CTVA US Crime - "NBC Mystery Movie: McCloud" (Universal) (1970-77) Dennis Weaver

CTVA
The Classic TV Archive - US Mystery Movie Series

Dennis Weaver series:
Gunsmoke (1955-64) - Kentucky Jones (1964-65) - Gentle Ben (1967-69)
  McCloud (1970-77) Stone (1979-80)Buck James (1987-88)

Video  - Dennis Weaver - Archive Interview (5pt)
NBC Mystery Movie:
McCloud

Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Rina Fox
references:
Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

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MYSTERY MOVIE: McCLOUD
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Universal Television/ Universal City Studios/ an MCA Company
for
NBC
US Police series 1970-77 pilot + 6 episodes x 60 min color
+ 40 episodes x 90/120 min color
Starring
Dennis Weaver as Marshall Sam McCloud
Co-Starring:
J.D. Cannon as Chief of Detectives Peter B. Clifford
Terry Carter as Sgt. Joe Broadhurst
Recurring Guest Star:
Diana Muldaur as Chris Coughlin
recurring cast:
Ken Lynch as Sgt. Grover
Sidney Clute as Detective Simms

Premise:
Stories of US Marshal Sam McCloud of Taous, New Mexico on secondment
to the New York Police Department, much to the annoyance of
Chief of Detectives Peter B. Clifford . The romantic interest is in the
form of magazine writer, Chris Coughlin played by Diana Muldaur who made
frequent guest star appearances in the series.
McCloud continued with
'NBC Wednesday Mystery Movie' beginning 9/22/71 (90 min)
subsequently with
'NBC Sunday Mystery Movie' beginning 10/1/72 (90/120 min)

'Mystery Movie' theme music by Henry Mancini

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0.00 [00] McCLOUD (pilot): WHO KILLED MISS U.S.A.? (2 hr TV Movie)
(a.k.a. Portrait of a Dead Girl)
17Feb70
Produced by Leslie Stevens
Associate Producer John Strong
Teleplay by Stanford Whitmore and Richard Levinson & William Link
Story by Stanford Whitmore
directed by Richard A. Colla
DirectOR Of Photography, Ben Colman
Music by David Shire
Song: "Another Way" Lyrics by Richard Maltby, Jr.
cast
Dennis Weaver ........... Sam McCloud
Craig Stevens ........... Whitman
(Peter) Mark Richman ..... Peter B. Clifford
Co-Starring:
Diana Muldaur ........... Chris Coughlin
Terry Carter ............ Sgt. Joe Broadhurst
Mario Alcalde ........... Peralta
Raul Julia .............. Father Nieves
Shelly Novack ........... James Waldron
Julie Newmar ............ Adrienne Redman
With:
Michael Bow ............. Billy
Nefti Millet ............ Ramos
Kathy Stritch ........... Merri Ann Coleman
Albert Popwell .......... Guard
Ira Cook ................ 2nd Reporter
Gregory Sierra .......... 1st Deputy
Tony Dante .............. 2nd Deputy
Victor Bozeman .......... Black Reporter
Bill Baldwin Sr. ........ 1st Reporter
Ron Henriquez ........... Vejar
Lee Pulford ............. Receptionist
Roberto Vargas .......... Chico
Synopsis:
Marshal Sam McCloud from a small New Mexico town escorts a subpoenaed
witness to New York City. When his witness is kidnapped, the marshall
tries to track him down in the unfamiliar city. During his search, he
finds himself in the middle of a murder case involving Puerto Rican
nationalists, a beautiful novelist, a Wall Street lawyer and a dead
beauty-contest winner. [RF]
Note: The pilot film for 'McCloud' was a reworking of the 1968
Clint Eastwood movie 'Coogan's Bluff'

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6-Hour Long Episodes as a segment of 'Four in One'
NBC Wednesdays 10:00PM ET

1.01 [--] McCloud: WHO SAYS YOU CAN'T MAKE FRIENDS IN NEW YORK CITY? (60 min slot)
('McCloud' segment of 'Four in One')
Universal prod. #183A
16Sep70 NBC Wed
Executive Producer, Leslie Stevens/ Produced by Glen A. Larson
Created by Herman Miller
Associate Producer, Bill Egan
Written & Directed by Douglas Heyes
Director of Photography, John M. Stephens
Music, David Shire
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon
Guest Cast:
Carl Betz as Aldon Flanders
Marj Dusay as Ellen Childs
Special Guest Star:
Diana Muldaur as Chris Coughlin
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Terry Carter as Sgt. Joe Broadhurst (regular)
With:
Ralph Story ........... Newscaster
Barbara Davis ......... Boots Walker
Johnny Silver ......... Elevator Operator
Charles H. Gray ....... 1st Policeman
Tony Ballen ........... 2nd Policeman
Jerry Crews ........... 1st Reporter
Ray Ballard ........... 2nd Reporter
Hollis Morrison ....... 3rd Reporter
Patti Heider .......... Stewardess
Randolph Mantooth ..... Intern
Michael Carr .......... Tony Romer
Mike Robelo ........... Hack Driver
Beverly Ralston ....... Dorcas Talbot
Synopsis:
A quarraling couple leads to murder and intrigue.
 
1.02 [--] McCloud: HORSE STEALING ON FIFTH AVENUE (60 min)
('McCloud' segment of 'Four in One')
Universal prod. #184A
23Sept70  NBC Wed
 Also featured in the compilation tv movie "Manhattan Manhunt"
Executive Producer, Leslie Stevens/
Written & Produced by Glen A. Larson
Created by Herman Miller
Associate Producer, Bill Egan
Drected by Bruce Kessler
(NOT written by Norman Hudis)
Director of Photography, John M. Stephens
Music, David Shire
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon
Guest Stars:
Diana Muldaur as Chris Coughlin (recurring)
Lorraine Gary as Joan Stanford
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Terry Carter ......... Sgt. Joe Broadhurst (regular)
With:
Leo Gordon ........... Officer Shannen
Ken Scott ............ Lt Vince Polk (recurring)
Angus Duncan ......... Dr. Bussey
William Bryant ....... Policeman
Bill Wintersole ...... Lab Man
Jeff Burton .......... 1st Reporter
Bill Baldwin (Sr.) ... 2nd Reporter
Howard Curtis ........ Arnold Stanford
Ric Mancini .......... Brodney
Tony Ballen .......... Officer
and:
Maggie Thrett ........ Godiva

1.03 [--] McCloud: THE CONCRETE CORRAL (60 min.)
('McCloud' segment of 'Four in One')
Universal prod. #185A
30Sep70 NBC Wed
 Also featured in the compilation tv movie "Murder Arena"
Executive Producer, Leslie Stevens/ Produced by Glen A. Larson
Created by Herman Miller
Associate Producer, Bill Egan
Written by Warren Douglas and David P. Harmon
Directed by Nicholas Colasanto
Director of Photography, John M. Stephens
Music, David Shire
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon
(Diana Muldaur does NOT appear)
Guest Stars:
Albert Salmi ......... Goose Jenkins
Joanna Moore ......... Donna Roberts
Burr DeBenning
Nancy Malone ......... Iris McKensie
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Terry Carter ......... Sgt. Joe Broadhurst (regular)
With:
William McKinney ...... Reuben
Dennis Fimple ......... Frankie
Tom Castronova ........ Officer
And:
James Wainwright ...... Bully
Cameo Appearance: (uncredited - final 30 seconds)
Doug McClure as Ringo Fontana, rodeo rider

Synopsis:
A rodeo murder at Madison Square Garden leads McCloud to the
uncovering of a bitter rivalry between two riders.

1.04 [--] McCloud: THE STAGE IS ALL THE WORLD (60 min)
('McCloud' segment of 'Four in One')

Universal prod. #184B
07Oct70 NBC Wed
 Also featured in the compilation tv movie "Manhattan Manhunt"
Executive Producer, Leslie Stevens/ Produced by Glen A. Larson
Created by Herman Miller
Associate Producer, Bill Egan
Written by Norman Hudis
Directed by Russ Mayberry
Director of Photography, John M. Stephens
Music, David Shire
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon
(Diana Muldaur does NOT appear)
Guest Stars:
Richard Dawson ......... Ted Callender
Christina Sinatra ...... Jennifer Houghton
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Terry Carter ........... Sgt. Joe Broadhurst (regular)
Richard Van Vleet ...... Les Lander
With:
Albert Popwell ......... Gus Milner
Bill Duncan ............ Policeman
And:
Murray Matheson ........ Grantley
Synopsis:
McCloud investigates a case of attempted murder in the world of Theatre.

1.05 [--] McCloud: WALK IN THE DARK (60 min)
('McCloud' segment of 'Four in One')

Universal prod. #185B
14Oct70 NBC Wed
 Also featured in the compilation tv movie "Murder Arena"
Executive Producer, Leslie Stevens/ Produced by Glen A. Larson
Created by Herman Miller
Associate Producer, Bill Egan
Drected by Russ Mayberry
Witten by Leslie Stevens
Director of Photography, John M. Stephens
Music, David Shire
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon
(Diana Muldaur does NOT appear)
Guest Stars:
Susan Saint James as Officer Keach (McMillan & Wife, Kate & Ally)
Ann Prentiss as Miss Murdock
(sister of Paula Prentiss Benjamin (Mrs. Richard Benjamin))
Special Guest Star:
Nina Foch as Sergeant F.J. Cameron
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Terry Carter ........ Sgt. Joe Broadhurst (regular)
With:
Stewart Bradley ...... Lloyd
Bart Burns ........... Reimer
Lou Massad ........... Richie
Carol Lawson ......... Receptionist
Billy Beck ........... News Vendor
Barbara Gates ........ Secretary
Mwaka Cumbuka ........ Royal
Rudi Herrera, Jr. .... Pico
and:
Ken Scott ........... Lt. Vince Polk (recurring)
Synopsis:
Chief Clifford assigns McCloud to a policewomen's squad; he goes after
a Central Park attacker. [RF]
 Song: "Take a Look Around," sung by Tim Morgon
music by Richard Maltby, Jr. and David Shire
Kapp records: MCA-40033 (K-12614)
Leeds Music Corp.
(this song was also featured in episodes of "The Virginian: Men from
Shiloh" and Alias Smith and Jones")


1.06 [--] McCloud: OUR MAN IN PARIS (60 min)
('McCloud' segment of 'Four in One')

Universal prod. #183B
21Oct70 NBC Wed
 Also featured in the compilation tv movie "Man From Taos"
Executive Producer, Leslie Stevens/ Produced by Glen A. Larson
Created by Herman Miller
Associate Producer, Bill Egan
Written by Leslie Stevens
Directed by Russ Mayberry
Director of Photography, John M. Stephens
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon
(Diana Muldaur does NOT appear)
Guest Stars:
Susan Strasberg as Anna Van Vliet (daughter of famed acting coach Lee Strasberg)
Alfred Ryder as Mason
Marcel Hillaire as Inspector Prideaux
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Terry Carter ........ Sgt. Joe Broadhurst (recurring)
Bill Fletcher ....... Voss
With:
Ken Stott ........... Lt Vince Polk (recurring)
Len Wayland ......... Pilot
Maurice Marsac ...... Official
Lilyan Chauvin ...... Housekeeper
Gail Peters ......... Ticket Agent
Guy De Vestel ....... Proprietor
Rico Cattani ........ Maupin
Jacques Foti ........ Gendarme
Alex Rodine ......... Vincennes
Otis Greene ......... Co-Pilot
*
And:
John van Dreelen as Rissient
Not on Credits:
(Jacqueline Voltaire as Madeleine)??

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[--] McCloud: MAN FROM TAOS (1970)(2hr. slot)
(compilation of 2-hour long episodes)
Universal prod. nos. #183A /#183B
(i) "Who Says You Can't Have Friends in New York City? (16Sep70)
(ii) "Our Man in Paris" (21Oct70)

(c)1970 Universal Studios
Executive Producer Leslie Stevens
Produced by Glen A. Larson
Based on Characters Created by Herman Miller
Written by Matthew Howard and Leslie Stevens
Directed by Russ Mayberry and Douglas Heyes
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon
Guest Stars:
Carl Betz as Aldon Flanders
Marj Dusay as Ellen Childs
Marcel Hillaire as Inspector Prideaux
Special Guest Stars:
Susan Strasberg as Anna Van Vliet
Alfred Ryder as Mason
Diana Muldaur (regular)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Terry Carter ........ Sgt. Joe Broadhurst (regular)
Bill Fletcher ....... Voss
With:
Ken Scott ........... Polk
Len Wayland ......... Pilot
Maurice Marsac ...... Official
Lilyan Chauvin ...... Housekeeper
Gail Peters ......... Ticket Agent
Ralph Story ......... Newscaster
Barbara Davis ....... Boots Walker
Johnny Silver ....... Elevator Operator
Charles H. Gray ..... 1st Policeman
Guy deVestel ........ Proprietor
Rico Cattani ........ Maupin
Jacques Foti ........ Gendarme
Alex Rodine ......... Vincennes
Otis Greene ......... Co-Pilot
Tony Ballen ......... 2nd Policeman
Jerry Crews ......... 1st Reporter
Ray Ballard ......... 2nd Reporter
Hollis Morrison ..... 3rd Reporter
Patti Heider ........ Stewardess
Randolph Mantooth ... Intern
Michael Carr ........ Tony Romer
Mike Robelo ......... Hack Driver
And:
John Van Dreelen .... Rissient
*
Associate Producer: Bill Egan
Music: David Shire
Director of Photography: John M. Stephens

[--] McCloud: MANHATTEN MANHUNT (1970)(2hr. slot)
(compilation of 2-hour long episodes)
Universal prod. nos. #184A /#184B
(i) "Horse Stealing on Fifth Avenue" (23Sep70)
(ii) "The Stage is all the World" (070ct70)


[--] McCloud: MURDER ARENA (1970)(90 min slot)
(compilation of 2-hour long episodes)
Universal prod. nos. #185A /#185B
(i) "The Concrete Corral" (30Sep70)
(ii) "Walk in the Dark" (14Oct70)

[Producer/Writer/Director credits missing ]
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring:
J.D. Cannon
Susan Saint James
Ann Prentiss
[Missing from Screen Credits - Nina Foch,
Joanna Moore, Albert Salmi, Burr DeBenning, Nancy Malone]
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Terry Carter ......... Sgt. Joe Broadhurst (regular)
James Wainwright ..... Billy
With:
William McKinney ..... Reuben
Steweart Bradley ..... Lloyd
Bart Burns ........... Reimer
Lou Massad ........... Richie
Carol Lawson ......... Receptionist
Billy Beck ........... Vendor
Barbara Gates ........ Secretary
Tom Castranova ....... Officer
And:
Ken Scott ............ Vince Polk
*
Associate Producer: Bill Egan
Music: David Shire
Director of Photography: John M. Stephens


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"The NBC Mystery Movie"
8:30 pm - 10:00 pm Eastern Wednesdays (90 min. time slot)
(rotated with "Columbo", "McMillan and Wife")

2.01 [07] McCloud: ENCOUNTER WITH ARIES (90 min slot)
Universal prod. #33409
22Sep71 NBC Wed
Produced by Dean Hargrove /Associate Producer, Peter Allan Fields
Written by Peter Allan Fields
Directed by Russ Mayberry
Director of Photography, William Margulies
Music Score, Dick De Benedictis
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon
(Diana Muldaur does NOT appear)
Guest Stars:
Sebastian Cabot as Sidney Cantrell
Peter Haskell as Richard Stevens
Susan Strasberg as Lorraine
Louise Latham as Emily Cantrell
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Alan Oppenheimer ....... Mervin Simmons
Terry Carter ........... Detective Broadhurst (recurring) (Yes Detective NOT Sgt.)
Robert Hogan ........... Detective Finnegan
Jill Jaress ............ Gloria
With:
Booth Colman ........... Hines
Woodrow Parfrey ........ Elmer
Elisha Cook (Jr.) ...... Mr. Diller
Forrest Lewis .......... Old man
Fred Holliday .......... Intern
Elizabeth Lane ......... Nurse
Athena Lorde ........... Floor nurse
Nancy Jeris ............ Police artist
James Gavin ............ Policeman
Synopsis:
The wife (Louise Latham) of astologer Sidney Cantrell (Sebastian Cabot)
is kidnapped and held hostage. Angered, Cantrell confronts the
abductor (Peter Haskell) and diminishes the chances of finding his wife.

2.02 [08] McCloud: TOP OF THE WORLD, MA? (90 min slot)
Universal prod. # 33405
03Nov71 NBC Wed
Produced by Dean Hargrove / Associate Producer, Peter Allan Fields
Teleplay by Peter Allan Fields / Story by Raymond Danton
Directed by Alex March
Director of Photography, William Margulies, A.S.C.
Music Score , Dick De Benedictis
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon
(Diana Muldaur does NOT appear)
Guest Stars:
Robert Webber as Jack Faraday
Stefanie Powers as Jackie Dawn
Joan Blondell as Ma White
Bo Svenson as Charles 'Bubba' White
Vincent Gardenia as Barney Sweetwater
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Terry Carter .......... Det. Broadhurst (recurring)(Yes Detective NOT Sgt.)
Milton Selzer ......... Flynn
Val Avery ............. Gruber
Bill Fletcher ......... Larry
With:
Ed Peck ............... Bartender
Antony Carbone ........ Dave
John Lawrence ......... Pakowski
Dodo Denney ........... Cynthia
John Harmon ........... Gilliespie
Lennie Bremen ......... Fifi
Synopsis:
McCloud and football player Bubba look for the New York mobster who
owes him $10,000, with the help of his ornery mother! [RF]

2.03 [09] McCloud: SOMEBODY'S OUT TO GET JENNIE (90 min slot)
Universal prod. # 33411
24Nov71 NBC Wed
Produced by Dean Hargrove/ Associate Producer, Peter Allan Fields
Written by Robert Presnell Jr.
Directed by Jack Smight
Director of Photography, William Margulies, A.S.C.
Music Score for McCloud, Billy Goldenberg
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon
(Diana Muldaur & Terry Carter do NOT appear)
Guest Stars:
Barry Sullivan ........ Ralph Touhy
Cameron Mitchell ...... Robert Devlin
Gabriel Dell .......... Ira Mastin
Special Guest Star:
Julie Sommars ......... Jennie Tanaquil/Diane Parlette
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Gerald Hiken .......... Dr. Gortgaard
With:
Priscilla Pointer ..... Shirley
William Bryant ........ Detective Parker
Annie Randall ......... Beverly
Alicia Bond ........... Eva
Emile Beaucard ........ Frank
Synopsis:
A retired general, collects a double indemnity policy when his
partner dies. The dead man's secretary has trouble adjusting to his death.

2.04 [10] McCloud: THE DISPOSAL MAN (90 min slot)
Universal prod. # 33404
29Dec71 NBC Wed
 Produced by Dean Hargrove / Associate Producer, Peter Allan Fields
Teleplay by Mel Arrighi & Dean Hargrove, Story by Mel Arrighi
Directed by Boris Sagal
Director of Photography, William Margulies, A.S.C.
Music Score for McCloud, Billy Goldenberg
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon
(Terry Carter does NOT appear)
Guest Stars:
Patrick O'Neal as Arthur Yerby
James Olson as Richard Dane
Jack Carter as Frank Gordon
Arthur O'Connell as Harry Nylan
Nita Talbot as Rosalie Hudgins
Diana Muldaur as Chris Coughlin (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
James McEachin ....... Richard Thatcher
Murray Matheson ...... George Lincoln
Jean Allison .......... Marian Yerby
Randolph Mantooth ..... Phillip Yerby
Arlene Martel ......... Linda Farley
*
With:
Pat Renella ........... Malcolm Petrie
David Mauro ........... Bellamy
Lew Palter ............ Burton Hill
Art Lewis ............. Desk Clerk
Pat Morita ............ Felix
Midori ................ Monica
Judi Sherven .......... Attendant
Synopsis:
Corporation boss Arthur Yerby , who has made many enemies, including
his own wife and son does not really believe someone seeks his life.
Making McCloud's job more difficult.

2.05 [11] McCloud: A LITTLE PLOT AT TRANQUIL VALLEY (90 min slot)
Universal prod. # 33417
12Jan72 NBC Wed
Produced by Dean Hargrove / Associate Producer, Peter Allan Fields
Written by Peter Allan Fields
Drected by Jack Smight
Director of Photography, William Margulies, A.S.C.
Music Score for McCloud, Dick De Benedictis
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon
(Terry Carter does NOT appear)
Guest Stars:
Vic Morrow as Richard
Joyce Van Patten as Lucy Sloan
Diana Mulduar as Chris Coughlin (recurring)
Special Guest Stars:
Moses Gunn as Morgan
Burgess Meredith as Marvin Sloan
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Allen Garfield ........ Ralphie
Lonny Chapman ......... Gabe Lester
Alfred Ryder .......... Dudley
Arlene Martel ......... Tour Guide
With:
Bruce Kirby ........... PR Man
E.J. Andre ............ Elmer
Karen Carlson ......... Receptionist
Jack Edwards .......... Winston
Sam Edwards ........... Johnson
Savannah Bentley ...... 2nd Nurse
Not Credited?
Stuart Nisbet as Doctor
Hank Worden as Elderly Patient

Synopsis:
The brother-in-law of the head of a cemetery, used as a clearing house for
diluting stolen medicine, bungles a robbery and is wounded in a shoot out.

2.06 [12] McCloud: FIFTH MAN IN A STRING QUARTET (90 min)
Universal prod. # 33415
02Feb72 NBC Wed
Produced by Dean Hargrove / Associate Producer, Peter Allan Fields
Written by James D. Buchanan & Ronald Austin
Directed by Russ Mayberry
Director of Photography, William Margulies, A.S.C.
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon
(Diana Muldaur does NOT appear)
Guest Stars:
Gary Collins as Kevin Mallory
Neville Brand as Fred Shultke
Joseph Wiseman as Paul Rudell/Stephen Rudensky
Shelley Fabares as Natalie Rudell
Richard Haydn as Kurt
Special Guest Star:
Lilia Skala as Eugenia Rudell
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Terry Carter ......... Detective Broadhust (recurring)
Rick Weaver .......... Louis Brocco
Alex Hentleloff ...... Waldemar
Avery Schreiber ...... Milton
with
Timothy Carey ........ Apartment Manager
Charlie Jones ........ Newscaster
Jessica H. Jones ..... Victoria
Gloria Dixon ......... Loretta
Tami Shaw ............ Maid
Dick Miller .......... Green Hat
Synopsis:
Music student Louis Brocco is accused of murdering the maestro,
but McCloud's suspicions point towards a reformed gangster.

2.07 [13] McCloud: GIVE MY REGRETS TO BROADWAY
Universal prod. # 33419
23Feb72 NBC Wed
Written by Peter Allan Fields
Directed by Lou Antonio
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon
Guest Stars (NOT- verified)
Milton Berle as Malcolm Garnett
Barbara Rush as Louise Blanchard
Janette Lane Bradbury as Carol Huntington
Diana Muldaur (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits) (verified on film)
Terry Carter ............ Det Joe Broadhurst
Jeffrey Pomerantz ....... Julian Franco
Arthur Franz ............ Charlie Harrington
Eric Christmas .......... Smight
With:
Regis J. Cordic ......... Partridge
Arthur Malet ............ Leonard
Reginald Owen ........... Orville
Vic Tayback ............. Thomas
Jean Byron .............. Evelyn
Barbara Rhoades ......... Susan
Fran Ryan ............... Nurse
Ike Urrutia ............. Policeman
( NOT on screen credits - Michael Santiago as Cop?)
Associate Producer, Peter Allan Fields
Director of Photography, Harry Wolf, A.S.C.
Synopsis:
McCloud investigates whether his friend was killed in the line of duty,
murdered by mistake or killed deliberately during a phony robbery attempt.

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"The NBC Sunday Mystery Movie"
8:30 pm - 10:00 pm Eastern (90 min. time slot)
(rotated with "Columbo", "McMillan and Wife", "Hec Ramsey")

3.01 [14] McCloud: THE NEW MEXICAN CONNECTION (90 min slot)
Universal prod. # 35302
01Oct72 NBC Sun
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Produced by Michael GLeason
Associate Producer, Arthur E. McLaird
Written by Glen A. Larson
Directed by Hy Averbach/Russ Mayberry
Director of Photography, William Cronjager
Music by John Andrew Tartaglia
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon
Guest Stars:
Jackie Cooper as Winn Hollis
Murray Hamilton as Adrian Becker
and:
Diana Muldaur as Chris Coughlin (recurring)
Special Guest Stars:
Rick Nelson as Jimmy Roy Taylor
Gilbert Roland as Marshal Ben Melendez
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Terry Carter ........ Sgt. Joe Broadhurst (recurring)
Ray Danton .......... Stokes
Gary Vinson ......... Wilks
Ken Lynch ........... Sgt. Grover (recurring)
Sharon Gless ........ Sergeant Maggie Clinger
With:
Vic Mohica .......... Deputy Delgado
Sidney Clute ........ Simms
Robby Weaver ........ Young Demonstrator

Song: "Garden Party" sung by Rick Nelson
Synopsis:
McCloud's girlfriend is held hostage with the ransom being the release
of a murder suspect. Rick Nelson sings his song "Garden Party" in this episode.

3.02 [15] McCloud: THE BAREFOOT STEWARDESS CAPER (2hr)
Universal prod. # 35304
03Dec72 NBC Sun
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Produced by Michael GLeason
Associate Producer, Arthur E. McLaird
Teleplay by Glen A. Larson & Michael Gleason/ Story by B.W. Sandefur
Directed by Harry Falk
Director of Photography, William Cronjager
Music Score: Richard Clements
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon
Guest Stars:
Britt Ekland as Vicki Ericsson
John Williams as ?
Lincoln Kilpatrick as Calvin Jones
Special Guest Stars:
Jo Ann Pflug as Eva Mueller
Patrick O'Neal as Alex Demarest
Also Starring:
Don Knight as Brian Stone
Jacques Aubuchon as Monte Carlo Police Inspector
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Terry Carter ......... Sgt. Joe Broadhurst (recurring)
Ivor Barry ........... Sir Thomas Langdon
Marcel Hillaire ...... Inspector LeBlanc
Richard Angarola ..... Inspector Arturo Banducci
Ken Lynch ............ Sgt. Grover (recurring)
David Frankham ....... English Police Officer
Marlene Clark ........ Sabrina Crawford
with
Ginny Golden ......... Maria Ramirez
Sidney Clute ......... Detective Simms (recurring)
Donald Journeaux ..... Wine Steward
Lanna Saunders ....... Stewardess
Oscar Beregi ......... Paris Waiter
Victor Rogers ........ London Agent
(Thomas Bellin as Officer Barnes)(NOT on credits?)
Synopsis 1:
A group of stewardess' pull off the theft of a century! [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Cat burglars work as flight attendants, from Europe to the Caribbean.
   
3.03 [16] McCloud: THE PARK AVENUE RUSTLERS (90 min slot)
Universal prod. # 35307
24Dec72 NBC Sun
 (not to be confused with #6.01 'Park Avenue Pirates')
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Produced by Michael GLeason
Associate Producer, Arthur E. McLaird
Written by Sy Salkowitz
Directed by Jack Arnold
Director of Photography, William Cronjager
Music by Lee Holdridge
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon
Guest Stars:
Eddie Albert as Roy Erickson
Roddy McDowall as Phil Sandler
and:
Diana Muldaur as Chris Coughlin (recurring)
Special Guest Stars:
Brenda Vaccaro as Deputy Marge Serino
Lloyd Bochner as Jerry Bristol
and:
Norman Fell as Lt. Ed Feldman
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Terry Carter ......... Detective Broadhurst (yes - Detective) (recurring)
George Murdock ....... Officer Duncan
With:
Michael Richardson .... Ritchie Garris
Suzanne Cohane ........ Officer Patricia Banks
Stephanie Faulkner .... Operator
Johnny Silver ......... Cab Driver
Gavin James ........... Helicopter Pilot
Synopsis:
Sam McCloud is assigned an attractive new partner (Brenda Vaccaro).

3.04 [17] McCloud: SHOWDOWN AT THE END OF THE WORLD (90 min slot)
Universal prod. # 35301
07Jan73 NBC Sun
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Produced by Michael GLeason
Associate Producer, Arthur E. McLaird
written by Robert Hamner
Directed by Louis Antonio
Director of Photography, William Cronjager
Music by Lee Holdridge
Song: "There Ya Go" by Glen Larson & Bruce Belland
Sung by David Somerville
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon
(Diana Muldaur does NOT appear)
Guest Star:
Bradford Dillman as Michael Dominick
Special Guest Stars:
Lee J. Cobb as Alexander Montello
Eddie Egan as Al Barber
Co-Starring: (opening credits)
Jaclyn Smith as Jackie rogers
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Terry Carter ........ Sgt. Joe Broadhurst (recurring)
Arthur Batanides .... Andy Falco
Bruce Kirby ......... Desk Clerk
With:
Lew Palter .......... Cab Driver
Rick Weaver ......... Jerry Connors
Don Hanmer .......... Ben
Bill Walker ......... Customs Inspector
John Finnegan ....... Doorman
*
Synopsis 1:
Marshal Sam McCloud falls in love with Catherine. Unbeknownst to the
New York-based peacekeeper, his lady friend is up to her earrings in
danger. Unwittingly involved in a drug-smuggling operation, the girl is
likely to be killed unless McCloud lays off his current investigation. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
McCLoud tracks down a group of racketeers. His investigations lead to a
confrontation at the abandoned site of the 1964 New York World's Fair.

3.05 [18] McCloud: THE MILLION DOLLAR ROUNDUP (2hr slot)
Universal prod. # 35309
04Feb73 NBC Sunday
directed by Douglas Heyes
written by Douglas Heyes
cast
Harry Guardino as Sgt Edward Toomey
Eric Braeden as Ravik
Nehemiah Persoff as Perry Cicero
Robert Middleton as Elliott Jason
Jay Novello as Cesare Cimerosa
Teri Garr as Nora Mullins
with
Tracy Reed as Carol Broadhurst
Joseph Ruskin as Balwant Dari
Jan Arvan as Dr. Massimo Vignola
Peter Mamakos as Mario Tagiagambe
Patrick Whyte as Ronald Feathering
Teri Turner as Tobe
Synopsis 1:
A priceless art object is stolen from the deathbed of a dying mobster. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
McCloud seeks an assassin (Eric Braeden) killing from Rome to New York,
and finds a jade horse.

################ McCloud ###################
############# season 4 1973-74 ###############
##############################################
"The NBC Sunday Mystery Movie"
8:30 pm - 10:30 pm Eastern (2 hr. time slot)
(rotated with "Columbo", "McMillan and Wife", "Hec Ramsey")

4.01 [19] McCloud: BUTCH CASSIDY RIDES AGAIN (2hr slot)
Universal prod. #38004
14Oct73 NBC Sun
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Produced by Michael GLeason
Associate Producer, Herbert Wright
written by Glen A. Larson
Directed by Barry Shear
Director of Photography, John Morley Stephens
Music Score, Frank DeVol
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
(Diana Muldaur - does NOT appear in this episode)
Guest Stars:
William Daniels as Clayton Gillis
Linda Evans as Geri March
And:
Lloyd Nolan as Elroy Jenkins
Special Guest Stars:
Stefanie Powers as Samantha Johnson
Roger Davis as Virgil
Pat O'Brien as Mac 'Fergie' Ferguson
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Herb Voland .......... 2nd Executive (Mr. Winston)
Robert F. Simon ...... Tobey
Ken Lynch ............ Sgt. Grover (recurring)
James Milhollin ...... 1st Executive (Harris)
With:
Clete Roberts ........ Charles Price
Bill Bryant .......... Courier
Buddy Lester ......... Hotel Clerk
Rick Weaver .......... 2nd Gang member (Gopher)
Carol Brooks ......... Bank Teller
Artie Shaw ........... Fire Chief
(Jonathan Hole as Mr. Darwin - NOT on credits?)
Synopsis 1:
A fun entertaining episode, they call themselves "The Hole in the Wall
Gang", they rob banks and trains, one claims to be the son of Butch
Cassidy and they are over 80 years old! Sit back and watch McCloud corral
these old fossils, dont be roped into thinking that all is well in the
romance department either. Seems to be two fillies after the Cloudster!!! [RF]
Synopsis 2:
McCloud tests a bank's security and is robbed by four Western-style  bandits.

4.02 [20] McCloud: THE SOLID GOLD SWINGERS (2hr slot)
Universal prod. #38003
02Dec73 NBC Sun
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Associate Producer, Herbert Wright
Written & Produced by Michael Gleason
Directed by Louis Antonio
Director of Photography, Emil Oster
Music Score, Stu Phillips
Guest Stars:
Joanna Pettet ......... Melissa Thompson/Margaret Harker/Charlotte Ockerman
Ross Martin ........... Jerry Davis/Frank Morris/Charles Hollenbeck
Special Guest Stars:
Joanna Barnes ......... Karen Chandler
Steve Allen ........... Doug King
Neville Brand ......... Detective Lt. Roy Mackie
*
Co-Staring: (end credits)
Simon Scott .......... Senator Arthur Ferris
Teri Garr ............ Sgt. Phyllis Norton (recurring)
Elizabeth Lane ....... Grace Hollenbeck
William Bramley ...... Detective Sgt. Reese
Don Hanmer ........... Harvey
William Gleason ...... Billy
And:
Denny Miller ......... Murphy Michaels
Synopsis 1:
A call girl service is under attack, someone is killing the call girls! [RF]
Synopsis 2:
A dead girl's body vanishes from McCloud's balcony, leading
to a killer stalking call girls.

4.03 [21] McCloud: COWBOY IN PARADISE (Hawaii)(2hr slot)
Universal prod. #38002
20Jan74 NBC Sun
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Supervising Producer Michael Gleason
Produced by Herbert Wright/ Associate Producer Ronald Satlof
written by Jimmy Sangster
Directed by Jerry Paris
Director of Photography, Kenneth T. Williams
Guest Stars:
Louise Lasser ......... Sgt. Maggie Philbin
James Gregory ......... Dave Harmon
Special Guest Stars:
Martha Hyer ........... Peggy Hamilton
Don Ho ................ Al Moana
Richard Denning ....... Edgar Hamilton
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
with
Nephi Hannemann ....... Lt. Kelani
Ken Lynch ............. Grover (recurring)
With:
Robert M. Luck ........ Bill Wrigley
Bob Basso ............. Alan Davis
Elithe Aguiar ......... Mara
Karen Klein ........... Stewardess (Kate)
Alan Naluai ........... Carter, The Chauffeur
Synopsis 1:
Very entertaining episode with Don Ho singing his signature song "Tiny
Bubbles". McCloud and Clifford are in Hawaii on a Detectives
Convention, when the crime of one of the huala dancers brings trouble to
Clifford (a set up). Leaving things up to Sam and Maggie to solve. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
A New York policewoman (Louise Lasser) in Hawaii helps
McCloud clear Clifford of killing a nightclub singer (Don Ho).

4.04 [22] McCloud: THE COLORADO CATTLE CAPER (90 min)
Universal prod. #38006
24Feb74 NBC Sun
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson
Written & Produced by Michael Gleason
Directed by Robert Day
Guest Stars:
John Denver .......... Deputy Dewey Cobb
Ed Ames .............. Abel Hollister
Robert Sampson ....... Clay Jordan
Special Guest Stars:
Claude Akins ......... Sheriff Floyd Bevins
Patrick Wayne ........ Deputy Morris Knowles
*
(end credits - NOT  verified)
Farrah Fawcett as Gloria Jean
Vic Tayback as Carl Banducci
John Milford as Ben Willis
Austin Stoker as Gene Pearson
Conrad E. Palmisano as Chet
Erik Holland as Lester Neal
Rhonda Copland as Luann
George McDaniel as Willie
John Calvin as Reporter
Synopsis:
During election time cattle rustling impedes the election for sheriff. [RF]

4.05 [23] McCloud: THIS MUST BE THE ALAMO (2hr)
Universal prod. #38009
24Mar74 NBC Sun
(not to be confused with #5.09 'Return to the Alamo')
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson
Produced by Michael Gleason/ Associated Producer, Ronald Satlof
Written by Glen A. Larson
Directed by Bruce Kessler
Director of Photography, Alric Edens, A.S.C.
Musci Score, Stu Phillips
Starring: Dennis Weaver/ Also Starring J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
(Diana Muldaur - does NOT appear in this episode)
Guest Stars:
Van Johnson ........... Dan Kiley
Laraine Stephens ...... Shannon Taylor
Ray Danton ............ Chuck Mason
Special Guest Stars:
Eugene Roche .......... Rockford
Della Reese ........... Gladys
Jack Kelly ............ Manny Donner
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Gregory Sierra ........ Patrolman Cross
Ken Lynch ............. Sgt. Grover (recurring)
Teri Garr ............. Sgt. Phyllis Norton (recurring)
Sidney Klute .......... Det. Simms (recurring)
Mary Carver ........... Queen Mary
Robert Weaver ......... Scoop Henderson
And:
Michael Pataki ........ Officer Rizzo
With:
Marc Hannibal ......... Elton Packer
Ken Scott ............. Lt Vince Polk (recurring)
John Zaremba .......... Capt. Patterson
Linda Scruggs ......... Lana
Silas Tanney .......... Dr. Simon
Thomas Bellin ......... Officer Barnes
Clete Roberts ......... Newsman
Sandra Escamilla ...... Gabriella
Yolanda Veloz ......... Lana's Friend
Pete Sotos ............ Desk Sergeant
(Booth Colman as Medical Examiner - NOT on Credits ? )
Synopsis 1:
During a heat wave, Chief Clifford is called away and leaves Sgt.
Broadhurst in charge. A football gambling operation begins eliminating
witnesses and clues, leading to an attack on police headquarters. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
A mobster's girlfriend (Laraine Stephens) links an assault
on a football player and her lover's (Jack Kelly) murder

################ McCloud ###################
############# season 5 1974-75 ###############
##############################################
"The NBC Sunday Mystery Movie"
8:30 pm - 10:30 pm Eastern (2 hr. time slot)
(rotated with "Columbo", "McMillan and Wife", "Amy Prentiss")

5.01 [24] McCloud: THE BAREFOOT GIRLS OF BLEECKER STREET (2 hr slot)
Universal TV prod. #40505
22Sep74 NBC Sun
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson
Produced by Michael Gleason / Associate Producer, Ronald Satlof
Written by Lou Shaw
Directed by Barry Shear
Director of Photography, Ben Colman
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
(Diana Muldaur does NOT appear)
Guest Stars:
Shelley Winters as Thelma
Gordon MacRae as Sheriff John Rodney
Robyn Millan as Honey
Kay Lenz as Eve
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ken Lynch .......... Det. Grover (recurring)
Bill Fletcher ...... Harry Walters
Lindsay Workman .... William
Whit Bissell ....... Dr. Hansen
Don Hanmer ......... Johnny
Vicky Huxtable ..... Shirley (NOT Sherry)
And:
Joshua Shelley ..... Desk Clerk
With:
Morris Buchanan .... Sgt Mulligan
Karen Klein ........ Nurse (Nancy)
Raynold Gideon ..... Man (Alan)
Jim Nolan .......... Randall (Falstaff)
Read Morgan ........ Ambulence Attendant
and:
Keith Barbour ...... Chip
David Somerville ... Peter (Fryer)
Gail Jensen ........ Stevie (NOT Sally)
(James Noble as Patrolman Harris - Uncredited ?)
Synopsis 1:
Unwed mother "dates" guys for cash in a place run by Thelma and of
course someone gets it and the girl is on the run. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
A runaway girl leads McCloud to a Greenwich village discotheque illegally selling liquor. [UK]

5.02 [25] McCloud: THE GANG THAT STOLE MANHATTEN (2 hr slot ?) (90 min slot)
Universal prod. #40503
13Oct74 NBC Sun
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson
Produced by Ronald Satlof /Associate Producer, Winrich Kolbe
Teleplay by Nicholas E. Baehr / Story by Gerry Day & Bethel Leslie
Directed by Bruce Kessler
Directors of Photography, Ben Colman A.S.C. & Sol Negrin A.S.C.
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
(Diana Muldaur does NOT appear)
Guest Stars:
Larry Hagman as Larry Harris
Leslie Parrish as Lynne O'Connell
Marc Lawrence as Vito Gilardi
Edward Binns as Wild Bill Hickok
Special Guest Stars:
Fernando Lamas as Max Cortez
Toni Holt as Miss Gigi
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ruth McDevitt ........... Landlady
Coleen Gray ............. Mrs. Clifford
Salem Ludwig ............ Ben Segrist (NOT Pip)
With:
Sidney Clute ............ Simms
Junero Jennings ......... Officer Levine
Gino Ardito ............. O'Hara
Jerry Lacy .............. Jack Mellish  (NOT Jenny Lacy as Karen)
Gerald York ............. Produce Company Manager (Taggert ?)
Synopsis 1:
An amorous actress (Leslie Parrish) and egotistical actor
(Larry Hagman) hinder McCloud's movie-set murder investigation. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
McCloud is assigned to a film shoot and suspects the production is a front.

5.03 [26] McCloud: SHIVAREE ON DELANCY STREET (2 hr slot)
Universal TV prod #40508
03Nov74 NBC Sun
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson
Producer Ronald Satlof / Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
written by Mort Fine
Directed by Bruce Kessler
Directors of Photography, Ben Colman A.S.C.
Guest Stars: (opening credits - not verified)
Cesare Danova as John Amado
Louis Gossett Jr. as Justin
Jack Kruschen as Selditz
Danny Thomas as Marcus Rubin
(Diana Muldaur does NOT appear)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John Devlin ........... Sgt. Ashby
Michael Delano ........ Sgt. Rizzo
Jesse Welles .......... Judy Rubin
Stack Pierce .......... Harry Peoples
John Quade ............ Merle Koska
Vincent Baggetta ...... Lt. Brandt
Sally Kemp ............ Gloria Allison
Tracy Reed ............ Carol Broadhurst
With:
Aldine King ........... Candy
Dennis McCarthy ....... Police Commissioner
Mary Munday ........... Nurse (Jewel)
Mike Santiago ......... Eddie Clerk (Numbers Runner)
Tom Moses ............. Perry
Synopsis:
Marcus Rubin, a Jewish tailor who wins big in "the numbers," only to
be descended upon by the mob. Meanwhile, McCloud's colleague Sgt.
Broadhurst, who incurred heavy losses in the same numbers game that
enriched Rubin, is framed as being on the take. [RF]

5.04 [27] McCloud: THE 42nd STREET CAVALRY (2 hr slot)
Universal TV prod. #40507
17Nov74 NBC Sun
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson
Produced by Ronald Satlof/ Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
Wrtten by Michael Gleason
Suggested by a Story by Arthur Deutsch
Directed by Jerry Jameson
Directors of Photography Ben Colman A.S.C. & Sol Negrin A.S.C.
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
(Diana Muldaur does NOT appear)
Guest Stars:
Julie Sommars ......... Sgt. Mildred Cross
Peter Mark Richman .... Captain Dettmer
Rafael Campos ......... Manny
Victor Campos ......... Hector Ramirez
And:
Michael Parks ......... Frank
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Bert Freed ............ Packy Keefe
George Murdock ........ Sgt. Rosovitch
Steve Bond ............ Don
Brett Parker .......... Sheriff Thornton
With:
Ken Lynch ............. Det. Grover (recurring)
John Finnegan ......... Mounted Sgt. (Harvey)
Darwin Joston ......... Cpl. Evans
Hunter Von Leer ....... Guard
Rudy Challenger ....... Lt. Melton
Synopsis:
Assigned to the NYPD's mounted police unit, detective McCloud takes
chase when several armed robbers hold up a National Guard Armory and
wound a cop. The trail leads McCloud to a looney paramilitary leader.
Before all this happens, we are treated to a comic scene wherein McCloud
leads his fellow mounted officers through the canyons of Manhattan. [RF]

5.05 [28] McCloud: THE CONCRETE JUNGLE CAPER (2 hr slot)
Universal prod. #40501
24Nov74 NBC Sun
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson
Produced by Ronald Satlof /Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
Teleplay by Lou Shaw / Story by Jimmy Sangster & Lou Shaw
Directed by Gene Levitt
Director of Photography, Ben Colman, A.S.C.
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, (Terry Carter - does NOT appear)
(Diana Muldaur- does NOT appear)

Guest Stars:
Joseph Campanella ..... Victor Rhigas
Brock Peters .......... DDT
Angel Tompkins ........ Madge
Lonny Chapman ......... Kramer
John Russell .......... Harry Hague
Teri Garr ............. Sgt. Phyllis Norton (recurring)
James Carroll Jordan
And:
Victor Jory ........... Joseph Rhigas
Special Guest Star:
John Marley ........... Phillip Rhigas
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ken Lynch ............ Sgt. Grover (recurring)
Sidney Clute ......... Det. Simms (recurring)
Robert Donner ........ Val
Maurice Mrsac ........ French Officer
With:
Barbara Graham ....... Waitress
John Sistrunk ........ Bartender
Ben Frommer .......... Bum
Bob Golden ........... N.Y.C. Officer
Synopsis:
McCloud goes undercover as a redneck drugs dealer in an effort to
smash a multi-million dollar heroin ring.

5.06 [29] McCloud: THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN HAT (2 hr slot)
Universal prod. #40513
12Jan75 NBC Sun
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson
Produced by Ronald Satlof /Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
Teleplay by Lou Shaw / Story by Glen A. Larson & Lou Shaw
Directed by Lou Antonio
Director of Photography, Ben Colman, A.S.C.
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
(Diana Muldaur does NOT appear)
Guest Stars:
Don Ameche ........... Rene Jauvert
Roger C. Carmel ...... David Kern
Philip Carey ......... Howard Barnet
Liam Dunn ............ Ben
Mills Watson ......... Hank Cook
Special Guest Star:
Robert Webber ........ Fritz August
And:
Jaclyn Smith ......... Margaret Hart
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Erica Hagen .......... Linda
Kyle Johnson ......... Frank
Ken Lynch ............ Sgt. Grover (recurring)
Rick Weaver .......... George Faraday
With:
Armand Alzamora ...... Lab Technician
Tony Ballen .......... Waiter
Sybil Scotford ....... Emily Cook
Arthur Malet ......... Garvey
*
Dance Sequences Performed by the San Francisco Ballet
Synopsis:
McCloud is confused at the various attempts made to take his hat! [RF]

5.07 [30] McCloud: LADY ON THE RUN (2 hr slot)
Universal prod. #40517
26Jan75 NBC Sun
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson
Produced by Ronald Satlof / Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
Written by Gilbert Edd (NOT Nicholas E. Baehr)
Directed by Russ Mayberry
Directors of Photography Ben Colman & Gabriel Torres
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
(Diana Muldaur does NOT appear)
Guest Star:
Mariette Hartley ...... Ann Lassiter
Special Guest Star:
Clu Gulager ........... Johnny Monahan
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ken Lynch ............. Det. Grover (recurring)
Coleen Gray ........... Mrs. Clifford (recurring)
Pancho Cordoba ........ Lopez
Jorge Martinez Hoyos ... Inspector De Palma
Roger Cudney ........... Drake
Synopsis 1:
A dead woman's vengeful sister pursues her brother-in-law to Mexico
City, but an assassin finds him first. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
McCloud travels to Mexico to track down a girl suspected of murder,
but finds himself attracted to her and increasingly convinced of her innocence. [UK]

5.08 [31] McCloud: SHARKS! (2 hr slot)
Universal prod. #40504
23Feb75 NBC Sun
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson
Produced by Ronald Satlof /Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
Teleplay by Lou Shaw / Story by Stephen Lord
Directed by E.W. Swackhamer
Director of Photography Ben Colman
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
(Diana Muldaur does NOT appear)
Guest Stars:
Christopher George ...... Vincent Burns
Lynda Day George ........ Stacy Decker
A Martinez .............. Larry Moreno
Dick Haymes ............. Bruce Carpenter
Herb Jefferson, Jr. ..... Father Livingston
Special Guest Star:
Pat Hingle .............. Lt. Easton
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Martin E. Brooks ........ Walter Bentley
Sandra Ego .............. Susan Bloomingbush
Woodrow Parfrey ......... Arden
Richard O'Brien ......... Father Wallace
Carmen Zapata ........... Mrs. Moreno
With:
Patrick Culliton ........ Ted Hanford
Jackie Russell .......... Mrs. Bentley
Stuart Nisbet ........... Herb
Monika Ramirez .......... Carla
Synopsis:
The shark in this instance is of the "loan" variety. When the villain
causes the murder of an Indian girl, cowboy cop McCloud takes the case.
McCloud poses as a businessman in desperate need of money, the better
to defang the shark. [RF]

5.09 [32] McCloud: RETURN TO THE ALAMO (2 hr slot)
Universal prod. #40519
30Mar75 NBC
(not to be confused with #4.05 'This Must be The Alamo')
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson
Produced by Ronald Satlof /Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
written by Glen A. Larson
Directed by Walter Doninger
Director of Photography Ben Colman
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
Guest Stars: (opening credits)
Teri Garr .............. Sgt. Phyllis Norton (recurring)
Larry Storch ........... Parkes
Charles Tyner .......... William Lang
Jeanne Cooper .......... Gladys
Brad Dexter ............ Mr. Foreman
Co-Starring: (opening credits)
Ken Lynch .............. Sgt. Grover (recurring)
Sidney Clute ........... Det. Simms (recurring)
Collen Gray ............ Mrs. Clifford (recurring)
Special Guest Star: (opening credits)
Diana Muldaur .......... Chris Coughlin (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Robert Weaver ......... Marty Foreman (Dennis Weaver's son)
Regis J. Cordic ....... Dr. Hunt
Mark Wheeler .......... Hoyt Foreman
Roger E. Mosley ....... Dolan
Ken Scott ............. Lt Vince Polk (recurring)
John Finnegan ......... 1st Desk Sergeant
With:
Lawrence Montaigne .... Willie Dee
Jeannine Brown ....... Girl
Lew Brown ............. Jennings
Marjorie Battles ...... Lady
Don Siegel ............ 2nd Sergeant
Synopsis:
McCloud's NYPD superior Chief Clifford comes down with the flu,
obliging Sgt. Broadhurst to assume command. When Broadhurst is kidnapped,
the reins of authority are handed to an inexperienced female Sgt. Phyllis
Norton. Both the novice leader and McCloud come through the ordeal with
flying colors, rescuing Broadhurst and collaring the kidnappers. [RF]

################ McCloud ###################
############# season 6 1975-76 ###############
##############################################
"The NBC Sunday Mystery Movie"
9:00 pm - 11:00 pm Eastern (2 hr. time slot)
(rotated with "Columbo", "McMillan and Wife", "McCoy")

6.01 [33] McCloud: PARK AVENUE PIRATES (2 hr slot)
Universal prod. #43303
21Sep75 NBC Sun
 (not to be confused with #3.03 'Park Avenue Rustlers')
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Supervising Producer Ronald Satlof
Produced by Lou Shaw/ Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
Written by Lou Shaw
Directed by E.W. Swackhamer
Director of Photography, Ronald W. Browne
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
(Diana Muldaur does NOT appear)
Guest Stars: (opening credits)
Barbi Benton ........... Shannon Forbes
Raymond St. Jacques .... Mr. Gregory
Paul Hampton ........... Tom
Lorna Luft ............. Marlene Morgan
Co-Starring: (opening credits)
Anne Schedeen .......... Tina
Ken Lynch .............. Sgt. Grover (recurring)
Sidney Clute ........... Det. Simms (recurring)
Ken Scott .............. Lt Vince Polk (recurring)
Special Guest Star:
Jessica Walter ......... Jessica Wright
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Dick Whittington ....... Mike Parker
Fred Holliday .......... Lund
Hoke Howell ............ Jack Darnel
John A. Zee ............ Wexler
With:
Dee Timberlake ......... Maggie (recurring)
Robert Gibbons ......... Benny
Joanne Corcoran ........ Kathy
Al Ruscio .............. Doctor
John Clavin ............ Station Manager
Gary Brient ............ 1st Officer
Synopsis:
Sam McCloud goes undercover to expose a record pirating operation run by the mob.

6.02 [34] McCloud: SHOWDOWN AT TIMES SQUARE (2 hr slot)
Universal prod. #43305
19Oct75 NBC Sun
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Supervising Producer Ronald Gilbert Satlof
Produced by Lou Shaw/ Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
Teleplay by Lou Shaw/ Story by Sidney Ellis
Directed by Ronald Gilbert Satlof
Director of Photography, Ronald W. Browne
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
Guest Stars:
Sharon Farrell .......... Holly Dayton
Allan Miller ............ B.G. Clarkson
Henry Gibson ............ Cookie Watkins
Special Guest Stars:
Chief Dan George ........ Chief Stillwater
Don Meredith ............ Linus Morton
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ted Hartley ............ Donald
John Kauffman .......... Johnny
Joshua Shelley ......... Fields
With:
Dee Timberlake ......... Maggie (recurring)
Sandy Brown Wyeth ...... Betty
Noel Shire ............. Dr. Brand
Gino Ardito ............ 1st Officer
Gene Bori .............. Clerk
Synopsis:
Irritated McCloud resigns and seeks a man's (Chief Dan George)
grandson, involved with thieves. [RF]

6.03 [35] McCloud: FIRE! (2hr slot)
Universal prod. #43313
16Nov75 NBC Sun
Produced in Association with Glen Larson Productions
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Supervising Producer Ronald Gilbert Satlof
Produced by Lou Shaw/ Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
Written by Lou Shaw & Robert Hamilton
Directed by Lou Antonio
Director of Photography, Ronald W. Browne
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
Guest Stars:
Diana Muldaur ......... Chris Coughlin (recurring)
Lonny Chapman ......... Forman
George Gaynes ......... Floyd Spencer
Robert Ellenstein ..... Mr. Andrews
Special Guest Star:
Robert Reed ........... Jason Carter
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Stack Pierce .......... Capt. Roth
Robert Weaver ......... Stan Barry
Adrienne LaRussa ...... Claire
Dee Timberlake ........ Maggie
David Garfield ........ Dr. Maynard
With:
Mel Gallagher ......... Carey
Hal Riddle ............ Jack Porter
Skip Lowell ........... Mark
J. Jay Saunders ....... Colton
Rosalind Saunders ..... Flo
Terry Kinglsey Smith ..... Steward
Synopsis 1:
Chris Coughlin's high rise apartment building is torched by an arsonist. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
McCloud poses as a businessman to crack an arson ring he suspects in a teenager's death.

6.04 [36] McCloud: THREE GUNS FOR NEW YORK (2hr slot)
Universal prod. #43309
23Nov75 NBC
Produced in Association with Glen Larson Productions
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Supervising Producer Ronald Gilbert Satlof
Produced by Lou Shaw/ Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
written by Jeff Sharkey
Directed by Bruce Kessler
Director of Photography, Ronald W. Browne
Music Score by Frank DeVol
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
Guest Stars:
James Wainwright ...... Val Rankin
Greg Mullavey ......... Brad Rankin
Special Guest Stars:
Diana Muldaur ......... Chris Coughlin (recurring)
Neville Brand ......... Burl Connors
Co-Starring: (opening credits)
Ken Lynch ............. Sgt. Grover (recurring)
Sidney Clute .......... Det. Simms (recurring)
Ken Scott ............. Lt Vince Polk (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Wright King ........... Carter
Jack Kutcher .......... Wilson
Tracy Reed ............ Carol Broadhurst
With:
Lance Hool ............ Coy
Keith Atkinson ........ Edmonds
Gino Ardito ........... O'Hara
Synopsis:
A trio of ex-convicts (Neville Brand, Greg Mullavey, James Wainwright)
from New Mexico arrive in Manhattan, seeking out the man who put them
behind bars. The fugitives kidnap McCloud's girl friend (Diana Muldaur)
to try to force the lawman to turn over the money they'd abandoned after
their last heist. [RF]

6.05 [37] McCloud: OUR MAN IN THE HAREM (2hr slot)
Universal prod. #43315
11Jan76 NBC
Produced in Association with Glen Larson Productions
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Supervising Producer Ronald Gilbert Satlof
Produced by Lou Shaw/ Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
Teleplay by Lou Shaw, Story by Glen A. Larson & Lou Shaw ("Story by" - omitted from screen credits)
Directed by E.W. Swackhamer
Director of Photography, Ronald W. Browne
Music Score by Stu Phillips
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
Guest Stars:
Anne Archer .......... Wilhelmina Kirk
Jeff Corey ........... Sheik Kipal
Michael Ansara ....... Ramal
Special Guest Star:
Murray Hamilton ...... Donald Yates
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Robert Karnes ........ Matt Houstachek
Kim O'Brien ......... Nancy
Randi Oakes .......... Margo Dale
Kathrine Baumann ..... Eunice Selby (NOT KATHERINE)
Robert F. Simon ...... Caine
John S. Ragin ........ Mr. Jessup
Dan Ades ............. Toto
Charlie Guardino ..... Danton
Synopsis:
A model (Kim O'Brien) vanishes in the Middle East, leading McCloud and
a reporter (Anne Archer) to an American slaver. [RF]

6.06 [38] McCloud: THE DAY NEW YORK TURNED BLUE (2hr slot)
Universal prod. #43310
22Feb76 NBC Sun
Produced in Association with Glen Larson Productions
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Supervising Producer Ronald Gilbert Satlof
Produced by Lou Shaw/ Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
written by Glen A. Larson
Directed by E.W. Swackhamer
Director of Photography, Ronald W. Browne
Music Score by Stu Phillips
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
Guest Stars:
Bernadette Peters ...... B.B. Murchinson
Della Reese ............ Policewoman Gladys
Michael Pataki ......... Officer Rizzo
Marge Redmond .......... Mrs. Johnson
Val Bisoglio ........... Cheney
Herbert Jefferson Jr. .. Doctor
Alex Nicol ............. Commissioner Denton
Paul Lambert ........... Constantine
Special Guest Star:
William Daniels ........ R.P. Pearson
Special Guest Appearance by:
Gig Young .............. Jack Hefferman
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Carole Wells .......... Claudine
Ken Lynch ............. Sgt. Grover (recurring)
Zitto Kazann .......... Rucker
Carl Weathers ......... Delaney
Nancy Fox ............. Maggie
Sidney Clute .......... Det. Simms (recurring)
Vincent Baggetta ...... Fine
Ken Scott ............. Lt Vince Polk (recurring)
Rick Weaver ........... Wilder
John Finnegan ......... 1st Sergeant
Synopsis 1:
The title is drawn from two plot elements: the fact that Manhattan is
blanketed by a snowstorm, and the man-hating activities of a hooker who
has a habit of painting her clients blue! Somehow all this ties in with
a labor-union accountant who is in danger of being killed by the
Mafia. A bureaucrat , anxious to conduct an audit on the accountant's union,
seems a little too eager to spring the targeted man from protective custody. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
McCloud and Broadhurst guard a labor-union accountant (Gig Young),
seek a call girl (Bernadette Peters) who paints customers, and help in a police strike.

6.07 [39] McCloud: NIGHT OF THE SHARK (Australia)(2hr slot)
Universal prod. #43316
21Mar76 NBC
Produced in Association with Glen Larson Productions
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Supervising Producer Ronald Gilbert Satlof
Produced by Lou Shaw/ Associate Producer Winrich Kolbe
written by Glen A. Larson
Directed by Ronald Gilbert Satlof
Director of Photography, John McLean
Music Score by Stu Phillips
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, (Terry Carter - does NOT appear)
Guest Stars:
Lloyd Bochner ........ Alfred Donnely
Rowena Wallace ....... Jennifer McGee
Gus Mercurio ......... Alex Demery
Victoria Shaw ........ Carol Donnely
Alywn Kurts .......... Chief Superintendant Caldwell
Max Cullen ........... as ?
Cul Cullen ........... as ?
*
With: (end credits)
James Condon ......... Charles Oakland
Tony Wager ........... Synclair
Grigor Taylor ........ Eric Taylor
Bill Charlton ........ Dover
Jack Fegan ........... Doc
Brian Henderson ...... TV Announcer
Gerry Duggan ......... Old Gent in Pub
Bruce Kerr ........... Doctor
Note:
The Producers wish to gratefully acknowledge the assistance of the
New South Wales Police Department, Sydney, Australia in the making of this film.
Synopsis:
When Australian and New York police commissioners are killed,
McCloud heads for Australia to investigate international mob kingpins. [RF]

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"The NBC Sunday Mystery Movie"
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm Eastern (90 min time slot)
(rotated with "Columbo" and McMillan and Wife")

7.01 [40] McCloud: BONNIE AND McCLOUD (90 min slot)
Universal prod. #45601
24Oct76 NBC Sun
Produced in Association with Glen Larson Productions
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/
Produced by Ronald Satlof Associate Producer Gilbert Bettman, Jr.
Written by Michael Sloan / Story Editor Michael Sloan
Directed by Steven H. Stern
Director of Photography, Ronald W. Browne
Music Score by Stu Phillips
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
Guest Stars:
Leigh Taylor-Young ... Bonnie Foster
Geoffrey Lewis ....... Andy Kline
Richard Jaeckel ...... Sheriff Matheson
Vic Tayback .......... Harry McNair
John Quade ........... Pete Stern
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Gregory Walcott ...... 2nd Attendant
Dennis Burkley ....... Big Mama
Joe La Due ........... Carl Griffin
Tracy Reed ........... Carol Broadhurst (recurring)
Ed Call .............. Attendant
With:
Gilbert Green ........ Jack Straker
Charles Morrell ...... Johnny Foster
Hunter Von Leer ...... 1st Officer
Randy Powell ......... 2nd Officer
George Memmoli ....... Cab Driver
John Clavin .......... Chief Davis
Leigh Kavanaugh ...... Susan Carroll
Michael P. Murphy .... Jim Foley
Gene Tyburn .......... Officer Clarke
Henry Oliver ......... Doctor
Neil Thompson ........ 1st Officer
Synopsis:
McCloud's new romance with model Bonnie Foster turns into a cross-country
run when the two are linked to a murder.

7.02 [41] McCloud: IT WAS THE FIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS (90 min slot)
Universal TV prod. #45608
26Dec76 NBC Sun
written by Michael Sloan & David H. Balkan & Alan L. Folsom   (not Allan R. Folsom - see imdb)
directed by Dennis Weaver
director of photography Ronald W. Browne
* Diana Muldaur reprises her role as Chris.
cast
Dean Stockwell as Pete Lancaster
Linda Gray as Kate O'Hannah
William Sylvester as Jason Howard
Ann Dusenberry as Peggy
Henry Olek as the Stranger
Robert Ellenstein as Captain Hellman
Robert Weaver as Scott
with
Sandy Champion as Officer Washington
Grayce Spence as Mrs. Howard
Dan Barton as Sergeant
John Furlong as Officer
Lance Lindsay as Peterson
Betty Cole as Lady
Bella Bruck as Joanne Newman
Tom Pedi as Santa Claus
Synopsis:
Christmas Eve and all is not well, Santa is mugging people, junkies
need their fix, Chief Peter B. Clifford poses as Santa to surprise the kids
at the hospital and is arrested when the officers think he is the
mugger. McCloud is busy decorating the tree with Chris, when the alert
goes out about the Santa switcheroo. [RF]

7.03 [42] McCloud: THE GREAT TAXI CAB STAMPEDE (90 min slot)
Universal TV prod. #45602
16Jan77 NBC Sun
Produced in Association with Glen Larson Productions
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Produced by Ronald Satlof & Michael Sloan
Associate Producer Gilbert Bettman, Jr.
Teleplay by Michael Sloan/ Story by Gregory S. Dinallo
Directed by Ivan Dixon
director of photography Ronald W. Browne
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
Guest Stars:
Jane Seymour .......... Nidavah Ritzach
Patricia Quinn ........ Eileen Mitchell
Alan Manson ........... Murray Gutman
Sidney Clute .......... Detective Simms (recurring)
Special Guest Star:
George Hamilton ....... Keith Hampton
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Tracy Reed ........... Carol Broadhurst (recurring)
Tom Moses ............ Ted Richards
with
James Ingersoll ....... David Kessler
Patricia Chandler ..... Police Woman
Ben Frommer ........... Winston
Don L. Brodie ......... Funeral Director
Ernie Brown ........... Bartender
Bob Golden ............ Jerry Shaw
Synopsis:
Drug dealer Hampton is using his cab company as a front for dealing
drugs, a setup and a cabbie death lead McCloud on the Great Yellow Cab roundup. [RF]

7.04 [43] McCloud: THE MOSCOW CONNECTION (90 min slot)
Universal prod. #45604
23Jan77 NBC Sun
Produced in Association with Glen Larson Productions
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Produced by Ronald Satlof
Associate Producer Gilbert Bettman, Jr.
Written by Michael Kozoll
Directed by Bruce Kessler
director of photography Ronald W. Browne
*
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
Guest Stars:
Hoyt Axton ........... Johnny Starbuck
L.Q. Jones ........... Kenny Hingle
Nehemiah Persoff ..... Tereshkova
Morgan Paull ......... Belsen
David Hurst .......... Krasnavian
Special Guest Star:
Britt Ekland ......... Tatiana Krasnavian
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Robert Phillips ...... Bresnovitch
Rick Traeger ......... Lukoff
With:
Tom Henschel ......... 2nd Lieutenant
Lew Palter ........... Hotel Clerk
Walt Davis ........... Hagen
Keith Atkinson ....... Kitzmiller
Tom McCorry .......... Russian Manager
Arthur Malet ......... Hotel Clerk
Terry Hinz ........... 1st Lieutenant
(NOT on Credits:Leland Sun as KGB Man ?)
Synopsis 1:
A drug smuggling operation working in the Soviet Union
is confronted by deputy marshal Sam McCloud [RF]
Synopsis 3:
McCloud goes undercover on a Country & Western tour of Russia to crack a drugs ring.

7.05 [44] McCloud: LONDON BRIDGES (90 min slot)
Universal prod. #45609
06Mar77 NBC Sun
Produced in Association with Glen Larson Productions
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Produced by Michael Sloan
Associate Producer Gilbert Bettman, Jr.
written by Michael Sloan
Directed by Noel Black
director of photography: Ben Colman
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
Guest Stars:
Jack Cassidy .......... Lord Charles Bridges
Diana Muldaur ......... Chris Coughlin (recurring)
John Lehne ............ Jack Garland
Stephen Nathan ........ Simon Fletcher
Bernard Behrens ....... John Keaton
Spencer Milligan ...... Liam O'Brien
Special Guest Star:
Adam Faith ............ Inspector Craig
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Susan Woollen ....... Tracy Bridges
Richard Sanders ..... Matt Clayton
Derek Murcott ....... Phillips
Roger Newman ........ Rothwell
DeAnn Mears ......... Lady Sinclair
Coleen Gray ......... Mrs. Clifford (recurring)
With:
Gerald S. Peters .... Officer
Elena Frank ......... Reporter
Raynold Gideon ...... Harlequin
Peter Ashton ........ Sergeant
Terry Kingsley-Smith .. Mountie
*
(Mary Carver as "Queen" Mary - NOT credited ?)
Synopsis:
When a British lord and jewel thief arrives in America,
the thief becomes a murder suspect. [RF]
Synopsis:
McCloud travels to London on the trail of an aristocratic jewel thief.

7.06 [45] McCLOUD MEETS DRACULA (90 min slot) (final episode)
Universal prod. #45607
17Apr77 NBC Sun
Produced in Association with Glen Larson Productions
Executive Producer, Glen A. Larson/ Produced by Ronald Satlof & Michael Sloan
Associate Producer Gilbert Bettman, Jr.
Written by Glen A. Larson
Directed by Bruce Kessler
Director of Photography Ben Colman
Starring: Dennis Weaver
Also Starring: J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter
Guest Stars:
John Carradine ......... Lorne Belasko/Dracula
Diana Muldaur .......... Chris Coughlin (recurring)
Special Guest Star:
Michael Sacks .......... Dr. Harvey Pollick
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ken Lynch .............. Sgt. Grover (recurring)
Ken Scott .............. Lt Vince Polk (recurring)
J.P. Finnegan .......... 1st Officer
Carole Mallory ......... 2nd Girl
Vince Howard ........... Reporter
Booth Colman ........... Coroner
And
Tom Snyder ............. Himself
With:
Gino Ardito ............ Cop
Bobbie Mitchell ........ Andie
Toni Lawrence .......... 1st Girl
Victor Fisher .......... Stokes
Dennis Levine .......... Officer
And:
Reggie Nalder .......... Morris
Synopsis
McCloud goes on the trail of a killer who sucks the blood from his victims.

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8.01 [46] THE RETURN OF SAM McCLOUD
11/12/1989
directed by Alan J. Levi
written by Michael Sloan
J.D. Cannon as Peter B. Clifford
Terry Carter as Chief Joseph J. Broadhurst
Diana Muldaur as Chris Coughlin
Patrick Macnee as Tom Jamison
David McCallum as Inspector Craig
Kerrie Keane as Ashley
Roger Rees as Jason Cross
Sondra Currie as Rachel
Robert Beatty as William Maitland
Michael Cochrane as Geraint Davies
Patrick Monckton as Jack Barron
John Turner as McFarland
Ricco Ross as Rifkin
Linda Hayden as Nancy Cratchett
Mel Cobb as John Bishop
Sion Tudor Owen as Sgt Phillips
Hilary Crane as Mary Clifford
Ian Tyler as Jodie Freeman
Raymond Marlowe as Fulton Reece
Alan Polonsky as Taxi Driver
Adam Richardson as Waiter
Maxine Howe as Sally
Keith Nichols as Pub Piano Player
Paul Stanton as Chemtel Guard
Simon Williams
       
################ McCloud ###################
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