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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'The Mod Squad' in the 1970s:

1970s Episode Guide for 'The Mod Squad':

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

September 23, 1969: The Girl In Chair Nine
Season 2, episode 1
W: William Blast   D: Gene Nelson

With Angela Greene (Mrs. Whitney), Iris Rainer (Barbara), Gary Crabbe (Tory Peterson), Sylvia Hayes (Big Mama), Lillian Bronson (Aunt Margaret), Robert R. Cannon (Jerry Bronson), Veronica Cartwright (Gail Whitney), John Stephenson (Professor Tanner), Cesare Danova (Dr. Santos).
A clairvoyant's prediction initiates an investigation into an abortion racket.

September 30, 1969: My Name Is Manolette
Season 2, episode 2
W: Margaret Armen   D: Bob Lewis

With Hal Smith (Jeweller), Eric Lee (Leon), Paul Sorenson (Mr. Stedman), Jeane Byron (Mrs. Stedman), Alma Beltran (Lupe Lopez), Bruce Watson (Marv), Rex Holman (Jonah), Fabian Gregory (Manolette).
Pete, Linc and Julie "adopt" a 9-year-old Mexican waif who has been abandoned by a gang of American thieves.

October 7, 1969: An Eye For An Eye
Season 2, episode 3
W: Tony Barrett   D: Earl Bellamy

With Nancy Gates (Liz Weaver), Arthur Batanides (Curtis), William Vaughan (Crowley), Francis DeSales (Alex Tate), Boyd 'Red' Morgan (Wyatt), Bob Golden (Patrolman).
Capt. Greer falls in love with attractive widow Liz Weaver and unwittingly makes her the target for kidnappers.

October 14, 1969: Ride The Man Down
Season 2, episode 4
W: William Clark   D: George McCowan

With Brenda Scott (Diane Halloway/Diane Henry), Richard Anderson (Tom Cole), Richard Forbes (Arthur "Art" Jackson/Art Henry), Lynn Borden (Judy Belson), Lester Fletcher (Bill), Jo Ann Harris (Sally), Clyde Howdy (Sheriff Masters), Irene Tedrow (Eloise), Robert Easton (Wrangler), Guy Wilkerson (Proprietor), Chuck Shamata (Dispatcher), Lee Duncan (1st Deputy).
Pete Cochran tries to help a young woman who fears for her life, and becomes the prime suspect in a homicide,

October 21, 1969: To Linc - With Love
Season 2, episode 5
W: Carol Sobieski   D: George McCowan

With Janet MacLachlan (Ann Gibbon), Allan Melvin (Ned Latten), Mia Fullmore (Katie), Fred Pinkard (Leyton), Maudie Prickett (Clerk), Ceil Cabot (Waitress).
Linc falls in love but his romance is threatened by a man from the girl's past.

November 4, 1969: Lisa
Season 2, episode 6
W: Steffi Barrett, Tony Barrett   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Carolyn Jones (Lisa Whittaker/Jenny), Joseph Ruskin (Frank Mitchell), Arthur Franz (Cliff Bates), Troy Melton (Max Taylor), Barney Phillips (Whittaker), Herbie Faye (Devlin), Byron Foulger (Druggist).
The squad is called on to bodyguard a noted authoress after someone tries to kill her. But they're unaware she is suffering from a split personality.

November 11, 1969: Confrontation
Season 2, episode 7
W: George Bellak   D: Gene Nelson

With Simon Oakland (Det. Will Rakosi), Sid McCoy (James Harper), B.J. Mason (Ben Sanders), Ta-Tanisha (Leora Little), Maurice Warfield (Calvin Brown), Jorge Moreno (Sam Akers), Monica Keating (Secretary), Darryl Glenn (Black Student), Dan Spelling (Terry), Robert F. Simon (Dean McIntyre).
A black student is found slain on the campus of State College, adding fuel to the fire of campus unrest.

November 18, 1969: Willie Poor Boy
Season 2, episode 8
W: Richard Landau   D: George McCowan

With Joe Don Baker (Willie Turner), Daniel J. Travanti (George), Wesley Lau (Dr. Albee), Arthur Peterson (Judge), Bobby Johnson (Masters), Stanley Adams (Braden).
After Pete and Linc thwart a robbery attempt, Pete evolves a plan to rehabilitate one of the thieves.

November 25, 1969: The Death Of Bill Hannachek
Season 2, episode 9
W: Mark Saha   D: Earl Bellamy

With James Griffith (Bubba Johnson), Sheb Wooley (Wild Bill Hannachek), Tim O'Kelly (Carl Abernathy), Tyne Daly (Dolores Abernathy), Murray MacLeod (Bob Travis), Florence Lake (Nurse), Ida Mae McKenzie (Waitress), Arthur Malet (Eddie), Bob Swan (Garage Mechanic), Will Mackenzie (James Decker).
Julie poses as a singer at a wayside inn when the squad investigates the killing of a fading country singer.

December 2, 1969: A Place To Run, A Heart To Hide In
Season 2, episode 10
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Earl Bellamy

With Don DeFore (George Anders), Christopher Stone (Holly Anders), Michael McGreevy (Edward Timmers), Paul Lukather (Mike Reynolds), Geoffrey Deuel (Bill Jacobs), Tom Tully (Frank Dever).
Pete, Linc and Julie infiltrate a college campus to investigate the mysterious death of a student.

December 16, 1969: In This Corner -- Sol Alpert
Season 2, episode 12
W: Rita Lakin   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Vince Howard (Marty), Loretta Leversee (Mrs. Alpert), Noam Pitlik (Simon Alpert), Marvin Kaplan (Sol Alpert), Steve Franken (Rabbi Tannenbaum), Armand Alzamora (Fernando Rodriguez), Perla Walter (Maria Rodriguez), Sheldon Collins (Mark Alpert), Austin Stoker (Dave), Wayne Heffley (Mr. Jackson), Kevin Michaels (Elijah), Pepper Martin (Officer), Chick Hearn (Voice).
Pete, Linc and Julie hunt the landlord responsible for unhealthy conditions in a slum neighborhood.

December 30, 1969: The Debt
Season 2, episode 14
W: Steffi Barrett, Tony Barrett   D: Jerry Jameson

With Ross Elliott (Howard Sanders), Peter Brown (Franklin), Nehemiah Persoff (Janos Kovacs), Solomon Sturges, Jay Novello (Franz Kovacs), Marj Dusay (Doris Sanders).
Pete gets an opportunty to pay a personal debt to a young man whose father, a mental institution escapee, is sought as the prime suspect in a homicide.

January 6, 1970: Sweet Child Of Terror
Season 2, episode 15
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Earl Bellamy

With Robert Salvio (Ed Bonney), Martine Bartlett (Janice Farrell), Dennis Patrick (Frank Farrell), Marjorie Bennett (Mrs. MacCready), Yolanda Gonzalez (Maid), Robert Karnes (Sheriff), Harry Hickox (George).
Julie, mistaken for a wealthy man's daughter, is kidnapped by a fired employee and held for ransom.

January 20, 1970: The King Of Empty Cups
Season 2, episode 16
W: Sonya Roberts   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Simon Scott (Chief Metcalf), Noel Harrison (Quinn), Barbara Shannon (Fat Elmira), Clive Clerk (Allan), Anne Randall (Denny), Renne Jarrett (Elizabeth Metcalf).
Julie, Linc and Pete are assigned to find the missing daughter of the police chief, and they locate her at the home of a pop singing idol -- under the influence of drugs.

January 27, 1970: A Town Called Sincere
Season 2, episode 17
W: Gwen Bagni, Paul Dubov   D: Earl Bellamy

With Ford Rainey (Garrett), Tom Stern (Kurt), Maggie Malooly (Mrs. Zamaron), Lee de Broux (Jump), J. Kenneth Campbell (Sooey), Gregory Sierra (Zamaron), Peter Mamakos (Sgt. Ruiz), Lisa Gaye (Yolanda), David Renard (Father Lopez), Frances Fong (Sgt. Imoto).
On assignment in Mexico, Pete and Linc are trapped by a motorcycle gang terrorizing a small town.

February 3, 1970: The Exile
Season 2, episode 18
W: Don Richman, Harve Bennett   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Nico Minardos (Ben-Ari Nassal), David Hurst (Consulate General), Ben Aliza (Hakim), Byron Morrow (John Sands), James B. Sikking (Professor), Lawrence Dane (Maj. Sarif).
Julie falls in love with an exchange student from the Middle East, unaware that he's the crown prince of his country -- and in danger of assasination.

February 10, 1970: Survival House
Season 2, episode 19
W: Joanna Lee   D: George McCowan

With Mira Waters (Angel Lefevre), William Daniels (Dr. Lefevre), William Smithers (Hank Frederick), Sammy Davis Jr. (Billy), John Roper (Ralphie), Isabel Cooley (Marion Lefevre), Martin Braddock (Phil), Jay Powell (Carver), Cynthia Hull (Nan), Pamela Bekolay (Beverly), Armand Alzamora (Ray).
An ex-dope addict claims innocence but refuses to fight a charge of attacking a young girl.

February 17, 1970: Mother Of Sorrow
Season 2, episode 20
W: Rita Lakin, William Wood   D: Gene Nelson

With Harry Basch (Dr. Berger), Lee Grant (Mrs. Bell), Richard Dreyfuss (Curtis Bell), Sherry Miles (Evelyn).
The strained relationship between a mother and son sets the scene for tragedy when the girl friend of the young man, an old friend of Pete's, is found dead.

February 24, 1970: The Deadly Sin
Season 2, episode 21
D: Jerry Jameson

With Bert Freed (Paul Laker), Kermit Murdock (Abe Turson), Dennis Cross (Benny Lindell), Claudia Bryar (Mother Superior), Don Dubbins (Teddy Capp), Lynn Loring (Melissa Laker).
The life of a young postulant nun is imperiled when she witnesses a syndicate slaying, even though shock has erased the memory.

March 3, 1970: A Time For Remembering
Season 2, episode 22
W: Harve Bennett   D: Gene Nelson

With Simon Scott (Chief Metcalf), Richard Eastham (Harrison Cochran), Russ Conway (Dr. Milton), Gary Vinson (Beau Graves), Florence Halop (Nurse), Janice Barr (Secretary), Jerry Strickler (Sgt. Hooks), Mark Tapscott (Prison Sergeant).
Seeking revenge, a young ex-convict takes the squad captive in Julie's apartment.

March 17, 1970: Return To Darkness, Return To Light
Season 2, episode 23
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Ivan Dixon (Dr. Frank Tarver), Karl Swenson (John Edwards), Buddy Lewis (Cab Driver), Jason Wingreen (Doorman), Gloria Foster (Jenny Wells), Tina Menard (Mrs. Perez).
Gloria Foster, wife of series costar Clarence Williams III, encores the role of blind Jenny Willis. Jenny tells Linc she's going to marry her partner, a doctor in a non-profit medical clinic, and the squad discovers her intended is a man with several aliases.

March 24, 1970: Call Back Yesterday
Season 2, episode 24
D: Gene Nelson

With Morgan Sterne (Howard Allen), James Farley (Anderson), Anita Louise (Grace Cochran), Edmon Ryan (Bob Allen), Mark Goddard (Doug Allen), Margot Kidder (Claire Allen).
The young undercover trio investigate when Pete's former girlfriend asks his help after she's prevented from seeing her father.

March 31, 1970: Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot
Season 2, episode 25
W: Rita Lakin, Harve Bennett   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Frank Converse (Warren Loring), Linda Marsh (Ellie Myers), Norman Alden (Russ Barry), Edward Asner (Harry Loring), Paul Stewart (Scooter Stiles).
A young film producer asks for police protection when a series of "accidents" plague his film about a 20-year-old unsolved murder.

April 7, 1970: The Loser
Season 2, episode 26
W: Sheldon Stark   D: Gene Nelson

With Milton Selzer (Alfred Weaver), David Cassidy (Brad Johnson), Charles Aidman (George Williamson), Frank Aletter (Russ Haymen), Diana Muldaur (Claire Tragis), Marion Ross (Louise Johnson).
Pete, Julie and Linc investigate a hit-and-run accident involving a stolen car after a young man arrested for the crime pleads his innocence.

September 22, 1970: The Long Road Home
Season 3, episode 1
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With S. John Launer (Dr. Haggin), Bruce Watson (Georgie), Lou Antonio (Case), Garry Walberg (Dr. Felson), Anjanette Comer (Billie Fletcher).
Series returns for its third year. Pete Cochran falls in love with a young woman he has critically injured during an auto chase after a robbery suspect.

September 29, 1970: See The Eagles Dying
Season 3, episode 2
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Jerry Jameson

With Ross Elliott (John Jeffers), Barry Cahill (Marks), James Nusser (Gus), Judd Laurance (Phil), Paul Carr (Joe), Lane Bradbury (Cindy Jeffers).
Pete Cochran takes to the air to discover what is bothering a young woman who joined a skydiving group for "kicks".

October 6, 1970: Who Are The Keepers, Who Are The Inmates?
Season 3, episode 3
W: Richard Landau   D: Gene Nelson

With Jerry Summers (David Skinner), Richard Kiley (Warren White), Booth Colman (Dr. Grant Ames), Meg Foster (Cora), Harry Basch (Dr. Berger), Richard Shelfo (Attendant).
Linc feigns insanity to investigate a mental institution where a friend has died under mysterious circumstances.

October 13, 1970: 'A' Is For Annie
Season 3, episode 4
W: William Blast   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Ron Hayes (George McKenna), Jewel Blanch (Luanne McKenna), Edmund Gilbert (Fred Simpson), Cindy Eilbacher (Sally Sanders), Barbara Boles (Doris McKenna), C. Lindsay Workman (Harrison), Hank Jones (Herbie Hughes), Jo Van Fleet (Annie Crabtree).
A former teacher of Julie's comes under attack for her liberal approach to sex education, and violence erupts.

October 20, 1970: The Song Of Willie
Season 3, episode 5
W: Steffi Barrett, Tony Barrett   D: Gene Nelson

With Bill Walker (Rollie), Lawrence Cook (Cal Rush), Marlene Clark (Ruthie Rush), Norman Alden (Charles Swain), Jed Allan (Frank Walsh), Lola Falana (Marci Weaver), Sammy Davis Jr. (Willie Rush).
The life of a ruthless motion picture star is threatened.

October 27, 1970: Search And Destroy
Season 3, episode 6
W: David P. Harmon   D: Philip Leacock

With Steve Ihnat (Tom Blake), Michael Baseleon (Vinnie), Wayne Storm (Big K), Bruce Glover (Danny), Kathleen Lloyd (Sarah), Bill Zuckert (Barney), Brad David (Jamie Blake).
The squad's investigation of a bogus policeman tied to murder and a narcotics ring is hampered by the victim's brother, who's carrying out his own investigation.

November 3, 1970: Just Ring The Bell Once
Season 3, episode 7
W: Gwen Bagni, Paul Dubov   D: Jerry Jameson

With Brian Dewey (Lukie Patch), Millie Lawrence (Denise Calvin), Linda Meiklejohn (Velma Patch), Lawrence Dane (Mackey), Mathias Reitz (Nick).
Linc tries to help an 8-year-old boy whose mother won't give him up for adoption even though she can't care for him properly. To add to the child's woes, the mother is involved with liquor hijackers.

November 10, 1970: Welcome To The Human Race, Levi Frazee!
Season 3, episode 8
W: Walter Black   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Michael Sugich (Henry Frazee), Robert Foulk (Sheriff), Bo Svenson (Bubba), Veleka Gray (Mae Colley), Cal Bellini (Levi Frazee), Edgar Buchanan (Hargis).
Pete leads the attempt to clear a young Indian accused of murder in a small desert town.

November 17, 1970: A Faraway Place So Near
Season 3, episode 9
W: Theodore Apstein   D: Terry Becker

With Bo Hopkins (Arnie), Ben Murphy (Bob), James B. Sikking (Maj. Bernard), Lillian Hayman (Mrs. Rivers), Tom Nardini (Mike Sierra), Pilar Seurat (Tuyet Dawson), Michael Margotta (Fred Dawson), Margarita Cordova (Gloria).
Linc tries to learn why a friend failed to return from Vietnam when his Army tour was up. The soldier's buddies, already back home, tell him his friend was killed in action. Suspecting something wrong, Linc begins a private investigation with the help of Pete and Julie.

December 1, 1970: A Time Of Hyacinths
Season 3, episode 10
W: Margaret Armen   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Vincent Price (John Wells), Charles McGraw (Castor), Cynthia Hull (Diana Wentworth), Warren Stevens (Howard Haines).
Macabre master Vincent Price guest stars in an eerie tale in which Julie Barnes encounters a mysterious stranger, a man supposed dead for 20 years.

December 8, 1970: The Judas Trap
Season 3, episode 11
W: Walter Black   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Don Porter (Dean Prentiss Markham), Marj Dusay (Margaret Markham), Barry Brown (Dana Sterling), Richard Webb (Col. Sterling), Wayne Heffley (Sgt. Smith).
The squad tries to help a mentally retarded teenager suspected of killing his father.

December 15, 1970: Fever
Season 3, episode 12
W: Paul Schneider, Margaret Schneider, Martin Roth   D: Jerry Jameson

With Robert Viharo (Cliff Hansen), Brooke Bundy (Trudy Hansen), Frank Maxwell (Leonard Morrison), Karl Swenson (Ben), Ken Lynch (Sheriff Summers), Gordon DeVol (Jon), Paul Collins (Les), Paul Wexler (Commune Leader).
On vacation, Julie gives a ride to a man and his young son then discovers that the boy -- and she -- are kidnap victims and that the youngster is stricken with Rocky Mountain fever.

December 29, 1970: Is There Anyone Left In Santa Paula?
Season 3, episode 13
W: Gene L. Coon   D: Lawrence Dobkin

With Richard Romanus (Paco Montoya), Amparo Pilar (Anita Ortiz), Victor Millan (Pedro Hernandez), Bert Santos (Chico), Fernando Lamas (Lt. Ramon Sanchez), Joe Renteria (Eddie), Paul Bryar (Car Wash Owner).
The squad investigates a police lieutenant who's long condoned the illegal entry of Mexicans into California.

January 5, 1971: A Short Course In War
Season 3, episode 14
W: Mann Rubin   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Bob Balaban (Walter Coy), Jack Bender (Jeff Dalton), Michael Warren (Lon), Paul Kent (Dean Harris), Mark Tapscott (Chief Roberts), Monty Margetts (Registrar), Josephine Hutchinson (Sarah Osgood).
Julie Barnes and an elderly teacher become hostages when student activists take over a college administration building.

January 12, 1971: Kicks, Incorporated
Season 3, episode 15
W: Peggy O'Shea   D: Gene Nelson

With Jack Cassidy (Perry Lemko), Barbara Rush (Mrs. Hamilton), Danny Thomas (Good Friend), Diane McBain (Melba Norwood), Cal Wilson (Skip), Kim Milford (Johnny), Leo Gordon (Unit Leader).
A debonair socialite heads a unique "nuisance" racket. To complicate matters, the sophisticated crook is a golfing buddy of Captain Greer.

January 19, 1971: A Bummer For R.J.
Season 3, episode 16
W: Jack Turley   D: Philip Leacock

With Carl Betz (R.J. Coleman), Brooke Mills (Donna Pierson), Barbara Rhoades (Tonie), Elliott Street (Fleas), Joyce Jameson (Lois Johnson), Jesse White (Leo), Daniel J. Travanti (Johnny Graham), Annette O'Toole (Lorrie).
A 40-year-old tries to recapture his youth in a hippie lifestyle after his wife divorces him.

January 26, 1971: The Hot, Hot Car
Season 3, episode 17
W: Elroy Schwartz   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Frank Farmer (Betts), Lloyd Battista (Frank), Ned Glass (Mayes), Robert Donner (Mr. Thomas), John Gruber (Kurt), Tamar Cooper (Mrs. Thomas), Arthur Franz (Lawrence Bunker), Greg Mullavey (Kirk Collins).
The squad launches a desperate search for a stolen car wired with dynamite being driven by an innocent family who have been duped into transporting it out of state.

February 9, 1971: Suffer, Little Children
Season 3, episode 18
W: Gene L. Coon   D: Lawrence Dobkin

With Ken Scott (Fred), John Evans (Dr. Robert Douglas), Ian Sander (Eddie), Dan Spelling (Billy), Kaz Garas (Reverend Douglas), Jill Choder (Karen), Jenny Sullivan (Angie), Sheldon Allman (Joe Foster).
The squad investigates a murder and a burglary ring which forces destitute young people to steal.

February 16, 1971: Is That Justice? No, It's The Law
Season 3, episode 19
W: David H. Vowell   D: Philip Leacock

With Burr DeBenning (Dennis Laughton), Nehemiah Persoff (Sgt. Harry MacGeorge), Leonard Stone (Paul Sykes), Stanley Kamel (Nick Harris).
The squad helps a zealous detective sergeant catch a dope pusher with the goods, but the pusher insists he's been framed.

February 23, 1971: A Double For Danger
Season 3, episode 20
W: Roger Lewis   D: Gene Nelson

With Michael Ansara (Lt. Ray Abruzzi), Ray Walston (J.B.), Ron Soble (Karl Schwartz), Rex Holman (Eddie Pickett).
Julie assumes the identity of a dead undercover agent to expose the leader of a narcotics ring.

March 2, 1971: Welcome To Our City
Season 3, episode 21
W: Tony Barrett, Shirl Hendryx   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With John Dennis (Keller), Don Eitner (Doctor), Woodrow Parfrey (Pawnbroker), Edward Faulkner (Frank Dunn), Allen Garfield (Weaver), John Carter (Willis Clark), Billy Bowles (Billy Clark), Virginia Gregg (Hattie).
The squad sets out to find the father of a 15-year-old farm boy and turns up evidence that the man is involved in a loan shark racket.

March 9, 1971: The Comeback
Season 3, episode 22
W: Mann Rubin   D: William Crain

With Sugar Ray Robinson (Candy Joe Collins), Rocky Graziano (Doc Russo), Ernie 'Indian Red' Lopez (Himself), Rod McCary (Floyd Barris), Dick Enberg (Himself), Hilly Hicks (Robbie Collins), Bucklind Beery (Cortney).
An aging boxing champion is set for a return to the ring.

March 16, 1971: We Spy
Season 3, episode 23
W: Harve Bennett, Walter Black   D: Lawrence Dobkin

With Rene Auberjonois (Farraday), William Smith (Mr. Smith), Jay Novello (Doc Wilson), Joanna Phillips (Waitress).
Pete goes undercover as a safecracker to break up an industrial espionage ring, and stumbles upon a murder plot.

March 23, 1971: The Price Of Love
Season 3, episode 24
W: Tony Barrett, Robert Foster   D: Philip Leacock

With Paul Richards (Frank Devlin), Barry Atwater (Jonathan Carr), Clint Howard (Davey Carr), Connie Hines (Diane), Gregory Walcott (Clay Whittaker), Dub Taylor (Jess), Jeanne Bates (Nancy).
Linc stumbles onto a kidnap plot when he runs out of gas near a desert ghost town.

September 14, 1971: The Sentinels
Season 4, episode 1
W: Alvin Boretz   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Poupee Bocar (Marina), Stephen Hudis (Paulie), Hal England (Nick Fraser), Lynne Marta (Lila Fraser), Scott Marlowe (Keech), Richard Romanus (Aurelio), Stephen Hudis (Paulie Thompson).
The crime-adventure series begins its fourth year as the squad hunts a pair of killers who unknowingly are harboring a flock of pigeons that could cause a city-wide epidemic.

September 21, 1971: Cricket
Season 4, episode 2
W: Rick Husky   D: Michael Caffey

With Victor Holchak (Glen Buchanan), Susan Howard (Gillian Francis), Lee H. Montgomery (Cricket), Paul Kent (Dr. Stafford), Al Checco (Restaurant Manager), Joel Lawrence (Cliff).
The squad races a murderer to find a retarded boy who accidentally shot Julie with the gun abandoned by the slayer.

September 28, 1971: Home Is The Streets
Season 4, episode 3
W: S.S. Schweitzer   D: Barry Shear

With Flora Plumb (Angie), Brooke Bundy (Debra Martin), Cameron Mitchell (Karl Milligan), Simon Scott (Chief Metcalf), George Murdock (Price), Buddy Lester (Artie Steur).
A narcotics pusher goes on the run after shooting two police officers.

October 5, 1971: Survival
Season 4, episode 4
W: Byron Twiggs   D: Philip Leacock

With John Rubinstein (Larry Wheeler), Karen Ericson (Gita), Elliott Street (Rolly), Val Avery (Briggs).
Julie, suffering from a snake bite, is stranded in the desert with a blind hitchhiker when her car is stolen.

October 12, 1971: Color Of Laughter, Color Of Tears
Season 4, episode 5
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Philip Leacock

With Edward Asner (Joe Walton), Anne Archer (Jennifer Teel), Parley Baer (Koger), Michael Baseleon (Otto), Maria Grimm (Christine), Dan Ferrone (Emilio).
A circus owner is plagued by a series of "accidents".

October 19, 1971: The Medicine Men
Season 4, episode 6
W: Arthur Weingarten   D: Seymour Robbie

With Lou Antonio (Arnold Kane), Robert Foxworth (Dr. Gary Lefferts), Burr DeBenning (Dr. Avery Corman), Billy Dee Williams (Dr. Joe Goodson), Bella Bruck (Mrs. Wollitzer), Holly Near (Clerk), Hank Jones (Bunks).
Julie falls in love with a young doctor and discovers he's being blackmailed.

October 26, 1971: The Sands Of Anger
Season 4, episode 7
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Earl Bellamy

With Shelly Novack (Ed Kelton), James Nolan (Tom Hall), Betty Anne Rees (Kate Mason), Tony Dow (Frank Parks), Arthur Franz (William Jeffers Sr.), Steve Carlson (Joe Kelton), Walker Edmiston (Deever), Stewart Bradley (Lt. Coates).
An antiwar activist is killed in the dynamite explosion of a dune buggy at a rally in the desert.

November 2, 1971: The Poisoned Mind
Season 4, episode 8
W: Ernest Frankel   D: Don McDougall

With Laraine Stephens (Laurie Childs), Jack Collins (Andy Staton), Murray MacLeod (Steve Manton), Wesley Lau (Dr. Maggio), Jean Byron (Maida Staton), Herb Armstrong (Riker), Erik Holland (Harley Toms).
Capt. Adam Greer decides to take time off after he's forced to kill a young man during a robbery. At a vacation resort, he meets a young woman and shortly thereafter develops a mysterious illness.

November 9, 1971: Exit The Closer
Season 4, episode 9
W: Robert Collins   D: Don McDougall

With Larry Blyden (Bob Hardy), Ruta Lee (Gloria Hardy), Sandy Kenyon (Bert Petrie), Ross Elliott (Arnold Sanders), Austin Willis (Joseph Bellen), Gloria Manon (May Petrie).
The squad goes undercover at a used car lot to crack a narcotics smuggling ring.

November 16, 1971: Whatever Happened To Linc Hayes?
Season 4, episode 10
W: Rick Husky   D: George McCowan

With Lance Taylor (Deke Gibson), Frank Farmer (Doctor), Renny Roker (Chermak), Priscilla Garcia (Consuela Valdez), Lee De Broux (Keyes), Sam Edwards (Store Owner), Lance Taylor (Deke Gibson).
After a mugging causes Linc to develop amnesia, the young undercover cop wanders the city with the misapprehension that he's wanted by the police.

November 23, 1971: And A Little Child Shall Bleed Them
Season 4, episode 11
W: Steffi Barrett, Tony Barrett   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With Keenan Wynn (Luther Smith), Milton Berle (Uncle Bobo), June Dayton (Ellie Knox), Henry Jones (Paulie), Michael Fox (Doctor), Bill Berle (Joey Harris).
A TV clown's life is under attack by an unknown assailant.

November 30, 1971: The Loser
Season 4, episode 12
W: Robert C. Dennis   D: George McCowan

With Martin Sheen (Danny Morgan), Harold Gould (Lester Chenery), William Smith (Jack Harper), Erica Petal (Kim Morgan).
A suicidal man hires an assassin to murder him, but when he changes his mind he can't find the killer to tell him.

December 7, 1971: Death Of A Nobody
Season 4, episode 13
W: Mann Rubin   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Brock Peters (Johnny Pell), Richard X. Slattery (Burke), Florence St. Peter (Mrs. Pell), Martin E. Brooks (Richard Clark), Meg Foster (Carolyn Delgado), Perry Lopez (Lou Delgado).
Pete is convinced he was the intended victim when a hit-and-run driver kills an innocent woman.

December 14, 1971: Feet Of Clay
Season 4, episode 14
W: Don Ingalls   D: Don Taylor

With Desi Arnaz Jr. (Vincent Emory), Kevin Dobson (Howie), Robert Donner (Emory), Wayne Storm (Morgan), Gary Dubin (Scooter Emory), Alan Oppenheimer (Bob Ross), Jerry Davis (Ruben).
A deaf-mute's heroism in a warehouse fire brings attempts on his life.

January 4, 1972: I Am My Brother's Keeper
Season 4, episode 15
W: James Schmerer   D: Jerry Jameson

With Linda Marsh (Betty Ayres), Guy Stockwell (Milton Shermer), Jack Ging (Dave Derman), John Kerr (Dr. Freilich), Betty Lynn (Nurse Kearny).
Linc and Julie race against time to find Pete who, while investigating undercover the slaying on the docks of a union member, has suffered a brain injury after being run down by a car which killed his contact.

January 11, 1972: Deal With The Devil
Season 4, episode 16
W: Robert C. Dennis   D: Don McDougall

With Leslie Nielsen (Rusty Bryson), Vikki Carr (Valetta Hall), Bill Fletcher (Sgt. McCurdy), Ron Soble (Strom), James Farley (Eric Parks), Larry Ward (Harwood).
Vikki Carr makes a dramatic debut as the fiancee of a returning Vietnam war correspondent who's flying home with information on the narcotics traffic.

January 18, 1972: Kill Gently, Sweet Jessie
Season 4, episode 17
W: Steffi Barrett, Tony Barrett   D: Lawrence Dobkin

With Al Freeman Jr. (Jessie Cook), Leslie Uggams (Dina Lane), Glynn Turman (Lonnie), Mort Mills (Frank Weaver), Leo Gordon (Keller), Don Dubbins (Leonard Gault), Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. (Parole Board Member).
Convicted murderer Jessie Cook gains his parole with only one thought in mind -- to find and kill Pete Cochran.

January 25, 1972: Shockwave
Season 4, episode 18
W: Rick Husky   D: Barry Shear

With Lou Krugman (Al Franks), Elliott Montgomery (Father Kenton), Lynn Loring (Sue Ann Eldridge), Michael Anderson Jr. (Troy Eldridge), Lurene Tuttle (Clerk), Davis Roberts (Jack Miller), Ray Kellogg (Peters).
Julie Barnes becomes attached to an abandoned baby whose parents are terrorizing the area with armed robberies.

February 1, 1972: No More Oak Leaves For Ernie Holland
Season 4, episode 19
W: Arthur Weingarten   D: Seymour Robbie

With Robert Pine (Ernie Holland), Henry Darrow (Israel Rivera), Cal Bellini (Manny DeLeon), Annette Charles (Cory Rivera), James A. Watson Jr. (Jader), Ernest Sarracino (Danny Martinelli), Bill Zuckert (Official).
A deranged Vietnam veteran, now a policeman, triggers a riot when he shoots a teenager.

February 8, 1972: The Cave
Season 4, episode 20
W: Don Ingalls   D: Jerry Jameson

With Patricia George (Secretary), Karl Swenson (William Bradshaw).
After a desert wind storm causes the Mod Squad trio to have an accident, they are sealed in a cave by a deranged man who holds them responsible for the death of his son in the war.

February 15, 1972: The Wild Weekend
Season 4, episode 21
W: Jack Turley   D: Robert Michael Lewis

With Stephen Young (Kip Hanson), Brenda Scott (Diane Alexander), Dennis Patrick (Carson Alexander).
When Pete Cochran turns down an invitation to a Palm Springs party by his former fiancee, her boyfriend abducts him to "put him in his place".

February 22, 1972: Outside Position
Season 4, episode 22
W: S.S. Schweitzer   D: Philip Leacock

With Norman Alden (Shugo), Frank Marth (Fred Keller), Judy Strangis (Robin Keller), Bobby Sherman (Jimmy Dills), Vernon Weddle (Albert Cavelli), Rex Holman (Victor Boichek).
An ex-convict stableboy finds his parole endangered by the men who framed his imprisonment on a narcotics charge.

February 29, 1972: The Tangled Web
Season 4, episode 23
W: Ernest Frankel   D: Richard Newton

With Simon Scott (Chief Metcalf), John Calvin (Greg Boyer), Woodrow Parfrey (Reese), Bob Bralver (Officer), Bob Golden (Officer).
Pete and Linc jeopardize their lives and careers by helping a friend of Julie return stolen jewelry in an area staked out by police.

March 7, 1972: Big George
Season 4, episode 24
W: Richard Landau   D: Philip Leacock

With Andy Griffith (George Carter), Michael-James Wixted (Jimmy Carter), Sharon Acker (Agnes Carter), Victor Izay (Bartender), Bart Burns (Paul Sommers), Stanley Kamel (Knight).
A man's life is ruined after he witnesses a slaying. Despite new threats at the end of the murder trial, Capt. Greer recalls the squad from around-the-clock protection.

September 14, 1972: The Connection
Season 5, episode 1
W: Rick Husky   D: George McCowan

With Cesar Romero (Frank Barton), Edward Asner (Sgt. Lassiter), Stefanie Powers (Francie Drango), Robert Reed (Jerry Silver), Bradford Dillman (Charlie Drango), Cleavon Little (Bolo), Richard Pryor (Cat Griffin), Gene Washington (Anthony Wilson).
Series returns for a fifth season. Pete, Linc and Julie, the young investigators, join a police sergeant on the case when Capt. Greer is wounded in escorting a prisoner from Chicago.

September 21, 1972: The Thunder Makers
Season 5, episode 2
W: Jack Turley   D: Jerry Jameson

With John McLiam (Sam), Bobby Sherman (Buddy Farragut), Paul Carr (Danny Johnson), Frank Ramirez (Chico), John Lasell (Clinton Farragut), Steve Chambers (Buzz).
The son of a construction company owner joins up with a motorcycle gang and plots to fake a payroll robbery of his dad's firm, but the gang has other ideas.

September 28, 1972: Yesterday's Ashes
Season 5, episode 3
W: Skip Webster   D: Richard Newton

With Ivor Francis (Dr. Forrester), Robert Pine (Jay Turner), Jo Ann Harris (Sue Fielding), Rudy Challenger (Dr. Gordon), Nino Candido (Jerry Vincent).
The squad witnesses a shoplifting at a jewelry store by a badly-scarred woman who jumps in front of her boyfriend's gun to save Pete's life.

October 5, 1972: A Gift For Jenny
Season 5, episode 4
W: Gerald Sanford   D: Don McDougall

With Del Monroe (Mike Keller), Gwenn Mitchell (Jenny Drake), Paul Richards (Dan Logan), Bo Svenson (Sully), Booker Bradshaw (George Cannon), Charlene Polite (Liz Martin).
A friend of Linc's is kidnapped after receiving a fur coat as a gift, setting the squad on a pursuit of a fur stealing ring.

October 12, 1972: Taps, Play It Louder
Season 5, episode 5
W: Sandor Stern   D: E.W. Swackhamer

With Robert F. Simon (Fred Styles), Peter Hooten (Jim Styles), Michele Nichols (Mary Styles), Ann Doran (Eva Styles), Dabbs Greer (Store Owner), Timothy Blake (Olive), Bruce Kirby (Col. Broidy), Bill Zuckert (Frank Morrissey).
Julie's Kansas cousin enlists her aid in trying to find her brother, who hasn't been heard from since his discharge from the Army three months ago.

October 19, 1972: Eyes Of The Beholder
Season 5, episode 6
W: Tony Barrett, Steffi Barrett   D: Richard Newton

With Beverly Garland (Ellie Todd), Richard Rust (Frank Devlin), Janet Margolin (Kathy Todd), Herbie Faye (Cycle Shop Owner), Michael Fox (Dr. Keller).
Pete's attempt to save a fur thief from falling to his death fails, but he is blamed by the robber's brother for allegedly pushing him.

October 26, 1972: Good Times Are Just Memories
Season 5, episode 7
W: Richard Bluel, Fenton Hobart Jr.   D: Ivan Dixon

With Leif Erickson (Lt. Jerry Price), Anthony Geary (Johnson), Clifford David (McCleary), Sam Elliott (Rick Price), Tyne Daly (Prudence Gordon).
A police lieutenant involved in a jewel theft ring accidentally kills an informer and plants evidence to make Pete appear guilty.

November 2, 1972: Corbey
Season 5, episode 8
W: Jack Turley   D: Richard Newton

With Simon Scott (Chief Metcalf), Nehemiah Persoff (Nick Master), Mitchell Silberman (Corbey Johnson), Eddie Ryder (Tipper Saxon), Jean Byron (Laura Johnson).
Capt. Greer is framed by a gang leader who is trying to find the son of his brother, who was killed in a shootout.

November 9, 1972: Can You Hear Me Out There?
Season 5, episode 9
W: Stanley Ralph Ross   D: Seymour Robbie

With Kim Hamilton (Mildred Jameson), Cal Bellini (Jimmy Gowdy), Larry D. Mann (Harry Burns), Tina Andrews (Laurie Jameson), Lou Gossett Jr. (Charley Jameson).
An auto theft ring uses a disc jockey's commercials to disseminate information as to where the stolen autos are to be dropped.

November 16, 1972: Another Final Game
Season 5, episode 10
W: Frank Telford   D: Jerry Jameson

With Clu Gulager (Dustin Ellis), Zara Cully (Mrs. Jones), Joseph R. Sicari (Tip Garrison), Woodrow Parfrey (Harvey Durko), Beverlee McKinsey (Evelyn Ellis).
A con artist who usually aims for bigger game makes the mistake of robbing a friend of Linc's, a little old lady, of $600.

November 23, 1972: Crime Club
Season 5, episode 11
W: Theodore J. Flicker   D: Don McDougall

With Mark Slade (Barry), Pamela Susan Shoop (Carol Bridgewater), Robert Lipton (Jason Robbey), Hilly Hicks (Dunwoodie), Peter Hobbs (Dr. Kerr).
When a security guard dies of a heart attack, students with high IQs who've been getting kicks by pulling off bizarre robberies become suspects.

November 30, 1972: The Twain
Season 5, episode 12
W: Skip Webster   D: Georg Olden

With Fritz Weaver (Father John Palmer), Victoria Racimo (Nan Cho), Allan Arbus (Byron Hale), Vic Tayback (Dean Wilcox), Edward Bell (Rex Landers), Johnny Haymer (Charles Avery), Rudy Challenger (Dr. Gordon).
A young Eurasian girl, in this country illegally to search for her father, witnesses the murder of a passport forger and becomes the target of the killer.

December 7, 1972: Belinda -- End Of Little Miss Bubble Gum
Season 5, episode 13
W: Bryn Morgan   D: Seymour Robbie

With Ruth Roman (Irene Morris), Cathy Burns (Belinda), Dane Clark (Blake Morris), Bob Balaban (Tony), John Karlen (Johnny Wexford), Len Lesser (Burns), Vernon Weddle (Red Benson), Anthony James (Charlie Inch).
The squad is suspicious of a former child movie star's two near misses with death when it's revealed that she will soon receive money held in trust for her.

December 14, 1972: Kristie
Season 5, episode 14
W: Rick Husky   D: Richard Newton

With Jed Allan (Kurt Raider), Michael Anderson Jr. (Jerry Schilling), Debbie Lytton (Kristie Schilling), Jean Hale (Marion Calder), Buddy Lester (Bondelli).
A small girl is left in Pete's care by her father and later a charred body is found with his identification on it, making it look like it will be a sad Christmas for the moppet.

December 21, 1972: Sanctuary
Season 5, episode 15
W: Robert Hamner   D: Jerry Jameson

With Glenn Corbett (Steve Anderson), Hal England (Dr. Weston), Victor Buono (Alexander Vlahos), S. John Launer (E.J. Wardell), Judith McConnell (Betty Saunders).
Julie photographs the records of an international syndicate and is scheduled to testify before a Grand Jury, but a truck puts her in the hospital.

January 4, 1973: Run, Lincoln, Run
Season 5, episode 16
W: Donald L. Stewart   D: Leonard Horn

With Elliott Street (Krause), Stefan Gierasch (Edmund Glendon), Emily Yancy (Ruth Henderson), James A. Watson Jr. (Herb Henderson), June Dayton (Mrs. Milton), Taylor Lacher (Marty Farrell).
A friend of Linc's who is in the clutches of loan sharks is forced to set up Linc for elimination to save his kidnapped wife.

January 18, 1973: Don't Kill My Child
Season 5, episode 17
W: Paul Schneider, Margaret Schneider   D: Harry Falk

With Marlyn Mason (Evelyn Pruitt), Nina Foch (Mrs. Dykstra), Murray MacLeod (Dave Pruitt), Tyrone Wilson (Timmy Pruitt), Lillian Lehman (Support Group Leader), Joan Tompkins (Millie Lindner), John Zaremba (Howard Lindner), Kirk Mee (Dr. Marmor).
The squad doesn't believe a stepfather's story of a child beating, knowing the mother is guilty and needs help.

January 25, 1973: Put Out The Welcome Mat For Death
Season 5, episode 18
W: Elroy Schwartz   D: Reza Badiyi

With Howard Duff (Walter Graham), Martha Scott (Belle Fuller), Kristina Holland (Linda Graham), Michael Burns (Rick Landis), James B. Sikking (Dr. Webber), Doreen Lang (Martha Graham).
A distraught man is driven to mercy killing when a nurse steals medication intended for his wife.

February 1, 1973: Death In High Places
Season 5, episode 19
W: Robert Hamner   D: Don McDougall

With Fernando Lamas (Arturo Roca), Jim Backus (Emile Wade), Bing Russell (Kerner), Ahna Capri (Florinda), Carmen Zapata (Mrs. Gomez), Priscilla Garcia (Teresa Vega), Joe Renteria (Tomas Roca), William Boyett (Foreman).
Linc takes an undercover job as a high steel construction worker to find out who pushed a friend to his death.

February 8, 1973: Scion Of Death
Season 5, episode 20
W: Robert Schlitt, Skip Webster   D: Daniel Haller

With Ross Elliott (Sam Brodie), Julie Adams (Nancy Ryan), Don Porter (Walter Ryan), Mitzi Hoag (Cora Brodie), Richard Rowley (Danny Ryan), Larry Golden (Woody Samuels), Dennis Dugan (Chris Norton).
The teenage son of a newspaper publisher is kidnapped and held hostage by an embittered ex-employee.

February 15, 1973: The Night Holds Terror
Season 5, episode 21
W: Rick Husky   D: Richard Newton

With Richard Dreyfuss (Caleb Dunne), Brooke Bundy (Cathy Chase), Ben Piazza (Dr. Ed Chase).
Convalescing in the home of a doctor and his wife, Julie is terrorized by a madman who vows to murder everyone in the house.

February 22, 1973: Cry Uncle
Season 5, episode 22
W: Sandor Stern   D: Phil Bondelli

With Theodore Bikel (Max Kalatsis), Kathleen Freeman (Martha), Gino Conforti (Adolph Schmidt), Dena Dietrich (Sadie), Geoffrey Lewis (Tracy), Mills Watson (Willy).
Greer and the squad investigate a series of art thefts engineered by Adam's colorful uncle who is visiting from his native Greece.

March 1, 1973: And Once For My Baby
Season 5, episode 23
W: Robert Sherman   D: Richard Newton

With Linda Marsh (Ruth Stringer), Ed Nelson (Johnny Stringer), Rex Holman (Rudy), Robert Phillips (Larry Nemo), John Kerr (Dr. Eggers), Frances Lee McCain (Alice).
The squad is tipped to a $1 million heist being masterminded by an ex-con whose pregnant wife is an unknowing victim of cervical cancer. (Last show of the series.)

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