CTVA US Crime - "Barnaby Jones" (Quinn Martin/CBS) Season 2 (1973-74)

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Starring Buddy Ebsen
Season 2 (CBS) (1973-74)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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CBS Sundays 9:30-10:30pm Eastern (24 episodes)
Produced by Philip Saltzman

2.01 [014] Barnaby Jones: BLIND TERROR
prod. no. 9754 / (1973.09.16)
Written by Robert Malcolm Young, Directed by Walter Grauman, m. Billy Byers
Guest Cast:
Belinda J. Montgomery (Amy Partridge)
Christopher Stone (Eric Rome)
Dabney Coleman (Amy's Uncle Paul Cleveland)
Patricia Smith (Amy's Aunt Ellen Cleveland)
Peggy McCay (Mrs. Benedict)
Robert Doyle (Argus Selby)
Richard Bull (Mr. Strather).
With:
Stephen Coit (Doctor Mayhew)
Kathleen O'Malley (Mrs. Selby, Argus' Mother)
Cheryl Gormley (?)
Kathryn Janssen (?)
Jeff Ely (Boy Toddler).
Synopsis:
While watching something terrible happen to her room mate Michelle college student Amy steps back, falls
down the stairs and is left blind and cannot recall the events. In search for Michelle Barnaby talks to Amy,
who is plagued by a mysterious visitor.

2.02 [015] Barnaby Jones: DEATH LEAP
prod. no. 9752 / (1973.09.23)
Written by Ben Masselink, Directed by Seymour Robbie, m. Tom Scott
Guest Cast:
Tim O'Connor (Peter Harris, Lawyer)
Brooke Bundy (Miss Dorsey)
Ramon Bieri (Lt. Hager, LAPD)
Susan Howard (Sandra Harris)
Jonathan Lippe (Ed, 1st Diamond Robber)
Reta Shaw (Flo)
James McCallion (Eddie, Barnaby's Informer)
William Bramley (Mike at Gymnasium)
Ben Frank (Frank Tilton, 2nd Diamond Robber)
J. Duke Russo (Danny, Harris' Creditor).
With:
Edward Colmans (Jeweller)
Stuart Nisbet (Coroner Jim)
Jessica Rains (Harris' Secretary)
Nina Roman (Miss Temple at Van Hoff Gems)
Patrick Riley (?)
David Brandon (Don, Man at Film Showing)
Jerry Summers (Roy Hason).
Synopsis:
To get money for his gambling loans lawyer Peter Harris masterminds a gem robbery. To distract the police he
hires high-wire artist Roy Hason who pretends to jump from a roof in a suicide. When Roy unexpectedly falls
to death, his girl friend asks Barnaby for help.

2.03 [016] Barnaby Jones: ECHO OF A MURDER
prod. no. 9751 / (1973.09.30)
Written by Calvin Clements, Directed by Walter Grauman, m. Hugo Fiedhofer
Guest Cast:
Stefanie Powers (Sharon Renford/Claire Atkens)
Wayne Rogers (Gil Atkens)
Dan Travanti (Lon Stevens)
John Ragin (Walker, District Attorney)
Sandy Kenyon (Benjamin Wright, Witness)
Ross Elliott (Sheriff).
With:
Helen Kleeb (Miss Henley, Witness)
Irene Tedrow (Mrs. Ryan, Witness)
Bill Quinn (Judge)
Bill Erwin (Atken's Defense Counsel)
David Ankrum (Young Receptionist).
Synopsis:
Gil Atkens is accused of murdering his wife as several people saw him quarrel with Claire in a boat and striking
her with the oar when she fell into the water. Although Barnaby gets a film that proves Gil's innocence, he
discovers a clever insurance fraud.

2.04 [017] Barnaby Jones: DAY OF THE VIPER
prod. no. 9755 / (1973.10.07)
Written by Barry Oringer, Directed by Walter Grauman
Guest Cast:
Andrew Prine (Jim Howard /Jim Hague)
Katherine Justice (Liza Mills)
Vincent Van Patten (Kevin Mills)
Arch Johnson (Sheriff Les Sprague)
Ford Rainey (Andrew Mills)
Priscilla Morrill (Deborah Meadows, Librarian)
Read Morgan (Deputy Bailey).
Synopsis:
Liza Mills, a former student of Barnaby's, asks for help when her father is killed by a snake bite and the
suspicion falls on her adopted brother Kevin. Barnaby gains Kevin's confidence and finds out that Liza's
fiancé Jim Howard has something to hide.

2.05 [018] Barnaby Jones: TRIAL RUN FOR DEATH
prod. no. 9753 / (1973.10.14)
Written by Robert W. Lenski, Directed by Lawrence Dobkin
Guest Cast:
Clu Gulager (Mark Landy)
Margot Kidder (Lori Wright)
Anne Collings (Rita Landy)
Eddie Firestone (Mechanic Hammer)
Karl Swenson (Mr. Fowler)
Mark Roberts (Curt Fowler)
Len Wayland (Frank, Man at Scrap Yard).
With:
Paul Cavonis (Young Man Watering Hedge)
G.J. Mitchell (Mr. Ashton, Car Salesman)
Marguerite Ray (Secretary)
Glenn Robards (Mechanic Malcolm).
Synopsis:
Curt Fowler discovers his brother-in-law, race car champion Mark Landy, kissing Lori Wright. As he threatens
to tell his sister, Mark kills him and tries to fake a trial run accident. When Barnaby comes on to scene,
Lori wants to make profit from being a witness.

2.06 [019] Barnaby Jones: CATCH ME IF YOU CAN
prod. no. 9757 (1973.10.21)
Written by George Schenck, Directed by Walter Grauman
Guest Cast:
James Olson (Randall Stone)
Charles Knox Robinson (Gene Merrick)
Frank Maxwell (Eddie Wheelock)
Peter Mamakos (Kalizar, Greek Host)
Mary-Robin Redd (Stella, Stone's Landlady).
With:
Claudia Bryar (Mary Wheelock)
Mary Jackson (Hilda Forbes)
Eddie Ryder (Typewriter Dealer)
Byron Morrow (Police Lieutenant at Funeral)
William Beckley (Mr. Kenton, Photographer)
Jeane Byron (?)
Judith Morton (Girl at Computer Room)
Amy Fields (?)
Carleton Young (Minister at Funeral)
Tanya Lemani (Greek Girl Dancer).
Synopsis:
Shortly before discovering the identity of the long sought "Butterfly Killer" Eddie Wheelock commits suicide.
His friend and colleague Barnaby tries to prove it was murder. The killer leaves puzzling clues for Barnaby
including a Greek typewriter.

2.07 [020] Barnaby Jones: DIVORCE - MURDERER'S STYLE
prod. no. 9756 / (1973.10.28)
Written by Robert Heverly, Directed by Lawrence Dobkin, m. John Parker
Guest Cast;
Nina Foch (Eleanor DeRoche)
Glenn Corbett (Charley Cort)
Lynne Marta (Katherine Wilson)
Jenny Sullivan (Terry Mayberry)
Liam Sullivan (Laurence Whitley)
Claire Brennen (Linda Cort).
With:
Ron Pinkard (Parking Lot Attendant)
Art Lewis (Mr. Maybury)
Dallas Mitchell (Police Lieutenant)
Jim Boles (Man at Bowling Lockers)
Brendan Dillon (Butler at Oakridge Country Club)
David Manzy (?)
Maurice Hill (?)
Lucille Meredith (Inn Receptionist)
Bob Hoy (Lee Masters)
Ed Fury (Gardener at Corts')
Howard Curtis (?).
Synopsis:
Knowing his rich wife Linda wants to divorce him, Charley Cort hires Wilson to kill Linda on a parking lot,
while Charley shoots "the mugger" as an unwanted witness. Linda's aunt Mrs. DeRoche hires Barnaby to
investigate. Mrs. Wilson blackmails Charley.

2.08 [021] Barnaby Jones: THE DEADLY PRIZE
prod. no. 9758 / (1973.11.04)
Written by B.W. Sandefur, Directed by Michael Caffey
Guest Cast:
Madlyn Rhue (Myra Stayley)
George Maharis (Warren Davis)
Albert Salmi (Vincent Buccola)
James Luisi (Burt Logan)
Alfred Ryder (Mr. Granger)
Noam Pitlik (Man at Westland Engineering)
Val Avery (Andy Burns, Barnaby's Informer)
Joseph Perry (Mr. Fountain, Crane Operator)
Val de Vargas (Customs Officer With Dog)
Hank Brandt (Chuck Forrester)
James Hong (J.F. Chen, Antique Shop)
John J. Fox (Mr. Murphy)
George Sawaya (Roy Hollister).
Synopsis:
Hollister is killed in the harbour by the dropping load of a crane. Barnaby investigates for an insurance
company and uncovers the smuggling of a precious small emerald Buddha in a thermos, with one of Hollister's
associates trying to kill the two others.

2.09 [022] Barnaby Jones: STAND-IN FOR DEATH
prod. no. 9759 / (1973.11.11)
Written by Robert W. Lenski, Directed by Walter Grauman
Guest Cast:
Carl Betz (Marshall Briggs)
Lynda Day George (Ellie Briggs)
Stephen Brooks (Victor Dayton)
Barra Grant (Mrs. Morris, Denning's Sister?)
Arch Whiting (Gary Denning)
Sybil Scotford (Marie Hubble?).
With:
Barbara Brownell (Jackie?)
Shirley O'Hara (Emily, Briggs' Maid)
Colin Male (Brigg's Colleague?).
Synopsis:
Medic Marshall Briggs watches his wife Ellie leaving Gary Denning's boat. He kills the assumed rival and
fakes a boating accident. When Barnaby discovers that Ellie's lover is tennis teacher Victor and Marshall
wants to correct his mistake, he tries to help them.

2.10 [023] Barnaby Jones: THE BLACK ART OF DYING
prod. no. 9761 / (1973.11.25)
Written by Mark Weingart, Directed by Walter Grauman
Guest Cast:
Joanne Linville (Kay Rogers)
Fritz Weaver (Jason Mathews)
Robert Pine (Paul Colling)
Karen Machon (Kelly Barnes)
Walter Brooke (Byron Colling)
Jerry Lester (Chicky, Entertainer)
L.K. Krugman (Neighbor of Kelly Barnes).
With:
Maxine Stuart (Ida, Kay Rogers' Maid)
Ann Doran (Nurse Nora Randall)
Jason Wingreen (Eddie of Clarion Electronics)
Mavis Neal (Kay's Party Guest)
George Cooper (Kay's Party Guest).
Synopsis:
After meeting psychic Jason Matthews on Kay Rogers' party Byron Colling is killed in a strange car accident.
Byron's son hires Barnaby to investigate the cause. Kay hopes to find her child - kidnapped years ago -
but fraud Matthews only wants her money.

2.11 [024] Barnaby Jones: THE KILLING DEFENSE
prod. no. 9760 / (1973.12.02)
Written by Dick Nelson, Directed by Michael Caffey, m. John Elizalde
Guest Cast:
Leslie Nielsen (Edward Brendon)
Marj Dusay (Gail Anthony)
Linda Watkins (Mrs. Marcova)
Ted Hartley (Douglas Anthony)
Tony Monaco (Chris, Bellboy / Palm Springs).
With:
Francis de Sales (Receptionist / Palm Springs)
Larry McCormick (Reporter)
Katie O'Pace (Dodie Craig, Waitress / Palm Springs)
William Bryant (Sam Mason)
Sandra de Bruin (Brendon's Secretary)
Larry Mitchell (Policeman #2?)
Bob Minor (Policeman #1).
Synopsis:
As a defense counsel Edward Brendon clears Doug Anthony of stealing precious jewels. When Anthony digs out
the hidden jewellry he is shot by Brendon, who is assisted by Anthony's wife Gail. She gives him an alibi.
Barnaby has to recover the jewels for the owner.

2.12 [025] Barnaby Jones: FATAL FLIGHT
prod. no. 9762 / (1973.12.09)
Written by Calvin Clements, Directed by Michael Caffey
Guest Cast:
Richard Anderson (Frank Cassidy)
Pippa Scott (Janice Harley)
Murray Hamilton (Clete Belford)
Jerry Douglas (Bill Claymore)
Jerry Ayres (Dan Foley)
Joan Tompkins (Miss Wilson at Cove Gardens).
With:
Russ Conway (Mr. Drexal)
Eugene Peterson (Theodore Gordon)
Harry Basch (Man at Flight Control)
Byron Mabe (Man at Skydiving Club)
Susan Quick (Secretary)
Jimmy Hayes (?).
Synopsis:
Theodore Gordon is killed in a plane crash when trying to transport important documents for an international
company. Another member dies in a parachute jump. Barnaby finds out Gordon had a love affair. He sets a trap
by repeating the flight with the documents.

2.13 [026] Barnaby Jones: SECRET OF THE DUNES
prod. no. 9763 / (1973.12.16)
Written by B.W.Sandefur, Directed by Alf Kjellin. Second Unit Director: Carl Barth
Guest Cast:
Don Porter (Jeremy Markham)
Patrick O'Neal (Charles Manly Wheeling)
Robert Hogan (Lyle Casey)
Laraine Stephens (Sheila Windsor)
Frank Marth (Seaver)
John Carter (Lt. Biddle) (1st appearance)
Phillip Pine (Nicholas Michael Dunbar)
Eric Server (Benson, Grocer)
With:
Nancy Priddy (Dorothy Mason)
Lawrence Montaigne (Man Pursuing Barnaby)
Thom Carney (Bartender Freddie)
Todd Lookinland (Jimmy Mason).
Synopsis:
Going by motorcycle Mason witnesses the secret burial of a murdered girl in the dunes. He is chased to death
into an abyss by a helicopter. Barnaby, searching for Mason, traces wealthy Charles Manly Wheeling, whose
girl friend tried to force a marriage.

2.14 [027] Barnaby Jones: VENUS AS IN FLY TRAP
prod. no. 9764 / (1974.01.06)
Teleplay Robert Heverly, story Robert Heverly & Jackson Gillis, Directed by Corey Allen.
Guest Cast:
Ed Nelson (Larry Kinner)
Jessica Walter (Brooke Leighton)
Jack Ging (Dr. Thomas Reston)
Bettye Ackerman (Margery Kinner)
Robert F. Simon (Mr. Strand, Margery's Father)
Bonnie Ebsen [TV debut] (Brooke's Secretary at Editorial Office)
Olive Dunbar (Katherine, Kinners' Maid).
With:
Carol Lawson (Mrs. Nelson, Reston's Receptionist)
Lew Brown (?)
Carl Byrd (Medic at Paxton)
Mario Machado (Talk Show Host)
Don McGovern (?)
Joseph Mell (Veterinarian).
Synopsis:
After killing Margery, the disabled wife of her lover Larry, to accelerate a marriage Brooke is bitten by
the family's dog. Margery's father doubts a suicide and hires Barnaby. Brooke tries to hide the bite in
a cast, but Barnaby resorts to a ruse.

2.15 [028] Barnaby Jones: THE DEADLY JINX
prod. no. 9765 / (1974.01.13)
Written by Robert W. Lenski, Directed by Robert Douglas
Guest Cast:
Ida Lupino (Kathy Revere)
Meredith Baxter (Jenny Sutherland)
Christopher Connelly (Doug Wingate)
Mark Miller (Cal Medford, Lawyer)
Richard Evans (Buck, Mechanic)
Richard O'Brien (Sheriff)
Jim Gammon (Lester Watkins)
Joshua Bryant (Stan Porter)
Jana Bellan (Waitress #2)
Suzanne Cohane (Waitress #1)
Jerry Summers (Greg Larkin).
Synopsis:
After several boyfriends of rich orphaned Jenny Sutherland have been killed or crippled, the housekeeper
Kathy Revere asks Barnaby to investigate. Jenny believes she is a jinx, but Barnaby tries to find out
whether these were accidents or murder was involved.

2.16 [029] Barnaby Jones: THE PLATINUM CONNECTION
prod. no. 9766 / (1974.01.20)
Written by Calvin Clements, Directed by Seymour Robbie
Guest Cast:
Penny Fuller (Mary Dwayne)
Gary Lockwood (Mitch Mitchell)
Milton Selzer (Sam Benson)
John Lasell (Mr. Smith)
John Carter (Lt. Biddle)
Val Avery (Andy Burns)
June Dayton (Mrs. Andrews)
Dean Harens (Nate Turner)
Frank Christi (André Roget)
Bob Hastings (Bartender Al)
Herb Armstrong (George, Guest at Mitchell's).
Synopsis:
When platinum manufacturers Nate Turner and Mitch Mitchell fake a robbery to collect money from the
insurance company, Nate is killed by Mitch. Employee Mary Dwayne becomes witness of the fraud and
joins a Mr. Smith in blackmailing Mitch with a secret video tape.

2.17 [030] Barnaby Jones: PROGRAMMED FOR KILLING
prod. no. 9767 / (1974.01.27)
Written by B.W.Sandefur, Directed by Marc Daniels
Guest Cast:
Michael Burns (Brian Elder)
Don Stroud (Chuck Summers)
Donna Baccala (Emily Kelso)
Lou Frizzell (Mr. Downey)
John Kerr (Dr. Lincoln)
John Carter (Lt. Biddle)
Felice Orlandi (Mr. Griffith)
Don Keefer (Mr. Greening, Whitfield Real Estate)
Jenifer Shaw (Party Girl Alice?).
With:
Ginny Golden (Party Girl Torby ?)
Richard Yniguez (Jim García)
Arnold Turner (Parking Lot Attendant)
Paul Sorensen (Mac Kelso)
Dorian Schafer (Kelso's Secretary).
Synopsis:
Pretending to get the birthday present for Emily, Chuck leaves the restaurant and rings up Emily's father
at the company. By computer he activates a gear that kills the man. Barnaby investigates, meets young
genius Brian and learns about "Charlie", the computer.

2.18 [031] Barnaby Jones: A GOLD RECORD FOR MURDER
prod. no. 9768 / (1974.02.10)
Written by Larry Brody, Directed by George McCowan
Guest Cast:
Marjoe Gortner (David Colton)
Meg Foster (Glenda)
Jason Evers (Gil Turner)
Arthur Franz (Morgan Walding, Ray's Father)
Doreen Lang (Mrs. Walding)
Lenore Kasdorf (Paula)
Jill Jaress (Turner's Secretary).
With:
Michael Zaslow (Raymond Walding)
Charles Isen (Coroner Dr. Mayhill)
Ian Sander (?)
George McDaniel (?)
Janear Hines (Saleswoman at Leather Goods Shop)
Ben Marino (?)
Garett Marsh (?).
Synopsis:
When his 'ghost writer' Ray wants the proper credit for his songs, rock star David Colton kills him with
a drug overdose. David tries to get rid of his manager Gil, who knows about Ray's songs. Barnaby, hired
by Ray's parents, finds out about David's secret.

2.19 [032] Barnaby Jones: FRIENDS TILL DEATH
prod. no. 9769 / (1974.02.17)
Written by Robert Heverly, Directed by Russ Mayberry
Guest Cast:
Susan Oliver (Karen Macklin)
Ross Martin (Maxwell Imry)
Scott Marlowe (Vincent Talbot)
Fred Sadoff (Jerry)
John Carter (Lt. Biddle)
Gail Strickland (Susan Taylor).
With:
Peter Brocco (Harry Hamlin)
Charles Isen (Coroner Dr. Mayhill)
Walker Edmiston (Man Selling Keys?)
Artie Spain (Hobo)
Mark Allen (Man at Meat Lockers Rental)
Tom Geas (Calvin)
Synopsis:
Betty becomes Barnaby's new client when Susan, her college friend, mysteriously falls to death after trying
to seek his help. Barnaby finds the key for a locker filled with heroin and Betty has to cope with the fact
that Karen, another friend, smuggled the drugs.

2.20 [033] Barnaby Jones: RENDEZVOUS WITH TERROR
prod. no. 9770 / (1974.02.24)
Written by Calvin Clements, Directed by Seymour Robbie
Guest Cast:
Gilbert Roland (Juan DeVarga )
Cal Bellini (John Revez / Javier)
Joe Santos (Balazar)
Carmen Zapata (Mrs. Revez)
Frank Ramírez (García)
Annette Cardona (Angela)
Carlos Romero (Jarras).
With:
George Cervera, Jr. (Revez' Doorkeeper?)
Ernest Sarracino (?)
Roberto Rodriguez (?)
Thomas Rosales, Jr. (?)
George Cano (?)
Sam Vlahos (?).
Synopsis:
Juan DeVarga, a terminally ill Latin American leader, wants Barnaby to locate his son John Revez as he
needs an heir. Barnaby finds out that Revez is also Javier, leader of a terrorist group opposing DeVarga.
Jones arranges a meeting, but there is a traitor.

2.21 [034] Barnaby Jones: DARK LEGACY
prod. no. 9771 / (1974.03.03)
Written by Robert W. Lenski, Directed by Gene Nelson
Guest Cast;
Eileen Heckart (Virginia Lennox / "Steele")
David Wayne (Raymond Lennox / "Steele")
Nick Nolte (Paul Barringer)
Paul Fix (Amos Barringer)
Barbara Stanger (Marilyn Barringer)
Mark Goddard (Frank Halliday)
John Carter (Lt. Biddle).
With:
Bill Zuckert (Guard at Whitman Building)
Meg Wyllie (Amos Barringer's Housekeeper)
Roy Engel (Salesman at Fishing Gear Store)
Laurence Haddon (Man Requesting Frank's Service)
Hal Riddle (Motel Manager).
Synopsis:
During his honeymoon Paul Barringer falls to death from a cliff. Barnaby investigates for his widow Marilyn
and finds out that there is one heir who wants to inherit the Barringer family fortune, killing the others.
Marilyn waived, but learns she is pregnant.

2.22 [035] Barnaby Jones: WOMAN IN THE SHADOWS
prod. no. 9772 / (1974.03.10)
Written by B.W. Sandefur, Directed by Walter Doniger
Guest Cast:
John Vernon (Dr. Hank Danvers)
Susan Clark (Karen Maybury /"Leila Evanston")
Roger Perry (John Evanston)
Linden Chiles (James Colin)
John Carter (Lt. Biddle)
Angus Duncan (?)
Jamie Farr (Man at Scrap Yard)
Nora Marlowe (Dougherty, Maid)
Kenneth O'Brien (?)
Adrienne Marden (Nurse Downs)
Kathleen Hughes (Rita, Hairdresser(Mechanic Malcolm))
Dorian Schafer (?).
Synopsis:
When Leila Evanston dies after a plastic surgery following a serious car accident doctor Danvers talks his
mistress Karen into posing as Leila in order to save his career. While Mr. Evanston doesn't notice the change,
Leila's lover does and blackmails her.

2.23 [036] Barnaby Jones: IMAGE IN A CRACKED MIRROR
prod. no. 9773 / (1974.03.24)
Written by Gerald Sanford, Directed by William Hale
Guest Cast:
Mariette Hartley (Vanessa Stevenson/Kohlmeyer)
Bradford Dillman (Charles Kohlmeyer/Stanley Rickland)
Patty McCormack (Angie McClaine)
Joel Fabiani (Dr. David Bellman)
Teri Garr (Actress)
Quinn Redeker (Jeffrey Allen McClaine)
Claudette Nevins (Lisa Howard)
William Sargent (Charles' Friend/ Best Man).
With:
John Zaremba (Mr. Stevenson, Vanessa's Father)
Dean Santoro (Photographer)
Sarah Fankboner (?)
Milt Oberman (?)
Kate Hawley (Kohlmeyer's Nurse/ Receptionist)
Cal Haynes (?)
Gail Bonney (Kohlmeyer's Maid?)
Todd Shelhorse (?).
Synopsis:
Angie McClaine hires Barnaby to find her husband, who has disappeared and in reality is a marriage impostor
that takes the identities of successful men. He marries rich Vanessa and poses as a doctor. Two people who
try to unmask him are killed.

2.24 [037] Barnaby Jones: FOUL PLAY
prod. no. 9774 / (1974.03.31)
Teleplay Calvin Clements, story Larry Brody, Directed by Walter Grauman
Guest Cast:
Andrew Duggan (Bill Sanderson)
Reni Santoni (Tony Santos)
Victor Holchak (Frank Hampton)
George DiCenzo (Cy Lando)
Patricia Hindy (Mrs. Bailey)
John Carter (Lt. Biddle)
Frank Whiteman (Alan Bailey).
With:
Charlene Holt (Sanderson's Secretary)
Hal Smith (?)
Don Megowan (?)
Sidney Clute (Bartender /Oak Room)
George Reynolds (?).
Synopsis:
Sanderson, the manager of a basketball team, kills the brother-in-law of his star player Frank Hampton,
when he is blackmailed due to Frank's foul play. Sanderson also kills Tony, an unwanted witness. But the
blackmailing continues and Sanderson's team loses again.

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