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



1970s Episode Guide for 'Enos':


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

November 12, 1980: Enos
Season 1, episode 1
W: Gy Waldron   D: Rod Amateau

With Pete Munro (Detective Bigalow), Michelle Pfeiffer (Joy), Bill Vint (Posey), Anthony James (Scorpio).
Accepted by the LAPD upon his arrival from Hazzard County, Enos Strate uses his hometown methods to help break up a prostitution-blackmail case the department is working on.

November 19, 1980: Uncle Jesse's Visit
Season 1, episode 2
W: Gy Waldron   D: Rod Amateau

With Denver Pyle (Uncle Jesse Duke), Michelle Pfeiffer (Joy).
Uncle Jesse comes to visit Enos to see how he is doing in his new job.

November 26, 1980: Where's The Corpus?
Season 1, episode 3
W: B.W. Sandefur   D: Michael Caffey

With David Damas, Pete Munro, Len Lesser, John Carter (Sam Bludman), Catherine Campbell (M.J. Richmond), Chuck Hicks, Dennis Madalone.
While investigating the death of a syndicate hitman whose body cannot be found, Enos and Turk are assigned to a pretty district attorney who takes a liking to the honest but bumbling country cop.

December 10, 1980: Blue Flu
Season 1, episode 4
W: Richard C. Matheson, Tom Szollosi   D: Hollingsworth Morse

With L.Q. Jones (Garrett), Beverly Garland (Judge Cantwell).
During a police protest known as the "blue flu", Enos alone is left to protect a woman judge from an an ex-convict seeking revenge.

December 17, 1980: Grits And Greens Strike Again
Season 1, episode 5
W: Gy Waldron   D: Rod Amateau

With Len Lesser (Solly), Ike Eisenmann (Banjo), Gloria Stuart (Lilly), Dolph Sweet (Doc).
Enos and Turk meet a silent film star during their hunt for teenage muggers that leads them to a high class burglary ring.

January 7, 1981: Snow Job
Season 1, episode 6
W: Jim Rogers, A. L. Christopher   D: Bernard McEveety

With Don Stroud (Joe), Kelley Miles (Sue Ann).
Working undercover as drug pushers, Enos and Turk are thrown some wicked curves at a roadside cafe and trucking operation that are run by women.

January 14, 1981: House Cleaners
Season 1, episode 7
W: Milt Rosen   D: Robert Totten

With Karen Machon (Melissa), Kathrine Baumann (Sgt. Parton), Rance Howard, Morgan Woodward (Chester Dade), Raymond St. Jacques (Davis Burton), Leo Gordon (Sgt. Kick), Victor Izay.
While Enos and Turk change a tire, imposters in a police car pull the latest in a series of mansion burglaries -- right across the street.

January 21, 1981: One Daisy Per Summer
Season 1, episode 8
W: B.W. Sandefur, Jim Rogers   D: Richard C. Bennett

With Catherine Bach (Daisy Duke), Linden Chiles (Cooper).
Enos welcomes a visit from Daisy Duke, who's about to drive in a Palm Springs to Mexico road race, unaware that her racer is to be used to smuggle a diamond.

January 28, 1981: Horse Cops
Season 1, episode 9
W: William Kelley, Leonard B. Kaufman   D: Bruce Kessler

With James Best (Rosco P. Coltrane), Constance Forslund (Karen).
Rosco P. Coltrane comes to visit just in time to join Enos and Turk as they pursue robbers who make their getaway on horseback.

February 11, 1981: The Head Hunter
Season 1, episode 10
W: Max Hodge   D: Bernard McEveety

With Louisa Moritz, Thomas H. Middleton, Billy Beck, Rex Benson, Joanna Cassidy, Alex Henteloff (Howell).
Afraid that Enos can recognize him, a bank robber's tip brings on a gung-ho investigator bristling with evidence incriminating Enos in the theft of $5000.

February 18, 1981: The Hostage
Season 1, episode 11
W: Ray Brenner   D: Bruce Kessler

With Robert Loggia (Paxton), Janet Julian (Carol), Jack O'Leary, George Caldwell, John Walter Davis (Burt Kreski).
Enos and Turk become fugitives from the Secret Service in a desperate attempt to deliver engraving plates and save Lt. Broggi from the gang of counterfeiters who have taken him hostage.

March 4, 1981: Now You See Him, Now You Don't
Season 1, episode 12
W: Stephen Thornley, Robert I. Holt   D: Michael Caffey

With Greg Mullavey (Sam Lomax), Lou Richards (Virgil Cooper), Alan Fudge (Dexter), John Craig, Britt Leach, Charles Thomas Murphy, Kim Bronson, Carolyn DeMirjian, Owen Bush, Ancel Cook, Katherine Moffat (Angie), Weldon Bleiler.
A tricky fugitive, using his mastery of disguise and a pretty accomplice, leads Enos and Turk on a merry chase.

March 11, 1981: Once And Fur All
Season 1, episode 13
W: Jim Rogers   D: Bruce Kessler

With Lou Jacobi (Bernard Kramer), Terry Kiser (Barlow), Greta Blackburn, Eddie Marquez (Hobie), Maidie Norman, Tanya Boyd (Beverly), James Bond III, Richard Reicheg.
Enos acquires a hostile black boy as a "little brother"; recent fur thefts all seem to be inside jobs.

March 18, 1981: Cops At Sea
Season 1, episode 14
W: Simon Muntner   D: Don McDougall

With Grainger Hines (Richie), Basil Hoffman (Dr. Bloomberg), Shep Sanders, Leo Gordon (Sgt. Kick), Sam Weisman (Bob), Robert F. Hoy, Lisa Pescia.
A department psychiatrist recommends that Enos and Turk separate just as they embark on a seagoing stakeout disguised as fishermen to bust a burglary ring.

April 1, 1981: The Moonshiners
Season 1, episode 15
W: Gerald Sanford   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Rebecca Holden (Judy Lynn), Cal Haynes, F. William Parker (Sam Ruggles), Curtis Taylor, Doug Heyes Jr., Garth Wilton, Leo Gordon (Sgt. Kick).
Enos investigates a moonshiner who strong-arms customers -- and his ex-wife, whom Enos knows from childhood.

April 8, 1981: The Shaming Of The Shrew
Season 1, episode 16
W: Leo Gordon   D: Hollingsworth Morse

With Jayne Meadows (Ellen Cromwell), Norman Alden (Cromwell), Art Evans, Bennie Moore, Rita Taggart (Lady Lou), John Colton, Arthur Monde.
Enos and Turk have the misfortune to give citations to the Deputy Chief's wife, but their luck changes when they locate and close down an illegal gambling casino.

April 15, 1981: Pistol Packing Enos
Season 1, episode 17
W: Elroy Schwartz   D: Dennis Donnelly

With Scott Brady (Greg Foster), Roz McHenry (Mrs. Adams), Mary Angela Shea, Tim Donnelly (Frank), Paul Gale, John Korkes (George).
Enos enters the state pistol shooting championship as part of his plan to expose a corrupt officer who is secretly pulling inside heroin thefts.

May 20, 1981: Forever Blowing Bubbles
Season 1, episode 18
W: Rick Mittleman   D: Bernard McEveety

With Robert Hogan (Dawson), Earl Montgomery, Michael Ensign (Trapnell), Denise Gordy (Laura), Joanne Nail (Dina), Hettie Lynn Hurties, Nina Hairston (Lucille), Alfre Woodard (Darlene).
Enos and Turk try to catch an ingenious jewel thief -- a modern-day Fagin who uses children in his heists -- who has twice eluded Broggi. (Last show of the series.)


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