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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'McMillan And Wife' from 1970-1982:



1970-1982 Episode Guide for 'McMillan And Wife':


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





September 17, 1971: Once Upon A Dead Man
W: Leonard Stern, Chester Krumholz   D: Leonard Stern

With Jack Albertson (Chief Yeakel), Rene Auberjonois (Andre Stryker), Kurt Kasznar (Edmond Corday), Jonathan Harris (Mr. Wortzel), Herb Edelman (Gregory Constantine), James Wainwright (John Patterson), Stacy Keach Sr. (Dr. Hinton).
Rock Hudson makes his TV acting debut in the pilot for McMillan and Wife, which will be part of Wednesday night's trilogy on NBC. In tonight's episode, police commissioner Stewart McMillian becomes more involved than he wants to with his wife's charity auction of valuable antiques, proceeds of which are to go for the rehabilitation of criminals.





September 29, 1971: Murder By The Barrel
Season 1, episode 1
W: Oliver Hailey   D: John Astin

With Kenneth Mars (Mr. Buchanan), David Huddleston (Pylant), Vito Scotti (Guido Barteloni), Warren Kemmerling (Dickerson), Michael Bow (Logan), Don Ross (Brady), Carmen Zapata (Mrs. Barteloni).
Rock Hudson stars in his first comedy-drama series as Police Commissioner of San Francisco. Costarring in the segment of NBC's Mystery Movie trilogy is Susan Saint James as his wife. Tonight, a body pops out of a barrel on moving day for the McMillans and subsequently disappears.

October 20, 1971: The Easy Sunday Murder Case
Season 1, episode 2
W: Burt Prelutsky   D: Barry Shear

With Yale Summers (George Fairborn), June Havoc (Francesca Fairborn), Paul Stewart (Chief Yeakel), Wally Cox (Dr. Carmichael), Shepperd Strudwick (Rudolph Dimrose), Joey Forman (Motorcycle Policeman).
The McMillans plan a peaceful weekend but it's interrupted with the disappearance of a show dog and then a murder.

November 10, 1971: Husbands, Wives And Killers
Season 1, episode 3
W: Leonard Stern, Robert Lewin   D: Daniel Petrie

With Lorraine Gary (Connie), Cesare Danova (Alex DeSane), Paul Stewart (Chief Yeakel), Ed Flanders (Tom Benton), Tyne Daly (Janet Benton), Oscar Beregi Jr. (Joseph Corlino), Ron Masak (Policeman), John Abbott (Rochemont).
A masquerade ball erupts in panic when a close friend of the McMillans is murdered in an apparent "robbery" in which nothing is taken.

December 8, 1971: Death Is A Seven Point Favorite
Season 1, episode 4
W: Robert Lewin, S.L. Bernard, Adam Edwards   D: John Astin

With Don Stroud (Billy Benton), Andrew Duggan (Harlan Royce), John Anderson (Sandy King), Peter Bonerz (George Harvard), Jackie Coogan (Lowball), Larry Pennell (Vic Whelan), Don Ross (Brady).
Members of a pro football team become suspects to a murder when an autographed ball becomes a clue.

January 5, 1972: The Face Of Murder
Season 1, episode 5
W: Oliver Hailey   D: Hy Averback

With Claude Akins (Freddie O'Neal), Edward Andrews (Carter Mayerling), Hazel Court (Frances Mayerling), Jon Cypher (John Thomas Clark), Richard Deacon (Peter Childs), Marj Dusay (Eloise Simms), Cliff Osmond (Bull), Dick Wilson (Simon Mehlin), Stafford Repp (Boris Potter).
A master jewel thief, who hasn't been active in 10 years, resumes committing robberies during social parties and manages to elude Commissioner McMillan.

February 16, 1972: Til Death Do Us Part
Season 1, episode 6
W: Oliver Hailey   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Lawrence Pressman (Peter Jordan), Samantha Jones (Loretta), Ned Wertimer (Harry), Linda Watkins (Emily Hull), Alice Nunn (Mrs. Maxwell).
The McMillans are home alone celebrating Sally's birthday when they discover that every sharp object in the house is missing, and that they are sealed in their own home -- with lethal gas pouring in.

March 1, 1972: An Elementary Case Of Murder
Season 1, episode 7
W: Brad Radnitz, Paul Mason   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Barbara McNair (Lee Richards), Michael Ansara (Ben Matthews), Jack Carter (Cunningham), Bobby Troup (Errol Wilson), Martin E. Brooks (Deputy D.A. Chapman), Selma Diamond (Gas Station Attendant), Byron Morrow (Dr. Jackson), Herb Armstrong (Officer Fred).
From out of commissioner McMillan's past comes a plea for help from an old sweetheart, who is charged with murdering her husband.





September 24, 1972: The Night Of The Wizard
Season 2, episode 1
W: Steve Fisher   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Cameron Mitchell (Harry Hastings), Sharon Acker (Evie Kendall), Paul Richards (Dr. Spake), Eileen Brennan (Nora Dane), Phil Carey (Arthur Kendall), Carole Cook (Marnie), Martin E. Brooks (Deputy D.A. Chapman), John Astin (Sykes).
The second season begins with the police commissioner and his wife attending a seance at which a friend's murdered husband returns to torment her.

October 22, 1972: Blues For Sally M.
Season 2, episode 2
W: Oliver Hailey, Alfred Brenner   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Keir Dullea (Buzz Simms / Mr. Warlock), Edie Adams (Louise Montgomery), Jack Carter (Mr. Montgomery), Tom Troupe (Joe Layton), Don Mitchell (Manny Sky), Charlotte Rae (Mrs. Drake), Ned Wertimer (Mr. Drake), Barbara Rhoades (Waitress), James Dobson (Reporter), Martin E. Brooks (Deputy D.A. Chapman).
When an attempt is made on the life of a musician, Police Commissioner McMillan finds several personal items belonging to his wife in the man's apartment, although she denies knowing him.

November 19, 1972: Cop Of The Year
Season 2, episode 3
W: Oliver Hailey, Paul Mason   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Lorraine Gary (Monica Fontaine), Kenneth Mars (Dr. Thursby), Charles Nelson Reilly (Davidson), Michael Ansara (Mike Bolger), Paul Winchell (TV Interviewer), Edmond O'Brien (Mr. Fontaine), John Astin (Sykes), Martin E. Brooks (Deputy D.A. Chapman), Colby Chester (Alex Fontaine).
After receiving the policeman-of-the-year award, Sergeant Enright is booked for the murder of his ex-wife, and begins to look more guilty each day.

December 13, 1972: Terror Times Two
Season 2, episode 4
W: Gloria Goldsmith   D: Ron Winston

With Andrew Duggan (Frank Carstairs), Martin E. Brooks (District Attorney), Alan Manson (Eddie), Celeste Yarnell (Miss Jones), Noble Willingham (Sheriff), Charlotte Stewart (Sheila), Larry Hovis (O'Day).
Commissioner McMillan is abducted and replaced with an identical double -- the likeness even fooling his wife, Sally -- for the purpose of killing a witness against an underworld kingpin.

January 14, 1973: No Hearts, No Flowers
Season 2, episode 5
W: Steve Fisher   D: Gary Nelson

With Martin E. Brooks (Chapman), Sheree North (Dr. Voight), Scott Brady (Casey), Dick Van Patten (Henry), Lee Paul (Officer Ryan), Leon Askin (Ingo), James Dobson (Sims), Albert Salmi (Joe Marley), Paul Lichtman (Man).
A psychopathic sailor threatens Sally McMillan's life when she rejects his advances.

March 11, 1973: The Fine Art Of Staying Alive
Season 2, episode 6
W: Oliver Hailey   D: Edward M. Abroms

With Henry Jones (Matthew Pennington), Cesare Danova (Feliciano), Alan Hale Jr. (Port Captain), Alan Caillou (Sir William), John Stephenson (Harry), Felice Orlandi (Hill), Paul Sorenson (Stacy), Stuart Nisbet (Mr. James), King Moody (Cowboy Car Salesman).
Sally McMillan is kidnapped. The abductors demand as ransom a priceless Rembrandt on display at the San Francisco Art Museum, leaving the commissioner in a quandry over procedure of the case, and the search for Sally's hidden clue to her whereabouts in a phone conversation.

April 1, 1973: Two Dollars On Trouble To Win
Season 2, episode 7
W: Burt Prelutsky   D: Gary Nelson

With William Demarest (Cyrus McPhee), Murray Matheson (Angus McPhee), Jackie Coogan (Howard Sparks), Barbara Rhoades (Darlene Marsnak), Lou Wagner (Willie Marsnak), Rafael Campos (Abel Mendoza), Robert Donner (Price), John Astin (Sykes).
Someone is trying to scare Sally McMillan's adopted uncle into a heart attack, and she and Commissioner McMillan are puzzled as to who it might be.





September 30, 1973: Death Of A Monster...Birth Of A Legend
Season 3, episode 1
W: Gordon Cotler, Don M. Mankiewicz   D: Daniel Petrie

With Roddy McDowall (Jamie McMillan), Roger C. Carmel (Houston Gorman), John McLiam (Desmond Ramsey), Jennifer Leak (Nell), Scott Thomas (Duncan), Diana Webster (Mrs. McTaggert).
The third season kicks off as the McMillans are summoned to Scotland by Mac's Uncle Michael, who is found dead on their arrival. Although it appears to be a suicide, the commissioner comes across some likely suspects, including his uncle's grandson, the only heir to a sizable fortune.

October 21, 1973: The Devil, You Say
Season 3, episode 2
W: Steve Fisher   D: Alex March

With Werner Klemperer (Dr. Bleeker), Keenan Wynn (Professor Zagmeyer), Robert Hooks (Sam Burke), Barbara Colby (Linda Comsac), J.D. Nichols (George Comsac), Rita Gam (Pam Crane), John Fiedler (Simpson), Joshua Shelley (Erwin Blake).
Sally McMillan's life is endangered when she becomes the unwilling victim of a macabre scare campaign in a Halloween mystery murder.

November 11, 1973: Free Fall To Terror
Season 3, episode 3
W: Oliver Hailey   D: Alf Kjellin

With Dick Haymes (Billy Calm), Barbara Feldon (Maggie Miller), James Olson (W.T. Knox), Tom Bosley (Sam Hamilton), Edward Andrews (Israel Black), James Dobson (Cherry Picker), Andy Romano (Policeman), Carole Cook (Carol Crenshaw), Tom Troupe (Jason Greene), John Fiedler (Simpson), Barbara Rhoades (Linda).
A business tycoon presumably commits suicide by jumping from the top of a building but leads Commissioner McMillan to suspect that all is not what it seems to be.

January 6, 1974: The Man Without A Face
Season 3, episode 4
W: Gordon Cotler, Don M. Mankiewicz   D: Lee H. Katzin

With Nehemiah Persoff (Clementa Habbib), Dana Wynter (Elena Standish), Steve Forrest (Mark Erickson), Gino Conforti (Aldo), Stephen McNally (Myles Eisner), Donna Douglas (Rita), Vito Scotti (Sykes), Ross Hagen (Brady), William Bryant (Father Regan), Ned Wertimer (Kelso).
When Commissioner McMillan accepts an appointment with his friend and former partner, he finds him murdered -- with a cryptic message left behind giving clues to the murderer's next victim.

January 27, 1974: Reunion In Terror
Season 3, episode 5
W: Oliver Hailey   D: Mel Ferber

With Buddy Hackett (Joey Germaine), Salome Jens ('Boom Boom' Parkins), Michael Ansara (Sammy Warren), Roosevelt Grier (Bobo Johnson), Milt Kogan (Sinclair), Carole Cook (Carole Crenshaw), Ned Wertimer (Al Parkins).
Commissioner McMillan and Sally attend his 20-year college football reunion, which ends in tragedy when one of the former players is found slain, and the long-standing petty jealousies of the rest of the squad point to many suspects.

February 17, 1974: Cross & Double Cross
Season 3, episode 6
W: Oliver Hailey   D: Alex March

With Dabney Coleman (Frank Hansen), Jackie Coogan (Howard Sparks), Morgan Woodward (Teddy Samms), Rhonda Fleming (Vera Royale), Carole Cook (Carole Crenshaw), George Sawaya (Al), Joyce Jameson (Girl in Bar).
Rock Hudson plays a dual role as Commissioner McMillan and escaped convict Claudio Manton. The commissioner assumes Manton's identity to woo his malevolent girlfriend and learn of the arrival of a gold shipment.





September 29, 1974: Downshift To Danger
Season 4, episode 1
W: Peter S. Fischer   D: Lou Antonio

With Van Johnson (Harry Jerome), Bert Convy (Derek Quigley), Peter Breck (George Noland), Alex Karras (Al Potter), Pamela Hensley (Gwyneth Jerome), R.G. Armstrong (Sheriff Faraday), Jim Antonio (Dr. Wheatley), Hildy Brooks (Louise Noland), Scatman Crothers (Floyd), Barbara Bosson (Della Wheatley).
The McMillans compete in a sports car rally for a $1 million prize, but when it becomes marred by pranks and freak accidents, Mac becomes suspicious of others in the race.

October 20, 1974: The Game Of Survival
Season 4, episode 2
W: William Driskill   D: Harry Falk

With George Maharis (Walter Webley), Stefanie Powers (Rachel Webley), Andrew Duggan (Ewing Webley), William Windom (Ted Hoffenstein), Kenneth Tobey (Sgt. Halliday), Titos Vandis (Boravitch), Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. (Renaldo Martinez), Bobby Riggs (Himself).
Mac and Sally search for a hot-tempered European tennis pro who is suspected in the murder of a prominent Bay Area millionaire.

November 10, 1974: Buried Alive
Season 4, episode 3
W: Howard Berk   D: James Sheldon

With Barry Sullivan (Walt Harmon), Donna Mills (Laura Rainey), Jose Feliciano (Rico Martinez), Larry Pennell (Agent Cushing), Don Keefer (Selwyn), M. Emmet Walsh (Officer Ames), Maudie Prickett (Mrs. Chandler), Connie Sawyer (Mrs. Goodbody), Queenie Smith (Woman).
McMillan's clandestine meeting with an old spy crony, who was declared dead 10 years earlier, is shattered by a bullet which kills the man, and the only lead is the man's pipe tobacco.

December 8, 1974: Guilt By Association
Season 4, episode 4
W: Steven Bochco   D: Harry Falk

With Susan Strasberg (Virginia Ryan), David Soul (Jerry), Pat Harrington Jr. (Nino Mordanti), John Randolph (Andrew Brill), Gene Washington (Luke Johnson), Phil Leeds (Mr. Potts), Dick Butkus (Coach), Logan Ramsey (Coroner), Felton Perry (Carter Lewis), Dennis Patrick (Leon Silver), Bernie Kopell (Bernini Mussolino), Paul Stevens (Buddy Stone).
The McMillans' maid, Mildred, goes on jury duty but her initial enthusiasm for civic duty is dimmed when she's attacked in her hotel room and a fellow juror is slain.

January 19, 1975: Night Train To L.A.
Season 4, episode 5
W: Booker Bradshaw, Richard Danus, David P. Lewis   D: Leonard Horn

With Paul Burke (Police Chief Walker), Linda Evans (Nicole Avery), Michael Callan (Tommy Brown), James McEachin (Sgt. Dugan), Murray Matheson (Aaron Hildreth).
Commissioner McMillan has eight hours to find a slayer of a controversial anti-police author aboard a convention-bound train loaded with policemen -- all of whom are likely suspects.

February 16, 1975: Love, Honor And Swindle
Season 4, episode 6
W: Peter S. Fischer   D: Lou Antonio

With Mildred Natwick (Beatrice McMillan), David Birney (Randy Murphy), Gretchen Corbett (Megan McMillan), Norman Fell (Allan Kovacs), Richard Deacon (Luther Dorfman), David Spielberg (Lt. Callahan), Liam Dunn (Reverend Coffey), Byron Morrow (Burton Ridgely), James Hong (Bellboy), Joshua Shelley (Trumble).
Mac's mother arrives in San Francisco to announce the marriage of his little sister. Upon meeting the bridegroom, however, the commissioner's inherent suspicion gets the better of him and he decides to check it out.





September 28, 1975: The Deadly Inheritance
Season 5, episode 1
W: Peter S. Fischer   D: Lou Antonio

With Mildred Natwick (Beatrice McMillan), William Demarest (Andy Kenesaw), Jack Gilford (Howard Liebowitz), Pat Harrington Jr. (Preston Halsey), John Fink (George Carlisle), Jim Antonio (Buck McCord), Bert Freed (Edgar Winfield), Eve Plumb (Jenny), Colby Chester (Tolliver), Jill Jaress (Sgt. Muldar).
Commissioner McMillan and his wife return for a fifth season of investigating crime in San Francisco. Tonight, mother McMillan arrives to help her old friend celebrate his birthday, and an attempt is made on the friend's life.

October 26, 1975: Requiem For A Bride
Season 5, episode 2
W: Howard Berk   D: E.W. Swackhamer

With Henry Darrow (Inspector Arnaud), Geraldine Brooks (Eileen Cole), Lew Ayres (Ambassador Sinclair), Lawrence Pressman (Alan Joyce), Francis DeSales (Lester Lanier), Susan Sullivan (Maggie Arnaud), Alan Manson (Raymond Poole), Lynn Borden (Sharon Joyce), George Wyner (Frank Daniels), Barbara Rhoades (Linda).
Mac becomes a walking target of a killer -- but the bullet intended for him accidentally kills the bride of his friend, a visiting French police inspector.

November 9, 1975: Aftershock
Season 5, episode 3
W: Pat Fielder, Richard Bluel   D: Harry Falk

With Richard Dawson (Roger Stambler/Ken Ryan), Rosanna DeSoto (Katina), Bill Dana (Mr. Harrington), Julie Newmar (Luciana Amaldi), Walter Brooke (Martin Sandowski), Robert Loggia (Demetrios Anapopoulis), Val Bisoglio (Ernie Booker), Barbara Barrie (Emily Church), Dennis Patrick (George Church), Dabney Coleman (Walter Jennings), Milton Selzer (Ames), Ed Peck (Cop), Jerome Guardino (Man at Party).
The McMillans discover their house holds an old secret when an earthquake reveals a very dusty skeleton in their fireplace, who Mac then proceeds to try to identify.

December 7, 1975: Secrets For Sale
Season 5, episode 4
W: Bill Driskill   D: Bob Finkel

With Meredith Baxter (Faye Leonard), Murray Hamilton (Herb Simpson), Don Porter (Adrian Danzinger), John Vernon (Nelson), James Olson (Mr. Townsend), Graham Jarvis (Albert Shaw), Ron Silver (Arthur Taylor), Ned Wilson (Jerry Herschel), Davis Roberts (Jesse Underwood).
McMillan is pleased but wife Sally is suspicious when Sgt. Enright retires from the police department and announces his engagement to a wealthy young woman -- and a new job, that of the head of a sophisticated information gathering firm whose sideline is espionage.

January 18, 1976: The Deadly Cure
Season 5, episode 5
W: Richard Danus   D: James Sheldon

With Michael Constantine (Dr. Eisner), Lola Albright (Nurse Fisher), Macdonald Carey (Dr. Gunther), Dick Sargent (Dr. Vale), Liam Dunn (Dave Duncan), Michael Tolan (Dr. Janetta), Nate Esformes (William Torrio), Michael Vandever (Billy Shields), Hal England (Carl Bruin), Barbara Bosson (Nurse Beach), Frank Maxwell (Chief Inspector Hines).
While in the hospital, Mac believes he witnessed a homicide, but his doubts grow when there is no evidence of the crime.

February 15, 1976: Greed
Season 5, episode 6
W: Virginia Aldridge   D: Bob Finkel

With Martha Raye (Agatha), Tab Hunter (Roger Thornton), Slim Pickens (William Halsted), Alejandro Rey (Miguel Esteban), Lane Bradbury (Jennifer Carter), Nancy Malone (Sandy Adams), Don 'Red' Barry (Sam), Gordon Jump (Doctor), James Whitmore Jr. (Goon).
Mildred's sister Agatha arrives in San Francisco to await the passing of their aunt -- but their motives are quite unlike their greedy nephew Roger, who angrily contests the will when all is left to young grandniece Jenny Carter.

March 7, 1976: Point Of Law
Season 5, episode 7
W: Howard Berk   D: Lou Antonio

With Susan Anspach (Lt. Kit Boone), William Daniels (Commander Campbell), Andrew Duggan (Capt. Stiles), Scott Thomas (Commander Harleigh Boone), Stephen Young (Lt. Corbett), Robert F. Simon (Military Judge), Alan Fudge (Jack Porter), Cassie Yates (Terry Farrell), James Karen (George Pauling), Len Lesser (Benny Carr), Hamilton Camp (Mr. Selig).
Mac returns to naval reserve duty with the Judge Advocate General Corps and is assigned to defend a young WAVE lieutenant accused of murder.





December 5, 1976: All Bets Off
Season 6, episode 1
W: Robert Swanson   D: Jackie Cooper

With Jessica Walter (Donna Drake), Dane Clark (Lt. Bodine), Werner Klemperer (Mr. Van Doren), Jason Evers (Roland Merrill), Charles Drake (Web Hilliard), Dick Haymes (Fred Wesley), Norman Alden (Randy Baine), Richard Gilliland (Sgt. DiMaggio), Richard Stahl (Desk Clerk), Bill Quinn (Chief Paulson).
Mac's plans for a weekend of fun and games in Las Vegas with tennis star Donna Drake are dashed when she becomes the unwitting focal point of a swindle, a slaying, and a phony kidnapping.

January 2, 1977: Dark Sunrise
Season 6, episode 2
W: Jerry McNeely   D: Bob Finkel

With Kim Basinger (Janet Carney), Karen Valentine (Sgt. Rupert), Rick Lenz (Father Matheson), Julie Adams (Dorothy Wininger), Dub Taylor (Proprietor), Bill Quinn (Chief Paulson), Antony Carbone (Joe Murcheson), Stuart Nisbet (Bernard McGavin), Robert F. Hoy (Sgt. Mason), Richard Gilliland (Sgt. DiMaggio).
Mac returns from a fishing trip to find himself presumed dead -- the apparent victim of an assassination plot.

January 23, 1977: Phillip's Game
Season 6, episode 3
W: Don M. Mankiewicz, Gordon Cotler   D: Lou Antonio

With Martha Raye (Agatha), Richard Gilliland (Sgt. DiMaggio), Shirley Jones (Ellyn Mandrake), Tony Roberts (Philip Bainbridge), Nina Foch (Marietta Galway), Lloyd Bochner (Gregg Patterson), William Windom (Charles Whalen), Jay Varela (Alvarez).
Mac tries to solve the slaying of a building inspector while dealing with a charming hit man who informs Mac that he is his next victim.

January 30, 1977: Coffee, Tea Or Cyanide?
Season 6, episode 4
W: Richard Bluel, Pat Fielder   D: James Sheldon

With Martha Raye (Agatha), Richard Gilliland (Sgt. DiMaggio), Julie Sommars (Carol Hanover), Jack Jones (Johnny Barton), Leslie Charleson (Ginny Lindauer), Marisa Pavan (Hattie Carrara), Tisha Sterling (Anna Meridio), Robert Webber (Charles Meridio), Ed Nelson (Captain Wyler), Russell Johnson (Carl Jensen), Joan Pringle (Mary), Henry Beckman (Harry Court).
While trying to avoid a pushy reporter, Commissioner McMillan, en route to a Hawaiian vacation, discovers an in-flight homicide -- a first class passenger who accidentally drank some cyanide-laced wine that was meant for an unfaithful wife.

March 20, 1977: Affair Of The Heart
Season 6, episode 5
W: Steven Bochco   D: Jackie Cooper

With Martha Raye (Agatha), Richard Gilliland (Sgt. DiMaggio), Stefanie Powers (Deputy D.A. Stephanie Bryant), Larry Hagman (Dr. Wesley Corman), Barbara Babcock (Lydia Corman), Lloyd Nolan (Horace Sherwin), John Kerr (Richard Valentine), Jason Wingreen (Murray Minter), Jed Allan (Alan Evans).
A popular television news anchorman is believed to have died in an auto accident, but an autopsy reveals digitalis poisoning and the evidence leads to the prominent family of Dr. Wesley Corman, Mac's dentist and longtime friend.

April 24, 1977: Have You Heard About Vanessa?
Season 6, episode 6
W: Leonard Kantor   D: James Sheldon

With Martha Raye (Agatha), Richard Gilliland (Sgt. DiMaggio), Trisha Noble (Beulah Harrington), Joanna Cameron (Vanessa Vale), Joan Van Ark (Georgie), Peter Donat (Murray Starr), Natalie Schafer (Mrs. Roberts), Ron Rifkin (Aaron Leacock), Roger Bowen (Ernie Hovey), Gordon Jump (Medical Examiner).
Mac discovers that a model who supposedly committed suicide was really pushed off her balcony. (Last show of the series.)


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