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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'The Fall Guy' from 1970-1982:

1970-1982 Episode Guide for 'The Fall Guy':

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

November 4, 1981: The Fall Guy
Season 1, episode 1
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Russ Mayberry

With Eddie Albert (John Cramer), Lou Rawls (Country Joe Walker), James Coburn (Himself), Farrah Fawcett (Herself), Tracy Reed (Noreen), Percy Rodrigues (Randy), Katherine Bauman (Marylou), Carl Eller (Tony), Dennis Fimple (Renfro), Cedric Hardman (Righteous), Bill McKinney (Taggart), Lara Parker (Attractive Lady), Ted Gehring (Logan).
Series premiere. Colt Seavers, a combination bounty hunter and stuntman, chases a crooked sheriff and tries to protect a friend and his family.

November 11, 1981: The Meek Shall Inherit Rhonda
Season 1, episode 2
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Sidney Hayers

With Henry Gibson (Milton Bach), Pamela Susan Shoop (Rhonda Starr), Carol Wayne (Rose), Robert Wagner (Himself), Brett Halsey (Jerry Rome), Abel Fernandez (Delgado).
A computer hacker rips off a bank, only to have his wife and best friend steal the money from him and flee to Mexico.

November 18, 1981: The Rich Get Richer
Season 1, episode 3
W: Nick Thiel, David Braff   D: Sidney Hayers

With Terry Kiser (Neiman's Man), Peter Haskell (E. Charles Neiman), Michael MacRae (Roy), David Moses (Cop), Paul Picerni (Al Maglia), Milton Berle (Himself), Judith Chapman (Kay Faulkner).
Colt is stymied by an embezzler who has the funds to make capture difficult.

November 25, 1981: That's Right, We're Bad
Season 1, episode 4
W: Mark Jones   D: Christian I. Nyby II

With John Quade (Roland), Robert Tessier (Prisoner), Sandy Ward (Warden Mitchell), Richard Kiel (Animal), Richard Bakalyan (Red Eye), Ed Hooks (Clerk), Otto Felix (Danny Gardner), Cindy Wilson (Secretary), Debra M. Blaire (Marie Gardner), Bill Fletcher (Keenan), Fred Holliday (Agent Jones), John Kerry (Agent Wilson).
Colt and Howie go undercover in a prison, trying to get one of the inmates to lead them to his former partner-in-crime and the money from the duo's last job.

December 2, 1981: Colt's Angels
Season 1, episode 5
W: Larry Brody   D: Frank Beascoechea

With Ben Cooper (Director), Don Stroud (Randy Soames), Lucinda Crosby (Mattie), Mary Treen (Cantina Owner), David Bowman (Graham).
Colt, Howie and Jody go to the Mohave Desert to infiltrate a gang and bring back a biker wanted for drug dealing, rape and assault.

December 9, 1981: The Human Torch
Season 1, episode 6
W: Nick Thiel   D: Daniel Haller

With Severn Darden (Mr. Morton), Brianne Leary (Robin Simmons), Vincent Schiavelli (Motel Manager), Bonnie Ebsen (Sally), Peter Breck (Sheriff Owens), Gale Sondergaard (Mrs. Jackson), Richard Moll (Ethan), Dan Priest (Robert Simmons).
The trail of a fugitive arsonist and a missing insurance investigator leads Colt and Howie to a small town where the locals are less than helpful.

December 16, 1981: The Japanese Connection
Season 1, episode 7
W: Janis Hendler   D: Jack Arnold

With Dennis Fimple (Bobby Rio), Bruce M. Fischer (Del Rio), Carol Wayne (Actress), Dana Lee (Oh San), Jamie Farr (Himself), James Saito (Police Officer), Don Ho (Himself).
A samurai mob chieftain is looking for the two bail jumpers who are breaking in on his marijuana trade.

January 6, 1982: No Way Out
Season 1, episode 8
W: David Braff   D: Bruce Bilson

With Shecky Greene (Lou Carnesco), Michele Carey (Crystal), Richard Fullerton (Scotty), Zitto Kazann (Hood), Jay Gerber (Manny), Cesare Danova (Warren Alexis), Cathy Lee Crosby (Herself), Chuck Mitchell (Rex), Judie Carroll (Evelyn).
A wanted, deep-in-debt gambler gives himself up, hoping that Colt and Howie can get him out of Las Vegas alive.

January 13, 1982: License To Kill (1)
Season 1, episode 9
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Russ Mayberry

With Monte Markham (Ryker), Erin Gray (Bonnie Carlson), William Smith (Salem), Bennett Ohta (Fong), Tony Young (Dunning), Ken Swofford (Agent Bradshaw), Lou Ferrigno (Himself), Gary Epper (Dirk), Steve Vandeman (Seth).
Howie takes on an apparently simple case which somehow lands Colt in jail and involves the two of them in international intrigue when an armed-robbery suspect they are after is actually out to stop an assassination.

January 20, 1982: License To Kill (2)
Season 1, episode 10
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Russ Mayberry

With Monte Markham (Ryker), Erin Gray (Bonnie Carlson), William Smith (Salem), Bennett Ohta (Fong), Tony Young (Dunning), Ken Swofford (Agent Bradshaw), Gary Epper (Dirk), Steve Vandeman (Seth).
When Ryker is killed by a rogue agent, Colt takes to the air to expose the killer.

January 27, 1982: Goin' For It
Season 1, episode 11
W: Robert Janes   D: Daniel Haller

With Burr DeBenning (Doc Browner), Norman Alden (Al Demato), Judith Chapman (Kay Faulkner), Lynn Borden (Gloria), Michael G. Kelley (Chuck Reed), H.B. Haggerty (Curly), Heather Hobbs (Wendy), Robert O'Reilly (Delaney), Glenn Corbett (Steve Kruger), Mayf Nutter (Pete Thomas).
When his stuntman friend is injured in a near-fatal accident, Colt teams up with investigator Kay Faulkner to uncover a sinister plot.

February 3, 1982: The Adventures Of Ozzie And Harold
Season 1, episode 12
W: Nick Thiel   D: Ron Satlof

With Buddy Hackett (Ozzie), Joyce Jameson (Lucille), William Bassett (Clark), Fred Lerner (Fake Cop), Robert Balderson (Detective), Bob Minor (Fake Cop), Beverly Sanders, Alejandro Rey (Pepe Garcia).
A homeless man witnesses two cops commit a murder, and becomes a target.

February 10, 1982: Soldiers Of Misfortune
Season 1, episode 13
W: David Braff   D: Lawrence Dobkin

With J.D. Cannon (Jed), Cynthia Sykes (Gail Roberts), Steve Sandor (Floyd Snow), William Bogert (Osgood Hotchkiss), Robert E. Lyons (Frank Boyce), Joe Higgens (Sheriff Hollis), Judith Baldwin (Lynn), Robert Sutton (Rice).
Colt and Howie are caught in an explosive situation when they join a survival training unit in order to bring an ex-green beret to justice.

February 17, 1982: Ready, Aim, Die
Season 1, episode 14
W: Mark Jones   D: Peter Crane

With Michael Pataki, Mary Crosby (Coleen Wilcox), Charlie Callas (Murph), Michael DeLano (Sydnie), Al Ruscio (Harvey), Paul Lambert (Raymond Franks), Louie Elias (Nitty), Frank Farmer (Police Captain), Chuck Hicks (Stark).
A mob assassin uses an unwitting Colt to find her mark, a relocated government witness with a distinctive gambling habit.

February 24, 1982: Ladies On The Ropes
Season 1, episode 15
W: Nick Thiel   D: Daniel Haller

With Val Bisoglio (Eddie), Melanie Vincz (Jackie), Clare Klaren (Marie), Tony Burton (Algebra Jones), Roselyn Royce (Marcelyn Williams), Michael V. Gazzo (Ricco), Tommy Reamon (Tom), Mark Thomas (Ralph).
Colt enters the world of women's professional wrestling, where the Golden Girls and their shady manager are preparing for a championship match.

March 3, 1982: The Snow Job
Season 1, episode 16
W: Glen A. Larson, Robert Janes   D: Winrich Kolbe

With Anne Lockhart (Robin Stevens), David Hedison (Jordan Stevens), James Carrington (Dan Evans), Susanne Reed (Wendy Radich), Alfie Wise (Josh), James Wainwright (Del Slade), Ray Young (Andy), Twyla Littleton (Bambi), K.C. Winkler (Thumper), Troy Melton (Woody), Morgan Woodward (Reuben).
While in Aspen, Colt comes to the aid of an old acquaintance, the wife of a crooked politician with dangerous mob ties.

March 17, 1982: Guess Who's Coming To Town?
Season 1, episode 17
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Gil Bettman

With Jason Evers (Gordon), Joey Forman (Manning), Bert Freed (George Farr), Barbara Horan (Jackie), John McLiam (Dr. Turlock), Albert Salmi (Sheriff Baker), Robin Strand (John C. Ryder).
Howie and Jody's luck is all bad in Lucky, Nevada, where the town's leading citizens are hiding a secret.

March 24, 1982: Child's Play
Season 1, episode 18
W: Nick Thiel   D: Paul Stanley

With Buck Taylor (Clyde), Dick Durock (Stewart), Thomas Rosales Jr. (Louis), James Booth (Ian Graham), Steven Hirsch (D.A.), Sari Price (Dottie), Leslie Vallen (Libby's Aunt), Dana Hill (Libby).
A precocious 11-year-old girl with a photographic memory holds the key to the case of a man nabbed by the mob while preparing to testify against them.

April 7, 1982: Charlie
Season 1, episode 19
W: David Braff   D: Daniel Haller

With Tricia O'Neil (Charlie Hefferson), Asher Brauner (Lance), John David Carson (Mel), Bruce Gordon (Tony Corrigan), Archie Hahn (Roscoe/Bartender), Jock Mahoney (Gus Flint), Tony Brubaker (Norton), Nick Dimitri (Hal), Marcy Hanson (Babs), Suzanne Hunt (Monique).
Colt aids a colleague who helped a con man swindle $1 million from a mobster's son.

April 14, 1982: Three For The Road
Season 1, episode 20
W: Lou Shaw   D: Bruce Bilson

With Joshua Bryant (Director), Judith Chapman (Kay Faulkner), Zitto Kazann (Federale), Judy Landers (Jinx), Scott Marlowe (Bill), Bert Rosario (Mexican Cop), Danny Ades (Assistant Manager), Fil Formicola (Andy), Rick Garcia (Chief).
Colt reluctantly teams up with Kay Faulkner on a trip to Mexico to recover a stolen cache of jewels.

April 28, 1982: The Silent Partner
Season 1, episode 21
W: Larry Brand, Rebecca Reynolds   D: Tom Connors

With Mitch Carter (Duane Smith), Mickey Gilley (Robert Matthews), Jenny Sherman (Dixie), Tracey Walter (Skip), Del Monroe (Tippet), Will Jarvis (Kid), Kenneth Kimmins (Keith Michaels), Rebecca Reynolds (Waitress), Susan Backlinie (Tammy), Justin De Rosa (Greg), Casey Sander (Junior), Nicholas Shaffer (Manager), Bob Terhune (Sam).
To avoid being arrested for fraud, a country western singer frames his chauffeur for the murder of his ghostwriter.

May 5, 1982: Scavenger Hunt
Season 1, episode 22
W: Lou Shaw   D: Cliff Bole

With William Bryant (Director), Doug McClure (Joe Edwards), Terry Carter (Steve Bates), Heather Locklear (June Edwards), Gary Lockwood (Navy Officer), Jan Murray (Self), Stephen Shortridge (Dotson), Christopher Stone (Abel Allen), Jeannie West (Ann), Ivan Bonar (Caretaker), Herve Villechaize (Himself).
Howie clashes with a group of disgruntled naval officers on the trail of the $5 million that they helped to steal.

October 27, 1982: Bail And Bond
Season 2, episode 1
W: Bill La Mond, Jo La Mond   D: Bruce Bilson

With William Bryant (Director), Martine Beswick (Countess Vitt), John Carter (Mr. McLowe), Sid Haig (Mr. Fick), Eric Mason (Oporto), Pamela Susan Shoop (Marnie Greer), Des Barry (Roger Moore), Ben Bates (Rolfe), Buck Young (Al), Gino Conforti (Clerk), Derek Barton (Jim Sands).
Colt doubles as a stunt double in a spy film and as a decoy for the Rio de Janeiro police, who want to nab a casino owner.

November 3, 1982: The Ives Have It
Season 2, episode 2
W: Glen A. Larson, Lou Shaw   D: Paul Stanley

With Ann Turkel (Shawna Ives/Kitty ives), James O'Sullivan (Hardy), Red West (Ace Madden), Robert Phillips (Al), Anthony Gordon (Caldwell), Byron Clark (Will Post), Danny Daniels (Officer), Vince Flaherty (Stan Edwards), Will Gill, Jr. (Cop), Stefan Gudju (Bert).
Colt and Howie jet to the tropics for a burglar, who turns out to have an identical twin.

November 10, 1982: Colt's Outlaws
Season 2, episode 3
W: Larry Brody   D: Paul Stanley

With William Bryant (Director), Ramon Bieri (Mayor Littlefield), Melody Anderson (Mary), Dan Barrows (Prentiss), Robert F. Hoy (Deputy), L.Q. Jones (Sheriff Le Clerc), David Tress (Matt Hodges), Jock Mahoney (Wild Dan Wilde), Jimmy Lydon (Bill Reneault), Kevin Hagen (Col. Stonewall Hamilton), Charlene Tilton (Herself).
Colt organizes his stuntman friends into a club to stop the man who runs the town of Littlefield and oppresses the citizens.

November 17, 1982: Mighty Myron
Season 2, episode 4
W: Mark Jones   D: Cliff Bole

With Delta Burke (Bryna), Denny Miller (Hugo), Clifton James (Sheriff Taylor), Tony Epper (Jake), Susan Plumb (Dr. Lynn), Buddy Farmer (Ed Catcher).
Colt and Howie try to clear the name of an orangutan accused of murder before he is put to sleep.

November 24, 1982: Reluctant Traveling Companion
Season 2, episode 5
W: Robert Earll   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Richard Burton (Himself), Mary-Margaret Humes (Christina Smith), Lee Patterson (Arthur Collins), Erik Holland (Vinnie), Michael D. Roberts (Jackson), Lonny Chapman (Sheriff), Gene Hartline (Jake), Bob Larkin (Lt. Kenyon), Anthony Mannino (Thug).
Colt fails to make his train trip with a bail jumper as quiet as possible for the passenger in the next compartment -- Richard Burton.

December 1, 1982: A Piece Of Cake
Season 2, episode 6
W: Burton Armus   D: Bruce Bilson

With Terry Kiser (Nick Trainer), Dick O'Neill (Capt. Finley), Frank Aletter (O'Hara), Michael DeLano (Fletcher), Cork Hubbert (Swifty Leonard), Bert Rosario (Leo), Amy Botwinick (Rona), Vince Deadrick (Smith), John Finn (Bleeker).
A New York City police officer tries to take advantage of Colt in his scheme to frame a syndicate member.

December 8, 1982: Hell On Wheels
Season 2, episode 7
W: Duane Poole, Tom Swale   D: Vince Edwards

With William Bryant (Director), Janet Julian (Elizabeth 'Mad Dog' McClosky), Clu Gulager (Marv Jackson), James Wainwright (Dave Robinson), Tracy Scoggins (June), Carmen Filpi (Harry).
Jody goes undercover on a roller derby team to try and root out a criminal.

December 22, 1982: How Do I Kill Thee? Let Me Count The Ways
Season 2, episode 8
W: Glen A. Larson   D: Daniel Haller

With Paul Williams (Albert 'Rooster' Brooks), David Sheiner (Durwood), Jack Ging (Johnson), Pat McCormack (Sweets McBride), Peter Mark Richman (Frank Dial), Tony Goodstone (McNally).
Colt teams with two gumshoes to keep tabs on a man facing trial for manslaughter -- who looks ready to leave the country.

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