CTVA US Crime - "Ironside" (Universal/NBC) Season 2 (1968-69) Raymond Burr

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Starring Raymond Burr; Also Starring: Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, Barbara Anderson
Season 2 (NBC) (1968-69)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
references:
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NBC Thursdays 8:30-9:30 pm

2.01 [029] Ironside: SHELL GAME
19Sep68
Executive Producer Frank Price
Produced by Cy Chermak
Written by Sy Salkowitz
Directed by Tony Leader
Director of Photography, Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Sorrell Booke
Charles Aidman
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Johnny Seven ......... Dean
(later to be a series regular as Lt. Carl Reese)
Simon Scott .......... Waltham
With:
Lisa Todd ............ Gloria
Robert DoQui ......... Marty
John Holland ......... Jenkins
John Dennis .......... Det. Bliss
Robert Christopher ... Mechanic
A notorious jewel thief has his beady eyes on a
major collection due for public exhibition in
San Francisco.

2.02 [030] Ironside: SPLIT SECOND TO AN EPITAPH (2hrs)
26Sep68
(shown as 2 separate hour-long episodes in syndication)
Executive Producer Frank Price
Produced by Paul Mason
Teleplay by Sy Salkowitz and Don M. Mankiewicz
Story by Richard Landau
Directed by Leonard J. Horn
Director of Photography, Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Music Score by Oliver Nelson
Guest Stars:
Joseph Cotten ......... Stern
Troy Donahue .......... Father Dugan
Lilia Skala ........... Sister Agatha
Andrew Prine .......... Ernie
Don Stroud ............ Albee
Margaret O'Brien ...... Sister Louise Prescott
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Mel Scott ............. Ralph Fellows
Eileen Wesson ......... Nurse Evans
Lorraine Gary ......... Nurse Green
And:
Les Crane
And: (yes 2 ands)
Brenda Scott .......... Carol Dillon
With:
David Sheiner ......... Doctor
Amentha Dymally ....... Ann Fellows
Frank Arno ............ Police Artist
Christine Olivarez .... Nina Kendall
Caroline Olivarez ..... Tina Kendall
Linda Chandler ........ Nurse Kane
Synopsis 1:
Ironside is the only witness to a murder, but has to go into
hospital for exploratory surgery immediately after the events that
he witnessed. The murderer is determined that he should not leave
hospital alive, and as the Chief deals with the possibility of maybe
one day being able to walk again, his presence in the hospital helps
various other citizens right wrongs in their lives. Meanwhile Ed,
Eve and Mark deal with their own worries and fears for the Chief as
the murder attempts escalate.
Synopsis 2:
A narcotics thief severly jolts the Chief's spine, making possible an operation
that may cure his paralysis - or kill him.

2.03 [031] Ironside: THE SACRIFICE
03-Oct-1968
Executive Producer Frank Price
Produced by Paul Mason
Written by Gerald Sanford
Directed by Abner Biberman
Director of Photography, Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Music Score by Oliver Nelson
Guest Stars:
Ricardo Montalban (Sgt. Al Servantes)
Robert Alda (F.A. Hobarth)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Phillip Pine .......... Ortega
Elena Verdugo ......... Liz Cervantes)
Gene Lyons ............ The Commissioner (recurring)
Rafael Campos ......... Kid Valdez
With:
John Aladdin .......... Victor Cervantes
Blaizdel Makee ........ Romeo Sangria
Vincent Van Lynn ...... Thomas Scott
Argentina Brunetti .... Rita's Aunt
Poupée Bocar .......... Rita
Priscilla Ann ......... Maria Cervantes
A policeman friend of Ironside and the team is the prime suspect in
a murder investigation. Is he really guilty, though, or is the
evidence just a little too damning?

2.04 [032] Ironside: ROBERT PHILLIPS vs. THE MAN
10Oct68
Executive Producer Cy Chermak
Produced by Paul Mason
Written by Sy Salkowitz
Directed by Nicholas Colasanto
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars
Paul Winfield
Jack Hogan
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Diane Shalet ......... Mrs. Stavely
Gene Lyons ........... The Commissioner (recurring)
Diane Ladd ........... Peggy Barnard
With:
Donna Anders ......... Lottie Collins
Dick Williams ........ Spokesman
Gloria Edwards ....... Mrs. Adams
Ben Hammer ........... Fleming
Morris Erby .......... Mr. Adams
Fabian Dean .......... Det. Lt. Porter
Jack Collins ......... Corning
Davis Roberts ........ Attorney Peters
Arnold Williams ...... 1st Man
John Rayner .......... Drake
Mark Sanger is caught in inter-racial crossfire when a
black millitant is accused of murdering a storekeeper.

A black rights activist is arrested for murder, and San Francisco's
Black community threatens to take to the streets in protest.
Commissioner Randall asks the Chief to investigate the case in an
attempt to prove Phillip's innocence; but certain citizens do not
appear to want to co-operate.

2.05 [033] Ironside: DESPERATE ENCOUNTER
24Oct68
Executive Producer Cy Chermak
Produced by - no credit
Written by Donn Mullally
Directed by Dick Colla
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Tom Simcox
Ron Hayes
Gene Raymond ......... Charles Huff
*
No Co-Stars on end credits
A friend of the Chief's invites him to stay and then promptly
disappears, leaving Ironside to figure out what has happened to him,
whilst also running the gauntlet in a town determined to cover up a secret.

2.06 [034] Ironside: I, THE PEOPLE
31-Oct-1968
Executive Producer Cy Chermak
Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Milton Berle and Stephen Lord
Directed by Barry Shear
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Milton Berle (as Ross Howard)
Dane Clark
Patricia Barry (as Martha Webb)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Julie Adams .......... Norma Howard
George Murdock ....... Capt Walter Finch
Abraham Sofaer ....... Maharishi Rabbu
Parley Baer .......... Commander Stevens
Gene Lyons ........... The Commissioner (recurring)
With:
William Keene ........ Professor
Jason Wingreen ....... Man
Jean Howell .......... Woman
Jon Breakfield ....... College Student
Bill Welsh ........... Newscaster
A reluctant Ironside is assigned to protect a television
talk show host.

An obnoxious talk show host known as "The Peoples' Voice" begins to
receive death threats, and the Chief is assigned to protect him.
Firstly he must overcome his own feelings of dislike for the man,
but are those feelings entirely misplaced? Events escalate when the
host's wife is killed by a car bomb apparently meant for her husband.

2.07 [035] Ironside: PRICE TAG: DEATH
07Nov68
Executive Producer Cy Chermak
Produced by Paul Mason
Written by Robert Earll
Directed by Dick Colla
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Ralph Meeker
Clu Gulager
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Peggy Ann Garner ....... Jack's Ex-Wife
With:
Erin O'Reilly .......... Cindy
Victor Rogers .......... Clothing Salesman
Gil Peterson ........... 1st Officer
John Mitchum ........... Slim
Marcelle Fortier ....... Tyler's bookkeeper
Bob Gravage ............ Red Emery
Jim Malinda ............ Ben
Ben Freedman ........... Bum
Ralph Smiley ........... Mr.Sterns
George E. Carey ........ 1st. Man
An ex-cop turned vagrant could hold the key to an intriguing murder investigation

The Chief is alerted to the murder of a down-and-out by an ex-cop
now living on the streets. The trail soon leads to a long line of
false cheques, and an extremely unstable man.

2.08 [036] Ironside: AN OBVIOUS CASE OF GUILT
14-Nov-1968
Executive Producer Cy Chermak
Produced by Paul Mason
Written by Brad Rudnitz
Directed by Abner Biberman
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Music by Oliver Nelson
Guest Stars:
Anne Baxter
Warren Stevens
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Gene Lyons ........... The Commissioner (recurring)
With:
Joan Tompkins ......... Secretary
Bing Russell .......... Sheriff
Eve McVeagh ........... Manager
Harry Harvey, Sr ...... 1st. Grocer
Allen Emerson ......... Cunningham
Florida Friebus ....... Middle-Aged Woma
Lloyd Kino ............ 2nd Grocer
Art Hern .............. Belows
Paul Micale ........... Proprietor
Bebe Louie ............ Elevator Operator
A friend of the Chief's is an obvious suspect in the murder of her
husband, but the Chief believes that the evidence against her is too
obvious. He soon proves her innocence, but is she really the victim
of a frame-up, or is it all rather more complicated than that?

2.09 [037] Ironside: REPRISE
21-Nov-1968
Executive Producer Cy Chermak
Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Albert Aley
Directed by Don McDougall
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Music Score, William Goldenberg
NO Guest Stars in this episode:
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Nancy Wickwire ......... Mrs. Kessell
With:
Eddie Firestone ........ Mr. Cherney
Irene Hervey ........... Mrs. Whitfield
Adrienne Marden ........ 1st Nurse
Lillian Lehman ......... 2nd Nurse
Quinn K. Redeker ....... Paul Fulham
And:
Stuart Rice ............ Frank Sharkey

As Officer Eve Whitfield hovers close to death her colleagues drift off in a series of flashbacks.

When Eve is injured during a shooting, the rest of the team recall
their early encounters with her, and the Chief wonders if he was
right ever to have encouraged her to join the force. Meanwhile, Ed
worries over whether he wants to arrest Eve's attacker, or just kill the man outright.

2.10 [038] Ironside: THE MACABRE MR. MICAWBER
28-Nov-1968
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Bill S. Ballinger and Brett Halliday
Directed by Jeannot Szwarc
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Burgess Meredith
Jack Kruschen
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Kathie Browne ........ Elda Thompson
Bill Fletcher ........ Arnie Simms
With:
Arthur Space ......... Horatio Shute
John Pickard ......... Fire Lieutenant
Bill Quinn ........... Medical Examiner (recurring)
Ray Montgomery ....... Sgt.Boardman
Anthony Corbi ........ Edgar Gromes
Joseph Mell .......... Mr. Pipe
Kevin Burchett ....... Messenger
Ironside and an annoying mynah bird get to
the heart of a murder.

A rich man is murdered, and his man-servant is the prime suspect,
until a talkative Mynah bird appears which may just have the
solution to the whole case on the tip of his tongue.

2.11 [039] Ironside: SIDE POCKET
05-Dec-1968
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Paul Mason
Teleplay by Norman Katlov and Sy Salkowitz
Story by Charles A. McDaniel
Directed by Abner Biberman
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Jack Albertson
Michael Christian
Carl Reindel
H.M. Wynant
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Robert Ellenstein ..... Sidney
With:
Corinne Cole .......... Judy
Bob Hastings .......... Ray
Cathleen Cordell ...... Salesgirl
Victor Bozeman ........ Hot Dog Vendor
Paul Sorenson ......... Frank
Ross Sherman .......... Traffic Control Officer
Synopsis 1:
A young pool hustler is coerced into a contract with a crooked
promoter when his brother amasses large gambling debts. The Chief
steps in, but can he get through to the brothers in time?
Synopsis 2:
A pool shark discovers his brother is intent on profiting by him.

2.12 [040] Ironside: SERGEANT MIKE
12-Dec-1968
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Carey Wilbur
Directed by Tony Leader
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Bill Bixby
John Dehner
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Gene Lyons ........... The Commissioner (recurring)
Rocky Lang ........... Charlie Tomkin
With:
Robert Cornthwaite ... Judson Trumbull
Fred Williamson ...... Det. Sgt. La Peer
Robert Karnes ........ Maintenance Worker
Bill Quinn ........... Medical Examiner (recurring)
Gordon Coffey ........ Beard
Synopsis 1:
A grumpy police dog provides Ironside with a vital clue in a puzzling murder case.
Synopsis 2:
A old woman is murdered, and the only witness appears to be a large,
grumpy Alsatian. The Chief enlists his help in a search for the
murderer, and uncovers a story of con-jobs and blackmail suggesting
that the old woman was far from being just a helpless victim

2.13 [041] Ironside: IN SEARCH OF AN ARTIST
2Jan69
b: 02-Jan-1969
Executive Producer Cy Chermak / Produced by Paul Mason
w: Joseph Bonaduce
d: Abner Biberman
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Broderick Crawford
Lisabeth Hush
And:
William Burns (as Denny Fielder)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Barbara Werle .......... Anita Stuart
Richard Forbes ......... Scotty Collins
Gene Lyons ............. The Commissioner (recurring)
Lorraine Gary .......... Leona Stuart
With:
Joaquin Martinez ....... Juan Sanroma
Art Metrano ............ Burt Blake
Myron Healey ........... Jones
Ivan Triesault ......... Dr. Driscoll
Ronald Long ............ Art Store Mgr.
Synopsis 1:
A painting turns up, apparently painted by an old friend of the
Chief's who is presumed dead after confessing to a murder. The Chief
believes that he is still alive, and innocent, and sets out to find
not only his friend, but also a murderer.
Synopsis 2:
Ironside sketches a plan to find an artist, thought to have committed suicide.

2.14 [042] Ironside: UP, DOWN AND EVEN
09Jan69
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Jeannot Szwarc
Written by Robert Earll
Directed by Don Weiss
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Music Score: William Goldenberg
Guest Star:
Alfred Ryder
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Susan O'Connell ....... Kimberly Channing
Richard Anderson ...... Ted Channing
Rachel Ames ........... Carolyn Channing
Gene Lyons ............ The Commissioner (recurring)
With:
Edith Atwater ......... Miss Bryan
David Lewis ........... The Principal
Cynthia Hull .......... Christine
Barbara Sanford ....... Kathy
Charles Brewer ........ Terry Lawrence
Gwen Welles ........... Pam
Terri Messina ......... Susan
Mary-Linda Rapelye .... Ann
Bobbi Coté ............ Cottage Supervisor
Susan J. Sullivan ..... Andrea
*
Songs: "Anywhere", "The Melody Man"
Music: William Goldenberg / Lyrics: Richard McLelland
Ironside is heartbroken when Eve's teenage niece is arrested on a narcotics charge.

2.15 [043] WHY THE TUESDAY AFTERNOON BRIDGE CLUB MET ON THURSDAY
23Jan69
produced by Douglas Benton
written by Irve Tunick
directed by Don McDougall
guest stars
Jessie Royce Landis
Arthur O'Connell
Gail Kobe
Ironside's elderly aunt has her suspicions regarding a
woman's sudden disappearance. And she's not going to let things lie.

2.16 [044] Ironside: RUNDOWN ON A BUM RAP
30Jan69
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Sy Salkowitz
Directed by Allen Reisner
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
James Gregory
Janet MacLachlan
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Clifton James ........ Frank Bollo
Leonard Stone ........ Wilson
With:
Ken Lynch ............ Malloy
June Dayston ......... Mrs. Wilson
Jason Wingreen ....... Sam Freeman
Richard Bull ......... Dr. Ender
Ken Renard ........... Judge
Read Morgan .......... 1st Officer
Robert Brubaker ...... 1st Sgt
Lola Mason ........... Alice
Sumi Haru ............ Witness
Ernest Harada ........ Prosecutor
Victor Bozeman ....... 2nd Officer
John Perak ........... Man in Courtroom
Synopsis 1:
Idealistic law student Mark Sanger cant belive his professor
won't dirty her hands on a real-life case.
Synopsis 2:
Mark's old boxing coach, an alcoholic, is found at the scene of a
serious assault, and nobody seems prepared to entertain the theory
that he might just be innocent. Mark battles to prove that he has
been falsely accused, assisted by the rest of the team, and in the
process wins the affections of his law school teacher.

2.17 [045] Ironside: THE PROPHECY
06-Feb-1969
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Jackson Gillis
Directed by Don Weis
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Martha Scott
Paul Stewart
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Gene Lyons ............. The Commissioner (recurring)
William Bramley ........ Joe Lorca
Charles Macauley ....... Frank Kincaid
With:
Richard Angarola ....... Mantini
Nick Stewart ........... Museum Guard

A newspaper columnist renowned for the unerring accuracy
of her predictions foresees tragedy in store for Ironside.

A fortune teller predicts various confusing prophecies for the
members of Ironside's team, which begin to come true with remarkable
accuracy. Faced with a missing Da Vinci painting, a kidnapped Ed
Brown, and a prediction of his own death, the Chief has to find out
who is responsible, before the visiting French ambassador becomes
too upset at the loss of his country's much loved art treasure.

2.18 [046] Ironside: A WORLD OF JACKELS
13-Feb-1969
Executive Producer Cy Chermak
Produced by Douglas Benton
Teleplay by Anthony Spinner and Irving Pearlberg
Story by Anthony Spinner
Directed by Don McDougall
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
William Smithers
Ena Hartman (Dan August)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Lynn Borden ............ Gloria James
Jonathan Lippe ......... Marty Rogers
Charles Dierkop ........ Palo
Gene Lyons ............. The Commissioner (recurring)
Lewis Charles .......... Phil Lewis
With:
Charles Radilac ........ Janowski
James McEachin ......... Luther
Lynn Hamilton .......... Mrs. Johnson
Dennis McCarthy ........ Doctor
Bill Quinn ............. Medical Examiner (recurring)
Jean Inness ............ Nurse

The mysterious disappearance of a former movie queen
has Ironside reeling back through her murky past for clues.

An old friend of Mark's calls him to ask for a meeting, but she is
kidnapped before he can reach her. It soon transpires that her
disappearance is tied to that of movie star Gloria James, who
appears to have died or been murdered. The Chief naturally digs
further, and finds a tale of heartache and sorrow which leads to the
front door of a local mobster.

2.19 [047] Ironside: AND BE MY LOVE
20Feb69
Executive Producer Cy Chermak
Produced by Douglas Benton/ Associate Producer, Jeannot Szwarc
Teleplay by Dale & Katherine Eunson and Sy Salkowitz
Story by Dale & Katherine Eunson
Directed by Charles S. Dubin
Director of Photography, Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Star
Chad Everett ........ Larry Van Druten
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Gene Lyons .......... The Commissioner (recurring)
With:
Amzie Strickland .... Roberta O'Gorman
J. Edward McKinley .. Fat Man
Paul Smith .......... Dave Tidwell
Eldon Quick ......... Vic
Keith Walker ........ Arthur Nadeliano
Officer Eve Whitfield is a police woman socialite.
So it's no surprise that she's attarcted by the charms
of society collumnist Larry Van Druten, even though he's
probably rotten to the core.

2.20 [048] Ironside: MOONLIGHT MEANS MONEY
27Feb69
Exective Producer Cy Chermak
Produced by Douglas Benton/ Associate Producer, Jeannot Szwarc
Written by Sy Salkowitz
Directed by Don Weis
Director of Photography, Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars: (verified)
Linden Chiles
John Marley
Skip Homeier
Murray MacLeod
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)(verfied)
Judi Meredith ......... Helen
Gene Lyons ............ The Commissioner (recurring)
Warrem Kemmerling ..... Capt. Barnes
And:
Eduardo Ciannelli ..... John Danione
With:
Conny Van Dyke ........ Marge Wells
Dick O'Shea ........... Pat Arnold
Barry Cahill .......... Sgt. Miller
Rhill Arian ........... Jerry Flower
Harper Flaherty ....... The Man
Synopsis 1:
Sgt Ed Brown risks being the fall guy for a fellow officer moonlighting as a cap driver.
Synopsis 2:
Ed and an old friend uncover a drug running operation whilst having
a night on the town, and after becoming implicated in the affair
they are suspended. Ed risks extreme wrath from above in order to
continue his investigations, whilst the evidence against his friend continues to grow.

2.21 [049] Ironside: A DRUG ON THE MARKET
06-Mar-1969
Exective Producer Cy Chermak
Produced by Douglas Benton/ Associate Producer, Jeannot Szwarc
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Written by Arthur Weingarten
Directed by Barry Shear
Director of Photography, Bud Thackery, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Ray Danton
Victoria Shaw
Fred Beir
Betsy Jones-Moreland ... Karen Martin
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Nick Dennis ............ Zuppas
With:
Alan Calllou ........... Howard Geary
Issa Arnal ............. Alise Asher
Johnny Silver .......... Israel Sanchez
George Jacobs .......... Police Officer

An attractive widow is driven to the edge of madness by strange voices.

An old friend of the Chief's, recently widowed, is hearing strange
voices and receiving threatening 'phone calls. She is afraid that
she is going mad, but the Chief is determined to prove that this is
just what somebody wants her to think.

2.22 [050] Ironside: PUZZLELOCK
13Mar69
Exective Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Jeannot Szwarc
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Written by B. W. Sandefur
Directed by Allen Reisner
Director of Photography, William Margulies, A.S.C.
Guest Star:
Simon Oakland (as Mel Grayson)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Dennis Cooney ......... Paul Dekes
Ned Glass ............. Benjie
Jocelyn Brando ........ Etta Gibbs
Gene Lyons ............ The Commissioner (recurring)
Dabbs Greer ........... Thomas Gibbs
With:
Alvin Hammer .......... Mush Shelby
Jennifer Gan .......... Chickie
Barry Cahill .......... Sgt. Miller
Ray Weaver ............ Newell
Murray Pollack ........ Maitre d'
Synopsis 1:
Ironside hunts for the weak link in the perfect alibi
of a man who he believes has murdered his wife.
Synopsis 2:
An ex-policeman murders his wife, and sets up a complicated false
trail and apparently flawless alibi in order to cover his tracks.
The Chief has to find a way to crack the man's seemingly perfect
defence, in order to prove that he is guilty.

2.23 [051] Ironside: THE TORMENTOR
27Mar69 NBC Thur (rerun 07Aug69)
Executive Producer Cy Chermak
Produced by Douglas Benton/ Associate Producer, Jeannot Szwarc
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Written by Norman Jolley
Directed by Don Weis
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Gary Collins (as Clint Atkins)
Mary Ann Mobley (as Marcy Atkins)
*
Also Starring: DG/BA/DM (regulars)
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Michael-James Wixted ... Joey Atkins
Bruce Gordon ........... Marvin Cruse
Noam Pitlik ............ Ernie Wilson
With:
Joe Higgins ............ Salty
Marc Hannibal .......... Joe Bigelow
James Eaden ............ Deliveryman
Art Passarella ......... 1st Umpire
Emmett Ashford ......... 2nd Umpire
Synopsis 1:
A famous baseball player who is an old friend of Ed's begins to receive
nuisance mail, which soon turns into something far more sinister. Fearing
for his family, he refuses Ed's offers of assistance, and tries to handle
the situation alone. Ed has to persuade him to change his mind, before events get out of hand.
Synopsis 2:
Baseball great Clint Atkins is the target of hate letters, gas-gun pellets
and threatening phone calls demanding $100,000. But Atkins, fearing for his
family's safety, won't co-operate with the police so Ironside is called in. [RF]

2.24 [052] Ironside: A MATTER OF LOVE AND DEATH
03-Apr-1969
Produced, Written and Directed by Jeannot Szwarc
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
(no details - possibly none)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Bettye Ackerman ........ Dr. Pat Manners
Patrick Tovatt ......... Stanford Chase
Susan Howard ........... Jo Lyons
With:
Connie Kreski .......... Arlene
Pamela McMyler ......... Helen Stroud
Charlene Jones ......... Lana Howes
Barbara Shannon ........ Betty Ross
Lillian Adams .......... Nurse Lois

A young woman is found dead in a park, and it soon transpires that
she died as a result of an illegal abortion. Greatly affected, Eve
disguises herself as a pregnant woman, and tries to discover who the back-street abortionist is.

2.25 [053] Ironside: NOT WITH A WHIMPER, BUT A BANG
10-Apr-1969
Executive Producer Cy Chermak
Produced by Douglas Benton/ Associate Producer, Jeannot Szwarc
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Teleplay by Carey Wilber/ Story by Robert Hamner
d: Abner Biberman
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Gerald S. O'Loughlin
Edward Asner
*
Co-Starring: (end credits):
Philip Chapin ......... Neal Morgan
Judy Brown ............ Angie Henderson
With:
Francine York ......... Darlene
Ross Elliott .......... Ohrlich
John Zaremba .......... Morris
John Harmon ........... Sam Jessen
Davis Roberts ......... Technician

A local college is plagued by false bomb alerts, and the editor of
the campus paper is convinced that leftist militants are
responsible. However, when the fourth bomb proves to be real, and a
member of the bomb squad is killed, the Chief begins to look in another direction.

Officer Eve Whitfield goes undercover in an effort to flush out a bomber with lethal intentions

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