CTVA US Crime - "The Felony Squad" (TCF/ABC) Season 2 (1967-68)

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Starring Howard Duff & Dennis Cole
Season 2 (ABC) (1967-68)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Mark Speck
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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 ABC Mondays at 9.00-9:30pm Eastern
Produced by Philip Saltzman (26 episodes)
(air dates not known for seasons 2 & 3, copyright dates shown)

2.01 [31] The Felony Squad: LET HIM DIE!
Prod. no. 1904 (copyright date 31Aug67)
Written by Tony Barrett
Directed by George McCowan
guest cast:
Philip Bourneuf ....... Benedictus
Lawrence Dane ......... Metz
Abraham Sofaer ........ Leander
Jon Kowal ............. Dr. Weaver
Robert Book ........... Zahn
Richard Compton ....... Intern
Jacques Denbeaux ...... Charlie Feld
Paul Napier ........... Cal
Jack Garner ........... Hangar Man
plus recurring character
Barney Phillips ....... Capt. Ed Franks
An assassin critically wounds a visiting dignitary, and Stone and Briggs must thwart the killer's plan to finish
the job by blowing up an entire hospital. [MS]

2.02 [32] The Felony Squad: THE COUNTERFEIT COP
Prod. no. 1901 (copyright date 5Sep67)
Written by Art Wallace
Directed by Walter Grauman
guest cast:
Harry Townes ......... Carl Markham
Paul Carr ............ Joe Lennox
Tom Reese ............ Roxy Hammond
Ross Elliott ......... Carruthers
William Benedict ..... Clerk
John Armond .......... Rizzo
Thom Carney .......... Bartender
Arthur Adams ......... 2nd Man
plus recurring character
Barney Phillips ...... Capt. Ed Franks
Stone goes undercover to thwart a gang of counterfeiters, but his cover is soon blown. [MS]

2.03 [33] The Felony Squad: A MOST PROPER KILLING
Prod. no. 1903 (copyright date 14Sep67)
Written by Franklin Barton
Directed by Walter Grauman
guest cast:
Peter Bromilow ....... Harry Wade
Don Keefer ........... Harry Jocelyn
William Beckley ...... Dandy Phelps
Michael Stanwood ..... Airline Clerk
Sidney Clute ......... Cab Driver
Terry Naylor ......... Airline Info Girl
Dick Dial ............ Det. Boyd
The Squad entertains a visitor from Scotland Yard, Inspector Murchison, who's trailing jewel thief Dandy Phelps.
What they don't know is that the real Murchison was murdered upon arriving at the airport, and that their guest is
really Harry Wade, Phelps' double-crossed partner, who's out to gain sole control of the stolen jewels. [MS]

2.04 [34] The Felony Squad: THE 30-GRAM KILL
Prod. no. 1906 (copyright date 20Sep67)
Teleplay by Tony Barrett / Story by Don Tait & Willian Koenig.
Directed by George McCowan
guest cast:
Bradford Dillman ...... Chris Merritt
George Furth .......... George Dunn
Ross Elliott .......... Norman Braddock
Shotgun Britton ....... Charlie Barnes
Vince Howard .......... Policeman
Carol Byron ........... Shirl Scott
Sam and Jim keep close watch on a playboy pharmaceutical salesman and his timid buddy, whom they suspect in a
theft and murder at a drug laboratory. [MS]

2.05 [35] The Felony Squad: THE DEATH BAG
Prod. no. 1905 (copyright date 26Sep67)
Written by Tony Barrett
Directed by Charles Rondeau
guest cast:
Collin Wilcox ......... Ellie Walker
Mort Mills ............ Louie "Mr. A" Antonides
William Swan .......... Harry Walker
Vince Howard .......... Patrolman
Rory Stevens .......... Boy
Benny Baker ........... Cab Driver
John Baer ............. Doctor
Larry Anthony ......... Fuller
Donald Hannum ......... Young Hood
Luis De Cordova ....... Guido
plus recurring character
Barney Phillips .......Capt. Ed Franks
The critically injured survivor of an auto accident has a bag with a huge sum of money in his possession, and Sam
suspects that he's a syndicate courier. When thugs threaten to kill the man's family unless they get their money,
Jim poses as the courier to complete the delivery. [MS]

2.06 [36] The Felony Squad: THE DEADLY JUNKMAN
Prod.no. 1902 (copyright date 3Oct67)
Written by Don Brinkley
Directed by William Hale
guest cast:
Ivan Dixon ............ Terry Carew
Joseph Ruskin ......... Leo Braden
Nate Esformes ......... Taxi
Clint Ritchie ......... Eddie
Garth Pillsbury ....... Officer #1
Stuart Nisbet ......... Porter
Dick Enberg ........... Newsman
plus recurring character
Barney Phillips (Capt. Ed Franks)
Sam persuades Terry Carew, a former football star turned pitiful junkie, to help him nail pusher Braden. [MS]

2.07 [37] The Felony Squad: THE PAT HAND OF DEATH
Prod. no. 1910 (copyright date 19Oct67)
Written by Tony Barrett (on film)
written by Robert E. Thompson (on copyright)
Directed by Sutton Roley
guest cast:
Dan Tobin ............. Whittaker
Leon Askin ............ Tokat
Pamela Curran ......... Kathy Campbell
Ivan Triesault ........ Mannheim
Richard Bull .......... Arthur Lacey
Maurine Dawson ........ Peggy Doyle
Lawrence Dane ......... Garth
Sam Edwards ........... John Chambers
Henry Hunter .......... Pharmacist (Mr. Willard)
Dick Dial ............. Manager
A player in a bizarre poker game aboard a yacht bets his life and loses, and Jim and a gorgeous policewoman pose
as high rollers to enter the game and nail the killers. [MS]

2.08 [38] The Felony Squad: HIT AND RUN, RUN, RUN
Prod. no. 1907 (copyright date 20Sep67)
Written by Dan Ullman
Directed by Seymour Robbie
guest cast:
Martin Milner ......... Thomas Glynn
Mark Lenard ........... George Venter
Vic Tayback ........... Tony Oliver
Jason Wingreen ....... Collier
John Ragin ............ Doctor (Dr. Sutherland)
Harry Raybould ........ Hank
Ben Aliza ............. Lab Technician
Rosanna Huffman ....... Nurse
Sam's suspicions are aroused when a hit-and-run driver returns to the scene to confess, but no body can be found. [MS]

2.09 [39] The Felony Squad: TIME OF TRIAL
Prod. no. 1909 (copyright date 1Nov67)
Written by Robert E. Thompson
Directed by Gerd Oswald
guest cast:
Patricia Barry ........ Ellen Vincent
R.G. Armstrong ........ Arnie Kale
Anna Lee .............. Martha Lindley
Thom Carney ........... Ed Parks
Joe Conley ............ Cabbie
Paul Napier ........... Reporter
Elmer Medlin .......... Doctor
plus recurring character
Len Wayland ........... D.A. Adam Fisher
A beautiful young lady disappears before she is to give damning testimony against racketeer Arnie Kale in a
murder trial, and Sam and Jim suspect that she has been lured into a trap. [MS]

2.10 [40] The Felony Squad: WHO'LL TAKE CARE OF JOEY?
Prod. no. 1915 (copyright date 8Nov67)
Written by Tony Barrett
Directed by Herbert Hirschman
guest cast:
Robert Drivas ......... Joey Cahill
Phyllis Hill .......... Paula Mears
Priscilla Morrill ..... Liz McCready
Beatrice Straight ..... Victoria Cahill
Sam reacquaints himself with an old girlfriend, whose charming but troubled brother is involved in jewel
theft and murder. [MS]

2.11 [41] The Felony Squad: MY MOMMY GOT LOST
Prod. no. 1916 (copyright date 15Nov67)
Written by Robert Heverly
Directed by George McCowan
guest cast:
Antoinette Bower ...... Betty Lasher
Joe Don Baker ......... Shep Taubs
Melinda Plowman ....... Suellen Taubs
Joe Mell .............. Pharmacist
Bernard Fein .......... Tom Baughmiller
Michael Link .......... Jackie Lasher
J. Leslie Paris ....... Newsman
A young boy tells Sam that his mother, a nurse, "got lost" while they were playing hide-and-seek, and a subsequent
investigation reveals that she's been kidnapped by a deranged country singer who wants her to treat his critically
wounded wife. [MS]

2.12 [42] The Felony Squad: ORDEAL BY TERROR
Prod. no. 1912 (copyright date 24Nov67)
Teleplay by Philip Saltzman / Story by William Kayden
Directed by Lawrence Dobkin
guest cast:
Beau Bridges .......... Beau
Loretta Leversee ...... Joanne Harrison
Jack Hogan ............ Warren Harrison
James Gammon .......... Mickey
Peter Lazer ........... Glenn Harrison
Vince Howard .......... Motorcycle Cop
Arthur Peterson ....... Man in Bathrobe
Jacques Denbeaux ...... Harley
Sam and Jim aid a department store manager whose wife and son were kidnapped after a robbery gone awry. [MS]

2.13 [43] The Felony Squad: AN ARRANGEMENT WITH DEATH pt 1
2.14 [44] The Felony Squad: AN ARRANGEMENT WITH DEATH pt 2
Prod. nos. 1913/1914 (copyright dates 1/7Dec67)
Written by Franklin Barton
Directed by George McCowan
guest cast:
Harold J. Stone ....... Joe Stengl
David Opatoshu ........ Carl Luther
Michael Conrad ........ Zachary
Morgan Sterne ......... Keefer
Natalie Trundy ........ Christina
Hank Brandt ........... Earl
Bill Quinn ............ Burke
Marion Ross ........... Nurse
Blaisdel Makee ........ Paco
Anna Mizrahi .......... Anna
Jorge Moreno .......... Mexican Police Chief
John J. Burns ......... Bodyguard
plus recurring character
Barney Phillips ....... Capt. Ed Franks
Part One: Sam and Jim travel to Central America to bring back deposed syndicate chieftain Stengl so he can testify
against his successor and brother-in-law Luther, but unwittingly walk into an ambush. [MS]
Part Two: While Sam and Jim are traveling back to the States with Stengl, Luther's men take Dan and Stengl's
comatose daughter hostage. [MS]

2.15 [45] The Felony Squad: NO SAD SONGS FOR CHARLIE
Prod. no. 1921 (copyright date 14Dec67)
Written by Earl Felton
Directed by Gerd Oswald
guest cast:
Simon Oakland ......... Charles Murdock
Philip Carey .......... Tillery Gage
Jack Lambert .......... Novak
Adrienne Marden ....... Lady Passenger
Jack Garner ........... Salvage Captain
Wayne Sutherlin ....... Messenger
Coby Denton ........... Stewart
Sam and Jim witness a boat explosion that killed a veteran cop, but their suspicions are fueled when no body can
be found, and it's also discovered that the dead man was working as a private operative for an old friend who's
being blackmailed. [MS]

2.16 [46] The Felony Squad: BED OF STRANGERS
prod. no. 1911 (copyright date 26Oct67)
Written by Jack Turley
Directed by James Sheldon
guest cast:
Charles Aidman ....... Charles DeClose
Joanne Linville ...... Elizabeth DeClose
Skip Ward ............ Hayworth
Pamela Dunlap ........ Carol Hanson
Paul Vincent ......... Skip Laster
Lori Lehman .......... Cindy
Elaine Boudreaux ..... Small Girl
Sam and Jim must pursue a harried executive who flew into a murderous rage after discovering his wife's affair
with a tennis instructor. [MS]

2.17 [47] The Felony Squad: KILLING, COUNTRY STYLE
prod. no. 1922 (copyright date 28Dec67)
Teleplay by Robert Heverly / Story by Judith & Robert Guy Barrows
Directed by George McCowan (on film)
directed by Lawrence Dobkin (on copyright)
guest cast:
Pat Hingle ........... Sheriff Calvin Cable
Scott Brady .......... Gus Mills
Gail Kobe ............ Cindy Holmes
Woodrow Parfrey ...... Eddie Rade
Dee Carroll .......... Alma Mills
Frederic Downs ....... Dress Shop Owner
John Armond .......... Jimmy Hines
John Gilgreen ........ Parking Lot Attendant
Sam and small town Sheriff Cal Cable pursue the same girl for different reasons: Sam needs her testimony to convict
mob boss Gus Mills for murder, while the corrupt sheriff wants to silence her. [MS]

2.18 [48] The Felony Squad: THE FLIP SIDE OF FEAR pt 1
2.19 [49] The Felony Squad: THE FLIP SIDE OF FEAR pt 2
prod. no. 1919 (copyright dates 4/11Jan68)
Written by Don Brinkley
Directed by George McCowan
guest cast:
Roddy McDowall ....... Ollie Olds
Lynda Day ............ Julie Brown
Michael Christian .... Perke
Jon Shank ............ Bolo
Ross Elliott ......... William Torrence
Venita Wolf .......... Secretary
Paul Kent ............ Doctor
Thom Carney .......... Thurston
Part one: The body of the manager of singer Julie Brown washes up on the beach, and Sam and Jim take on ruthless
record executive Ollie Olds, who is out to sign the young singer to a contract. [MS]
Part two: Jim's concern for Julie almost costs him his life, and he and Sam must prove that Olds is trying to control
her through massive doses of LSD. [MS]

2.20 [50] The Felony Squad: THE LOVE VICTIM
prod. no. 1918 (copyright date 25Jan68)
Teleplay by Robert Heverly & Anthony Lawrence / Story by Anthony Lawrence
Directed by Nicholas Colasanto
guest cast:
Julie Sommars ......... Susan Douglas
Michael Callan ........ Tycer Edwards
Richard Anderson ...... Charles Douglas
Martine Bartlett ...... Leona Crawford
Roy Jenson ............ Roby
A beautiful but naive heiress is led to believe that a potential suitor wants to elope with her, unaware that he's
really a kidnapper out for a big payday. Her rich and powerful father hinders the investigation by trying to handle
the situation without the cops. [MS]

2.21 [51] The Felony Squad: THE DEADLY ABDUCTORS
prod. no. 1917 (copyright date 1Feb68)
Written by Jerry Devine
Directed by Howard Duff
guest cast:
John Larch ........... Jonah Clinton
Larry Perkins ........ Hank
James Davidson ....... Whit
Charles Briles ....... Bobby Clinton
Pitt Herbert ......... Purser
Eric Matthews ........ Longie
George Dunn .......... Watchman
plus recurring character
Barney Phillips ...... Capt. Ed Franks
Sam and another cop are ambushed while transporting a witness, and the witness is kidnapped. While Sam is recovering
in the hospital, Jim and Dan pursue the punkish abductors who want their hostage, a reformed safecracker, to assist
them in a burglary. [MS]

2.22 [52] The Felony Squad: NIGHTMARE ON A DEAD-END STREET
prod. no. 1925 (copyright date 12Feb68)
Written by Richard Landau
Directed by Ron Kelly
guest cast:
Gerald S. O'Loughlin ... Cal Wolff
Roger Perry ........... Eddie Crisp
Linda Marsh ........... Roberta Crewes
Ellen Corby ........... Mrs. Smory
Phil Terry ............ Dr. Spark
Dick Dial ............. Eel
Vince Howard .......... Surveillance Guy
David Morick .......... Queen
Three attempts on Jim's life have him in hiding while Sam and Dan try to figure out why mob boss Cal Wolff wants
the young cop dead. [MS]

2.23 [53] The Felony Squad: EPITAPH FOR A COP
prod. no. 1924 (copyright date 5Feb68)
Teleplay by Jack Morton and Norman Klenman (on film) / Story by Jack Morton (on film)
[teleplay by Adrian Spies & Norman Klenman (on copyright) / Story by Adrian Spies (on copyright)]
Directed by George McCowan
guest cast:
Don Gordon ............ Mace Baker
Tom Fielding .......... LeRoy Baker
Rodolfo Hoyos ......... Pepe Enciras
Carol Kane ............ Donna Mae Coble
Renata Vanni .......... Mrs. Enciras
Paul Napier ........... Reporter #1
plus recurring character
Barney Phillips (Capt. Ed Franks)
Two murderous brothers are out for revenge against Stone, who killed their other brother years before during a shootout. [MS]

2.24 [54] The Felony Squad: MAN ON FIRE
prod. no. 1908 (copyright date 20Feb68)
Written by Jerome Ross
Directed by George McCowan
guest cast:
John Fiedler ......... B.G. "Bug" Travis
Alan Hewitt .......... Felix Rindells
Don Briggs ........... Harold Pardway
A veteran cop dies in a warehouse fire, putting Stone and Briggs on the trail of an arsonist for hire whom they must
stop from setting fire to a freighter full of plastic goods. [MS]

2.25 [55] The Felony Squad: IMAGE OF EVIL
prod. no. 1923 (copyright date 29Feb68)
Written by Bob Barbash
Directed by Lawrence Dobkin
guest cast:
Kevin McCarthy ....... Virgil Haney
James Wainwright ..... Ernie Baker
Paul Picerni ......... Walt Petrie
Karen Huston ......... Ruth Jessup
John Ragin ........... Hal Jessup
Eric Sinclair ........ Senator George Stoker
Jacques Denbeaux ..... Walsh
Suspecting that the bizarre death of a public relations man was no accident, Stone goes head-to-head with the dead man's
ruthless boss, a powerful image maker who sets out to discredit the veteran cop. [MS]

2.26 [56] The Felony Squad: THE HUMAN TARGET
prod. no. 1926 (copyright date 7Mar68)
Teleplay by Norman Klenman / Story by Ellis Kadison & Joel Kane.
Directed by Herbert Hirschman
guest cast:
Ron Soble ............ Joe Morales
Russell Johnson ...... Tye Laughlin
Leila Goldoni ........ Rita Chavez
June Dayton .......... Mrs. McNair
Nick Georgiade ....... 1st Guard
Pat O'Hara ........... Old Man
Mark Bailey .......... 2nd Guard
Joe Morales, an ex-con whom Sam helped obtain a warehouse job, is suspected of breaking into the safe and killing
his new boss, but Sam suspects that the young man was set up. [MS]

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