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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'The Name Of The Game' from 1970-1982:



1970-1982 Episode Guide for 'The Name Of The Game':


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





September 19, 1969: Lady On The Rocks
Season 2, episode 1
W: Robert White, Phyllis White   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With James Robertson-Justice (Fitzwilliam), Nigel Davenport (David Windom), Laurence Naismith (Reddington), Peter Davies (Stephen Grey), Janice Rule (Madeline Grey).
Publisher Howard suspects that a British publisher's daughter and her new spouse may have something to do with the death of her first husband.

October 3, 1969: Blind Man's Bluff
Season 2, episode 3

With Michele Carey (Evvy), Coleen Gray (Sylvia Trager), Jack Klugman (Art Trager), Denny Miller (Bill), Broderick Crawford (Wolf Lang).
Jeff Dillon is tricked by a district attorney, who has been blinded by an acid-throwing hoodlum, into printing a story that could cause the same thing to happen to him.

October 10, 1969: The Emissary
Season 2, episode 4
W: Margaret Arem, Dean Hargrove   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With Alan Gifford (Ambassador), Vernon Dobtcheff (Dedushko), Ivan Tchenko (Kutskov), Craig Stevens (Lang Roberts), Natasha Parry (Catherine), Charles Boyer (Henri Arnoux).
Publisher Howard goes to Paris to attend an international conference on air pollution. When the Red Chinese delegates walk out of the conference, Howard is asked to have his old Marxist friend prevail upon them to return.

October 17, 1969: Chains Of Command
Season 2, episode 5
W: Carol Sobieski   D: Robert Day

With Paul Fix (Judge O'Donnell), Davey Davison (Julie), Steve Ihnat (Captain Oliver), Pernell Roberts (Hank), Sidney Blackmer (Superindentent), Dorothy Lamour (Stella Fisher), Jay C. Flippen (Zack Whitten), Rafael Campos (Quito Mendares).
Dan Farrell assumes the role of a guard in a state prison in an effort to get proof that its superintendent is selling the services of inmates to local farmers.

October 24, 1969: Goodbye Harry
Season 2, episode 6
W: Gene L. Coon   D: Barry Shear

With Marsha Hunt (Claudia Loring), Michael Larrain (Greg Roarke), Strother Martin (Nanyface), Maura McGiveney (Stewardess), Sandor Szabo (Professor Zorkin), Junero Jennings (Murray), Allen Emerson (Stone), Darren McGavin (Sam Hardy), James Whitmore (Harry Roarke), Jan Sterling (Elsa Roarke), Dane Clark (Bill Oliver), Kay E. Kuter (Mailman).
One of publisher Howard's newsmen convnces him that a missing American missile scientist is not a traitor, as suspected by the FBI, but was kidnapped by the Russians for his scientific knowledge.

November 7, 1969: The Perfect Image
Season 2, episode 8
W: David P. Harmon   D: Sutton Roley

With Charles Drake (Laraby), Stephen McNally (Brock), Joanna Barnes (Ardith), Clu Gulager (Bill Danziger), Edward Andrews (Reverend), Diana Hyland (Lisa Adrian), Hal Holbrook (John Adrian), Ida Lupino (Monique Madison), Edward Asner (Vince Leonard).
Publisher Howard is shocked at learning that the rumors he's heard about a politician his magazine is backing are true and that the man is actually the front man for a crime syndicate.

November 14, 1969: The Prisoner Within
Season 2, episode 9

With Tom Basham (Danny Gant), William Burns (Maj. Powers), George Murdock (Sgt. Joe Ames), Robert DoQui (Sgt. Ollie O'Neill), Richard Van Vleet (Hunter), Ron Hayes (Capt. James Wynn), Steve Forrest (Col. Walter Royce), Shelly Novack (Mike Wolcik).
Jeff Dillon takes up the challenge of an army officer who dares him to go through a prisoner-of-war training camp -- a course in "anti-brainwashing" -- unaware that the military man is hiding a dangerous secret about his past.

November 28, 1969: The Civilized Men
Season 2, episode 10

With Kaz Garas (Sheriff Finnegan), Jill St. John (Michelle Howell), Phil Philbin (Janssen), Jack Kelly (Creighton Howell), Rod Cameron (Esau Billings).
Dan Farrell call on the help of the president of the local cattlemen's association, and his wealthy wife, in an effort to prove that a crime syndicate is rustling millions of dollars worth of cattle to be used in restaurants.

December 5, 1969: High Card
Season 2, episode 11
W: Dean Hargrove, Herman Groves, Mitchell Linderman   D: Sutton Roley

With Lloyd Battista (Paul), Peter Brandon (Carlyle), John Colicos (Rafael), George Sawyer (Ramon), Paul Stewart (Manuel Rica), Martine Beswick (Marie), Barry Sullivan (Senator Collins), Gene Raymond (Lamont Williams), Sam Edwards.
Publisher Howard is accused of being the man who tipped off Castro about the Bay of Pigs invasion. A U.S. senator claims to have photographic proof of the charge.

December 12, 1969: The Power
Season 2, episode 12
W: Arthur Weingarten   D: Lawrence Dobkin

With Bill Dunnagan (Bystander), Amentha Dymally (Gloria), Bill Catching (Hamel), James McEachin (Jackson), Steve Sandor (Red), Gene Raymond (Senator Vreeland), Barbara Werle (Roberta), John Ireland (Mel Wexler), William Conrad (Arnold Wexler), Broderick Crawford (Bianchi).
Dan Farrell poses as a longshoreman in order to investigate conditions on the waterfront, and becomes involved in the struggle between two brothers, both seeking control of the local union.

December 19, 1969: Laurie Marie
Season 2, episode 13
W: Henry Slesar, David P. Harmon   D: Harvey Hart

With Barry Atwater (Sheriff Lucas), Carla Borelli (Priscilla), Peter Mark Richman (Robert Coates), John Kerr (Stuart Clark), Heather Harrison (Laurie Marie), Edward G. Robinson, Antoinette Bower (Katherine Benning).
Jeff Dillon and Peggy Maxwell have no luck in cornering and interviewing a millionaire industrialist until a young girl is lost in the woods near his estate.

January 2, 1970: The Tradition
Season 2, episode 14
W: Tim Kelly, Dean Hargrove   D: John Llewellyn Moxey

With Ina Balin (Thalia), Nico Minardos (Nikos).
Publisher Howard endangers his life when he makes the mistake of telling a Greek girl she should not obey the old customs. She is in love with a hot-tempered fisherman, but refuses to give up the rights and pleasures she has learned in America.

January 9, 1970: The Brass Ring
Season 2, episode 15
W: Barry Oringer   D: Barry Shear

With Bert Santos (Roberto Panada), Lazaro Perez (Paco Zapata), Jack Carter (Bill Crail), Tim O'Connor (Callahan), Johnny Silver (Petey), Lewis Charles (Paulie Moore), Celeste Holm (Irene Comdon), Van Johnson (Jack Newell), Herbert Anderson (Roger Dall), Than Wyenn (Sawyer).
Dan Farrell attempts to aid a Mexican-American boxer who has gotten himself caught up in a corruption mess. Matters come to a head when the youth punches a bigoted newsman.

January 16, 1970: Island Of Gold And Precious Stones
Season 2, episode 16
W: Anthony Skene   D: John Newland

With Keith McConnell (Finch), Mario Alcalde (Alejandro), Doreen Lang (Miss Marsh), Estelle Winwood (Cameo), Yvonne DeCarlo (Mrs. Levene), Lester Matthews (Porter), Michael Walker (Mark), Henry Jones (George), Lee Meriwether (Bridget), Edward Everett Horton (Basil Fletcher), Hazel Court (Miss L. Playfair), Rudy Vallee (Cameo), Irene Tsu (Miss Takashima).
One of the world's wealthiest men dies and leaves a very small estate. Jeff Dillon and Peggy Maxwell are assigned to find out what happened to all his millions.

January 23, 1970: The Takeover
Season 2, episode 17
W: John McGreevey, Ernestine Barton   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Gloria Grahame (Madame Noh), Anne Baxter (Magda), Michael Ansara (Ben Kaliman), David Sheiner (Colonel Bandar), Warren Stevens (Lawrence), David Opatoshu (Anartha), H.M. Wynant (Colonel Mara), Anna Navarro (Madame Bandar).
Publisher Howard goes to the small Oriental nation of Bhasa to look into the overthrow of the government headed by a playboy who has since disappeared.

January 30, 1970: The Garden
Season 2, episode 18
W: Charles McDaniel   D: Seymour Robbie

With Jason Wingreen (Doctor), Schell Rasten (Billy), San Christopher (Mrs. Webster), Woodrow Parfrey (Dr. Louden), Arch Johnson (Harry Murdock), Anne Barton (Mrs. Reeder), Madeleine Sherwood (Myra Louden), Anne Francis (Marsha Ryman), Richard Kiley (Dr. Strode), John Archer (Mr. Reeder), Burt Brinckerhoff (Philip McKenna), Brenda Scott (Suzie Murdock).
Dan Farrell arrives at a fabulous estate known as "The Garden", presumably to visit with the daughter of an old friend, but actually he's there to prove that a very rich psychiatrist is a fraud.

February 13, 1970: Tarot
Season 2, episode 19
W: Dick Nelson   D: Nicholas Colasanto

With Jose Ferrer (Adrian Blake), William Shatner (Peter), David Carradine (Jason), Bethel Leslie (Celia), Luther Adler (Marc Osborne), Gail Bonney (Landlady), Frank Campanella (Detective), Carol Booth (Stephanie White), Lee Grant.
Publisher Glenn Howard is convinced that a girl didn't commit suicide because he rebuffed her romantic advances, and his investigation uncovers her family involved in a strange mystic world.

February 20, 1970: The King Of Denmark
Season 2, episode 20
W: Anthony Skene   D: Leo Penn

With Norma Crane (Lorraine Dancy), Louise Latham (Miss Digby), Noel Harrison (Steven Talbot), Joseph Cotten (Henry Worthington Rayner), Charles McGraw (Sheriff), Alan Vint (Buzz), Mark Allen (Hazelbrook), Jim Boles (Larkin), Margaret Leighton (Amelia Rayner).
While doing research on the American theater, Jeff Dillon talks to a famed Shakespearean expert and his wife. The newsman then learns that the expert is implicated with a young English girl reported missing.

February 27, 1970: The Skin Game
Season 2, episode 21

With Booker Bradshaw (Assagai Nakebe), Charles Drake (Jonathan Galley), James A. Watson Jr. (Security Guard), Hari Rhodes (Captain Adzuwe), Albert Popwell (Lt. Umando), Davis Roberts (Dr. Muladi), Sid McCoy (Dr. Kuwata), David Moses (Benningford), Paul Reid Roman (Joseph Mabota), Suzanne Pleshette (Amy Averlin), Rossano Brazzi (Karim Lazanos).
The police chief of an African nation asks Dan Farrell's help in investigating deaths caused by the illegal dilution of much-needed medical supplies.

March 6, 1970: Man Of The People
Season 2, episode 22
W: Elinor Karpf

With Regis Cordic (Committee Chairman), Gary Burghoff (Watson), Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. (Julio), Alan Carney (Johnson), Patricia Medina (Maria), Gene Evans (Morton), James Gregory (Wilson), Jackie Coogan (Harry Winslow), Fernando Lamas (Cesar Rodriguez), Vera Miles (Hilary Vanderman), Robert Alda (Salazar).
One of the magazine's women writers sets out to prove that the leader of a Mexican-American community is offering bribes to building inspectors to further his own gains. Publisher Howard suspects his writer may be pursuing the project because she was his one-time love interest.

March 20, 1970: Echo Of A Nightmare
Season 2, episode 23
W: Don Brinkley   D: John Newland

With Tom Drake (Harrison Brill), Michael Callan (Ronnie), Hoagy Carmichael (Willie Meeker), Andrew Prine (Victor Bailey), Ricardo Montalban (Martinez), Joanna Cameron (Carole Crown), Arthur Hill (Leo Crown).
A notorious kidnapper is released from prison and offers to tell Dan Farrell the facts of the crime, but his sudden death points to new suspects, one a police captain.

March 27, 1970: Jenny Wilde Is Drowning
Season 2, episode 24

With Murray MacLeod (Giles), Sherry Miles (Bambi), Shelly Novack (Mark), Pamela McMyler (Actress), Richard Lepore (Director), Dean Harens (Actor), Steve Sandor (Boots), Ann Prentiss (Leona), Pamela Franklin (Jenny Wilde), Gavin MacLeod (Lewie Franklin), Frank Gorshin (Billy Howell).
Jeff Dillion tries to prevent a young actress from taking her own life because she's a failure in Hollywood.

April 3, 1970: One Of The Girls In Research
Season 2, episode 25
W: Marion Hargrove

With George Chandler (Palmer), Rose Craig (Jill), Judi West (Barbara), Woodrow Parfrey (Dr. Malcolm), Sheree North (Mrs. Palmer), Will Geer (Mac), Stephen McNally (Tiner), Brenda Vaccaro (Sandy Graham).
Publisher Glenn Howard goes in search of an eccentric, publicity-shy industrialist who is trying to put him out of business because Howard is planning a cover story about him.

April 10, 1970: The Other Kind Of Spy
Season 2, episode 26
W: Chester Krumholz   D: Boris Sagal

With Robert Lipton (Bobbie Sudberry), Jeanette Nolan (Ethel Sudberry), Edward Andrews (Joe Strom), Charles Lampkin (Rubano), Herb Voland (Harvey), Shannon Farnon (Mrs. Haber), Sandy Kenyon (Goldstone), Shirley O'Hara (Mrs. McVey), Allison McKay (Mrs. Rosen), Richard Lepore (Dawson Sudberry), Joseph Campanella (Ben Fisher), Leslie Nielsen (David Bell), Ed Begley (Leo McVey).
Jeff Dillon uncovers a case of industrial espionage while he's investigating a mysterious explosion at a chemical plant. A noted scientist, working at the establishment, was on the verge of developing an anti-smog fuel.





September 18, 1970: So Long Baby, And Amen
Season 3, episode 1
W: Steven Bochco   D: Marvin Chomsky

With Laurie Prange (Katie Peterson), Harold J. Stone (Lt. Moeller), Dorothy Morris (Mother), Bill Quinn (Senator McMichaels), Sal Mineo (Wade Hillary), James Gregory (Senator Tucker), Julie Harris (Doc Harmon), Edward Andrews (Frank Merchant).
The series' third year begins with Dan Farrell being subpoenaed to testify at a Senate subcommittee hearing on narcotics and becoming involved in an effort to prevent a girl from ruining her life with drugs. Mark Miller joins the cast as attorney Ross Craig. Tonight's special guest is Presidential adviser Robert Finch playing himself in a news conference scene.

September 25, 1970: A Love To Remember
Season 3, episode 2
W: Dick Nelson   D: Nicholas Colasanto

With Tom Bosley (Charlie Reid), J.D. Cannon (Sam Walker), Joanna Moore (Emily), Darlene Conley (Redhead), Charles McGraw (Carmody), Ray Milland (Jonathan Booker), Lee Grant (Edie Booker).
At his college class reunion, publisher Glenn Howard meets a strange, attractive woman who tells him a crush she once had on him has ruined her life. When Howard attempts to learn more, her wealthy uncle blocks his efforts.

October 2, 1970: Cynthia Is Alive And Living In Avalon
Season 3, episode 3
W: Ben Masselink   D: Gene Levitt

With Tom Skerritt (Pete), Robert Culp (Paul Tyler), Barbara Feldon (Cynthia), Mickey Rooney (Les), Sam Edwards.
A reporter from People Magazine poses as a stick-up man to get a story about a fugitive heiress. She ran from police after hitting an officer with a picket sign during an anti-pollution demonstration in front of one of her father's plants.

October 9, 1970: Battle At Gannon's Bridge
Season 3, episode 4
D: Robert Day

With Percy Rodrigues (Paul Reston), Bobby Troup (Slip Sherman), Jan Murray (Doc Haller), Felton Perry (Checker), Jimmy Murphy (Pooch), Jaime Sanchez (Pinto), Jim Boles (Tim Tim), Michael Bow (Steve Karzak), Darren McGavin (Eddie Gannon), Keenan Wynn (Joe Williams), Joan Blondell (Miss Wall).
An ex-convict asks Dan Farrell to help him convince city officials that a rehabilitation center for prison parolees is not a detriment to the community.

October 16, 1970: The Enemy Before Us
Season 3, episode 5
W: Joseph Calvelli   D: Barry Shear

With Renee Tetro (Teresa), Lazaro Perez (Dante Perez), Katine Paxinou (Filomena), Martin Balsam (Angie), Richard Conte (Vito Scarpana).
Jeff Dillon returns to his boyhood neighborhood in New York City and discovers some disturbing facts about his stepbrother and his stepmother. Orson Welles guests and narrates passages from Thomas Wolfe's "You Can't Go Home Again".

October 23, 1970: The Time Is Now
Season 3, episode 6
W: Wanda Coleman   D: Nicholas Colasanto

With Dana Andrews (Marvin Taylor), Marlene Warfield (Sdhari), Max Julien (Mjoma), Chelsea Brown (Darlene), David Brien (Chancellor Archer), Roscoe Lee Browne (Dean Marshall), Georg Stanford Brown (Kalid), Jack Klugman (Captain Garrig), Yaphet Kotto (Wyman Jackson), William Windom (D.W.).
Publisher Howard investigates the death of a black college dean following an angry debate with a militant black student.

October 30, 1970: The War Merchants
Season 3, episode 7
W: William D. Gordon

With Art Lund (Major Morris), Paul Sorenson (Jake), Robert Wagner (Nick Freitas), Rosemary Forsyth (Jean Ulster), Frank Aletter (Bruks Meecham), Scott Brady (Ned Wellman).
Editor Farrell investigates the plane-crash death of an old friend and finds a weapons-smuggling operation.

November 6, 1970: Little Bear Died Running
Season 3, episode 8
W: Edward J. Lakso   D: Gene Levitt

With Dean Jagger (Senator Ellis), Robert Cornthwaite (Phil Ott), Sheila Sullivan (Jean Stone), Edgar Buchanan (Felson), Slim Pickens (Joe Cutter), Simon Oakland (Sheriff Haines), Steve Forrest (Hank Frazer), Robert Culp (Paul Tyler).
A People Magazine reporter goes to New Mexico to learn why an Indian took the life of his boyhood friend.

November 13, 1970: All The Old Familar Faces
Season 3, episode 9
W: Phil Hargrove   D: Seymour Robbie

With Anne Baxter (Louise Harris), Burgess Meredith (Garver), Lois Nettleton (Laura Garver), Frank Maxwell (Lieutenant), Michael Stearns (Peters), Michael Constantine (Johnson), Stephen McNally (James Andry).
When Howard's life is threatened he looks up four people whom he had once helped to expose or send to prison.

November 20, 1970: I Love You, Billy Baker (1)
Season 3, episode 10
W: Richard DeRoy   D: Barry Shear

With George Murdock (Dave), Nina Foch (Mrs. Fredericks), Janet MacLachlan (Roma), Peter Lawford (Himself), Bernie Hamilton (Jason), Redd Foxx (Himself), Frank Sinatra (Himself), Charo (Herself), Marilyn Michaels (Herself), Dionne Warwick (Herself), Joey Bishop (Himself), Ike Turner (Himself), Tina Turner (Herself), Tony Martin (Himself), Xavier Cugat (Himself), Norm Crosby (Himself), Jack Carter (Himself), Ray Charles (Himself), Sammy Davis Jr. (Billy Baker).
Dillon tries to learn the true character of a Las Vegas soul singer for an article.

November 27, 1970: I Love You, Billy Baker (2)
Season 3, episode 11
W: Richard DeRoy   D: Barry Shear

With Sammy Davis Jr. (Billy Baker), Janet MacLachlan (Roma), Bernie Hamilton (Jason Wald), Ray Charles, Jack Carter, Norm Crosby, Tina Turner, Dionne Warwick, Marilyn Michaels, Xavier Cugat, Joey Bishop, Tony Martin, Charo, Frank Sinatra, Peter Lawford.
Dillon tries to learn the true character of a Las Vegas soul singer for an article.

December 4, 1970: Why I Blew Up Dakota
Season 3, episode 12
W: Ken Trevey   D: John Newland

With Clu Gulager (Rex Dakota), Richard Van Vleet (Brian Cargill), Paul Stewart (Stan Rubin), Carolyn Jones (Lydia Mulholland), William Benedict (Delivery Man), Jill Banner (Ginger), Miguel Angel (Ralph Delgado), Robert Lipton (Billy Wizard), Jose Ferrer (Franklin Bristow), Roddy McDowall (Early McCorley).
Dan Farrell investigates the bizarre bombing death of an eccentric mod artist. A rival artist is arrested as the prime suspect, and a flamboyant criminal lawyer takes over his defense.

December 11, 1970: Aquarius Descending
Season 3, episode 13

With William Smithers (Dave Martin), Charles Macaulay (Carlson), James Oliver (Doughboy), Arthur Hill (Gerald Brighton), Ron Russell (Chuck), George Garro (Rodriguez), Ralph Story (Newsman), Wallace Chadwell (Chairman), Timothy Carey (Desert Rat), Hermione Gingold (Vivian Forsythe), Brenda Scott (Angela Dean), Michael Callan (Tommy Crail).
After Glenn Howard prints a critical cover story about a politically ambitious city councilman, the politician sets out to discredit Howard.

December 18, 1970: The Glory Shouter
Season 3, episode 14
D: Joseph Pevney

With Jackie Coogan (Connie Hart), William Shatner (Rev. Ronald Payden), Howard Duff (Wally Cook), Joe Flynn (Stu), Dina Merrill (Maggie Payden), Don Scardino (Chris Payden), Edward Binns (Dan Borden).
Dan Farrell looks into the financial affairs of a well-known evangelist, whom some consider a saint and others a con man. His wife was the first to suspect shady deadlings.

January 8, 1971: A Sister From Napoli
Season 3, episode 15
W: Allen Fields, Stanley Adams, George F. Slavin   D: Barry Shear

With Tom Ewell (DA Simpson), David Wayne (Emory Ward), Robert Emhardt (Creighton), William Lucking (Gruber), Robert C. Ross (Prison Guard), Sy Kramer (Cabbie), Errol Gardner (Cameo), Geraldine Page (Sister Lucia), Shepperd Strudwick (Dr. Witherton), Peter Falk (Lewis Corbett), Kurt Kasznar (Alfredo), Angel Tompkins (Vickie Ward).
A reporter investigates charges that a district attorney about to be appointed to a judgeship is unfit for office.

January 15, 1971: L.A. 2017
Season 3, episode 16
W: Philip Wylie   D: Steven Spielberg

With Sharon Farrell (Sandrelle), Severn Darden (Cameron), Paul Stewart (Dr. Rubas), Regis Cordic (Chairman), Louise Latham (Helen), Geoffrey Lewis (Bates), Jason Wingreen (Hammond), Michael C. Gwynne (Dr. Parker), Stuart Nisbet (Dr. Simmons), Gloria Manon (Dr. Arnold), Phil Montgomery (Keeger), Alicia Bond (Dr. Barton).
Glenn Howard is knocked unconscious when his car crashes, setting the stage for a dream sequence in which he envisions an ecological nightmare about what Los Angeles and the rest of America may be like in less than 50 years.

January 29, 1971: The Man Who Killed A Ghost
Season 3, episode 17

With Lurene Tuttle (Highwater Annie), Ted Eccles (James Catlin Jr.), Jack Soo (Sgt. George Kwan), William Bryant (Fry Cook), David Hartman (Norval Bates), Alfred Ryder (Rolf LeBreque), Robert Wagner (David Corey), Kim Stanley (Veta Marie Goss), Janet Leigh (Glory Bates), Lex Barker (Will Cheyenne).
While researching a story on food franchise operations, reporter Dave Corey discovers that a famous cowboy actor was somethng less than advertised.

February 5, 1971: Seek And Destroy
Season 3, episode 18
D: Robert Day

With John McGiver (Walt Terry), Tom Bosley (Tait), Forrest Tucker (Ed Walsh), Douglas Fowley (Haskell), Ben Wright (Dr. Bard), Mary Jackson (Mrs. White), Walker Edmiston (Motel Clerk), Susan Oliver (Dr. Cook), Leif Erickson (Grant King), John Vernon (Embers), Kathleen Nolan (Laurie Reid).
Dan Farrell tries to find out why a noted scientist has died mysteriously, but when he visits a company town he gets no cooperation.

February 12, 1971: A Capitol Affair
Season 3, episode 19
W: Richard DeRoy   D: Marvin Chomsky

With Leon Ames (Diedrick), Mercedes McCambridge (Veronica Stuart), Lucy Saroyan (Jane), Don Brodie (Chauffeur), Linda Towne (Phyllis Chasen), Larry Hagman (Dean Chasen), Suzanne Pleshette (Hallie Manville), Monte Markham (Charlie Miller).
Publisher Howard assigns a woman reporter to write a story about a misguided Washington gossip columnist who is trying to destroy the career of a promising government official.

February 19, 1971: The Savage Eye
Season 3, episode 20
W: Leon Tokatyan   D: Leo Penn

With Pete Deuel (Ted Sands), Marianna Hill (Tracy), Jim Hutton (Mike), Robert Foulk (Sheriff), Kelly Thordsen (Foreman), John Randolph (Chapman), Geoffrey Deuel (Zemmo).
Dan Farrell looks into the Howard Publications-sponsored filming of an ecology documentary that has sparked trouble in the lumber country.

February 26, 1971: Appointment In Palermo
Season 3, episode 21
W: Joseph Calvelli   D: Ben Gazzara

With Harry Guardino (Dr. Garbaldi), Joe De Santis (Don Ignazio), Brenda Vaccaro (Gemma), John Marley (Don Bruno), Gabriel Dell (Rocco Amato), Paul Dubov (Luigi Bardi), Peggy Mondo (Filomena), Than Wyenn (Don Vito), David Mauro (Cop).
Glenn Howard goes to Italy to write a feature and discovers himself the unwilling central figure in a feud between two Sicilian families.

March 5, 1971: Beware Of The Watchdog
Season 3, episode 22
W: Jack Turley   D: Marvin Chomsky

With Pernell Roberts (Ernie Subich), Ed Flanders (Lazlo Subich), Diana Muldaur (Terry Lanson), Nancy Olson (Ann Latham), Richard Kiley (Arlen McKittrick), Byron Mabe (Pete), James B. Sikking (Police Lieutenant).
Dan Farrell sets out to learn why the life of a dedicated consumer protection advocate is being threatened. He was investigating the seafood processing industry.

March 12, 1971: The Broken Puzzle
Season 3, episode 23

With Mark Miller (Watts), Alex Dreier (Jess Leighton), Chuck Connors (Governor Brill), Charles Aidman (Dr. Dryden), Pat Crowley (Christy Landon).
Glenn Howard suffers temporary amnesia after a mysterious plane crash while investigating a corrupt governor. He has trouble remembering what happened to him during the two days following the crash, and revisits the crash site with one of the governor's assistants to piece together what happened.

March 19, 1971: The Showdown
Season 3, episode 24
W: Dick Nelson   D: Daniel Petrie

With Jack Albertson (Augustus Kramer), Jessica Walter (Rita / Allie), Albert Salmi (Luke Haloran / Warren ), Warren Oates (Lew Weatherford / John ), Jack Garner (Gordon / Logan Manning), Ron Turbeville (Barney / Pat Manning), Eve Bruce (Belle).
Publisher Glenn Howard becomes involved with a woman author who has written a book about a famous gunfight in the old West. Through flashbacks, Howard relives the role of a gambler who is gunned down by the local marshal. (Last show of the series.)


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