CTVA US Crime - "Jake And The Fatman" (Fred Silverman/Viacom/CBS) Season 1 (1987-88)

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Starring William Conrad & Joe Penny
Season 1 (CBS) (1987-88)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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########### Jake and the Fatman ##############
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(location - Los Angeles)

1.01 [--] Jake and The Fatman: FATAL ATTRACTION (2hr. pilot)
prod. no. 8702-3009 (filmed in Los Angeles)
(copyright date 29Sep87)
Strathmore Productions in association with Viacom
The Fred Silverman Company
Supervising Producer, Joel Steiger
Associate Producer Jeff Peters
Produced and Directed by by Ron Satlof
Written by Douglas Stefen Borghi
Director of Photography, Hector R. Figueroa
Starring: William Conrad, Joe Penny, Alan Campbell
and Anne Francis as Dixie
Guest Stars:
Karen Austin ......... Rebecca Warfield
Kim Ulrich ........... Tina
James Karen
Eugene I. Peterson ... John Warfield
Allan Rich
Rebecca Bush
Bruce Greenwood ...... Carson Warfield
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
James Avery, Perla Walter, Wil Albert, Christopher Michael Moore,
Mike Muscat, Heidi Kozak, Eugene Glazer, Robert Benedetti
Stu Nahan
Featuring: (in alphabetical Order)
Richard Alan, Jim Beaver, Frank Coppola, John Paul Gamoke,
Joe Horvath, Leigh Kavanaugh, Tina Lifford, Joanna Lipari,
James McAlpine
McCabe proves that conspiratorial lovers - his widow and son,
killed a wealthy businessman.

1.02 [--] Jake and The Fatman: HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN  (NOT Verified)
<87*--1612> (filmed in Los Angeles)
26Sep87
teleplay by Tom Lazarus
directed by E.W. Swackhamer
guest stars
John Rubinstein ...... Brent Moore
Robert Reed .......... Kyle Williams
Jane Badler .......... Shelley
A politician is framed for the murder of his wife, his
assistant blackmails him.


1.03 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
LAURA
prod. no. 87**-1610 (filmed in Los Angeles)
6Oct87
Sup. Pr. Robert Hamilton / Pr. Barry Steinberg
Teleplay by Tom Lazarus
Story by Dean Hargrove & Joel Steiger
Directed by E.W. Swackhamer
Director of Photography, Ronald M. Vargas, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Bryn Thayer (as Laura Ruddon)
Robert Pierce (as Dennis McIntyre)
Larry Hankin
Rebecca Bush
Jay Ingram (as Lawrence Summer)
Rick Telles (as Richie Ortega)
And:
Lu Leonard as Gertrude (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Matt Roe ............ Lieutenant
Lillian Adams ....... Mrs. Gibson
Thorn McCleister .... Dover
Claudio Martinez .... Albert
Featuring:
Stephanie Shroyer ... Deputy D.A.
Freddie Dawson ...... Hayden
Anthony Paul Cecere .. Con Man
Dean Ferrandini ...... Wheelman
Synopsis:
Jake's ex partner is killed and evidence points to his fiancé.

1.04 [--] Jake and The Fatman: THE MAN THAT GOT AWAY  (NOT Verified)
<87**-1607> (filmed in Los Angeles)
13Oct87
written by Michael Genelin
directed E.W. Swackhamer
guest stars
Robert Culp .......... Harrison Gregg
Julie Cobb ........... Ellen Gregg
Mitzi Hoag ........... Bonnie
Edward Phillips ...... Philip Hunter
Rebecca Bush
A woman is charged with murder, her lawyer is her ex husband.

1.05 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
LOVE FOR SALE
prod. 87**-1609 (filmed in Los Angeles)
20Oct87
Sup. Pr. Robert Hamilton / Pr. Barry Steinberg
Written by Douglas Stefen Borghi
Directed by Christopher Hibler
Director of Photography, Ronald M. Vargas, A.S.C.
Guest Stars (In Alphabetical Order):
Mitchell Anderson (as Peter Broch)
Rebecca Bush
Claudia Cron (as Deirdre Clarke)
Larry Hankin
Ron Karabatsos
Lu Leonard (recurring)
Scott Palmer
And:
Dianne Kay (as Sally Rogers)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Roger Nolan ........ Security Guard
Brian George ....... Leo
Tom Haldeman ....... Defense Attorney
Adrian Drake ....... Sawyer
Featuring:
Joe Faust .......... Judge
Richard Gilbert-Hill ... Guest
Jeanie Moore ......... Girl
Synopsis:
Jake investigates the murder of McCabe's informant and is attracted to a woman involved in drug smuggling.

1.06 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
BROTHER, CAN YOU SPARE A DIME?
prod no. 8701-1611 (filmed in Los Angeles)
27Oct87
Teleplay by Robert Hamilton
Story by Dean Hargrove & Joel Steiger
Directed by Tony Mordente
Director of Photography, Ron Vargas
Special Guest Star:
Dwight Schultz ........ David Thompson
Guest Stars:
Russell Todd .......... Sean Thompson
Tim Russ .............. Pete
Efrain Figueroa
Josef Rainer
*
Co-Starring:(end credits)
Jack Fallon ........ Tom
Robert Britton ..... Frank
Tom Finnegan ....... Charlie Shapiro
Featuring:
Mary Ingersoll, Mark Drexler, Lisa Dinkins, Gerald Sharp
An ex-con is killing bums, but goes after a surprising
victim to try and outwit McCabe.

1.07 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
BODY AND SOUL
prod. no. 8704-1614 (filmed in Los Angeles)
3Nov87
Teleplay by Tom Lazarus
Story by Dean Hargrove & Joel Steiger
Directed by Jerry Jameson
Director of Photography, Ron Vargas
Special Guest Star:
Doran Clarke .......... Karen Stinson
Guest Stars:
Richard Karron
Robert O'Reilly ....... Arthur
And Special Guest Star:
Don Stroud ............ Bradford Long
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Patrick T.O'Brien ..... Ritchie
Jeff Abbott ........... Director
Featuring:
Bob Bralver, Al Jones, Jamie Namson
Synopsis 1:
Jake backs up a former lover/cop in the effort to nail the criminal who murdered her father.
Synopsis 2:
When the owner of an electronics store is killed, an ex-con is the prime suspect.

1.08 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
THE MAN I LOVE
prod. no. 8707-1617 (filmed in Los Angeles)
10Nov87
Written by Robert Hamilton
Directed by Michael Lange
Director of Photography, Ron Vargas
Special Guest Stars:
Leigh McCloskey
Guest Stars (in Alphabetical Order)
Brooks Gardner ........ Underwood
Marilyn Jones .......... Nancy Parsons-Lattimer
Lu Leonard ............ Gertrude Reilly (recurring)
Terri Treas ............ Connie
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Kimberly LaMarque ...... Sylvia
Chuck Walling .......... Courtroom Judge
Featuring:
David Schall, Mae E. Campbell, Isabel Cooley
Synopsis 1:
After the attempted murder of a young bride, Jake goes
in search of evidence against her deceitful husband.
Synopsis 2:
A man pushes his new wife of a boat - but she survives.

1.09 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME
prod. no. 8706-1616 (filmed in Los Angeles)
17Nov87
Written by Paul Robert Coyle
Directed by Michael Preece
Director of Photography, Ron Vargas
Special Guest Star:
Joe Regalbutto .......... Det. Andy Harmon
Guest Stars (in Alphabetical Order)
Bobbie Eakes ............ April Blue
Rick Fitts
Lu Leonard .............. Gertrude Reilly (recurring)
Chip Lucia
Joe Mays ................ B.J. Cooper
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Branscombe Richmond ..... Koko
Signy Coleman ........... Stacy
Tom Palmer .............. Judge Linheim
John Furlong ............ Sgt. Kroll
Casey Sander ............ Lt. Hummel
Richardo Lopez .......... Det. Abel
George Chambers ......... Virgilio
Jeff Austin ............. Deputy D.A.
Peter Sherayko .......... Cop
Jake gets close to a rock singer to nail a dirty cop.

1.10 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES
prod. no. 8709-1619
1Dec87
Written by Paul Robert Coyle
Directed by Harvey Laidman
Director of Photography, Ron Vargas
Guest Stars (in Alphabetical Order)
Mark Goddard .......... Alan Shay
Larry Hankin
Jeremy Roberts
Amy Steel ............. Samantha Shay
Henry Sutton
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Casey Sander .......... Orderly Hummel
Jo Ann A. Williams .... Rita Lee
Bill Kalmenson ........ Dr. Leahy
Freddie Dawson ........ Lab Man
Jacqueline Pulliam .... Woman with Truck
John C. Anders ........ Paramedic
Patricia Thomson ...... Nurse
A bogus blind woman kills her husband and the bugler

1.11 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS  (Christmas Episode)
prod. no. 8911-1664 (filmed in Hawaii)
prod. no. 8711-1621 (filmed in Los Angeles)
8Dec87
Written by Robert Hamilton
Directed by E.W. Swackhamer
Director of Photography, Ron Vargas
Special Guest Star:
Joan Darling ......... Joan Kugell
Guest Stars (in Alphabetical Order)
Pat Anderson ......... Wanda Brazil
Kurt Fuller
Lu Leonard .......... Gertrude Reilly (recurring)
Steve Liska .......... Frank Brazil
Charles Parks ........ Terry Brazil
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Mary Gregory ......... Judge
Casey King ........... McMasters
Featuring:
Lloyd Gordon ......... Dan
Dick Balduzzi ........ Mr. McCor
Ken Martinez ......... Officer Frank
Hilarie Thompson ..... 1st Reporter
Freddie Dawson ....... Technician
G. Smokey Campbell ... Tom Clancy
McCabe 'humbugs' as the assistant DA helps Jake to track down a murderous Santa.

1.12 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
AFTER YOU'VE GONE
prod. no. 8712-1622 (filmed in Los Angeles)
5Jan88
Teleplay by Paul Robert Coyle
Story by Paul Robert Coyle & Philip Saltzman
Directed by Paul Krasny
Director of Photography, Ron Vargas
Guest Stars (in Alphabetical Order)
Michael J. Aronin ..... Cain
Alan Feinstein ........ Steve Mathias
Barbra Horan .......... Andrea Skinner
Gary Hudson
Lu Leonard ............ Gertrude Reilly (recurring)
Joseph Ruskin ......... Tonio Sebastian
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Betty Jinnette ........ Elinor Tolin
Ivy Jones ............. Robin
Danny Masterson ....... Butch
Dana Stevens .......... Allison
Featuring:
Steve Susskind ........ Blinky
Michael Hungerford .... Santo
Steve Kramer .......... Doctor
Stewart Bradley ....... Judge
Brian Mulholland ...... Defense Attorney
Jake takes the place of a dead hitman in order to reveal the real target, McCabe.

1.13 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
IT HAD TO BE YOU
prod. no. 8713-1623 (filmed in Los Angeles)
12Jan88
(original working title was 'Someone to watch over me')
Written by Paul Robert Coyle
Directed by Ron Satlof
Director of Photography, Ron Vargas
Guest Stars (in Alphabetical Order)
Ann Dusenberry ........ Leslie Randall
Lu Leonard ............ Gertrude Reilly (recurring)
Richard Marcus ........ Duane Tucker
James Olsen ........... Dr. Robert Byers
Kat Sawyer-Young
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Kim Sebastian ......... Courtney
Casey Sander .......... Detective Hummel
Mary Gregory .......... Judge
Featuring:
Bonnie Johns .......... Defense Attorney
Shayna Hill ........... Kathy
Suzanne Kennedy ....... Laura Creighton
Lynette Montero ....... Linda Flores
Marya Morgan .......... Susan Barrington
Jake discovers serial rapists' aversion to felines, so a victim agrees to set a trap.

1.14 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
BUT NOT FOR ME
prod. no. 8714-1626 (filmed in Los Angeles)
19Jan88
Written by Robert Hamilton
Directed by Michael Lange
Director of Photography, Ron Vargas
Guest Stars (in Alphabetical Order)
Stephen Burleigh
Kurt Fuller
Jay Louden
Kelly Meadows ........ Jenny Morgan
Geoff Prysirr
Nicolas Walker ....... Eric
Special Guest Star:
Barbara Parkins ...... Candice Morgan
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Marjorie Stapp ....... Judge
Ennalls Berl ......... Jim
Bill McLaughlin ...... Detective Johnson
Freddie Dawson ....... Hayden
Anna Margo ........... Clerk
Luise Heath .......... Claire
A newswoman knows more than she's telling and McCabe has to get the real story from her reluctant daughter.

1.15 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE?
prod. no. 8715-1620 (filmed in Los Angeles)
26Jan88
Teleplay by Tom Lazarus
Story by Tom Lazarus & Philip Saltzman
Directed by Harvey Laidman
Director of Photography, Ron Vargas
Guest Stars (in Alphabetical Order)
Asher Brauner ......... Arthur Felix
Susan Cash ............ Jalene Felix
Jeffrey Combs ......... Allan Shuba
Lu Leonard (recurring)
Maggie Roswell ........ Vivian Sculley
James Louis Watkins ... SWAT Cmdr. Rickley
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Signy Coleman ......... Stacy
Johnny Cook ........... Robinson Nardo
Gary McGurk ........... Ralph Black
David Combs ........... Judge Pafko
Austin Kelly .......... Walter
Anita Hamilton ........ Aparicio
Jim Giannini .......... Roseboro
Featuring:
Gregory Millar ........ Dale
Robin Lee Zucchero .... Marci
Vaughn Armstrong ...... Swatman #1
Steve Whiteford ....... Swatman #2
Tony Borgia ........... Uniform
A grenade-laden gunman holds Derek and McCabe hostage.

1.16 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
LADY BE GOOD
prod. no. 8716-1625 (filmed in Los Angeles)
2Feb88
Written by Tom Lazarus
Directed by E.W. Swackhamer
Director of Photography, Ron Vargas
Special Guest Star:
Nana Visitor ......... E.J. Donovan
Guest Stars (in Alphabetical Order)
Brian Avory
Ivor Barry ............ Edward
Lu Leonard (recurring)
Special Guest Stars: (yes - more!)
Lee Purcell ........... Pamela Parker
Ed Nelson ............. Harrison Dole
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Fredric Cook .......... Finlay Weeks
Signy Coleman ......... Stacy
Sara Perry ............ Waitress
Betty Jinnette ........ Elinor Tolan
Stewart Bradley ....... Judge
Brian Mulholland ...... Defense Attorney
McCabe doesn't believe a drink driving accident and Jake uncovers an insurance scam.

1.17 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
I'LL BE SEEING YOU
prod. no. 8717-1630 (filmed in Los Angeles)
16Feb88
Teleplay by Robert Hamilton
Story by Peter Allen Fields and Dean Hargrove & Joel Steiger
Directed by Harvey Laidman
Director of Photography, Ron Vargas
Guest Stars (NOT Alphabetic on this episode)
John Lehne .......... Harry Bauer
Stacy Edwards ....... Kimberly Bauer
Tim Choate .......... Dwyer
Nadya Starr
Special Guest Star:
Alan Miller ......... Timothy O'Rourke
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Matt Roe ............ Oakland
Bill Kalmenson ...... Dr. Matheson
Warren Stanhope ..... Judge
Corinne Carroll ..... Sylvia
Milt Oberman ........ Ted
Peter MacLean ....... O'Rourke's lawyer
Featuring:
Peter Noel Duhamel .. Jack Burns
Thomas Nelson Webb .. Palmer
Skip O'Brien ........ Snyder
Pamela Hedges ....... Betsy
McCabe finds a witness willing to testify against a gang boss.
Jake has to get a murder witness to court after his being ten years on the run.

1.18 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
BABYFACE
prod. no. 8718-1627 (filmed in Los Angeles)
23Feb88
Produced by Barry Steinberg
Written by Dick Nelson
Directed by E. W. Swackhamer
Special Guest Star:
Bert Remsen .......... Amos Banning
Guest Stars (in Alphabetical Order)
Merritt Butrick ...... Taylor Fleming
Robert Mangiardi ..... Karl
Tony Montero
Suzanne Snyder
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Al Stevenson ......... Logan
Michael Paul Chan .... Michael
Featuring:
Dennis Paladino ...... Man #1
Robert Neary ......... Dancer
Jake uncovers the double life of a young heiress, an
alleged kidnap victim who is smitten with Jake.

1.19 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
BLUES IN THE NIGHT
prod. no. 8719-1629 (filmed in Los Angeles)
16Mar88
Produced by Barry Steinberg
Written by Robert Hamilton
Directed by Harvey Laidman
Special Guest Star:
Susan Blakely ........ Jennifer/Lisa Wilding
Guest Stars: (in Alphabetical Order)
Frank M. Bernard ..... Jean Claude Armond
Stephen Burleigh ..... Reid
Seth Jaffe
Barbara Whinnery
*
End Credits: (to be verified)
Featuring:(in Alphabetical Order)
Richard Alan
Joe Beaver
Frank Coppola
Jean Paul Gamoke
Heidi Gozak
Robert Benedetti
Stu Nahan
Jewel stealing twins supply alibi's for each other while one commits murder.

1.20 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
HOW LONG HAS THIS THING BEEN GOING ON?
prod. no. 8720-1633 (filmed in Los Angeles)
23Mar88
produced by Barry Steinberg
Teleplay by Tom Lazarus
Story by Franklin Thompson & Tom Lazarus
Directed by Christian I. Nyby II
Director of Photography, Ron Vargas
Guest Stars: (in Alphabetical Order)
George Deloy ......... Monsignor Hammond
Jeanna Michaels
Dorothy Parke ........ Adrienne Conroy
Special Guest Star:
David Soul ........... Nelson Boardman
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Jean Paul Gamoke ..... Newport
Freddie Dawson ....... Hayden
Featuring:
Nancy Arnold ......... Maid
Vince Inneo .......... Security Guard
Jake struggles to prove that his priest friend didn't commit murder.

1.21 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
I GUESS I'LL HAVE TO CHANGE MY PLAN
prod. no. 8721-1631 (filmed in Los Angeles)
30Mar88
Produced by Barry Steinberg
Written by Paul Robert Coyle
Directed by Michael Lange
Director of Photography, Ron Vargas
Special Guest Star:
Anthony Franciosa
Guest Stars: (in Alphabetical Order)
Kathryn Leigh Scott .. Holly Poole (NOT ALPHABETIC -STRANGE!)
Jere Burns ........... Kevin Barry
Casey Sander
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Frantz Turner ........ Charlie Travis
Michael Paul Chan .... Lab Man
An ex cop turned writer kills for his best seller, setting up his novel

1.22 [--] Jake and The Fatman:
RHAPSODY IN BLUE
prod. no. 8722-1634 (filmed in Los Angeles)
6Apr88
Produced by Barry Steinberg
Written by Robert Hamilton
Directed by Michael Lange
Director of Photography, Ron Vargas
Special Guest Star:
Ed Winter ............. Ned Covington
Guest Stars: (in Alphabetical Order)
Seth Jaffe
Kim Lankford .......... Cynthia Covington
Reid Shelton .......... Phil Duncan
Patrick Tovatt ........
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
James V. Christy ...... Ted
Tracey Needham ........ Gloria Connor
Christopher Michael ... Fred
Teri Sheridan ......... Caroline
Featuring:
Erin McGonigle ........ Marge
Richard Brailford ..... Detective Morgan
Frank Roach ........... Clifford
Mike Garibaldi ........ Thomas
An ambitious executive and his devious wife would kill for success.

(final episode in Los Angeles until season 4  ep #4.9
Seasons 2, 3 and the first 8 episodes of season 4 are set in Hawaii.)

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