CTVA US Crime - "Cagney And Lacey" (Orion/CBS) Season 3 (Spring1984)

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Starring Tyne Daly & Sharon Gless
Season 3 (CBS) (Spring 1984)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
references:
TV Guide /   Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
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UCLA Film and Television Archive


############# Cagney and Lacey ###############
########### season 3 Spring 1984 #############
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CBS Mondays, 10-11PM (7 episodes)
Produced by Peter Lefcourt / Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
The series wasn't renewed in September 1983 as expected. But viewers demanded its return and so it was brought
back in March 1984 with a short season of 7 episodes.

3.01 [029] Cagney and Lacey: MATINEE
Prod. no. 660-304
19Mar84
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Creative Consultant Terry Louise Fisher
Produced by Peter Lefcourt
Written by Chris Abott-Fish
Directed by Karen Arthur
*
End Credits:
Executive Consultant Barbara Corday
Also Starrng:
Troy Slaten (recurring)
Tony La Torre (recurring)
Guest Starring:
Fred Grandy ............ Richard White
Bibi Besch ............. Linda Carson
Barbara Tarbuck ........ Thelma Samuels
Matthew Barry .......... David Samuels
Robert Hirschfeld ...... Morris Katz
Ellen Tobie ............ Marsha Reynolds
Co-Starring:
Armin Shimerman ........ Officer Green
Shanit Keter ........... Dr. Jamal
Lu Leonard ............. The Desk Clerk
Featuring:
Bill Arrata, Steve Guri, Azdine Melliti, Christy Sinickas
*
music by Ron Ramin
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa.
Synopsis:
A wealthy Westchester housewife is found dead in the city. Since Cagney comes from a well- off family in Westchester,
we get to learn a little bit about her background. The "B" story is that Samuels' son gets arrested for car theft,
and relations between the two are very strained.

3.02 [030] Cagney and Lacey: A KILLER'S DOZEN
Prod. no. 660-301
26Mar84
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Creative Consultant Terry Louise Fisher
Produced by Peter Lefcourt
Written by Peter Lefcourt
Directed by John Patterson
*
End Credits:
Creative Consultant Barbara Corday
Guest Starring:
Michael Fairman ....... Dep. Inspector Knelman (recurring)
Paul Gleason .......... Detective Crespi
Jonelle Allen ......... Cluadia Petrie (recurring)
Co-Starring:
Ernie Sabella ......... Cabbie
Martin Garner ......... Florist
Joe Horvath ........... Officer Mallory
Michael David Lally ... Pharmacist
Alberto Morin ......... Mr. Dzidziacomo
Sylvia Walden ......... Woman
T.J. Castranova ....... Graham
*
music composed by Mark Snow
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa.
Synopsis:
The uniforms are on strike, and the detectives must wear uniforms and go back on the street, all the while solving the
case of the "Don Juan Strangler." This is the first episode in which Cagney plays poker.
[The Opening Scene shows the Statue of Liberty - as the camera pans around, the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center
can be seen in the background]

3.03 [031] Cagney and Lacey: VICTIMLESS CRIME
Prod. no. 660-306
16Apr84
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Creative Consultant Terry Louise Fisher
Produced by Peter Lefcourt
Written by Peter Lefcourt
Directed by James Frawley
*
End Credits:
Creative Consultant Barbara Corday
Guest Starring:
Paul Freeman ......... Yves Benoit
Leo Rossi ............ Moslovsky
Victor Arnold ........ Belden
Richard Minchenberg .. Daniels
Kay Lenz ............. Linda Mack
Co-Starring:
John Del Regno ....... Gurwitz
Emily Moultrie ....... Jessie
Pierrino Mascarino ... Martiniez
Featuring:
Diana Bellamy, Deanne Henry, Larry Marko, Joe Marinelli
*
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa.
Production Manager Ralph Singleton
Synopsis:
The ladies happen on a porno movie filming, and the next day the leading man dies. The female star would make a great
witness, but she doesn't want to talk.

3.04 [032] Cagney and Lacey: THE BOUNTY HUNTER
Prod. no. 660-305
23Apr84
starring SG,TD,AW,CL,MK, SC(featured),JK
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Creative Consultant Terry Louise Fisher
Produced by Peter Lefcourt
Written by Steve Brown
Directed by Bill Duke
*
End credits:
Creative Consultant Barbara Corday
Guest Starring:
Brian Dennehy ......... Michael Magruder
Anthony Holland ....... Desk Clerk
Peter Vogt ............ Brudinski
Tony La Torre (recurring)
Troy Slaten (recurring)
and
Laurie Prange ......... Violet Springer
Featuring
Gloria Delaney, Emily Herald, Tina Lifford, Bob Maroff,
Sam Nudell, Dennis Pratt, J.W. Smith,
Brent Jennings ........ Cop
*
music composed by Ron Ramin
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa
editor: Richard Fetterman
Synopsis:
This time it's clear who the bad guy is. But he's being pursued for bail jumping by a bounty hunter. The bounty
hunter not only has a legal right, if he can find him, but he makes a point of irritating Cagney.

3.05 [033] Cagney and Lacey: BABY BROKER
Prod. no. 660-303
30Apr84
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Creative Consultant Terry Louise Fisher
Produced by Peter Lefcourt
Written by Terry Louise Fisher
Directed by John Patterson
*
End Credits:
Creative Consultant Barbara Corday
Guest Starring:
James Laurenson ........... Josh Richards
Estelle Getty ............. Mrs. Rosenmeyer
Carolyn Seymour ........... Marie-Chantal
Sally Ward ................ Jarvis
George T. Wallace ......... Cottman
Tony La Torre
Troy Slaten
Co-Starring
Kate Charles .............. Cyndi
Johnny Haymer ............. Sy Bishop
Valerie Greer ............. Anne Jesup
Louise Heath .............. Brenda Stempler
John Mahon ................ DPA Clerk
Rose Portillo ............. Rhonda Gallegos
Other Credits:
music composed by Mark Snow
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa
editor: Geoffrey Rowland.
Synopsis:
When an abandoned infant is turned in, C&L go to work on a baby-broker scheme. The baby is deaf, and Mary Beth wants
to take it home for child #3. (This was shown before Tyne Daly's pregnancy.) In the B plot, Cagney is dating a glamorous
playwright, but he doesn't think much of her career.

3.06 [034] Cagney and Lacey: PARTNERS
Prod. no. 660-302
7May84
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Creative Consultant Terry Louise Fisher
Produced by Peter Lefcourt
Written by Patricia Green
Directed by Joel Oliansky
*
End Credits:
Creative Consultant Barbara Corday
Guest Stars:
John Lehne ............ Bennett
Dick O'Neill .......... Charlie Cagney (recurring)
Co-Starring:
George McDaniel ....... Dr Teffler
Harvey Atkin .......... Coleman
Jason Ronard .......... Lampell
Jenny Gago ............ Mrs. Garcia
Featuring:
Vinnie Argiro, John La Motta, Feranado Morales,
Mirna Morales
Other Credits:
music composed by Dana Kaproff
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa.
Synopsis:
Cagney gets shot by a bad guy early in the episode. Not to worry, she solves the case from her hospital bed. She has to,
because Mary Beth gets stuck with a real dweeb as a replacement. In a role reversal, Mary Beth is the "hot dog" and the
guy is only interested in getting home on time.

3.07 [035] Cagney and Lacey: CHOICE
no. 660-307
14May84
Associate Producer P.K. Knelman
Creative Consultant Terry Louise Fisher (opening credit)
Produced by Peter Lefcourt
Directed by Karen Arthur
Written by Terry Louise Fisher
*
End Credits:
Creative Consultant Barbara Corday
Guest Starring:
Susan French ............ Mrs. Skimmons
Miguel Ferrer ........... Nunzio
Georg Stanford Brown .... Burke
featuring
Zachary Berger
Jack Kosslyn
other credits:
music composed by Dana Kaproff
director of photography: Hector R. Figueroa.
Synopsis:
The crime story is a sequel to #16 "Recreational Use" (slumlord trying to get rid of tenants.) The witness has died,
since the defense strategy is to stall, so C&L have to find new witnesses. The B story is that Cagney is pregnant.
Or is she?

############## Cagney and Lacey ##############
############### end of season 3 ##############
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