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Starring Jack Webb & Harry Morgan 
Season 4 (NBC) (1969-70)
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


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NBC Thursdays 9:30 PM Eastern

4.01 Dragnet: PERSONNEL - THE SHOOTING (verified on film)[RF]  
18Sep69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Michael Donovan
Director of Photography: Benjamin H. Kline, A.S.C.
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Virginia Gregg ......... Virginia Miller
Veronica Cartwright .... Melissa Stevens
Harry Bartell .......... Dr. Linsey
William Boyett ......... Sgt. MacDonald
John Sebastian ......... Lawrence Shafner
Dennis McCarthy ........ Father Thomas
Marc Hannibal .......... 1st Officer
Robert Swan ............ Off. Frank Miller
Marco Antonio .......... Off. Rich Stevens
Synopsis:
Two uniformed police officers are wounded by bandits and fight for their
lives. Friday and Gannon try to make the waiting hours easier for the wives.

4.02 Dragnet: HOMICIDE III - THE STUDENT (verified on film)[RF]
25-Sep-1969 NBC Thur (rerun 14May70)
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Jack Smith
Director of Photography: Benjamin H. Kline, A.S.C.
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Virginia Gregg ...... Ada Beale
Kevin Coughlin ...... Jeff Buckram
Emily Banks ......... Ann Tipton
James McEachin ...... Coach Jake Mahler
Peggy Webber ........ Alice Philbin
Jill Banner ......... Nancy Morton
Herb Vigran ......... Al Sousa
Clark Howat ......... Lt. Bob Helder
Synopsis 1:
Friday and Gannon discover that their 18-year-old suspect in a double slaying
at a factory is an ardent reader of existential literature (Balzac, Flaubert, Baudelaire, etc.).
Synopsis 2:
The detectives search home, school and library for an unusual murder suspect:
a brooding college student who literally took a page from Flaubert's
"Legend of Saint Julian" - a famous short story about the joys of killing. [RF]

4.03 Dragnet: S.I.U. - THE RING (verified on film)[RF]
02Oct69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Robert C. Dennis
Director of Photography: Benjamin H. Kline, A.S.C.
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Anthony Eisley ......... Al Baylor
Louise Lorimer ......... Eloise Shearing
Stephanie Shayne ....... Rita Hanley
Larry Levine ........... Black Ten
Julie Bennett .......... Jan Petrie
Jimmie B. Smith ........ Lt. Danny Bowser
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon track down a burglary suspect and then uncover $25,000
worth of loot hidden in a highly unlikely spot.

4.04 Dragnet: D.H.Q. I - MEDICAL (verified on film)[RF]
09-Oct-1969 NBC Thur (rerun 28May70)
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:
Morris Erby ......... George Brownlea
Cyril Delevanti ..... Basil Jennings
Del Moore ........... Fred Pick
King Moody .......... John Murphy
Olan Soulé .......... Dr. Mackin
Grace Albertson ..... Miss Bradley
Ed Deemer ........... Officer Quinn
Sydney Soulé ........ Receptionist
Marco Antonio ....... Officer Sanchez
Synopsis 1:
Friday and Gannon work out of Central Receiving Hospital and deal with:
a mentally ill man who threatens violence, a dying assault victim, and
a "lost" senior citizen.
Synopsis 2:
In the county hospital's emergency ward, the officers probe cases that
involve a psychopath with a persecution complex, an elderly man suffering
a memory lapse, a man who brought in a dead woman, and the dying victim
of a shooting incident. [RF]

4.05 Dragnet: BURGLARY II - MISTER (verified on film)[RF]
a.k.a. "Mr. Daniel Lumis"
16Oct69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Burt Prelutsky
Director of Photography: Benjamin H. Kline, A.S.C.
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
John Hudson ............. Daniel Lumis
Amzie Strickland ........ Amanda Tucker
Virginia Vincent ........ Janice Lumis
Jack Sheldon ............ Chester Albertson
Michele Grumet .......... Doris Tucker
Alma Platt .............. Mrs. Kandell
Synopsis:
Daniel Lumis has stolen everything from his blind grandmother-in-law's house.
During the investigation Joe and Bill learn that Lumis has also forged checks,
jumped bail, and married another woman. He is also engaged to be married to a
third woman, with a plan to steal their joint honeymoon bank account after the wedding.

4.06 Dragnet: JUVENILE V - THE LITTLE PUSHER (verified on film)[RF]
23Oct69 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 Brubaker ....... Lee Daniels
Don Dubbins ........... Thomas Shore
James McEachin ........ Dr. Collins
Eve McVeagh ........... Mrs. Shore
Robert Clarke ......... Dr. Pine
Sarah Selby ........... Mrs. Rogers
Rodolfo Hoyos ......... Sgt. Dominguez
Ira Cook .............. 2nd Teacher
John Nolan ............ David Freeman
Wendy Howard .......... Elaine Freeman
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon track down a narcotics supplier. The trail leads to a
junior high school and eventually to a hippie's pad.

4.07 Dragnet: HOMICIDE IV - CIGARETTE BUTT (verified on film)[RF]
30Oct69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Alf Harris
Director of Photography: Benjamin H. Kline, A.S.C.
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Vic Perrin ........... Jack Burke
Henry Corden ......... Ned Jeffries
Than Wyenn ........... Rahmond
D.J. Anderson ........ Frances Burke
Don Ross ............. Off. Carl Freeman
Alfred Shelly ........ Off. Nelson
Charles Brewer ....... Off. Ken Phillips
Byron Bradley ........ Bob Kelly
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon nab a homicide suspect when the smoking habits of his victim
uncover an important clue.

4.08 Dragnet: D.H.Q. II - MISSING PERSON (verified on film)[RF]
13Nov69 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:
Jill Banner ........... Shirley Lawson
Joy Ellison ........... Barbara Cook
Peggy Webber .......... Mrs. Atkins
Howard Culver ......... Dr. Harper
Dee Carroll ........... Mrs. Lawson
Andrea King ........... Faye Wallis
Eve Brent ............. Mrs. Cook
Bert Holland .......... Mr. Duman
Rhoda Williams ........ Miss Fletcher
Don Ross .............. Off. Barrett
Synopsis:
Working out of Detective Headquarters, Friday and Gannon's hunt for a missing
juvenile takes them to a high school, a fashion salon, an optometrist's office, and a psychiatrist.
 
4.09 Dragnet: BURGLARY III - AUTO COURTROOM (verified on film)[RF]
20-Nov-1969 NBC Thur (rerun 21May70)
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Jack Barrett
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Lew Brown ........... Bob Simmons
Stacy Harris ........ Dan Mungol
Olan Soulé .......... Judge Burch Donohue
Maudie Prickett ..... Mrs. Gloria Chambers
Dick Whittinghill ... Dr. Jack Patterson
Don Ross ............ Don Hale
Morris Erby ......... First Bailiff
Sonja Dunson ........ Court Reporter
(Alfred Shelly as Man administering oath)(uncredited)
Synopsis 1:
Friday and Gannon testify in court against three burglary suspects, but
their case is in jeopardy over technicalities and the delayed appearance
of the state's key witness.
Synopsis 2:
A study in the policeman's role in court, in an auto-burglary case,
Friday and Gannon's testimony becomes particularly important when the
key witness is unavoidably delayed. [RF]

4.10 Dragnet: INTERNAL AFFAIRS II - PAROLEE (verified on film)[RF]
27-Nov-1969 NBC Thur (rerun 07May1970)
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb/ Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Michael Donovan
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Alice Backes ........ Bertha Johnson
Howard Culver ....... George Wentworth
Robert Brubaker ..... Richard Burns Sr.
Louise Lorimer ...... Alice Sutton
Clark Howat ......... Captain Ron Frankle
Tom Basham .......... Richard Burns
John Dennis ......... Tony
Synopsis 1:
Friday and Gannon investigate a 14-year-old crime committed by a Colorado
prisoner who cannot be released until the Los Angeles crime is cleared.
Synopsis 2:
Friday and Gannon retrace a 14-year-old investigation to determine whether
felony charges can still be brought against a man up for parole in Colorado. [RF]

4.11 Dragnet: BURGLARY IV - AUTO JUVENILE GENIUS (verified on film)[RF]
04Dec69 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Michael Donovan
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Bert Holland ......... Alexander Middleton
Don Ross ............. John Bingham
Howard Culver ........ Sam Enquist
Buddy Foster ......... James Chambers
Michael Tanner ....... Horace Thornton
David Gruner ......... Timothy Michaels
Len Wayland .......... Capt. Ken Green
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon probe a series of business burglaries and discover a
Fagin-like gang in operation.

4.12 Dragnet: BUNCO- $9,000 (verified on film)[RF]
11-Dec-1969 NBC Thur (rerun 25Jun70)
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Don Kilburn
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Dave Willock ........ Charlie Feeney
Nydia Westman ....... Myrtle Perriwinkle
Buddy Lester ........ Frank Bevonna
Davis Roberts ....... Reverend Martin
Sidney Clute ........ Al Roth
Stanley Adams ....... Paul Bakeman
Clark Howat ......... Capt. Frankel
Synopsis 1:
Friday and Gannon investigate the claim of Charlie Feeney (Willock), an
ex-vaudevillian-turned-wino who says he was cheated out of $9,000 he found on the street.
Synopsis 2:
The detectives must find a swindler who conned an old vaudevillian out of
$9000 in found money. Phase 2: locate the rightful owner of the cash. [RF]

[--] 18Dec69 - no details


[--] 01Jan70 - no details

4.13 Dragnet: NARCO III - MISSING HYPE (verified on film)[RF]
08Jan70 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Michael Donovan
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
Unknown ??? as Robert Jennings
With:
Vic Perrin .......... Ralph Thursdon
Len Wayland ......... Walt Aldrich
Marshall Reed ....... Fred Deemer
Virginia Vincent .... Shirley Aldrich
James McEachin ...... Off. Tim Miles
Mickey Sholdar ...... Peter Randolph
Kelley Sebring ...... Nancy Harris
Don Ross ............ Don Jones
Synopsis 1:
Friday and Gannon search for a 19-year-old former narcotics addict who is
feared to have returned to dope.
Synopsis 2:
The police search for a young parolee feared to be back on heroin. This
episode gives particular attention to the recognition of addiction symptoms. [RF]

[--] 15Jan70 - no details

4.14 Dragnet: BURGLARY V- HELPFUL WOMAN (verified on film) [RF]
22Jan70 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb/ Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Michael Donovan
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Nydia Westman .......... Martha Anderson
Julie Bennett .......... Evelyn Gentry
Ralph Moody ............ Chester Anderson
Ann Morgan Guilbert .... Bessie McDermott
Dick Whittinghill ...... Himself
Art Balinger ........... Capt. Ken Green
Ed Deemer .............. Sgt. Bert Crew
Don Ross ............... Carl Freeman
Lillian Powell ......... Edna Kissinger
Dorothy Morris ......... Betty Matthews
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon search for a woman who chooses elderly people as her
victims in an unusual theft scheme.

4.15 Dragnet: HOMICIDE V - WHO KILLED WHO? (verified on film)[RF]
29Jan70 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb/ Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Michael Donovan
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Jim B. Smith .......... Captain Brown
Herb Vigran ........... Paul Woods
Marshall Reed ......... Sgt. Higbee
Don Ross .............. Sgt. Doherty
Chuck Bowman .......... Jerry
Dennis McCarthy ....... Phil
Ed Deemer ............. Off. Bob Arnold
Alfred Shelly ......... Carl Freeman
Byron Bradley ......... Off. Jim Smith
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon answer a multiple homicide call at an old apartment house
and find two dead bodies, a wounded manager, and a shorted TV set.

4.16 Dragnet: BURGLARY VI - THE SON (verified on film)[RF]
05Feb70 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:
Robert Brubaker ........ Howard Haven
Dorothy Morris ......... Dorothy Haven
John Gilgreen .......... Albert Maddox
Robert Heinz ........... Ross Haven
Howard Culver .......... Pawnbroker
Lew Brown .............. Sgt. John Odom
Luana Patten ........... Cheryl Randall
Fred Holliday .......... Pete Stedman
Don Ross ............... Don Wallace
Sam Edwards ............ Henry Lipsome
Fredericka Myers ....... Girl
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon investigate a burglary in an upper-middle-class neighborhood
and trail the suspect into a world of small-time narcotics pushers.

4.17 Dragnet: I.A.D. III - THE WEEKEND (verified on film)[RF]
12Feb70 NBC Thur
Directed & Produced by Jack Webb /Associate Producer, Wm Stark
Written by Richard Neil Morgan
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Judy McConnell ....... Betsy Nichols
Jack Sheldon ......... Robert Bass
Herb Ellis ........... Dan Patrick
Rhoda Williams ....... Rhoda Bass
Synopsis:
Joe stays at Bill's Eagle Rock home for a weekend of "R&R" (rest & recreation)
while Bill's wife is in San Diego.

4.18 Dragnet: NARCO IV - PILL MAKER (verified on film)[RF]
19Feb70 NBC Thur
Produced & Directed by Jack Webb
Written by Alf Harris
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Sam Edwards .......... Fred Watkins
Stacy Harris ......... Michael Cooper Smith
Maudie Prickett ...... Mrs. Thelma Benstead
Lew Brown ............ Lt. Bob Kennedy
Felton Perry ......... Howie Frazer
Don Ross ............. Tom Evans
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon track down the "big" man behind a factory turning out
dangerous personality-changing drugs.

4.19 Dragnet: AUTO THEFT - DOG NAPPERS (verified on film) [RF]
26Feb70 NBC Thur
Produced & Directed by Jack Webb
Written by Michael Donovan
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
Guest Cast:
Tim Donnelly ............ Harry Jennings
James Minotto ........... Carl Barth
Don Ross ................ Charlie King
With:
Bert Holland ............ Myron Bently
Art Gilmore ............. Capt. Ken Green
Luana Anders ............ Eula Van Meter
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon trace a pair of thieves who steal dogs out of parked cars
and then collect rewards from the owners.

4.20 Dragnet: MISSING PERSONS - THE BODY (verified on film) [RF]
05-Mar-1970 NBC Thur (rerun 06Aug70)
Produced & Directed by Jack Webb
Written by Robert C. Dennis
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
Guest Cast:
Anthony Eisley ...... Thomas Dutcher
Virginia Gregg ...... Mrs. Campbell
Howard Culver ....... Matt Levecque
Ben Wright .......... Paul Overbeck
Luana Patten ........ Ruth Dutcher
Olan Soulé .......... Ned Harris
John Nolan .......... Walt Wright
Howard Culver ....... Matt Levecque
Don Ross ............ Sergeant Wayne Wolfer
Unknown Actress as Jane Doe/Inga (uncredited)
Synopsis 1:
Friday and Gannon have only two meager clues to determine the identity of a
young woman whose body is found off the Venice pier.
Synopsis 2:
Working with the slimmest of leads - a wad of paper and a distinctive ring
- the detectives try to identify a young woman whose body was found under a pier. [RF]

4.21 Dragnet: FORGERY - THE RANGER (verified on film) [RF]
12-Mar-1970 NBC Thur
Produced & Directed by Jack Webb
Written by Don Kilburn
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
Guest Cast:
Stacy Harris ........ Clifford Ray Owens alias Barney Regal
Judith McConnel ..... Karen Fields
Synopsis 1:
Friday and Gannon question a suspect in a bunco-forgery scheme involving credit cards.
Synopsis 2:
Friday and Gannon have their hands full with a real weirdo: an alleged
Forest Ranger with a compulsion to lecture, even in a police station.
But the suspect says nary a word about the large number of other people's
credit cards found in his possession. [RF]

4.22 Dragnet: D.H.Q. III - NIGHT SCHOOL (verified on film)[RF]
19-Mar-1970 NBC Thur
Produced & Directed by Jack Webb
written by Dick Morgan
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Leonard Stone ....... Prof. Grant
Harry Bartell ....... Carl
J.C. Curtiss ........ Jerry Morgan
Shannon Farnon ...... Barbara
Sidney Clute ........ Norm Cavanaugh
Robert Clarke ....... Bob
Tim Donnelly ........ Jack
Marion Charles ...... Kelly
NOT ON SCREEN CREDITS ...
(Vic Perrin as Attorney with Eyepatch ?)

Synopsis 1:
Joe signs up for a night class in "sensitivity," where people "let their hair down"
Synopsis 2:
Night school provides Friday with a practical course in the nature of
human nature. Forced to arrest a member of his psychology class for
possessing marijuana, Friday is accused of violating class trust
- and the question of his continued attendance is put to a vote. [RF]

4.23 Dragnet: I.A.D. IV - THE RECEIPT (verified on film)[RF]
26Mar70 NBC Thur
Produced & Directed by Jack Webb
Written by Michael Donovan
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Virginia Gregg ......... Agnes Emerson
Marshall Reed .......... Sgt. Norman Bivins
Len Wayland ............ Off. Earl Malone
Art Balinger ........... Captain McTighe
Don Ross ............... Lt. Cal Beeson
Marco Antonio .......... Garage Attendant
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon investigate two fellow detectives accused of stealing $800 from a dead man.

4.24 Dragnet 1970: ROBBERY II - THE HARASSING WIFE (verified on film)[RF]
02Apr70 NBC Thur
Produced & Directed by Jack Webb /Associate Producer Wm. Stark
Written by Alf Harris
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
Peggy Webber .......... Jean Sawyer
Herb Ellis ............ John Sawyer
Julie Bennett ......... Susan Fowler
Don Ross .............. Carl Freeman
Art Gilmore ........... Capt. Hugh Brown
Sidney Clute .......... Sam Golden
James McEachin ........ 2nd Officer
Marco Antonio ......... 1st Officer
Synopsis 1:
Friday and Gannon investigate several robberies for which an angry wife
blames her ex-convict husband.
Synopsis 2:
The detectives are harassed by a woman who calls in every time she
learns of an armed robbery in the neighborhood. She insists that her
estranged husband is responsible for each and every stick-up. [RF]

4.25 Dragnet: BURGLARY VII - BASEBALL (verified on film)[RF]
09Apr70 NBC Thur
Produced & Directed by Jack Webb
Written by Robert C. Dennis
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
With:
G.D. Spradlin ........ Arthur Leo Tyson
Jill Donohue ......... Claire Reavis
Virginia Gregg ....... Mrs. Mascall
Jack Sheldon ......... Darryl Walton
William Boyett ....... Ed Lovold
Stuart Nisbet ........ Fred Hinckle
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon track a safe burglar who commits his crime for "sport."

4.26 Dragnet: D.H.Q. IV - THE VICTIMS (verified on film)[RF]
16Apr70 NBC Thur
Produced & Directed by Jack Webb
Written by Michael Donovan
Director of Photography: Alric Edens
Starring: Jack Webb (Friday) Harry Morgan (Gannon)
Unknown Actor as Gus Jenks
With:
Howard Culver ........ Tim Walker
Virginia Capers ...... Mrs. Florence Bell
David Bond ........... Willard Wilbanks
Ralph Moody .......... Ernie Barnes
Herb Vigran .......... Erv Fowler
Ed Deemer ............ Attendant
Charles R. Brewer .... Off. Rick Myler
Michael Bow .......... Carl Brooks
Art Balinger ......... Lt. Joseph Lovretovich
Chuck Daniel ......... Off. Mark Jones
William Boyett ....... Off. Art Green
Chuck Bowman ......... Off. Jim Mills
Synopsis:
Friday and Gannon investigate a series of crimes including two homicides, an
armed robbery, and a purse-snatching.

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Summer Reruns
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[--] 07May70 rerun of "Internal Affairs II - Parolee" (first aired 27Nov69)
[--] 14May70 rerun of "Homicide III - The Student" (first aired 25Sep69)
[--] 21May70 rerun of "Burglary III - Auto Courtroom" (first aired 20Nov69)
[--] 28May70 rerun of "D.H.Q. I - Medical" (first aired 09Oct69)
[--] 04Jun70 rerun of "Narco III - Missing Hype" (first aired 08Jan70)
[--] 11Jun70 - no details
[--] 18Jun70 - no details
[--] 25Jun70 rerun of "Bunco - $9,000" Ifirst aired 11Dec69)

[--] 06Aug70 rerun of "Missing Persions - The Body" (first aired 05Mar70)

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Syndicated Episodes ????
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4.xx Dragnet: Burglary VIII-Auto Theft Division (1970/Synd/)
Tim Donnelly
John Nolan
Stuart Nisbet
Mickey Sholdar
Robert Brubaker
Vince Williams

4.xx Dragnet: Press Relations-Public Affairs Division (1970/Synd/)
Lew Brown
Douglas Kennedy
Edward Faulkner
Olan Soule
Bill Baldwin
Robert Clarke
Chuck Borman
Vince Williams

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