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Starring Jack Webb & Harry Morgan 
Season 3 (NBC) (1968-69)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox, Mary Ciullo
references:
TV Guide /   Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive


################# Dragnet (2) ################
############# season 3 1968-69 ###############
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NBC Thursdays 9:30 PM Eastern

Several episodes in this season appear to have
the same title, however when combined with
the <DR-number> they become unique.

3.01 [49] Dragnet: PUBLIC AFFAIRS I (verified on film)[RF]
Universal- Dragnet prod. no. DR-07
19Sep68 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Burt Prelutsky
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Anthony Eisley ......... Chuck Bligh
Stacy Harris ........... Tom Higgins
Don Sturdy ............. Jesse Chaplin
Dick Williams .......... Mondo Mambamba
Dennis McCarthy ........ Sgt. Dan Cooke
Don Ross ............... Monty Warren
Charles Brewer ......... Charles Varco
Sidney Clute ........... Harry Wilson
Lou Wagner ............. John Dietz
Penny Gaston ........... Diane Newcombe
Speedy Zapata .......... Jay Herrera
Chuck Bowman ........... Announcer
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon defend the police on a TV debate over charges of
brutality, ineffectiveness, and ignorance.

3.02 [50] Dragnet: JUVENILE I (verified on film)[RF]
Universal- Dragnet prod. no. DR-05
26Sep68 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by UNKNOWN
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Merry Anders .......... Policewoman Dorothy Miller (recurring)
Robert Clarke ......... Mr. Fuller
Stefan Arngrim ........ Danny Meriton
Jenny Sullivan ........ Mariana Brenner
Gary Tigerman ......... George Fuller
Joy Ellison ........... Sharon Malden
Eve Brent ............. Mrs. Fuller
Jeff Malloy ........... Officer Rowley
Clark Howat ........... Lt. Bongard
Cliff Sales ........... Officer Henderson
Ed Deemer ............. Officer Beck
Alfred Shelly ......... Officer Gurowski
Dave Carlile .......... Officer Ryan
Don Ross .............. Officer Howard
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon spend time in the Juvenile Division dealing
with an abandoned baby, a runaway boy, and a youth high on a dangerous drug.

3.03 [51] Dragnet: COMMUNITY REALTIONS I
Prod. no. DR-10
03Oct68 NBC Thur
Written by: Alf Harris
Cast:
Don Marshall ........ Officer Dave Evans
Rafer Johnson ....... Lt. Ed Henry
Bill Elliott ........ Alec Harper
Mittie Lawrence ..... Elinor Evans
Bert Holland ........ Carl Rogers
Joel Fluellen ....... Tom Foster
John C. Johnson ..... Dick Roberts
Don Newsome ......... George Lower
Reveta Lynn Franklin .... Betty Jewell
Cameo Appearance by: O.J. Simpson
Synopsis:
Joe and Bill are assigned to help increase the number of minority men
who become police recruits. They enlist the aid of black officer
Dave Evans (Don Marshall) to come and talk with potential recruits at
an East L.A. school.

  3.04 [52] Dragnet: MANAGEMENT SERVICES (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-11
10Oct68 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by James Doherty
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Art Balinger .......... Capt. Brown (recurring)
Ed Deemer ............. Sgt. Andy Blakeley
Marc Hannibal ......... Off. Earl McNevin
Clark Howat ........... Insp. Hagan
Robert Patten ......... Sgt. Joe Gunn
Yvonne Lime ........... Policewoman Gloria Harbor
Lew Brown ............. Radio Operator
Cliff Sales ........... Off. Jim Kenady
Alfred Shelly ......... Lt. Robert Ward
Jeff Malloy ........... Off. Art Cragnotti
S. John Launer ........ Dep. Chief Houghton
Vince Williams ........ 1st Reporter
Bill Baldwin .......... 2nd Reporter
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon work in the L.A.P.D.'s Emergency Control Center
immediately following the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King.

3.05 [53] Dragnet: POLICE COMMISSION (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-13
17Oct68 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Robert Holt
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Larry Pennell ......... John Anzo
John Sebastian ........ Eddie Jones
Art Gillmore .......... Capt. George Milemore
Nydia Westman ......... Pheobe Kensington
John Dennis ........... Perry Chance
Eve McVeagh ........... Margaret Chance
Vince Williams ........ Gary Houston
Pilar Del Rey ......... Maria Arruba
Marco Antonio ......... Danny Galindo
Note:
Art Gilmore played Captain George Milemore Dept. of Commissions of
Highway and transportation.
Synopsis:
The Police Commission Investigation Division receives complaints about
tow-truck racketeers operating on Los Angeles freeways.

3.06 [54] Dragnet: HOMICIDE I (verified on film)[RF]
Universal- Dragnet prod. no. DR-06
24Oct68 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Robert C. Dennis
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Randy Stuart .......... Eileen Gannon (recurring)
Virginia Vincent ...... Edie Augburn
Del Moore ............. Roy Sellick
Dee Carroll ........... Virna Sellick
Julian Brown .......... Wheeler
Stuart Nisbet ......... Lofkin
Sam Edwards ........... George Haller
Art Balinger .......... Capt. Brown (recurring)
Synopsis 1:
Sometimes a policeman's workday never ends, even after removing
your badge and your gun. Even when my partner, Bill Gannon, visits
with his wife to have dinner in my apartment, things can happen.
A loud party in my building. A telephoned tip. Or two strangers
in the laundry room.
Synopsis 2:
Friday invites Gannon and his wife to a dinner of steaks grilled on
a hibachi in his fireplace-- only to have the evening interrupted by
neighbors and a pair of burglary suspects.

3.07 [55] Dagnet: ROBBERY I (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-15
07Nov68 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by James Doherty
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Robert Patten ........... Sgt. Jack Williams
William Boyett .......... Sgt. Bill Pailing
Don Ross ................ Sgt. Dick Reed
Alfred Shelly ........... Sgt. Hank Seret
Jeff Burton ............. Sgt. Mac Johnson
Elaine Devry ............ Irene Gorman
Lillian Bronson ......... Bird Lady
King Moody .............. Truck Driver
Jon Shank ............... Hippie Suspect
Chet Stratton ........... Clarence Beach
John Nolan .............. Mr. Rogers
Carlos Romero ........... Juan
Don Stewart ............. 1st Patrolman
Kenneth Washington ...... Off. Bill Bray
David N. Crawford ....... Teenager
John Bryant ............. Ray
Marco Antonio ........... Sgt. Al Fuentes
Synopsis 1:
Friday and Gannon are assigned to track down a suspected thief.
Synopsis 2:
Friday and Gannon work the robbery daywatch desk. As the day progresses,
they monitor a stakeout at the home of a truck hijacking suspect.

  3.08 Dragnet: PUBLIC AFFAIRS II (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-12
14Nov68 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by James Cohen & James Doherty
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Lew Brown ............ Agent Roger Franks
Clark Howat .......... Captain Shannon
Art Gilmore .......... Captain Colwell
Edward Faulkner ...... Agent Jim Shepheard
Douglas Kennedy ...... Inspector Mills
Byron Morrow ......... Inspector McAllister
Ed Deemer ............ Sgt. Sherman
Olan Soulé ........... Ray Murray
Vince Williams ....... Harry
Robert Clarke ........ Roomer
Bill Baldwin ......... 1st Newsman
Chuck Bowman ......... 2nd Newsman
Note: Captain Shannon - division: Press Relations & Dignitaries.
Synopsis:
The President of the United States plans to visit Los Angeles in 24 hours.
Friday and Gannon work around the clock with the Secret Service making
precautionary arrangements.

3.09 Dragnet: TRAINING (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-18
21Nov68 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Robert C. Dennis
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Virginia Gregg ....... Dorothy Lee
Susan Seaforth ....... Joyce Anderson
Don Stewart .......... Ross Landa
Clark Howart ......... Capt. Vern Hoy - Training Division
Eve Brent ............ Sgt. Connie Speck
Judy Jordan .......... Carol Winters
Synopsis
An anti-police magazine writer (Virginia Gregg) gathers material on
women attending the police academy.

3.10 Dragnet: PUBLIC AFFAIRS III (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-14
28Nov68 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Alf Harris
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Del Moore ............ Charles Dalton
Virginia Gregg ....... Lisa Ruby
John Hudson .......... Lt. Bob Kearney
Herb Vigran .......... Pete Gulka
Howard Culver ....... Harold Wilson
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon organize a citizens' action committee in a high-crime
neighborhood. They walk in on a robbery in progress, capture the robbers,
and win the support of local businessmen.

3.11 Dragnet: NARCOTICS I (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-16
05Dec68 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Burt Prelutsky
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Howard Culver ......... Robert Squire
Heather Menzies ....... Ann Flynn
Thomas Bellin ......... Al Bertino
Clark Howat ........... Captain Trembly
Alex Wilson ........... 1st Patrolman
Judy Jenson ........... Martha
Wink Roberts .......... Wink Roberts
Synopsis:
A businessman suggests that good teenagers should work as hard to befriend
vulnerable kids as pushers do. The result is the Smarteen Club with the motto
SOS: Stamp Out Stupidity.

3.12 Dragnet: INTERNAL AFFAIRS I (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-20
12Dec68 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by James Doherty
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
From "Adam-12":
Martim Milner ......... Officer Pete Malloy
Kent McCord ........... Officer Jim Reed
With:
John McCook ........... Ed Hillier
Peter Duryea .......... John Meadows
Jack Sheldon .......... Ted Nichols
Art Gilmore ........... Lt. Moore
Anne Whitfield ........ Irene Hillier
Hal England ........... Harry Burns
Penny Gaston .......... Patsy Cronin
Tracy Vance ........... Mary Kay Morton
Linda Weeks ........... Alice Jenkins
Cliff Sales ........... Patrolman Tom Pollack
Synopsis:
A police officer who is a Vietnam veteran -- and who was recently recommended
for the L.A.P.D.'s Medal of Valor -- is accused of assaulting a civilian.

3.13 Dragnet: COMMUNITY RELATIONS II (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-17
02Jan69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Alf Harris
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Leonard Stone .......... Sgt. Keith Barrett
Morris Erby ............ Sgt. Tom Benson
William Boyett ......... Sgt. Sam Hunter
Walter Brooke .......... Capt. Carl Fuller
Art Gilmore ............ Capt. Larry Walton
Ray Montgomery ......... Lt. John Rule
John Hudson ............ Sgt. Tom Wallen
Sid McCoy .............. Sgt. Ron Nelson
Marshall Reed .......... Lt. Phil Johnson
Don Ross ............... Sgt. Scott
Robert Cleaves ......... Lt. Jurgens
Note:
Captain Walton played by Art Gilmore division Community Relations.
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon are assigned to attend an LAPD conference at Lake Arrowhead.
They're told that it's "a chance to let your hair down."

3.14 Dragnet: HOMICIDE II (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-22
09Jan69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by James Doherty
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Burt Mustin .......... Calvin Lampe
Art Balinger ......... Capt. Hugh Brown (recurring)
Len Wayland .......... Off. Dave Dorman
Jill Banner .......... Eve Wesson
Alfred Shelly ........ Jack Swan
Don Ross ............. Glen
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon are surprised by a 91-year-old man who solves the murder
of a young tenant in his apartment building.

3.15 Dragnet: B.O.D. - BUSINESS OFFICE DIVISION (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-27
23Jan69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by James Doherty
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Grant Williams ........ Father Barnes
Len Wayland ........... Capt. Stanley
Vic Perrin ............ John Franklin
Nydia Westman ......... Mrs. Morrison
David Bond ............ Henry
Roy Glenn ............. Mr. Farrell
Tim Donnelly .......... Mr. Morris
Robert Carricart ...... Mr. Diedrich
Robert Carricart, Jr. .... Ray Diedrich
Ed Deemer ............. Sgt. Jim Slagle
Judd Laurance ......... Male Hippie
Pamela McMyler ........ Female Hippie
Susan Seaforth ........ Policewoman Olson
Rhoda Williams ........ Mrs. Maynard
Charles Brewer ........ Officer Iddings
Pilar del Rey ......... Mrs. Alvarez
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon find swing-shift life in the Business Office Division very
busy indeed: they stop an attempted suicide in the office; alert Los Angeles
to an expected tidal wave, help a lost child find his parents;
help a drunk get some 'MT' (medical treatment) for his diabetes;
keep a group of hippies from shutting down the BOD office.

3.xx (title unknown) (1969.01.27 ????)
Vic Perrin
Virginia Gregg
Gene Evans
John Roseboro
Tom Williams
Bobby Troup
Jack Ragotzy
Roger Til

3.16 Dragnet: NARCOTICS II (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. DR-21
30Jan69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Burt Prelutsky
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Don Dubbins ........... Bob Buesing
Clark Howat ........... Capt. Al Trembly
Lew Brown ............ Officer Mason
Robert Patten ......... Officer Young
Jack Sheldon .......... Leon Hardy
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon use a German shepherd named Ginger to try to stop the illegal
marijuana flow from Mexico.

3.17 Dragnet: ADMINISTRATIVE VICE (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-29
06Feb69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by James Doherty
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Anthony Eisley ....... Lt. Chris Drucker
Clark Howat .......... Captain Nelson
Elaine Devry ......... Maggie Hinton
John Dennis .......... Bookie Agent
Synopsis:
When a hard-drinking fellow officer (Eisley) tries to include Friday
in a gambling operation, he works with the Internal Affairs Division to break up the ring.

3.18 Dragnet: FRAUDS I (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-28
20Feb69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Burt Prelutsky
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Bert Holland ........ Harvey Peterson
Florence Lake ....... Elvira Norton
Jack Sheldon ........ Mr. Levin
Herb Vigran ......... Mr. Ferguson
John Gilgreen ??
Howard Culver ??

Synopsis:
A computer reveals that disability checks are being issued to persons
already dead for months.

3.19 Dragnet: JUVENILE II (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-19
27Feb69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Robert C. Dennis & James Doherty
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Elizabeth Knowles ........ Marion Devon
Cathleen Cordell ......... Mrs. Sadler
Logan Harbaugh ........... Chris Devon
Stacy Harris ............. Doctor Manning
Edward Faulkner .......... Lawrence Devon
Vinton Hayworth .......... Judge Crosson
Len Wayland .............. Captain Morris
Frankie Kabott ........... Andy Fulkerson
Ron Pinkard .............. Off. John McKee
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon investigate a child-abuse case, but the youngster is reluctant
to talk. He says that his wounds were inflicted by some neighborhood bullies.

3.20 Dragnet: BURGLARY I (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-31
06Mar69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Burt Prelutsky
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Timothy Donnelly ...... Stanley Stover
Robert Brubaker ....... Mort Kelly
Mickey Sholdar ........ Bob Snow
John Nolan ............ Dave Breslin
Stuart Nisbet ......... George Curvey
Vince Williams ........ Lt. Murrow
(Robert Patten ? Alfred Shelly ?)
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon search for an odd burglary suspect who dresses in a bright
green cape and a Napoleon hat and who steals pictures of Captain Midnight,

3.21 Dragnet: VICE (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-30
13Mar69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Robert C. Dennis & James Doherty
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Chanin Hale ............ Dottie Taylor (the Shill)
G.D. Spradlin .......... Tom Arbyrd
Bobby Troup ............ Harry Mahan
John Sebastian ......... Nate Calvin
Len Wyland ............. Captain Nelson
Ira Cook ............... 1st Player
John Gilgreen .......... 2nd Player
Synopsis:
Gamblers are victimizing delegates to a farm-equipment convention.
Friday and Gannon go undercover to find the illegal poker game.

3.22 Dragnet: FORGERY (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-33
20Mar69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Burt Prelutsky
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Gary Crosby .......... Blake Thompson
Angel Tompkins ....... Sarah Phillips
Julie Bennett ........ Angela Tigley
Don Ross ............. Officer Roy Kiser
Jill Banner .......... Sondra Thompson
Clark Howat .......... Capt. Frankel
Milila Saint Duval ... Lisa Anderson
James Oliver ......... Ralph Harmon
Maxine Greene ........ Dixie Lester
Synopsis:
A young woman starts passing forged checks around L.A., with credit cards
and I.D. stolen from another young woman who works at a movie studio.

3.23 Dragnet: JUVENILE III (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-32
27Mar69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Burt Prelutsky
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Michelle Grumet ...... Donna Halpern
Virginia Vincent ..... Sylvia Crystal
Peggy Webber ......... Mrs. Mary Tucker
Jack Sheldon ......... Ted Patterson
Mickey Sholdar ....... Paul Sutherland
Heather Menzies ...... Lisa Bogart
Speedy Zapata ........ Rudy Herrera
Stacy Harris ......... Dr. Robert Corley
Dee Carroll .......... Diane Conway
Don Ross ............. Don Hale
Synopsis:
A four-day-old baby is found in a trash can behind an apartment building.
Friday and Gannon interview the tenants as well as teenagers at a local soda fountain.

3.24 Dragnet: JUVENILE IV (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-35
03Apr69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by: Jack E. Barrett & James Doherty
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Shannon Farnon ...... Dorothy Wickersham
Virginia Gregg ...... Mrs. Smith
Harry Bartell ....... Chief Wayne Johnson
Morris D. Erby ...... Dr. Carl Felton
Howard Culver ....... Dr. Larry Fields
Stuart Nisbet ....... Thaddeus White
Ed Deemer ........... Sgt. Fred Norton
Lou Wagner .......... Caretaker
Alfred Shelly ....... Mike
Synopsis:
A five-year-old girl is bitten by a dog while at a restaurant in the
mountains east of L.A. Once back in the city, it is determined that
the girl is allergic to rabies vaccine.

3.25 Dragent: FRAUDS II (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-36
10Apr69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by James Doherty
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Anthony Eisley ...... Fred Wayman
Chanin Hale ......... Helen Zimmerman
Bert Holland ........ David Williams (Manager)
Natalie Masters ..... Landlady
Chet Stratton ....... Henri
Sam Edwards ......... Steve Houseman
Dave Carlile ........ Robert Weston
Synopsis:
More than $100,000 in merchandise is stolen from a department store chain
through an elaborate internal scam using forged credit cards and the
destruction of charge receipts.
Synopsis [UK]
Officers Friday and Gannon investigate a discrepancy of $100,000 in
merchandise in a department store chain and in the process turn up
a unique and near perfect swindling scheme.
(UK airdate: 6Aug73 ITV Tyne-Tees)

3.26 Dragnet: INTELLIGENCE (verified on film)[RF]
Universal-Dragnet prod. no. DR-34
17Apr69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by James Doherty
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Stacy Harris ...... Frank Baker
Len Wayland ....... Jack Courtney
Peter Duryea ...... Paul Reed
Clark Howat ....... Captain Brooks
Synopsis:
At a night school reunion, Joe meets Frank Baker, a member of the Fielder
Militia, a patriotic extremist group who claim to believe in law and order.

un-used production nos. <DR-1,2,3,4,8,9,23,24,25,26,>

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