CTVA US Crime - "Enos" (WB/Lou Step/CBS) (1980-81) starring Sonny Shroyer

CTVA
The Classic TV Archive - US Crime Series

The Dukes Of Hazzard (1979-85)  -  Spin-Off series:  Enos (1980-81)
Enos (1980-81)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive
Writers Guild of America (wga)
----------
ENOS
----------
 Blackjack, Lou-Step production in association with Warner Brothers Television
Produced by B.W. Sandefur, James Heinz, George Lehr
for
CBS (Wednesdays 8pm ET) (20Nov80-19Sep81)

US Crime series 1980-81 17 episodes x 60 min
Staring:
Sonny Shroyer as Officer Enos Strate
Samuel E. Wright as Officer Turk Adams (his partner)
John Dehner as Lt. Jacob Broggi (their boss)
John Milford as Capt. Dempsey
Leo V. Gordon as Sgt. Theodore Kick
C. Peter Munro as Det. Bigalow

Premise:
Spin-off from The Dukes Of Hazzard (1979-85)
When Georgia's naive Deputy Enos Strate single-handedly captures two of America's most wanted felons in Hazzard
county he is recruited by the L.A.P.D. and teamed with Turk Adams. Stories relate to their investigations on behalf
of the Metro Squad's Division 8. Enos retutned to Hazzard County and "The Dukes of Hazard"
after his own show was canceled

##################### Enos ###################
#################### pilot ###################
##############################################

[--] The Dukes of Hazzard: ENOS - STRATE TO THE TOP (Crossover episode with "The Dukes of Hazzard" & "Enos")
<prod.> no. 167122 / 5Nov80 CBS Wed
Written by William Raynor & Miles Wilder / Directed by Rod Amateau
director of photography: Jack Whitman; film editor: Murray Jordan
CAST: Tom Wopat, John Schneider, Catherine Bach et al.
Enos leaves the Hazzard County Sheriff's Department for a special assignment
with the Los Angeles Police Department (also episode 001 of the series "Enos")

##################### Enos ###################
############## season 1 1980-81 ##############
##############################################
CBS Wednesdays 8:00-9:00pm Eastern

1.1 [--] Enos: UNCLE JESSE'S VISIT (pilot?)
12Nov80 CBS
Starring:
Sonny Shroyer ... Officer Enos Strate
Guest Cast:
Denver Pyle ... Uncle Jesse Duke (from "The Dukes of Hazzard")
[--] Enos (pilot)
prod. no. 206688 / prod. no. 166998
Gy Waldron Production, Inc., in association with Warner Brothers Television, a Warner Communications company.
Supervising producer: Rod Amateau
written by Gy Waldron / Directed by Rod Amateau.
director of photography: Jack Whitman / film editors: Chuck Montgomery & Dick Wormell.

1.2 [--] Enos: WHERE'S THE CORPUS?
prod. no. 167262 / 19Nov80 CBS Wed
Gy Waldron Production, Inc., in association with Warner Brothers Television
Produced by B. W. Sandefur and James Heinz
Written by B. W. Sandefur / Directed by Michael Caffey.
director of photography: Vincent A. Martinelli / film editor: Chuck Montgomery / music by Dennis McCarthy
Starring:
Sonny Shroyer ... Officer Enos Strate
Guest Cast:
Catherine Campbell
John Carter
David Damas
Chuck Hicks
Len Lesser
Dennis Madalone
Pete Munro

1.3 [--] Enos: GRITS AND GREENS STRIKE AGAIN
prod. no. 167261 / 26Nov80 CBS Wed
Gy Waldron production, in association with Warner Brothers Television
Produced by B. W. Sandefur and James Heinz
written by Gy Waldron / Directed by Rod Amateau.
director of photography: Vincent A. Martinelli / editor: Dick Wormell / music by Dennis McCarthy
Starring:
Sonny Shroyer ... Officer Enos Strate
Samuel E. Wright ... Officer Turk Adams
John Dehner ... Captain D
John Milford ... Sgt Theodore Kick r
Guest Cast:
Ike Eisenmann ... Banjo
Len Lesser ... Solly
Gloria Stuart ... Lilly
Dolph Sweet ... Doc
Enos and Turk are assigned to the mean streets of Los Angeles, where a crime boss (who puts on a black
glove when he wants to enforce his rule) has a group of teenagers pulling off thefts for him.
Gloria Stuart, seventeen years before Titanic, plays a retired woman who has taken one of the young
thieves under her wing and leads a community-activist group trying to reclaim her neighborhood.

1.4 [--] Enos: BLUE FLU
prod. no. 167263 / 10Dec80 CBS Wed
Produced by B. W. Sandefur and James Heinz
Written by Richard Christian Matheson & Thomas Szollosi / Directed by Hollingsworth Morse
director of photography: Vincent A. Martinelli / film editor: Robert M. Ross / music by Dennis McCarthy
Starring:
Sonny Shroyer ... Officer Enos Strate
Samuel E. Wright ... Officer Turk Adams
John Dehner ... Lt. Jacob Broggi
John Milford ... Captain Dempsey
Guest Cast:
Beverly Garland ... Judge Cantwell
L.Q. Jones ... Garrett

1.5 [--] Enos: HORSE COPS
prod. no. 167264 / 17Dec80 CBS Wed
Produced by James Heinz
Teleplay by William Kelley & Leonard Kaufman / Story by William Kelley / Directed by Bruce Kessler
director of photography: Vincent A. Martinelli / film editor: Dick Wormell / music by Dennis McCarthy
DCRE: 1980 DPUB: 16Dec80 DREG: 26May81
Sonny Shroyer ... Officer Enos Strate
James Best ... Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane (from "The Dukes of Hazzard")
John Dehner ... Lt. Jacob Broggi
Constance Forslund ... Karen
John Milford ... Captain Dempsey
Samuel E. Wright ... Officer Turk Adams

1.6 [--] Enos: SNOWJOB
prod. no. 167266 / 7Jan81 CBS Wed
Blackjack production in association with Warner Brothers Television, a Warner Communications company
Produced by James Heinz
Written by Jim Rogers & A. L. Christopher / Directed by Bernard McEveety
director of photography: Vincent A. Martinelli / film editor: Robert M. Ross / music by Dennis McCarthy
Starring:
Sonny Shroyer ... Officer Enos Strate
Samuel E. Wright ... Officer Turk Adams
John Dehner ... Lt. Jacob Broggi
John Milford ... Captain Dempsey
Guest Cast:
Don Stroud ... Joe
Kelley Miles ... Sue Ann

1.7 [--] Enos: THE HOUSE CLEANERS
prod. no. 167265 / 14Jan81 CBS Wed
Blackjack production in association with Warner Brothers Television, a Warner Communications company
Produced by George Lehr
Written by Milt Rosen / Directed by Robert Totten
director of photography: Vincent A. Martinelli / film editor: Chuck Montgomery / music by Dennis McCarthy
Starring:
Sonny Shroyer ... Officer Enos Strate
Samuel E. Wright ... Officer Turk Adams
John Dehner ... Lt. Jacob Broggi
John Milford ... Captain Dempsey
Guest Cast:
Morgan Woodward ... Chester Dade
Raymond St. Jacques ... Davis Burton

1.8 [--] Enos: ONE DAISY PER SUMMER
prod. no. 167267 / 21Jan81 CBS Wed
Blackjack production in association with Warner Brothers Television, a Warner Communications company
Produced by George Lehr
Teleplay by B. W. Sandefur & Jim Rogers / Story by B. W. Sandefur / Directed by Richard Bennett.
director of photography: Vincent A. Martinelli / film editor: Dick Wormell / music by Dennis McCarthy
Starring:
Sonny Shroyer ... Officer Enos Strate
Samuel E. Wright ... Officer Turk Adam
John Dehner ... Lt. Jacob Broggi
John Milford ... Captain Dempsey
Guest Cast:
Catherine Bach ... Daisy Duke (from "The Dukes of Hazzard")
Linden Chiles ... Cooper

1.9 [--] Enos: THE HEAD HUNTER
prod. no. 167268 /11Feb81 CBS Wed
Blackjack production in association with Warner Brothers Television, a Warner Communications company
Produced by James
Directed by Bernard McEveety
Starring:
Sonny Shroyer ... Officer Enos Strate
Guest Cast:
Joanna Cassidy
Billy Beck
Rex Benson
Thomas H. Middleton
Louisa Moritz

1.10 [--] Enos: THE HOSTAGE
prod. no. 167269 / 18Feb81 CBS Wed
Lou Step production in association with Warner Brothers Television, a Warner Communications company
Produced by James Heinz
Written by Ray Brenner / Directed by Bruce Kessler.
director of photography: Vincent A. Martinelli / film editors: Robert M. Ross & David Wages / music by Dennis McCarthy
Starring:
Sonny Shroyer ... Officer Enos Strate
Guest Cast:
George Caldwell
John Walter Davis
Janet Julian
Jack O'Leary

1.11 [--] Enos: NOW YOU SEE HIM, NOW YOU DON'T
prod. no. 167270 / 4Mar81 CBS Wed
Lou Step production in association with Warner Brothers Television, a Warner Communications company
Produced by James Heinz
Written by Stephen Thornley & Robert I. Holt / Directed by Michael Caffey
director of photography: Vincent A. Martinelli / film edited by Dick Wormell & Chuck Montgomery / music by Dennis McCarthy
Starring:
Sonny Shroyer ... Officer Enos Strate
Guest Cast:
Weldon Bleiler
Kimberli Bronson
Owen Bush
Ancel Cook
John Craig
Carolyn DeMirjian
Britt Leach
Kitty Ruth-Moffat
Greg Mullavey
Charles Thomas Murphy

1.12 [--] Enos: ONCE AND FUR ALL
prod. no. 167271 / 11Mar81 CBS Wed
Lou Step production in association with Warner Brothers Television, a Warner Communications company
Produced by James Heinz
Written by Jim Rogers / Directed by Bruce Kessler.
director of photography: Vincent A. Martinelli / film edited by David Wages & Robert M. Ross / music by Dennis McCarthy
Starring:
Sonny Shroyer ... Officer Enos Strate
Guest Cast:
Greta Blackburn
James Bond III
Tanya Boyd
Eddie Marquez ... Hobie
Maidie Norman
Richard Reicheg

1.13 [--] Enos: COPS AT SEA
prod. no. 167272 / 18Mar81 CBS Wed
Lou Step production in association with Warner Brothers Television, a Warner Communications company
Produced by James Heinz
Written by Simon Muntner / Directed by Donald McDougall
director of photography: Vincent A. Martinelli / film edited by Chuck Montgomery & Dick Wormell / music by Dennis McCarthy
Starring:
Sonny Shroyer ... Officer Enos Strate
Starimg
Grainger Hines
Basil Hoffman
Shepherd Sanders
Ivan Saric ... Mate

1.14 Enos: THE MOONSHINERS SERENADE
prod. no. 167273 / 1Apr81 CBS Wed
Lou-Step production in association with Warner Brothers Television
Produced by James Heinz
Directed by Dennis Donnelly
Starring:
Sonny Shroyer ... Officer Enos Strate
Guest Cast:
Cal Haynes
Doug Heyes Jr.
Rebecca Holden
F. William Parker
Curtis Taylor
Garth Wilton

1.15 Enos: THE SHAMING OF THE SHREW
prod. no. 167274 / 8Apr81 CBS Wed
Lou-Step production in association with Warner Brothers Television
Produced by James Heinz
Written by Leo V. Gordon / Directed by Hollingsworth Morse
director of photography: Vincent A. Martinelli
Starring: Sonny Shroyer as Officer Enos Strate
Guest Cast:
John Colton
Art Evans
Arthur Monde
Bennie Moore
Rita Taggart

1.16 [--] Enos: PISTOL PACKING ENOS
prod. no. 167275 / 15Apr81 CBS Wed
Lou Step production in association with Warner Brothers Television
Produced by James Heinz
Directed by Dennis Donnelly
Starring:
Sonny Shroyer as Officer Enos Strate
Guest Cast:
Tim Donnelly
Paul Gale
Jon Korkes
Mary Angela

1.17 [--] Enos: FOREVER BLOWING BAUBLES (final episode)
prod. no. 167276 / 22Apr81 CBS Wed
Lou-Step production in association with Warner Brothers Television
Produced by James Heinz
Directed by Bernard McEveety
Starring:
Sonny Shroyer ... Officer Enos Strate
Samuel E. Wright ... Officer Turk Adams
John Dehner ... Lt. Jacob Broggi
John Milford ... Capt. Dempsey
Leo V. Gordon ... Sgt. Theodore Kirk
William Schallert ... Announcer (voice)
Guest Cast:
Michael Ensign ... Trapnell
Denise Gordy ... Laura
Robert Hogan ... Dawson
Hettie Lynne Hurtes
Earl Montgomery
Joanne Nail ... Dina
Nina Hairston ... Lucille
Alfre Woodard ... Darlene

##################### Enos ###################
################## the end #################
##############################################

 Have you any comments, corrections, episode titles, air dates, production numbers, directors, writers, story/synopsis, guest stars, cast lists, etc?
Have you any old videos, or tv guides? Dust them off and let us know if you have any information on this series or any other tv series from the
Golden Age of TV, which is missing from any episode guides on the web. Perhaps a certain episode of a particular series coincided with a key
moment in your life, or in world events - and or has left a vivid memory of when it was shown. Let us know. Would you like to see any other
tv series guides on this site? If so please e-mail The Classic TV Archive - see Feedback below.
This guide may be distributed and copied freely, in its entirety, for personal use. All original author and copyright information must
remain intact. Any sales or other uses of this document are expressly forbidden, without the specific consent of the author(s).
Copyright The Classic TV Archive. All rights reserved.

Return to The Classic TV Archive Home Page
Feedback