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



1970s Episode Guide for 'Ironside':


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





September 18, 1969: Alias Mr. Braithwaite
Season 3, episode 1
W: Frank Telford   D: Don Weis

With Alan Reed Jr. (Edward Bixby), Pat Priest (Goldie), Joan Swift (Police Clerk), Joseph Campanella (Baker / Braithwaite), Hank Stohl (Bank Teller), Beah Richards (Aunt Ruby), Mike Mahoney (Pickpocket), Len Wayland (Lieutenant Thomas), Phillip Pine (Stark), Steve Thomas (Desk Clerk).
A con man bilks a widow of her life's savings, unaware that she is a friend of Chief Ironside.

September 25, 1969: Goodbye To Yesterday
Season 3, episode 2
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Barry Shear

With George Murdock (Torrence), Dane Clark (Ben Ames), John Zaremba (Doctor), Vera Miles (Barbara Jones), Cloris Leachman, Michael Larrain, Murray MacLeod (Josh Williams), Slim Pickens (Sheriff), Phil Carey (Vic Richards), Eddie Firestone (Carl Sutter), Heather Harrison (Tracy Richards), Charles Kuenstle (Virgil Nathan), Melody Thomas Scott (Leslie Richards), Olive Sturgess (Nurse).
Chief Ironside is emotionally devastated when the woman he loved returns from the past to ask his help in recovering her kidnapped child.

October 2, 1969: Poole's Paradise
Season 3, episode 3
W: Richard Shapiro   D: Abner Biberman

With Fred Lerner (Officer), Gail Bonney (Emma), Steve Forrest (Sheriff Poole), Clu Gulager (D.W. Donnelly), William Smith (Deputy Hoag), Louise Latham (Diane), Med Flory (Webster), Stuart Nisbet (Deputy), Frank Baxter (Gas Station Owner).
Sgt. Brown is kidnapped by an escaped prisoner and forced to drive him to freedom in the paddy wagon.

October 9, 1969: Eye Of The Hurricane
Season 3, episode 4
W: Donn Mullally   D: Don McDougall

With Johnny Seven (Walter Simms), Michael Bow (Guard #3), Dana Elcar (Jackson Tobey), Myron Healey (Asst. Warden Owen), Virginia Gregg (Mrs. Leydon), Jackie Coogan (Terry Wilson), Arthur Space (Warden Leydon), James McEachin (Dr. Ring), John S. Ragin (Valk), Herb Robbins (Brewster), Claire Brennen (Joy), Gavin Mooney (Guard #1), Gavin James (Helicopter Pilot), Will J. White (Guard #2).
At San Quentin to visit a convict, Ironside is captured by two of the prisoners. Using the veteran lawman as a sheld, they gain entrance to the warden's home.

October 16, 1969: A Bullet For Mark
Season 3, episode 5
W: Richard Bluel   D: Richard Benedict

With Pat Renella (Jim Saunders), Robert Alda (Walter Thorne), Don 'Red' Barry (Paul Farrell), Robert Donner (Gas Station Owner), Felton Perry (Charlie Tattersall), Toni Gilman (Cecily Forbes), Don Wilbanks (Lt. Stanton), Lee Duncan (Steve Parkes), John Archer (Dr. Evans), Tracey Roberts (Head Nurse), Richard Benedict (Sock), Howard Vann (Policeman), Nick Benedict (Driver).
Mark Sanger hovers between life and death after he is shot. Ironside discovers clues which indicate Mark was the unsuspecting witness to the transfer of narcotics.

October 23, 1969: Love My Enemy
Season 3, episode 6
W: Irve Tunick   D: Don Weis

With Zolya Talma (Hilda Strommsen), Frank Wilcox (Dr. Franklin Marton), Tom Basham (Baily), James Shigeta (Il Pak Soong), Jeffrey Lynn (Winthrop Halsted), Khigh Dhiegh (Hsai Hsu Mak), Philip Ahn (Nam Feng), Ottola Nesmith (Charwoman), Bo Svenson (Baron Lars Von Gyllenskjold), Cecile Ozorio (Mei Noyen).
Ironside, with his aide Mark Sanger, travels to a Scandinavian country to supervise security of the U.S. delegation meeting to free Americans held in Red China.

October 30, 1969: Seeing Is Believing
Season 3, episode 7
W: Charles Nichols, Don Galloway   D: Barry Shear

With Norman Fell (Lt. Haines), Robert Ellenstein (Mike), Beatrice Kay (Katie), Audrey Totter (Norma Baum), Tim Herbert (Gibbs), Anne Whitfield (Julie Willis), Walter Reed (Dr. Freemont), Warren Hammack (Bobby Joe), Maurice Warfield (George).
Identified by a blowsy bar patron as the killer of a man, Sgt. Ed Brown is unable to prove that he spent the weekend alone in a mountain cabin. Chief Ironside seeks evidence to disprove the solid case being built by another detective.

November 13, 1969: The Machismo Bag
Season 3, episode 8
W: William Douglas Lansford   D: Don Weis

With Hank Reyes (Gabriel), Victor Quiroz (Mando), Angel Bojorquez (Bernie), A Martinez (Manolo Rodriguez), Vito Scotti (Manuel Rodriguez Sr.), Mort Mills (Lt. Rambeau), Socorro Serrano (Dolores Sanchez), Willis Bouchey (Judge), Mario Aniov (Liano), Jose De Vega (Joey).
A youthful Mexican-American militant finds himself in trouble with the San Francisco police when he's suspected of planning a riot against those who have allegedly brought disgrace to the Sons of Montezuma.

November 20, 1969: Programmed For Danger
Season 3, episode 9
W: True Boardman   D: John Florea

With Roger Perry (Roy Flynn), Anne Baxter (Alice Flynn), Herbert Anderson (Jim Saunders), Dick Latessa (Harry Kane), Bobbi Jordan (Cheryl Renner), Adrienne Marden (Mrs. Hansen), Heath Jobes (Karl David), Barbara Mattes (Veronica Keel).
When subscribers to a "meet your mate" computer service are assailed, Ironside and his staff confront the service's owner who, with her brother, are prime suspects. Using Eve Whitfield as bait, a trap is set to flush out the criminal.

November 27, 1969: Five Miles High
Season 3, episode 10
W: Paul Schneider, Margaret Schneider   D: Don Weis

With Frank Aletter (Bolen), Milton Selzer (Jack Brady), Robert DoQui (Jimmy Otis), Dorothy Green (Irene Wilson), Joe Mantell (Sid Leppich), Norma Crane (Linda Brady), Michael Sevareid (Donald Wilson), George Cisar (George Tubbs), Barbara Sanford (Miss Rossi), Gavin James (First Officer), Sandy Ward (Pilot), Regis Cordic (Captain Lasker).
Taking an important witness from Hawaii to San Francisco by plane, Ironside discovers that a fellow passenger is a hitman. He has to find out who is trying to kill his witness before the plane lands; but there may be more than one person trying to claim the reward for an open contract.

December 4, 1969: L'Chayim
Season 3, episode 11
W: Mort Thaw   D: Anton M. Leader

With Bill Quinn (Mr. Royce), Stephen Coit (Packer), Stephen Liss (Allie), Hilly Hicks (Digby), Hal Frederick (Reverend Hanley), Shelly Novack (Jim Trannon), David Opatoshu (Rabbi Farber), Greg Mullavey (Clay Royce), Lillian Adams (Mrs. Farber).
An ancient Torah is stolen from a modest temple, and an innocent group of Negro youngsters are accused of the theft.

December 11, 1969: Beyond A Shadow
Season 3, episode 12
W: Martha Wilkerson   D: Richard Benedict

With Simon Scott (John Lowell), James McCallion (Harrington), Dana Wynter (Tracy Oliver), Mort Sahl (Len Leavitt), Russ Conway (Howard Wycoff), Harold Ayer (Clemmons), Michael Fox (Dr. Leonard Marcus).
The suicide attempt by a widowed socialite, acquitted of a murder charge, brings a TV news commentator to the hospital to record the sight of a "guilty" woman repenting.

January 8, 1970: Dora
Season 3, episode 14
W: Frank Chase   D: John Florea

With Shannon Farnon (Karen Copeland), Johnny Silver (Director), Ann Doran (Dora Copeland), Barbara Rhoades (Kathy Loring), Stewart Moss (Paul Copeland), Hank Brandt (Del Laven), Walter Brooke (Roth), Sidney Clute (Peck), Fabian Dean (Mario), Lenore Kingston (Carol Turner), Bruce Kirby (Buyer).
Am ambitious member of a crime syndicate, attempting to impress his organization, tries to take over San Francisco's Wholesale Produce Market.

January 22, 1970: Beware The Wiles Of A Stranger
Season 3, episode 15
W: Robert Earll   D: Don Weis

With John Ericson (Fred), Stacy Harris (Gordon), William Boyett (Cop), Harry Harvey (Day Clerk), Byron Mabe (Night Clerk), Dan Kemp (Police Lieutenant), Tina Louise (Candy).
After giving a lift to a girl hitchhiker, Mark unintentionally joins forces with a trio of gunmen who have held up a private poker club.

January 29, 1970: Eden Is The Place We Leave
Season 3, episode 16
W: John Kneubuhl   D: Daniel Petrie

With Maidie Norman (Shaw's Mother), Patrick Adiarte (Loi Tala), John Marley (Matai), Jill Townsend (Betty), Sandy Kenyon (Bucky Crawford), Ruth McDevitt (Landlady), Ella Edwards (Sarah), Harold Fong (Waiter), Jimmy Lennon Sr. (Ring Announcer), Morris Erby (Shaw's Father).
A prominent boxer of Samoan descent announces his decision to quit the ring and the act brings forth the wrath of his fellow Samoan clan members. Ironside and the fighter's girlfriend try to sway the thinking of the clan, as the young man suffers the physical and mental wrath of a clan beating.

February 5, 1970: The Wrong Time, The Wrong Place
Season 3, episode 17
W: Sy Salkowitz, Norman Borisoff   D: John Florea

With Paul Carr (Maxon), Stuart Thomas (Bellman), Ken Drake (Riker), Tiffany Bolling (Vivian), Frank Maxwell (Walker), George Petrie (Webber), Peggy Stewart (Maggie Winstead), Edward Blessington (Ford).
A movie starlet gets involved in a search for bank robbers when her flight arrives in San Francisco at the same time as the plane carrying the thieves. Ironside's aide, Ed Brown, finds her irresistable and falls in love with the actress, who fights an internal battle over her feelings for him and her loathing of the problems in which law officers are involved.

February 12, 1970: Return To Fiji
Season 3, episode 18
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Don Weis

With Alan Caillou (Devon), Anne Collings (Marcia Branford), John Orchard (Wayne), Ken Renard (Anthony), Bernard Fox (Dr. Stauffer), Larry D. Mann (John Barnesworth), Alan Napier (Walter Branford), Betty Waldron (Hotel Clerk), Gerald S. Peters (Hines).
Ironside's quiet vacation in Fiji turns into personal danger for him when he uncovers facts about an island group plotting to aid an enemy power.

February 19, 1970: Ransom
Season 3, episode 19
W: Arthur Weingarten   D: Abner Biberman

With John Saxon (Eric Saginor), Michael Walker (Chris), Fritz Weaver (Paul Friedland), Carla Borelli (Susan Saginor), Richard Dillon (Parking Attendant), Art Metrano (Pucci), Natividad Vacio (Israel Rivera).
The unhappy wife of a bank executive is seized by kidnappers in the parking lot of a restaurant following a luncheon with officer Eve Whitfield. Eve's attempt to avert the crime results in both women being held hostage by a trio of kidnappers.

February 26, 1970: One Hour To Kill
Season 3, episode 20
W: Sandy Stern   D: Richard Benedict

With Robert Lipton (Jimmy Chard), Henry Corden (Lecturer), Ralph Manza (Pizza Maker), Lavelle Roby (Liz), Nick Benedict (Police Driver), Chuck Morrell (Telephone Repairman).
Chief Ironside becomes the target of a psychopath's vengeance plan. With Eve and Ed at the opera and Mark attending night classes in law school, Ironside gets a phone call warning him he will be dead before the evening ends.

March 5, 1970: Warrior's Return
Season 3, episode 21
W: Irv Pearlberg   D: Don Weis

With Ned Romero (John Walala), Michael Conrad (Frank O'Neill), DeForest Kelley (Fowler), George Keymas (Tomas), Stephen McNally (Amos Leavitt), Neal Nixon (Officer Martin), Lois Red Elk (Barbara Cheppa), Don Wilbanks (Lt. Thayler), Darwin Joston (Craig Cheppa), Ron Foster (Dr. Griffith), Dabbs Greer (Mr. Carew), Helen Baron (Mrs. Carew).
Ironside fights to save an organization dedicated to rehabilitation of ex-convicts when one of the members is accused of a jewel theft.

March 12, 1970: Little Jerry Jessup
Season 3, episode 22
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Don Weis

With Michael Bell (Al Carter), Rita Conde (Mrs. Mendares), Kenneth Tobey (Lt. Reynolds), Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. (Mendares), William Shatner (Marty Jessup), Mitch Vogel (Jerry Jessup), Nancy Malone (Lydia Jessup), Byron Bradley (Officer Bolton).
Ironside has the distasteful task of informing a convicted burglar that his wife has been slain by an intruder in their home.

March 26, 1970: Good Will Tour
Season 3, episode 23
W: Norman Katkov   D: Robert Day

With Bradford Dillman (Crown Prince Mikhail), Michael Bow (Burly Guy), Ben Wright (Peter Mysodon), Wesley Addy (Boudaris), Claudia Bryar (Laura), Pitt Herbert (Victor), Morgan Jones (Vince).
A visiitng crown prince is the target of hostle forces during a late-night tour of San Francisco.

April 2, 1970: Little Dog, Gone
Season 3, episode 24
W: Frank Telford   D: Don Weis

With Belinda Montgomery (Maria), Marsha Hunt (Cissie), Leo G. Carroll (Trevor), Martin West (Derek Brenner), Frank Puglia (Jose Fuente), Abner Biberman (Denby), Lenore Shanewise (Abigail MacAdams), Darien Daniels (Rachel), George Spell (Jerry), Jeanne Sorel (Gladys), Squire Fridell (Attendant).
A dognapper whose victims are pets of San Francisco socialites turns the chief into a dogcatcher.

April 9, 1970: Tom Dayton Is Loose Among Us
Season 3, episode 25
W: Francine Carroll   D: Don McDougall

With Lorraine Gary (Miss Kirk), Bill Bixby (Tom Dayton), William Bramley (Ken Hansen), William Smithers (Farley), Ross Elliott (Dr. Morton), Linda Galloway (Anne Carson), Amzie Strickland (Mrs. Barnes), Julie McCarthy (Mary Dayton), Paul Ehrmann (Jerry Gold), Russell Thorson (Mr. Farr), Ron Pinkard (Officer), Harry Lauter (Detective).
A psychopathic killer's parole from prison triggers Det. Sgt. Ed Brown's resentment because the man was responsible for his fiancee's death.





September 17, 1970: A Killing Will Occur
Season 4, episode 1
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: Don Weis

With Dane Clark (Vern Enrich), Ira Cook (Reporter), Joan Swift (Waitress), Darlene Conley (Landlady), Barry Brown (Charles Borrow), Ted Hartley (Mr. Mather), Virginia Gregg (Mrs. Borrow), Diane Sayer (Hank).
Chief Ironside receives a mysterious series of phone calls warning him that "a killing will occur". As the calls continue, Ironside learns when, but not where, the killing will take place. His search leads him to the restaurant of a one-armed man.

September 24, 1970: No Game For Amateurs
Season 4, episode 2
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: John Florea

With Martin Sheen (Johnny Ballantine), Carl Reindel (Richy Bolton), Tony Brande (Arnie Lande), Michael Christian (Roger), Lew Brown (Edwards), Michael Greer (Phil), Pamela McMyler (Nancy O'Dwyer), Casey MacDonald (Peggy), Barbara Smith (Folk Singer), Ken Drake (Bartender).
Ironside and staff seek the killer of a witness in a government trial in the ranks of an anti-war group dedicated to the assistance of young men evading the draft.

October 1, 1970: The Happy Dreams Of Hollow Men
Season 4, episode 3
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Don Weis

With Joseph Campanella (Harry Peters), Lloyd Battista (Mickey Blain), Harry Lauter (Al), Bruce Kirby (Ben), Warren Hammack (Clerk).
A happy weekend in a mountain cabin turns into a nightmare for the chief when a blizzard strands him with a drug addict whose supply has run out.

October 8, 1970: The People Against Judge McIntyre
Season 4, episode 4
W: Liam O'Brien   D: Abner Biberman

With George Murdock (Lee R. Anderson), Jason Wingreen (Ben), James Daly (Judge McIntyre), Tyne Daly (Joanna Leigh), Mala Powers (Mrs. McIntyre), Alan Hale Jr. (Goodman), Thomas Stuart (Jones), Luanne Roberts (Registration Clerk), Michael Payne (Intern).
The re-creation of a famous murder trial by Mark Sanger's night law school class triggers an attempt on the life of the professor and brings an investigation by the chief and hs staff.

October 15, 1970: Noel's Gonna Fly
Season 4, episode 5
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Don Weis

With Jill Banner (Judy Blue), Tim Considine (Ricky Tower), Richard Basehart (Noel Seymour), Dorothy Green (Mrs. Seymour), Michael Ontkean (Man), Janice Pennington (Wife), Nancy Vogel (Nancy), Ed Peck (Herb Cranston), James W. Gavin (Officer Rankin), Milton Frome (Dan King), Lorraine Gary (Elaine Potter).
A businessman, broken by a routine job and family responsibility, attempts to escape his burdens by searching for some meaning within the hippie world.

October 22, 1970: A Lonely Way To Go
Season 4, episode 6
W: Donn Mullally   D: Richard Benedict

With Johnny Seven (Lt. Carl Reese), Carl Betz (Talley), Donna Ouellette (Kathy Dana), Paul Micale (Cabbie), Dennis McCarthy (Joe), Sidney Clute (Leone), Jeanne Cooper (Mrs. Talley), Denny Miller (Matt Raddin).
San Francisco police refuse to be drawn into accepting a murder confession by a leading financial figure when his story of jealousy and revenge fails to hold up.

October 29, 1970: Check, Mate: And Murder (1)
Season 4, episode 7
W: Sandy Stern   D: David Lowell Rich

With Karin Dor (Jeanine Duvalier), Richard Angarola (Doorman), Alan Bergmann (Pierre Fougere), William Lanteau (Arnold Beckman), Ivor Francis (Claude), Alain Patrick (Robert Duvalier), Maria Grimm (Claudette), Michael Sugich (Henri), Emile Genest (Frank Rousseau), Hermione Gingold (Ernestine Mugford).
Ironside renews an old love in Montreal and becomes involved with terrorist bombings and an international robbery.

November 5, 1970: Check, Mate: And Murder (2)
Season 4, episode 8
W: Sandy Stern   D: David Lowell Rich

With Emile Genest (Frank Rousseau), Karin Dor (Jeanine Duvalier), Alan Bergmann (Pierre Fougere), John van Dreelen (Carl Shiller), William Lanteau (Arnold Beckman), Hermione Gingold (Ernestine Mugford), Alain Patrick (Robert Duvalier), Herbert Anderson (Karp), Maria Grimm (Claudette), Michael Sugich (Henri), Ben Baker (Counterman), Jack Raine (Jack Gillingham), Mark de Vries (Bert Manetta).
Ironside solves the murder of a colleague, mistakenly attributed to political causes, and renews a romance with a beautiful widow.

November 12, 1970: Too Many Victims
Season 4, episode 9
W: Irv Pearlberg   D: Corey Allen

With Paul Carr (Dr. Burroughs), Lincoln Kilpatrick (Tom Reinike), Andrew Rubin (Frank), Eddie Ryder (Klemin), Alex Kravett (Pete Jordan), Forrest Tucker (Milt Stein), Kathleen Lloyd (Barbara Stein), Jonathan Steele (Marty Beale).
A police officer illegally traps a dope pusher who has involved his daugther.

November 19, 1970: The Man On The Inside
Season 4, episode 10
W: Brad Radnitz, Sy Salkowitz   D: Don McDougall

With Gail Bonney (Landlady), Roger Perry (Mike Sidney), Simon Scott (Carmine De Bello), Michael Bell (Lennie Josephs), Than Wyenn (Hikey Komack), Judson Pratt (Parrish), Joseph Mell (Matty), Gerald S. O'Loughlin (Lt. Jimmy Burwell).
Ironside is framed as an informer giving inside information to narcotics pushers.

December 3, 1970: Backfire
Season 4, episode 11
W: Frank Telford   D: John Florea

With Johnny Seven (Lt. Carl Reese), Robert F. Lyons (Garvie Durko), James Wainwright (Gerry Foster), Kay Peters (Charlotte), Robert H. Harris, Sallie Shockley (Elly), Vaughn Taylor (James Dawson), Lou Krugman (Dolan).
Mark Sanger, who is attending law school while assisting the chief, brings Ironside and his staff into an embarrassing investigation when a school assignment triggers the reopening of a murder case.

December 10, 1970: The Laying On Of Hands
Season 4, episode 12
W: Tom Seller   D: Don McDougall

With Edward Faulkner (Frank Wickham), Rita Conde (Mrs. Esteban), Alan Hewitt (Harley), Paul Fix (Barney), Phyllis Love (Jeannie Wickham), Dort Clark (Sam), Charles Lampkin (Truck Driver), David Barton (Pablo Esteban).
The chief finds himself in the world of those who put their trust in faith healers when a friend requests him to check into a seedy gathering at which a 14-year-old healer is performing.

December 17, 1970: This Could Blow Your Mind
Season 4, episode 13
W: Stephen J. Cannell, Sy Salkowitz   D: James Neilson

With Bradford Dillman (William Danner), George Grizzard (Larry), John Lupton (Dr. Freeman), Jerry Douglas (Fenton), Anne Whitfield (Receptionist), Ann Doran (Mrs. Briggs), Regina Gleason (Mrs. Danner), Tod Andrews (Guard), John Cliff (Night Watchman).
A gangland "enforcer" tries to use a psychological testing center to force Chief Ironside to reveal the hiding place of an informer.

December 31, 1970: Blackout
Season 4, episode 14
W: Robert Pirosh   D: Don McDougall

With Bill Quinn (Sgt. Reddick), James McEachin (Desk Officer), Fred Holliday (Policeman #2), Jack Albertson (Dave Spangler), Sandy Kenyon (Kinney), Roman Gabriel (Holloway), Allen Jaffe (Jonesy), Myron Healey (Brill), Carol Saunders (Office Clerk), John S. Ragin (Policeman #1).
When a power station blackout paralyzes a major portion of San Francisco, Chief Ironside and his staff assist members of the police department. It becomes a tense evening for Ironside when he meets an old friend on the force who has been jealous of him.

January 7, 1971: The Quincunx
Season 4, episode 15
W: Max Hodge   D: Don Weis

With David Carradine (Luke Roberts), Michael Blodgett (Matthew Roberts), Carla Borelli (Jan Gaylord), Bob Hastings (George Norene), Mabel Albertson (Laura May Tomer), Paul Bryan (Henry Volkel), David Moody (Barney), Ed Deemer (Officer Hugh Flynn), Than Wyenn (Coroner).
When Eve's college friend, a member of a trio of folk singers, fails to meet her at a San Francisco nightclub as prearranged, Eve tries to find her.

January 21, 1971: From Hruska With Love
Season 4, episode 16
W: Richard Shapiro   D: Alf Kjellin

With Mario Alcalde (Orlando Fuentes), Mischa Hausserman (Anton Hlinka), Ron Soble (Bouchet), John Archer (Professor Appleton), Robert Contreras (Guillermo), Rudolph Acosta (Mexican Police Chief), Lee Casey (Emiliano), Charles Wagenheim (Gas Station Attendant), Diana Hyland (Hruska).
The Chief and his staff are placed on detached duty with the State Department to arrange the exchange of a Czechoslovakian movie actress for an American professor against whom similar spy charges have been leveled by the Communists.

January 28, 1971: The Target
Season 4, episode 17
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Don Weis

With Earl Holliman (Gordy Brokaw), Vincent Van Patten (Sonny Brokaw), Dennis Olivieri (Mel Jackson), Luana Anders (Nina Loring), Darwin Joston (Ned Harrison), Glenn Stensel (Officer), William Vaughan (Bomb Squad Man), Joe Mantell (Franklin), Warren Parker (Neighbor), Wendy Howard (Neighbor), Viola Harris (Witness), Bob Gravage (2nd Watchman), Gilman Rankin (1st Watchman).
An ex-con is determined to make a new start for the sake of his motherless boy, but realizes his job as a demolition expert for a construction company is jeopardized by a racket.

February 4, 1971: A Killing At The Track
Season 4, episode 18
W: Max Hodge, Robert Pirosh   D: Don McDougall

With Joel Grey (Eddie Yeager), Ron Ely (Scott Bradley), Dana Elcar (Bill O'Brien), Sherry Lansing (Marcia Yeager), Frank Corsentino (Al Cochran), Al Hopson (Assistant Vet), Karl Swenson (Vet), Don Ross (Lab Technician).
When a jockey takes three bad spills, causing his mount to lose important races, race track officials ask Chief Ironside and his staff to investigate.

February 11, 1971: Escape
Season 4, episode 19
W: Adrian Spies   D: John Florea

With Robert Ellenstein (James B. Gerard), Nate Esformes (Juan Moreno), Len Wayland (Shaller), Cal Bellini (Lt. Fernando Mercado), Bill Baldwin (Reporter), Priscilla Garcia (Stewardess), Scutter McKay (Copy Boy), Scott Glenn (Lonnie Burnett), Victoria Racimo, Nico Minardos.
Proud Latin-American brothers, determined to bring a murderer to justice, come to the attention of the chief and his staff, who counsel prudence in the absence of evidence.

February 18, 1971: Love, Peace, Brotherhood And Murder
Season 4, episode 20
W: Robert Earll, Sy Salkowitz   D: Don Weis

With Angel Tompkins (Kerry), Ella Edwards (Rhoda), David Bailey (Richard Bonner), Karen Arthur (Marge Bonner), Kristin Helmore (Virginia), Marcheline Bertrand (Connie), Chuck Bowman (Officer), Robert Lipton (Alfred), Barry Cahill (1st Doctor), Jan Fisher (Melissa), Ron Pinkard (Jim Washington), Robert Lang (Art Mayo), Ron Castro (Victor), Walter Reed (Sgt. Dickerson), Irene Tedrow (Elderly Woman), Kenneth O'Brien (Kerwin Morgan), Sally Struthers (Sandy Fonda).
The death by heroin injection of an actress, prior to the audition of a new production, finds Ironside on the scene along with several theater hopefuls -- several with motives for murder.

February 25, 1971: The Riddle In Room Six
Season 4, episode 21
W: Stephen J. Cannell   D: John Florea

With Karen Bouchard (Laura Harwell), Wayne Heffley (Norman Corbit), Bruce Edwards (Jury Foreman), William Stevens (Sheriff), George Petrie (Dr. Gregory), Anna Navarro (Mrs. Molina), Andrew Duggan (Everett Ward), Marsha Hunt (Judge Kline), Paul Stevens (Howard Benson), Joe Maross (Bill Turner), Anthony Eisley (Howard Benson).
Convinced that a gangster has fixed a member of a jury without the knowledge of his respected lawyer, Ironside and his staff narrow the suspects to four members of an impaneled jury.

March 4, 1971: The Summer Soldier
Season 4, episode 22
W: Jameson Brewer   D: Don Weis

With Magda Harout (Zabelle), Robert Patten (Officer Frost), Joyana Frederics (Belly Dancer), Theodore Bikel (Arschag Divinian), Walter Koenig (Leo), Linda Marsh (Adrina), Andrew Rubin (Ara), Vincent Beck (Uncle Bedros).
An elderly Armenian is blackmailed by a pair of delinquent nephews. The old man is afraid of going to the police untl Chief Ironside teaches him a lesson in American history.

March 11, 1971: The Accident
Season 4, episode 23
W: William Douglas Lansford, Irv Pearlberg   D: Don Weis

With Bill Fletcher (Frank Hansen), Jay Novello (Carl Sloan), Ahna Capri, Edward Binns (Charlie Culver), Chelsea Brown (Andrea Babcock), Juanita Moore (Melissa Babcock), Charles Drake (Simon Thomas), Noah Keen (Dr. Robinson).
Mark Sanger suffers torment after his van knocks down a woman pedestrian. But Ironside learns that the victim has a long history of defrauding insurance companies.

March 18, 1971: A Lesson In Terror
Season 4, episode 24
W: Donn Mullally   D: James Neilson

With Johnny Seven (Lt. Carl Reese), David Moses (Photographer), Charlie Jones (Announcer), Paul Langton (Judge), Andrew MacHeath (Ben), Eric James (Jess Belfort), David Burk (Carter Houseman), Heather North (Lori), Simon Oakland (Berringer Sr.), Brad David (Ted Berringer), Christina Crawford (Edie), David Soul (Roy Harris).
The son of an attorney allows himself to be kidnapped by a group of terrorists, hoping to be used as a hostage to free a political prisoner.

April 1, 1971: Grandmother's House
Season 4, episode 25
W: Preston Wood   D: Don Weis

With Alyscia Maxwell (Nurse), Jessie Royce Landis (Margaret Brainard), Burr DeBenning (Peter Brainard), Bill Vint (Lace Chambers), Solomon Sturges (Robby Nichols), Gary Morgan (Tim Loudon), Clarke Gordon (Martin Cahill), Harold Fong (Houseman), Nevada Spencer (Alice), Craig Guenther (Officer Myers), Quinn O'Hara (Vangie).
A San Francisco dowager's purse is stolen and she uses her influence to get Ironside to hande the simple case personally -- because she was carrying $200,000 worth of jewels at the time.

April 15, 1971: Walls Are Waiting
Season 4, episode 26
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Barry Shear

With Elliott Montgomery (Mr. Thompson), Luanne Roberts (Dr. Ellis), Robert Ito (Officer), Morris Buchanan (Arthur Torin), William Shatner (Don Brand), Roger C. Carmel (Mike Elman), Michael Larrain (Ted Morgan), Lazaro Perez (Tommy Sanchez), Patricia Mattick (Millie).
A parole officer's life is threatened by an embittered parolee because of the rough treatment he gets.





September 14, 1971: The Priest Killer
Season 5, episode 1
W: Joel Oliansky, Robert Van Scoyk   D: Richard Colla

With George Kennedy (Sarge), Louise Latham (Martha Gordon), Anthony Zerbe (Vincent Wiertel), Robert Sampson (Father Dennis McMurtry), Peter Brocco (Father Miles).
Tonight's drama serves to introduce Sarge, in a preview of the new series. In tonight's story, Chief Ironside aides an ex-priest in tracking down a deranged killer who has slain three priests.

September 21, 1971: Contract: Kill Ironside
Season 5, episode 2
W: Stephen Karpf, Elinor Karpf   D: Don Weis

With James Olson (Bosner), Marion Ross (Gloria Bosner), Phillip Pine (Joe Rossi), Joyce Jameson (Mrs. Akerman).
Elizabeth Baur joins the regular cast as Officer Fran Belding as the series returns for its fifth year. In the premiere, Ironside becomes the target for a professional killer just when the Chief's legal vendetta against a syndicate czar is about to succeed.

September 28, 1971: The Professionals
Season 5, episode 3
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Don Weis

With Johnny Seven (Carl Reese), Lynette Mettey (Vera), James Drury (Al Young), Michael Lerner (Joe Yarby).
Chief Ironside calls on Inspector Reese to pose as an out-of-town visitor in a scheme to crack a ring of credit card thieves.

October 5, 1971: The Gambling Game
Season 5, episode 4
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Don Weis

With Johnny Seven (Lt. Reese), Richard Angarola (Bernie Wilson), Russ Conway (Captain Edwards), John Lupton (Eddie Rogers), Donald Woods (Dr. Latham), Bobby Darin (Charlie), Madlyn Rhue (Betty), Van Williams (Sgt. Hawkins), Clifford David (Joe Julian).
Elizabeth Baur is introduced as Officer Fran Belding, a neophyte policewoman whose personal investigation of gangland gambling almost ruins a police crackdown on the gangsters.

October 12, 1971: Ring Of Prayer
Season 5, episode 5
W: Jack Morse   D: Don Weis

With Ray Walston (Walter), Barbara Rush (Mme. Jabez), Paul Stewart (Ben Hopkins).
Ironside's investigation of the mysterious death of a man about to be paroled from prison draws him into the world of the occult.

October 19, 1971: In The Line Of Duty
Season 5, episode 6
W: Mark Rodgers   D: Don McDougall

With Stuart Randall (Jack Campbell), Michael DeLano (Public Defender Hubert), Regina Fenderson (District Attorney Demarest), Ann Doran (Marlene Whittaker), Brandon de Wilde (Christopher), Vera Miles (Gloria Campbell), Bill Burnside (Golden Gate Bandit), Ned Romero (Sgt. Raul Garcia), George Wallace (Judge Amato), Ross Elliott (Samuel Cohen), Kathryn Kelly Wiget (Joanna Malin).
Chief Ironside's investigation into the death of an old friend, Officer Jack Campbell, reveals an unexplained connection between his widow and a hostile youth accused of his murder.

October 26, 1971: Joss Sticks And Wedding Bells
Season 5, episode 7
W: Martin Roth   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Soon-Teck Oh (Kwangsoo Yun), Dana Elcar (Joe Markham), Miko Mayama (Chong Lee).
Chief Ironside lends a hand when the fiancee of his Korean foster daughter is accused of robbing his employer.

November 2, 1971: Murder Impromptu
Season 5, episode 8
W: Max Hodge   D: Don Weis

With Roddy McDowall (Jamie Shannon), Joey Forman (Lennie Blake), Barbara Rush (Marcia Connell).
A vicious member of a San Francisco improvisational theater group is murdered during a performance with Chief Ironside in the audience.

November 9, 1971: Dear Fran
Season 5, episode 9
W: Edward DeBlasio   D: Don Weis

With Victor Holchak (Ralph Broderick), Christine Belford (Sue Broderick), Anthony James (Neighbor), M. Emmet Walsh (Telegraph Clerk), Peggy Rea (Landlady), James B. Sikking (Officer).
Officer Fran Belding is stricken with grief by the apparent suicide of a cousin, until strange events lead her to believe he's still alive.

November 16, 1971: If A Body See A Body
Season 5, episode 10
W: Max Hodge   D: Don McDougall

With Patricia Delany (Sally Carlson), San Christopher (Elizabeth Collin), Bill Zuckert (John Porter Thompson), Gail Peters (Doris Griffin), Fred Holliday (FBI Agent Bob Hill), Linda Galloway (Carol Palmer), Guy Lee (Roy Eng), Beth Brickell (Karen Muller), Brian Avery (Sgt. Larry Carr), Lawrence Casey (Ted Carlson), Charles Bateman (FBI Agent Bill Murray), Lee H. Montgomery (Craig), Warren Berlinger (Joe Muller).
Det. Sgt. Ed Brown calls upon a youngster to corroborate his story of finding a body in the park, which has since disappeared.

November 23, 1971: The Good Samaritan
Season 5, episode 11
W: Frank Telford   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Michael Callan (Cpl. William Eller), Diana Muldaur (Capt. Pauline Daniels), Warren Stevens (Lt. Col. Orville Hazlett), Don 'Red' Barry (Warrant Officer Harry Wilke), Robert Pratt (Cpl. Larry Hayes), D'Urville Martin (Cpl. Lester Howe), Bryan Montgomery (Pfc. Jerry Kovak), Kristin Helmore (WAC Sgt. Mildred Peterson).
Sgt. Ed Brown, shot while apprehending a burglar, is saved by the application of a tourniquet by a good samaritan who then disappears. Investigation uncovers that Brown's savior is an AWOL serviceman fleeing from a murder charge.

November 25, 1971: Gentle Oaks
Season 5, episode 12
W: Michael Fisher   D: Robert Clouse

With Ruth Roman (May Skinner), Harry Townes (Dr. Perry), John Carradine (Isiah Witt).
The chief masquerades as a crotchety senior citizen in an effort to discover if a nurse and doctor are deliberately "dispatching" patients.

December 2, 1971: License To Kill
Season 5, episode 13
W: Donn Mullally   D: Don Weis

With David Carradine (Frank Carlson), James McEachin (Jerry Maxon), Roger Perry (Randy Keating), Tad Horino (Wing Yee), Ralph Manza (Emilio), Art Balinger (Walter Field), Richard Anderson (Rod Ballard), Michael Conrad (Tracy), Gloria Calomee (Iris Maxon), Joshua Bryant (Reuben Colter), Jackie Coogan (Buster Logan).
The chief and his staff attempt to unearth evidence to prove an accused police officer innocent of a hoodlum's murder.

December 16, 1971: Class Of '57
Season 5, episode 14
W: Robert Earll, Sy Salkowitz   D: James Neilson

With Johnny Seven (Lt. Carl Reese), Ellen Tucker (Mary), Christian Juttner (Eddie), Jerry Fogel (Roger Jameson), Marlyn Mason (Ann Garfield), Charles Knox Robinson (Bernie Simmons), Gary Crosby (Steve Owen), Denis Jay (Tom), Carol Shelyne (Connie Richmond), Joseph Hindy (Tony), Alex Henteloff (Frank), Fredd Wayne (Arthur Greene).
Det. Ed Brown's reunion with a lovely widow, his former high school girlfriend, turns sour when he suspects she has knowledge about the criminal activites of another classmate.

December 23, 1971: No Motive For Murder
Season 5, episode 15
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Kay Shimatsu (Yamashita), Lloyd Kino (Saburo Tokahisa), Bob Okazaki (Watanabe), Irvin Paik (Shinji Watari), George Takei (Tsutomu Watari), James Shigeta (Tamaka).
The Chief travels to Tokyo to prevent the murder of a Japanese officer who befriended him in the final days of World War II. When the former military man learns that his son contacted Ironside he becomes very angry, and so do the Tokyo police.

December 30, 1971: But When She Was Bad
Season 5, episode 16
W: Alvin Boretz   D: Corey Allen

With Suzanne Pleshette (Shelley Kingman), Dane Clark (Roy Lewis), Johnny Seven (Inspector Reese).
A former B-girl is assigned by underworld bosses to set Chief Ironside up for assassination to prevent his pursuit of a mobster. But Ironside's unexpected kindness to the girl confuses her, and her own safety is at stake because she can't fulfill her task.

January 6, 1972: Unreasonable Facsimile
Season 5, episode 17
W: Merwin Gerard   D: Don Weis

With Burgess Meredith (Harry Coltrane), Susan Seaforth (Ellen Packer), Bernie Kopell (George Packer), Frank Aletter (Frank Clawson).
A charming ex-vaudevillian and reformed bank robber, whose "trademark" in robberies was a scar-faced makeup, discovers an imitator is at work.

January 13, 1972: Find A Victim
Season 5, episode 18
W: Irv Pearlberg   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With Pat Hingle (Lou Karns), Fred Lerner (Stanley), Paul Winfield (Benson), Morgan Paull (Pete), John Cliff (Johnson), Dean Smith (Thaler), Glen Vernon (Shipley), Jimmy Pelham (Speedy Robbins), Philip Kenneally (Frankie Kellner), Norman Leavitt (Peter Ferguson), Mike Road (Storey), Charo (Dancer), Robert Emhardt (Willford).
The proprietor of a "halfway house" for men newly released from prison is a self-styled Robin Hood who takes from rich mobsters and gives to poor reformed criminals.

January 20, 1972: And Then There Was One
Season 5, episode 19
W: Fred Freiberger   D: Arnold Laven

With Harrison Page (Sid Potter), Pamela Jones (Helen Potter), Felton Perry (Mustafa), Percy Rodrigues (Mohammed), Richard Young (Steve Winters), Scott Hylands (Joe Grainger), Rick Arnold (Eldon Link), Bo Hopkins (Gregg Hewitt), Vic Tayback (Henry Garrison), Virginia Gregg (Miss Wilson), Frank Maxwell (Major Haggerty), Karen Carlson (Gracie Atkins), Phillip Clark (Vince Atkins), Christine Dixon (Marge).
A Vietnam war vet is killed by a grenade and Ironside finds among the suspects the members of the veteran's squad.

January 27, 1972: Death By The Numbers
Season 5, episode 20
W: Francine Carroll   D: Don Weis

With Michael Fox (Dr. Albert Gold), Shelly Novack (Matt Newell), Bobby Bass (Mr. Gordon), Burr DeBenning (Hank Logan), Jacqueline Scott (Felice Evans), William Katt (Jimmy), Marilyn Erskine (Mrs. Gordon), George Murdock (Jim Peters).
The chief discerns a pattern to a number of murders when the victims are found to have plastic numbered discs in their possession. He then persuades an eccentric parole board member to impersonate him to track down the killer.

February 3, 1972: Bubble, Bubble, Toil And Murder
Season 5, episode 21
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With Paul Carr (Gerald Barker), Lee Paul (Billy Mahan), Rod Serling (Witches Shopkeeper), Anne Whitfield (Carol Barker), Milton Selzer (Mr. Gold), John Schuck (Archie Baldwin), Jodie Foster (Pip Barker).
A 9-year-old "witch" and a mentally retarded teenager are involved in the killing of an apartment house manager.

February 17, 1972: Achilles' Heel
Season 5, episode 22
W: Frank Telford   D: Raymond Burr

With William Windom (Judge Van Buren), Rick Lenz (Larry Van Buren), Angel Tompkins (Candy Delmar), Johnny Seven (Lt. Carl Reese), Bill Fletcher (Ellis Stark), Val Avery, Henry Beckman (Durand), Ian Wolfe (Sam), Hilly Hicks (Otis Williams).
The Chief becomes involved with the dilemma facing a respected jurist, whose decision against a gangland figure accused of income tax evasion can ruin the life of his son.

March 2, 1972: His Fiddlers Three
Season 5, episode 23
W: Edward DeBlasio   D: Alf Kjellin

With Kathleen Lloyd (Diane Lombard), Paul Koslo (Donald Flood), Tim Matheson (Darryl Podell).
A tape-recorded clue to the identity of the murderer of a member of a famous string quartet poses a challenge for the chief.

March 9, 1972: A Man Named Arno
Season 5, episode 24
W: Helen McAvity   D: Chris Christenberry

With Thomas A. Geas (Moratta), Nico Minardos (Ken Griffin), Aldine King (Peggy Alexander), Woodrow Parfrey (Walter Dolan), Anne Francis (Angela Moratta), Howard Lees (Victor Arno), Louisa Moritz (Bonnie), Karen Bouchard (Kitty Ornell).
Chief Ironside combines a drug investigation with a search for a missing man -- a possible suicide.





September 14, 1972: Five Days In The Death Of Sgt. Brown (1)
Season 6, episode 1
W: Robert Van Scoyk   D: Leonard Horn

With David Hartman (Dr. Paul Hunter), E.G. Marshall (Dr. David Craig), Vic Morrow (Dr. William Ritter), Norman Alden (Frank Harman).
Sixth season begins with a two-part episode which concludes on The Bold Ones. Chief Ironside's assistant, Det. Sgt. Ed Brown, is shot down because he possesses incriminating evidence which could lead to the conviction of a drug peddler. Brown becomes a patient at Craig Institute where he faces spinal surgery.

September 21, 1972: The Savage Sentry
Season 6, episode 2
W: William Douglas Lansford   D: Don Weis

With John Davey (Trainer), Jessica Rains (Martha Lane), Gary Wood (Charles Barnes), Gilbert Green (Andre Jardin), Mariclare Costello (Mary Ellen Wells), Dana Elcar (Buckner), Bo Svenson (Taggert), Anthony Zerbe (Dunlap).
The chief undertakes a course in professional dog training when previously efficient guard dogs fail to attack jewel robbers on the premises they guard.

September 28, 1972: Programmed For Panic
Season 6, episode 3
W: Adrian Spies   D: Daniel Petrie

With Russell Johnson (Martin Luca), James Gregory (TV host), Maggie Malooly (Rhoda Luca).
The chief is aided by a talk show host in trapping the killer of a girl. Interviews with apartment dwellers near the park where the girl was murdered are used to reconstruct the night of the crime.

October 12, 1972: Down Two Roads
Season 6, episode 4
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Don Weis

With Felton Perry (Roger Stewart), Sandy Ward (Doctor), Eugene Roche (Marty Chapman), Michael Lerner (Adrian Father), Joshua Bryant (John Moore), Lisa Moore (Student), David Spielberg (Tom Ryan), Joseph Bernard (Daniel Feldman).
Mark Sanger, following law school graduation, must decide between private practice and the office of Public Defender.

October 26, 1972: Camera...Action...Murder!
Season 6, episode 5
W: Christopher Trumbo, Michael P. Butler   D: Russ Mayberry

With Joe Don Baker (Eric Blair), Anthony Caruso (Antonio Fazzi), Dana Saraceno (Vincenzo), Erena Radich (Ann Simonson), Linda Gillen (Yellow), Elliott Street (Thatcher), Dennis Patrick (Arnold Gardner).
A documentary film maker finds his subject, Officer Belding, as intriguing personally as well as professionally. Trailing the chief's assistant as she questions murder suspects, he joins Ironside in believing that she may be the killer's next victim.

November 2, 1972: Riddle Me To Death
Season 6, episode 6
W: Edward DeBlasio   D: Jeffrey Hayden

With William Bryant (Jake), Sian Barbara Allen (Jane Spencer), William Devane (Chambers), Anne Ramsey (Motel Manager), Steven Gravers (Jones), Ernest Harada (Shiraki).
A Japanese ideograph provides Ironside with the key to a mysterious theft following the death of a construction worker.

November 9, 1972: Nightmare Trip
Season 6, episode 7
W: Richard Landau   D: Raymond Burr

With Bill Fletcher (Wolf), Steve Sandor (Dale Madigan), Kevin Dobson (Marine), Rudy Solari (Buckner), Bill Williams (Dacker), Jonathan Lippe (Tony Watts), Jack Ging (Dewey), Don Stroud (Caine), Paul Carr (Det. Sgt. Tulley), John Goddard (Sgt. Andy Badger), James McCallion (Walker), Dan Barton (Ephren), Frank Michael Liu (Benjy Davis), J.H. Lawrence (Fixer), Vic Vallaro (Sgt. Richards), Casey King (Danny Badger), George Conrad (Ownie Karp).
The chief's assistant, Det. Sgt. Ed Brown, is robbed of his credentials during a visit to Los Angeles and then conceals his identity to learn what an arrest is like for an innocent person.

November 16, 1972: Buddy, Can You Spare A Life? (1)
Season 6, episode 8
W: Peter Penduik, A.A. Roberts   D: Don Weis

With Antoinette Bower (Judy Kalvern), Cameron Mitchell (Ken Klaven), Geraldine Brooks (Marty Booth), Lonny Chapman (Harry Amstead), William Campbell (Walter Booth), J. Pat O'Malley (Tim Hawkins), Kerwin Mathews (Eric Oates), Paul Hampton (Hal Murdoch), Mike Lane (Nick Marcatti), Maggie Johnson (Beth Amstead), Sallie Shockley (Billie Jean Marcatti).
Ironside reopens a murder case on the strength of new evidence indicating an innocent man may have been convicted.

November 23, 1972: The Countdown
Season 6, episode 9
W: Bill S. Ballinger   D: Don Weis

With Jackie Cooper (Dr. Norman), Ron Henriquez (Perez), Steve Pendleton (Dr. Warner), John Dennis (Hank Dowman), Ted Gehring (Harmon), Richard Jaeckel (Caesar), Lisabeth Hush (Adele), Mark Lambert (Harv Fowler), Graham Brown (Tom), Eric Server (Volker), Robert Gibbons (Garman), Ed Lauter (Newton), Henry V. Brown Jr. (Kabir).
A belt containing a bomb set to explode in five hours is locked on a scientist who can free himself only by arranging for the release of three prisoners.

November 30, 1972: The Deadly Gamesmen
Season 6, episode 10
W: Max Hodge   D: Don Weis

With Noel Harrison (Paul Buckler), Sondra Currie (Cindy Love), Scott Marlowe (Jeffrey Carpentier), Michele Nichols (Diane).
A lethal chess game played with live pawns on the streets puzzles the chief as he tries to discover the pattern behind a series of bizarre crimes.

December 7, 1972: Who'll Cry For My Baby?
Season 6, episode 11
W: David P. Harmon   D: Richard Donner

With Charles McGraw (Marvin), Tisha Sterling (Wanda), Titos Vandis (Anton Bolen), Val Bisoglio (Charley).
An old man, grieving for his murdered daughter, urges police to solve the killing despite the slimmest of clues.

December 14, 1972: Cold Hard Cash
Season 6, episode 12
W: Stephen Lord   D: Don Weis

With Richard Anderson (Walter), Jack Kelly (Bobby), Barbara Rush (Lorraine Sims), Kay Lenz (Stephanie), Kaz Garas (Owen Riggs).
Alerted prior to the kidnapping of a movie queen's daughter, Chief Ironside plants Det. Brown as driver of the getaway vehicle.

December 21, 1972: Shadow Soldiers
Season 6, episode 13
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Daniel Haller

With Lloyd Bochner (Faber), Stefan Gierasch (Muller), Michael Bell (Lt. Morris), Hedley Mattingly (Inspector McArtle), June Whitley Taylor (Ellen Faber), Gerald Peters (Supt. Davis), Donald Moffat (Hartz), Ivor Barry (Supt. Williams).
The chief visits an old friend in Scotland Yard and finds himself trying to solve a police killing -- without authority or approval.

January 4, 1973: Ollinger's Last Case
Season 6, episode 14
W: Frank Telford   D: Don Weis

With Loretta Swit (Sally Pearson), Kenneth Mars (Adam Bronson), Albert Salmi (Bill Eaton), Mills Watson (Deputy Davis), Joseph Kaufman (Sam Madden), William Bramley (Bert Martin), Warren Kemmerling (Sheriff Healy).
The chief sends Ed Brown to learn why residents of a fishing village -- who have persecuted a retired policeman friend of Ironside's -- refuse to cooperate in an investigation of his death.

January 11, 1973: A Special Person
Season 6, episode 15
W: Ramona Chase, Frank Chase   D: Jeffrey Hayden

With Barry Sullivan (Howard Jamison), Melendy Britt (Rona Mason), Sandy Baron (Wayne Dorian), Leslie Charleson (Nikki Jamison), Robert Viharo (Joey Galardo).
The chief investigates a murder attempt which occurs during a swinging party on the palatial estate of a girlie-type magazine editor.

January 25, 1973: The Caller
Season 6, episode 16
W: Margaret Armen   D: Don Weis

With Barry Livingston (Johnny Garver), Paul Lambert (Willis Barnes), L.Q. Jones (Tony Ashton), Dabney Coleman (Daniel Leary).
The chief fears officer Belding is the object of a disturbed man's fantasies when she receives a series of anonymous calls while apartment sitting in a penthouse for a girlfriend.

February 1, 1973: Love Me In December
Season 6, episode 17
W: William Gordon, James Doherty   D: Don Weis

With Steve Forrest (Aaron Clark), Katherine Cannon (Vickie Dunhill), Madlyn Rhue (Kate Dunhill), Greg Mullavey (Kenny Hall), Kip Niven (Phil), George Murdock (Wagner), Gregory Sierra (Trona), Simon Oakland (Elton Ferris), Val Avery (McKay).
When a retired chief petty officer is accused of the death of a carpenter, townspeople, disgusted at the engagement of a young girl to this older man, begin a vendetta of gossip and slanted newspaper reports to convict him.

February 15, 1973: The Ghost Of The Dancing Doll
Season 6, episode 18
W: Orville H. Hampton   D: Russ Mayberry

With Warner Anderson (Matty Millane), Jess Walton (Debbie), Christopher Connelly (Jerry), Del Monroe (Tom), Abner Biberman (Sal Reiger), Ron Pinkard (Chief Borden), Jackie Russell (Helene).
Chief Robert Ironside is convinced a "ghost ship" with a bullet hole and bloodstains ties in with a suspected meeting of gangland chiefs in the San Francisco area.

February 22, 1973: All About Andrea
Season 6, episode 19
W: Michael Butler, Christopher Trumbo   D: Russ Mayberry

With Myrna Loy (Andrea Wollcott), Morgan Paull (Martin Lowell), Alan Napier (Marcus Lowell), Neva Patterson (Gerry), John McLiam (Trash), Bill McKinney (Augie Morris), Jenny Sullivan (Coral Watson), Jacqueline Scott (April Morris), Robert Quarry (Ted Moresby).
When the life of a famous women's libber is threatened, Ironside is called in to protect her from a would-be assassin.

March 1, 1973: Another Shell Game
Season 6, episode 20
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Alvin Ganzer

With Skye Aubrey (Liz van Deering), Dan O'Herlihy (Arthur Justin), Scott Glenn (Frank Lennox), Bern Hoffman (Sadowsky), George DiCenzo (Joe), Mel Scott (Pete).
When the chief learns that an old adversary is out of prison he tries to anticipate what crime he plans to commit. Ironside guesses the caper will involve a millionaire's daughter and a collection of the world's greatest paintings.

March 8, 1973: All Honorable Men
Season 6, episode 21
W: William Douglas Lansford   D: Russ Mayberry

With Fred Beir (Daniels), Regis Cordic (Lane), Sandra Smith (Anne Lewis), William Daniels (Stierwalt), Henry Beckman (Clark Andrews), Leonard Stone (Norman Gregg).
The chief tries to solve one of the most difficult mysteries of his career -- the robbery of a totally protected bank vault.

March 15, 1973: The Best Laid Plans
Season 6, episode 22
W: David P. Harmon   D: Daniel Haller

With Don Stroud (Travers), Rafael Campos (Quinto), Frederic Downs (Gerald Darrow), Whit Bissell (Walter Eustace), Frank Marth (Bolton), Peggy Feury (Mrs. Gracey), Nate Esformes (Marco).
Visiting his bank manager on personal business, Robert Ironside is caught in the middle of a bank robbery. A snag develops when the getaway car is late in arriving.

March 22, 1973: A Game Of Showdown
Season 6, episode 23
W: Sy Salkowitz, Mann Rubin   D: Don Weis

With William Tepper (Johnny), Robert Webber (Del Hogan), Suzanne Charney (Bev), Don Hanmer (Woody Owens), Scott Brady (Sheriff), Mary Murphy (Carrie Thomas), John Carter (Burt Thomas), Virginia Vincent (Marylou Beacon), Cheryl Ladd (Gwen).
An unscrupulous professional gambler, with a habit of cheating the innocent, runs into formidable opposition when Robert Ironside decides to teach him a lesson.





September 13, 1973: Confessions From A Lady Of The Night
Season 7, episode 1
W: Shawn Mallory   D: Don Weis

With Dorothy Malone (Agatha), Lynn Carlin (M.J. Smith), William Schallert (Caretaker), Tom Drake (Larry Yates), Joe Kapp (Dispatcher), Johnny Seven (Lt. Reese).
The seventh season starts. A fading beauty tells a scandal magazine about her past relationship with the chief, and when Ironside visits the publisher's office, a bomb goes off.

September 20, 1973: Murder By One
Season 7, episode 2
W: Sy Salkowitz, David Vowell   D: Alexander Singer

With Clu Gulager (Frank), Mary Ure (Liz), Herb Edelman (David Wollens), Michael Baseleon (Davis).
After officer Fran Belding learns the teenage son of her divorcee friend has been fatally shot, the chief goes into action.

September 27, 1973: In The Forests Of The Night
Season 7, episode 3
W: Michael P. Butler, Christopher Trumbo   D: Russ Mayberry

With Frank Aletter (Schneider), Lyle Bettger (Louis Blaine), Dana Wynter (Alexandra Hughes), Johnny Seven (Lt. Carl Reese), Mae Mercer (Zoe).
The chief and his old flame happen to meet over a priceless art treasure that he intends to protect and she intends to steal.

October 4, 1973: Fragile Is The House Of Cards
Season 7, episode 4
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Don Weis

With Noah Keen (Dr. Corwin), Lorraine Gary (Ellen Wills), James Olson (David Wills), Sandra De Bruin (Martha Billings).
Racing the clock, Ironside and his aides try to find an unconscious man on an unknown boat that's filling with water.

October 11, 1973: The Armageddon Gang
Season 7, episode 5
W: Larry Brody   D: Russ Mayberry

With Laurence Haddon (Colonel McAdams), Joseph Campanella (Whitney), Hildy Brooks (Ellie), Tom Stewart, Ted Hartley, Ramon Bieri.
When a top-security scientist disappears, Ironside zeroes in on the man's co-worker and and wife.

October 25, 1973: House Of Terror
Season 7, episode 6
W: William Douglas Lansford   D: Don Weis

With Dabbs Greer (Old Librarian), Aldine King (Cindy), Dennis Rucker (Ira), Lenore Kasdorf (Laura), William Durkin (Chris), Lina Raymond (Betty), Ted Pejovich (Phil), Russell Wiggins (Dave), Eddie Fontaine (Carpenter), Sharon Gless (Jennifer).
A young couple mysteriously disappear from a haunted house party in an abandoned mansion, so Chief Ironside sets himself up as the next victim.

November 1, 1973: The Helping Hand
Season 7, episode 7
W: William Gordon   D: Jerry Jameson

With Joshua Bryant (Stoner), Cameron Mitchell (Mr. Graham), Marie Maldonado (Teresa), Maria Elena Cordero (Rosita), Miguel Angel Landa (Father Arturo), Joaquin Martinez (Reyes), Alma Beltran (Isabel), Rodolfo Acosta (Ramirez), Jan Stratton (Durgin).
Chief Ironside tracks the ring leader of an outfit that illegally brings girls into this country from Mexico to work as domestics.

November 8, 1973: Downhill All The Way (1)
Season 7, episode 8
W: Christopher Trumbo, Michael P. Butler   D: Don Weis

With Roger Perry (Cogswell), Lee H. Montgomery (Jerry), Kim Darby (Samantha), William Smith (Larry), William Devane (Smiley), David Wayne (Dr. Ian Rice), Art Metrano (Chambers).
In a special two-hour episode, Chief Ironside turns in his badge and poses as an unshaven Skid Row wino to catch a killer.

November 15, 1973: Mind For Murder
Season 7, episode 9
W: Judy Burns   D: Gene Nelson

With Ross Martin (Damien), Louise Sorel (Pat), Burr DeBenning (Dean Kendall), John Doucette (Hanson), Patricia Hindy (Stacy), Charles Macaulay (Carter).
Chief Ironside smells arson when a nightclub psychic tells his audience more than the newspapers about a fatal fire.

November 29, 1973: The Hidden Man
Season 7, episode 10
W: James Doherty, William Gordon   D: Don Weis

With Zalman King (Gregory), Harold J. Stone (Babe), Cliff Potts (Mike), Warren Kemmerling, James Gregory (Tony).
Ironside tries to help a "slain" policeman's soldier-son find his father before a jailed hoodlum's revenge-crazed son can find the ex-GI.

December 6, 1973: The Double-Edged Corner
Season 7, episode 11
W: Richard Landau   D: David Friedkin

With Albert Salmi (Matt), Nick Ferrari (Art), Arnold Williams (Hugo), Allen Garfield (Baxter), Clare Nono (Angel), Nancy Malone (Harriet), Lisa Gerritsen (Nancy), Morris Buchanan (Felix), Paul Lichtman (Augie).
Baffled by a $100,000 heist during which two men were killed, Ironside resorts to a paid informer.

December 20, 1973: The Last Payment
Season 7, episode 12
W: Felton Perry, William Gordon, James Doherty   D: Daniel Haller

With Scatman Crothers (Jason), Fred Beir (Jimmy Lee Gates), Felton Perry (Gilbert), Albert Popwell (China-Boy), Roger Robinson (Shuggie), Dick Anthony Williams (Reuben), Regis Cordic (Alexander Shepard).
Mark, unwittingly helped by ghetto character Theodore, sets himself up as bait to catch a killer loan shark.

January 3, 1974: Friend Or Foe
Season 7, episode 13
W: David P. Harmon   D: Jerry Jameson

With Sandy Ward (Sgt. Don Borden), Jean Allison (Helen Borden), Kenneth O'Brien (Tommy), Maria O'Brien (Cindy).
When a five-pound package of heroin disappears, suspicion falls on the last man to handle it, a longtime Ironside coworker. In place of the heroin, which was to be used as evidence against an underworld figure, police discover sugar.

January 10, 1974: Two Hundred Large
Season 7, episode 14
W: Maurice Goodman   D: Robert Scheerer

With Kres Mersky (Stella), Woodrow Parfrey (Fred), Michael Bell (Rick), Barbara Brownell (Candy), Paul Burke (Hardway), Louis Basile (Benny), Joseph George (Ferdy).
Ironside and his aides happen upon a three-man bank heist in which one gunman gets away with $200,000, one dies and one gets caught.

January 17, 1974: Once More For Joey
Season 7, episode 15
W: Samuel Roeca   D: Krashna Shah

With Pamela Bellwood (Nancy), Judy Carne (Miss Manning), Kip Niven (Joey), Richard B. Shull (Max), Paul Hampton (Dee), Bert Holland (Cutter), Geoffrey Deuel (Mo), Roger Davis (Willie).
Ironside is tracking a rock music pirate when the guitarist for a group is electrocuted at a recording session. He is the only sighted member of a blind group.

January 31, 1974: Terror On Grant Avenue
Season 7, episode 16
W: Arthur Rowe   D: Arnold Laven

With Benson Fong (Wing), Mako (Phil), Irene Tsu (Laure), Frank Michael Liu (Billy).
Chinatown becomes the chief's beat when one of the town's elders is fatally karate-chopped in an alley scuffle.

February 7, 1974: Class Of '40
Season 7, episode 17
W: Richard Breen, James Surtees, Norman Jolley   D: Collier Young

With Anne Francis (Karen), Jackie Coogan (Sam), Alice Backes (Maggie), Leif Erickson (Lakes), Fay Spain (Alice), Jason Evers (Smalley).
Ironside receives a strange invitation to the reunion of his high school graduating class of 1940. It's signed by one-time class cutie Alice and suggests foul play in the death of her husband, who once played on the school football team with Ironside.

February 14, 1974: A Taste Of Ashes
Season 7, episode 18
W: Dick Nelson   D: Alvin Ganzer

With Kim Hunter (Joanna), Scott Hylands (Philip), Gretchen Corbett (Gail), James McCallion (Hobbs), Whit Bissell (Simon Cole), Anne Seymour (Lily), James Keach (Walter), June Christopher (Nurse).
A wealthy widow contacts Ironside when she receives a series of postcards from her supposedly deceased daughter, the victim of a fire 10 years ago.

February 21, 1974: A Death In Academe
Season 7, episode 19
W: Michael P. Butler   D: Russ Mayberry

With Michael Parks (Prof. MacBane), Kathryn Kelly-Wiget (Laura), Doug Jacoby (David), Naomi Stevens (Mrs. Coletti), Monica Lewis (Amelia), Malachi Throne (Barrot), Mike Kellin (Dallavaca), Jennifer Leak (Judith), Mary Layne (Sonia), Franco Corsaro (Coletti).
A college professor becomes a marked man after a student in his class takes her own life.

February 28, 1974: Close To The Heart
Season 7, episode 20
W: Pauline Stone, Michael Cosgrove   D: David Friedkin

With Elizabeth Ashley (Laura Keyes), Anthony Eisley (Dr. Furness), Rudy Challenger (Twilling), Paul Lambert (McCraken), Gina Alvarado (Helen Ortega), James Luisi (Mike Purcell), Donald Moffat (Daniel), Gene Tyburn (Hagan).
After a woman drives her car into Ironside's van, the chief learns she suffered not from a heart attack but from an old bullet that had moved close to the heart -- though the woman insists she's never been shot.

March 7, 1974: Come Eleven, Come Twelve
Season 7, episode 21
W: Robert I. Holt   D: Don Weis

With Paul Comi (J. Philips), Bill Zuckert (Pete Wilson), Paul Kent (Tim Waller), David Huddleston, Ken Lynch (Thurston), Michael Strong (Contract Killer), Andrew Robinson.
When Det. Sgt. Ed Brown disappears on a flight back to San Francisco with a handcuffed Chicago killer, Ironside sets out to find him.

March 14, 1974: Riddle At 24,000
Season 7, episode 22
W: Lane Slate, Ken Kolb   D: Don Weis

With Desi Arnaz (Dr. Juan Domingo), Linda Foster (Big Sue), L.Q. Jones (Cardiff), Patricia Smith (Laura Blaine), Michael Richardson (Denny), Dolores Dorn (Mrs. Wescott), Ralph Meeker (Wescott), Kelly Thordsen (Airport Manager).
When Ironside visits his friend Dr. Domingo he finds him disturbed, having just returned from the local airport. Domingo explains that a couple took off in their private plane with the husband at the controls, but when they returned, the wife was at the controls and her husband was dead. (Pilot for a new series,)

May 23, 1974: Amy Prentiss: AKA The Chief (1)
Season 7, episode 23
W: William Gordon, James Doherty   D: Boris Sagal

With Jessica Walter (Amy Prentiss), Johnny Seven (Lt. Carl Reese), Katherine MacGregor (Irma), William Shatner (Det. Parkins), Zitto Kazann (Zino Bates), Pippa Scott, Robert Webber.
In order to trap a narcotics boss, policewomen under the command of a woman officer are used as drug-buying street people. When one of them is robbed and assaulted it touches off a clash within the police department. Pilot episode for the "Amy Prentiss" series.





September 12, 1974: Raise The Devil (1)
Season 8, episode 1
W: Anthony Lawrence, Jimmy Sangster   D: Russ Mayberry

With Norma Connolly (Lydia Todd), Sian Barbara Allen (Susan), Carolyn Jones (Justine Cross), Bill Bixby (Dr. Gallin), Granville Van Dusen (Doctor), Linda Dano (Katherine), Eric Chase (Neil).
The eighth season begins with a two-part story about a woman seeking an exorcist. Her search ends when she is fatally stabbed and left inside a locked vault of her mansion.

September 19, 1974: Raise The Devil (2)
Season 8, episode 2
W: Anthony Lawrence, Jimmy Sangster   D: Russ Mayberry

With Bill Bixby (Gallin), Linda Dano (Katherine), Eric Chase (Neil), Norma Connolly (Lydia Todd), Sian Barbara Allen (Susan), Carolyn Jones (Justine), Granville Van Dusen (Doctor).
A psychic researcher is sure the only way to save a young girl's life is by the use of exorcism.

September 26, 1974: What's New With Mark?
Season 8, episode 3
W: Irv Pearlberg   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Cameron Mitchell (Kincaid), Kenneth Tobey (Mahoney), Harlan Warde (Judge), Guy Way (Lupo), Frank Gorshin (Dorian), Ned Glass (Milt Kleiner), Penny Santon (Madame Kapati), Jason Wingreen (Sam Novak).
When Mark Sanger learns he has passed the bar exam, he proposes to his law school sweetheart. Meanwhile, Ironside and the team are trying to stop a bookie czar and his lieutenant from muscling into San Francisco.

October 3, 1974: Trial Of Terror
Season 8, episode 4
W: Lou Shaw   D: Russ Mayberry

With Andrew Duggan (Everett Ward), Joan Van Ark (Caroline), Harold J. Stone (Mike Martine), Marsha Hunt (Judge Kline), Paul Stevens (Henry Barbosa).
A girl happens to be in the clear when her father is killed in an explosion. Headlines explain that the victim was to be the witness in the prosecution of a powerful construction tycoon. Ironside assigns Det. Sgt. Brown to find the girl and go into hiding with her.

October 10, 1974: Cross Doublecross
Season 8, episode 5
W: Robert I. Holt   D: Don Weis

With Gary Lockwood (Jim), Madlyn Rhue (Amy), Lenore Kasdorf (Girl), Mike Farrell (Len Parsons), Buck Young (Stan Frost).
The hot-tempered boyfriend of Fran Belding becomes a fugitive after he fatally wounds a vengeful ex-convict.

October 24, 1974: Set Up: Danger!
Season 8, episode 6
W: William Gordon, James Doherty   D: Russ Mayberry

With Barry Sullivan (Bruno Roman), Gary Crosby (Simmons), Pat Renella, Rudy Solari (Eric), Michael Richardson, John Vernon, Byron Mabe.
An old-time mobster and his lieutenant kidnap Chief Ironside. They want Ironside to pinpoint a rival gang's killer.

October 31, 1974: The Last Cotillion
Season 8, episode 7
W: Walter Black   D: Alvin Ganzer

With Cesar Romero (Anthony Hudson), Jess Walton (Jennifer), Kim Hunter (Athena Champion), Dana Andrews (Courtenay Eliot), Alan Napier, Virginia Gregg, Frank Maxwell (Lt. Rourke), Meg Wyllie (Miss Westcott).
An eccentric socialite's past admirers become current murder victims. After a wealthy middle-aged man is found fatally stabbed one night in her mansion, Ironside and others are invited to the mansion for a dinner party.

November 7, 1974: Run Scared
Season 8, episode 8
W: Hindi Brooks   D: Don McDougall

With Ed Nelson (Joe Lynch), Kathleen Quinlan (Peggy Lynch), Michael Bell (TV Director), Phillip Pine (Store Manager), Paul Picerni (Armand), Ron Thompson (Jamie), Kenneth O'Brien (Leo Gulden), Bettye Ackerman (Sylvia Harris).
Chief Ironside races a killer to find Ironside's goddaughter, who witnessed the slaying. She and her boyfriend took turns performing as store window harlequins when she saw a man across the street fatally stab another man.

November 14, 1974: Act Of Vengeance
Season 8, episode 9
W: True Boardman   D: David Friedkin

With Anthony Eisley (Larry), Bob Hastings (Paul Carlton), Paul Burke (Carl Parkos), Kathie Browne (Laverne Herter), Scott Colomby (Tony Parkos).
Chief Ironside persuades a near-parolee to head a new home for convicts' kids when the jailed man's son gets caught in a teenage gang war.

November 21, 1974: Far Side Of The Fence
Season 8, episode 10
W: Judy Burns   D: David Friedkin

With Joan Pringle (Diana Sanger), Peter Mark Richman (Parker), Jim Hutton (Matt Black), Shelley Fabares (Charlotte Black), Elisha Cook Jr. (Charley Yager).
On the waterfont, Ironside has just learned from an old friend that a gang chieftain, his top aide and an officer's greedy wife are planning a big heist. Moments later, Ironside and his friend are attacked by three men.

December 5, 1974: The Over-The-Hill Blues
Season 8, episode 11
W: Robert Hamner   D: Don McDougall

With Beverly Garland (Andrea Reynolds), Steve Sandor (Randy Pearce), Leslie Nielsen (Peter Justin), Beth Brickell (Gillian Simpson), John Milford (Tony Costa), Jack Soo (Sing-Ho).
An aging gang of jewel thieves plan three big heists before they retire.

December 12, 1974: Speak No Evil
Season 8, episode 12
W: Oliver Crawford   D: Don Weis

With Christopher Connelly (Steve Timmins), Christian Juttner (Joey), Lee Delano (Harris), Anne Schedeen (Vicki), John McLiam (Father Holt), Jack Bender (Earl Mowbray), Mary Murphy (Cindy Wile), Jean Allison (Mrs. Mowbray), Davis Roberts (Lt. Wyatt), Lonny Chapman (Jason Mowbray).
Det. Sgt. Ed Brown and another volunteer are playing ball with youngsters in a church playground when they become targets for a sniper.

December 19, 1974: Fall Of An Angel
Season 8, episode 13
W: William Gordon, James Doherty, Phyllis White, Robert White   D: Daniel Haller

With Henry Beckman (Angel), Richard X. Slattery, Joan Pringle (Diana Sanger), Casey Kasem (Lab Technician), Jarrod Johnson (Joey), Judy Pace, Val Bisoglio, William Elliott (Williams).
An ex-con trying to go straight as a barber accidentally kills a drug-ring enforcer, then learns the victim is the son of an underworld hit man.

December 26, 1974: The Visiting Fireman
Season 8, episode 14
W: Jimmy Sangster   D: Don Weis

With John Williams (Inspector Bill Walston), James McCallion (Johnny Lewis), Barry Cahill (Roy Makin), Larry J. Blake (Welks), Dianne Harper (Nurse), Alex Rodine (Schmidt), Jack Denbo (Charles Duval), Joseph George (Barney Rollins), Hedley Mattingly (Doubleday), Keith McConnell (Henry Beamish).
While a top Scotland Yard inspector is in San Francisco on business, thieves steal the embassy code from the British consulate.

January 2, 1975: The Return Of Eleanor Rogers
Season 8, episode 15
W: William Gordon, James Doherty   D: Don Weis

With Ina Balin (Eleanor Rogers), Bill Zuckert (Sergeant Wiley), Joseph Campanella (Judge John Fredericks), Stanley Adams (Joe Menlo), Katherine Cannon (Isabel Fredericks), Howard Curtis (Frank Wolser), Joseph V. Perry (Mr. Fasari).
A judge wages a courtroom battle with a member of the mob and is almost run down by a speeding car. However, Ironside recognizes the judge's new wife from an old arrest photo.

January 16, 1975: The Faded Image
Season 8, episode 16
W: Mann Rubin   D: Bruce Kessler

With Richard Anderson (Dean Glenville), Jordan Rhodes (Dr. Thompson), James Wheaton (Lt. Rainey), Don 'Red' Barry (Capt. Barnes), Gary Frank (Ted Glenville), Coleen Gray (Mrs. Glenville), Paul Mantee (Professor Bradford Link).
Officer Fran Belding is attacked and pummeled on a college campus after leaving a night art class. The campus guard recalls that the last person Fran talked to was the art professor.


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