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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'McCloud' from 1970-1982:

1970-1982 Episode Guide for 'McCloud':

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

February 17, 1970: Who Killed Miss U.S.A.?
Season 0, episode 1
W: Richard Levinson, William Link   D: Richard Colla

With Peter Mark Richman (Peter B. Clifford), Craig Stevens (Whitman), Julie Newmar (Adrienne Redman), Raul Julia (Father Nieves), Gregory Sierra (First Deputy), Bill Baldwin (Reporter), Shelly Novack (James Waldron).
A western deputy marshal transports a prisoner to New York to be a witness in a murder trial, only to have the man kidnapped. Rebuffed as a "hick lawman" by the big-city police, McCloud sets out to complete his assignment. Pilot movie for the series.

September 16, 1970: Who Says You Can't Make Friends In New York City?
Season 1, episode 1
W: Matthew Howard, Leslie Stevens   D: Douglas Heyes, Russ Mayberry

With Diana Muldaur (Chris Coughlin), Susan Strasberg (Anne Verdige), Alfred Ryder (Mason), Marcel Hillaire (Inspector Prideaux), Maurice Marsac (Official), Ralph Story (Newscaster), Carl Betz (Aldon F. Flanders), Marj Dusay (Ellen Childs), Johnny Silver (Elevator Operator), Charles H. Gray (Policeman), Bill Fletcher (Voss), Len Wayland (Pilot), Barbara Davis (Boots Walker).
McCloud intervenes in a dispute between a man and a woman when he hears her screaming from a hotel room. His investigation discloses that a former deputy district attorney is involved.

September 23, 1970: Horse Stealing On Fifth Avenue
Season 1, episode 2
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Bruce Kessler

With Lorraine Gary (Joan Sanford), Howard Curtis (Christy Sanford), Leo Gordon (Officer Riley), Angus Duncan (Dr. Bussey), William Wintersole (Lab Man), Ric Mancini (Brodney), Tony Ballen (Officer), Jeff Burton (Reporter), Diana Muldaur (Chris Coughlin), Ken Scott (Polk).
While New York police take on the major task of capturing a drug addict involved in a series of drugstore robberies, McCloud is given a minor assignment of locating a horse stolen from a mounted policeman.

September 30, 1970: The Concrete Corral
Season 1, episode 3
W: David P. Harmon, Warren Douglas   D: Nicholas Colasanto

With Albert Salmi (Goose Jenkins), Joanna Moore (Donna Roberts), Tom Castronova (Officer Mirelli), Dennis Fimple (Frankie), Nancy Malone (Iris McKenzie), Burr DeBenning (Blue Roberts), James Wainwright (Billy Gibson), Bill McKinney (Reuben).
Deputy McCloud is sent to Madison Square Garden where he gets reacquainted with some old rodeo friends when one of the riders is murdered.

October 7, 1970: The Stage Is All The World
Season 1, episode 4
W: Norman Hudis   D: Russ Mayberry

With Richard Dawson (Ted Callender), Tina Sinatra (Jennifer Houghton), Murray Matheson (Grantley), Richard Van Vleet (Les Lander), Albert Popwell (Gus Milner).
McCloud investigates a murder threat received by a controversial English entertainer.

October 14, 1970: Walk In The Dark
Season 1, episode 5
W: Leslie Stevens   D: Russ Mayberry

With Susan Saint James (Officer Keach), Ann Prentiss (Officer Murdock), Nina Foch (Sgt. F.J. Dameron), Stewart Bradley (Lt. Lloyd), Louis Massad (Richie), Bart Burns (Officer Reimer).
Next on Sam McCloud's instruction agenda in New York are the phases of female auxiliary methods. He then becomes involved in attempts to capture a lethal mugger in Central Park.

October 21, 1970: Our Man In Paris
Season 1, episode 6
W: Leslie Stevens, Matthew Howard   D: Russ Mayberry, Douglas Heyes

With Susan Strasberg (Anne Bardige), John van Dreelen (Rissient), Alfred Ryder (Mason), Marcel Hillaire (Inspector Prideaux), Maurice Marsac (Official), Randolph Mantooth (Intern).
Sam McCloud has to fly to Paris under pretext of official business and deliver $1 million in ransom money.

September 22, 1971: Encounter With Aries
Season 2, episode 1
W: Peter Allan Fields   D: Russ Mayberry

With Sebastian Cabot (Sidney Cantrell), Susan Strasberg (Lorraine Selby), Peter Haskell (Richard Stevens), Louise Latham (Emily Cantrell), Robert Hogan (Det. Finnegan), Alan Oppenheimer (Mervin Simmons), Elisha Cook Jr. (Mr. Rafer), Woodrow Parfrey (Elmer), Jill Jaress (Gloria), Booth Colman (Hines).
The second season begins with the Dennis Weaver segment joining the Mystery Movie trilogy as a rotating series. Tonight, Marshal Sam McCloud investigates a kidnapping in which the criminal plants a time bomb with his victim's wife and then boldly demands the ransom in front of McCloud.

November 3, 1971: Top Of The World, Ma!
Season 2, episode 2
W: Peter Allan Fields   D: Alex March

With Bo Svenson (Bubba White), Robert Webber (Jack Faraday), Stefanie Powers (Jackie Dawn), Joan Blondell (Ernestine White), Vincent Gardenia (Barney Sweetwater), Milton Selzer (Flynn), Val Avery (Gruber), Bill Fletcher (Larry), Ed Peck (Bartender).
On a day that McCloud is assigned the car theft detail, he follows a football player driving a stolen car and is led into the middle of New York's big crime syndicate.

November 24, 1971: Somebody's Out To Get Jennie
Season 2, episode 3
W: Robert Presnell Jr.   D: Jack Smight

With Julie Sommars (Jennie Tanaquil), Barry Sullivan (General Ralph Touhy), Cameron Mitchell (Robert Devlin), Gabriel Dell (Ira Mastin), Gerald Hiken (Dr. Gortgaard), Priscilla Pointer (Shirley), Anne Randall (Beverly Armstrong).
A secretary who fears someone is trying to drive her insane prompts Marshal McCloud to investigate a helicopter accident which claimed the life of her boss, and he determines that she has good reason to be frightened.

December 29, 1971: The Disposal Man
Season 2, episode 4
W: Mel Arrighi, Dean Hargrove   D: Boris Sagal

With Diana Muldaur (Chris Coughlin), Nita Talbot (Rosalie Hudgins), Patrick O'Neal (Arthur Yerby), James Olson (Thomas Dane / Alan Roberts), Arthur O'Connell (Sid Nylan), Jack Carter (Frank Gordon), James McEachin (Det. Thatcher), Murray Matheson (Peter Lincoln), Randolph Mantooth (Phillip Yerby), Arlene Martel (Linda Farley), Pat Morita (Felix).
Marshal McCloud is assigned to protect a wealthy corporation head from a hired killer. The man has made many enemies including his own wife and son.

January 12, 1972: A Little Plot At Tranquil Valley
Season 2, episode 5
W: Peter Allan Fields   D: Jack Smight

With Diana Muldaur (Chris Coughlin), Vic Morrow (Richard), Burgess Meredith (Marvin Sloan), Joyce Van Patten (Lucy Sloan), Moses Gunn (Morgan), Allen Garfield (Ralphie Goodbody), Alfred Ryder (Dudley), Arlene Martel (Tour Guide), Bruce Kirby (PR Man), Lonny Chapman (Gabe Lester).
Marshal Sam McCloud is kidnapped by penicillin smugglers but chief Clifford refuses to exchange a hospitalized prisoner for him.

February 2, 1972: Fifth Man In A String Quartet
Season 2, episode 6
W: James D. Buchanan, Ronald Austin   D: Russ Mayberry

With Lilia Skala (Eugenia Rudell), Joseph Wiseman (Paul Rudell / Stephen Rudensky), Gary Collins (Kevin Mallory), Neville Brand (Fred Shultke), Shelley Fabares (Natalie Rudell), Alex Henteloff (Waldemar), Avery Schreiber (Milton).
A music student is accused of murdering his instructor. When McCloud investigates, it becomes apparent that a reformed gangster might be involved, and this in turn uncovers an old gangland murder.

February 23, 1972: Give My Regrets To Broadway
Season 2, episode 7
W: Peter Allan Fields   D: Lou Antonio

With Milton Berle (Malcolm Garnett), Barbara Rush (Louise Blanchard), Lane Bradbury (Carol Harrington), Arthur Franz (Officer Harrington), Diana Muldaur (Chris Coughlin), Arthur Malet (Leonard), Regis Cordic (Partridge), Vic Tayback (Thomas).
When a fellow officer, who had taken McCloud's place on duty as a favor, is killed, the marshal wonders if his friend was killed in the line of duty, murdered by mistake or killed deliberately during a fake robbery attempt.

October 1, 1972: The New Mexican Connection
Season 3, episode 1
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Russ Mayberry, Hy Averback

With Diana Muldaur (Chris Coughlin), Jackie Cooper (Winn Hollis), Rick Nelson (Jimmy Roy Taylor), Gilbert Roland (Marshal Ben Melendez), Murray Hamilton (Adrian Becker), Ray Danton (Stokes), Sharon Gless (Sgt. Maggie Clinger), Ken Lynch (Sgt. Grover), Sidney Clute (Detective Simms).
The second season begins with Marshal Sam McCloud arresting a murder suspect from New Mexico in New York City, and becoming the primary victim of a television campaign against police brutality.

December 3, 1972: The Barefoot Stewardess Caper
Season 3, episode 2
W: Glen A. Larson, Michael Gleason   D: Harry Falk

With Marcel Hillaire (Inspector LeBlanc), Jo Ann Pflug (Eva Mueller), Don Knight (Brian Stone), Patrick O'Neal (Alex Demarest), Britt Ekland (Vicki Erickson), John Williams (Inspector Mills), Jacques Aubuchon (Inspector Lelouch), Lincoln Kilpatrick (Calvin Jones), Ken Lynch (Sgt. Grover).
Attractive airline stewardesses, doubling as cat burglars for an international jewel theft ring, lead Marshal Sam McCloud on a chase over Europe to find the leader of the ring.

December 24, 1972: The Park Avenue Rustlers
Season 3, episode 3
W: Sy Salkowitz   D: Jack Arnold

With Eddie Albert (Roy Erickson), Roddy McDowall (Phil Sandler), Brenda Vaccaro (Officer Marge Serrino), Lloyd Bochner (Jerry Bristol), Diana Muldaur (Chris Coughlin), Norman Fell (Lt. Ed Feldman), George Murdock (Officer Duncan), Michael Richardson (Richie Garris), Suzanne Cohane (Officer Patricia Banks).
U.S. Deputy Marshal Sam McCloud has the dubious pleasure of breaking in a new partner -- a policewoman -- while trying to infiltrate a national car theft ring.

January 7, 1973: Showdown At The End Of The World
Season 3, episode 4
W: Robert Hamner   D: Lou Antonio

With Bradford Dillman (Michael Dominick), Jaclyn Smith (Jackie Rogers), Lee J. Cobb (Alex Montello), Eddie Egan (Al Barber), Arthur Batanides (Andy Falco), Don Hanmer (Ben), Rick Weaver (Jerry Connors), Bruce Kirby (Desk Clerk).
Marshal McCloud romances a fashion model in an attempt to find her roommate, a narcotics smuggler who was frightened into doing the job by the syndicate.

February 4, 1973: The Million Dollar Round Up
Season 3, episode 5
W: Douglas Heyes   D: Douglas Heyes

With Harry Guardino (Sergeant Toomey), Eric Braeden (Ravik), Nehemiah Persoff (Perry Cicero), Robert Middleton (Elliot Jason), Jay Novello (Cesare Cimarosa), Joseph Ruskin (Balwant Dari), Tracy Reed (Carol Broadhurst), Patrick Whyte (Ronald Feathering), Jan Arvan (Dr. Massimo Vignola), Teri Garr (Nora Mullins), Tierre Turner (Tobe).
A $2 million statuette proves a fatal attraction for several people trying to acquire it, and McCloud is sidetracked in his quest for the professional killer by a street-wise 8-year-old who steals his revolver and goes into hiding.

October 14, 1973: Butch Cassidy Rides Again
Season 4, episode 1
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Barry Shear

With Linda Evans (Geri March), Stefanie Powers (Samantha Johnson), Lloyd Nolan (Elroy Jenkins), Pat O'Brien (Mac Ferguson), Roger Davis (Virgil), James Millhollin (1st Executive), Herb Voland (Mr. Winston), Robert F. Simon (Tobey Harris), Clete Roberts (Charles Price), William Daniels (Clayton Gillis), Ken Lynch (Sgt. Grover).
Police embarrassment results when Marshal Sam McCloud holds up a bank in a mock robbery staged to demonstrate sophisticated security -- and in turn is held up by four bandits dressed in 1890s frontier apparel.

December 2, 1973: The Solid Gold Swingers
Season 4, episode 2
W: Michael Gleason   D: Lou Antonio

With Steve Allen (Doug King), Neville Brand (Lt. Roy Mackie), Joanna Barnes (Karen Chandler), Elizabeth Lane (Grace Hollenbeck), Ross Martin (Charles Hollenbeck), Joanna Pettet (Melissa Thompson), Simon Scott (Senator Arthur Ferris), William Bramley (Sgt. Reese), Don Hanmer (Harvey), William Gleason (Billy), Denny Miller (Murphy Michaels), Teri Garr (Sgt. Norton).
Marshal Sam McCloud finds a dead girl slumped on an apartment balcony, but when he sends an alarm -- which brings squads of police cars -- the body has disappeared.

January 20, 1974: A Cowboy In Paradise
Season 4, episode 3
W: Jimmy Sangster   D: Jerry Paris

With Louise Lasser (Sgt. Maggie Philbin), James Gregory (Lt. Harmon), Martha Hyer (Peggy Hamilton), Don Ho (Al Moana), Richard Denning (Edgar Hamilton), Nephi Hannemann (Lt. Kelani), Robert M. Luck (Bill Wrigley), Bob Basso (Alan Davis), Ken Lynch (Sgt. Grover).
Marshal McCloud and Chief Clifford attend a law enforcement symposium in Honolulu and the irascible chief becomes the victim of a frame-up involving the killing of an island girl.

February 24, 1974: The Colorado Cattle Caper
Season 4, episode 4
W: Michael Gleason   D: Robert Day

With Claude Akins (Sheriff Floyd Bevins), John Denver (Deputy Dewey Cobb), Ed Ames (Abel Hollister), Robert Sampson (Clay Jordan), Patrick Wayne (Deputy Morris Knowles), Farrah Fawcett (Gloria Jean), Vic Tayback (Carlo Banducci), John Milford (Ben Willis), Austin Stoker (Gene Pearson), Erik Holland (Lester Neal), Ronda Copland (Luann).
Marshal Sam McCloud arrives in Twin Forks, Colorado, to pick up a homicide suspect, but encounters resistance from the town's sheriff who is running for re-election.

March 24, 1974: This Must Be The Alamo
Season 4, episode 5
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Bruce Kessler

With Van Johnson (Dan Kiley), Ray Danton (Chuck Mason), Eugene Roche (Rockford), Della Reese (Sgt. Gladys Harris), Jack Kelly (Manny Donner), Gregory Sierra (Patrolman Cross), Michael Pataki (Officer Rizzo), Robert Weaver (Scoop Henderson), Booth Colman (Medical Examiner), Laraine Stephens (Shannon Taylor), Marc Hannibal (Elton Packer), Mary Carver ("Queen" Mary), Clete Roberts (Newsman), Teri Garr (Sgt. Norton), Ken Lynch (Sgt. Grover).
Sam McCloud and Sgt. Broadhurst investigate the assault on a pro football player that is linked to the syndicate operations of a big-time racketeer.

September 22, 1974: The Barefoot Girls Of Bleecker Street
Season 5, episode 1
W: Lou Shaw   D: Barry Shear

With Shelley Winters (Thelma), Gordon MacRae (Sheriff Rodney), Kay Lenz (Eve Randall), Robyn Millan (Honey Halstead), Keith Barbour (Chip), Morris Buchanan (Sgt. Mulligan), Vicky Huxtable (Sherry), Don Hanmer (Johnny), Whit Bissell (Dr. Hansen), Bill Fletcher (Harry Walters), C. Lindsay Workman (William), Ken Lynch (Sgt. Grover).
A suspenseful tale opens the fifth season for Marshal McCloud, who stumbles onto a credit card ripoff scheme when a teenage runaway and her seriously ill infant lead him to a Greenwich Village discotheque.

October 13, 1974: The Gang That Stole Manhattan
Season 5, episode 2
W: Nicholas E. Baehr   D: Bruce Kessler

With Larry Hagman (Larry Harris), Fernando Lamas (Max Cortez), Leslie Parrish (Lynne O'Connell), Marc Lawrence (Vito Gilardi), Edward Binns (Wild Bill Hickok), Gino Ardito (O'Hara), Junero Jennings (Officer Levine), Toni Holt (Miss Gigi), Ruth McDevitt (Landlady), Salem Ludwig (Ben Segrist), Sidney Clute (Det. Simms), Coleen Gray (Muriel Clifford).
A small-time con man arranges underworld backing for a motion picture that is used as a diversion for a jewel robbery. When a real dead body shows up on the set, Sam McCloud's investigation turns to homicide.

November 3, 1974: Shivaree On Delancy Street
Season 5, episode 3
W: Mort Fine   D: Bruce Kessler

With Lou Gossett Jr. (Dewey Justin), Jack Kruschen (Selditz), Cesare Danova (Johnny Amado), John Quade (Merle Koska), Danny Thomas (Marcus Rubin), Dennis McCarthy (Police Commissioner), Vincent Baggetta (Lt. Bryant), Michael DeLano (Sgt. Rizzo), Sally Kemp (Gloria Allison), John Devlin (Sgt. Ashby), Jesse Welles (Judy Rubin), Stack Pierce (Harry Peoples), Tracy Reed (Carol Broadhurst).
Sgt. Broadhurst is shot while staking out a numbers pick-up man who is slain and robbed of the day's bets. And while fighting for his life, Broadhurst is also under investigation as a crooked cop, something that Sam McCloud cannot believe.

November 17, 1974: The 42nd Street Cavalry
Season 5, episode 4
W: Michael Gleason   D: Jerry Jameson

With Julie Sommars (Sgt. Mildred Cross), Peter Mark Richman (Capt. Dettmer), Michael Parks (Frank Gregory), Rafael Campos (Manny), Rudy Challenger (Lt. Marston), Brett Parker (Sheriff Thornton), John Finnegan (Harvey), Victor Campos (Hector Ramirez), Bert Freed (Packy Keefe), George Murdock (Sergeant Rosovitch), Steve Bond (Don), Ken Lynch (Sgt. Grover).
An unwanted assignment with New York's mounted police unit leads Marshal Sam McCloud to the robbery of a military armory and the slaying of a mounted police sergeant.

November 24, 1974: The Concrete Jungle Caper
Season 5, episode 5
W: Lou Shaw   D: Gene Levitt

With Joseph Campanella (Victor Rhigas), Brock Peters (DDT), Angel Tompkins (Madge), Lonny Chapman (Kramer), John Russell (Harry Hague), Victor Jory (Joseph Rhigas), John Marley (Phillip Rhigas), Robert Donner (Val), James Carroll Jordan (Steven Rhigas), Teri Garr (Sgt. Norton), Ken Lynch (Sgt. Grover), Sidney Clute (Det. Simms).
An international heroin ring is Sam McCloud's target when he goes undercover as a narcotics dealer.

January 12, 1975: The Man With The Golden Hat
Season 5, episode 6
W: Lou Shaw   D: Lou Antonio

With Jaclyn Smith (Margaret Hart), Don Ameche (Rene Jauvert), Robert Webber (Fritz August), Roger C. Carmel (David Curran), Philip Carey (Howard Barnett), Mills Watson (Hank Cook), Erica Hagen (Linda), Arthur Malet (Garvey), Liam Dunn (Ben), Ken Lynch (Sgt. Grover).
Marshal McCloud's hat holds the secret to a multi-million dollar conspiracy organized by the well-bred head of a ballet company.

January 26, 1975: Lady On The Run
Season 5, episode 7
W: Gilbert Edd   D: Russ Mayberry

With Mariette Hartley, Clu Gulager (Johnny Monahan), Roger Cudney (Drake), Jorge Martinez de Hoyos (Inspector Depalma), Pancho Cordova (Lopez), Ken Lynch (Sgt. Grover), Coleen Gray (Muriel Clifford).
Sam McCloud travels to Mexico City to track down a woman suspected of homicide, and ends up falling in love with her.

February 23, 1975: Sharks!
Season 5, episode 8
W: Lou Shaw   D: E.W. Swackhamer

With Christopher George (Vincent Burns), Lynda Day George (Stacey Decker), A Martinez (Larry Moreno), Dick Haymes (Bruce Carpenter), Herbert Jefferson Jr. (Father Livingston), Martin E. Brooks (Walter Bentley), Sandra Ego (Susan Blooming Bush), Woodrow Parfrey (Pawnbroker), Pat Hingle (Lt. Easton), Carmen Zapata (Mrs. Moreno), Richard O'Brien (Father Wallace).
The slaying of an Indian girl sends Sam McCloud on an undercover mission to nail the ruthless loan shark who is behind the murder.

March 30, 1975: Return To The Alamo
Season 5, episode 9
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Walter Doniger

With Diana Muldaur (Chris Coughlin), Teri Garr (Sgt. Norton), Larry Storch (Parkes), Charles Tyner (William Lang), Jeanne Cooper (Gladys), Brad Dexter (Mr. Foreman), Robert Weaver (Marty Foreman), Regis Cordic (Dr. Hunt), Lawrence Montaigne (Willie Dee), Roger E. Mosley (Dolan), Mark Wheeler (Hoyt Foreman), Lew Brown (Jennings), Ken Lynch (Sgt. Grover), Sidney Clute (Det. Simms).
Pressure for women in positions of authority at police headquarters results in a policewoman's rise to watch commander just as three life-and-death cases are breaking.

September 21, 1975: Park Avenue Pirates
Season 6, episode 1
W: Lou Shaw   D: E.W. Swackhamer

With Barbi Benton (Shannon Forbes), Jessica Walter (Jessica Wright), Lorna Luft (Marlene Morgan), Raymond St. Jacques (Mr. Gregory), Dick Whittington (Mike Parker), Fred Holliday (Agent Lund), Hoke Howell (Jeremy Darnell), Anne Schedeen (Tina), Paul Hampton (Tommy), Al Ruscio (Doctor), Ken Lynch (Sgt. Grover), Sidney Clute (Det. Simms).
A ruthless executive of a recording firm kills the manager of a rising young country music star because he won't sign with her company.

October 19, 1975: Showdown At Times Square
Season 6, episode 2
W: Lou Shaw   D: Ron Satlof

With Don Meredith (Linus Morton), Chief Dan George (Chief Stillwater), Sharon Farrell (Holly Dayton), Henry Gibson (Cookie Watkins), Ted Hartley (Donald Williams), Allan Miller (B.G. Clarkson), Joshua Shelley (Fields), John Kauffman (Johnny Stillwater), Noel Shire (Dr. Brand), Dee Timberlake (Maggie).
McCloud gives aid and sympathy to an Indian chief whose search for his grandson is linked to a hotel heist engineered by a disbarred lawyer, which in turn almost forces McCloud's resignation from the force.

November 16, 1975: Fire!
Season 6, episode 3
W: Lou Shaw, Robert Hamilton   D: Lou Antonio

With Diana Muldaur (Chris Coughlin), Robert Reed (Jason Carter), Lonny Chapman (Wally Forman), George Gaynes (Floyd Spencer), Robert Ellenstein (Mr. Andrews), Stack Pierce (Captain Roth), Robert Weaver (Stan Barry), Dee Timberlake (Maggie).
McCloud and his girlfriend go after an arson ring after her nephew dies in an apartment building fire, suspected of being the work of a professional arsonist.

November 23, 1975: Three Guns For New York
Season 6, episode 4
W: Jeff Sharkey   D: Bruce Kessler

With Diana Muldaur (Chris Coughlin), Neville Brand (Burl Connors), James Wainwright (Val Rankin), Greg Mullavey (Brad Rankin), Wright King (Agent Carter), Jack Kutcher (Agent Wilson), Keith Atkinson (Agent Edmonds), Lance Hool (Eddie Coy), Ken Lynch (Sgt. Grover), Ken Scott (Det. Polk), Sidney Clute (Det. Simms), Tracy Reed (Carol Broadhurst).
Three desperate gunmen go to New York looking for McCloud and seeking revenge and money for an arrest McCloud made several years before.

January 11, 1976: Our Man In The Harem
Season 6, episode 5
W: Glen A. Larson   D: E.W. Swackhamer

With Anne Archer (Wilhelmina Kirk), Michael Ansara (Sheik Ramal), Murray Hamilton (Donald Yates), Jeff Corey (Sheik Kampal), Robert Karnes (Officer Houstachek), Kim O'Brien (Nancy Houstachek), Robert F. Simon (Mr. Caine), John S. Ragin (Mr. Jessup), Kathrine Baumann (Eunice Selby), Randi Oakes (Margo Dale).
McCloud's missing persons assignment involves him in a white slavery racket.

February 22, 1976: The Day New York Turned Blue
Season 6, episode 6
W: Glen A. Larson   D: E.W. Swackhamer

With Della Reese (Sgt. Gladys Harris), Gig Young (Jack Hefferman), William Daniels (Fred Pearson), Bernadette Peters (Bebe Murchinson), Michael Pataki (Officer Rizzo), Marge Redmond (Mrs. Johnson), Val Bisoglio (Chaney), Alex Nicol (Commissioner Denton), Paul Lambert (Mr. Constantine), Ken Lynch (Sgt. Grover), Herbert Jefferson Jr. (Doctor), Carole Wells (Charlene).
A union executive marked for death, a hooker who paints her clients blue and a police strike mar what McCloud and Broadhurst hope will be an easy shift.

March 21, 1976: Night Of The Shark
Season 6, episode 7
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Ron Satlof

With Lloyd Bochner (Alfred Donnelly), Rowena Wallace (Det. Jennifer McGee), Gus Mercurio (Alex Demery), Victoria Shaw (Carol Donnelly), Alwyn Kurts (Superintendent Caldwell).
After Sam McCloud slays the assassin of an Australian police official, he becomes a target himself when he escorts the body back to Australia.

October 24, 1976: Bonnie And McCloud
Season 7, episode 1
W: Michael Sloan   D: Steven Hilliard Stern

With Leigh Taylor-Young (Bonnie Foster), Geoffrey Lewis (Andy Kline), Richard Jaeckel (Sheriff Matheson), Vic Tayback (Harry "Steam Hammer" McNair), John Quade (Pete Stern), Gregory Walcott (Charlie Watson), Dennis Burkley (Big Mama), Gilbert Green (Jack Straker), Tracy Reed (Carol Broadhurst).
Season premiere. When Sam McCloud realizes that his girlfriend is suspected of shooting a trucking executive, he trails her to Oklahoma and soon becomes a fugitive from the law.

December 26, 1976: 'Twas The Fight Before Christmas...
Season 7, episode 2
W: Michael Sloan   D: Dennis Weaver

With Diana Muldaur (Chris Coughlin), William Sylvester (Jason Howard), Dean Stockwell (Pete Lancaster), Henry Olek (Jim), Linda Gray (Kate O'Hannah), Robert Weaver (Scott), Robert Ellenstein (Capt. Hellman), Ann Dusenberry (Peggy), Ken Lynch (Sgt. Grover), Sandy Champion (Officer Washington).
Marshal McCloud's plans for a quiet Christmas Eve with his girlfriend are interrupted by a woman's suicide attempt and a trio of narcotics addicts who -- foiled in their holdup attempt -- escape with hostages.

January 16, 1977: The Great Taxicab Stampede
Season 7, episode 3
W: Gregory S. Dinallo, Michael Sloan   D: Ivan Dixon

With George Hamilton (Keith Hampton), Jane Seymour (Nidavah Ritzach), Patricia Quinn (Eileen Mitchell), Alan Manson (Murray Gutman), Tom Moses (Ted Richards), James Ingersoll (David Kessler), Tracy Reed (Carol Broadhurst), Sidney Clute (Det. Simms).
McCloud is falsely accused in the slaying of a drug-dealing cabbie.

January 23, 1977: The Moscow Connection
Season 7, episode 4
W: Michael Kozoll   D: Bruce Kessler

With Hoyt Axton (Johnny Starbuck), Britt Ekland (Tatiana Krasnavian), L.Q. Jones (Kenny Hingle), Nehemiah Persoff (Tereshkov), Morgan Paull (Pierre Belsen), David Hurst (Col. Krasnavian), Robert Phillips (Bresnovitch), Rick Traeger (Lukoff).
A singing tour of the U.S.S.R., a drug-addicted country music vocalist, a Soviet diplomat's daughter and narcotics smuggling are the elements in a confrontation pitting the U.S. State Department against the Soviet secret police -- and Sam McCloud is in the middle.

March 6, 1977: London Bridges
Season 7, episode 5
W: Michael Sloan   D: Noel Black

With Diana Muldaur (Chris Coughlin), Jack Cassidy (Lord Charles Bridges), John Lehne (Jack Garland), Stephen Nathan (Simon Fletcher), Bernard Behrens (John Keaton), Adam Faith (Inspector Craig), Susan Woollen (Tracy Bridges), Richard Sanders (Matt Clayton), Spencer Milligan (Liam O'Brien), DeAnn Mears (Lady Sinclair), Derek Murcott (Deputy Inspector Phillips), Roger Newman (Lord James Rothwell).
Lord Charles Bridges, a high-flying visitor from Britain with a penchant for stealing jewelry from his American hosts, is a secret witness to the slaying of a man he was about to rob.

April 17, 1977: McCloud Meets Dracula
Season 7, episode 6
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Bruce Kessler

With Diana Muldaur (Chris Coughlin), Tom Snyder (Himself), John Carradine (Loren Belasco), Michael Sacks (Dr. Pollick), Reggie Nalder (Morris), Booth Colman (Coroner), Michael Pataki (Reporter), Vince Howard (Reporter), Bobbie Mitchell (Angie), Ken Lynch (Sgt. Grover), Ken Scott (Det. Polk).
Murder victims are found to be drained of blood, and an elderly star of vampire films is suspected; Chief Clifford is on the hunt for a random sniper. (Last show of the series.)

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