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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'The Bold Ones: The Senator' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'The Bold Ones: The Senator':


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

September 13, 1970: To Taste Of Death But Once
Season 1, episode 1
W: Joel Oliansky   D: Daryl Duke

With Gerald S. O'Loughlin (Sgt. Traynor), Michael Bell (F.B.I. Agent Shaw), James Wainwright (Hyatt), Barry Brown (Steve Lascoe), Frank Campanella (Detective), Robert Karnes (Reporter).
The trilogy of dramas focusing on medicine, law and politics returns for its second year with a new series called "The Senator", replacing last season's law enforcement episodes. In the premiere episode, Senator Hays Stowe refuses to be intimidated following a warning to cancel a college speaking engagement.

October 4, 1970: The Day The Lion Died
Season 1, episode 2
W: Leon Tokatyan   D: Daryl Duke

With Will Geer (Sen. H.B. Wydell), Ann Doran (Jean Wydell), Frank Maxwell (Sen. Thad Brown), Kevin Hagen (Jasper Lick), Peter Brocco (Sen. Bevan), Regis Cordic (Sen. Tomlinson), Bill Zuckert (General Daley), Sam Edwards (Mr. Tate), Michael Fox (Kellerman).
Sen. Hayes Stowe faces a painful decision when conscience dictates he publicly challenge the mental competence of a colleague: a venerable, world-famous fellow Senator.

November 1, 1970: Power Play
Season 1, episode 3
W: Ernest Kinoy   D: Jerrold Freedman

With Anna Lee (Frances Mallon), Burgess Meredith (George P. Mallon), Michael C. Gwynne (Whitney), Holly Near (Sylvia), Jon Lormer (Holden Stowe), James McEachin (Hamilton), William Wintersole (Martin Witt), Peter White (Howard Eager), Felton Perry (Donovan), Jason Wingreen (Silverman).
Sen. Hays Stowe is forced to decide between placing his career and future in jeopardy or capitulating to his party's leader.

November 22, 1970: A Continual Roar Of Musketry (1)
Season 1, episode 4
W: David Rintels   D: Robert Day

With Edward Binns (Arthur Beresford), Jesse Vint (Pvt. Wilson), Laurence Luckinbill (Chancellor Steinitz), John Randolph (Gov. Keller), Bernie Hamilton (Dr. Edwards), Robert Pratt (Zack), Pamela McMyler (Jennie), John Marley (Mayor Wisnovsky), Paul Stewart (Gen. Collins), Randolph Mantooth (Lt. Caffey), Noam Pitlik (Frank Bettancourt).
An episode which focuses on the issue of campus unrest and law and order, as Sen. Hays Stowe chairs a special commission formed to investigate student deaths following a campus confrontation with state militia.

November 29, 1970: A Continual Roar Of Musketry (2)
Season 1, episode 5
W: David Rintels   D: Robert Day

With Edward Binns (Arthur Beresford), Jesse Vint (Pvt. Wilson), Laurence Luckinbill (Chancellor Steinitz), John Randolph (Gov. Keller), Bernie Hamilton (Dr. Edwards), Robert Pratt (Zack), Pamela McMyler (Jennie), John Marley (Mayor Wisnovsky), Paul Stewart (Gen. Collins), Randolph Mantooth (Lt. Caffey), Noam Pitlik (Frank Bettancourt).
Sen. Hays Stowe's chairmanship of a commission investigation into campus killings turns up conflicting testimony and new light on the tragic confrontation.

January 17, 1971: Someday They'll Elect A President
Season 1, episode 6
W: Leon Tokatyan   D: John Badham

With John Randolph (Gov. Keller), Murray Hamilton (Jonathan Yaeger), Kermit Murdock (Sen. Shea), Dana Elcar (Collie Ford), Bill Quinn (Sen. Stenberg), Lieux Dressler (Mrs. Ford), James Griffith (Channing).
A human error by Jordan Boyle, aide to Sen. Hays Stowe, plunges the Senator into hot water when a scandal magazine writer and a columnist accuse Sen. Stowe of using his office to line the pockets of the syndicate.

February 7, 1971: George Washington Is A Liar
Season 1, episode 7
W: Joel Oliansky   D: Daryl Duke

With Louise Sorel (Mary Deurivieres), Reni Santoni (Alan Deurivieres), Malcolm Atterbury (Sen. Hastings), Robert Donner (Matlock), George Mitchell (Sen. Rennick), Charles Lampkin (Clerk), Paul Sorensen (Captain).
Sen. Hays Stowe searches for a solution to a conflict between human needs and human beings when a proposed -- and much needed -- power project is forestalled by an Indian protest march against removal of their tribe from the reservation.

February 28, 1971: A Single Blow Of The Sword
Season 1, episode 8
W: Jerrold Freedman   D: John Badham

With Logan Ramsey (Frank Dixon), David Sheiner (Tom Glouster), Lincoln Kilpatrick (Rev. Issac Johnson), Mel Stewart (Dawson), Peter Brocco (Sen. Bevan), Regis Cordic (Sen. Tomlinson), Stuart Nisbet (John T. Andrews), Esther Rolle (Black Woman), Ted Gehring (Middle-Aged Man), S. John Launer (Graying Man), Paul Genge (Kalman).
Sen. Hays Stowe's economic self-help bill -- and his career -- are threatened when an ambitious government accountant charges that poverty funds in Stowe's home state have been misused.


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