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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Kingston Confidential' from 1970-1982:



1970-1982 Episode Guide for 'Kingston Confidential':


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





September 15, 1976: Kingston
W: David Victor, Dick Nelson   D: Robert Day

A free-lance journalist looks into the machinations of a nuclear power plant contractor.





March 23, 1977: Shadow Game
Season 1, episode 1
W: Richard Fielder   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With Robert Sampson (Todd), Mariette Hartley (Morgan), Curtis Credel (Cowboy).
Series premiere. Kingston's investigation into the disappearence of a union czar who, upon being released from prison,, demanded his old job back, leads to a shy schoolteacher who doesn't know that she is a marked woman.

March 30, 1977: Eight Columns Across The Top
Season 1, episode 2
W: Richard Fielder   D: Joseph Pevney

With Eugene Peterson (Emil Hart), Stewart Moss (Ted Drew), Tom Bower (Vincent Ross), Ned Wilson (Senator Hapwood), Marla Adams (Lila Perry), Pat Hingle (Senator Randolph).
Kingston risks being jailed for contempt of Congress when he refuses to tell a Senate committee the source of his story that branded a seemingly respectible firm as a front for organized crime.

April 6, 1977: Seed Of Corruption
Season 1, episode 3
W: Don Ingalls   D: Harvey Laidman

With Anne Schedeen (Melanie Woods), James McEachin (Captain Sheldon), Stephen Macht (Lee Woods).
In an effort to stop Kingston's investigation of police corruption, the officers involved employ a prostitute to frame him.

April 13, 1977: Triple Exposure
Season 1, episode 4
W: Tom Gerene, David Jacobs   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With Paul Hampton (Hayes Jordon), Johnny Haymer (Ernest Hoffenberg), Sorrell Booke (Lloyd Harwin), Richard Mulligan (Harlin Scott), Diana Muldaur (Eileen Partridge).
A building contractor resorts to blackmail to supress an expose of contruction fraud.

June 1, 1977: The Boston Shamrock
Season 1, episode 5
W: David H. Balkan   D: Don Weis

With Frank Converse (Shannon), Howard Platt (Kibbee).
Kingston investigates a beloved former boxer suspected of fronting for an Irish terrorist group.

June 8, 1977: The Rage At Hannibal
Season 1, episode 6
W: Eugene Price   D: Don Weis

Kingston rushes to the state prison, where rioting inmates have taken his assistant, Beth, hostage.

June 15, 1977: Golden Girl
Season 1, episode 7
W: Nicholas Corea   D: Michael Caffey

With Michael Strong (Helmut Froelicher), Christopher Stone (Chris), Diana Scarwid (Erica).
R.B. Kingston finds himself caught in the middle when an East German diving champion runs off with a television reporter.

June 22, 1977: Welcome To Paradise
Season 1, episode 8
W: Nicholas Corea

In the Caribbean, Kingston searches for a photojournalist who had been investigating a blackmail setup before disappearing.

July 6, 1977: Monolith
Season 1, episode 9
W: Nicholas Corea   D: Joseph Pevney

The defense against a libel suit is jeopardized when corroborating notes vanish and informers turn suddenly silent.

July 13, 1977: The Cult
Season 1, episode 10
W: Karl Tunberg, Terence Tunberg   D: Don Weis

With John Larch (General Cutter), Sian Barbara Allen (Cynthia Marlowe), Carl Betz (Chaplain Potter).
Kingston and his staff suspect that extremists on a military base arranged the death of an enlisted man.

July 20, 1977: Dateline: Fear City
Season 1, episode 11
W: Charles Sailor   D: Daniel Haller

With Susan Petrie (Nancy Stewart), Jonathan Jones (Terry O'Shea), Warren Kemmerling.
A small-town reporter who asked for Tony's help with an investigation is killed in a suspicious car accident.

August 3, 1977: The Night Scene
Season 1, episode 12
W: Larry Alexander, Charles Sailor   D: Don McDougall

With Daved Pritchard (Lt. Bennett), Belinda Montgomery (Olivia), Brooke Mills (Francine).
A disc jockey, who has served time for the attempted murder of his wife's lover, becomes the prime suspect when his own mate is slain.

August 10, 1977: The Anonymous Hero
Season 1, episode 13
W: David Jacobs   D: Raymond Burr

With Don Eitner (Holcomb), Spencer Milligan (Avery), John McLiam (Douglas White), Richard Jaeckel (Miller White).
A publicity-mad Korean War veteran plots to utilize influential R.B. Kingston for his own purposes. (Last show of the series.)


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