CTVA US Crime - "Barnaby Jones" (Quinn Martin/CBS) Season 1 (Early 1973)

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Starring Buddy Ebsen
Season 1 (CBS) (Early 1973)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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############### Barnaby Jones ################
############# Season 1 1972-73 ###############
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CBS Sundays (13 episodes)
Produced by Gene Levitt

1.1 [--] Barnaby Jones: REQUIEM FOR A SON (pilot episode)
prod. no. 9701 / 28Jan73
Teleplay: Edward Hume, story: Adrian Samish, Directed by Walter Grauman, m. Jerry Goldsmith
Guest Stars:
Bradford Dillman (Terry McCormack)
Robert Hogan (Reed Carpenter)
Keith Charles (Marshall Eaton)
Robert Patten (Hal Jones)
Mary Jackson (Karen's Landlady).
Special Guest Star:
William Conrad ................ Frank Cannon
With:
Erica Hagen (Donna)
Dan Barton (Doctor)
Patrick Culliton (Russell, Reporter)
Richard A. Washington (McCormack's Spokesman).
Synopsis:
After his private detective son Hal Jones is shot, retired Barnaby Jones decides to solve the murder
with the help of Frank Cannon. They find out that Hal was working for Terry McCormack, who seeks a
career in politics but is blackmailed now.

1.2 [--] Barnaby Jones: TO CATCH A DEAD MAN
prod. no. 9702 / (1973.02.04)
Written by Ben Masselink, Directed by William Hale, m. Jeff Alexander
Guest Cast:
William Shatner (Phil A. Carlyle/ Fred Williams)
Janice Rule (Diane Stewart)
Darleen Carr (Julie Barton)
Victoria Shaw (Dorothy Carlyle)
James McCallion (David Dodge)
Anne Randall (Billie Thompson)
Charles Cyphers (Mike Hartney).
With:
Eldon Quick (Veterinarian at Pet Land)
David Ankrum (Dodge's Grandson)
Jack Grapes (?)
Damu King (Painter)
Stuart Nisbet (Adams, Bank Manager)
Erena Radich (Bank Clerk?)
Matt Pelto (?)
Sharon Johansen (Blond Waitress?)
Pat O'Hara (Carlyle's Butler).
Synopsis:
Wealthy married Philip Carlyle persuades unwitting Mike Hartney to sail his cabin cruiser with a time bomb
aboard. After the explosion Phil is believed to be dead and can begin a new life with his mistress Diane.
Julie hires Barnaby to search for her friend Mike.

1.3 [--] Barnaby Jones: SUNDAY: DOOMSDAY
prod. no. 9705 / (1973.02.25)
Written by Mort Fine & David Friedkin, Directed by Michael Caffey
Guest Cast:
Gary Lockwood (Howard Lee)
Corinne Camacho (Bonnie Lee, Howard's Ex- wife)
Vince Howard (Lt. Joe Taylor)
Jeff Donnell (Janet Gossett, Roger's Wife)
Lynn Hamilton (Laura Padget, Hairdresser)
Mia Bendixsen (Chris Lee, Howard's Daughter)
Conlan Carter (Roger Gossett, Draftsman)
With:
Susan Davis (?)
Sarah Fankboner (?)
Jon Cedar (Danny Gernreich)
Tom Palmer (Salesman at Arms Store)
Barbara George (Woman #1 on Playground)
Jennifer Rhodes (?)
Ted Lehmann (Bartender)
Stephanie Mann (?)
Michael Masters (Postman).
Synopsis:
Just released Howard Lee meditates revenge on Barnaby Jones who put him into prison. He sends a funeral wreath,
predicts Barnaby's death on Sunday and is constantly watching him. When Betty finally finds out who threatens
Barnaby she falls into Lee's hands.

1.4 [--] Barnaby Jones: THE MURDERING CLASS
prod. no. 9704 / (1973.03.04)
Written by Robert Sherman, Directed by Ralph Senensky, m. Duane Tatro
Guest Cast:
Geraldine Brooks (Janet Enright, Principal)
Jerry Houser (Paul Thayer)
Andrew Parks (Charles Lomax)
Booth Colman (Victor Sterne)
David Moses (Ron Fannon, Tennis Teacher)
James Daughton (Willie Grand)
John Carter (George Enright).
With:
Hank Brandt (Lt. Ross)
John Graham (?)
Charles Waggenheim (?)
Christopher Man (?)
Chad States (?)
Rory O'Brien (?)
Buff Secor (?).
Synopsis:
When caught stealing exam questions Paul accidentally kills George Enright. His friend Charles Lomax makes it
look like a drunken George stole money and fell to death. When Barnaby is hired to investigate, Charles drops
false clues that point to Ron Fannon.

1.5 [--] Barnaby Jones: PERCHANCE TO KILL
prod. no. 9706 / (1973.03.11)
Written by Robert Dennis, Directed by Walter Grauman
Guest Cast:
Sharon Acker (Gail Bloom)
Eric Braeden (Steven Kingston)
Jamie Smith- Jackson (Christie Sanders)
Richard Hatch (Eric Garvin)
Barbara Stuart (Winnie Harback)
Nancy Wickwire (Mrs. Sanders, Christie's Mother)
Frank Maxwell (Lt. Wilbur Keough)
Mark Roberts (Tony Bloom)
Richard Bull (J.I. Fletcher)
Ross Elliott (Dr. Dean Sanders).
With:
Allen Emerson (?)
Pepe Callahan (Ames)
Lavelle Roby (Marilyn, Detective?)
Jim Andronica (?)
Jean Le Bouvier (?)
Bob Golden (Police Officer)
Michael Miller (?).
Synopsis:
Tony Bloom accuses his associate Steve Kingston of a theft and of having an affair with his wife. Steve kills
Tony pretending an assault by two hippies. Barnaby is hired to find Christie and her hippy friend Eric who
will be arrested under suspicion of murder.

1.6 [--] Barnaby Jones: THE LOOSE CONNECTION
prod. no. 9707 / (1973.03.18)
Written by Edward J. Lakso, Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
Guest Cast:
Nico Minardos (Raul Felipe)
Lloyd Bochner (John Stevens)
Christine Belford (Eleanor Devers/Laura Tennace)
Michael Blodgett (Kirk)
Richard X. Slattery (Wayne Walters)
Ben Hammer (Henry Cole).
With:
Ted Gehring (Eddie Mason)
Thom Carney (Border Official #2)
George Cooper (Thomas Devers alias Harvey Conwell)
Don Ross (Border Official #1)
Claudio Miranda (Mexican at Fishing Pier)
Grant Owens (?)
Brian Wood (?)
Patrick Culliton (Pete Downs, Mechanic)
Paul Ryan (?)
Eric Butler (?).
Synopsis:
Barnaby travels to Baja California with Eleanor to find her father. Way back his car is damaged in an accident.
Unwittingly he has been used as heroin courier. He calls Eleanor to account and they let themselves in for
a dangerous gamble with the dope pushers.

1.7 [--] Barnaby Jones: MURDER IN THE DOLLS HOUSE
prod. no. 9708 / (1973.03.25)
Written by Ben Masselink, Directed by Lawrence Dobkin
Guest Cast:
Anne Francis (Miriam Woodridge)
Jack Cassidy (Craig Woodridge)
Estelle Winwood (Craig's Aunt Anita)
Cathy Lee Crosby (Nancy Erdmore)
Whit Bissell (Roy Bantry)
Phillip Pine (Jay Randall, Publisher).
With:
Richard Derr (Harry Doyle)
William Swan (Receptionist at Los Reyes Inn).
Synopsis:
While working on a revealing book Harry Doyle is killed Looking for the missing writer and his manuscript
Barnaby meets Harry's friend Nancy. Finally he spots the missing pages in the doll's house of Craig Woodridge's
aunt. Does Craig have a shady past?

1.8 [--] Barnaby Jones: SING A SONG OF MURDER
prod. no. 9709 (1973.04.01)
Written by Martin Roth & Lou Shaw, Directed by Virgil W. Vogel, Original Song by Andy Kim
Guest Cast:
Jackie Coogan (Phil Rooney)
Arlene Golonka (Sue Paige)
Heidi Vaughn (Gloria Vickers)
Jonathan Lippe ("Mr. Smith")
Paul Lambert (Earl Samson)
Judy Strangis (April Dayton)
Dan Tobin (Karl Ludwig)
Andy Kim (Rick Michaels).
With:
Michael DeLano (Man Repairing Pool)
Paul Sorensen (Gardener at Rick Michaels)
J.H. Lawrence (Perry, Samson's Secretary?)
David Brandon (Salesman)
Jim Driskill (Police Officer)
Don Fenwick (?)
Ruben Moreno (Lt. Valdez?).
Synopsis:
When rock music star Rick Michaels accidentally falls into his empty pool his girl friend April thinks he is dead.
Rick's managers Rooney und Paige believe the same and fearing for their salary they feign a kidnapping. Barnaby
searches for April, who disappeared.

1.9 [--] Barnaby Jones: SEE SOME EVIL ... DO SOME EVIL
prod. no. 9710 (1973.04.08)
Written by George F. Slavin, Directed by Lawrence Dobkin
Guest Cast:
Marlyn Mason (Ginny Lind, Singer)
Roddy McDowall (Stanley Lambert)
Reni Santoni (Chip Rawlins)
Patricia Donahue (Ruth Warren)
Don Dubbins (Emory Brandon)
Vince Howard (Lt. Joe Taylor).
With:
Beverly Powers (Gloria, Waitress)
Mark Dana (?)
Morgan Farley (Minister at Funeral)
Ian Abercrombie (?)
Larry Wilde (?)
Gene Benton (?)
Ed Fury (?)
Michael Palmer (?).
Synopsis:
Harry Warren is shot by Stanley Lambert, the seemingly blind pianist at "The Offside" club. Barnaby finds out
that larger amounts from Warren's account did not go to his mistress Jenny. He tries to expose Stanley as a
person with eyesight and a blackmailer.

1.10 [--] Barnaby Jones: MURDER-GO-ROUND
prod. no. 9703 / (1973.04.15)
Written by Steve Fisher, Directed by Marc Daniels, m. Duane Tatro
Guest Cast:
Claude Akins (Eli Rile)
Neva Patterson (Bea Johnson)
Lou Frizzell (John Flory)
Dabbs Greer (Andy Spake)
James Luisi (Nick Gorman)
Geoffrey Lewis (Sheriff Otis Dale)
Jay Written by MacIntosh (Helena Gorman).
With:
Richard Yniguez (Sgt. J.J. Stoner)
Florida Friebus (Molly McMurty)
James Duffy (?)
John Taylor (?)
Stephen Liss (?).
Synopsis:
Nick Gorman, who tries in vain to meet Johnny Arthur, is killed in a hit-and-run accident. Barnaby poses as
a man on a fishing trip to investigate. The townspeople Flory, Johnson, Spake and Rile draw lots on who should
kill Barnaby. They all acquired sudden wealth.

1.11 [--] Barnaby Jones: TO DENISE, WITH LOVE AND MURDER
prod. no. 9711 (1973.04.22)
Written by Robert C. Dennis, Directed by Ralph Senensky
Guest Cast:
Bill Bixby (Alex Chandler)
Louise Troy (Hazel Turlock-Chandler)
Nora Marlowe (Martha Durant, Housekeeper)
Claudia Jenning (Denise Frazer)
Jill Jaress (Sherry)
Vince Howard (Lt. Joe Taylor).
With:
William Lanteau (Charles Turlock)
Jack Manning (?)
Daniel M. White (?)
Paul Bryar (Mr. Jannett)
John Ward (Alex Chandler's Lawyer)
Tom Stewart (Detective).
Synopsis:
Alex Chandler kills his mistress Denise during a quarrel, because she talked to his rich wife Hazel hoping to
encourage a divorce. A disappointed Hazel leaves home and as she does not return her brother hires Barnaby to
find out whether Alex murdered Hazel.

1.12 [--] Barnaby Jones: A LITTLE GLORY, A LITTLE DEATH
prod. no. 9712 / (1973.04.29)
Written by Shirl Hendryx, Directed by Robert Day
Guest Cast:
Barry Sullivan (Jason Craig)
Meg Foster (Doris Talbot)
Alex Henteloff (Harry March)
Carol Ohmart (Gloria Colby / Elly Hansen).
With:
Byron Morrow (Dr. Reynold's, Barnaby's Doctor)
Jeffrey Lynn (?)
Brendan Dillon (Jason Craig's Butler)
Bill Erwin (Customs Officer at Airport)
Don Ross (Manager at Gloria's Apartment)
Mark Thomas (Corby Lyons)
Irene Gilbert (Saleswoman at Importer's Emporium)
Luanne Roberts (?)
Sandra de Bruin (Jason's Party Guest Fay?)
Jan Watson (?)
Don Torres (?).
Synopsis:
Gloria overhears ageing movie star Jason Craig's involvement in drug smuggling. Her blackmail threat leads to
her death and Jason pushes her car over a cliff. Her daughter Doris hires Barnaby, who is put out of action.
Jones tells Doris to disguise as Gloria.

1.13 [--] Barnaby Jones: TWENTY MILLION ALIBIS
prod. no. 9713 / (1973.05.06)
Written by Robert Hamner, Directed by Michael Caffey
Guest Cast:
Peter Haskell (Tony Neill)
Bert Freed (Pol. Det. Captain Ben Wyatt)
Gary Owens (Gary Michaels, TV Host)
Susanne Hildur (Angela Channing)
Marie Windsor (Carole Morrison)
Robert H. Harris (Samuel Koessel).
With:
Michael Laurence (Bill, TV Show Announcer)
Ben Wright (Mr. Jason, Mrs. Morrison's Butler)
Charles Isen (Studio Technician at KBEX)
John Gruber (?)
Ed Marino (?).
Synopsis:
During a TV talk show presenting his memoirs former jewel thief Tony Neill plans to steal a diamond necklace
unnoticed during a break. He succeeds, but kills the butler. Barnaby is hired by an insurance company to find
jewellry and asks Neill for advice.

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