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



1970s Episode Guide for 'Eischied':


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

September 21, 1979: Only The Pretty Girls Die (1)
Season 1, episode 1
W: Mark Rodgers   D: Bob Kelljan

With Raymond Burr (Police Commissioner), Karen Valentine (Margaret Manning), Vincent Baggetta (Tommy Creighton), James Stephens (Colvin), Laraine Stephens (Irene), Joe Cirillo (Malfitano), Tom Ewell (Super), Sandy Helberg (Narc), Ellen Travolta (Janine).
Series premiere. Chief of Detectives Earl Eischied's search for a psychotic gunman is complicated by two competing sensationalist journalists.

September 28, 1979: Only The Pretty Girls Die (2)
Season 1, episode 2
W: Mark Rodgers   D: Bob Kelljan

With Raymond Burr (Police Commissioner), Karen Valentine (Margaret Manning), Vincent Baggetta (Tommy Creighton), James Stephens (Colvin), Laraine Stephens (Irene), Tom Ewell (Super), Ellen Travolta (Janine), Casey Erickson (Joel Merrick).
Detective Eischied learns that the psychopath responsible for a series of attacks on women is planning a shooting at a crowded religious festival.

October 5, 1979: The U.N. Connection
Season 1, episode 3
W: Sean Baine   D: Harvey Laidman

With John Cunningham, Cesare Danova, Sandy Helberg (Kramer), Joe Cirillo (Malfitano), Danton Stone (Eduardo Avila), Ted Beniades (Ben Quantro), Paul Lieber (O'Neil), David Alastair Lewis (Narc).
Eischied battles government red tape and federal agents to smash a narcotics ring being protected by a foreign envoy's diplomatic immunity.

October 19, 1979: Angels Of Terror
Season 1, episode 4
W: Frank Abatemarco   D: Larry Elikann

With Jim Backus, Shelley Berman, Laraine Stephens.
Captain Finnerty is charged with negligent homicide for shooting an assailant -- a 13-year-old boy.

October 26, 1979: The Accused
Season 1, episode 5
D: Gene Nelson

With David Hubbard (Executioner), Joseph Sheen (Roth), Tamu Blackwell (Vera Gibbs), De'voreaux White (Goody), Billy Attmore (Cupcake), Joe Cirillo (Malfitano).
Eischied tries to clear Captain Finnerby of a charge of shooting an unarmed teenager.

November 9, 1979: Do They Really Have To Die?
Season 1, episode 6
W: Irv Pearlberg   D: Nicholas Sgarro

With Trisha Noble (Jeanne), Scott Brady (Ben Lewis), Dick Gautier (Delios), Dawn Jeffory (Darlene), Nelson Cuevas (Asst. D.A. Thaler).
An overzealous police veteran jeopardizes Eischied's case against a procurer.

November 23, 1979: The Dancer
Season 1, episode 7
W: Sean Baine   D: Harvey Laidman

With Christopher Connelly (Jimmy), Bibi Besch, Jonathan Lippe, Howard Honig (Psychologist), Michael Pataki, Penelope Willis.
Eischied's investigation into a politician's death is hampered by the deceased's family, and by the police brass who want to bury the fact that he died while entertaining his mistress.

November 30, 1979: Who Is The Missing Woman?
Season 1, episode 8
W: Gene Kearney   D: Gene Kearney

With June Barrett (Eve Sullivan), Darleen Carr (Hannah), John Dennis (Captain Mara), Robert Ginty, Mel Ferrer, Bruce Kirby, Mark Russell (Forensic Detective), Bruce Winant (Hal), Patrick Culliton (Det. Carroll).
A woman turns up at a New York City hospital badly beaten and raped. Eischied must deal with a victim who doesn't remember what happened to her, who did it or even who she is.

December 7, 1979: Spanish Eight
Season 1, episode 9
W: Mark Rodgers   D: Harvey Laidman

With Silvana Gallardo (Linda), Aixa Moreno (Rita), Richard Beauchamp (Joe Valenzuela), Jerry Douglas, Laraine Stephens, Joe Santos (Luis Aguilar), Tony Perez (Costanza), Ted Noose (Jackson), Charles Castilla (Detective), Joanna Lipari (Lingerie Saleslady).
Eischied suspects an embittered detective of ordering the gangland slayings of two suspected heroin dealers including the owner of a disco.

December 14, 1979: Friday's Child
Season 1, episode 10
W: Mark Rodgers   D: Larry Elikann

With Belinda Montgomery (Joyce), Christopher Stone (Ted Lujack), Ron Masak (Chuck Murray), Jed Allan (Sebring), Hank Brandt (Agent Douglas), Stephen Pearlman (Reed), Chuck Bergansky (Harold Callender), Fred Ottaviano (Bank Robber).
Chief Eischied directs a team of crack detectives in an effort to capture a gang of bank robbers terrorizing the city.

December 30, 1979: Fire For Hire
Season 1, episode 11
W: Frank Abatemarco   D: Leo Penn

With Ina Balin, Carmine Caridi (Seymour Jaffe), Michael Baseleon, John Randolph (Abe Phillips), Laraine Stephens (Irene), Joe Cirillo (Malfitano), Joe Pantoliano (Boy).
A gentle senior citizen, whose family business is in financial trouble, is suspected of hiring an arsonist to burn down his office building.

January 20, 1980: Powder Burn
Season 1, episode 12
W: Dallas L. Barnes   D: Jack Starrett

With Richard Bradford (John Fowler), Veronica Hamel (Shannon Marshall), Taylor Lacher (LePage), John Durren (Kruger).

July 1, 1980: Buddy System
Season 1, episode 13
W: Art Eisenson   D: Nicholas Sgarro

With Angel Tompkins, Joey Aresco (Jimmy Dayton), Edward Grover (Hugh Minny), Ed Marinaro, Stanley Kamel.
The murder of a police officer may be tied to an underground ring of crooked cops. (Last show of the series.)


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