CTVA US Crime - "Ironside" (Universal/NBC) Season 4 (1970-71) Raymond Burr

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Starring Raymond Burr; Also Starring: Don Galloway, Don Mitchell, Barbara Anderson
Season 4 (NBC) (1970-71)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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NBC Thursdays 8:30-9:30 pm

4.01 [079] Ironside: A KILLING WILL OCCUR
17Sep70
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Joel Rogosin
Written by Alvin Sapinsley
Directed by Don Weis
Guest Star:
Dane Clark
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Barry Brown ........... Charles Borrow
Gene Lyons ............ The Commissioner (recurring)
Ted Hartley ........... Mr. Mather
Virginia Gregg ........ Mrs. Borrow
With:
Diane Sayer ........... Hank
Ira Cook .............. Reporter
Joan Swift ............ Waitress
Darlene Conley ........ Landlady
*
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Music Score, Oliver Nelson
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis:
The Chief begins to receive strange phone calls, warning him of a murder
to be committed somewhere in San Francisco, apparently in the interest of justice.

4.02 [080] Ironside: NO GAME FOR AMATEURS
24Sep70
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Winston Miller
Associate Producer, Jay Benson / Story Editor, Albert Aley
Written by Sy Salkowitz
Directed by John Florea
Director of Photography, Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Martin Sheen
Pamela McMyler
Johnny Seven
(as Lt. Carl Reese) (recurring) (entry)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Michael Greer ........ Phil
Carl Reindel ......... Richy Bolton
With:
Michael Christian .... Roger
Tony Brande .......... Arnie Lane
Lew Brown ............ Edwards
Ken Drake ............ Bartender
Barbara Smith ........ Folksinger
Casey McDonald ....... Peggy
Synopsis:
A professional hit man (Martin Sheen) attempts to escape across the
border with a group of draft dodgers.
 
4.03 [081] Ironside: THE HAPPY DREAMS OF HOLLOW MEN *****
01Oct70 (rerun 09Sep71)
Executive Producer Cy Chermak / Produced by Winston Miller
Teleplay by Sy Salkowitz / Story by Sy and Carol Salkowitz
Directed by Don Weis
Guest Star:
Joseph Campanella ....... Harry Peters
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Lloyd Battista .......... Mickey Blain
With:
Harry Lauter ............ Al
Bruce Kirby ............. Ben
Warren Hammack .......... Clerk
*
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Music Score, Oliver Nelson
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis 1:
Chief Ironside helps an old friend at a remote cabin to go 'cold turkey.
Synopsis 2:
A heroin addict (Joseph Campanella) remembers a crime under the influence.
Synopsis 3:
Vacationing at a mountain cabin, Ironside discovers that his old friend Harry
Peters is a junkie whose supply has run out. Isolated by a heavy snowfall, the
cabin becomes a stage for Harry's withdrawal, with Ironside as his captive audience.
*Note: Brilliant episode and a powerful performance by Joseph Campanella.
*Note: Raymond Burr at his best.


4.04 [082] Ironside: THE PEOPLE AGAINST JUDGE McINTIRE
8Oct70
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Douglas Benton
Teleplay by Liam O'Brien
Story by Liam O'Brien and Mark Rodgers
Directed Abner Biberman
Guest Stars:
James Daly
Mala Powers
Alan Hale
(Jr.)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
George Murdock ......... Lee R. Anderson
Tyne Daly .............. Joanna Leigh
With:
Stuart Thomas .......... Jones
Luanne Roberts ......... Registration Clerk
Jason Wingreen ......... Ben
Michael Payne .......... Intern
*
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Music Score, Oliver Nelson
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis:
When somebody tries to kill a judge, Mark Sanger is reminded
of an old case.

4.05 [083] Ironside: NOEL'S GONNA FLY
15-Oct-1970 NBC Thur (rerun 19Aug71)
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Winston Miller
Written by Sy Salkowitz
Directed by Don Weis
Guest Stars:
Richard Basehart .... Noel Seymour
Tim Considine ....... Ricky Tower
Lorraine Gary ....... Elaine Potter
Dorothy Green ....... Mrs. Seymour
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Milton Frome ........ Dan King
With:
Jill Banner ......... Judy Blue
James Gavin ......... Officer Rankin
Ed Peck ............. Herb Cranston
Janice Pennington ... Wife
Michael Ontkean ..... Man
Nancy Vogel ......... Nancy
*
Associate Producer Jay Benson  / Story Editor, Albert Aley
Music Score, Oliver Nelson
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis 1:
A businessman (Richard Basehart) going through a 'mid-life crsis' falls into
strange company - with catastrophic results.
Synopsis 2:
The story of a man who becomes involved with an 18-year-old girl and a rock
musician after skipping his arraignment for public intoxication. [RF]
Synopsis 3:
The misadventures of Noel Seymour who is arrested for drunkenness, skips his
arraignment and becomes involved with an 18-year-old girl and a rock musician. [RF]

4.06 [084] Ironside: THE LONELY WAY TO GO
22Oct70
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Winston Miller
Written by Donn Mullally
Directed by Richard Benedict
guest stars
Carl Betz
Denny Miller

Johnny Seven (as Lt. Carl Reese) (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Jeanne Cooper ......... Mrs. Talley
Gene Lyons ............ The Commissioner (recurring)
With:
Sidney Clute .......... Leone
Paul Micale ........... Cabbie
Dennis McCarthy ....... Joe
Donna Duellette ....... Kathy Dana
*
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Music Score, Oliver Nelson
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis:
Police refuse to accept a murder confession from a financier.

4.07 [085] Ironside: CHECK, MATE, AND MURDER part 1
29-Oct-1970 NBC Thurs original airdate
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Joel Rogosin
written by Sandy Storm
Directed by David Lowell Rich
Guest Stars:
Hermione Gingold ..... Ernestine Mugford
Emile Genest ......... Frank Rousseau
Karin Dor ............ Jeanine Duvalier
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)(pt.1)
Alan Bergmann ........ Pierre Fougere
William Lanteau ...... Arnold Beckman
Ivor Francis ......... Claude (in pt. 1 only)
With:
Alain Patrick ........ Robert Duvalier
Maria Grimm .......... Claudette
Michael Sugich ....... Henri
Richard Angarola ..... Doorman (in pt. 1 only)
*
Associate Producer, Jay Benson
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Robert Beneveds, Production Exec. Harbour Prods. Unlimited
Music Score, Oliver Nelson
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis:
In Montreal, a convention of criminologists proves anything but
dull for Ironside, who rekindles an old romance, gets involved
in the terrorist element of the Separatist movement and tries
to solve the theft of a priceless chess set. Through it all,
he's watched by Ernestine Mugford, the cigar-smoking grand dame
of mystery writers. [RF]

4.08 [086] Ironside: CHECK, MATE, AND MURDER part 2
5Nov70
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Joel Rogosin
written by Sandy Stern
Directed by David Lowell Rich
Guest Stars:
Hermione Gingold ..... Ernestine Mugford
Emile Genest ......... Frank Rousseau
Karin Dor ............ Jeanine Duvalier
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)(pt.2)
John van Dreelen ...... Carl Shiller (in pt.2 only)
Alan Bergmann ........ Pierre
William Lanteau ...... Arnold Beckman
Herbert Anderson ..... Karp
With:
Alain Patrick ........ Robert
Maria Grimm .......... Claudette
Michael Sugich ....... Henri
Mark de Vries ........ Bert Manetta (in pt.2 only)
Ben Baker ............ Counterman (in pt.2 only)
Jack Raine ........... Jack Gillingham (in pt.2 only)
*
Associate Producer, Jay Benson
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Robert Beneveds, Production Exec. Harbour Prods. Unlimited
Music Score, Oliver Nelson
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis:
Chief Ironside moves on a stolen chess set.

4.09 [087] Ironside: TOO MANY VICTIMS
12Nov70 NBC Thur (rerun 24Jun71)
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Irving Pearlberg
Directed by Corey Allen
Guest Stars:
Forrest Tucker ...... Milt Stein
Kathy Lloyd ......... Barbara Stein
Lincoln Kilpatrick .. Tom Reinike
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Paul Carr ........... Dr. Burroughs
Andrew Rubin ........ Frank
Eddie Ryder ......... Klemin
With:
Alex Kravett ........ Pete Jordan
M. Jonathan Steele .. Marty Beale
*
Associate Producer, Jay Benson
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Robert Beneveds, Production Exec. Harbour Prods. Unlimited
Music Score, Oliver Nelson
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis 1:
A policeman's daughter (Kathy Lloyd) crashes her car after smoking canabis
and her father (Forrest Tucker) sets out to catch the man who sold her the stuff.
Synopsis 2:
Milt Stein, a newly promoted police captain, has resolved to nail - one way
or another the pusher who supplied his daughter with marijuana.

4.10 [088] Ironside: THE MAN ON THE INSIDE
19Nov70 NBC Thurs
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Winston Miller
Teleplay by Sy Salkowitz and Brad Radnitz
Story by Brad Radnitz
Directed by Don McDougall
Guest cast:
Gerald S. O'Loughlin .. Lt. Jimmy Burwell
Roger Perry ........... Mike Sidney
Simon Scott ........... Carmine De Bello
Michael Bell .......... Lannie Josephs
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Gene Lyons ............ The Commissioner (recurring)
Than Wyenn ............ Hikey Komack
With:
Judson Pratt .......... Parrish
Joseph Mell ........... Matty
Gail Bonney ........... Landlady
*
Associate Producer, Jay Benson
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Robert Beneveds, Production Exec. Harbour Prods. Unlimited
Music Score, Oliver Nelson
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis 1:
When a drug pusher is arrested following a spate of botched drug raids
he puts the blame on Ironside as a gang informer.
Synopsis 2:
Ironside becomes the victim of a clever frame-up when a dope pusher
fingers him as the syndicate's top-echelon tip-off man. [RF]

[--] 26-Nov-1970 "Ironside" preempted for Thanksgiving Day Special

4.11 [089] Ironside: BACKFIRE
3Dec70
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Frank Telford
Directed by John Florea
Guest Stars:
Robert F. Lyons
James Wainwright
Johnny Seven
(as Lt. Carl Reese) (recurring)
Kay Peters
Robert H. Harris

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Sallie Shockley ....... Elly
Gene Lyons ............ The Commissioner (recurring)
Vaughn Taylor ......... James Dawson
With:
Ben Hunter ............ John Bell
Lou Krugman ........... Dolan
*
Associate Producer, Jay Benson
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Robert Beneveds, Production Exec. Harbour Prods. Unlimited
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis:
Mark Sanger investigates an old case and accidently implicates Sgt Ed
Brown in a miscarriage of justice.

4.12 [090] Ironside: THE LAYING ON OF HANDS
10Dec70 NBC Thur (rerun 02Sep71)
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Winston Miller
Written by Tom Seller
Directed by Don McDougall
Guest Stars:
Alan Hewitt ........ Harley
Paul Fix ........... Barney
Phyllis Love ....... Jeannie Wickham
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
David Burton ......... Pablito Esteban
Edward Faulkner ...... Frank Wickham
With:
Rita Conde ........... Mrs. Esteban
Dort Clark ........... Sam
Charles Lampkin ..... Truck Driver
*
Associate Producer, Jay Benson
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Robert Beneveds, Production Exec. Harbour Prods. Unlimited
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis 1:
A phoney faith healing group use Pablito, a young Mexican boy, in
their show, claiming he has healing powers.
Synopsis 2:
Ironside investigates the managers of a teenage faith healer who claims
he can heal with his touch. [RF]

4.13 [091] Ironside: THIS COULD BLOW YOUR MIND
17Dec70 NBC Thur (rerun 26Aug71)
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Winston Miller
Teleplay by Sy Salkowitz and Stephen Cannell/ Story Stephen Cannell
Directed by James Neilson
Guest Stars:
Bradford Dillman ....... William Danner
George Grizzard ........ Larry
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Gene Lyons ............. The Commissioner (recurring)
Jerry Douglas .......... Fenton
John Lupton ............ Freeman
With:
Anne Whitfield ......... Mary (the Receptionist)
Regina Gleason ......... Mrs. Danner
Ann Doran .............. Mrs. Briggs
Tod Andrews ............ Man
John Cliff ............. Night Watchman
*
Associate Producer, Jay Benson
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Robert Beneveds, Production Exec. Harbour Prods. Unlimited
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis 1:
Ironside goes to hospital for psychological evaluation and finds that
a crook is trying to use the situation to discover the whereabouts of
an informer.
Synopsis 2:
In line for a top-secret Government job, Ironside must allow psychologist
William Danner to "stress test" his emotional stability. The catch: Danner
has a vested interest in breaking the Chief. [RF]

4.14 [092] Ironside: BLACKOUT
31Dec70
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Joel Rogosin
written by Robert Pirosh
Directed by Don McDougall
Guest Stars:
Jack Albertson
Roman Gabriel

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Sandy Kenyon ............ Kinney
With:
Myron Healey ............ Brill
Bill Quinn .............. Sgt. Reddick
John Ragin .............. 1st Policeman
Fred Holliday ........... 2nd Policeman
Allen Jaffe ............. Jonesy
James McEachin .......... 1st Desk Officer
Carol Saunders .......... 2nd Desk Officer
*
Associate Producer, Jay Benson
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Robert Beneveds, Production Exec. Harbour Prods. Unlimited
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis:
A power failure in San Francisco is a cover for a major robbery attempt.

4.15 [093] Ironside: THE QUINCUNX
7Jan71
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Max Hodge
Directed by Don Weis
Guest Stars:
David Carradine
Michael Blodgett

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Mabel Albertson ......... Laura May Tome
Carla Borelli ........... Jan Gayland
With:
Than Wyenn .............. Coroner
Paul Bryan .............. Henry Volkel
Bob Hastings ............ George Norene
David Moody ............. Barney
Ed Deemer ............... Off. Hugh Flynn
*
Associate Producer, Jay Benson
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Robert Beneveds, Production Exec. Harbour Prods. Unlimited
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis:
A folk trio comprising two brothers and a sister tour San Francisco, and
Eve's suspicions are roused when the girl, an old schoolfriend disappears
without a word. Ironside is faced with a bizarre mathematical puzzle.

4.16 [094] Ironside: FROM HRUSKA, WITH LOVE
21-Jan-1971 NBC Thur (rerun 01Jul71)
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Richard Shapiro
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Guest Stars:
Diana Hyland .......... Hruska
Mario Alcalde ......... Orlando Fuentes
Ron Soble ............. Bouchet
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Lee Joseph Casey ...... Emiliano
Rudolph Acosta ........ The Mexican Police Chief
Robert Contreras ...... Guillermo
Gene Lyons ............ The Commissioner (recurring)
Michael Hausserman .... Anton Hlinka
With:
John Archer ........... Prof. Appleton
Charles Wagenheim ..... Gas Station Attendant
*
Associate Producer, Jay Benson
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Robert Beneveds, Production Exec. Harbour Prods. Unlimited
Music Score by Oliver Nelson
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis 1:
The Chief and his team are detailed to escort a spy to Mexico, in
order to make an exchange with the Russians for an American scientist.
Synopsis 2:
Ironside and a Communist spy are kidnaped in this tale of espionage. [RF]
Synopsis 3:
A kidnaping jeopardizes Ironside's efforts to exchange a Czech spy for an
American accused of espionage. The kidnap victims: none other than Ironside and the Red Spy. [RF]

4.17 [---] Ironside: THE TARGET
 28-Jan-1971 NBC Thur (rerun 08Jul71)
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Winston Miller
Written by Sy Salkowitz
Directed by Don Weis
Guest Stars:
Earl Holliman ...... Gordy Brokaw
Vincent Van Patten .... Sonny Brokaw
Luana Anders ....... Nina Loring
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Joe Mantell ........ Franklin
Darwin Joston ...... Ned Harrison
Dennis Olivieri .... Mel Jackson
With:
Bob Cravage ........ 2nd Watchman
Gilman W. Rankin ... 1st Watchman
Viola Harris ....... Witness
Wendy Howard ....... Neighbor
Warren Parker ...... Neighbor
William Vaughan .... Bomb Squad Man
Glenn Stensel ...... Officer
*
Associate Producer, Jay Benson
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Robert Beneveds, Production Exec. Harbour Prods. Unlimited
Music Score by Oliver Nelson
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis 1:
A convict on parole is forced to make a deal for the sake of his son.
Synopsis 2:
An ex-con demolitions experts' son is kidnaped by revolutionaires. The
boy is being used as leverage to obtain dynamite.

4.18 [096] Ironside: A KILLING AT THE TRACK
4Feb71
Executive Producer Cy Chermak/ Produced by Douglas Benton
Teleplay by Robert Pirosh and Max Hodge
Story by Robert Pirosh
Directed by Don McDougall
Guest Stars:
Joel Grey
Ron Ely
Sherry Lansing
Dana Elcar

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Gene Lyons ............ The Commissioner (recurring)
Karl Swenson .......... Vet
With:
Frank Corsentino ...... Al Cochran
Al Hopson ............. Assistant Vet
Don Ross .............. Lab Technician
*
Associate Producer, Jay Benson
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Robert Beneveds, Production Exec. Harbour Prods. Unlimited
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis:
The Chief probes a series of fixed horse races, but his prime suspect
is Eve's one-time fiancé and a jockey who may be the unwitting key to it all. [RF]

4.19 [097] Ironside: ESCAPE
11Feb71
Executive Producer Cy Chermak / Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Adrian Spies
Directed by John Florea
Guest Stars:
Scott Glenn
Nico Minardos
Victoria Racimo

Special Guest Star:
Cal Bellini
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Robert Ellenstein ...... James B. Gerard
Nate Esformes .......... Juan Moreno
With:
Len Wayland ............ Shaller
Scutter McKay .......... Copy Boy
Priscilla Garcia ....... Stewardess
Bill Baldwin ........... Reoporter
*
Associate Producer, Jay Benson
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Robert Beneveds, Production Exec. Harbour Prods. Unlimited
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C.
Synopsis:
Ed and Eve travel to Mexico to assist in the interrogation of a
former suspect in a murder case, who has been arrested for a similar
offence across the border.

4.20 [098] Ironside: LOVE, PEACE, BROTHERHOOD AND MURDER
18-Feb-1971 NBC Thur (rerun 22Jul71)
Produced by Winston Miller
Teleplay by Robert Earl and Sy Salkowitz / Story by Sy Salkowitz
Directed by Don Weis
Guest Stars:
Robert Lipton ........ Alfred
Angel Tompkins ....... Kerry
Ella Edwards ......... Rhoda
*
Co-Starring:
Sally Struthers .... Sandy Fonda
David Bailey ....... Richard Bonner
Karen Arthur ....... Marge Bonner
Kenneth O'Brien .... Kerwin Morgan
With:
Kristin Helmore .... Virginia
Marcheline Bertrand .. Connie
Janice Fischer ......... Melissa
Irene Tedrow ........... Notherly Type
Walter Reed ............ Sgt. Dickerson
Ron Castro ........... Victor
Robert Lang .......... Art Mayo
Ron Pinkard .......... Jim Washington
Barry Cahill ......... 1st Doctor
Chuck Bowman ......... Officer
Ollie O'Toole ........ Richter
Robert E. Dugan ...... Sleazy Type
Lloyd Kino ........... 2nd Doctor
Bill Griffin ......... John
*
Associate Producer, Jay Benson
Story Editor, Albert Aley
Robert Beneveds, Production Exec. Harbour Prods. Unlimited
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C
Synopsis 1:
The star of an experimental 'flower-power' play is murdered.
Synopsis 2:
A whodunit involving an actress killed by heroin. [RF]
Synopsis 3:
The victim is an actress killed by heroin. The suspects: members of
an avant-garde theater troupe - and the producer's jealous wife. [RF]
*Filmed at the now defunct Pasadena Playhouse.

4.21 [---] Ironside: THE RIDDLE IN ROOM SIX
25-Feb-1971 NBC Thur (rerun 29Jul71)
Produced by Albert Aley
written by Stephen Cannell
Directed by John Florea
Guest Stars:
Andrew Duggan ...... Everett Ward
Paul Stevens ....... Henry Barbosa
Marsha Hunt ........ Judge Kline
*
Co-Starring: (end cast)
Joe Maross ......... Bill Turner
Anthony Eisley ..... Howard Harwell
Anna Navarro ....... Mrs. Navarro
Bruce Kirby ........ Nick Kirby
With:
George Petrie ...... Dr. Gregory
William Stevens .... Sheriff
Wayne Heffley ...... Norman Corbit
Robert Osterloh .... Pawnbroker
Bruce Edwards ...... Jury Foreman
Karen Bouchard ..... Laura Harwell
Morris Erby ........ Bailiff
Judd Laurance ...... 2nd Patrolman
Billie Bird ........ Woman
Byron Bradley ...... 1st Patrolman
James Woodall ...... Photographer
*
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C
Synopsis:
Ironside has only 24 hours to prove that a racketeer bribed one of the jurors at his trial.

4.22 [---] Ironside: THE SUMMER SOLDIER
04-Mar-1971 NBC Thur (rerun 05Aug71)
Produced by Albert Aley
Written by Jameson Brewer
Directed by Don Weis
Guest Stars:
Theodore Bikel ..... Arschag Divinian
Linda Marsh ........ Adrina
*
Co-Starring: (end cast)
Vincent Beck ....... Bedros Demirjian
Walter Koenig ...... Leo
Andrew Rubin ....... Ara
With:
Robert Patten ...... Officer Frost
Magda Harout ....... Zabelle
Joyana Frederics ... Belly Dancer
*
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C
Synopsis:
Ironside aids an elderly Armenian immigrant whose nephews are using his
tobacco shop to prepare synthetic marijuana. [RF]

4.23 [101] Ironside: ACCIDENT
11-Mar-1971 NBC Thur
Produced by Douglas Benton
Teleplay by William Douglas Lansford and Irving Pearlberg / Story by William Douglas Lansford
Directed by Don Weis
Guest Stars:
Edward Binns ....... Charlie Culver
Juanita Moore ...... Melissa Babcock
Ahna Capri
Charles Drake
Chelsea Brown

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Jay Novello ......... Carl Sloan
Bill Fletcher ....... Frank Hansen
Noah Keen ........... Dr. Robinson
*
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C
Synopsis 1:
Marc Sanger accidentally runs down an old lady.
Synopsis 2:
An insurance fraud may be indicated in a traffic accident involving Mark and an elderly woman. [RF]

4.24 [102] Ironside: LESSON IN TERROR
18-Mar-1971 NBC Thur
Produced by Winston Miller
Written by Donn Mullally
Directed by James Nielsen
Guest Stars:
Simon Oakland .......... Berringer Sr.
David Soul ............. as ?
Johnny Seven ........... Lt. Carl Reese (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Brad David ............. Theodore Berronger, Jr.
Christine Crawford ..... Edie
Gene Lyons ............. The Commissioner (recurring)
Heather North .......... Lori Stockton
With:
David Burk ............. Carter Houseman
Eric James ............. Jess Belfort
Andrew MacHeath ........ Ben
Paul Langton ........... Judge
Charlie Jones .......... Announcer
David Moses ............ Photographer
Synopsis:
Berringer Sr., is an attorney increasingly concerned about his son's involvement with anarchists. [RF]

[--] 25Mar71 "Ironside" preempted for NCAA Basketball Tournament

4.25 [103] Ironside: GRANDMOTHER'S HOUSE
01-Apr-1971 NBC Thur
Produced by Albert Aley
written by Preston Wood
Directed by Don Weis
Guest Stars:
Jessie Royce Landis .... Grandma
Burr DeBenning ......... Peter Brainard
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Bill Vint ............. Lace Chambers
Quinn O'Hara .......... Vangie
Solomon Sturges ....... Robby Nichols
Garry Morgan .......... Tim Loudon
Clarke Gordon ......... Martin Cahill
with:
Nevada Spencer ........ Alice
Alyscia Maxwell ....... Nurse
Craig Guenther ........ Officer Myers
Harold Fong ........... Houseman
*
Associate Producer, Jay Benson / Story Editor, Albert Aley
Robert Beneveds, Production Exec. Harbour Prods. Unlimited
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C
Synopsis:
A septuagenarian corporation director who's a victim of a costly purse-snatching enlists Ironside's help. [RF]

4.26 [---] Ironside: WALLS ARE WAITING
15-Apr-1971 (rerun 12Aug71)
Produced by Winston Miller
written by Sy Salkowitz
Directed by Barry Shear
Guest Stars:
William Shatner ........ Don Brand
Roger C. Carmel ........ Mike Elman
Michael Larrain ........ Ted Morgan
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Lazaro Perez ........... Tommy Sanchez
Patricia Mattick ....... Millie
Morris Buchanan ........ Arthur Torin
With:
Luanne Roberts ......... Dr. Ellis
C. Elliott Montgomery .... Mr. Thompson
Robert Ito ............ Officer
*
Associate Producer, Jay Benson / Story Editor, Albert Aley
Robert Beneveds, Production Exec. Harbour Prods. Unlimited
Director of Photography: Bud Thackery A.S.C
Synopsis 1:
Don Brand, a parole officer is blinded by an obsession with dope pushers,
and convinced that a narcotics parolee is making threats on his life.
Synopsis 2:
A parole officer's obsession with dope pushers drives him into a nearly
paranoid vendetta against a narcotics parolee. [RF]
*Note: Barbara Anderson's last episode.

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