CTVA US Crime - "Ironside" (Universal/NBC) Season 1 (1967-68) Raymond Burr

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Starring Raymond Burr; Also Starring: Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, Barbara Anderson
Season 1 (NBC) (1967-68)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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 IRONSIDE (2 hr Pilot TV Film)
28Mar67
Universal Presentation
Produced by Collier Young
Teleplay by Don M.Mankiewicz
Based on a Story by Collier Young
Directed by James Goldstone
Director of Photography John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Music by Quincy Jones
Starring
Raymond Burr
Also Starring: (opening credits)
Geraldine Brooks
Wally Cox
Kim Darby
David Sheiner
Lilia Skala
Co-Starring:(opening credits)
Gene Lyons
Don Galloway
Barabara Anderson
Donald Mitchell
San Francisco's chief of detectives Robert T. Ironside
is crippled for life after a shooting, but traps his
attacker. Pilot for a series that ran eight years.

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NBC Thursdays 8:30-9:30 pm
Executive Producer Frank Price / Collier Young

1.01 [--] Ironside: MESSAGE FROM BEYOND
14-Sep-1967 NBC Thur
Executive Producer Frank Price/ Produced by James McAdams
Associate Producer, Jeannot Szwarc
Written by Don M. Mankiewicz
Directed by Michael Caffey
Director of Photography, Benjamin H. Kline, A.S.C.
Guest Star:
Gene Evans
Special Guest Star:
James Gregory
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Gene Lyons ............. The Commissioner (recurring)
George Chandler ........ George Bently
Ken Lynch .............. Russ Quinn
With:
Kathleen Freeman ....... Helga
Kent McCord ............ Kellogg
Larry J. Blake ......... Auctioneer
Alma Platt ............. Martha Bently
Bill Du Frene .......... Communications Officer
Jimmy Joyce ............ 1st Dealer
John R. McKee .......... 2nd Dealer
Lee Miller ............. 1st Man
Lou Straley ............ 2nd Man
Dick Russell ........... 3rd Man
Dallas Mitchell ........ The Sergeant
And:
Madlyn Rhue ............ Margaret Blackwell
Synopsis:
A racetrack robbery sets the wheels turning on a tricky
case for Ironside.

1.02 [--] Ironside: THE LEAF IN THE FOREST
21-Sep-1967 NBC Thur
Executive Producer, Collier Young
Produced by James McAdams / Assoc Pr, Jeannot Szwarc
Written by Don M. Mankiewicz
Directed by Leo Penn
Director of Photography, Benjamin H. Kline, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
John Larch ......... Pierre Dupont
Edward Andrews ..... Mason Baylis
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Barbara Barrie ............. Myra Dupont
Gene Lyons ................. The Commissioner (recurring)
With:
Henry Beckman .............. Orator
Lillian Bronson ............ Esther Garrison
Joe Finnigan ............... 1st Reporter
Vernon Scott ............... 2nd Reporter
Robert Ellenstein .......... Marty
Sean Kennedy ............... 1st Hippie
John Rubinstein ............ 2nd Hippie
And:
Bert Freed ................. Detective Keeley
Synopsis 1:
Lonely old women are being strangled, and Chief Ironside believes
that there is more to it than just a serial killer at work. Setting
Eve up as a potential victim requires a little ingenuity, but it  might just prove to be worth the effort.
Synopsis 2 :
A serial strangler is the prime suspect in the murder of an old lady. But Ironside has other ideas.
Synopsis 3:
Ironside searches for a clever killer who uses a phantom strangler's wave
of terror to mask a murder of his own. [RF]

1.03 [--] Ironside: DEAD MAN'S TALE
28-Sep-1967 NBC Thur
Executive Producer, Frank Price
Produced by James McAdams/ Assoc Pr, Jeannot Szwarc
Teleplay by Don A. Brinkley & Don L. Mankiewicz
Story by Don L. Mankiewicz
Directed by Don Weis
Director of Photography, Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.
Guest Star:
Jack Lord ............... John Trask
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Susanne Cramer ........... Tina Masson
Gene Lyons ............... The Commissioner(recurring)
Simon Scott .............. Warren Stuart
With:
Ben Wright ............... Dr. Leon Chaffee
Byron Morrow ............. Mr. Gregory
Frank Gerstle ............ Eddie Burns
John Goddard ............. Ernie Greco
Stuart Nisbet ............ Luther Carson
Robert Turnbull .......... Beeker
Synopsis 1:
A notorious gangster (Simon Scott) is preparing to turn State's evidence
when he is murdered, but Ironside pretends that the man is still
alive, and ready to talk, in order to catch the killer and nail a major criminal (Jack Lord).
Jack Lord (Steve McGarrett from Hawaii Five-O) makes
a rare appearance outside Hawaii in this gangland murder mystery.
Synopsis 2:
To dethrone crime czar John Trask, Ironside spreads a rumor that a
murdered hood is alive and willing to talk.

1.04 [--] Ironside: EAT, DRINK AND BE BURIED
05-Oct-1967 NBC Thur
Executive Producer Collier Young
Produced by James McAdams/ Assoc Pr, Jeannot Szwarc
Written by Tony Barrett
Directed by William Graham
Director of Photography, Ray Flin
Guest Stars:
Lee Grant .............. Francesca Kirby
Farley Granger ......... Mitch Kirby
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Richard Anderson ....... Darren Sanford
With:
Joanne Medley .......... Annie Royer
Susanne Benton ......... Model
Maria Lennard .......... Doris Keller
And:
Quincy Jones ........... Les Appleton
*
John Lodge ......... Durant (uncredited)
Lee Miller ......... Shipper (uncredited)
Synopsis 1:
When TV personality Francesca Kirby starts to receive death threats,
her old friend Robert T. Ironside is soon on the case. When the
threats become attempts on her life, he begins to delve deeper. Will he like what he finds?
Synopsis 2:
There's no lack of suspects when an unscrupulous advice columnist is threatened with murder. [RF]

1.05 [--] Ironside: THE TAKER
12-Oct-1967 NBC Thur
Executive Producer Frank Price
Produced by David J. Connell / Assoc. Pr, Jeannot Szwarc
Teleplay by Irving Gaynor Neiman and Winston Miller
Story by Irving Gaynor Neiman
Directed by Don Weis
Director of Photography, Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Mark Richman ....... Daryll Frazer
Robert Alda ........ Johnny Utrecht
William Schallert... Simon Arkoff
Jan Shepard ........ Adrienne May
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Gene Lyons .............. The Commissioner(recurring)
Cyril Delevanti ......... Commodore Wallace
With:
Ernest Anderson ......... Butler
Gail Bonney ............. 1st Secretary (Commissioner Randall's Secretary)
Bebe Louie .............. Weather Official
Barbara Bell Wright ..... 2nd Secretary (Fraser's Secretary)
Lee Miller .............. Man (in Lobby)
Virgil Frye ............. Detective Andy Anderson
Synopsis 1:
A policeman known to Ironside for some years is shot dead whilst on
an investigation. The evidence points to him being crooked, but the
Chief is determined to prove otherwise.
Synopsis 2:
An unsolved homicide case enters the picture as Ironside sets out to
vindicate a murdered policeman suspected of being a blackmailer. [RF]

1.06 [--] Ironside: AN INSIDE JOB
19-Oct-1967 NBC Thur
Executive Producer Frank Price / Produced by Cy Chermak
written by Sy Salkowitz
Directed by Charles S. Dubin
Guest Stars:
John Saxon ......... Carter
Norman Fell ........ Capt. Lauren
Don Stroud ......... Bains
*
Co-Starring: (end credits not verified)
John Alvin ........ Clerk
Eileen Wesson ...... Pretty Girl
Harry Hickox ....... Lt. Gold
*
Will J. White ...... Moose
Ben Hammer ......... Flagg
Michael Harris ..... Charlie
Cal Bartlett ....... Officer
Tyler McVey ........ TV Man
Robert Karnes ...... Policeman
Ken Renard ......... Cleaning Man
Synopsis 1:
A brace of desperate killers put Ironside in a tight spot when they force him to come up with a perfect escape plan.
Synopsis 2:
Ironside and Eve are held by two killers who want the Chief to help them escape. [RF]

1.07 [--] Ironside:  TAGGED FOR MURDER
26-Oct-1967 NBC Thur
Executive Producer Collier Young/ Produced by James McAdams
written by Art Weingarten
Directed by Charles S. Dubin
Guest Stars:
Jack Kelly ......... Corman
Gene Nelson ........ Sheldon
Antoinette Bower.... Andra Bellingham
*
Co-Starring: (end credits NOT verified)
Bruce Lee ......... Leon Soo
Bert Freed ......... Sgt. Cable
Roger De Koven ..... General
Arthur Adams ....... Doctor
Marjorie Bennett.... Grouchy Hotel Clerk
Lenore Kingston .... Maid
Synopsis 1:
Martial arts hero Bruce Lee plays himself in this tale of ex-GIs wiped out on the basis of their dog tags.
Synopsis 2:
Ironside's only clue to a murderer six GI serial numbers scratched in the victim's watch case. [RF]

1.08 [--] Ironside: LET MY BROTHER GO
02-Nov-1967 NBC Thur
Executive producer Frank Price
Produced by Cy Chermak / Assoc. Pr. Jeannot Szwarc
written by Donn Mullally
Directed by Don Weis
Director of Photography: William Margulies, A.S.C.
Guest Star:
Ivan Dixon ......... Charles 'Bat' Masterson
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Don Marshall ........ Joe Masterson
Maidie Norman ...... Natalie Masterson
Ena Hartman ......... Betty Masterson
With:
Peter Mamakos ....... Georgie Main
Kirk Kirksey ........ Ernie
James La Sane ....... Ralph
John Sebastian ...... Ed Harris
Robert Pearson ...... Bake
Synopsis 1:
Ironside struggles to keep a group of local youngsters on the straight and
narrow, and enlists the help of gridiron star:
Synopsis 2:
A moral tale about a footballer who risks prison for the sake of his worthless brother.
Synopsis 3:
Ironside tries to prevent an idolized black athlete from taking a
manslaughter rap to keep his parolee brother out of jail. [RF]

1.09 [--] Ironside: LIGHT AT THE END OF THE JOURNEY
09-Nov-1967 NBC Thur
Executive Producer Frank Price/ Produced by Cy Chermack
Teleplay by Robert Van Scoyk and Sy Salkowitz
Story by Jeannot Szwarc
Directed by Charles S. Dubin
Guest Star:
Katherine Crawford .... Jill
Special Guest Star:
Robert Reed ........... Pierson
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Bill Fletcher .......... Gilroy
Gene Lyons ............. The Commissioner (recurring)
Steve Dunne ............ Ted Bartlett
With:
Bill Leslie ............ Waring
Jeanne Baird ........... Joan Waring
Arthur Adams ........... Medical Examiner
Lauren Gilbert ......... Homicide Sgt.
Jason Wingreen ......... Bell Captain
*
Associate Producer, Jeannot Szwarc
Leonard H. White, Prod. Exec. Harbour Productions Unlimited
Director of Photography, William Margulies, A.S.C.
Synopsis 1:
A murderer believes a blind girl is the only eye witnessto the crime.
Synopsis 2:
Ironside uses a blind woman to bait a trap for a killer - who believes she saw his crime. [RF]

1.10 [--] Ironside: THE MONSTER OF COMUS TOWERS
16-Nov-1967 NBC Thur
Executive Producer Collier Young / Produced by James McAdams
Teleplay by A.J. Russell and Stanford Whitmore / Story by A.J.Russell
Directed by Don Weis
Guest Stars:
Warren Stevens ........ Howard Comus
David Hartman .......... Lt. Fitch
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Joan Huntington ........ Amanda Stillman
Michael Forest ......... James Edmond
Donald Buka ............ Vincent Longo
Kevin Hagen ............ Owen Simmons
With:
Evi Marandi ............ Stella Rossi
Renzo Cesana ........... Enzo Rossi
Harper Flaherty ........ Herbert Chapman
Jim Creech ............. Det. Bloch
Jeffy Malloy ........... 3rd Guard
*
Assoc. Producer, Jeannot Swarc
Leonard H. White: Prod Exec Harbor Prods Unlimited
Director of Photography, John F. Warren, A.S.C.
Synopsis 1:
An important art treasure has mysteriously disappeared from an apparently
impregnable skyscraper. But the thieves have reckoned without Ironside's deductive powers.
Synopsis 2:
A human fly able to scale buildings is a suspect in the murder of a guard at an art gallery. [RF]

1.11 [--] Ironside: THE MAN WHO BELIEVED
23Nov67
Executive Producer Frank Price
Produced by David J. O'Connell/ Assoc. Pr, Jeannot Szwarc
Written by Stephen Kandel
Directed by Tony Leader
Director of Photography, Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.
Music Score, Oliver Nelson
Guest Stars:
Guy Stockwell
With:
Marcia Strassman (as Samantha Dian)
Introducing:
Barbara Rhoades (as Bonnie Lloyd)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Michael Constantine .... Harry Brancusi
George Furth ........... Ray Harrison
Gene Lyons ............. The Commissioner(recurring)
Cliff Potter ........... Dan Peabody
With:
Arthur Adams ........... Dr. Gwynne
Johnny Silver .......... John Brenner
Bill Welsh ............. Announcer
Alex Gerry ............. Dr. Maurice Zelman
June C. Ellis .......... The Nurse
Sahron Harvey .......... The Girl
A folk singer takes a fatal plunge from the Golden GateBridge. Was it suicide - or murder?

A woman who wrote a cheering letter to Ironside when he was
recovering from being shot, dies in an apparent suicide. Convinced
that it was murder Ironside investigates, and uncovers the sad truth.
(NB - As part of the incidental music, this episode heavily features
the original song "From The Day You're Born", which was reused later
in the season, in episode #1.22 "Something For Nothing", where it was sung by guest star James Farentino).

NOTE: Although Marcia Strassman's character's name is spelled 'Dain'
throughout the episode, in the credits she is billed as 'Samantha Dian'.

1.12 [--] Ironside: A VERY COOL HOT CAR
30-Nov-1967 NBC Thur (rerun 06Jun68)
Executive Producer Frank Price
Produced by Cy Chermak/ Assoc. Pr, Jeannot Szwarc
Written by Luther Davis
Directed by James Sheldon
Director of Photography, Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Bernie Hamilton .... Lt. William Adams
Arch Johnson ....... Det. Sgt. John Breen
Jay C. Flippen ..... Desk Sergeant
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Gene Lyons .......... The Commissioner(recurring)
With:
Pamela Dunlap ....... Rosemary Dunne
Michael Fox ......... Technician
Alice Frost ......... Mrs. Muldoon
Gail Bonney ......... Secretary
K.L. Smith .......... Rafael
And:
Peter J. Helm ....... Alfred Dunne
Synopsis 1:
Cars are being stolen in worryingly high numbers, and with the
numbers recovered falling dramatically, the signs point to a crooked
cop somewhere in the department. Mark is convinced that the cop in
question is innocent, but nobody else seems very sure.
Synopsis 2:
The possibility of police corruption arises when a newly assigned lieutenant
fails to stem an increase in auto thefts. [RF]
Synopsis 3:
Ironside probes the possibility of police corruption when a newly assigned
lieutenant fails to stem an increase in auto thefts. Mark investigates a
possible link to the crime wave at a salvage yard owned by a pair of
unusually wealthy "flower" people. [RF]

1.13 [--] Ironside: THE PAST IS PROLOGUE
07-Dec-1967 NBC Thur
Executive Producer Frank Price / Produced by Cy Chermak
Written by Phil Mason
Directed by Don Weis
Guest Star:
Victor Jory ........ Wally Stowe
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Harrison Ford ....... Tom Stowe
Jill Donohue ........ Phyllis Chase
Gene Lyons .......... The Commissioner(recurring)
June Vincent ........ Mrs. Chase
Jean Inness ......... Dee Stowe
With:
John Hoyt ........... Malcolm Henderson
John Zaremba ........ Dr. Michaels
Bartlett Robinson ... Atty. Whittier
Chester Jones ....... Butler
Gail Bonney ......... Secretary
*
Walter Coy ......... Chief of Police Paul Wilson (uncredited)
*
Assoc. Producer, Jeannot Swarc /
Leonard H. White: Prod Exec Harbor Prods Unlimited
*
Director of Photography, Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.
Synopsis 1:
Ironside sets the wheels of justice in motion for a convicted killer who
has been living the life of a free man for 17 years.
Synopsis 2:
A 19-year-old death sentence hangs in the balance as Ironside flies to
New York in search of evidence that may clear a fugitive of murder. [RF]

1.14 [--] Ironside: GIRL IN THE NIGHT
21-Dec-1967 NBC Thur
Executive Producer Frank Price
Producer Cy Chermak/ Assoc. Pr, Jeannot Szwarc
Teleplay by True Boardman, Story by Dean Reisner
Directed by Ralph Senensky
Director of Photography, Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Susan Saint James ...... Elaine Moreau
Steve Carlson .......... Foster
Donnelly Rhodes ......... Joe Varona
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Joan Staley ........... Millie O'Neill
Mort Mills ............ Mike Hennessey
Simon Scott ........... Jim Cardoff
George Keymas ......... Stulka
Sarah Marshall ........ Jan Carlin
Oscar Beregi .......... Stefan
With:
Laurie Mitchell ....... Carol Phillips
Craig Heubing ......... Dr. Evans
Synopsis 1:
Ed falls for a woman that he meets one night in Las Vegas. She
promptly disappears in mysterious circumstances, and Ed and the rest
of the team try to find out what has happened. Needless to say,
nothing is as it first appeared; and the truth, when it eventually unfolds, proves to be tragic.
Synopsis 2:
Sgt. Ed Brown (Don Galloway) lets a beautiful singer trample all over his vulnerable heart.
Synopsis 3:
Ed becomes involved with Elaine, a troubled nightclub singer whose past
is a tangle of coercion, betrayal and murder. [RF]

1.15 [--] Ironside: THE FOURTEENTH RUNNER
28-Dec-1967 NBC Thur
Executive Producer Frank Price/ Produced by Cy Chermak
Teleplay by Donn Mullally/ Story by Leon Tokatyan
Directed by Don Weis
Guest Stars:
Steve Ihnat ........ Zarkov
Edward Asner ....... Davis
John Van Dreelen ... Varinyi
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Gene Lyons ............. The Commissioner (recurring)
Philip Chapin .......... Yuri Alexeyovich Azneyeff
Ingrid Pitt ............ Irene Novas
With:
Ollie O'Toole .......... The Undertaker
Lee Miller ............. The Bartender
*
Associate Producer Jeannot Szwarc
Leonard H. White, Production Executive Harbour Productions Unlimited
Director of Photography, Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.
Synopsis 1:
A visiting Soviet athlete vanishes during a practice run. Ironside
soon discovers that the trustworthy runner was an American intelligence agent. Has he defected? [RF]
Synopsis 2:
International intrigue surrounds Ironside as he probes the disappearance
of a Soviet track star who doubles as a U.S. agent. [RF]

1.16 [--] Ironside: FORCE OF ARMS
04Jan68
Executive Producer Frank Price
Produced by Paul Mason/ Assoc. Pr, Jeannot Szwarc
Teleplay by Ivan Goff & Ben Roberts, and Warren Duff
Story by Warren Duff
Directed by Tony Leader
Director of Photography, Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Harold J. Stone
Gene Raymond
Linden Chiles
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Diane Brewster ......... Susan Weathers
Gene Lyons ............. The Commissioner (recurring)
George Murdock ......... Victor Cramer
Les Crane .............. Himself
With:
Ron Russell ............ Albie
Frank Getstle .......... Buck Denison
Cliff Norton ........... Henry Brink
Arthur Adams ........... Dr. Gwynne
William Lucking ........ Thomas Flagg
Synopsis 1:
A self-appointed vigilante patriot causes problems for
Ironside as it looks like he might have created his
own martyr for the cause
Synopsis 2:
A local businessman sets up an organised vigilante force to try to
clean up San Francisco. When a key member is murdered, it becomes
clear that the "Second Force" has got severely out of hand.

1.17 [--] Ironside: MEMORY OF AN ICE CREAM STICK
11Jan68
Executive Producer Frank Price
Producer Cy Chermak/ Assoc. Pr, Jeannot Szwarc
Written by Sy Salkowitz
Directed by Charles S. Dubin
Director of Photography, Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.
Guest Star:
Jack Kruschen
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Mel Scott ............ Sam Noble
Ena Hartman .......... Millie Roberts
Gene Lyons ........... The Commissioner (recurring)
With:
Francine York ........ June
Jim Creech ........... Detective Garber
Victor Bozeman ....... 1st Detective
Will J. White ........ 2nd Detective
Jackie Russell ....... Kathy
Mark Sanger should know better than to disregard Ironside's
advice on who he should mix with.

1.18 [--] Ironside: TO KILL A COP
25Jan68
Executive Producer Frank Price
Produced by Cy Chermack/ Assoc. Pr, Jeannot Szwarc
Teleplay by Donn Mullally/ (NO story credit)
Directed by Tony Leader
Director of Photography, Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.
Guest Star:
Pernell Roberts
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ruta Lee ............. Marian
Parley Baer .......... Everett Brandt
Anne Whitfield ....... Helen
Richard Van Fleet .... Briggs
With:
Bing Russell ......... Cal Bristold
Olive Sturgess ....... Mary Connell
Robert Karnes ........ Booking Sgt.
Hal Needham .......... Connell
Dan Currie ........... 1st Officer
Synopsis 1:
Det. Sgt Ed Brown lays his life on he line when he follows
a hunch which could nail a killer with a grudge against
cops.
Synopsis 2:
When Ed and two colleagues arrest a violent man they don't take his
threats seriously, but when the other two officers are murdered, Ed
is convinced that he knows who the killer is. Suspended from duty he
sets himself up as the next victim, determined to prove that his
suspicions are correct.

1.19 [--] Ironside: THE LONELY HOSTAGE
1Feb68
Executive Producer Frank Price
Produced by Paul Mason/ Assoc. Pr, Jeannot Szwarc
Written by Norman Katkov
Directed by Charles S. Dubin
Director of Photography, Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.
Guest Star:
Robert Lansing
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Kathie Browne ......... Jane Hickman
Gene Lyons ............ The Commissioner (recurring)
With:
Charles Brewer ........ Larry Reilly
Fabian Dean ........... Glodder
William Fawcett ....... Sam Layton
Mike Mahoney .......... Crandall
Rex Devereaux ......... The Elegant Drunk
Ironside is held hostage by a desperate cop who plans to flee the country after gunning down a fellow officer.

1.20 [--] Ironside: THE CHALLENGE
8Feb68
Executive Producer Cy Chermak
Produced by Frank Price
Written by John McGreevey
Directed by Tony Leader
Director of Photography, Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Tom Simcox
Sue Ane Langdon
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Nicholas Colasanto ..... Mike Sellino (Coach in "Cheers")
Coleen Gray ............ Ann Kingsley
Noah Keen .............. Paul Bragan
Cec Linder ............. Prof. Carl Anderson
Virginia Grey .......... Mrs. Meacham

Ironside becomes an Art critic to catch a murderer.
[The boyfriend of a woman who's died from a drugs overdose
tries to hunt down the pusher who supplied her habit - and becomes a prime murder suspect.]

A psychiatrist friend of Ironside's is murdered, and the only clues
are his collection of artworks. Is one of the artists the murderer? And if so, which one?

1.21 [--] Ironside: ALL IN A DAY'S WORK
15Feb68
Executive Producer Frank Price
Produced by Paul Mason
Written by Ed McBain
Directed by Charles S. Dubin
Director of Photography, Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.
Guest Star:
Jeanette Nolan
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Lorraine Gary .......... Nancy Lewin
Walter Burke ........... Smiley
With:
Jerry Hausner .......... Mr. Edwards
Don Hanmer ............. Artie
Harry Swoger ........... Raynold
Clyde Howdie ........... Policeman
An officer discovers that the armed robber she gunned
down at a store was just 17.

During a night on the town, Eve Whitfield kills an armed robber who
tries to shoot her. When he turns out to be a boy just turned
seventeen, she doubts her abilities as a police officer,
particularly when half of the town seems convinced that he was a
model teenager. It soon turns out that this is far from the truth.

1.22 [--] Ironside: SOMETHING FOR NOTHING
22-Feb-1968
Executive Producer Collier Young
Produced by James McAdams
Teleplay by Anthony Terpiloff and Stephen Kandel
Story by Stephen Kandel
Directed by Robert Butler
Director of Photography, Ray Flin
Guest Stars:
James Farentino
Susan Saint James (as Verna Cusack)
Jan Merlin
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Vincent Gardenia ...... Roy Faber
Paul Mantee ........... Asst. D.A. Corey
Laurie Main ........... Harris
Leoanrd Stone ......... Herman

Song "Downtown" written by Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent
A couple are up to their necks in loan shark skulduggery.

A compulsive (and unlucky) gambler is in debt to a local mobster for
$32,000. Ironside wants to put the mobster away, but only can if the
gambler is prepared to turn state's evidence. The Chief has to
persuade him to turn against the man who is offering him a way out of debt.
(NB - The second episode to feature original song From The Day You're Born.)

1.23 [--] Ironside: BARBERA WHO
29Feb68
Executive Producer Frank Price
Produced by Cy Chermak
Written by Sy Salkowitz
Directed by James Sheldon
Director of Photography, Lionel Lindon, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Vera Miles ............ Barbara Jones/Lois Richards
Philip Carey
*
Co-Starring:
Johnny Seven .......... Officer Petrizzi
Mark Roberts .......... Jim Hennesey
Alan Baxter ........... The Sheriff
Marion Ross ........... Mrs Petrizzi
Kiel Martin ........... Billy
With:
John Pickard .......... Ned Morse
Robert Patten ......... Dr. Carl Banks
Paul Bryar ............ 2nd Driver
Albert Popwell ........ 1st Driver
Michael Barbera ....... Johnny Petrizzi
Glenn M. Weber ........ Mike Petrizzi

Synopsis 1:
Ironside probes the mysterious past of an amnesiac
nurse who has fallen in love with him. Will, what he
discovers, spoil his chance of happiness.
(see follow-up 3.02 [55] 'Say Goodbye to Yesterday' which also
guest starred Vera Miles and Philip Carey as the same characters)
Synopsis 2:
A friend of Ironside's turns out to be an amnesiac victim without a
past. The need to discover who she really is comes to the forefront
when somebody tries to kill her, and it becomes clear that the
Chief's hopes for a long term relationship might not be possible
with this particular girl.

1.24 [--] Ironside: PERFECT CRIME
07-Mar-1968
Executive Producer Frank Price
Produced by Paul Mason
Associate Producer Jeannot Szwarc
Production Executive for Harbour Productions Leonard H. White
Teleplay by Norman Katkov
Story by Leonard H. White
Directed by Charles S. Dubin
Director of Photography Enzo A. Martinelli
Guest Stars:
Peter Deuel
Brenda Scott
Ron Russell
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Shelly Novack ......... Roger Simmons
David Lewis ........... Dean Admiral Gabriel
Gene Lyons ............ The Commissioner (recurring)
With:
Paul Hough ............ Byron Shelley Crawford III
Vernon Scott .......... Frank
Lenny Kahn ............ Phil
Bill Baldwin .......... George
Kitty Malone .......... Attractive Girl
Synopsis 1:
A college campus quivers in terror as a sharpshooting
sniper sets out to prove that the perfect crime really does exist.
Synopsis 2:
Lecturing on a law course at a local college, the Chief finds that
one of the students is planning to prove that the perfect crime can
be committed. The person responsible appears to be particularly cold
and calculating, and the Chief finds that he is facing true genius.

1.25 [--] Iron side: OFFICER BOBBY
14Mar68
Executive Producer Frank Price
Produced by Cy Chermak
Written by Brett Halliday and Bill S. Ballinger
Directed by James Sheldon
Director of Photography, Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Nancy Malone
Jeanne Cooper
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Paul Carr ............. Harry Higdon
Gene Lyons ............ The Commissioner (recurring)
With:
Russ Conway ........... L.A. Laserman
Sharon Harvey ......... The Stewardess
Sidney Clute .......... Police Surgeon
Jon Lormer ............ Tommy
Ron Pinkard ........... 1st Reporter
Synopsis 1:
Parenting skills are at a premium as an abandoned baby
drops at Ironside's lap.
Synopsis 2:
A baby is found abandoned in the Chief's van, following an explosion
at an airport. The Chief suspects that the child's mother was the
intended victim of the attack, and plans to make her come forward,
using the baby as bait.

1.26 [--] Ironside: TRIP TO HASHBURY
21-Mar-1968
Executive Producer Frank Price
Produced by Paul Mason
Written by Norman Jolley
Directed by Tony Leader
Director of Photography, William Margulies, A.S.C.
Special Music by The Hook
Guest Stars:
William Windom
Cliff Osmond
Monica Lewis
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Stacey Maxwell ........ Patty Larsen
David Macklin ......... David Wilson
Gene Lyons ............ The Commissioner (recurring)
Susan O'Connell ....... Barbara Chase
Judy Brown ............ Terry
With:
William Creatore ...... Doctor
Michael C. Ford ....... Tag
Cynthia Hull .......... Kathy
Jerry Davis ........... Jeff Harmon
Allan Hunt ............ Gary
Jan Fischer ........... Lisa
Elizabeth Germaine .... Elsa
Anna Morimoto ......... Flora
Zoe Ann Leader ........ Jean
Kres Mersky ........... Violet
Synopsis 1:
Could Det. Sgt. Ed Brown really have beaten a teenage hippy
girl to death? Her attorney father certainly thinks so.
Synopsis 2:
Ed is charged with police brutality following a raid on a hippie
drug den. As always, of course, things are far from being as they
seem, and the trail leads to a group of apparently model students at a local private school.

1.27 [--] Ironside: DUE PROCESS OF LAW
28-Mar-1968
Executive Producer Frank Price
Produced by Cy Chermak
Written by Don Brinkley
Directed by Dick Colla
Director of Photography, William Margulies, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Dwayne Hickman
David Carradine
*
Co-Starring:
Burr De Benning ....... Joe Fenway
Gene Lyons ............ The Commissioner (recurring)
Carol Booth ........... Connie Goshen
Parley Baer ........... Everett Brandt
With:
Roy Glenn ............. Mr. Tobom
Janée Michelle ........ Helen Tobin
Barry Cahill .......... Sgt. Miller
Ray Ballard ........... Dispatcher
Ron Pinkard ........... Jimmy Bracken
Synopsis 1:
Mark Sanger tries to solve the murder of his girlfriend but ends up becoming a suspect.
Synopsis 2:
Mark's date is found murdered in Golden Gate Park, and he is
determined to catch the man responsible, with or without Ironside's
help. When he decides to take the law into his own hands, however,
he finds himself under arrest for the murder of the chief suspect.

1.28 [--] Ironside: RETURN OF THE HERO
04-Apr-1968
Executive Producer Frank Price
Produced by Paul Mason
Written by Robert Pirosh
Directed by Ralph Senensky
Director of Photography, William Margulies, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Gary Collins
Ron Hayes
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Gavin MacLeod ......... Danmiel Gerber
Hank Brandt ........... Paul J. Rutledge
With:
Joseph Turkel ......... District Attorney
Ned Romero ............ Kali
Chuck Wood ............ Mace
Dennis McCarthy ....... Judge Carlisle
Elizabeth Germaine .... Receptionist
A decorated Vietnam war hero is found guilty of murder, but the
Chief, amongst others, does not believe that he is guilty. Whilst he
is trying to find out the truth, somebody else is killing off the
witnesses, and the Chief himself may be next on the list.

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