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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Baretta' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'Baretta':


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

January 17, 1975: He'll Never See Daylight Again
Season 1, episode 1
W: Stephen J. Cannell   D: Bernard L. Kowalski

With George Loros (Charles Ballfour), Andrew Prine (Andy Scanlon), Madlyn Rhue (Sharon Fowler), Joseph Mascolo (Frank Cassell), Art Aragon (Gallegas), Lew Brown (Sgt. Tom), Timothy Carey (Matty Trifon), Lou Tiano (Dominick), Angelo Grisanti (Laskey).
New police drama series, based on last season's "Toma". Robert Blake stars in his first series as an unorthodox police detective. In the first show, he vows vengeance on the underworld boss who has had his girlfriend killed.

January 24, 1975: The Five And A Half Pound Junkie
Season 1, episode 2
W: Peter S. Fischer   D: Don Medford

With Ayn Ruymen (Sue Lee), Sarah Cunningham (Jessie Perino), Rudolph Willrich (Randy Cole), Mario Roccuzzo (Joey Perino), James Louis Watkins (Abe Polo), Simmy Bow (Lowell Petrie), Mike Lieberman (Police Captain), Richard Branda (Koppleman), Harry Caesar (Cliff Johnson), Victor Argo (Deacon), Gerrit Graham (Rich Parrish), Allan Oliney (Royal Curtis).
An old friend of Baretta's is killed and he has to take care of the widow, who is both pregnant and addicted to heroin, while he searches for the murderer.

January 31, 1975: Woman In The Harbor
Season 1, episode 3
W: Robert I. Holt, Don Balluck   D: Bernard L. Kowalski

With Bill McKinney (Daniel Greach), Ann Coleman (Virginia Marriott), Carole Cook (Mrs. Marriott), Ron Soble (Carl Brazil), Brock Peters (John Shockley), Ed Lauter (Ed Borgere), Helen Funai (Kim), Gina Alvarado (Maid).
When Baretta investigates the supposed death of a girl, he fears she is alive, but has disappeared. He then tries to get help from a police lieutenant to find the girl but meets with a strange reluctance.

February 7, 1975: If You Can't Pay The Price
Season 1, episode 4
W: John Thomas James, Tony Morgan   D: Bernard L. Kowalski

With John Marley (Louis Durone), Jan Merlin (Slater), Danny Goldman (Harrow), Gene LeBell (Driver), Roy Jenson (Patsy), Dick Durock (Kogan), Larry Goldman (Doctor), Harold Fong (Servant), Ref Sanchez (Gateman), Val Bisoglio (Pete Skalare), Bert Santos (Mola).
A close relationship develops between Baretta and a "godfather" who is trying to retire, but is involved in one last shipment of narcotics.

February 14, 1975: Half A Million Dollar Baby
Season 1, episode 5
W: Philip DeGuere   D: Michael Schultz

With Ann Prentiss (Annie), Marc Alaimo (Slit), Richard Ward (Santine), Lonny Stevens (Mattie), Lee Anthony (Internal Affairs Man), Robert Nadder (Green), Arlene Farber (Mimi).
Baretta's life and reputation as an honest cop are almost destroyed by a beautiful photographer who uses him without his knowledge to steal $500,000.

February 28, 1975: Ragtime Billy Peaches
Season 1, episode 6
W: Don Carlos Dunaway   D: Bernard L. Kowalski

With Belinda Balaski (Nicole), Meg Foster (Lola), Sonny Shields (Pete), Marnell McCall (Nun), Ed McCready (Priest), Alice Allyn (Woman), Barbara Leigh (Karen Dennison), Eddie Barth (Al Velance), Richard A. Dysart (Wilmont Harmond).
Tony gets involved in a bewildering case when the body of a powerful attorney's wife is found and he learns she has no recorded background before the time she was 20. Her college records also have disappeared and as there are signs she may not be the attorney's wife after all.

March 7, 1975: The Coppelli Oath
Season 1, episode 7
W: Michael Butler   D: Don Medford

With George DiCenzo (Sal Bodine), Kathleen Beller (Carla), Tony Charnota (Coxie), Michael Lembeck (Phil Coppelli), John Friedrich (Niki Coppelli), L. Randy Martin (Parky), Jason Ronard (Chisel), Lew Palter (Grover), Michael Goodrow (Mike), Marie Lillo (Mrs. Coppelli), Joe Stefano, Richard Cox (Pogo).
When Baretta unwillingly kills a young dope pusher in a shootout, the man's younger brother then vows to kill the detective.

March 14, 1975: Walk Like You Talk
Season 1, episode 8
W: Michael Butler   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Fred Sadoff (Karp), Conrad Janis (Latour), Anitra Ford (Cecilia), Michael Parks (Scotty), Sharon Cintron (Mimi), John Ward (Foley), Lee De Broux (Joe Pascale), Carl Gottlieb (Dave Ursillo), Clifford David (Roger Simon), Julio Medina (Neurosurgeon), E.A. Sirianni (Fish), Albert Able (Deputy Sheriff), Patrick Culliton (Lawyer).
Tony Baretta and his unorthodox way of working come under the scrutiny of a police investigating committee after a fellow policeman is caught attempting to steal $40,000 in payoff money.

April 2, 1975: The Mansion
Season 1, episode 9
W: Philip DeGuere   D: Bernard L. Kowalski

With George Loros (Bass), Chris Holter (Caroline), Ingeborg Sorensen (Heidi), Kelley Miles (Marie), Eugene Peterson (McCarthy), John Sylvester White (Jimmy Fingers), Eddie Fontaine (Shooter), Allyn Ann McLerie (Madame Shima), John Durren (Bubba), Sondra Blake (Candy), Frank Christi (Frank), Art Metrano (Corey).
Baretta impersonates a nightclub emcee and disguises himself as a little old lady to investigate the slaying of an undercover policewoman.

April 9, 1975: Keep Your Eye On The Sparrow
Season 1, episode 10
W: Paul Magistretti   D: Don Medford

With Sharon Cintron (Mimi), Shep Sanders (Priest), Ian Sander (George), Marcus J. Grapes (Defense Attorney), Will Hare (Haskins), Mary Wilcox (Corinne), Richmond F. Johns (Judge), Gene Krischer (Andy).
Tony Baretta is saddened when he begins to suspect that a modern-day Robin Hood plaguing his neighborhood might be Willy, his good and hard working retarded friend.

April 16, 1975: The Secret Of Terry Lake
Season 1, episode 11
W: Philip DeGuere   D: Russ Mayberry

With Sharon Cintron (Mimi), John Ward (Foley), Rickey Johnson (Tommy), Allan Rich (Joe the Hammer), Norman Cole (Ryan), Margot Kidder (Terry Lake), Joe Santos (George Marcos), M. Emmet Walsh (Potter), Nicholas Colasanto (Danelle), Alice Allyn (Alice), Don Carrara (Garcia).
Baretta comes to believe that a mobster is being framed for the murder of his boss, when the man's girlfriend is too scared to confirm his alibi.

April 30, 1975: This Ain't My Bag
Season 1, episode 12
W: Paul Magistretti   D: Jerry London

With John Ward (Foley), June Smaney (Rosie), Sharon Cintron (Mimi), Keene Curtis (Eric Metz), Maggie Sullivan (Catherine Ellison), Joseph George (Coroner), Maida Severn (Dowager), Arnold Turner (Policeman), Alice Allyn (Alice), Granville Van Dusen (George Parsons), Michael Murphy (Mike Parsons), Fritzi Burr (Mrs. Schwartz), Matilda Calnan (Mrs. Stark).
Sent to posh Mount Chester to find a beautiful and rich young missing woman, Tony Baretta discovers the flowers are about the only things which really smell sweet in the exclusive suburb and yearns for his regular beat on the city's seamy streets.





September 10, 1975: The Good-Bye Orphan Annie Blues
Season 2, episode 1
W: Paul Magistretti   D: Bernard L. Kowalski

With Kim Darby (Anne), Barbara Baldavin (April), Paul Williams (Sandy), Norman Burton (Councilman), Al Ruscio (Leader), Robert Ray Sutton (Breezy).
Beginning its first full season, Baretta becomes more and more aware that his close friend and helper may be the person selling the dope which is causing a series of overdose deaths in the city.

September 17, 1975: The Glory Game
Season 2, episode 2
W: Michael Butler   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Sharon Cintron (Mimi), Harris Yulin (Detective Grissom), Angus Duncan (Deputy Commissioner Van Der Meer), Al Stellone (Chico), Bill McKinney (Tobias), Chick Vennera (Rudolfo Cruz), Joe Renteria (Joe Molina).
Tony Baretta is framed for the murder of a suspected gun dealer and becomes a fugitive to clear his name.

September 24, 1975: On The Road
Season 2, episode 3
W: Michael Butler   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Gary Busey (Puckett), Mackenzie Phillips (Mindy), Strother Martin (Duke).
After a routine arrest of a runaway girl, Tony Baretta is trapped by two desperados and forced to help them escape.

October 1, 1975: Nobody In A Nothing Place
Season 2, episode 4
W: Robert Van Scoyk, Jack Turley   D: Arnold Laven

With Sharon Cintron (Mimi), John Ward (Foley), Richard Kennedy (Carl Hopkins), Mitchell Ryan ('Bax' Baxter), Terry Kiser (Skip), Janet Baldwin (Tina), Don 'Red' Barry (Eddie), Pearl Shear (Mrs. Bronsky), Beth Porter (Dorene), Maurice Kowalewski (Stein).
When an important conventioneer is gunned down, Tony Baretta discovers his main witness is a man who has dropped out of society and doesn't want to get involved.

October 8, 1975: The Fire Man
Season 2, episode 5
W: Gregory Tiefer   D: Ted Post

With Hector Elizondo (Jerry Damon), Sharon Cintron (Mimi), John Ward (Foley), Patch Mackenzie (Brunette), Lincoln Kilpatrick (Jefferson Hayes), Bart Burns (Colonel Parrish).
Tony Baretta enlists the aid of a friend who is an expert arson investigator when several explosive fires remain a mystery.

October 15, 1975: Double Image
Season 2, episode 6
W: Greg Tiefer   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With John Ward (Foley), Susan Tyrrell (Pamela), John A. Zee (Jonas Dale), Louise Hoven (Waitress), John Kerry (Steve Desmond), Charles Napier (Whitey), Georgio Tozzi (Minetti), Claude Earl Jones (Officer Henderson), Jack Colvin (Sam Gowen).
Working undercover on the docks to solve a series of mysterious slayings, Baretta becomes involved with a beautiful young waitress who may want to destroy him.

October 22, 1975: Photography By John Doe
Season 2, episode 7
W: Jeff Spielman, Michael Simpson   D: Bernard L. Kowalski

With Hector Elias (Hector Santos), Lazaro Perez (Juan Lacayo), Brock Peters (Judson B. Taylor), Wallace Rooney (Father Quinn), Art Aragon (Mendoza), Constance Pfeiffer (Rosa).
The death of a retired policeman leads Baretta to investigate a long-term alliance between a mobster and a judge.

October 29, 1975: Set Up City
Season 2, episode 8
W: Michael Butler   D: Curtis Harrington

With Charles Durning (Jake Hatch), Sharon Cintron (Mimi), John Ward (Foley), Timothy Carey (Joe Dineen), Don Keefer (Phillips), Richard Cox (Detective Josephson), Kario Salem (Angel), Larry D. Mann (T-Bone).
To solve a series of jewel robberies, Baretta trusts an ex-convict who may be double-crossing him.

November 5, 1975: A Bite Of The Apple
Season 2, episode 9
W: Paul Magistretti, Robert James   D: Robert Douglas

With Paul Stevens (Rutherford), Donnelly Rhodes (Arthur Jay), Karen Valentine (Holly), Ed Begley Jr. (Ernie), Titos Vandis (Mr. Nicholas), John Ward (Foley), Tom McCorry (Steve), Eleanor Zee (Clerk), Scott Glenn (Dave), Anne Revere (Dragon Lady), Elisha Cook Jr. (Banjo Vincent), Harry Caesar (Tucker), Al Ferrara (Pasquale).
When a dying hoodlum entrusts his girlfriend with a detailed record of all his underworld activities, she is sought by both the police and his former cronies seeking to protect themselves.

November 12, 1975: When Dues Come Down
Season 2, episode 10
W: Paul Magistretti   D: Robert Douglas

With John Ward (Foley), Sharon Cintron (Mimi), Pamela Bellwood (Jenny), Slim Pickens (Harry Mazurski), Alan Feinstein (Joey Tonelli), Gloria LeRoy (Doris Mazurski).
Without proof but with a gut feeling the man is guilty, Baretta doggedly follows a truck driver he suspects of killing the cat burglar who injured his wife.

November 19, 1975: And Down Will Come Baby
Season 2, episode 11
W: Robert I. Holt   D: Bruce Kessler

With John Ward (Foley), Rudy Solari (Frank Grace), Nancy Wolfe (Miss Rayfield), Kay Stewart (Helen August), John O'Leary (William H. Crowley), Laurie Prange (Janice), Stanley Clements (Forrest), Marcia Lewis (Mrs. Watson), William Phipps (Dr. August).
After his lead to a baby-selling racket is murdered, Baretta is forced to assume the role of a prospective buyer.

November 26, 1975: Count The Days I'm Gone
Season 2, episode 12
W: Michael Butler   D: Bruce Kessler

With John Ward (Foley), Meg Foster (Stella), Tony Burton (Teak), Elizabeth Cheshire (Molly), David Downing (Sully), Alex Henteloff (Quinn), Ron Thompson (Penguin), Ben Freedman (Benny), Judy Hanson (Hooker).
Tony Baretta searches for the 9-year-old sister of an alcoholic nurse when the little girl disappears after witnessing a murder.

December 17, 1975: Sharper Than A Serpent's Tooth
Season 2, episode 13
W: Frank Dandridge, Robert Janes   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With Titos Vandis (Mr. Nicholas), Doris Roberts (Mrs. Asher), Joseph Hindy (Charlie Asher), Vince Martorano (Rick), Roger E. Mosley (Rudy Davis), Charles Shull (Bergman), Sylvia Soares (Maria Davis), Joyce DeWitt (Jill).
Tony fights to save his partner's future after the officer is suspended for allegedly shooting a murder suspect in the back.

January 7, 1976: The Left Hand Of The Devil
Season 2, episode 14
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Robert Douglas

With John Ward (Foley), Joey Aresco (Johnny Evans), J.R. Clark (Officer Smith), Leland Sun (Internal Affairs), Gayle Rogers (Girl Biker), Larry Horowitz (Checker), Billy Green Bush (Coz Rogers), Bruce Boxleitner (Dom), Stacy Keach Sr. (D.A. Pruett), Sally Kirkland (Rita), Smith Evans (Chip Chip), Alan Mandell (Assistant D.A. Merriman), John Lehne (Assistant D.A. Stone).
After hiding a frightened informant and infiltrating a motorcycle gang which specializes in low-priced "hits", Baretta must risk his life to save the informant.

January 14, 1976: Murder For Me
Season 2, episode 15
W: Robert Lewin   D: Curtis Harrington

With Ron Thompson (Nopke), Sharon Cintron (Mimi), John Ward (Foley), Lainie Kazan (Lottie), Richard Foronjy (Alley Cat), Val Avery (Pogo), Gregory Rozakis (Nika), Florence Lake (Mrs. Ferlin), Michele Marsh (Irini Petros), Vern Rowe (Truck Driver).
Baretta looks for a father who, after slaying the doctor he believes is responsible for his son's death, seems bent on further vengeance as well.

January 28, 1976: Pay Or Die
Season 2, episode 16
W: Michael Grais   D: Robert Douglas

With Ron Thompson (Nopke), Titos Vandis (Mr. Nicholas), John Ward (Foley), Sondra Blake (Candy), Joan Collins (Lynn Stiles), Jack Griffin (Detective), Dorrie Thomson (Madeline), John Himes (Mr. Smith), Roger Robinson (El Dorado), Teddy Wilson (Flash).
After Baretta sets up a crime leader for an arrest, he fears that various gangland factions will battle for control of the leaderless vice activities.

February 18, 1976: The Blood Bond
Season 2, episode 17
W: Gustave Field   D: Vincent Sherman

With Titos Vandis (Mr. Nicholas), Sharon Cintron (Mimi), David Huffman (Jesse Bryant), Pat Ast (Penelope), Michael Pataki (Mousso).
Billy is kidnapped to force the return of $500,000 in bonds that Baretta is suspected of keeping when he broke up a robbery attempt.

February 25, 1976: The Dippers
Season 2, episode 18
W: T.S. Cook   D: Douglas Heyes

With John Ward (Foley), Ron Thompson (Nopke), Jeffrey Kramer (Junkie), Trisha Noble (Stewardess), Nick Ferris (Herb Wilson), Rozelle Gayle (Boss Poppy), John Dullaghan (Senator Carter), Todd Martin (Delane), William Traylor (Jameson), Whitman Mayo (Joey Rich).
While investigating a murder, Baretta is aided by a teacher of the "art" of picking pockets.

March 3, 1976: Dead Man Out
Season 2, episode 19
W: Earl W. Wallace, Robert Lewin   D: Robert Douglas

With John Ward (Foley), Sharon Cintron (Mimi), Jaime Lyn Bauer (Miss Dalton), Tommy Lee Jones (Sharky), Erik Estrada (Ortiz), Herbert Bress (Ernie), Sam Gilman (Dalton), M. Emmet Walsh (McDade), Nancy Burnett (Eunice).
Baretta poses as a convict in order to expose a murderer who turns out not to exist.

March 17, 1976: Death On The Run
Season 2, episode 20
W: Paul Casey   D: Burt Brinckerhoff

With Ron Thompson (Nopke), John Ward (Foley), Alexander Courtney (Doc Beuleman), Dick O'Neill (Bentley), Deborah Dawes (Nurse Ingrid), Isabel Boniface (Juanita), Ahna Capri (Mercedes Morrison), Scott Hylands (Hatfield), Lew Palter (Charlie), Carmen Filpi (Rice), Louis Guss (Leo), Scott Walker (Weasel).
A gun runner with spinal meningitis exposes Baretta to the disease, leaving him with 48 hours to break up the smuggling ring.

March 24, 1976: Aggie
Season 2, episode 21
W: Adrian Spies   D: Vincent Sherman

With John Ward (Foley), Timothy Blake (May), Shannon Christie (Marcella), Shelley Duvall (Aggie), Marc Alaimo (Carew), Richard Jaeckel (Downing), Dick Cangey (Lulu), Jerry Hausner (Milt), Joseph Hacker (Tito), George Margo (Arnie).
A retarded girl is marked for death when she witnesses a killing.

May 4, 1977: Playin' Police
Season 2, episode 22
W: Ray Hutcherson   D: Don Medford

With Charles Wagenheim (Eddie), Scoey Mitchell (Mike), Alex Rocco (Vince), Chris Mulkey (Dealer), Nicholas Worth (Gallman), Jim Gosa (Patient), Janus Blythe (Sara).
Two shakedown artists posing as plainclothes cops are making a bundle ripping off other crooks -- victims who aren't likely to go to the police.





September 22, 1976: The Ninja
Season 3, episode 1
W: Larry Alexander   D: Don Weis

With June Smaney (Rosie), Henry Darrow (Vincent Delgado), Momo Yashima (Alice Mishima), Pepe Serna (Ninja), Jeannie Linero (Marisa Delgado), James Hong (Dr. Pao), John Dennis Johnston (Duarte), Allen Joseph (Silverstein), John Fujioka (Mishima), Helen Funai (Nancy), Paul Cavonis (Masnick), John Herzfeld (Mario), Jesse Dizon (Ohira).
Season premiere. Whern a Japanese girl is slain after being threatened by hoodlums, the girl's father revives an ancient Japanese custom and dedicates his life to punishing everyone directly or indirectly involved.

September 29, 1976: Soldier In The Jungle
Season 3, episode 2
W: Norman Lessing, Lewis Davidson   D: Sigmund Neufeld Jr.

With Nehemiah Persoff (Victor Luzianno), June Smaney (Rosie), Harvey Parry (Harrigan), Rosa Barbato (Mama Luzianno), Vince Martorano (Paulie), Jim Malinda (Willie Ketch), Jess Walton (Muriel), Jack Rader (Eddie Hines), Burt Young (Johnny Checco).
Baretta finds out that that hit man he is trying to stop from killing a local mobster may be one of his childhood friends.

October 6, 1976: Runaway Cowboy
Season 3, episode 3
W: Milt Rosen   D: Robert Douglas

With Harvey Parry (Harrigan), John Ward (Foley), Sharon Cintron (Mimi), Geraldine Brooks (Judge Anna Gavin), Art Hindle (Russell Walters), David Sheiner (David Danzio), Danny Keogh (Alex), Jay Varela (Pinera), Nancy Burnett (Miss Page), Alan Mandell (Richmond), Lieux Dressler (Minnie), Richard Eastham (Linton).
Baretta gains evidence to bring an extortionist to trial, only to discover that the judge is the blackmiler's next victim.

October 13, 1976: Street Edition
Season 3, episode 4
W: Robert I. Holt   D: Vincent Sherman

With Ron Thompson (Nopke), Harvey Parry (Harrigan), Titos Vandis (Mr. Nicholas), Tom Bower (Eddie Ryan), Howard Hesseman (Tommy Walker), Stephen Coit (Grimes), Peter Mark Richman (Simon Abbott), Elisha Cook Jr. (Banjo Vincent), Gino Ardito (Joey), Marc Lawrence (Linsky), Ellen Weston (Helen Abbott), Andrea Marcovicci (Sandra Fleming).
A persistent woman reporter continually interferes with Baretta's investigation into the aborted robbery of a half-million dollars in syndicate money.

October 20, 1976: They Don't Make 'Em Like They Used To
Season 3, episode 5
W: S.S. Schweitzer   D: Sutton Roley

With Armand Cerami (Officer Kowalski), Sharon Cintron (Mimi), Keenan Wynn (Doc Rogers), Jay Adler (Mottl), Joyce Jameson (Lucille), Michael Baseleon (Bernie), Richard Lynch (Nick), Wings Hauser (Dave), Laura Hippe (Marnie), Owen Bush (Manager).
Tony is followed by an aging master thief out to get revenge on a cross-country bus trip.

October 27, 1976: Shoes
Season 3, episode 6
W: Tony Kayden, Lewis Davidson   D: Chris Robinson

With Harvey Parry (Harrigan), Sharon Cintron (Mimi), John Ward (Foley), Alice Backes (Nurse Marian), Charles Martin Smith (Shoes), Lana Wood (Sister Olive), Norman Stuart (Reiner), Gloria LeRoy (Wicked Wanda), Peter Forster (Wilcox), Spencer Milligan (Rapist), Frank Michael Liu (Charlie Sin).
Baretta tries to avenge the rape and attempted murder of a young religious worker.

November 3, 1976: Under The City
Season 3, episode 7
W: S.S. Schweitzer   D: Cliff Bole

With June Smaney (Rosie), Harvey Parry (Harrigan), Phillip Pine (Commissioner Durgin), Janit Baldwin (Maggie), William Traylor (Quinn), Jill Haworth (Ginger Correlli), Scott Colomby (Jimmy Turner), Norman Alden (Stoneham), Edward Gallardo (Chico Zapata), Ernest Thomas (Lew), John Friedrich (Cornflakes).
Baretta tries to talk to a gang of escaped juvenile convicts.

November 10, 1976: Dear Tony
Season 3, episode 8
W: Norman Hudis   D: Robert Douglas

With Don Paige (Printman), Ron Hayes (Carl Harley), Will Mackenzie (Orville Youngstein), Rod Browning (Psychiatrist), Anjanette Comer (Det. Ann Harley), Gil Gerard (Steve), Paul Lichtman (Muncie), Michael Mancini (Tom Kessel), Edith Atwater (Mrs. Youngstein), Arthur Rosenberg (Coroner).
Baretta hunts for the killer of a cop who was the target of a carefully planned murder.

November 24, 1976: Crazy Annie
Season 3, episode 9
W: S.S. Schweitzer, Jeffrey Freilich   D: Reza Badiyi

With Armand Cerami (Officer Kowalski), John Ward (Foley), Kim Hunter (Crazy Annie), Richard Collier (Augie), James O'Connell (Big Steve), Dennis Dimster (Mickey), Gilbert Green (Colonel), Glenn Robards (Foreman), Joseph Reale (Slasher).
Posing as a wino, Baretta is trying to nail a skid row killer when he is abducted and held captive by a tough old woman who believes he is her wayward son.

December 1, 1976: Nothin' For Nothin'
Season 3, episode 10
W: Dan Ullman, Dennis Landa, S.S. Schweitzer   D: Paul Stanley

With Armand Cerami (Officer Kowalski), John Ward (Foley), Jennifer Billingsley (Dolores), Janet MacLachlan (C.C.'s Mother), Diego Gonzalez (C.C.), Logan Ramsey (Jewel), Don Maxwell (Pinky), Michael Miller (Jake).
Baretta locks horns with a tough 9-year-old street kid who is outsmarting cops and crooks alike to help feed his family, which is being deprived by his mother's compulsive gambling.

December 15, 1976: Can't Win For Losin'
Season 3, episode 11
W: Cornelius Ballard, Irv Pearlberg   D: Robert Douglas

With Sharon Cintron (Mimi), Harvey Parry (Harrigan), DeForest Covan (Arnie Markle), Carl Crudup (Moonlight), Chuck Shamata (Lynch), Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs (Davey Rich), Whitman Mayo (Joey Rich), Burt Douglas (Bailey), Karen Ciral (Mitzi DeForest), Rosalind Miles (Big Mama), Maidie Norman (Mrs. Rich), Linda McCullough (Corey), Robert Miller Driscoll (Thaler).
A discouraged man, troubled by his son's drug addiction, is mistakenly accused of murdering a hated drug pusher. The neighborhood applauds him and he decides his new reputation is worth going to prison for.

December 22, 1976: Look Back In Terror
Season 3, episode 12
W: Margaret Hatch   D: Vincent Sherman

With Samantha Eggar (Laurie Eckhardt), Charles Horvath (Charley), Andrew Prine (Tommy Bishop), Jan Peters (Elman), Doug McGrath (Papazian), George Jordan (Frankie Carson), John Ward (Foley), Pollyanna Houston (Mrs. Grogan), Joe Lo Presti (Di Mona), Lisa Moore (Tartlet).
A convict, sent to prison by Baretta, escapes to get revenge and discovers that Baretta is romantically involved with the girl he left behind.

December 29, 1976: The Big Hand's On Trouble
Season 3, episode 13
W: Paul Magistretti   D: Burt Brinckerhoff

With George Loros (E.G. Moran), Burt Young (Solomon Goldfarb), Rick Podell (Pretty Boy Davis), Ric Mancini (Sonny), Ian Scott (Avery), Angela Greene (Doctor), Lloyd Kino (Sam Ito), Richard Karron (Malcolm).
An immigrant watchmaker risks his life by refusing to pay off protection extortionists.

January 12, 1977: Don't Kill The Sparrows
Season 3, episode 14
W: Alan S. Godfrey, Fenton Hobart Jr.   D: Don Medford

With Sharon Cintron (Mimi), Harvey Parry (Harrigan), Frank Sivero (Tom Fergus), Cheri Caffaro (Lorene Cooper), Eddie Egan (Thompson), Stacy Keach Sr. (Heyman), Stephen Davies (Joey Baker), Karen Glow (Dolly), Will Walker (Charlie Grady), Benny Gatteys (Janice).
Baretta goes after a corrupt federal narcotics agent who not only peddles drugs on the side, but murders the buyer who discovers he's a cop.

January 19, 1977: That Sister Ain't No Cousin
Season 3, episode 15
W: Cornelius Ballard   D: Bruce Kessler

With Pollyanna Houston (Mrs. Grogan), Migdia Varela (Lisa Rodriguez), Judd Omen (Bernardo), Trinidad Silva (Harold), Brendan Dillon (Father Connelly), Bert Rosario (Julio), Ava Readdy (Marcia), Edith Diaz (Sister Barbara), Timothy Carey (El Greco), Jose Canteno (Danny Sanchez), Danny Mora (Raul Cintron).
A nun working in the ghetto becomes the target of a dope supplier.

January 26, 1977: Open Season
Season 3, episode 16
W: Dallas L. Barnes   D: Reza Badiyi

With Stefan Gierasch (Walter Larkin), Art Lund (Damon Marsh), Roger Robinson (David Gordean), Helen Boll (Mrs. Schwartz), Jennifer Jason Leigh (Marcie), Almeria Quinn (Pam), Strother Martin (Doc Stockwell), Julie Gregg (Virginia), Harvey Parry (Harrigan), Roberta Leighton (Cathy Larkin).
When the daughter of a prominent banker dies of a drug overdose, Tony not only must arrest the junkie responsible but protect him from a hit man hired by the victim's father.

February 2, 1977: The Reunion
Season 3, episode 17
W: Christopher Crowe, Steve Meixell   D: Don Medford

With Pernell Roberts (Johnny Hillman), Debi Richter (Cary), Steve Tanner (Theodore), Maile Souza (Shirley), Susan Heldfond (Lori DiStefano), Marc Vahanian (Sonny Benton), Mario Roccuzzo (Joey DiStefano), Chris Mulkey (Joshua), Shera Danese (Jill).
The murder of a well-known philanthropist leads Baretta to a gangster who runs a male and female prostitution ring.

February 9, 1977: Not On Our Block
Season 3, episode 18
W: Sean Baine   D: Burt Brinckerhoff

With Ross Martin (Carmine Falco), Katy Jurado (Rosa Canzone), Joel Lombardo (Ducas), Scott Edmund Lane (Stevie Palermo), Ric Mancini (Ferrani), Michele Marsh (Maria Canzone), Michael V. Gazzo (Rico Giove), Frank Bongiorno (Lewin), Angelo Bertolini (Andretti).
Baretta faces personal danger when he sets out to expose the local "godfather" of a close-knit Italian neighborhood.

February 16, 1977: The Runaways
Season 3, episode 19
W: Richard Bluel, Pat Fielder   D: Don Medford

With Sam Smith (Peaches), Bill Bogert (Harry Becker), Pollyanna Houston (Mrs. Grogan), Albert Salmi (Carl Krueger), Betty McGuire (Rachel), Pamelyn Ferdin (Judy Sloane), Jean Blake (Kay), Art Metrano (Pulaski), Brian Andrews (Lonny), DeAnn Mears (Marsha Krueger).
Tony Baretta finds three abused children living together in a tenement and attempts to protect them from a juvenile officer who wants to return them to their homes.

February 23, 1977: Everybody Pays The Fare
Season 3, episode 20
W: Leonard Kaufman, Sidney Ellis   D: John Ward

With Sharon Cintron (Mimi), Bernard Behrens (Ed), Hope Alexander-Willis (Cecelia Gardiner), Robert Lipton (Paul Cramer), Mel Ferrer (Alex Cramer), Bunny Summers (Sweet Annie), Paul Bryar (Charley Di Angelo), Don Haggerty (Rusty Dublin), Robert Phalen (Agent Hurell), Betty Hutton (Velma Winstead), Joan Caulfield (Carol Peters), Sam Scar (Canadeo), Bob Hackman (Sam), John LaMotta (Keely).
The deathbed confession of an imprisoned gangster stirs Tony Baretta to avenge his own father's death.

March 9, 1977: Think Mink
Season 3, episode 21
W: Pat Fielder, Richard Bluel   D: Don Medford

With Armand Cerami (Officer Stanley Kowalski), Richard Libertini (Freddie the Fox), Rick DiAngelo (Angelo), Eda Reiss Merin (Mrs. Goldman), Billy Sands (Morton Greenbaum), Sherry Miles (Stephanie), Albert DiStefano (Bert), Kitty Carl (Rachel), Ned Glass (Sam Davis), Sydney Chaplin (Turk Benedict), Joshua Shelley (Leo Manx), Elisha Cook Jr. (Banjo Vincent).
When two "old geezers" who are neighbors of Baretta's get involved in a mink coat heist, Tony must not only protect them from the gangsters who want the coats but from prosecution as well.

March 16, 1977: Carla
Season 3, episode 22
W: Richard Bluel, Pat Fielder   D: Alex March

With George Loros (Vito Trancata), Victor Rendina (Joseph Trancata), Cliff Emmich (Cabin Proprietor), Marki Bey (Totsey), Adrienne LaRussa (Carla Trancata), Vera Lockwood (Vera Trancata), Jeannie Bell (Midge), Lisa Moore (Rouge).
Tony Baretta falls in love and runs away with the young and beautiful wife of a gangster.

March 30, 1977: Big Bad Charlie
Season 3, episode 23
W: Christopher Crowe   D: Don Medford

With Sheree North (Amy), Slim Pickens (Charlie), Harvey Parry (Harrigan), Frank Michael Liu (Chan Ahn Tong), Michael Chan (Bobby Kwok), Danny Kwan (Wheel Man), Dana Lee (Johnny Frank), Beulah Quo (Mrs. Chu), Isaac Fukuda (Toy Lee Fong), Alice Frost (Charlie's Mother), Richard Narita (Kim Tae-Haan).
An Oriental gang plans to kill Baretta's love-smitten friend, Charlie.

April 6, 1977: Guns And Brothers
Season 3, episode 24
W: Christopher Crowe, Ferde Rombola   D: Bernard L. Kowalski

With Art Metrano (Pulaski), Robert Burgos (Mr. Hansen), Laurence Haddon (Hathaway), Daryle Ann Lindley (Arlene), Virginia Leith (Sally Locker), Tom LaGrua (Tommy Croft), Brad Davis (Ray Locker), John Friedrich (Donnie Locker), Jesse Dizon (Charlie), Eddie Ryder (Edgar Huff).
After giving the Locker brothers a second chance, Baretta finds that one of them is a psychopathic criminal.





September 28, 1977: New Girl In Town
Season 4, episode 1
W: Nick Alexander   D: Paul Stanley

With Sharon Cintron (Mimi), Billy Holms (Drisco), Angela Clarke (Mama), John Anthony Sarno (Marco), Neville Brand (Shopping Bag), Vito Scotti (Franco).
Season premiere. Baretta's new partner is a canine cop who's great at sniffing out drugs -- and the syndicate wants it rubbed out.

October 5, 1977: Somebody Killed Cock Robin
Season 4, episode 2
W: Rick Kelbaugh   D: Reza Badiyi

With Armand Cerami (Officer Kowalski), Steve Sandor (Alex Benton), Ben Frank (Daniels), Robert Miller Driscoll (Hobbs), Candy Azzara (Rusty), Vincent Baggetta (Ray Fleming), Earl Colbert (Old Man), Gwen Welles (Vicki), Ken Sansom (Myers).
Insufficient evidence allows a man to be released from jail and resume his efforts to hurt a nightclub dancer.

October 19, 1977: Lyman P. Dokker, Fed
Season 4, episode 3
W: Alan J. Levitt   D: Burt Brinckerhoff

With John Harkins (Davenpauw), Martine Beswick (Belly Dancer), Dick Sargent (Gilmartin), Stanley Ralph Ross (Froggy), Tom Ligon (Phelps), H.B. Haggerty (Hokar), Terrence E. McNally (Morrisey), Melodie Johnson (Dr. Plethwaite), Rick Hurst (Charlie), Richard Collier (Wino), Strother Martin (Harris Stump/Lyman P. Dokker), Armand Cerami (Officer Kowalski).
Baretta attempts to solve a murder and recover a priceless emerald necklace belonging to an oil sheik, but is hampered by his new partner, an FBI agent.

October 26, 1977: The Sky Is Falling
Season 4, episode 4
W: Pat Fielder, Richard Bluel   D: Don Medford

With James Parker (Officer), William Bogert (Harvey Baxter), Jadeen Barbor (Joanie Baxter), Donald Bishop (Kramer), John Dennis (Coyle), Art Metrano (Officer Pulaski), Ralph Hoopes (Minister), Dennis Quaid (Scott Martin), Barry Miller (Tommy Rankin), James Ray (Bill Harding), DeAnn Mears (Mrs. Beaumont), Robbie Wolcott (Ritchie), John Herbsleb (Jeff Beaumont).
A 13-year-old boy witnesses a murder, placing his own life in jeopardy. Baretta, realizing the seriousness of the situation, tries to locate the boy before it's too late.

November 2, 1977: It's Hard But It's Fair
Season 4, episode 5
W: Les Carter   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Harvey Parry (Harrigan), C.J. Hincks (Rose Butterfield), Ismael Carlo (Shivers), Michael Clark (Hitchcock), Bobby Chacon (Danny), Michael C. Gwynne (Nicky Moss), Val Avery (Ray Carmona), Pepe Serna (Rudy Carmona), R.G. Armstrong (Fayso).
When a fight owner is slain, Tony goes undercover as the trainer of a former champion to ferret out the killer and a possible drug shipment. Bobby Chacon, former featherweight champion, guest stars.

November 16, 1977: Buddy
Season 4, episode 6
W: Richard Bluel, Pat Fielder   D: Paul Stanley

With J. Pat O'Malley (Pop Andrews), Roger Kern (Buddy), Ellen Geer (Susan Foster), Norman Cole (Art Kemper), Lin McCarthy (Clyde Dolan), Jane A. Johnston (Ella), Leigh Hamilton (Mary).
Convinced that the boy is innocent, Baretta jeopardizes his career by hiding a retarded 19-year-old who is being sought by the police for the slaying of his mother.

November 23, 1977: Por Nada
Season 4, episode 7
W: Chris Lucky, Miguel Pinero   D: Reza Badiyi

With A Martinez (Frank), Cynthia Avila (Isabel), Miguel Pinero (Valdez), George Cantero (Paco), Judd Omen (Malo), Chu Chu Malave (Jesse), Abel Franco (Ruiz), Rita Conde (Mrs. Ruiz).
Tony sets out to prevent street warfare after a barrio gang leader is wounded and his girlfriend slain.

November 30, 1977: Who Can Make The Sun Shine?
Season 4, episode 8
W: Robert Crais   D: Don Medford

With Charles Wagenheim (Howell), David Yanez (Joe Esteban), Rozelle Gayle (Jason), John Lisbon Wood (Mikey), Sydney Lassick (Davey Scafali), Betty Carvalho (Mrs. Esteban), Scott Brady (Fred Johnson), Andra Akers (Doris Johnson).
Tony sets out to nail a drug dealer who has built up a clientele among pre-teen children.

December 7, 1977: All That Shatters
Season 4, episode 9
W: Ed Waters, Rift Fournier, Sidney Ellis   D: Don Medford

With Borah Silver (Parker), Stanley Brock (Kubick), Kristoffer Tabori (T.J.), Toni Kalem (Bobbie), Bob Morgan (Starbuck), Mary Louise Weller (Rosalind), David Hess (Bosco).
War veterans are blamed for a disabled man's bombing spree.

December 21, 1977: It Goes With The Job
Season 4, episode 10
W: Robert Crais   D: Reza Badiyi

With Tom Atkins (Vic), Cassie Yates (Flower), Brian Baker (Volpe), Frederic Franklyn (Doctor), Shane Sinutko (Jerry), John Dullaghan (Cramer).
Baretta is marked for execution by holdup man Vic Jackson after slaying Jackson's brother during a robbery.

January 4, 1978: Hot Horse
Season 4, episode 11
W: Arnold Horwitt   D: Don Medford

With Gloria Stroock (Mrs. Outerbridge), James Booth (Bristol Bob), Jenny Sherman (Sally), Joshua Shelley (Leo), Ned Glass (Sam), John Orchard (Timmy), Bob Frankel, Wayne Northrop (Dick).
Two wily old gentlemen steal a valuable race horse from a big-time horse thief and take the animal to their apartment in expectation of a reward being posted.

January 11, 1978: Why Me?
Season 4, episode 12
W: Sidney Ellis, Ed Waters, Alan Godfrey   D: Robert Douglas

With Harvey Parry (Harrigan), Jon Van Ness (Chuck), Gerald McRaney (Tommy), Eloise Hardt, Anne Schedeen (Linda), Eddie Quillan.
A woman terrorized by two hold-up men attaches herself to Tony Baretta for emotional security.

January 18, 1978: I'll Take You To Lunch
Season 4, episode 13
W: E. Nick Alexander   D: Don Medford

With Bill Sorrells (Ben Cotter), Gregory Walcott (Champ Brenner), Peter B. Kowalski (Matthew), Tara Buckman (Mary), Alan Vint (Jeremy), Clifford A. Pellow (Cowboy), Lloyd Gough (Judge Johnson).
Billy is taken hostage and Tony begins negotiations between his captors and a politically minded sheriff.

February 2, 1978: It's A Boy
Season 4, episode 14
W: Warren Worthen, Les Carter   D: Paul Stanley

With Floyd Levine (Gazik), Dennis Burkley (Ronco), Marianne Marks (Brandy), Tracy Brooks Swope (Jill), Kenneth O'Brien (Micelli).
Tony's plans to marry a former girlfriend, who shows up with a baby named after him, become complicated by an underworld power struggle.

February 9, 1978: Just For Laughs
Season 4, episode 15
W: Sian Barbara Allen   D: Reza Badiyi

With Dave Shelley (Golden), Robert Karnes (Jack), Ray Bolger, Phyllis Avery, Allan Rich (Benny), John Zenda, Franco Corsaro.
A legendary entertainer is the victim of a series of attempts on his life.

February 16, 1978: The Marker
Season 4, episode 16
W: E. Nick Alexander   D: Don Medford

With Madison Arnold (Carmine), Anthony Caruso (Salvador), Frank DeKova (Dominick), Kathryn Grayson, Madeline Stowe (Anna), Timothy Carey (Stelardo).
Tony learns that an old friend feels compelled by family loyalty to carry out a "hit" on a racketeer.

February 23, 1978: The Stone Conspiracy
Season 4, episode 17
W: Adrian Leeds   D: Don Medford

With Wayne Grace (Sy Miller), Beverly Hope Atkinson (Bertha), Phillip R. Allen (Michael Parks), Rockne Tarkington (Captain Johnson), Lara Parker (Trudy), Bill Fletcher (Lt. Bradley), Ron Soble (Captain Sims), Lewis Van Bergen (Internal Affairs Officer), Ron Max (Deputy Commissioner).
Tony is unhappy about being loaned out to the vice squad, especially when he discovers that his partner is on the take.

March 9, 1978: The Appointment
Season 4, episode 18
W: Arthur B. Lewis, Ed Waters, Sidney Ellis   D: Bernard L. Kowalski

With Bryan O'Byrne (Herman), Robert Towers (Specks), Jerry Hardin (Marton), Tom Skerritt (Al Brimmer), Sian Barbara Allen (Ellen), Tom Simcox (Anderson), Lorri Marlow (Sharon).
Tony wants to know why a laundry owner, engaged to Baretta's cousin, refuses to describe a pair of cop killers who held up his store.

December 18, 1980: Woman Trouble
Season 4, episode 19
W: Robert Crais   D: Bernard L. Kowalski

With Tasha Zemrus (Ricki), Timothy Scott (Eddie), Woodrow Parfrey (Runt), Jack Wells (Boss), Louie Elias (Sims), Robert Costanzo (Kresler).
Tony helps a peppery 12-year-old girl find her father before he takes part in a jewel robbery and breaks hs parole.

March 30, 1978: The Gadjo
Season 4, episode 20
W: Ray Hutcherson   D: Don Medford

With Angela Clarke (Mrs. Volga), Rene Enriquez (Meyer), Jesse Aragon (Joe), Robert Viharo (Rodriguez), Panchito Gomez (Emile), Claudio Martinez (Bano), Patricia Hyland (Anne), Rudy Bond (Volga).
Tony desperately tries to prevent the self-destructive behavior of his young partner, who kills a bandit in self-defense and then learns it is his younger brother.

April 6, 1978: Barney
Season 4, episode 21
W: Pat Fielder, Richard Bluel   D: Don Medford

With Sheila Larken (Regan), Robert Symonds (Barney), Richard Adams (Slovak), Sandy McPeak (Pullen), Arthur Space, John Quade (Schreiber).
Tony steps up his investigation of a series of truck hijackings when a newspaper editor who has announced he will name the men behind the crimes is the victim of a bombing.

May 4, 1978: The Dream
Season 4, episode 22
W: E. Nick Alexander   D: Reza Badiyi

With Kathryn Leigh Scott (Margaret), Bernard Behrens (Jason), Nicolas Coster, Quinn Cummings.
When Baretta realizes he is running out of time in saving a kidnapped friend's life, he enlists the aid of a pint-sized psychic.

May 11, 1978: The Snake Chaser
Season 4, episode 23
W: Rick Kelbaugh   D: Reza Badiyi

With George Loros (Strangman), Ron Dennis (Hiawatha), Sonny Jim (Black Dot), Frank Ronzio, Steve-Allie Collura (Colvetti).
Baretta is injured in an explosion which sets off an investigation into a drug syndicate.

May 18, 1978: The Bundle
Season 4, episode 24
W: Les Carter   D: Don Medford

With Scoey Mitchell (Aterna), Sheila DeWindt (Minnie), Roz Kelly (Alice), Lee Delano (Trudgeon), Paul Pepper (Artie Singer), Jack Kosslyn (Sisko), Frank Christi (Premo).
Baretta struggles to save the lives of two young actresses involved in an extortion scheme. (Last show of the series.)


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