CTVA US Crime - "Cagney And Lacey" (Orion/CBS) Season 2 (1982-83)

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Starring Tyne Daly & Sharon Gless
Season 2 (CBS) (1982-83)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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references:
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############# Cagney and Lacey ###############
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CBS Mondays, 9-10PM (22 episodes)
A Mace Neufeld Production in association with Orion Television
Executive in Charge of Production Stan Neufeld
Produced by April Smith, Joseph Stern (2.01-2.07)
Produced by April Smith (2.08-2.13)
Produced by Terry Louise Fisher, Steve Brown (2.14-2.22)

Opening Sequence:
Starring
Tyne Daly (left-low) Sharon Gless (right-high)
also starring
Al Waxman
Carl Lumbly
Martin Kove
Sidney Clute

and
John Karlen as Harvey


2.01 [007] Cagney and Lacey: WITNESS TO AN INCIDENT
(Enter Sharon Gless replacing Meg Foster)
Prod. no. 635-105
25Oct82
Supervising Producer Richard M. Rosenbloom (over theme tune)
Executive Story Consultant Robert Crais, Frank Abatemarco
Produced by April Smith, Joseph Stern
Teleplay by Paul L. Ehrmann, April Smith, Robert Crais, Jeffery Lane, Frank Abatemarco
Story by Paul L. Ehrmann
Directed by Alexander Singer
music composed by Miles Goodman
Director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa
film editor: Bill Brame
*
End Credits:
Executive Story Consultant: Barbara Corday
Story Editor: Jeffrey Kane
Associate Producer Eda Godel Hallinan (on end)
Also Starring: (end credits)
Troy Slaten, Tony La Torre (recurring)
Guest Stars:
Sam Weisman .......... Greg Oliver
Paul Lieber .......... Willie Cahn
Jason Bernard ........ Det. Inspector Mrquette
Co-Starring:
Ken Danziger ......... Desk Officer
Lew Palter ........... Bob Fisher
Jason Ronard ......... Panther
Harvey Atkin ......... Desk Sergeant (recurring)
Wolf Muser ........... Gunnar
Gloria Gifford ....... Mara
Ron Vernan ........... Milt Burns
William Bronder ...... Oscar Hyken
and:
Stephen Bogardus ..... Jerry Mead
Featuring:
Dino Shorte, John Medici, Cameron Dye,
and:
Milt Kogan .......... Hauser
Synopsis:
One of the uniforms accidentally kills a civilian, mistaking him for a perp. C&L both see it, but they have very
different recollections of the event. Marquette and Samuels pressure Lacey to agree with Cagney, but you know how
stubborn she is. The bad guy is a crewman on a foreign ship, and it ends with a chase on the ship.

2.02 [008] Cagney and Lacey: ONE OF OUR OWN
Prod. no. 635-101
1Nov82
Supervising Producer Richard M. Rosenbloom (over theme tune)
Executive Story Consultant Robert Crais/ Frank Abatemarco
Produced by April Smith/ Joseph Stern
Written by Robert Crais & April Smith
Directed by Reza Badiyi
*
End Credits:
Executive Story Consultant: Barbara Corday
Story Editor: Jeffrey Kane
Associate Producer Eda Godel Hallinan
Also Starring:
Troy Slaten .... Michael Lacey (recurring)
Tony La Torre . Harvey Lacey, Jr.(recurring)
Guest Starring:
Alan Fudge ............ Peter Caswell
Greg Monaghan ......... Joe Manelli
George Loros .......... Arnold Cream
Michael Gazzo ......... Dino Lampella
Bert Remsen ........... Deputy Chief
Co-Starring:
Martin Garner ......... Mankowitz
Estelle Omens ......... Louella
Catherine Wolf ........ Tricia Caswell
Sab Shimono ........... Cunningham
Catherine Paolene ..... Evelyn Manelli
And:
Brian Robbins ......... Romeo Lampella
Featuring:
Helen Infield Siff, Carol Infield Sender, Leo Nefusi
Amir Bahador
and:
Catherine Schreiber ... Shelley
*
music composed by Dana Kaproff
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa
film editor: Bill Brame.
Synopsis:
A uniform is shot in a restaurant. The assumption is that the cop was shot because he knew too much, but it was actually
mistaken identity. The B story is that the precinct is going to field a softball team. Of course, Cagney wants to play
and drags Lacey along. Isbecki is the captain and tries to keep them out.

2.03 [009] Cagney and Lacey: BEAUTY BURGLARS
Prod. no. 635-102
8Nov82
Supervising Producer Richard M. Rosenbloom (over theme tune)
Executive Story Consultant Robert Crais/ Frank Abatemarco
Produced by April Smith/ Joseph Stern
Teleplay by April Smith & Robert Crais
Story by Patt Shea & Harriett Weiss
Directed by Ray Danton
*
End Credits:
Executive Story Consultant: Barbara Corday
Story Editor: Jeffrey Kane
Associate Producer Eda Godel Hallinan
Also Starring:
Troy Slaten .... Michael Lacey (recurring)
Tony La Torre .. Harvey Lacey, Jr.(recurring)
Guest Starring:
Christine Belford ....... Theresa
Barbara Cason ........... Elizabeth Moran
Henry Polic II .......... Francois
Dennis Patrick .......... Gentleman
Co-Starring:
Anne Seymour ............ Ethel
Jason Bernard ........... Det. Inspector Marquette
Harvey Atkin ............ Desk Sergeant (recurring)
James Arone ............. Cop #1
Robert Pastorelli ....... Cop #2
Charles Parks ........... Ronald Walker
Larry Gellman ........... Bill
Featuring:
Mary Armstrong, Josie Over, Larry Marko, Aileen Fitzpatrick,
Burt Edwards, Jill Andre
Rhetta Greene ........... Anti Crime Cop #1
*
Music composed by Dana Kaproff
Director of Photography: Hector R. Figueroa.
Synopsis:
A group of baddies is preying on wealthy patrons of beauty shops. They get into these shops by pretending to be
policemen. C&L get to head up the task force, and Cagney befriends one of the victims.

2.04 [010] Cagney and Lacey: HIGH STEEL
no. 635-104
15Nov82
Produced by April Smith, Joseph Stern
Directed by Reza Badiyi
Written by Rogers Turrentine
Music composed by Dana Kaproff
Director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa
Film editor: Geoffrey Rowland.
Synopsis:
A construction worker falls to his death, and everyone
thinks it's an accident, including Isbecki, who lets the ladies take over
the case. You see, Harvey knew the fellow, and he thinks there's something
funny. It turns out that the victim was on the take, and Harvey and Mary
Beth go out to the construction site to inspect first hand.

2.05 [011] Cagney and Lacey: HOT LINE
no. 635-107
22Nov82
Also Starring AW, CL, MK, SC, JK
Supervising Producer Richard M. Rosenbloom (during opening theme)
*
Executive Story Consultant Robert Crais/Norman Abatemarco
Produced by April Smith/Joseph Stern
Written by Frank Abatemarco
Directed by Leo Penn
*
End Credits:
Also Starring:
Troy Slaten ......... Michael Lacey (Lacey's youngest son)(recurring)
Tony La Torre ....... Harvey Lacey, Jr.(Lacey's teenage son) (recurring)
Guest Starring:
Laurie Prange ............ Paula
Silvana Gallardo ......... Grace
Rick Lenz ................ Colton Wyler
and:
Bo DiCicco ............... Manny
Co-Starring:
Anthony Ponzini .......... Allen Brown
Stephen Liska ............ Romano
Jason Bernard ............ Det. Inspector Marquette
Philip Baker Hall ........ Lt. Sweeny
Rita Taggart ............. Joy
and:
Richard Minchenberg ...... Peter Daniels
Featuring:
Margaret Fitzgerald
Bob Basso
Sheila Cassidy
Robin Cantor
Pamela Springsteen
and:
Lou Carello ............. Sanchez
*
music composed by Dana Kaproff
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa
film editor: Richard Fetterman.
(c) 1982
Synopsis:
A group of unrelated stranglings has the NYPD very worried. Turns out all the women work for telephone erotic hotlines.
There's a very funny scene where C&L go to investigate and the hotline manager thinks they're looking for work. Cagney
turns out to be an ace poker player much to the annoyance of Isbecki.

2.06 [012] Cagney and Lacey: INTERNAL AFFAIRS
no. 635-100
29Nov82
Produced by April Smith, Joseph Stern
Teleplay by Aubrey Solomon & Steven Greenberg
Story by Joanne Pagliaro
Directed by Alexander Singer
*
End Credits:
Executive Consultant Barbara Corday:
Also Starring:
Troy Slaten ........... Michael Lacey (Lacey's youngest son)(recurring)
Tony La Torre ......... Harvey Lacey, Jr.(Lacey's teenage son) (recurring)
Guest Starring:
Dick O'Neill .......... Charlie Cagney (recurring)
Michael Durnell ....... Anthony Berwick
Alex Colon ............ Ortiz
Co-Starring:
Louis Guss ............ Harold Krupp
T.J. Castranova ....... Mario
Catherine Schreiber ... Shelley
Featuring:
Phil Simms, Bob Banas, Anthony Calder, Frank Conn, Beau Starr,
Meshach Taylor, Roger Til.
And:
Maidie Norman ......... Elevator Operator.
*
music composed by Miles Goodman;
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa.
Synopsis:
The 14th precinct has an informer in its midst. The undercover agents working on a truck hijacking are getting
exposed. IAD "asks" C&L to investigate, since they're "outsiders." When Cagney refuses, the IAD lieutenant smirkily
tells her that Charlie was on the take when he was a cop. All they turn up is that LaGuardia (Sidney Clute) has a
girlfriend and Lt. Samuels (Al Waxman) is seeing aa psychiatrist because of the effect of his divorce.

2.07 [013] Cagney and Lacey: MISTER LONELYHEARTS
no. 635-103
6Dec82
Produced by April Smith, Joseph Stern
Written by Jeffrey Lane
Directed by James Sheldon
*
End Credits:
Executive Consultant Barbara Corday
Story Editor Jefrey Lane
Associate Producer Eda Godel Hallinan
Also Starring:
Troy Slaten ......... Michael Lacey (Lacey's youngest son)(recurring)
Tony La Torre ....... Harvey Lacey, Jr.(Lacey's teenage son) (recurring
Guest Starring:
Steven Keats ........... Frank
Harvey Vernon .......... Ed Waits
Henry Wilcoxon ......... Mr. Mathers
Janet MacLachlan ....... Lynn Sutter
Fred Lehne ............. Burt
Co-Starring:
Amy Johnston ........... Julie
Peggy McCay ............ Mrs. Moline
Gwendolyn L. Mitchell .. Nurse
Judith Ivey ............ Gwen
Peter MacClean ......... Burnell
Featuring:
Michael Alaimo, Alfred Dennis, Joe Horvath,
Catherine Schreiber .... Shelley
*
music composed by Miles Goodman
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa
film editor: Geoffrey Rowland
Synopsis:
A farmer from Vermont comes in looking for his wife, who has disappeared in New York City. Seems that she has "married"
several men, and is collecting money from all of them.

2.08 [014] Cagney and Lacey: CONDUCT UNBECOMING
no. 635-108
13Dec82
Produced by April Smith
Written by Rogers Turrentine
directed by Alexander Singer
*
End Credits:
Executive Consultant Barbara Corday
Story Editor Jefrey Lane
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Also Starring:
Troy Slaten (recurring)
Tony La Torre (recurring)
Guest Starring:
Christopher Allport ... Charles Stephens
East Carlo ............ Enriquez
Robert Costanzo ....... Scafali
Co-Starring:
Harry Atkin ........... Desk Sergeant
Madelyn Cates ......... Cashier
Frantz Turner ......... Rasco
Tony Plana ............ Freddie
Featuring:
Victor Rendina, Diana Bellamy, Mike Finneran, Bob Maroff,
Claudio Martinez, Jeff Silverman, Oz Torfora
*
music composed by Dana Kaproff
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa
film editor: Geoffrey Rowland.
Synopsis:
Cagney & Lacey, and another detective are working on a case involving some illegal weapons. The catch is that the
third detective has just had his picture turn up in a gay magazine. Is he gay? Will he be suspended before he helps
C&L catch the bad guy?

2.09 [015] Cagney and Lacey: I'LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS
no. 635-109
20Dec82
Supervising Producer Richard Rosenbloom (on theme tune)
Executive Story Consultants Robert Crais and Frank Abatemarco
Produced by April Smith
Written by Robert Crais
Directed by Burt Brickerhoff
*
End Credits:
Also Starring:
Troy Slaten
Tony La Torre
Guest Starring:
Richard Masur ............. Ralph Barbinski
Michael G. Gwynne ......... Phillip Malik
Barry Primus .............. Sgt Dory McKenna (entry)
Co-Starring
Harvey Atkin .............. Desk Sergeant
Jason Bernard ............. Det. Inspector Marquette
John Del Regno ............ Myer Rudolpho
Mary Farrell .............. Trixie Barbinski
Lyla Graham ............... Doris Rainey
Milton Selzer ............. Willie Boxer
Suzanne Stone ............. Claudia Petrie
Allen Williams ............ Traffic Cop
Featuring:
Jaimie Abbott, Martin Azarow, Earl Billings, Richard Brent,
Jacqueline Davis, Edith Fellows, Kathryn Fuller, Neta Lee Noy,
Orville Sherman, Sol Trager.
*
music composed by Dana Kaproff
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa
film editor: Jim Gross
Synopsis:
A Christmas episode, lighter than usual. The "villain" is a nebbish who steals from parking meters. When he gets arrested,
he makes off with a squad car, which so enrages Samuels that nobody gets to leave early on Christmas Eve. The "B" story
is that Petrie's daughter is born. We first meet Dory McKenna (Barry Primus) as Chris' boyfriend.

2.10 [016] Cagney and Lacey: RECREATIONAL USE
no. 635-111
27Dec82
Executive Story Consultants Robert Crais and Frank Abatemarco
Produced by April Smith
Written by April Smith
Directed by Alexander Singer
*
End Credits:
Executive Consultant Barbara Corday
Story Editor Jefrey Lane
Associate Producers Abe Milrad and P.K. Knelman
Also Starring:
Troy Slaten ......... Michael Lacey (Lacey's youngest son)(recurring)
Tony La Torre ....... Harvey Lacey, Jr.(Lacey's teenage son)(recurring)
Guest Starring:
Barry Primus ........ Sgt Dorian McKenna
Susan Frnech ........ Mrs. Skimmins
David Fresco ........ George Poulianakis
Co-Starring:
Harvey Atkin ........ Desk Sergeant (recurring)
Rafael Ferrer ....... Mickey
Peter Jason ......... Leonard Nolan
Ron Max ............. Vince Russell
Bunny Summers ....... Mrs. Nolan
Israel Jurabe ....... Nunzio
Featuring:
Joshua Grennock, Bob Larkin, Ernie Sabella
*
music composed by Miles Goodman
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa
film editor: Richard Fetterman.
Synopsis:
C&L are assigned to work for Sgt. Dory McKenna on a murder investigation. The baddy is a slumlord who is trying to get
rid of his tenants so he can make a co-op out of his building. The kicker is that Dory is using cocaine. After he snorts
up at Mary Beth's and doesn't show up as backup, Chris turns him in.
(Sequel - see episode #35 "Choice")

2.11 [017] Cagney and Lacey: HOPES AND DREAMS
no. 635-113
10Jan83
Executive Story Consultants Robert Crais and Frank Abatemarco
Produced by April Smith
Written by Frank Abatemarco
Directed by Peter Levin
*
End Credits:
Executive Consultant Barbara Corday
Story Editor Jefrey Lane
Associate Producers Abe Milrad and P.K. Knelman
Also Starring:
Troy Slaten ......... Michael Lacey (Lacey's youngest son)(recurring)
Tony La Torre ....... Harvey Lacey, Jr.(Lacey's teenage son)(recurring)
Guest Starring:
Lance Henriksen ..... Johnny "Nose"
Suzy Gilstrap ....... Jerri Grady
Co-Starring:
Randy Rocca ......... Jimmy
Mario Gallo ......... Mo
Tony Goodstone ...... Doorman
Jan Miner ........... Stella Wall
Barbara Tarbuck ..... Mrs. Grady
Stan Ross ........... Perp
Richard Minchenberg .. Peter Daniels
Floyd Levine ......... Sgt. Lubin
*
music composed by Dana Kaproff
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa
film editor: Geoffrey Rowland.
Synopsis:
A gang of thieves have an intriguing modus operandi. They wait until a family is at a funeral and then break in and
steal everything. One of the victims is a crippled girl whose bicycle that she uses for therapy is stolen.

2.12 [018] Cagney and Lacey: THE GRANDEST JEWEL THIEF OF THEM ALL
no. 635-112
17Jan83
Executive Story Consultants Robert Crais and Frank Abatemarco
Produced by April Smith
Written by Michael Piller
Directed by Victor Lobl
*
End Credits:
Executive Consultant Barbara Corday
Story Editor Jefrey Lane
Associate Producers Abe Milrad and P.K. Knelman
Also Starring:
Troy Slaten ......... Michael Lacey (Lacey's youngest son)(recurring)
Tony La Torre ....... Harvey Lacey, Jr.(Lacey's teenage son) (recurring)
Guest Starring:
Ferdinand Mayne .......... Albert Grande
Liela Goldoni ............ Mrs. Tartaglia
Bernard Behrens .......... Guitry
McKee Anderson ........... Sandra
Julius Harris ............ Bardo
Co-Starring:
Guy Christopher .......... Mr. Tartaglia
Robert Pastorelli ........ Rosen
Forest Whitaker .......... Night Manager
Featuring:
John Diehl, John Furlong, Mae Marmy
*
music composed by Dana Kaproff
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa
film editor: Jim Gross.
Synopsis:
Albert Grande is the most famous jewel thief in the world. He has even written a book about his career. Can the
elegant dog lover who stops a petty crime really be the great thief?

2.13 [019] Cagney and Lacey: AFFIRMITIVE ACTION
no. 635-114
24Jan83
Executive Story Consultants Robert Crais and Frank Abatemarco
Produced by April Smith
Written by Jeffrey Lane
Directed by Peter Levin
*
End Credits:
Executive Consultant Barbara Corday
Story Editor Jefrey Lane
Associate Producers Abe Milrad and P.K. Knelman
Also Starring:
Troy Slaten ......... Michael Lacey (Lacey's youngest son)(recurring)
Tony La Torre ....... Harvey Lacey, Jr.(Lacey's teenage son)(recurring)
Guest Starring:
Talia Balsam ........ Diane
Grace Zabriskie ..... Adele
Karmin Murcelo ...... Elena
Co-Starring:
Susan Peretz ........ Rae
Paul Larson ......... Hurok
Michel Voletti ...... Abel
Guy Boyd ............ Karl
Featuring:
Alan Koss, Gene Brundage, Cynthia Frost, Joshua Greenrock
*
music composed by Dana Kaproff
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa.
Synopsis:
A new detective has been assigned to the 14th. Lacey thinks it's nice to have another woman; Cagney thinks she's
incompetent.

2.14 [020] Cagney and Lacey: OPEN AND SHUT CASE
no. 635-115
31Jan83 CBS
Produced by Terry Louise Fisher, Steve Brown
Written by Terry Louise Fisher & Steve Brown
Directed by Nicholas Sgarro.
*
End Credits:
Executive Consultant Barbara Corday
Associate Producers Dick Reilly and P.K. Knelman
Also Starring:
Troy Slaten ......... Michael Lacey (Lacey's youngest son)(recurring)
Tony La Torre ....... Harvey Lacey, Jr.(Lacey's teenage son)(recurring)
Guest Starring:
Jonelle Allen ....... Elizabeth Carter
Michael Zand ........ Ira Leffler
Walter Brooke ....... Judge
William Lanteau ..... Dr. Sinclair
Allan Rich .......... Morley Pressman
Co-Starring:
Buck Kartalian ...... Rocky Menukian
Lionel Decker ....... Nathan Apstein
Stephen Johnson ..... Bob
Lance Rosen ......... D.A.
Charlie Stavola ..... Ben Wesco
Rose Portillo ....... Rhonda Gallegos
Featuring:
Jody Carter and Fil Formicola as Lamar
*
music composed by Dana Kaproff
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa
film editor: Geoffrey Rowland
Synopsis:
Lacey is the main witness in an open-and-shut case, only it isn't that open-and-shut. in the "B" story, a witness in
an old rape case has to testify. The defendants' strategy is stall and stall, and C&L have to support her when she wants
to quit.

2.15 [021] Cagney and Lacey: JANE DOE #37 (UK title: Body With No Name)
no. 635-116
14Feb83
Executive Story Consultant Chris Abbott
Produced by Terry Louise Fisher & Steve Brown
Written by Peter Lefcourt
Directed by Stan Lathan
*
End Credits:
Executive Consultant Barbara Corday
Associate Producers Dick Reilly and P.K. Knelman
Also Starring:
Troy Slatten (recurring)
Tony La Torre (recurring)
Guest Starring:
Doris Roberts ......... Helen Freitas
Dick Bakalyan ......... John Travis
Stuart Moss ........... Joe Price
Sal Viscuso ........... Keppler
Co-Starring:
Paul Mantee ........... Lt. Sandusky (later as Lt. Al Corassa)
Mary Grace Canfield ... Shopping Cart Lady
Peter Iacangelo ....... Bartender
Jake Dengal ........... Maurice
Featuring:
Brian Burgess, Jan Burrell, Flo Di Re, Vincent Palmieri
Harvey Atkin .......... Desk Sgt. Coleman
Floyd Levine .......... Desk Sgt. Lubin
*
Director of Photography: Hector R. Figueroa.
Synopsis:
A bag lady, is murdered. Only Cagney cares what happened, and strives to find the woman's real name. The "B" plot is
very funny: our heroines are assigned to do recruiting, and wind up trying to do a commercial for the NYPD. Of course,
they get replaced by "real" actresses.

2.16 [022] Cagney and Lacey: DATE RAPE
no. 635-120
21Feb83
Supervising Producer Harry R. Sherman (during theme tune)
Executive Story Consultant Chris Abbott
Produced by Terry Louise Fisher & Steve Brown
Teleplay by Terry Louise Fisher
Story by Terry Louise Fisher & Steve Brown
Directed by John Patterson
*
End Credits:
Executive Consultant Barbara Corday
Associate Producers Dick Reilly and P.K. Knelman
Also Starring:
Troy Slatten (recurring)
Tony La Torre (recurring)
Guest Starring:
Kathleen Lloyd ........ Carole Mitchell
Carolyn Seymour ....... Renata Myers
Co-Starring:
Elise Caitlin ......... Ronni
William Hootkins ...... Zachary Kendall
John Adair ............ Donald
Ken Lerner ............ Doctor
Harvey Aitken ......... Desk Sgt. Copleman (recurring)
Featuring:
J.M. Bumstead, Christopher DeRose, Aileen Fitzpatrick,
Joshua Grenrock, Robin Reed, Patricia Rees, Lette Rehnolds,
Alex Rodine, Cheryl Rogers, Charles Walker, Greg Watson.
Synopsis:
It's a rape case, but the victim knew her assailant, which makes it date rape. Cagney and Harvey think the woman asked
for it; Lacey is more supportive. The "B" story is that the guys in the precinct are playing practical jokes such as
fixing Isbecki up with a female impersonator and Samuels with a prostitute. Cagney thinks it's funny and points out that
it's a great step forward for them to be included in this.

2.17 [023] Cagney and Lacey: BURN OUT
Prod. no. 635-xxx
07Mar83
Supervising Producer Harry R. Sherman (during theme tune)
Executive Story Consultant Chris Abbott
Produced by Terry Louise Fisher & Steve Brown
Written by Del Reisman & Chelsea Nickerson
Directed by Don Weis
*
End Credits:
Executive Consultant Barbara Corday
Associate Producers Dick Reilly and P.K. Knelman
Also Starring:
Troy Slatten (recurring)
Tony La Torre (recurring)
Guest Starring:
Jennifer Warren ......... Maggie
Michael Goodwin ......... Dr. Dan O'Connell
Christopher Pennock ..... Dortmunder
Rebecca Balding ......... Sonia Maltese
and:
Kenneth Mars ............ Murray
Co-Starring:
Darlene Conley .......... Charge Nurse
Benny Baker ............. Wally
Featuring:
Carol Russell
Owen E. Orr
*
Director of Photography: Hector R. Figueroa

2.18 [024] Cagney and Lacey: CHOP SHOP
Prod. no. 635-119
14Mar83
Supervising Producer Harry R. Sherman (during theme tune)
Executive Story Consultant Chris Abbott
Produced by Terry Louise Fisher & Steve Brown
Written by Kevin Sullivan
Directed by Bill Duke
*
End Credits:
Executive Consultant Barbara Corday
Associate Producers Dick Reilly and P.K. Knelman
Also Starring:
Troy Slatten (recurring)
Tony La Torre (recurring)
Guest Starring:
William Allen Young ...... Billy
Brion James .............. Dave
Michael Pataki ........... Joe
Al Ruscio ................ Boston
Kent Williams ............ Peter Blair
Co-Starring:
Janet Maclachlan ......... Lynn Suller
Harvey Atkin ............. Desk Sgt. Coleman
Harry Caesar ............. Fisher
Anthony Charnota ......... Stobbart
Harry Waters, Jr. ........ Jimmy
Richard Minchenberg ...... Peter Daniels
Featuring:
Haunani Minn, Rozelle Gayle, Joshua Grenrock, Michelle Hannah,
R.J. Miller, Dennis Mims.
Special Guest Star:
Jimmie Walker ............. Tony Brown
Synosis:
When C&L screw up a backup assignment, Isbecki (Martin Kove)is taken hostage. The situation gets worse when Petri
(Carl Lumbly) kills a child. As the child is black, public relations thinks they can solve the problem by putting Petri's
picture in the paper, so everyone can see he's also black.

2.19 [025] Cagney and Lacey: LET THEM EAT PRETZELS (UK title: Hit and Run)
no. 635-121
21Mar83
Supervising Producer Harry R. Sherman (during theme tune)
Executive Story Consultant Chris Abbott
Produced by Terry Louise Fisher & Steve Brown
Written by Peter Lefcourt
Directed by Harry Harris
*
End Credits:
Executive Consultant Barbara Corday
Associate Producers Dick Reilly and P.K. Knelman
Also Starring:
Troy Slatten (recurring)
Tony La Torre (recurring)
Guest Starring:
Richard Romanus ....... Hassan bin Moqtadi
Neva Patterson ........ Muriel Lacey
Dick Anthony Williams . Sly
Co-Starring:
Edmund Stoiber ........ Maitre D'
Jason Bernard ......... Marquette
Manny Kleinmuntz ...... Sol Klein
Takayo ................ Dr. Kim Leigh
Milt Jamin ............ Said Jamal
Featuring:
Greg Zadikov, Howard Dayton, Jim Gunter, Gil Stratton,
Marcia Wolf ........... S.A.P.
Synopsis:
A poor Jewish man is hit by a car, and we know who did it. The problem is that he's the son of an Arabian diplomat,
and safe as long as he stays in the embassy. After he escapes twice, the women had better work something out.

2.20 [--] Cagney and Lacey: THE GANG'S ALL HERE
no. 635-122
28Mar83
Supervising Producer Harry R. Sherman (during theme tune)
Executive Story Consultant Chris Abbott
Produced by Terry Louise Fisher & Steve Brown
Written by Lee Shjeldon
Directed by Christian I. Nyby II
*
(End Credits:)
Executive Consultant Barbara Corday
Associate Producers Dick Reilly and P.K. Knelman
*
Also Starring:
Troy Slatten (recurring)
Tony La Torre (recurring)
Guest Starring:
William Traylor ........ John
Diana Douglas .......... Blanche
Gary Crosby ............ Stockwood
Michael Des Barres ..... Malcolm Kinglsey
Tracey Walter .......... Boone
Co-Starring:
Kate Charleson ......... Judy Leighton
Jason Bernard .......... Arquette
Xander Berkeley ........ Maurice
Richard Delmonte ....... Detective
Kaaren Raglan .......... Operator
Suzanne Stone .......... Claudia Petrie
Sylvia Walden .......... Mrs. Norris
Featuring:
Ian Fried, Cynthia Ream
Scott Edmund Lane ...... Larry
Synopsis:
To celebrate Petri's (Carl Lumbly) promotion to detective first grade, the gang goes out to celebrate. Alas, they
get robbed (including their guns and shields), and have to restore face. LaGuardia (Sidney Klute) is so upset that
he threatens to quit.

2.21 [027] Cagney and Lacey: A CRY FOR HELP
Prod. no. 635-124
2May83
Supervising Producer Harry R. Sherman (during theme tune)
Executive Story Consultant Chris Abbott
Produced by Terry Louise Fisher & Steve Brown
Written by Terry Louise Fisher and Chris Abborr
Directed by Barbara Peters
*
End Credits:
Executive Consultant Barbara Corday
Associate Producers Dick Reilly and P.K. Knelman
Also Starring:
Troy Slatten (recurring)
Tony La Torre (recurring)
Guest Starring:
Greg Mullavey ......... Brent Nelson
Sheila Larken ......... Phyllis Nelson
Stanley Kamel ......... Mick Solomon
Chip Lucia ............ Ed Ruskin
Daniel Pilon .......... Joe Klotzman
Co-Starring:
David Byrd ............ Museum Curator
Marie Denn ............ Edith
Eda Reiss Merin ....... Norma
Vincent Schiavelli .... Obie
Maxine Stuart ......... Rose
Synopsis:
The "A" story is that a con man is doing very well,but when he's arrested as he's fleeing, there's nothing of value
in his suitcase. The "B" story is that one of the cops working with them, who Mary Beth has known since academy days,
is beating his wife.

2.22 [028] Cagney and Lacey: THE INFORMANT
Prod. no. 635-123
9May83
Supervising Producer Harry R. Sherman (during theme tune)
Executive Story Consultant Chris Abbott
Produced by Terry Louise Fisher & Steve Brown
Written by Larry Konner and Ronnie Wenker-Konner
Directed by Michael Vejar
*
End Credits:
Executive Consultant Barbara Corday
Associate Producers Dick Reilly and P.K. Knelman
Also Starrng:
Troy Slaten
Tony La Torre
Guest Starring:
Alan Hayes ............... Matt Thompson
Scott Brady .............. Max Mulgannon
Frank McCarthy ........... Mr. Martin
Arthur Rosenberg ......... Duncan Herrold
Peggy Feury ............. Madame Frolovsky
Co-Starring:
Harry Beer ............... Perp
Kevin Major-Howard ....... Weaver
Guy Remsen ............... Counterman
and
Geoffrey Blake ........... Jeremy Martin
*
Director Of Photography: Hector R. Figueroa
Art Director: Joseph M. Altadonner
Film Editor: Richard Fetterman
Synopsis:
To find out who's selling drugs to high school students, C&L use a teenage informer. But the youth is not to be trusted,
and the detectives wind up with eggs on their face when it turns out that he's selling drugs himself.

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