to believe a suspect's story proves to be a better conclusion.

February 11, 1971: Log 165 -- Once A Cop
Season 3, episode 19
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Shelley Berman (Phil Duke), Leo Gordon (Jack Donohoe), Robert Patten (Det. Sgt. Stone), Robert Bruce Lang (Suspect), Katie O'Pace (Ada Hays), William Benedict (Bill White).
A tough ex-policeman and an angry Hollywood starlet and her flamboyant agent present some unusual problems for officers Malloy and Reed.

February 18, 1971: Log 76 -- Militants
Season 3, episode 20
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Timothy Brown (Kenneth James), Ron Pinkard (Officer Barrett), Pamela Jones (Nan Barrett), Burt Mustin (Charles Jenkins), James McEachin (Dewey Randolph), Felton Perry (Cleotis James).
An officer-needs-help call after two policemen are shot in an ambush brings officers Malloy and Reed into a case involving black militants.

February 25, 1971: Log 164 -- The Poachers
Season 3, episode 21
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Claude Johnson (Officer Norm Green), Harry Hickox (James Crawford), Marjorie Bennett (Mrs. Pierce), Pegi Boucher (Lainie Marshall), Ralph Neff (Mr. Gower), Scutter McKay (Chick Wheelock).
Officers Malloy and Reed are called outside of their area to apprehend warehouse thieves.

March 4, 1971: Log 16 -- Child In Danger
Season 3, episode 22
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Susan Seaforth Hayes (Eve Barstow), Ronne Troup (College Girl), John Davis Chandler (Wally Barstow), John Sebastian (Calder), Raymond Mayo (Handyman), Beatrice Kay (Manager).
Officers Malloy and Reed interrupt a robbery in progress, fret over a possible child beating case and warn a heedless girl about driving alone in a dangerous area.

March 11, 1971: Log 56 -- Vice Versa
Season 3, episode 23
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Marie Windsor (Eunice Claridge), George Furth (Tyler Finch), Ellen Corby (Camille Gearhardt), Keye Luke (George Lum), Charles McGraw (Lars Lowell), Christine Matchett (Alma Stanley).
Malloy loses his driver's seat to Reed temporarily but efficiency is maintained on their beat.

March 18, 1971: Log 106 -- Post Time
Season 3, episode 24
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Morey Amsterdam (Jerry Mermaid), E.J. Andre (Martin Endicott), Woodrow Parfrey (Man), Jason Wingreen (Tom Beaton), Luanne Roberts (Heather Braun), Lillian Bronson (Norma Fisher), Robert Patten (Sgt. Stone), Maurice Dallimore (Basil Farrington).
A bewildered printer, an elderly retiree and an unusual motorist create some special problems for officers Malloy and Reed.

March 25, 1971: Log 125 -- Safe Job
Season 3, episode 25
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Michael O'Shea (Johnny Delaney), James Luisi (Antonio Minetti), Victoria Paige Meyerink (Denise), Charles Knox Robinson (Albert Cook), Robert Dowdell (Sgt. Prescott), Mary Angela Shea (Lisa Bonelli), Todd Starke (Danny).
The prime suspect in a safecracking case is an oldtimer who claims he's retired and only looking after his niece and nephew.

April 1, 1971: Log 88 -- Reason To Run
Season 3, episode 26
W: James Doherty   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Linda Henning (Hilary Warner), Randolph Mantooth (Neil Williams), Sandra de Bruin (Waitress), Norm Crosby (Dewey Conroy), Rod Cameron (Slim Berkeley), Dick Whittinghill (Paul Foster), Dorothy Green (Mrs. Warner).
Malloy and Reed handle a burglary at a riding school owned by a former Western movie star, who decides to call off the case when he learns his young helper is the chief suspect.

September 15, 1971: Extortion
Season 4, episode 1
W: Robert I. Holt   D: Christian Nyby

With Benny Rubin (Mr. Gold), John Bleifer (Mr. Fine), George O'Hanlon Sr. (Drunk), Lillian Ames (Mrs. Fine), Bob Hastings (Bartender), Willie Aames (Little Boy).
Law and order series returns for a fourth season on a new night. Officers Malloy and Reed round up a gang of hoodlums engaged in an anti-Semitic shakedown.

September 22, 1971: Million Dollar Buff
Season 4, episode 2
W: Leo Gordon   D: James Neilson

With Lindsay Wagner (Jenny Carson), Leo Gordon (Jennings Thornton), Lynn Cartwright (Thief), Ed Begley Jr. (Bud), Dennis McCarthy (Dave Walbrook), Lewis Charles (Joe Rawls), George Sawaya (Bandit).
While attending a routine patrol, including the arrest of an attractive jewel thief, Malloy and Reed are badgered by a millionaire police buff who manages to get to the scene of police calls ahead of them.

September 29, 1971: The Grandmothers
Season 4, episode 3
W: Herb Purdum   D: Ozzie Nelson

With Paul Gleason (Smitty), Ozzie Nelson (Ted Clover), Florence Lake (Mrs. Pine), Winnie Collins (Mrs. Kovacs), Harry Wagner (Father Meginnis), Dennis Rucker (Carl Young).
Officers Malloy and Reed answer several armed robbery calls, engage in a wild chase of criminals and get an assist from a priest in catching a dope peddler.

October 6, 1971: The Radical (1)
Season 4, episode 4
W: Stephen J. Cannell   D: Oscar Rudolph

With Robert Conrad (Deputy D.A. Paul Ryan), John Davis Chandler (Robin Saydo), Hal Baylor (Tom Gray), Robert Dowdell (Sgt. Wade), John Kroger (Officer Moore), Frank Ferguson (Fred Tibbles).
In the first of a two-part episode that concludes on "The D.A" on Thursday, Deputy Ryan joins officers Malloy and Reed in pursuit of a youth who is a suspected revolutionary.

October 20, 1971: The Search
Season 4, episode 5
W: Stephen J. Cannell   D: James Neilson

With Dick Peabody (Boone Wexel).
Malloy and Reed mysteriously disappear into the wilderness of Griffith Park while pursuing a robbery suspect.

October 27, 1971: The Ferret
Season 4, episode 6
W: Stephen J. Cannell   D: Alan Crosland Jr.

With Russ Conway (Curtis Atherton), Steve Franken (The Ferret), Don Pedro Colley (T. Leeland Sabeth), Jordan Rhodes (Larry Dent), James Bacon (William Spence), Alma Platt (Lady).
Officers Malloy and Reed must find an elusive saboteur who conducts a destructive one-man anti-pollution campaign.

November 3, 1971: Truant
Season 4, episode 7
W: Michael Donovan   D: Hollingsworth Morse

With Barbara Nichols (Ginger Stephens), Vincent Van Patten (Virgil Stephens), Charles Lampkin (Myron Bradley), Ezekial Williams (Lyle Bradley), Robert Clarke (Tom Bennett), Art Balinger (Capt. Grant), Lew Brown (Detective McCall), Natalie Masters (Katie Anderson), Michael Barbera (Denny Zuener).
When Officer Reed finds that daylight burglaries coincide with high absenteeism at a certain school, he develops a plan for halting the thefts which his fellow officers do not approve of.

November 10, 1971: Ambush
Season 4, episode 8
W: Stephen J. Cannell, Herb Purdum   D: Christian Nyby

With William Campbell (Charlie Shanks), Mort Mills (Luke Nathan), Julian Burton (Larry Lee), Jim B. Smith (Lt. Bayer), Marshall Reed (Capt. Edwards), Ron Pinkard (Barrett).
When Reed and Malloy are transporting a prisoner through Malibu Canyon, two underworld assassins stop the squad car and kidnap one of the officers.

November 17, 1971: Anniversary
Season 4, episode 9
W: Leo Gordon   D: James Neilson

With Alfred Shelly (Jim Blackman), Jack Sheldon (Philip Heyes), Ines Pedroza (Mina), Stubby Kaye (Bernie Goodman), Allen Jenkins (Jobey), H.B. Haggerty (Dobish), Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez (Rudolfo Diaz), Robert Emhardt (George Moore), Sidney Clute (Farrell).
Officers Malloy and Reed subdue an enraged wrestler at a bar, settle a dispute at a used car lot, and investigate a robbery.

November 24, 1971: Day Watch
Season 4, episode 10
W: Leo Gordon   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Ronne Troup (Jo), George Murdock (Mr. Williams), J. Pat O'Malley (Willie), Clark Howat (Harold Johnson), William Elliott (Officer Jerry Woods), Fred Holliday (Paul Soren).
During a day watch, officers Malloy and Reed check out a woman hitchhiker's extortion racket, pick up an armed robber who mistakenly returns to his crime scene, and encounter a wino who sees a pink elephant.

December 8, 1971: Assassination
Season 4, episode 11
W: Michael Donovan   D: Christian Nyby

With Charles Knox Robinson (Mark Donin), Angela Cartwright (Cindy Williams), John Lupton (Ron Taylor), Timothy Brown (Station Attendant).
Malloy and Reed are twice attacked by a sniper, pick up a blood donor at the airport, and prevent a distraught man's suicide.

December 15, 1971: The Dinosaur
Season 4, episode 12
W: Michael Donovan   D: Ozzie Nelson

With Heather North (Shirley Young), Del Monroe (Frank Young), Warren Stevens (Officer Art McCall).
A police officer who returns to duty after eight years find changes more than he can endure.

December 29, 1971: Pick-Up
Season 4, episode 13
W: J. C. Hospodar   D: James Neilson

With Barbara Hale (Bonnie Jessup), Bill Williams (William Taylor), Kathy Garver (Paula Jessup), Buddy Foster (Rusty Cobb).
While searching for a rapist suspect, Malloy and Reed discover a girl dope-peddler and her supplier after a wild chase.

January 5, 1972: Citizens All
Season 4, episode 14
W: Leo Gordon   D: James Neilson

With Vic Perrin (Everett Jones), Jo Anne Meredith (Laura Thomas), Myron Healey (Warren Jarvey), John Gallaudet (Jason Walters), Hampton Fancher (Ray).
Malloy and Reed arrest a pair of phony money passers, catch an armed robbery suspect in action and settle a disturbance.

January 12, 1972: The Princess And The Pig
Season 4, episode 15
W: Stephen J. Cannell   D: James Neilson

With Leslie Charleson (Kathy Royal), James McEachin (Lt. Moore), Bobby Troup (Michael Hayes), Michael Warren (Larry Carter), Art Balinger (Capt. Grant), Don Ross (Steel), Squire Fridell (Palmer), Kaz Garas (David Bolanz).
Reed works undercover and gets help from a dope-sick folk singer in a plot to smash a narcotics ring.

January 19, 1972: The Tip
Season 4, episode 16
W: Michael Donovan   D: Christian Nyby

With Eddie Quillan (T.J.), Larry Linville (Sgt. Brasher), Rose Marie (Woman at Bus Depot), Lawrence Levine (Bus Driver), Mark Allen (Frank Mosley), Jess Barker (Paul Carter).
Malloy and Reed don SWAT (Special Weapons Attack Team) equipment to pursue bandits using tear gas and a unique escape route after robberies.

January 26, 1972: The Parole Violator
Season 4, episode 17
W: Don Page   D: James Neilson

With Trini Lopez (Officer Hernandez), John Roper (Larry Cipriano), Carmen Zapata (Mrs. Cipriano), Russell Wiggins (Bill Morry), Hilly Hicks (Kyler Johnson), Peter Leeds (Dennis Baker), Rachel Romen (Joan Coberly).
A parole officer joins forces with Malloy and Reed as they try to keep a basketball player from using dope.

February 2, 1972: The Adoption
Season 4, episode 18
W: Leonard F. Hill   D: Christian Nyby

With Sandra Giles (Carmen Willis), Russ McCubbin (Coach Stobie), Jill Banner (Rita), Jackie Coogan (Harry Rustin), Tom Drake (Mr. Wilkinson), George Neise (Dr. Sundstrom), Don Ross (Sgt. Woods), Maidie Norman (Mary Handlin), Jimmy Lydon (Tyler), Dennis Rucker (Charley Hall).
Malloy and Reed halt a black market baby transaction and uncover a suspicious pill program at a college while investigating a burglary.

February 9, 1972: Mary Hong Loves Tommy Chen
Season 4, episode 19
W: Stephen J. Cannell   D: James Neilson

With Keye Luke (Sing Hong), Virginia Ann Lee (Mary Hong), Edward Faulkner (Sgt. Powers), Robert Patten (Det. Speer), Foster Brooks (Mr. Allen), Jo Anne Worley (Juju Perrin).
The Chinese community faces a new menace from young hoodlums who call themselves Chung Nings (Chinese Youth) and Malloy and Reed become involved when an undercover officer is shot.

February 16, 1972: Substation
Season 4, episode 20
W: Michael Donovan   D: Christian Nyby

With Frank Sinatra Jr. (Tyrone Jeffers), Francine York (Kathy Benson), Robert Dowdell (Lt. Ashton), Jed Allan (U.S. Marshal Chuck Stanton), Joe E. Tata (Noel Simmons), Lenore Stevens (Sharon Wells), Sid McCoy (Officer Carter).
Working out of the airport substation, Malloy and Reed respond to a stewardess' call for help. She is the victim of a frustrated actor who abducts her in a bizarre plot to get on TV.

February 23, 1972: Back-Up One L-20
Season 4, episode 21
W: Stephen J. Cannell   D: James Neilson

With Buddy Lester (Victor Lamson), Paul Gleason (Patrolman Arnold), Edward Faulkner (Sgt. Ed Powers), Walter Burke (Billy Fuller), Chuck Bowman (Sgt. McCall), Angela Greene (Sharon), Fred Stromsoe (Suspect).
Despite Officer Malloy's eyewitness account, four other witnesses claim a police sergeant was driving recklessly when his car struck a pedestrian.

March 1, 1972: Who Won?
Season 4, episode 22
W: Michael Donovan   D: James Neilson

With Murray MacLeod (Spider Watson), Neil Moran (Fat Charlie), Jerome Sheldon (Donny Simmons), Dick Clark (J. Benson).
Malloy and Reed, working with young hot rodders, are stymied by a theft and on-street racing just as they're about to get a track owner's cooperation.

March 8, 1972: Eyewitness
Season 4, episode 23
W: James Doherty   D: Christian Nyby

With Norm Crosby (Charlie), Allison McKay (May Owens), Mitch Carter (Terry Colvin), Jessica Jones (Mrs. Colvin), Frank DeVol (Professor Mark), Morgan Jones (Frank Slater), Tiger Williams (Gary Colvin), Louise Lorimer (Naomi Ernst), Vincent Van Lynn (Kenneth Ludlow).
Malloy and Reed get directions from a police helicopter as they pursue armed robbery suspects in a wild chase climaxed by a shootout in Griffith Park.

March 15, 1972: The Wednesday Warrior
Season 4, episode 24
W: Stephen J. Cannell   D: James Neilson

With Kathleen Lloyd (Tawnia Baker), Steve Franken (Albert Porter), Chuck Bowman (Det. Edwards), Jason Wingreen (Suspect), James Oliver (Norm Mitchell), Wink Roberts (Derek), Dale Johnson (Harvey Mortenson).
Malloy and Reed are concerned over a young reservist who draws a salty officer for his first partner and then becomes involved in a bizarre robbery investigation.

September 13, 1972: Dirt Duel
Season 5, episode 1
W: Michael Donovan   D: Carl Barth

With Micky Dolenz (Oiler), Virginia Gregg (Mrs. McKay), Keith Taylor (Mouse), Edd Byrnes (Skinner).
Officers Malloy and Reed start their fifth season by getting unexpected help in their pursuit of two purse snatchers on motorcycles.

September 20, 1972: The Late Baby
Season 5, episode 2
W: Stephen J. Cannell   D: Lawrence Dobkin

With Tina Sinatra (Marilyn Tate), Frank Sinatra Jr. (Officer Tom Boyd), Herb Vigran (Gus Archer), Stuart Nisbet (Burglar), Winnie Collins (Mrs. Fowler).
Officer Malloy dates the new girl in the steno pool, causing a fellow officer great concern. Meanwhile, he teams with partner Reed to help a flower vendor get married and apprehend two thieves operating an old racket.

September 27, 1972: Airdrop
Season 5, episode 3
W: Leo Gordon   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Cindy Eilbacher (Teri Daner), Al Martino (Paul Stocker), Joan Staley (Jenny), Ned Romero (Sgt. Marco), Chuck Bowman (Det. Edwards).
A young girl leads Malloy and Reed to a suspicious plane and jeep in the mountains.

October 4, 1972: Lost And Found
Season 5, episode 4
W: Michael Donovan   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Robert Fuller (Dr. Kelly Brackett), Julie London (Nurse Dixie McCall), Bobby Troup (Dr. Joe Early), Randolph Mantooth (Paramedic John Gage), Kevin Tighe (Paramedic Roy DeSoto), Elaine Giftos (Kathy Stephens), Fred Holliday (Jay Simmons), Nancy King (Mary Simmons), Kirby Furlong (Jimmy Simmons), Chanin Hale (Irma Baker), Diane Sherry (Sheri Baker), Milton Frome (Milton Saywer).
Officers Malloy and Reed rush a 6-year-old boy, the victim of a diabetic seizure, to Rampart Hospital, where he's placed under the care of Dr. Brackett and Nurse McCall. Then they return to the medical center with a girl who threatened suicide.

October 11, 1972: Training Wheels
Season 5, episode 5
W: Michael Donovan   D: Paul Landres

With Walt Davis (Sgt. Smith), Ann Doran (Martha), Tom Bellin (Dallas Andrews), Paul Gleason (Instructor Chuck Williams), Fred Stromsoe (Suspect), Walt Davis (Sgt. Smith).
Malloy and Reed, much to their chagrin, are assigned new type vehicles in an experiment to catch car accessory thieves.

October 25, 1972: Badge Heavy
Season 5, episode 6
W: Stephen J. Cannell   D: Robert M. Leeds

With Quinn Redeker (Officer Charlie Burnside), Jack Bailey (George Nash), Art Balinger (Capt. Grant), Steve Franken (Officer Albert Porter).
Officer Reed puts himself on the spot when he accuses a fellow officer of unnecessary cruelty to suspects.

November 1, 1972: O'Brien's Stand
Season 5, episode 7
W: Jeffrey Lewis   D: Lawrence Doheny

With Lillian Bronson (Mrs. O'Brien), Carlos Romero (Sergeant Ruben Sanchez), Murray MacLeod (Fred Hiller), Myron Healey (James Nelson).
Pete Malloy's apartment house manager pickets the police department for failure to capture a purse snatcher.

November 8, 1972: Harry Nobody
Season 5, episode 8
W: Jeffrey Lewis   D: Sam C. Freedle

With Greg Mullavey (Steve Craig), Henry Jones (Harry Craig), Robert Patten (Sgt. Benson), Anne Whitfield (Ellen Craig), Liz Renay (Dawn Patrol), Lewis Charles (Gene Ellis), Scott Garrett (Tommy Craig).
Malloy and Reed catch a killer with the aid of an unlikely witness.

November 15, 1972: The Surprise
Season 5, episode 9
W: Stephen J. Cannell   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Don Stroud (Bert Stanley), Felton Perry (Floyd Sinclair), John Goddard (Paul), Victor Campos (Officer Benson), William Wellman Jr. (Officer Snyder), Sam Edwards (Suspect).
All through the day's investigation of commercial burglaries, Malloy tells Reed that he knows the other officers are planning to give him a surprise party, and he doesn't really want one.

November 22, 1972: Vendetta
Season 5, episode 10
W: Leo Gordon   D: Sam C. Freedle

With Barbara Nichols (Janice Walker), Peter Brocco (Father Janos), John Wheeler (Wilbur), Nehemiah Persoff (Angelo Covelli).
Malloy and Reed try to prevent a vindictive man from avenging his brother's death.

December 6, 1972: The Chaser
Season 5, episode 11
W: Leo Gordon   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Bruce Gordon (Mike Dehner), Marie Windsor (Jenny), Burt Mustin (Mr. Reardon), Sandra Gould (Woman), Hilly Hicks (Timmy Colton), Chris Graham (Wally Lembeck), Gary Van Ormand (Harold Farrow).
Officers Malloy and Reed, aided by a tip from a waitress, question a private investigator who outsmarts himself.

December 13, 1972: Hot Spell
Season 5, episode 12
W: Leo Gordon   D: Lawrence Doheny

With John Lance (Dave), Joel Fluellen (Oren Johnson), Lynn Cartwright (Clare Evans), Scatman Crothers (George Strother), Leo Gordon (Carl Carney), Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. (Fred Tosca), Russell Wiggins (Jerry Bannerman).
Malloy and Reed look for a missing cyclist and become suspicious of a front-yard sale.

December 20, 1972: Gifts And Long Letters
Season 5, episode 13
W: Don Rico   D: Harry Harris

With Don Ross (Paul Seever), Leslie Parrish (Sharon Blake), Carlos Romero (Detective Sanchez), Sammy Jackson (Tony Fallon), Mark Miller (Tom Dunne), Leonard Stone (Phil Peters).
A woman's suicide attempt and her note to a former racketeer plunge Malloy and Reed into one of their most baffling investigations.

January 10, 1973: Clear With A Civilian (1)
Season 5, episode 14
W: Stephen J. Cannell   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Penny Santon (Mary Maxwell), Juanita Moore (Commissioner Dixon), Robert Donner (Harry Rustin), Peggy Rea (Sandra Quillan), Marc Hannibal (Officer Carter), Anthony Eldridge (Roy Wilson).
Officers Malloy and Reed apprehend a gun-wielding pedestrian, a man with a knife, and Malloy gets a surprise.

January 17, 1973: Clear With A Civilian (2)
Season 5, episode 15
W: Stephen J. Cannell   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Rose Marie (Jean Wagner), Juanita Moore (Commissioner Dixon), Burt Mustin (Fred Tiller), Anthony Eldridge (Roy Wilson), Claudio Martinez (John Hagen), William Wellman Jr. (Officer Snyder), Cay Forester (Diane Stanley), Michael Bonita (John Benjamin).
Malloy and Reed are assigned to take the new woman police commissioner on night watch patrol. In the process they check out a wino, prevent a street riot and chase a deaf youth who stole a car.

January 24, 1973: Citizen's Arrest - 484
Season 5, episode 16
W: Robert I. Holt   D: Sam C. Freedle

With Robert DoQui (Elword Staff), Pamela Jones (Jessie Gaynor), Doug Johnson (Jack Gaynor), Byron Bradley (Dave Parlow), Kim Hamilton (Mrs. Hardy).
An off-duty patrolman's arrest of a woman shoplifter at a supermarket leads Malloy and Reed into a tragic chain of events.

January 31, 1973: The Beast
Season 5, episode 17
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Robert M. Leeds

With Donna Douglas (Nina Draper), Lennie Weinrib (Tony), Marty Ingels (David Harwood), John Gallaudet (Ralph Peterson), Lenore Stevens (Casey Marshall), Todd Martin (Gus Osgood), Alberto Morin (John Mendoza).
Malloy and Reed have a patrol that's a combination of beauty and the beast. The beauty is a woman who reports a prowler and the "beast" is a continually malfunctioning vehicle they are forced to drive.

February 7, 1973: Killing Ground
Season 5, episode 18
W: Stephen J. Cannell   D: Lawrence Doheny

With Joy Bang (Susan Danhart), John Davis Chandler (Steve Deal), Michael Richardson (Norm Landon).
While checking out a camper on the highway, Malloy and Reed are conned by the two occupants, who have robbed a company and shot the guard.

February 14, 1973: Night Watch
Season 5, episode 19
W: Leo Gordon   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Tol Avery (Arch B. Warren), Charles Lampkin (Johnson), Carlos Romero (Detective Sanchez), Keefe Brasselle (George Baker).
Officers Malloy and Reed have a busy night which culminates in three tragedies, and meanwhile Reed's sales resistance is tested by a used car dealer.

February 21, 1973: Suspended
Season 5, episode 20
W: Leonard F. Hill   D: Sam C. Freedle

With Don Dubbins (Officer Tyson), Jay Hammer (Young Man), Ray Ballard (Grocery Checker), Chuck Bowman (Range Commander), Byron Keith (Deputy Chief), Dale Johnson (Deputy Chief), Ron Henriquez (Scorer), Steve Conte (Ambulance Attendant).
Officer Reed is suspended when a dying unarmed man and another witness accuse him of the shooting.

February 28, 1973: A Fool And His Money
Season 5, episode 21
W: Webb Richard Marris   D: Sam C. Freedle

With Regis Toomey (Billy Heckman), Lurene Tuttle (Mary O'Ryan), David White (J.T. McGrath), Don 'Red' Barry (Wino), Ken Renard (Jimmy Lee).
Officer Malloy's day is marked by dodging bullets -- when he goes after a sniper in a parking building -- and advice on how to spend $10,000 he won in a contest.

March 7, 1973: Anatomy Of A 415
Season 5, episode 22
W: Jeff Kanter   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Jed Allan (John Spencer), Milton Frome (Arthur Cosgrove), Norm Crosby (Don Simpson), Eve Brent (Helen Spencer), Jean Allison (Louise Spencer), Jimmy Cross (Oliver Durkson), Christopher Gardner (Larry Spencer).
Officers Malloy and Reed receive several calls to the same home on a disturbing the peace complaint which culminates in tragedy for a family.

March 14, 1973: Keeping Tabs
Season 5, episode 23
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Lawrence Doheny

With Pat Buttram (Drunk), Sean Kelly (Bill MacDonald), E.A. Sirianni (Caruso), Ta-Tanisha (Lizzie), Cinque Attucks (Sammy), Louise Lorimer (Gert), Nathaniel Taylor (Joe), Ben Frommer (Gerald Wilson).
Officer Malloy helps a fellow policeman bridge the generation gap with his son, and Reed gives some pointers to an inebriated traffic director.

March 21, 1973: Easy Rap
Season 5, episode 24
W: Michael Donovan   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Joe Kapp (Joe Mitchell), Catherine Burns (Sandy Rice), Florence Lake (Millicent Anderson), Joe E. Tata (Frank Ducas), Robert Clarke (Dan Johnson), Damon Douglas (Lou Trask).
Legal rulings which seem to protect criminals frustrate Officers Malloy and Reed: a former dope addict claims that a pusher killed her boyfriend with heroin, and wealth and a smart lawyer set up a tragic end for a car thief.

September 12, 1973: Harbor Division
Season 6, episode 1
W: Bryan Joseph   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Jayne Meadows (Ida Huntington), G.D. Spradlin (Joe Johnson), Johnny Silver (Cookie), Charles McGraw (Rod Decker), Al Checco (Mr. Stewart), Don Diamond (Sailor).
The sixth season starts with officers Malloy and Reed investigating a credit card fraud in the harbor area and, in the process, getting an astrology lesson from a believer.

September 19, 1973: Rampart Division: The Senior Citizens
Season 6, episode 2
W: David H. Vowell   D: Lawrence Doheny

With Bill Quinn (George Foster), Ian Wolfe (Mr. Morton), Elizabeth Kerr (Mrs. Baker), Carmen Zapata (Maria Lopez).
Malloy and Reed, during a tour of duty in the Rampart Division, discover that crime respects no age or race.

September 26, 1973: Foothill Division: Mac's Boots
Season 6, episode 3
W: Leo Gordon   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With Rod Cameron (Henry Komac), Joe Kapp (Johnny Bearkiller), Jack De Mave (Walt Jeffries), Don 'Red' Barry (Mr. Hobbs), Army Archerd (Reporter).
The Wild West still seems alive as Malloy and Reed take to the hills on horseback to track thieves.

October 3, 1973: West Valley Division
Season 6, episode 4
W: Alf Harris   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With Stacy Keach Sr. (Tom Holmes), Robert Weaver (Kenny Rule), Norman Alden (Charley Baker), Peggy Webber (Mrs. Rule), Bob Hastings (Ed Mason), Barbara Nichols (Elizabeth Mitchell).
Motorcycles cause trouble and a police helicopter aids Officers Malloy and Reed during their tour of duty in the West Valley Division.

October 10, 1973: Venice Division
Season 6, episode 5
W: Robert I. Holt   D: Lawrence Doheny

With Larry Hovis (Art Phillips), Edy Williams (Tammy Warren), Laurette Spang (Carla Rogers), Bill Vint (Ted Hunter), Dabbs Greer (Dave Carlson), Marc Hannibal (Officer Deacon), Alice Backes (Woman).
Officers Malloy and Reed refuse to be duped by a press agent who parades his lovely client nude on the beach.

October 24, 1973: Hot Shot
Season 6, episode 6
W: Leo Gordon   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With Jed Allan (Reno West), Lurene Tuttle (Iris Kelly), Raymond Mayo (George Dixon), Dee Carroll (Mrs. Dixon), Mia Bendixsen (Donna Dixon), Jack Manning (Bill Porter).
A teenage robber challenges officers Malloy and Reed; a distraught father holds his own daughter hostage at gunpoint.

October 31, 1973: Van Nuys Division: Pete's Mustache
Season 6, episode 7
W: Leo Gordon   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Penny Santon (Woman Shoplifter), Priscilla Pointer (Jacqueline Carey), Eve McVeagh (Margaret Willis), Sidney Miller (Marvin Weber).
The crash of a light plane interrupts Officer Reed's joshing about Malloy's new moustache.

November 7, 1973: Training Division: The Rookie
Season 6, episode 8
W: Michael Donovan   D: Kenneth Johnson

With Arthur Peterson (Elwood Thompson), Joe E. Tata (Craig Hanawald), John Elerick (George Barrett), William Elliott (Officer Grant), Don Ross (Investigator Kincaid), Alfred Shelly (Jake).
A police trainee fumbles during a bank robbery and again when a bomber is sniffed out by a dog.

November 14, 1973: Capture
Season 6, episode 9
W: Leo Gordon   D: Lawrence Doheny

With Virginia Gregg (Diane Cooper), Jed Allan (Reno West), Lyle Talbot (Avery Dawson), Maidie Norman (Ethel May).
Capturing a huge, angry dog proves easier for Officers Malloy and Reed than trapping an elusive burglar.

November 21, 1973: Hollywood Division
Season 6, episode 10
W: Preston Wood   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Marie Windsor (Carolyn Halsman), Roger Torrey (Lt. Edwards), Robert Donner (T.J.), Sondra Currie (Betty Edwards), Kim Hamilton (Mrs. Anderson), Marc Hannibal (Officer Deacon), Anne Whitfield (Mary King).
A new radio telephone operator intrigues Malloy with her voice and frustrates Reed with strange street names.

December 5, 1973: Northeast Division
Season 6, episode 11
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Andrew Stevens (Rod Foreman), Johnny Whitaker (Eddie Roberts), E.J. Andre (Alex Mardigian), Ronnie Schell (Henry Klemp), Ruth Price (Mary Jackson), Dorothy Neumann (Mrs. Wilson).
A lonely boy frightens people in his new neighborhood with his antics on a minibike.

December 12, 1973: If The Shoe Fits
Season 6, episode 12
W: Jim Carlson   D: Lawrence Doheny

With Irene Tedrow (Wanda Curtis), Dick Wilson (Louis Nelson), Murray MacLeod (Virgil Watkins), Moosie Drier (Dennis Wingard), Doug Johnson (Peter Young).
Officer Reed is kidded by his buddy Malloy because of his squeaky shoes.

December 19, 1973: Southwest Division
Season 6, episode 13
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Lawrence Doheny

With Peter Brocco (Andre Pochek), Dick Bass (Ed Jackson), Herb Vigran (Sam Conrad), Allison McKay (Doris Sutton), Gloria Manon (Joan Renfro), Fred Holliday (Ernest Fields), Lillian Bronson (Edna Digby), Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. (Antonio Sanchez).
Malloy buys a painting from a street artist whose permit has expired, only to be kidded by his partner, Reed; a father has good reason to break into a gumball machine.

January 9, 1974: The Sweet Smell
Season 6, episode 14
W: Jim Carlson   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Sheila Bromley (Myrna Huffman), Stuart Nisbet (Rev. Sherman), George Chandler (George Atchison), Olan Soule (Vernon Barber), Lennie Weinrib (Tony).
A spilled bottle of perfume in their squad car signals a bad day for Officers Malloy and Reed when everyone notices the odor.

January 15, 1974: Trouble In The Bank
Season 6, episode 15
W: Jerry Thomas   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Leo Gordon (Cleve), Thomas Bellin (Wes), Chuck Bowman (Lt. Andrews), Edward Colmans (Dr. Elliot).
Officer Reed walks into a bank to make a car payment and finds himself a handcuffed hostage of two ruthless robbers.

January 22, 1974: North Hollywood Division
Season 6, episode 16
W: Leonard B. Kaufman   D: Lawrence Doheny

With William Campbell (Joe Dugan), Vic Perrin (Abner Hempel), Virginia Vincent (Sheila Turman), Johnny Haymer (Jim Brock), James Rosin (Daniel Wilson), Chanin Hale (Helen Dugan).
Officer Malloy becomes the subject for a magazine article and the writer in none other than his partner.

January 29, 1974: Taking It Easy
Season 6, episode 17
W: Robert Schlitt   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Kip Niven (Officer Phillips), Barney Phillips (Officer Smith), Claude Johnson (Officer Brinkman), William Elliott (Officer Grant), John Gallaudet (Old Man), Kirby Furlong (David), Edward Faulkner (Investigator Powers).
Officer Malloy draws a police rookie as a partner when Reed gets desk duty at the station, where a bomb threat is received.

February 5, 1974: Krash
Season 6, episode 18
W: C.W. Noel   D: Lawrence Doheny

With William Elliott (Officer Grant), Russell Thorson (John Evans), Jodean Russo (Elmira), Alma Platt (Flora Martin), Sarah Selby (Mrs. Evans), Don Ross (Investigator Martin), Ron Henriquez (Geronimo), Pepe Hern (Jesse Rodriguez).
Malloy's new car is hit when he and Reed get out to pursue a purse snatcher.

February 12, 1974: Routine Patrol: The Drug Store Cowboys
Season 6, episode 19
W: Leo Gordon   D: Hollingsworth Morse

With Robert DoQui (Al Guinn), Buddy Lester (Neil), Bill Williams (Fred Wheeler), Jo Anne Meredith (Jessica Miles), Jim B. Smith (Dave Moss).
Four youths steal a car loaded with guns and ammunition and go on a robbery and shooting spree.

February 19, 1974: Sunburn
Season 6, episode 20
W: Bryan Joseph   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Alice Backes (Estelle Graybill), Paul Picerni (Bill Johnson), Pamela Hensley (Nurse), Dick Whittingill (Mr. Hayes), Thomas A. Geas (Theodore Gunderson).
Officers Malloy and Reed help victims of an accident, stop a car with phony plates and rescue two boys from drowning, all while Reed deals with a nasty sunburn.

February 26, 1974: Skywatch (1)
Season 6, episode 21
W: Leo Gordon   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Jack Hogan (Lt. Benson), James W. Gavin (Officer Mills), William Stevens (Officer Walters), Claude Johnson (Officer Brinkman).
Officers Malloy and Reed begin a one-week special duty assignment with Air Support Division from a police helicopter, tracking down a homicide suspect.

March 5, 1974: Skywatch (2)
Season 6, episode 22
W: Leo Gordon   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Jack Hogan (Lt. Benson), James W. Gavin (Officer Mills), William Stevens (Officer Walters), Claude Johnson (Officer Brinkman), Sam Edwards (Harvey Pollard), Julie Bennett (Ethel Pollard).
Reed and Malloy continue to observe the Air-70 helicopter patrol, then the officers split up to pursue a stolen light aircraft.

March 12, 1974: L.A. International
Season 6, episode 23
W: Walter Black   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With Len Wayland (Sgt. Porter), Eve Brent (Mrs. Wheatley), Tina Cole (Jody Drake), Michael Warren (Marine), Scott Garrett (Keith Wheatley), Jordan Rhodes (Paul Franklin).
Temporary duty at L.A. International Airport involves officers Malloy and Reed in a number of pursuits ranging from a parking lot theft to a runaway boy.

March 13, 1974: Clinic On Eighteenth Street
Season 6, episode 24
W: Joseph Calvelli   D: Jack Webb

With Ed Nelson (Abe Strayhorn), Frank Sinatra Jr. (Gino Bardi), Dick Haymes (Dr. Gantman), Virginia Gregg (Miss Brown), Sharon Gless (Lynn Carmichael), Virginia Vincent (Marion Fenton), Dawn Lyn (Maggie Fenton), Kenneth Tobey (Don Bates), Burt Mustin (Jud Peterson), Rose Ann Deel (Maddie), Len Wayland (Art Wilson).
Tonight's episode is a special program developed as a pilot for a potential new series. The body of a man wearing an "oscillator belt" prompts an investigation into medical fraud when examination proves he died from diabetic shock.

September 24, 1974: Camp (1)
Season 7, episode 1
W: Arnold Somkin   D: Dennis Donnelly

With June Lockhart (Mrs. Whitney), Johnny Rodriguez (Driver), Lee H. Montgomery (Greg Whitney), Ronnie Schell (Jack Hofstead), John Steadman (Old Man).
As the seventh season opens, Officers Malloy and Reed apprehend a juvenile in a robbery, and after the first-offender is released, it is discovered that he has a record under an alias.

October 1, 1974: Camp (2)
Season 7, episode 2
W: Arnold Somkin   D: Dennis Donnelly

With June Lockhart (Mrs. Whitney), Lee H. Montgomery (Greg Whitney), Bob Seagren (Himself), Sean Kelly (Tim), Buck Young (Sgt. Willard), Randy Whipple (Rod).
Bob Seagren, former Olympic pole vault champion, appears in a cameo role as a volunteer coach at a summer boys' camp where a delinquent youth resists authority.

October 8, 1974: Teamwork
Season 7, episode 3
W: Jerry Thomas   D: Lawrence Doheny

With William Elliott (Officer Grant), Jean Allison (Elaine Rogers), Eric Shea (Gary Rogers), Peter Leeds (George Porter), William Bramley (Fred Culligan), Doug Johnson (Investigator Strickland), Patricia Rainier (Flora Bingham).
Officers Malloy and Reed become suspicious when the same witness shows up at two different traffic accidents.

October 22, 1974: Roll Call
Season 7, episode 4
W: Walter Dallenbach   D: Norman Abbott

With Alfred Shelly (Stu), Rose Ann Deel (Marie), Stephen McHattie (Skip), Allison McKay (Ruth), Paul Micale (Mario).
Tension mounts after an unidentified officer reports shots fired but does not or is not able to give his name or location.

October 29, 1974: Suspect Number One
Season 7, episode 5
W: Leo Gordon   D: Hollingsworth Morse

With Frank Aletter (Harry Morrison), Don 'Red' Barry (Charlie Bishop), Natalie Masters (Georgina Ryan), Jimmy Lydon (Harvey Shore).
Malloy and Reed follow up on a man who claims he wants to go home -- back to prison -- and pulls a job to prove it.

November 12, 1974: Point Of View
Season 7, episode 6
W: Leo Gordon   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With Pat Cranshaw (Mr. Ferguson), Freda Jones (Mrs. Ferguson), Howard Culver (Manager), Claude Johnson (Officer Brinkman).
Officers Malloy and Reed play a dangerous cat-and-mouse game with two holdup men who hold a girl hostage on the roof of a market.

November 19, 1974: Lady Beware
Season 7, episode 7
W: William Keenan   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Beth Brickell (Sgt. Tyler), Eric Shea (Donny), Don Diamond (Clerk), Lee Paul (Rapist Suspect), John Furlong (Bar Comic).
A series of attacks on teenage girls teams officers Malloy and Reed with Sgt. Gloria Tyler in a search for the culprit.

December 3, 1974: Excessive Force
Season 7, episode 8
W: R.J. Wagar   D: Lawrence Doheny

With Paul Gleason (John Suntor), Sandy Kenyon (Jack Tennison), Art Gilmore (Capt. Moore), Elizabeth Kerr (Lady), Joan Freeman (Mrs. Suntor), Arnold F. Turner (Officer Snyder).
When a 6-year-old girl is reported missing, officers Malloy and Reed make a house-to-house check.

December 10, 1974: Alcohol
Season 7, episode 9
W: William Keenan   D: Hollingsworth Morse

With Dick Van Patten (Harry Curtis), Vito Scotti (Charley Prender), Jim B. Smith (Investigator Johnson), Beulah Quo (Mrs. Tohito), Peggy Mondo (Stacy), Harry Harvey (Reverend), Tracey Lee (Susan Tohito).
A drunk's antics appear to be harmless and comical until he ends up in a tragic accident.

December 17, 1974: Credit Risk
Season 7, episode 10
W: Sidney Morse   D: Hollingsworth Morse

With Bert Holland (Mr. Gatlin), Willie Aames (Billy Ray Roberts), Raymond Mayo (Suspect), Gigi Perreau (Iris Cooley), Johana De Winter (Mrs. Dwight).
More thorough investigations result when Officer Reed is mistakenly listed as a bad credit risk.

December 24, 1974: Christmas
Season 7, episode 11
W: James Bonnet   D: Norman Abbott

With Marty Ingels (Siphoner), Wallace Rooney (George Atkinson), Richard Balin (Raymond), Joseph Mell (Sam).
Guest Marty Ingels adds comic relief during a rather bleak holiday patrol for Officers Malloy and Reed.

January 14, 1975: Pot Shot
Season 7, episode 12
W: Carl Jamesson   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Amzie Strickland (Mrs. Altoff), Paul Lukather (Dave Morris), Doug Johnson (Investigator Strickland), Stephen Manley (Mark Morris), John Elerick (Student), Dorothy Konrad (Thelma Dyer), Paul Factor (Tom Hartrum).
An off-duty errand to the laundromat involves Malloy in a dispute over dryers found to contain pillow cases filled with marijuana.

January 21, 1975: Grand Theft Auto
Season 7, episode 13
W: Leo Gordon   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With Leo Gordon (Ken Quinlan), Gil Serna (Jerry Delaney), Dianne Harper (Tara Wheeler), Tony Giorgio (Mike Funicello), K.T. Stevens (Ethel Smith), Alyscia Maxwell (Mrs. Corley).
An auto theft arouses officers Malloy and Reed's suspicions that a wrecking yard is stealing cars to sell as scrap metal overseas.

January 28, 1975: Victim Of The Crime
Season 7, episode 14
W: Walter Dallenbach   D: Hollingsworth Morse

With Amy Milner (Debbie McMahon), Jim B. Smith (Investigator Johnson), Stanley Adams (Sid), Julie Bennett (Angie Byrd), Rose Ann Deel (Waitress), Dorothy Neumann (Louise Hammond).
The daughter of a wounded shopkeeper criticizes Officer Reed for allowing one of a pair of robbers to escape.

February 4, 1975: Pressure Point
Season 7, episode 15
W: J. Rickley Dumm   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Warren Munson (Ernie Samson), Robert Pratt (Don Allen), Robert DoQui (Mr. Flint), Charles Lampkin (Henry Ward), Pamela Jones (Mrs. Wellman), Lee Weaver (Neighbor).
A nervous recruit hides the fact he's a stutterer until his impediment endangers the lives of his fellow officers.

February 18, 1975: Lady's Night
Season 7, episode 16
W: William Keenan   D: David Nelson

With Aneta Corsaut (Judy), Kristin Nelson (Jean Reed), William Elliott (Officer Grant), Erica Hagen (Lorna Langstrom), Len Wayland (Henry Thompson), Russell Wiggins (Andrews), John Gilgreen (Kringer).
Officer Malloy and his girlfriend invite Reed and his wife to join them for dinner and a night on the town. The dinner turns into a policeman's pursuit when Reed witnesses a gas station holdup.

March 4, 1975: Citizen With Gun
Season 7, episode 17
W: Walter Dallenbach   D: Christian Nyby

With Hank Brandt (Officer Brady), John Sebastian (Teddy Gray), Steve Stafford (Randy Peters), John Morgan Evans (Carl Boyer), Michele Noval (Sarah Boyer).
A nervous homeowner nearly shoots Officer Wells after reporting a prowler on his premises.

March 11, 1975: Follow Up
Season 7, episode 18
W: Leo Gordon   D: Joseph Pevney

With James Rosin (Jerry Wilks), Stacy Keach Sr. (Mr. Barker), Rod Cameron (Martin Broule), Royal Dano (Walter Covey), Johnny Silver (Sam), Doris Dowling (Mrs. Jamison), John Dennis (Carl Vorac).
Officers look for a "rustler" after the owner of a riding academy is accused of horse stealing.

March 18, 1975: Suicide
Season 7, episode 19
W: Brian Taggert   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Ronne Troup (Dee Hawkins), Sheila Bromley (Grace Robertson), Milton Frome (Apartment Manager), Tom Drake (Douglas Hanley), Walker Edmiston (Hutton), Armand Alzamora (Clinic Administrator).
Malloy and Reed are assigned to find a man who has threatened to end his life.

March 25, 1975: Operation Action
Season 7, episode 20
W: David H. Vowell   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Kristen McCord (Debra), Jim B. Smith (Investigator Johnson), Pepe Serna (Roger Foster), David Pritchard (Harv Carlton), Nick Pellegrino (Hal), Liberty Williams (Lisa).
Kristen McCord (daughter of series star Kent McCord) appears as a witness to the kidnapping of Officer Malloy.

April 1, 1975: Gus Corbin
Season 7, episode 21
W: Leo Gordon   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Mark Harmon (Officer Gus Corbin), Lynn Cartwright (Jan Cartwright), Robert Forward (George Cassidy), Kathy Coleman (Dora Cartwright), Anthony Eldridge (Suspect), R.F. Benson (Thomas Bryden).
A new recruit is assigned as Reed's temporary partner when Malloy takes a desk assignment.

April 29, 1975: Dana Hall
Season 7, episode 22
W: William Keenan   D: Hollingsworth Morse

With Jo Ann Pflug (Officer Dana Hall), Marla Adams (Mildred Bell), Barry Miller (Tom Bell).
Women's lib hits the Los Angeles precinct when feminine officer Dana Hall dons pants and a billy club and joins her masculine co-workers on the beat.

May 13, 1975: Something Worth Dying For (1)
Season 7, episode 23
W: David H. Vowell   D: Hollingsworth Morse

With Kristin Nelson (Jean Reed), Sian Barbara Allen (Sparky), Norman Alden (Sgt. Hardwick), Virginia Gregg (Matron), Bob Delegall (Officer Marks).
Reed is torn by the futility of his job and his wife's urging to leave the force after he risks his life to save Malloy during a gun battle.

May 20, 1975: Something Worth Dying For (2)
Season 7, episode 24
W: David H. Vowell, S.H. Barnett   D: Hollingsworth Morse

With Kristin Nelson (Jean Reed), Aneta Corsaut (Judy), Art Balinger (Emcee), Janear Hines (Kate Gordon), Virginia Field (Helen Newton), Edward M. Davis (Chief of Police), Kimberly Beck (Jo Anne Thompson), Chuck Bowman (Harold Thompson).
Back on patrol after recovering from gunshot wounds, Malloy learns Reed is considering taking the investigator's exam, which would mean a desk job. Responding to a robbery, the officers discover the stolen property had been purchased "hot" originally. (Last show of the series.)

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