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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Storefront Lawyers' in the 1970s:

1970s Episode Guide for 'Storefront Lawyers':

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

September 16, 1970: A Man's Castle
Season 1, episode 1
D: Lee H. Katzin

With David Arkin (Gabriel Kaye), A Martinez (Roberto Alvarez), Dean Jagger (Karl Holder), Edward Andrews (Joseph Carlson), Barry Morse (Holly Chapman), Gerald S. O'Loughlin (Thatcher), Bill Zuckert (Judge), Carmen Mathews (Mrs. Holder).
Dramatic series in which three aspiring lawyers provide free neighborhood advice to needy clients while working for a big law firm in Los Angeles. The trio of law school graduates deals in cases ranging from the high-rise corporation halls of Century City to the ghetto level in Watts. In the first episode they are asked to defend a 73-year-old dispossessed homeowner accused of having killed a financier.

September 23, 1970: The Law Can't Touch Him
Season 1, episode 2
W: Meyer Dolinsky

With Melinda Dillon (Connie Swann), Jim McMullan (Steve Swann), Bill Quinn (Judge Hayes), Robert Dowdell (Philip Evers), Frederic Downs (Dr. Martine).
Attorney Hansen suspects that his client is withholding information when she repeatedly changes her mind about divorcing her estranged husband.

September 30, 1970: Murph Collins vs. Tomorrow
Season 1, episode 3
W: Alvin Sapinsley

With James Stacy (Murph Collins), Harrison Page (Radley Binns), Ramon Bieri (Lance Ravetch), Lonny Chapman (Jacobs), Mariclare Costello (Nancy Collins), Joan Shawlee (Aunt Sadie).
A construction worker loses his job to a minority worker and then is charged with a destructive explosion at the building site.

October 7, 1970: The Electric Kid
Season 1, episode 4
W: James D. Buchanan, Ronald Austin

With Leon Ames (Oscar Mazey), Joyce Van Patten (Ella Mazey), Mark Kearney (Pat Mazey), Dana Elcar (H.L. Sloane), Diana Eden (Secretary), J. Pat O'Malley (Illinois Red), William Sargent.
A likeable oldtime con man puts his slickest skills at work to swindle an unprincipled apartment house owner who's trying to evict him and his family.

October 14, 1970: The Emancipation Of Bessie Gray
Season 1, episode 5
W: Robert Van Scoyk

With Claudia McNeil (Bessie Gray), Rupert Crosse (Clifford Johnson), Paul Stewart (Alvin Greener), Gordon Jump (Norm Rollins), Walker Edmiston (Judge), Elda Malda (Aunt Luisa).
The lawyers take on the case of an elderly domestic who charges that a training school has taken $500 and failed to deliver the medical lab job promised her.

October 21, 1970: Survivors Will Be Prosecuted
Season 1, episode 6
W: Arthur Heinemann

With William Conrad (Kornedi), Murray Hamilton (Harrison), Lloyd Gough (Austin Troy), Frank Ramirez (Manuel Lopez), Robert Cornthwaite (Judge), Edith Diaz (Mrs. Sartuche), Roberto Contreras (Pepe Gonzales).
The search for a missing Mexican alien gets clerk Alvarez thrown in jail and triggers an investigation into illegally obtained farm laborers in a small agricultural community.

October 28, 1970: Easy To Be Hard
Season 1, episode 7

With Sharon Farrell (Donna Brooks), Lou Antonio (Walter Babson), Ned Glass (Fred Goldstein), David Arkin (Gabriel Kaye), Isabel Cooley (Mattie), Maidie Norman (Mrs. Kingman).
An attractive divorcee on relief convinces Hansen she has been assaulted by her welfare worker.

November 4, 1970: Where Are You At?
Season 1, episode 8
W: George Bellak

With Tony Roberts (Jack Halbert), Joaquin Martinez (Paco Melendez), Bill Zuckert (Judge Conrad), Stacy Keach Sr. (Arthur Wellman), Kenneth Tobey (Lt. Everton), Robert Padilla (Busarra), Richard Anders (Sgt. Ferris).
A defense attorney finds herself in an embarrassing position when her militant Mexican-American client finds her entertaining her legal adversary, the deputy district attorney, during an adjournement in the trial.

November 11, 1970: Shadows Of Doubt
Season 1, episode 9
W: Alvin Sapinsley

With Anne Archer (Annette Porter), Jonathan Lippe (Luke Porter), Lloyd Gough (Austin Troy), Bill Quinn (Judge Gaunt), Charles H. Gray (John Monoghan).
Hanson's job is jeopardized when a client accuses him of bribery.

November 18, 1970: This Is Jerry, See Jerry Run
Season 1, episode 10
W: Bill Stratton

With Lloyd Bochner (Phil Kennedy), David Doyle (Cogweiler), Kurt Russell (Jerry Patman), Patricia Smith (Mrs. Patman), John Kidd (Dr. Marcallo).
The storefront lawyers defend a disturbed teenager who is jailed for assualt on an attorney.

November 25, 1970: The Pastures Of Hell
Season 1, episode 11
W: Harold Gast

With Steve Ihnat (Rev. Dana), James McEachin (Melton Ames), Gerald S. O'Loughlin (Thatcher), Beverly Atkinson (Leora Ames), Harry Hickox, Tony Martinez.
A renegade minister running a midnight mission in the ghetto is accused of kidnapping a Black Power leader's son and comes to the storefront for legal help.

December 9, 1970: Where Were We, Waldo?
Season 1, episode 12
W: E. Arthur Kean

With Anthony Zerbe (Waldo Bowers), Jacqueline Scott (Dixie Hines), Paula Victor (Mrs. Eustice), Fran Ryan (Mrs. Kenton).
A man whose criminal record disqualifies him for the Second Start program becomes the object of a class action.

January 13, 1971: First We Get Rid Of The Principal
Season 1, episode 13
W: George Kirgo

With Sheldon Collins (Nick Bonilla), Carmen Zapata (Teresa Bonilla), Nancy Burnett (Julie Loomis), Valentin de Vargas.
The lawyers come to the defense of a junior high school student who has been expelled for petitioning to oust the principal.

February 3, 1971: The Climate Of Doubt
Season 1, episode 14
W: Bill Stratton

With Dennis Redfield (Art Landers), Daniel J. Travanti (Joe Burland), David Jolliffe (Jeff Donaldson), Ricky Kelman (Don Harper), Logan Ramsey (Jordan Mills), John Lasell (Carlton Harper).
The senior partner of a major law firm is asked to defend a college militant accused in the death of a policeman.

February 10, 1971: Marathon
Season 1, episode 15

With Jack Cassidy (Dr. William Parkman), Sue Lyon (Bunny Phillips), Nina Foch (Barbara Masters), Greg Mullavey, Glynn Turman.
A marriage counselor's questionable techniques make him the target of a malpractice suit.

February 17, 1971: The Dark World Of Harry Andres
Season 1, episode 16

With Harry Guardino, Lane Bradbury, Jeanne Cooper, John McLiam.
A blind attorney friend of McNeil's who has retired is accused of murder when the gun trap rigged in his trailer discharges, killing a man whose wife was friendly with him.

February 24, 1971: Hostage
Season 1, episode 17

With Meg Foster (Barbara Millett), John Rubinstein (Ron Martin), Arthur Franz (Henry Millett), Felice Orlandi (Arthur Burelli), Ford Rainey (Judge Hemming), John S. Ragin (Attorney).
McNeil agrees to defend an old client's daughter who is charged with homicide in an explosion triggered by a revolutionary group.

March 3, 1971: The Truth, The Whole Truth, And Anything Else That Works
Season 1, episode 18

With David Wayne (Schuyler Yates), Cloris Leachman (Marcy Yates), Jean Hale (Angelica Wells), Nina Benjamin (Terry Yates).
A mild-mannered insurance salesman becomes the prime suspect in a series of bizarre sex murders when a key witness identifies him by his voice.

March 17, 1971: Let The Dier Beware
Season 1, episode 19

With William Windom (Dr. Simon Branby), Jessica Walter (Kate Callendar), Pippa Scott (Marabelle), Lloyd Gough (Austin Troy), Paul Fix (Jebediah), Larry Linville.
A faith healer's questionable methods lead to violence -- an heiress assaults him when he refuses to release her grandfather from his clinic -- and provide attorneys McNeil and Hansen with a client.

March 24, 1971: The View From The Top
Season 1, episode 20

With Steve Forrest (Cole Deland), Kay Medford (Grace Deland), Marilyn Maxwell (Reyna Michaels), Gerald S. O'Loughlin (Devlin McNeil), Lane Bradford, Jean Byron (Judge), Ramon Bieri (Harris), Lew Brown (Sergeant), Wayne Rogers (D.A. Tom Yorba), Noah Keen (Dr. Briscoe).
McNeil and Hansen find themselves saddled with a tough defense of a multi-millionaire land developer who is accused in the apparent homicide of his wife.

March 31, 1971: Yesterday Is But A Dream
Season 1, episode 21

With Lee Grant (Jennifer Carlyle), John Vernon (Martin Carlyle), Ivor Francis (Dr. Shadwick), Garry Walberg (Lt. Bradford), John S. Ragin (Spencer Pawling), Melendy Britt (Tina Edwards), Adele Bellroth (Ingrid Jacobsen).
When a pill-popping housewife becomes the chief suspect in the mysterious wounding of her husband, attorneys McNeil and Hansen have a rough time defending her because of her hazy memory.

April 7, 1971: This Money Kills Dreams
Season 1, episode 22
W: George Bellak

With Tom Skerritt (Paul Marek), Katherine Justice (Norma Andrews), Fritz Weaver (John Tilton), Woodrow Parfrey (Max Goodwin), Jack de Mave (Larry Fairbanks), Martin E. Brooks (Kendrick), Laurence Haddon (Ralph Bellman), Connie Mason (Joan Blake), Herman Poppe (Kenny Morrison).
An outside investor with apparent syndicate connections moves in to change the concept of a film being made by a producer and he appeals to attorneys McNeil and Hansen for legal help.

April 14, 1971: One American
Season 1, episode 23

With William Shatner (Lt. Col. Randolph), Jan-Michael Vincent (Cpl. Kehoe), Ron Hayes (Sgt. Griffin), Brenda Dickson (Nancy).
A Vietnam hero faces court-martial for assaulting a sergeant and needs the civilian counsel of attorneys McNeil and Hansen. (Last show of the series.)

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