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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Police Woman' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'Police Woman':


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





March 26, 1974: The Gamble
Season 0, episode 1
W: Robert Collins   D: Richard Benedict

With Joseph Campanella (Carl Vitalle), Ed Bernard (Det. Joe Styles), Charles Dierkop (Det. Pete Royster), Bert Convy (Lt. Bill Crowley), Angie Dickinson (Lisa Beaumont).
Policewoman Lisa Beaumont is an undercover vice cop assigned to infiltrate an illegal gambling operation.





September 13, 1974: The End Game
Season 1, episode 1
W: Mark Rodgers   D: Alvin Ganzer

With Vince Howard (Det. Johnson), Lester Fletcher (Bank Manager), Nancy Priddy (Bank Teller), Patricia Stevens (Secretary), Linda Meiklejohn (Anne St. Clair), James Murtaugh (Sanford Elliott), Robin Clarke (Officer Baker), John Howard (Leland Perrier), Bill Williams (Lt. Graumann), Linda Dano (Mary Elliott), Skip Homeier (Sgt. Fairley), Jonelle Allen (Laurette Blake), Deirdre Lenihan (Joanne McCormack), Scott Walker (Larry Chambers), Susanne Benton (Karen Wilson), Paul Burke (John Fenner).
Angie Dickinson and Earl Holliman star as undercover police. This marks Miss Dickinson's bow as a star of a regular series. She poses as a bank employee in tonight's episode in order to trap robbers.

September 20, 1974: The Beautiful Die Young
Season 1, episode 2
W: Edward DeBlasio   D: Barry Shear

With William Windom (Ted Adrian), Kathleen Quinlan (Debbie Sweet), Cathy Rigby (Sandra), Val Bisoglio (Lt. Marsh), Diane Benton (Miriam), Nicole Kallis (Cheryl), Noel Toy (Madam), Monte Landis (Snitch), Erica Hagen (Peggy), Virginia Gregg (Astrid), Judy Canova (Arkie Lady), Harvey Jason (Don), Antonio Fargas (Rex), Jeane Byron (Cora), Karen Lamm (Bonnie June).
The owner of a so-called modeling agency betrays unsuspecting teenage girls into prostitution.

September 27, 1974: Warning: All Wives...
Season 1, episode 3
W: Edward DeBlasio   D: Arnold Laven

With Elinor Donahue (Ellie Tarlow), Martha Scott (Mrs. Wadsworth), Don Stroud (Frank Asher), William Katt (Marty Wadsworth), Val Bisoglio (Lt. Marsh), Joyce Bulifant (Peggy Lakes), Ray Buktenica (Resident), Wallace Earl (Nurse), David Carlile (Basil), John Gruber (Greg Lakes), Jack Ryland (Ron Tarlow), Nicole Kallis (Cheryl), Kirk Scott (Carl Dugan), Joan Darling (Theresa Russo), Robert F. Simon (Dr. Foreman).
Pepper Anderson poses as the wife of a patient at a hospital where a maniac has been killing wives of inpatients.

October 4, 1974: Seven-Eleven
Season 1, episode 4
W: Frank Telford   D: Richard Benedict

With Charles Bateman (Fred Boyle), Albert Popwell (Willie Roper), Karen Carlson (Gloria), Larry Hagman (Tony Bonner), John Larch (Lester Hummel), Chuck McCann (Harold Miller), Jay Ingram (FBI Escort), Trent Dolan (Mike), Dick Miller (Matt), Shirley Jo Finney (Hester Roper), Jac Emel (Simpson), Jeanie Bell (Marie).
Pepper catches a stewardess smuggling narcotics from a plane and assumes her identity to get the top man.

October 11, 1974: Anatomy Of Two Rapes
Season 1, episode 5
W: Pat Fielder, Richard Bluel   D: Barry Shear

With Rhonda Fleming (Carol Grainger), Hal Williams (George Thomas), Angel Tompkins (Wanda), C. Lindsay Workman (Hodgkins), Pat Morita (Mike Matsuto), Phil Carey (Walter Grainger), Steve Brodie (Krug), Tom Ruben (Paul), Aubri Martin (Mary), Read Morgan (Jake), Pamela Toll (Peggy Grainger), Lieux Dressler (Mrs. Kelso), Doug Chapin (Craig), Damon Douglas (Larry Kelso), Darrell Zwerling (Harry Kubelski), Jack Riley (Joe), Eddie Firestone (Art), Joshua Shelley (Earl Grey).
Sgts. Anderson and Crowley investigate two rape cases: one involving a society woman, the other a prostitute.

October 25, 1974: It's Only A Game
Season 1, episode 6
W: David Dugan   D: Leonard Horn

With Dane Clark (Ned Duffy), Patrick Wayne (Kevin Duffy), Clayton Wilcox (Lou Brunswick), Candy Ward (Linda), Anthony Cordova (Carlos), Ed Prentiss (Judge), Joseph Sicari (Benedetti), Mwako Cumbuka (Willy), Danny Ades (Ramirez), Peter Gonzales (Raymond Solis), Hector Elias (Sergio), Philip Michael Thomas (Sonny).
A retired cop is determined to drive his son into living up to all his fantasies of what an ideal cop should be.

November 1, 1974: Fish
Season 1, episode 7
W: Frank Telford   D: Bernard McEveety

With Dr. Joyce Brothers (Dr. Esther Howell), Morgan Woodward (Maury Ziegler), Marian Mercer (Jo Enders), Conny Van Dyke (Binnie Blye), John Alvin (Mr. Finley), Burr Smidt (Doctor), Ray Young (Bo), Sarina Grant (Corine), Lester Rawlins (Hoss Wilson).
Sgt. Anderson poses as a convict in a women's prison to convince a gangster's girlfriend to testify against him.

November 8, 1974: Flowers Of Evil
Season 1, episode 8
W: John W. Bloch   D: Alexander Singer

With Lynn Loring (Janet Richards), Fay Spain (Mame Dorn), Laraine Stephens (Gladys Conway), James Almanzar (Sgt. Berian), Ysabel MacCloskey (Mrs. Schmidt), Garry Walberg (Lund), Dick Balduzzi (Torson), Ann Morrison (Mrs. Barry), Elizabeth Kerr (Mrs. Edgeworth), Florence Lake (Mrs. Farrell), Meg Wyllie (Kathleen), June Christopher (Jane).
Sgt. Anderson poses as a nurse in a rest home for elderly women when three managers of the place are suspected of foul play.

November 22, 1974: The Stalking Of Joey Marr
Season 1, episode 9
W: Irving Gaynor Neiman   D: Bernard McEveety

With Monte Markham (Joey Marr), John Crawford (Captain Parks), Pepper Martin (Bert), Stephen Manley (Dick Smith), Michelle Stacy (Debbie Smith), Jerilyn Park (Nurse), Bill McKeever (Officer), Jerry Fitzpatrick (Bartender), Ron Stokes (Larry Bates), David S. Cass (Highway Patrolman), Phillip Terry (Landon), Sue Hathaway (Mrs. Smith), Joseph George (Sgt. Gallo), Med Flory (Tour Driver), Cliff Carnell (Bruno).
Sgt. Anderson is assigned to transport a key witness from the Mexican border to a courtroom for the trial of a gangster.

November 29, 1974: Requiem For Bored Wives
Season 1, episode 10
W: Irving Elman   D: Alvin Ganzer

With Bob Crane (Larry Brooks), E.J. Peaker (Kathy Brooks), Lance LeGault (Dennis Graham), Della Reese (Tina Thompson), Teddy Wilson (Tommy Thompson), Michael Alaimo (Patrolman), Dave Cameron (Mr. G), Ed Rue (Stu), Ruth Warshawsky (Loretta), Ronni Richards (Motel Clerk), Melendy Britt (Mary Kay), Jane Merrow (Linda), Betty Anne Rees (Betty).
Sgt. Pepper contacts a radio disc jockey who criticized policewomen and, after having lunch with him, learns that he's worried about his wife's infidelity.

December 6, 1974: Smack
Season 1, episode 11
W: Pat Fielder, Richard Bluel   D: John Newland

With William Shatner (Mark Ciprio), Linda Gillin (Helen), Collin White (Ted), Jamie Reidy (Dennis), Thomas Evans (Phil), Jonas Agee (Jerry Cook), Dick Anders (Carver), George Garro (Stemper), Tracy Bogart (Bonnie), Ray Vitte (Ron Daniels), Mwako Cumbuka (Willie), Anne Seymour (Mrs. Goddard), Ben Hammer (Walter Miller), Jamie Donnelly (Monica), Smokey Robinson (Sam Jennings), Robert Sampson (Mickey Ross), Barry Livingston (Eric Miller), Brenda Sykes (Linda Daniels).
Pepper disguises herself as a gym instructor to investigate a school's drug problem after a student is murdered. Another teacher is the prime suspect.

December 13, 1974: The Child Buyers
Season 1, episode 12
W: Larry Brody   D: Richard Benedict

With Judy Lewis (Lt. Ruth Grayson), Harry Bartell (Abe Falkner), Douglas Fowley (Ike Perry), Arlene Golonka (Carole English), Cliff Emmich (Ronald English), Sharon Farrell (Marcia Gordon), John Vernon (David Cory), Tom Castronova (Caruso), Virginia Hawkins (Mrs. Eberly), Wayne Wynne (Mr. Eberly), Julie Andelman (Laura), Kyle Richards (Julie), Bradley Lieberman (Scott), Christopher Wellman (Bobby), Barbara Flicker (Mrs. Simon), Les Lannom (Eric), Jen Mind (Judy), Burke Byrnes (Mr. Simon), Calvin Bartlett (Foreman), Lynne Redding (Lucy).
The search for a missing granddaughter of Sergeant Crowley's old friend leads Pepper to a black market adoption racket in which children are bought and sold.

December 20, 1974: Shoefly
Season 1, episode 13
W: Edward DeBlasio   D: Alvin Ganzer

With Rory Calhoun (Lou Gerard), Audrey Dalton (Rose Hess), Ed Nelson (Lt. Hess), Murray MacLeod (Sonny Boyer), Ken Renard (Judge), Luke Andreas (Maitre d), William Malloy (Beldon), Joseph Sicari (Benedetti), Kandi Keith (Harriet Styles), Robyn Hilton (Trudy), John Finnegan (Sgt. Bingham), Tony Young (Woody Lane), Phillip Pine (Capt. Peters), Annette O'Toole (Donna Hess), David White (Albin).
Police are aware of a nightclub owner being a gangster, but his connections prevent them from putting him behind bars. When an informant tells Sgt. Pepper that he has hired a hit man for an assassination plot, the police move in.

January 3, 1975: Target Black
Season 1, episode 14
W: Irving Gaynor Neiman   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Warren Stevens (Neil Armitage), Paul Linke (Harry), Ruby Dee (Cora Sanders), Alan Weeks (Michaels), Terrence Locke (Raynor), Karen Morley (Landlady), Pervis Atkins (Boomer), Jason Wingreen (Taxi Manager), Robert B. Williams (Gardner), Ralph Manza (Lombardi), Elliott Apstein (Fred), Robert Ginty (Anson Croy), Borah Silver (Maddox), Mary Alice (Marnie).
A political activist, against her wishes, gets protection from the undercover unit during a visit to a university campus.

January 17, 1975: Sidewinder
Season 1, episode 15
W: Richard Bluel   D: Reza Badiyi

With Lara Parker (Charlene), Glenn Robards (Patrolman), Ron Masak (Pincus), Sterling Swanson (Colonel), Geoffrey Lewis (Gates), Bill Dana (Bova), Edith Diaz (Maria Woolard), Glenn Corbett (Jerry Woolard), Nicky Blair (Bartender), Paul Savior (Sawyer), Milton Selzer (Moe Harris), John P. Ryan (Collier), Naomi Caryl (Bank Manager).
Sgt. Pepper Anderson poses as a prostitute and Sgt. Crowley poses as a client to help trap a team of former war buddies who re-organized to rob banks.

January 24, 1975: Blast
Season 1, episode 16
W: Chester Krumholz   D: Alvin Ganzer

With Robert Vaughn (Andrew Simms), George Murdock (Macon), Laraine Stephens (Christina Little), Maidie Norman (Nurse), John Crawford (Chief Parks), Gwil Richards (Doctor), Pete Marino (Maitre d), Hank Rolike (Trainer), Santos Morales (Carlos Ramirez), Frank O'Brien (Daner), Robert Emhardt (Apartment Manager), Ned Romero (Gomez), George Marshall (Jonas Van Dyke), Joyce Jillson (Florence).
Sgt. Pepper Anderson poses as a go-go dancer working for a saloonkeeper in order to investigate a murder.

January 31, 1975: No Place To Hide
Season 1, episode 17
W: Sean Baine   D: Leonard Horn

With Katherine Justice (Mary Webster), Tom Rosqui (Erik Mundy), David Selby (Nate Fesler), Mark Harmon (Paul Donin), Stephen Young (Ray Bradford), C. Lindsay Workman (Medical Examiner), Sarah Simmons (Susan), Carolyn Stellar (Tina), Gerald York (Jay Miller), John Finnegan (Sgt. Bingham), Joan Crosby (Landlady), Gordon Jump (Professor Southern), Jerry Fujikawa (Dr. Taka), Leanna Johnson (Wanda), Jim Malinda (Rizzo).
Sgt. Pepper Anderson and Sgt. Bill Crowley seek the slayer of several people who had been living under assumed names and false identities.

February 14, 1975: Nothing Left To Lose
Season 1, episode 18
W: Douglas Benton, Edward DeBlasio   D: Alexander Singer

With Patty Duke (Larue Collins), Patricia Barry (Mrs. Fontaine), Kathleen Lloyd (Alma), Vern Rowe (Marco), John Astin (Donny), Lee Paul (Sailor), Victor Sen Yung (Ah Choy), Dorothy Shay (Larue's Mother), Naomi Stevens (Mrs. Gucciares), Bruce Gordon (Angelo).
Spurned by Sergeant Crowley, a down-and-out born loser risks her life to maintain her only rank in life -- that of a police informant.

February 21, 1975: The Company
Season 1, episode 19
W: Gregory K. Scott   D: Alvin Ganzer

With John Crawford (Deputy Chief Parks), Frank DeKova (Vito Angelo), Joel Lawrence (Proctor), Jack Ryland (Doug), Marjorie Battles (Margo), Sheldon Allman (Captain Miller), Cedric Hardman (Cedric), Victor Holchak (Johnny), Jack Sheldon (Jeff), Timothy Blake (Susan), Johnny Seven (Gino Di Roma), Kaz Garas (Frankie Benson), Rick Jason (Vincent Phillips), Shelley Berman (Eddie Bender), Paula Kelly (Linda Summers).
The police investigate three gangland executions surrounding the organization of a new syndicate.

February 28, 1975: Ice
Season 1, episode 20
W: David Moessinger   D: David Moessinger

With Jane Elliot (Jana Hummel), James Keach (Cliff Hummel), Michael Parks (Jack McVey), Florence Halop (Hannah Victor), Rene Enriquez (Lt. Agoura), Val Bisoglio (Lt. Marsh), William Campbell (Emery Kehoe), Ned Glass (Samuel Victor).
Pepper and Bill pose as a married couple who are fences in order to trap a key figure in a ring of jewel thieves. Pepper goes a little bit further and pretends to be an alcoholic.

March 7, 1975: Bloody Nose
Season 1, episode 21
W: Shimon Wincelberg   D: Leonard Horn

With Joe Kapp (Visic), Jack Soo (Red Star), Joyce Jameson (Mrs. Dougherty), Eddie Egan (Brock), Joan Goodfellow (Hilary Barry), David Birney (Sean Barry), Helene Winston (Sylvia), Bill McKeever (Trucker), Hal Baylor (Trucker), Isiah Robertson (Trucker), Paul Pepper (Trucker), Al Stellone (Trucker).
While Sgt. Crowley is a counterman in a cafe, hoping to entrap a gang of truck hijackers, Pepper poses as a waitress at a neighboring cafe.

March 14, 1975: The Loner
Season 1, episode 22
W: Burton Armus   D: John Newland

With Neville Brand (Briscoe), Don Meredith (Turk Allison), Pat Harrington Jr. (Fred Blau), Pepper Martin (Peltz), Bill Coleman (Manager), Reuben Collins (Detective), Ben Davidson (Bouncer), Robert Phillips (Russo).
Pepper is strangely fascinated by a ruggedly individualistic ex-cop who works as a bodyguard and is antagonizing both the police and the gangster who's after his client.





September 12, 1975: Pawns Of Power
Season 2, episode 1
W: Sean Baine   D: Barry Shear

With Roddy McDowall (Moulton), Harry Olek (Sammy Kaplan), Robert Goulet (Eddie Diamond), Mary Ann Chinn (Teresa), Sydney Chaplin (Massena).
Sgt. Pepper Anderson poses as a blackjack dealer in a gambling casino in the first show of the series' second season. She is forced to extend her impersonation when law authorities tie in the gangland gamblers with a counterfeiting ring.

September 19, 1975: The Score
Season 2, episode 2
W: Gabe Essoe   D: Barry Crane

With Frank Aletter (Tony Scilio), Paul Koslo (Johnny 'Sticker' Hughes), Christopher Stone (Marty), Kelley Miles (Lara), Michael Constantine (Ralph).
A would-be drug tycoon becomes the focal point of a daring investigation by Anderson and Crowley.

September 26, 1975: Paradise Mall
Season 2, episode 3
W: Frank Telford   D: Alvin Ganzer

With Bruce Boxleitner (Ed Krohl), Gavan O'Herlihy (Gordon Stuart), James Wainwright (Tom Foley), Anne Newman-Mantee (Helen Foley), Robert B. Williams (Henderson), Georganne LaPiere (Joan Travis), Viola Harris (Colette), Reid Cruickshanks (Barney), Sherri Spillane (Shannon), Hank Brandt (Cheever), Kim O'Brien (Elsa Myers).
Pepper and Crowley investigate a series of deaths among young blonde women, including a police detective's wife.

October 3, 1975: Pattern For Evil
Season 2, episode 4
W: Edward DeBlasio   D: John Newland

With Stanley Brock (Press), Al Ruscio (Scott), Deborah Pratt (Kate), Charlie Brill (DiMarco), Logan Ramsey (Sanford), Harold J. Stone (Rolf), Janet Margolin (Lisa Tibbett), Rick Lenz (Nick Tibbett), Ron Soble.
The West Coast garment industry becomes the target for mob infiltration, causing Sgt. Anderson to work undercover as a lingerie model, and her team attempts to break the gang.

October 10, 1975: The Chasers
Season 2, episode 5
W: Irving Tunick   D: Barry Shear

With Ida Lupino (Hilda Morris), Ian McShane (Dan Markson), Robert Forward (Senator), John Alvin (Will Hazen), Vivian Bonnell (Myrtle Washington), Berlinda Tolbert (Lily Thomas), Edward Andrews (Calhoun), John Smith (Russ Hawkins), Paul Benjamin (Roman Washington).
When Pepper is the victim of a hit-and-run accident and is taken to a large hospital, she observes firsthand the tactics of a woman who ingratiates herself with patients and later bilks them.

October 17, 1975: Cold Wind
Season 2, episode 6
W: Ralph L. Kelly   D: Alexander Singer

With Lee Delano (Nicastro), Clarke Gordon (Haley), John Quade (Ganz), Kenneth Mars (Mort Barker), Daniel Benton (Stuart Borchers), Al Dunlap (Caffey), Alex Curi (Pietro Cardullo), Arnold Warda (Stovall), Bill Sorrells (Nellis), Barrie Youngfellow (Attorney), Alix Talton (Mrs. Borchers), Fuddle Bagley (Vint), Gina Alvarado (Mrs. Cardullo), Johana De Winter (Mrs. Barker).
The sniper shootings of two factory workers in a company parking lot sends Sgts. Anderson and Crowley on the trail of a mixed bag of suspects.

October 24, 1975: Silence
Season 2, episode 7
W: Edward DeBlasio   D: Barry Shear

With Robert Webber (Julian Lord), Than Wyenn (Attorney Hall), George Murdock (Hogan), Joanna Pettet (Glenna), C. Lindsay Workman (Hodgkins), Gavin Brendan (Eric), John Sebastian (Judge), Buddy Lester (Gus), James Almanzar (Berian), Sally Sommer (Irene Wilson), Joan Lancaster (Mrs. Larkin).
A woman, mute though not deaf, investigates the disappearance of her sister when her brother-in-law fails to report it to the police.

October 31, 1975: Above And Beyond
Season 2, episode 8
W: Elroy Schwartz   D: Alexander Singer

With Robert Sampson (Eric Jorgenson), Audrey Dalton (Mrs. Hunter), Jonelle Allen (Maxine Fuller), Scott Walker (Tony Tuncelli), Richard Venture (Matt Hunter Sr.), Ian Tanza (Bonnell), Ed Rue (Jed Smith), Jeff Goldblum (Spiro), Robert Nadder (Harvey Gruber), Rafael Campos (Sanchez), David S. Cass (Red Morgan), Pat Renella (Ben Richards), Peter Brown (Paul Monarch), Andrew Parks (Matt Hunter Jr.).
Romantic complications with an unreformed bank robber make Sgt. Anderson's undercover impersonation of a prison parolee more difficult.

November 4, 1975: Farewell, Mary Jane
Season 2, episode 9
W: Gregory K. Scott   D: Douglas Benton

With Ed Bakey (Jimmy Higgins), Frank O'Brien (Sgt. Byron), Patricia Estrin (Joyce), Sheldon Allman (Capt. Wade), Loni Anderson (Ginny), Geoffrey Lewis (Vern Spear), Lance LeGault (Bill Klein), Sam Elliott (Michael Gregory).
The dangers of over-training a police informant on the intricacies of drug running are made plain when a stool pigeon turns his knowledge into a big payoff.

November 11, 1975: Blaze Of Glory
Season 2, episode 10
W: Shimon Wincelberg   D: Barry Shear

With William Lucking (Charlie Lightfoot), Don Stroud (Vern Lightfoot), Phil Leeds (Salesman), Nellie Bellflower (Laurene).
A pair of bank-robbing brothers and a woman go on a Bonnie-and-Clyde style spree, knowing that it all may end with gunfire.

November 18, 1975: Glitter With A Bullet
Season 2, episode 11
W: S.S. Schweitzer   D: John Newland

With Frank Gorshin (David Griffin), John Rubinstein (Tommy), Robbie Lee (Jenny), Ivy Jones (Sandra Wortman), Olivia Cole (Dr. Bailey), Andra Akers (Linda Kamen), Michael Gregory (Record Producer), Robert Ginty (Dino), Nita Talbot (Audrey Roth).
Investigating the death of a rock star, Sgts. Anderson and Crowley realize the impact of narcotics on the recording industry.

November 25, 1975: The Purge
Season 2, episode 12
W: Burton Armus   D: Alvin Ganzer

With Don 'Red' Barry (Lt. Bocin), Lee Paul (Stanley Lawrence), Hayden Rorke (Judge Bruce), Stephen Pearlman (Lt. Sullivan), Bert Remsen (Ed Berrigan), Rick Jason (James Basterie), David Huddleston (Milton Brooks), Tige Andrews (Lieutenant McKay).
Sgt. Bill Crowley's career with the police department is jeopardized when he accidentally kills a 15-year-old boy during the investigation of a warehouse heist.

December 2, 1975: Don't Feed The Pigeons
Season 2, episode 13
W: John W. Bloch   D: Herschel Daugherty

With Joyce Jameson (Sister Clara), Erik Estrada (Benny Bates), Henry Gibson (Otto Otterman), Jeanette Nolan (Mrs. Raye), Bill McKeever (Ramsey), Alice Frost (Mrs. Klein), Lieux Dressler (Arlene DeWitt), Sondra Currie (Rayne), Vonetta McGee (Dee).
Sgts. Anderson and Crowley are determined to apprehend the con artists who have bilked a number of old women of their life savings.

December 9, 1975: The Hit
Season 2, episode 14
W: David Moessinger   D: David Moessinger

With Harris Yulin (Hummel), Amy Irving (Jody Hummel), David Toma (Colossimo), Eddie Egan (Jack Ballard), Fay Spain (Nadine Hummel), Geoffrey Horne (Dave Fisher), Wes Parker (Tony Harper), Conny Van Dyke (Caren Harper), John Crawford (Captain Parks), Carlos Ramirez (Santos Morales), Cliff Emmich (Whalen).
A hitman's failure to kill a prizefighter who has double-crossed the mob places his own life in jeopardy.

December 23, 1975: Incident Near A Black And White
Season 2, episode 15
W: Gregory K. Scott   D: Herschel Daugherty

With Don Galloway (Lt. Buckles), Roberto Millar (Rubin Rojas), Jim B. Smith (Officer Gemil), Ned Romero (Gates), Susan Blanchard (Karen Kelley), Cynthia Avila (Gloria), Chu Chu Malave (Bobby Romero), Cedrick Hardman (Henpecked Husband).
The glory-seeking ambitions of a vain police lieutenant undermine the painstaking police work of Sgts. Anderson and Crowley.

January 6, 1976: The Melting Point Of Ice
Season 2, episode 16
W: Shimon Wincelberg   D: Robert Vaughn

With Tom Reese (Piers), Paul Lambert (Ulrich), Charles Frank (Fuller), John Bleifer (Nathan Shotness), Hector Elias (Rio), Carmine Caridi (Starbo), John Crawford (Captain Parks), Kieu Chinh (Mai Fuller), Joan Tetzel (Mrs. Fuller), Alvin Kupperman (Haskow), Jason Wingreen (Copeman), William Phipps (C.J.).
Amateur thieves steal a million dollars worth of uncut diamonds from professional robbers when one of the pros panics.

January 20, 1976: The Pawn Shop
Season 2, episode 17
W: S.S. Schweitzer   D: Richard Benedict

With Joan Collins (Prudence), Diane Baker (Cynthia), Hal England (Ellis), Marty Zagon (Paul Ross), John Fujioka (Mr. Tanaka), Andre Pavon (John), James Metropole (Steve), Johnny Silver (Price), Frank Bonner (Donny's Father), John Dennis (Bishoff), Phillip Pine (George Crosland), Rod Browning (Chuck Bailey), Tom Castronova (Tommy Court), Ricky Segall (Donny), Chris Hubell (Bobby), Alex Colon (Rafe).
Pepper and Officer Royster pose as the owners of a pawnshop who fence expensive antiques and paintings stolen by a sophisticated burglary ring.

January 27, 1976: Angela
Season 2, episode 18
W: Irv Pearlberg   D: Alvin Ganzer

With Joseph Campanella (Joseph Carbeau), Brooke Adams (Angela), Pepper Martin (Hodges), Susan Buckner (Judy), Albert Able (Deputy D.A.), Loutz Gage (Judge), Rick Garcia (Rodriguez), Larry Ellis (Thaler), Billy Jackson (Astro), Jim Gruzalski (Aiello), John A. Zee (Rosen), Scott Hylands (Larry Barba).
Sgts. Anderson and Crowley set out to clear an investigator of charges stemming from his one-time romantic involvement with the daughter of a drug-dealing gangster.

February 3, 1976: Wednesday's Child
Season 2, episode 19
W: Sean Baine   D: Barry Shear

With Paula Kelly (Linda Summers), Robert Loggia (Paul Nicastro), Edd Byrnes (Billy Dodge), Tom Sparks (Prosecutor), Hershell Walthall (Earl Taylor), Helen Martin (Aunt Bessie), Randy Stuart (Judge), Gilbert Green (Jake Shulman), Audrey Christie (Mamie), Kejo (Trudy), Raymond St. Jacques (Alex Steeves).
Sgts. Anderson and Crowley are aided by a singer and a cat burglar in a plan to break up a burglary operation that victimizes wealthy single women.

February 10, 1976: Generation Of Evil
Season 2, episode 20
W: Stanley Roberts   D: Corey Allen

With Robert Vaughn (Lou Malik), Penny Santon (Mama Rossini), Barry Williams (Steve), David Opatoshu (Morrie Hirsch), Andrea Adler (Kay), Kevin Hagen (Norris), Claude Earl Jones (McGuire), Carmen Argenziano (Torelli), Sherwood Price (Lucas), Antony Carbone (Pappas), Neile McQueen (Denise), Robert Florea (Corey).
Sgt. Anderson poses as a Las Vegas chorus girl in an effort to crack a kidnapping case.

February 17, 1976: Double Image
Season 2, episode 21
W: Joseph Polizzi   D: Barry Shear

With Dane Clark (Sam Corbett), Diana Benton (Diana Corbett), Steve Vignari (Padowsky), Bill Dearth (Bruno), Dana Mackey (Willis Henry), Linda Borgeson (Bettina), Maurice Kowalewski (Mr. Lang), Steve-Allie Collura (Hector), Bobbie Mitchell (Candy), Catherine Burns (Sheila Sumner).
Officer Royster falls in love with the female suspect he is guarding.

February 24, 1976: Mother Love
Season 2, episode 22
W: Max Hodge   D: John Newland

With Brooke Bundy (Donna Jensen), Barry Brown (Scott Swanson), Donna Mills (Tamee Swanson), Chanin Hale (Adoption Clerk), Norma Connolly (Landlady), Laurie Kennedy (Anne Magruder), Larry Delaney (Jim Magruder), Marjorie Battles (Thelma), Clifford David (Denis), Michael Ebert (Mark Jensen).
A psychopathic mother kidnaps her baby from its adoptive parents and then resorts to homicide in an effort to keep the child.

March 2, 1976: Task Force: Cop Killer (1)
Season 2, episode 23
W: Edward DeBlasio, Douglas Benton   D: Barry Shear

With Cynthia Sikes (Michelle), Dane Clark (Sgt. Barnett), Kit Smythe (Barbara Crawford), Priscilla Pointer (Adele French), James Darren (Rick Matteo), Charles Haid (Charley French), Gerald McRaney (Comet), Don Stroud (Bobbo Olchin), Betsy Slade (Joanie), Cooper Huckabee (Yancey Parnell), James A. Watson Jr. (Jesse Arnold).
Pepper joins two other policewomen in demanding admittance to an all-male motorcycle task force. First of a two-part pilot for a spinoff series.

March 9, 1976: Task Force: Cop Killer (2)
Season 2, episode 24
W: Edward DeBlasio, Douglas Benton   D: Barry Shear

With Dr. Joyce Brothers (Dr. Marie Guy), James Darren (Rick Matteo), Cynthia Sikes (Michelle), Don Stroud (Bobbo Olchin), Gerald McRaney (Comet), Betsy Slade (Joanie), Priscilla Pointer (Adele French), Than Wyenn (Surgeon), James Karen (Driver), Kim Langford (Kate), John Milford (Larry Burns), Read Morgan (Yavich), Walt Davis (Thorpe), John Crawford (Chief Parks), Cooper Huckabee (Yancey).
The spinoff pilot concludes with more action involving the motorcycle division of the police department, as Pepper is kidnapped by a psychotic murderer.





September 28, 1976: The Trick Book
Season 3, episode 1
W: Edward DeBlasio, Douglas Benton   D: Barry Shear

With Brooke Bundy (Renee Andrews), Joan Collins (Lorelei Frank), Dorothy Malone (Madame LaSalle), Carole Wells (Dani Summers), Jack Gilford (Michael Eglash), Jerry Douglas (Leo Patri), Ned Wilson (Channing Andrews), David White (Brinker), Joe Burke (Jules Buck), C. Lindsay Workman (Medical Examiner), Maidie Norman (Celia Jackson), Clayton Wilcox (Roberts), John McCann (Adam), Susan Mullen (Mickey), Kathrine McKee (Barbara), Kandi Keith (Harriet Styles), Irene Yah-Ling Sun (Hanako), Michael Swan (Chaucer), Ian Wolfe (Mr. Meservey), Hayden Rorke (Cromwell).
The season premiere deals with the murder of a madame who caters to sick men addicted to kinky sex, many of them men of prominence who are now fearful of the whereabouts of the madame's "trick book" filled with their names, addressess and particular preferences.

October 5, 1976: Tender Soldier
Season 3, episode 2
W: Scott Swanton   D: Corey Allen

With Richard Roat (Tyrell), John Crawford (Chief Parks), Cathey Paine (Monica Dunlap), Peter Hansen (Dunlap), Art Evans (Russ Singer), Robert Walker Jr. (Nat Stark).
Pepper poses as a revolutionary to nab the terrorist who murdered a police officer.

October 12, 1976: Trial By Prejudice
Season 3, episode 3
W: Sean Baine   D: Barry Shear

With John Kerry (Sergeant Tripp), Susan Gailey (Rosie), Adam Wade (Sergeant Dalton), Carol Lynley, Jack Ging (Captain Harris), Pat Crowley (Marlene Simpson), Colleen Meeker, Edward Binns (John Solvana).
Pepper is falsely accused of sexually molesting a female criminal suspect and undergoes a departmental investigation.

October 26, 1976: Sara Who?
Season 3, episode 4
W: Edward DeBlasio   D: Jerry London

With Katie Hopkins Zerby (Sara Rossi), Meredith Baxter (Liz Robson), Kaye Heberle (Coleen), Edward James Olmos (Hawkins), Bibi Osterwald (Mrs. Nemerover), Bill Williams (Captain).
A policewoman is hunted by the psychopath responsible for slaying her friend.

November 9, 1976: Broken Angels
Season 3, episode 5
W: Kenneth Peters   D: Corey Allen

With Anne Francis (Sergeant Muldare), Robert Walden (Spider Denton), Frank Aletter (Henning), Chuck McCann (Marty Madison), Dale Robinette (Jim), Pat Cranshaw (Swamper), Tom McDonald.
A policewoman in the Child Abuse Unit relies on alcohol to deaden the horrors of her job.

November 16, 1976: Brainwash
Season 3, episode 6
D: John Newland

With Pepper Martin (Oaks), William Smith (Cody), Judy Carne (Melinda), James Olson (Curry), Karen Lamm (Pamela), Ed Gilbert, Curtis Credel (Rustler).
Several teenagers are found dead at an expensive private school that specializes in "reprogramming" runaways, and Sgt. Pepper Anderson poses as a news reporter to find out how and why.

November 23, 1976: The Lifeline Agency
Season 3, episode 7
W: Gabe Essoe   D: Corey Allen

With Robert Horton (Frank Armitage), Ron Godines (Hernandez), Paul Lambert (Dr. Wyness), Kim O'Brien (Cindy), Dale Robinette (Sam Dorin), James Storm (Don), Armando Silvestre (Garcia).
In order to crack a baby-selling ring, Sgts. Pepper Anderson and Bill Crowley pose as a wealthy couple who want to adopt an infant.

November 30, 1976: Tennis Bum
Season 3, episode 8
W: Gregory K. Scott   D: Alvin Ganzer

With Alex Cord (Bass), Rick Jason (Lambkee), Victor Holchak (Travis), Fran Jeffries (Tracy), Michael Lerner (Guidera), Madison Mason (Landum).
Sgt. Pepper Anderson falls in love with a "tennis bum" while she and Sgt. Bill Crowley are investigating the slaying of a man who appeared to be mixed up with an organized crime ring active in gambling and narcotics.

December 7, 1976: Bait
Season 3, episode 9
W: David Moessinger   D: David Moessinger

With Robert Karnes (Lt. Pruitt), Tisha Sterling (Celia), Bruce Davison (Binns), Boyd Bodwell (Tokes), James Chandler (Canfield), M.P. Murphy (Larry Quinn).
Following the rape of a college student, suspicion centers on a campus security guard and Sgts. Crowley and Anderson offer advice to other campus women on how to avoid attackers.

December 14, 1976: The Death Of A Dream
Season 3, episode 10

With Clifford David (McCann), Sharon Farrell (Hallie), Peter Deanda (Gabe), Geoffrey Lewis, France Nuyen (Millie), Daniel Barton.
Sgt. Pepper Anderson succeeds in planting a microphone in a motel room where a band of militant radicals are holding a city official and his mistress hostage.

December 21, 1976: Father To The Man
Season 3, episode 11

With Rob Berger (Shawn), Louise Hoven (Sally), Kim Richards (Kerry McGuire), Marjorie Battles (Helen), William Prince (Karl Novotny), Lawrence Pressman (Greg McGuire), Augusta Dabney (Betty Novotny), Mike Road (Rudy).
Gangsters abduct the 12-year-old daughter of a man who owes them money, but when Sgts. Pepper Anderson and Bill Crowley find the kidnappers, they suggest an unusual solution to the crime.

December 28, 1976: Night Of The Full Moon
Season 3, episode 12
W: Don Balluck   D: Alvin Ganzer

With John David Carson (Tommy Shaw / Charles Parker), Lisa Hartman (Evelyn), Sarah Cunningham (Helen Shaw), Woodrow Chambliss.
Pepper is the decoy in a strategy to capture a schizophrenic young man who strangles middle-aged women.

January 4, 1977: Once A Snitch
Season 3, episode 13
W: Sean Baine   D: Alvin Ganzer

With William Marshall (Tutti Lawson), Bernie Casey (P.J. Johnson), Paula Kelly (Linda Sommers), James Congdon (Andes), John Ashton (Curt Thomas), David Toma (Sgt. Uno), Ed Knight (Sergeant).
Pepper disguises herself as a prostitute when she and Sgt. Crowley are asked to find out who tried to kill the newly appointed chief of police in nearby San Roble.

January 11, 1977: Barney
Season 3, episode 14

With Sheila Larken, Robert Symonds.
The schizophrenic condition of an "all American" boy causes him to transform himself into a deadly "female" who preys on older women as the means of getting back at his dead mother.

January 18, 1977: Banker's Hours
Season 3, episode 15
W: Dan Ullman   D: John Newland

With Edith Diaz (Dorothy), Laraine Stephens (Karen Osborne), William Bogert (Turner), Mariette Hartley (Gloria Turner), Jack Knight (Osborne).
A trio of suburban housewives, disguised as male motorcyclists, rob banks to get defense funds for their imprisoned husbands and almost outwit Sgts. Anderson and Crowley.

January 25, 1977: The Disco Killers
Season 3, episode 16
W: Stanley Roberts   D: Ernest Pintoff

With Patricia Singer (Adele), Taaffe O'Connell (Jean), Jon Cypher (Arnold), Eddie Fontaine, Guy Marks, Ruth Roman (Lila).
Pepper poses as the estranged daughter of a former big band singer in an effort to find the men responsible for the slaying of a record company executive, a crime witnessed by the singer's daughter.

February 1, 1977: Shadow Of A Doubt
Season 3, episode 17
W: Dan Ullman   D: Alf Kjellin

With Ken Jones (Reporter), Teddy Wilson (Harold Martin), Robert Loggia (Sylvester), Mel Scott (Peterson), Michael Baseleon (Carbonne), Rosalind Cash (Cynthia), Kandi Keith (Harriet Styles).
A police officer is accused of negligence when his female partner is killed while talking to an informer, and an investigation reveals that he was romantically involved with the dead officer.

February 8, 1977: The Killer Cowboys
Season 3, episode 18
W: Edward DeBlasio   D: Alexander Singer

With John Spanko (Jim), Frank Converse, Ned Wilson (Lt. Fry), John Dennis Johnston (Arky), Susan Lanier (Sandy).
Sgt. Pepper Anderson receives a proposal of marriage from an old flame while in the midst of a search for a band of pseudo-cowboys responsible for a series of robberies.

February 15, 1977: Shark
Season 3, episode 19
W: Rudolph Borchert   D: John Newland

With Pepper Martin (Joey Perry), Cliff Emmich (Spiro), Lee Paul (Leo Stoller), Jack Jones (Lewin), Pervis Atkins (Mike), Deirdre Lenihan (Alessandra), Charles Siebert (Vince).
Singer Jack Jones appears as a questionable businessman when Pepper and Crowley investigate a gang of loan sharks who slay their debtors.

February 22, 1977: Solitaire
Season 3, episode 20
W: Gregory K. Scott   D: Douglas Benton

With Don 'Red' Barry, Richard Lynch (Tedesco), Diana Muldaur (Helen Murphy), Monte Landis (Nagy), Corey Allen (Dave Gerard), Eugene Roche (Brian Murphy), Joe E. Tata.
A New York policeman travels to Los Angeles, where he seeks the man responsible for the death of his partner -- and seems determined to get the man even if it means risking his own life.

March 1, 1977: Bondage
Season 3, episode 21
W: Irv Pearlberg   D: Arnold Laven

With John Garrett (Chuck Bragen), Kathleen King (Marsha), Lance LeGault (Lynch), Kenneth Mars (Manny Ziegler), Anthony George (Tony Linaver), Barney McFadden (Matt Rogell), Darrell Zwerling (Wilkes).
To learn who was responsible for the slaying of a porno performer, Pepper answers an advertisement for an actress to play in "adult movies",

March 8, 1977: Silky Chamberlain
Season 3, episode 22
W: Douglas Benton, Edward DeBlasio   D: Barry Shear

With Tom Ligon (Danny), Vito Scotti (Luigi), William Windom (Silky Chamberlain), Cheryl Ladd (Kate), Phillip Clark (Randy).
Two police officers pose as husband and wife to trap a con man who swindled Sgt. Crowley's uncle out of his life savings.

March 22, 1977: Deadline: Death
Season 3, episode 23
W: Gregory K. Scott   D: John Newland

With Philip Ahn (Quon), Joe Kapp (Salvino), Bert Remsen (Beine), David Dukes (McCormick), Pernell Roberts (Wagner), John Crawford (Chief Parks), Ed Bakey (Mongoose), Ike Eisenmann (Jeff Forrester).
A young orphan who narrowly escaped death with his father when a bomb was planted in their car, jeopardizes his life to find the person responsible for the crime.





October 25, 1977: Do You Still Beat Your Wife?
Season 4, episode 1
W: Edward DeBlasio   D: Corey Allen

With Dr. Joyce Brothers (Dr. Harper), Lesley Woods (Emma Fayette), Pat Carroll (Miriam Stern), Joseph V. Perry, Don Reid (Paul Fayette), Dee Wallace (Shana Fayette).
Season premiere. Pepper and Crowley are powerless to assist a severely battered young woman who refuses to press charges against her short-tempered husband, until the broken body of his ex-wife is discovered.

November 1, 1977: Guns
Season 4, episode 2
W: Burton Armus   D: Alvin Ganzer

With Dane Clark (Grebbs), John Davis Chandler (Nolan), Sean Garrison (Turner), Monte Markham (Bishop), Adam West (Morgan), Nipsey Russell (Witt), Phil Leeds.
Pepper's candid disclosures and name-dropping before a Congressional task force hearing on gun suppliers places her life in jeopardy when a hit man is dispatched by the gunrunners to silence her.

November 8, 1977: Means To An End
Season 4, episode 3
W: Sean Baine   D: John Newland

With Daniel Tamm (Tim Mathis), Carl Weintraub (Kramer), Daniel Benton (Johnny), John Ericson (Bert Travis), Karen Lamm (Wendy), Kerry Sherman, Anthony Davis.
Pepper poses as the "Canadian Connection" to infiltrate a college drug ring, but her efforts are hampered by a meddlesome investigator from the D.A.'s office.

November 22, 1977: The Inside Connection
Season 4, episode 4
W: Frank Telford   D: John Newland

With Warren Stevens (Warden), Kelley Miles (Sara), Shirley Washington (Bessie), Henry Darrow (Gomez), Jayne Kennedy (Cora), Fernando Lamas (Carlos Rubenez).
Pepper takes over for a slain rookie policewoman who was investigating a drug-running operation in the county jail.

December 6, 1977: Screams
Season 4, episode 5
W: David Moessinger   D: David Moessinger

With Maidie Norman, John Megna (Wes), Ralph Meeker (Bellwood), Audrey Landers (Nancy), Sandy Kenyon (Fowler), Rich Little (Howard Mills), Catherine Bach, Jason Ronard.
A businessman, thought to be a model of respectability, secretly stalks the highways for female hitchhikers to punish.

December 13, 1977: The Buttercup Killer
Season 4, episode 6
W: Gabe Essoe   D: Michael Mann

With Charles Horvath (Vennie Venizelos), Joseph Ruskin (Alex Constantine), Anthony Caruso (Marcos Ventselos), Toni Kalem (Melinda Ventselos), Jo Van Fleet (Irini Karabetas), Virginia Gregg (Mother Superior), A Martinez (Dimi).
Pepper and Sgt. Crowley investigate a series of ritualistic homicides leaving the same bizarre clue -- a dried buttercup clutched by each victim.

December 14, 1977: Merry Christmas, Waldo
Season 4, episode 7
W: E. Arthur Kean   D: E. Arthur Kean

With Colby Chester (Ted Felton), Vera Stough (Mrs. Hamilton), Lloyd Nolan (Waldo/Santa Claus), Lurene Tuttle (Mrs. Volusia), Eddie Quillan (Bus Driver).
A crafty old bank robber dresses as Santa Claus and pulls off a series of brazen daylight holdups to ensure that several of his impoverished elderly friends will have a Christmas with the trimmings.

December 21, 1977: Death Game
Season 4, episode 8
W: Don Balluck   D: John Newland

With Nehemiah Persoff (Como), Richard Schaal (Simmons), Danny DeVito (Napoleon), Wright King (Marston), Les Josephson.
Pepper is driven to the brink of a nervous collapse by an unidentified assailant threatening her life.

December 28, 1977: Ambition
Season 4, episode 9
W: Adrian Leeds   D: Virgil Vogel

With Chick Hearn (Mills), Eddie Egan (Captain), Louis Nye (Drew), Michael Burns (Powers), Paul Williams (Jacques), Foster Brooks (Darryl Everson), Peter Leeds.
A police officer, resented by his co-workers, is implicated when one of his informants is found to be extorting money from defendants.

January 4, 1978: Blind Terror
Season 4, episode 10
W: Edward DeBlasio, Douglas Benton   D: Virgil Vogel

With John Hoyt (Peydon), Edie Adams (Lorenza), Guy Marks (Morrell), George Keymas (Slim Bo), Tab Hunter (Martin Quinn), Jack Carter (Rance), Sid Haig, Sandra Dee (Mary Quinn).
When an accountant uncovers suspicious bookkeeping, he becomes the target of gangsters who are determined to keep the truth hidden.

January 11, 1978: Tigress
Season 4, episode 11
W: Max Hodge   D: Douglas Benton

With Laraine Stephens (Amelia Boyer), Don Galloway (Grant), Marjorie Battles (Goldie), Daniel Benton (Jim), Audrey Dalton, John Durren, Wes Parker, Eartha Kitt (Black Amelia), Susan Blanchard (June).
Pepper must decide whether the attempted assassination of a campaigning City Council member was real or a publicity gimmick.

January 18, 1978: Sunset
Season 4, episode 12
W: Kenneth Geller   D: David Moessinger

With Robin Braxton (Mrs. Wilkes), Stanley Bennett Clay (Bobo Wilkes), Billy Jackson (J.J. Wilkes), Bibi Besch (Jackie Crowley), Alice Ghostley (Manager), John Quade (Willy), Ella Edwards (Kitty).
During the investigation of an auto racing fatality, Sgt. Crowley finds it unsettling when his ex-wife visits him and rekindles their relationship.

January 25, 1978: The Young And The Fair
Season 4, episode 13
W: Irv Pearlberg   D: Corey Allen

With Bayn Johnson (Lori), Don 'Red' Barry (Capt. Barnes), Rossano Brazzi (Salim Douad), David Opatoshu (Victor), Mitzi Hoag (Mrs. Klemin), Ernie Wheelwright, Kristine DeBell.
Pepper poses as a college student and becomes romantically involved with a visiting Arab professor, believed to be operating a Middle East white slavery ring.

February 1, 1978: The Human Rights Of Tiki Kim
Season 4, episode 14
W: Jackson Gillis   D: Virgil Vogel

With James Shigeta (Bernie Kim), Shang-Hur (Tiki Kim), Richard Narita (Ho Sung Lee), Harold Sakata, Tim O'Connor (Jensen), Philip Ahn (Mr. Wong).
Pepper befriends a Korean orphan who is later kidnapped by underworld figures to insure her uncle's silence about a slaying.

February 8, 1978: Sixth Sense
Season 4, episode 15
W: Jack M. Casey, David Moessinger   D: David Moessinger

With Don 'Red' Barry (Captain Red Barnes), Richard Kelton (Ron Chamberlin), Juliet Mills (Amy Hollis), Barbara McNair (Martha Wallace), Edward Winter (Charles Hollis), Phyllis Davis, Patti Clifton, Hank Brandt (Coast Guard Officer), Owen Bush (Bartender), Raymond O'Keefe (Detective), James York (Wade), Joshua Daniel (Bruce).
When a legal technicality frees a psychopathic slayer of young women, Crowley attempts to accumulate enough hard evidence to link him to similar unsolved homicides.

February 15, 1978: Sons
Season 4, episode 16
W: Edward DeBlasio   D: Richard Benedict

With Kaye Stevens (Roz), Paul Regina (Larry Tarash), Demetre Phillips (Tony Yano), Janet Wood (Lisa), Theodore Bikel (Adamus Tarash), Robert Englund, Chip McAllister (Lance Johnson), Jackie Joseph, Richard Hale, Harry Carey Jr., Steve Brodie, Kathleen Freeman (Landlady), Daniel Selby (Jackson).
When a black rookie cop is assaulted and a young white man slain in a heavily ethnic neighborhood wracked by racial hatred, Pepper and Crowley face a startling lack of cooperation.

February 22, 1978: Murder With Pretty People
Season 4, episode 17
W: Max Hodge   D: John Newland

With Dennis Cole (Jon Paul), Morgan Fairchild (Cheryl), Liam Sullivan (Tony Mann), John Crawford (Chief Parks), Anne Francis (Liz Adams), Julie Adams (Eleanor Simpson), Allan Carr (Greg Peters), Suzanne Edwards, Geoff Edwards, Henry Olek, Kirsten Baker.
Pepper, posing as a model, and Crowley probe beneath the surface of the outwardly glamorous but treacherous world of high fashion.

March 1, 1978: Battered Teachers
Season 4, episode 18
W: Daniel King   D: Alvin Ganzer

With Jack Grimes (Roy Walker), Doug Heyes Jr. (Bobby Green), Debra Winger (Phyllis Baxter), Joseph Burke (Frank Vaughn), Pamela Franklin (Karen Vaughn), Mare Winningham (Linda), Erik Larsen (John), Glenn Morshower (Billy).
Pepper and Crowley are hard-pressed to gather the necessary evidence to convict juvenile delinquents terrorizing high school teachers.

March 8, 1978: Shadow On The Sea
Season 4, episode 19
W: Jack M. Casey   D: Alvin Ganzer

With Catherine Bach (Eve), Ned Romero (Delgado), Stephen McNally (McManus), Forrest Tucker (O'Malley), Charles Aidman (Skow), Katherine Justice, Michael Parks (Chuck Whitfield), Paul Wexler.
When a number of pleasure boat owners disappear with their craft, Pepper and Crowley suspect a lethal drug-running ring of pirating the vessels.

March 15, 1978: Sweet Kathleen
Season 4, episode 20
W: Sean Baine   D: Douglas Benton

With Pepper Martin (Spiker), Lu Leonard, Johnny Seven (Guard), Jacqueline Scott (Kathleen), Jerry Summers (Travis), Craig Stevens (Saunders), Earl Boen.
Pepper and Crowley are puzzled by the contradictory evidence that suggests an inside connection in a negotiable securities heist.

March 23, 1978: Flip Of A Coin
Season 4, episode 21
W: Jack M. Casey   D: George M. Lehr

With Zitto Kazann (Quezada), Luis Contreras (Vasquez), Kandi Keith (Harriet Styles), Tim O'Connor (Harry Triplett), Elizabeth Baur (Joslyn Westmore), Anne Seymour, Woodrow Parfrey, Gary Collins (Page Westmore).
Joe disguises himself as a bagman after the wife of an oil company executive is kidnapped.

March 30, 1978: Good Old Uncle Ben
Season 4, episode 22
W: Dan Ullman   D: Larry Stewart

With Randolph Roberts (Ray Roberts), Frank Aletter (Willy Galloway), Keenan Wynn (Ben Fletcher), Bettye Ackerman (Helen Fletcher), Roger Perry (Thorne).
Pepper gets mixed up in a deadly cattle-rustling scheme. (Last show of the series.)


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