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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Harry O' from 1970-1982:

1970-1982 Episode Guide for 'Harry O':

(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns.)

March 11, 1973: Such Dust As Dreams Are Made On
Season 0, episode 1
W: Howard Rodman   D: Jerry Thorpe

With Les Lannom (Library Assistant), Cheryl Ladd (Teenage Girl), Martin Sheen (Harlan Garrison), Margot Kidder (Helen), Sal Mineo (Walter Scheerer), Will Geer (Len McNeil), Marianna Hill (Mildred), Mel Stewart (Sgt. Granger), S. John Launer (Police Chief), Lawrence Cook, Kathleen Lloyd (Marilyn Bedestrum).
The man who shot Harry in the back four years ago asks him for protection from a killer. Pilot episode for the series.

September 12, 1974: Gertrude
Season 1, episode 1
W: Howard Rodman   D: Jerry Thorpe

With Julie Sommars (Gertrude Blainey), Michael McGuire (Jack Woolf), Clay Tanner (Marshall Coffey), Les Lannom (Harold Blainey), Mel Stewart (Roy Bardello), Fred Sadoff (Cmdr. Light), Jon Lormer (Mr. Olsher), Jim Bohan (Police Officer), Bill Stevens (Lt. Cmdr. Correo), Joseph Johnson (Sonny Limpio).
An action dramatic series starring David Janssen as a retired police detective. The stories will accent the character of a man tough on the outside but sensitive and compassionate underneath. Harry owns a gun but keeps it in the drawer at home. In the first show, Harry is asked to find the AWOL brother of a kooky girl who sells her furniture to hire his services.

September 19, 1974: The Admiral's Lady
Season 1, episode 2
W: Del Reisman   D: Paul Wendkos

With Leif Erickson (Admiral Tannehill), Sharon Acker (Andrea Tannehill), John McMartin (Jordan Briggs), Ellen Weston (Mrs. Lucas), Milt Kogan (Dr. Rodman), David Moses (Billings), Lucas White (Frank Hutchins), Sally Carter (Mrs. Briggs), Charles Haid (Sgt. Garvey), Al Checco (Bartender), Stacy Keach Sr. (Security Guard).
A lonely, attractive woman, declared missing by her husband, becomes the target of a man seeking to avenge his former wife's infidelity.

September 26, 1974: Guardian At The Gates
Season 1, episode 3
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Jerry Thorpe

With Richard Kelton (Bill Dempsey), Barry Sullivan (Paul Sawyer), Linda Evans (Marian Sawyer), Anne Archer (Sharon Dempsey), Katherine Woodville (Janet Marsh), Michael C. Gwynne (Andrew Marsh), Gordon Jump (Tanner Ross), S. John Launer (Dr. Belden).
A reclusive architect is marked for death because he was an unknowing witness to a murder.

October 3, 1974: Mortal Sin
Season 1, episode 4
W: Stephen Kandel, Robert Malcolm Young   D: Paul Wendkos

With Laurence Luckinbill (Paul Vecchio), Phillip Pine (Burt Greenbaum), Mary Murphy (Joyce Greenbaum), Carol Rossen (Marian Press), Walter McGinn (Eric Press), John Doucette (Bishop Monaghan), Charles Drake (Marty Scofield), J. Edward McKinley (Kramer), Barry Cahill (Ben Samuels), Dan Barrows (Philip), G.W. Bailey (Remsen).
Harry's efforts to stop a killer find him caught between a tormented murderer and a conscience-stricken priest who has heard the murderer's confession.

October 10, 1974: Coinage Of The Realm
Season 1, episode 5
W: Elroy Schwartz   D: Richard Lang

With Kenneth Mars (Don Yorkfield), Joan Darling (Rosemary Yorkfield), David Dukes (Joe Heston), Granville Van Dusen (Fred Lassiter), Dawn Lyn (Shelly Yorkfield), David Moses (Billings), Julio Medino (Dr. Troy), Edward Walsh (Franklin), Florence Stanley (Edith), Casey MacDonald (Nurse).
Harry is looking for a man who could give a kidney transplant to his daughter, but so are two hired killers.

October 17, 1974: Eyewitness
Season 1, episode 6
W: Herman Groves   D: Richard Lang

With Margaret Avery (Ginnie Adams), James McEachin (Teaser Strock), Rosalind Cash (Shirley Drew), Ty Henderson (James Drew), George Spell (Garfield Adams), Hal Williams (Sgt. Danning), Renny Roker (Keenan), David Moody (Win Early), Leonard Simon (Sully Dale), Ed Cambridge (Benjie), John Gruber (Reager), Nathaniel Taylor (Bartender).
Harry confronts the mystery of a gangland murder and finds the only clues are provided by a single witness -- a blind teenager.

October 24, 1974: Shadows At Noon
Season 1, episode 7
W: Robert Dozier   D: Paul Wendkos

With Tom Atkins (Sgt. Cole), Guy Stockwell (Arthur Rankin), Diana Ewing (Marilyn Sidwell), Jack Mullavey (Edward Lamport), Marla Adams (Janet Rankin), David Moses (Billings), Michael Strong (Dr. Miriakin), Bob Hayes (Dr. Evans), Walker Edmiston (Dr. Kahn), Diane Shalet (Nurse Barton).
Orwell questions his sanity when he becomes a prisoner in a mental hospital where he had himself committed to help a girl he believes is sane.

October 31, 1974: Ballinger's Choice
Season 1, episode 8
W: Gene Thompson   D: Jerry Thorpe

With Juliet Mills (Mildred Ballinger), Paul Burke (Philip Ballinger), Tim McIntire (Burt Rosten), Lisa Gerritsen (Michelle March), Tom Atkins (Sgt. Cole), Mel Stewart (Ray Bardello), Victor Caroli (Harbor Master), Ken Johnson (Mechanic), John McLiam (Old Salt).
When a young woman with whom an older publisher has been having an affair is murdered, his wife is the prime suspect and his own life is endangered.

November 7, 1974: Second Sight
Season 1, episode 9
W: Gene Thompson, Barry Trivers   D: John Newland

With Tom Atkins (Sgt. Cole), Stefanie Powers (Fay Conners), Mitzi Hoag (Blanche Olney), Martin E. Brooks (Carver), Michael Baseleon (Asst. D.A. Douglas), Frank Ramirez (Dr. Hernandez), David Moses (Billings), Anne Seymour (Librarian), Millie Slavin (Receptionist), Robert Doyle (Jennings), Henry Oliver (Dr. Pearce).
A woman blinded following an accident develops the ability to forecast events including the chilling prediction that she herself is marked for death.

November 14, 1974: Material Witness
Season 1, episode 10
W: Richard Danus   D: Barry Crane

With Tom Atkins (Sgt. Cole), Barbara Anderson (Dr. Kira), Mike Farrell (Coley Harris), James Olson (Capt. Jaklin), Jerry Douglas (Dave Struder), John Evans (Case).
Harry Orwell is called back into police work when his efforts to protect a witness to a syndicate killing are jeopardized by an unknown cop "on the take".

December 5, 1974: Forty Reasons To Kill (1)
Season 1, episode 11
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Daryl Duke

With Joanna Pettet (Glenna Nielson), Broderick Crawford (John McKenzie), Craig Stevens (Ben Ryerson), Ned Romero (Deputy Gutierrez), Hilary Thompson (Laura Silver), Lou Frizzell (Sheriff Rankin), Eric Christmas (Congressman Galbraith), Craig Campfield (C.C. Jackman).
Harry investigates the murder of a free-spirited friend who was caught in a ruthless power scheme and framed for drug dealing after trying to buy 40 acres of ranch land.

December 12, 1974: Forty Reasons To Kill (2)
Season 1, episode 12
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Daryl Duke

With Joanna Pettet (Glenna Nielson), Craig Stevens (Ben Ryerson), Ned Romero (Deputy Gutierrez), Hilary Thompson (Laura Silver), William H. Bassett (Red Kramer), Lou Frizzell (Sheriff Rankin), Kevin Hagen (Prof. Fineman), Bill Quinn (Judge Bellinson), Eric Christmas (Congressman Galbraith), Eleanor Zee (Mrs. Greeson).
Framed on a homicide charge while investigating the death of a friend, Harry works frantically to clear his name and prevent a giant land swindle.

December 26, 1974: Accounts Balanced
Season 1, episode 13
W: Michael Winder, Herman Groves   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Tom Atkins (Sgt. Cole), Robert Reed (Paul Virdon), Linda Marsh (Anne Virdon), Gerrit Graham (Charles Dillon), Barry Russo (Al Stucke), E.J. Andre (Old Man), John Crawford (Coroner), Vernon Weddle (Desk Clerk), Louis Guss (Apartment Manager), Charlie Briggs (Policeman), James Jeter (Cab Driver).
When he discovers that the husband of a former girlfriend is leading a separate existence as a syndicate hit man, Harry races to save the life of one of his targets.

January 9, 1975: The Last Heir
Season 1, episode 14
W: Gene Thompson   D: Richard Lang

With Jeanette Nolan (Letty), Katherine Justice (Anne), Clifford David (Jeff), Sylvia Field (Loretta), Whit Bissell (Col. Zachary), Irene Tedrow (Helen).
Harry is stranded at a rich old woman's desert home, where one member of her family is killing off all the other potential heirs.

January 16, 1975: For The Love Of Money
Season 1, episode 15
W: David P. Harmon   D: John Newland

With Sharon Farrell (Pauline), Joe Silver (Bernie), Mariclare Costello (Emily), Bernie Kopell (Charlie), Sabrina Scharf (Kathy), Don Haggerty (Winslow), Don Eitner (Miles), Fred Beir (Frank), Kathrine Baumann (Betsy), Frances Fong (Maid), Beau Charles (Singer).
What appears to be a simple bit of burglary turns into a baffling case of murder and grand larceny.

January 23, 1975: The Confetti People
Season 1, episode 16
W: Mann Rubin, Herman Groves   D: Richard Lang

With Diana Hyland (Sandra Dawes), John Rubinstein (Jack Dawes), Scott Hylands (Luke Turner), Marsha Hunt (Eve Mendenhall), Harvey Jason (Dr. Bronson), Scott McKay (Arthur Dawes), Kay E. Kuter (Albert Black), Kathrine Baumann (Betsy), Dean Stewart (Asst. Coroner), Cynthia Towne (Ruthie).
An emotionally disturbed boy turns to Orwell for help when he is framed for murder.

January 30, 1975: Sound Of Trumpets
Season 1, episode 17
W: Larry Forrester, Robert Pirosh   D: John Newland

With Jim Backus (Ziggy), Julius Harris (Art Sully), Brenda Sykes (Ruthie Daniels), Cab Calloway (Chuck Henry), Hal Williams (Clarence), Alan Manson (Clint Kaplan), Ron Soble (Smitty), Henry Corden (Sidney Hacktel), Kathrine Baumann (Betsy), Ken Renard (Single Wing), Betty Cole (Myrna), Cynthia Lynn (Chick).
A down on his luck jazz musician is the only witness to a murder and takes a payoff to remain silent.

February 6, 1975: Silent Kill
Season 1, episode 18
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Richard Lang

With Jed Allan (Ted Gillman), Gail Strickland (Laura Mayo), James Wainwright (Ken Corby), Kathleen Lloyd (Eileen Corby), Lawrence Pressman (Alex Keller), Jack Riley (Eddie Stern), William Sylvester (Ben Lorenz), Charles Wagenheim (Hal Gordon), Len Wayland (Capt. Kronman).
Orwell attempts to prove the innocence of a deaf mute suspected of arson and murder.

February 13, 1975: Double Jeopardy
Season 1, episode 19
W: M. Gluck   D: John Newland

With Linda Dano (Barbara Milland), Kurt Russell (Todd Conway), Will Kuluva (Carl Milland), Ben Piazza (Frank Cabot), Hal Williams (Clarence), Renata Vanni (Helen Milland), Robert Cleaves (Sam Boudreau), Audrey Totter (Mrs. Dante), Paul Brinegar (Old Man).
An aspiring actor persuades Harry to protect him from a former syndicate boss who is convinced the young man killed his daughter.

February 20, 1975: Lester
Season 1, episode 20
W: Robert C. Dennis   D: Richard Lang

With Les Lannom (Lester Hodges), Jamie Smith-Jackson (Judy), Karen Gorney (Sally), Richard Schaal (Neil Valentine), Lynette Mettey (Barbara Manush), Norma Connolly (Mrs. Hodges), Ken Sansom (Mr. Hodges), Scott Newman (Randy), Allen Norman (Pierce Albright).
Orwell finds himself up against a an exceptionally cunning criminal when he tries to clear a college student suspected of murder. The youth, a student of criminology, insists on helping Harry solve the case.

February 27, 1975: Elegy For A Cop
Season 1, episode 21
W: Howard Rodman   D: Jerry Thorpe

With Sal Mineo (Broker), Kathleen Lloyd (Marilyn Quinlan), Julio Medina (Jesus Quinlan), Carmen Zapata (Mrs. Reynosa), Mel Stewart (Arvin Granger), Raymond O'Keefe (Roman Kinestino), Clay Tanner (Leon), Olan Soule (Mr. Elko), Jennifer Lee (Doll), Margaret Avery (Ruby Dome).
The fatal shooting of Harry's long-time friend Lt. Manny Quinlan sends the private eye on a personal vendetta.

March 13, 1975: Street Games
Season 1, episode 22
W: Herman Groves   D: Richard Lang

With Maureen McCormick (Nancy Wayne), Claudette Nevins (Marge Wayne), John McMurtry (Cicero Kern), Philip Sterling (Maxie Reardon), Ray Vitte (Bama), Stanley Bennett Clay (Willie Ravell), Ketty Lester (Sally Jackson), Lani O'Grady (Jean), W.T. Zacha (Cutter), Vince Martorano (Hitch), Anthony Mason (Jambo), Leslie Dalton (Gina).
A 16-year-old dope addict is a murder witness who can put away a syndicate boss -- if she lives long enough to testify.

September 11, 1975: Anatomy Of A Frame
Season 2, episode 1
W: John Meredyth Lucas   D: Jerry Thorpe

With Margaret Avery (Ruby Dome), Rene Auberjonois (Rabbit), James McEachin (Jimmy Dorn), Harold J. Stone (Capt. Gunther), Gordon Jump (Thornton Williams), John Harkins (Malcolm), William Sylvester (D.A.).
Harry masquerades as a drug pusher in an attempt to clear his friend Lt. Trench of a murder charge as the second season starts for this private eye.

September 18, 1975: One For The Road
Season 2, episode 2
W: Norman Strum   D: Harry Falk

With Larry Hagman (Bernie Roth), Carol Rossen (Jennifer Roth), Robert Loggia (Joe Becker), Susan Adams (Jean Parnell), Richard Roat (Stanley Hammer), Christopher Allport (Wayne Hadley), Frederick Herrick (Billy), John Zaremba (Dr. Fell), C. Lindsay Workman (Judge).
A successful but alcoholic attorney finds himself the prime suspect in a fatal hit-and-run and turns to Harry for help.

September 25, 1975: Lester Two
Season 2, episode 3
W: Robert C. Dennis   D: Richard Lang

With Les Lannom (Lester Hodges), Ina Balin (Sylvia Perrault), Eric Server (Rick Colmar), Loni Anderson (Linzy), Clifford David (Paul Levesque), Richard Venture (Inspector Tyrac), Maria Grimm (Marie Therese Marbot), Paul Harper (Kroner).
Smugglers kidnap Harry's stewardess friend Sue in an attempt to force him to locate missing diamonds.

October 2, 1975: Shades
Season 2, episode 4
W: Michael Sloan   D: Richard Lang

With Bill Henderson (Spencer Johnson), Anjanette Comer (Grace Duvall), Lou Gossett Jr. (Cleon Jackson), Linden Chiles (Raymond Duvall), Lincoln Kilpatrick (Nat Collins), Maidie Norman (Clara Wooster), Thayer David (Peter MacNamara), David Moody (Steele), G.W. Bailey (Garner).
A wealthy woman hires Harry to help her housekeeper, who admits to murdering a small-time blackmailer but refuses to discuss the reason, hoping to hide the fact that her employer is really her illegitimate daughter.

October 9, 1975: Portrait Of A Murder
Season 2, episode 5
W: Robert C. Dennis   D: Richard Lang

With Adam Arkin (Eric Kershaw), Katherine Helmond (Anne Kershaw), Lou Frizzell (George Kershaw), Alan Feinstein (Phil Unsworth), Allan Miller (Johnny Thayer), William Traylor (Howard Pomeroy), Jeff David (Dr. Cadbury), Rose Gregorio (Madame Dorina), Erica Yohn (Mrs. Stockdale).
Harry seeks to clear a mentally retarded man accused of strangling beautiful girls.

October 16, 1975: The Acolyte
Season 2, episode 6
W: Larry Forrester, Robert Blees, Dorothy Robinson   D: Harry Falk

With Bettye Ackerman (Laureen Lister), Sam Jaffe (Dr. Cambridge), Severn Darden (Ingo Wells), Alan Oppenheimer (Lewis Grover), Barry Atwater (Phil Austin), Kristina Holland (Kristina Ferrikson), John Calvin (Thaddeus Staffenbecker), Barbara Leigh (Gina), Joshua Shelley (Sam Linkletter), Peter Brocco (Roger Hastings), Clyde Kusatsu (Coroner).
A mentally-disturbed woman who stands to inherit a fortune becomes the prisoner of a religious sect.

October 23, 1975: Mayday
Season 2, episode 7
W: John Meredyth Lucas   D: Jerry London

With Eddie Fontaine (Ted Marion), Geoffrey Lewis (Sen. John Elton), Hildy Brooks (Jean Elton), Linda Kelsey (Karen Dorland), Jack Colvin (Willie), John Crawford (Hal Follett), Maggie Blye (Ellen Nevins), Bruce Kirby (FAA Chief), Robert Riesel (Jake Muller), Claire Brennan (Gloria), Ned Wilson (Ward Nevins), Barbara Leigh (Gina), Macon McCalman (Gordon Marks).
Harry investigates the possibility that a chartered plane crash which killed an old war buddy and paralyzed a U.S. senator was the result of sabotage.

October 30, 1975: Tender Killing Care
Season 2, episode 8
W: Norman Strum   D: Richard Lang

With Bill Henderson (Spencer Johnson), Kenneth Mars (Dr. Mangram), Howard Hesseman (Senator Lawler), Robert Ito (Chang Lee), Allan Rich (Charlie Kravitz), Bill Overton (Horace Ball), Richard Stahl (Dr. Samuelson), Janet Brandt (Mrs. Farber), Jester Hairston (Jefferson Johnson).
Harry investigates a nursing home which is apparently being used as a front for underworld dealings.

November 6, 1975: APB Harry Orwell
Season 2, episode 9
W: William R. Stratton   D: Richard Lang

With Rosanna DeSoto (Edwina), Lesley Ann Warren (Gail Stephens), Michael C. Gwynne (Randall Groves), Bill Henderson (Spencer Johnson), Fred Sadoff (Eldon Bardach), John Lupton (Walter Blanke), Joyce Easton (Mrs. Blanke), Richard Stahl (Pathologist).
The only woman who can clear Harry, who has been framed as the prime suspect in a murder and blackmail case, refuses to testify.

November 13, 1975: Group Terror
Season 2, episode 10
W: Dennis Landa   D: Russ Mayberry

With Joanna Pettet (Brenda Beach), Don Stroud (Bump), Liam Sullivan (John Grant), Linda Lavin (Alice), Mills Watson (Rusty), Jay Robinson (Karl Singleton), Mark Miller (Cary), Mary-Robin Redd (Millie), Carol Mallory (Phyllis), Dave Shelley (Simons), John Holland (Doctor).
When a psychiatrist suspects that one of her group therapy patients murdered another, she hires Harry to join them, posing as an alcoholic.

November 20, 1975: Reflections
Season 2, episode 11
W: Michael Sloan   D: Richard Lang

With Felicia Farr (Elizabeth Carson), Peter Donat (Robert Carson), Claudette Nevins (Jessica Shannon), Kermit Murdock (Dr. Swift), Andrew Robinson (Jim Bracken), Fred Scheiwiller (John Shannon).
Harry finds himself having to clear his ex-wife, Elizabeth, of suspicion of murder and track down the real culprit.

December 4, 1975: Exercise In Fatality
Season 2, episode 12
W: Kenneth Realman   D: Russ Mayberry

With Ralph Meeker (Sgt. Brannen), Nora Heflin (Missy Brannen), Karen Machon (Julie Wilson), Annazette Chase (Jean Rogers), Ray Vitte (Richie Harris), Cynthia Avila (Lynn Robeson), Claude Earl Jones (Charlie Leinback), Richard Foronjy (Sammy Wren), Carl Crudup (Catcher), Lani O'Grady (Helen), Gene Woodbury (Elroy Minor), Asher Brauner (Silk).
Harry is pitted against a pair of assasins in a race to find a pregnant woman -- the only witness to a murder for which her father was framed.

December 11, 1975: The Madonna Legacy
Season 2, episode 13
W: Michael Sloan   D: Richard C. Bennett

With Christine Belford (Karen Nesbitt), John Colicos (Walter Nesbitt), Dennis Redfield (Jonathan Nesbitt), Gwen Arner (Stella Christian), Phyllis Love (Jean MacDonald), Charles Shull (Bill Henderson), Sabrina Scharf (Jenny), Jack Riley (Barney Hamilton), Doria Cook (Joanna Costello), Joseph Stern (Ralph Costello), Carol Bagdasarian (Angela Thomas), Jane Lambert (Amy), Derek Murcott (Dr. Foster).
Harry searches for the connection between the suicide of an ex-cop and the shooting of an oil magnate the same night.

January 8, 1976: Mister Five And Dime
Season 2, episode 14
W: Robert C. Dennis   D: Richard Lang

With Les Lannom (Lester Hodges), Margaret Avery (Ruby), Michael Pataki (Bargo), J. Pat O'Malley (Bill Hoxley), Glynnis O'Connor (Gayle), Michael McGuire (Lipton), Booth Colman (Sturgis), Charles Siebert (Schaeffer), Paul Jenkins (Ludford), Douglas Dirkson (Tim Condit).
Would-be supersleuth Lester Hodges involves Harry in an intriguing case, but his bungling gets Harry in trouble with the police and government agents.

January 15, 1976: Book Of Changes
Season 2, episode 15
W: Michael Sloan, Meyer Dolinsky   D: Russ Mayberry

With Richard Kelton (Bruce Cantrell), Joanne Nail (Jamie), Russell Wiggins (Peter Wesler), John S. Ragin (John Wesler), Barbara Rhoades (Linda Maris), Rita Gam (Naomi Kline), David Healy (Mike Gorman), Byron Mabe (Ted Arlington), Lynn Storer (Medical Examiner), Barbara Cason (Kate).
A small book filled with information that could destroy many lives is stolen and Harry is hired by a gambling hall queen to find it.

January 22, 1976: Past Imperfect
Season 2, episode 16
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Richard Lang

With Susan Strasberg (Sara Webber), Tim McIntire (Carl Dawes), David Opatoshu (Sam Mirakian), Granville Van Dusen (Coleman), Edie Adams (Kate Roberti), Edward Power (Roy Garvey), Mario Gallo (Charts).
An old cardboard suitcase becomes an instrument of death despite Harry's attempts to unravel the mystery it holds.

February 19, 1976: Hostage
Season 2, episode 17
W: Michael Sloan   D: Jerry London

With Colleen Camp (Karen Bremmer), John Rubinstein (Richard Trask), George Murdock (Captain Shelldrake), Quinn Redeker (Harrison Bremmer), George Loros (Paul Lavelle), Ayn Ruymen (Virginia McBain), Bruce Glover (Nathan Carroll), Priscilla Pointer (Constance Faraday), Linda Gillen (Jill McBain), Don McGovern (Carl Devine), Hank Stohl (Jack Conlin), Robert Yuro (Jason Elliot).
Lt. Trench is taken captive and his life placed in jeopardy, putting Harry on the spot as he races the clock to save him.

February 26, 1976: Forbidden City
Season 2, episode 18
W: Robert C. Dennis   D: Richard Lang

With Tina Chen (Lisa Soong), Ramon Bieri (Sam Pace), James Hong (Lan Wuyen), Frank Michael Liu (Nathan Soong), Benson Fong (Soong Kee), Herb Voland (Sgt. Grady), Jerry Hardin (George Dillard), Suzanne Astor (Renee Hoffman).
Harry gets on the trail of black marketers when an old friend is found murdered.

March 4, 1976: Victim
Season 2, episode 19
W: John Meredyth Lucas, Michael Sloan   D: Richard Lang

With Cynthia Avila (Mary Casado), Eugene Roche (Sgt. Helmond), Michael Lerner (Wilt Kane), Cal Bellini (Frank Lito), Richard Hale (Jud Kane), Ron Joseph (Gil Mendos), Anna Berger (Mrs. Kline), Jon Lormer (Old Man), W.T. Zacha (Foreman).
A young woman charges a fellow worker with sexual assault, but when the accused man provides a strong alibi and the police drop the case, she turns to Harry Orwell to prove her claim and save her upcoming marriage.

March 11, 1976: Ruby
Season 2, episode 20
W: Michael Sloan   D: Richard Lang

With Margaret Avery (Ruby), Joseph Ruskin (Jack Macey), John McMurtry (John Cutter), Tony Burton (Peter Macklin), Stanley Bennett Clay (James Lawrence), Paulene Myers (Mrs. Highman), Ty Henderson (Gary 'Aces' Highman), John Kerry (Desmond Williams), L. Randy Martin (Carver).
A youth threatened with death refuses to help Harry clear him of a murder charge.

March 18, 1976: The Mysterious Case Of Lester And Dr. Fong
Season 2, episode 21
W: Robert Dozier   D: Jerry Thorpe

With Roddy McDowall (Arnold Applequist), Keye Luke (Dr. Creighton Fong), Anne Archer (Felicia Applequist), Judith McConnell (Sylvia Applequist), Dean Jagger (Simon Applequist), Sorrell Booke (Edward Tabor), Les Lannom (Lester Hodges), Stuart Whitman (Arthur Rubin), Richard Stahl (Dr. Samuelson), Susan Adams (Jean Parnell), Barry Atwater (Hammond).
Lester enlists the aid of Harry and an Oriental expert when his uncle is murdered and the suspicion falls on the heirs.

April 29, 1976: Death Certificate
Season 2, episode 22
W: John Meredyth Lucas   D: Russ Mayberry

With Bill Henderson (Spencer Johnson), Ruth Roman (Ethel Martel), Norman Burton (Dr. Lusk), Thom Christopher (Paul Rosenman), Denise Galik-Furey (Gloria Ross), Kiel Martin (Ed Wilkie), Susan Adams (Jean Parnell), Richard Stahl (Dr. Samuelson), Michael Alaimo (Tony Schrager).
Defying mysterious threats, two women hire Harry to find proof of malpractice against the doctor they hold responsible for the death of a man in their family. (Last show of the series.)

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