CTVA US Crime - "Police Woman" (David Gerber/Columbia/NBC) Season 1 (1974-75)

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Starring Angie Dickinson & Earl Holliman
Season 1 (NBC) (1974-75)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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Spin-off from POLICE STORY

 Police Story <episode> THE GAMBLE
26Mar74
written by Robert Collins
directed by Richard Benedict
starring
Angie Dickinson ....... Lisa Beaumont (as Sgt Pepper Anderson in series)
Bert Convy ............ Lt. Bill Crowley (Earl Holliman in series)
Joseph Campanella ..... Carl Vitalle
with
Charles Dierkop ....... Det. Pete Royster (series regular)
Ed Bernard ............ Det. Joe Styles (series regular)
co-starring
Peter Brown ........... Lloyd Day
John Kerr ............. Dr. Ullman
Cesare Danova ......... Harold
Corinne Calvet ........ Annabelle
Jay Adler ............. Tagliavini
Jeff Morrow ........... George
Tom Castronova ........ Bartender
Theodore Wilson ....... Willy
Synopsis:
Lisa Beaumont is a resourceful, if inexperience, vice cop assigned to
infiltrate a gambling operation where the stakes are high and the gamblers play rough. [RF]

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NBC Fridays 10:00 pm Eastern
22 episodes

1.01 [--] Police Woman: THE END GAME
13Sep74 NBC Fri (rerun 11Apr75)
Written by Mark Rodgers
Directed by Alvin Ganzer
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno
Guest Stars:
Paul Burke ............ John Fenner
Susanne Benton ........ Karen Wilson
Scott Walker .......... Larry Chambers
Deirdre Lenihan ....... Joanne McCormack
And:
Jonelle Allen ......... Laurette Blake
*
Co-Starring:(end credits)
Skip Homeier .......... Sgt. Ben Fairley
Bill Williams ......... Lt. Graumann
John Howard ........... Leland Perrier
Robin Clarke .......... Officer Jack Baker
James Murtaugh ........ Sanford Elliott
With:
Linda Dano ............ Mary Elliott
Linda Meiklejohn ...... Anne St. Clair
Patricia Stevens ...... the Secretary
Nancy Priddy .......... the Teller
also:
Lester Fletcher ....... Bank Manager
Vince Howard .......... Det. Johnson
Allan Byrns ........... Marks
Charles Seel .......... Older Man
Helene Winston ........ Customer
Synopsis 1:
A team of thieves bring about a reign of terror. During the course of
a spate of robberies they murder a woman and escape with a hostage.
Synopsis 2:
Pepper and Crowley pose as bank employees to nail a particularly
vicious gang of bank robbers.

1.02 [--] Police Woman: THE BEAUTIFUL DIE YOUNG
20Sep74
Teleplay by Edward DeBlasio
Story by Douglas Benton
Directed by Barry Shear
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno
Guest Stars:
William Windom
Kathleen Quinlan
Val Bisoglio ............ Lt. Marsh
Karen Lamm .............. Bonnie June
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Judy Canova ............. The Arkie Lady
Harvey Jason ............ Don
Jean Byron .............. Cora
Antonio Fargas .......... Rex
With:
Virginia Gregg .......... Atrid
Katherine Dunfee Clerk .. Sheila
Erica Hagen ............. Peggy
Norma Connolly .......... Stage Mother
Dave Carlile ............ Bartender
Monte Landis ............ The Snitch
Yuki Shimoda ............ Businessman
Noel Toy ................ The Madam
Nicole Kallis ........... Cheryl
Diane Benton ............ Miriam
And:
Cathy Rigby ............. Sandra
Pepper and Crowley investigate a school for modelling
to which many young runaway girls are attracted.

1.03 [--] Police Woman: WARNING: ALL WIVES ...
27Sep74 NBC Fri (rerun 04Apr75)
Written by Edward DeBlasio
Directed by Arnold Laven
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno
Guest Stars:
Don Stroud ............. Frank Asher
Martha Scott ........... Mrs. Wadsworth
Val Bisoglio ........... Lt. March
Elinor Donahue ......... Ellie Tarlow
Joyce Bulifant ......... Peggy Lakes
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
William Katt .......... Martin Wadsworth
Robert F. Simon ....... Dr. Foreman
Joan Tomkins .......... Mrs. Bailey
Joan Darling .......... Therese Russo
With:
Kirk Scott ............ Carl Dugan
Nicole Kallis ......... Cheryl
Jack Ryland ........... Ron Tarlow
John Gruber ........... Greg Lakes
Dave Carlile .......... Basil
Wallace Earl .......... Nurse
 Ray Buktenica ......... Resident
Synopsis:
Pepper is set up as bait to trap a rapist-murderer whose victims are
the wives of patients in one particular hospital. [RF]

1.04 [--] Police Woman: SEVEN-ELEVEN
4Oct74
Written by Frank Telford
Directed by Richard Benedict
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno
Guest Stars:
Larry Hagman
John Larch
Chuck McCann
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Karen Carlson ......... Air hostess
Albert Popwell ........ Willie Roper
Jeanie Bell ........... Marie
Shirley Jo Finney ..... Hestor Roper
Charles Bateman ....... Fred Boyle
Jac Emel .............. Simpson
Dick Miller ........... Matt
With:
Trent Dolan ........... Mike
Jay Ingram ............ FBI Escort
Jody Gilbert .......... Fat Lady
Fred Draper ........... Distinguished Guest
A "snitch" about to give Pepper Anderson info about a drug
ring is shot. Her dying words are a clue leading the police
ever closer to the man at the top. Pepper goes undercover
as a Air Stewardess.

1.05 [--] Police Woman: ANATOMY OF TWO RAPES
11Oct74
Written by Patricia Fielder and Richard Bluel
Directed by Barry Shear
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno
Guest Stars:
Philip Carey .......... Walter Grainger
Angel Tompkins ........ Wanda
Hal Williams .......... George Thomas
Special Guest Star:
Rhonda Fleming ........ Carol Grainger
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Pat Morita ............ Mike Matsuto
Joshua Shelley ........ Earl Grey
Donald Red Barry ...... Ted
Eddie Firestone ....... Art
Jack Riley ............ Joe
Lindsay Workman ....... Hodgkins
Darrell Zwerling ...... Harry Kubelski
Damon Douglas ......... Larry Kelso
Doug Chapin ........... Craig
Lieux Dressler ........ Mrs. Kelso
With:
Pamela Toll ........... Peggy Grainger
Read Morgan ........... Jake
Walt Davis ............ Polygraph Technician
Aubri Martin .......... Mary
Frank Arno ............ 1st Officer
Tom Ruben ............. Paul
Reuben Collins ........ Officer in field
 And:
Steve Brodie .......... Krug
Synopsis:
The police grapple with assault cases from both ends of the social
spectrum: the rape of a socialite and the murder - and possible rape
- of a barfly. [RF]

[--] 18Oct74 - preempted for the World Series game

1.06 [--] Police Woman: IT'S ONLY A GAME
25Oct74
Teleplay by David Dugan
Story by Gregory K. Scott
Directed by Leonard Horn
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno
Guest Stars:
Patrick Wayne
Philip Thomas ......... Sonny
Peter Gonzales ........ Raymond Solis
Special Guest Star:
Dane Clark ............ Ned Duffy
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Hector Elias .......... Sergio
Dan Ades .............. Ramirez
Wako Cumbuka ......... Willy
With:
Joseph R. Sicari ...... Benedetti
Ed Prentiss ........... Judge
Anthony Cordova ....... Carlos
Candy Ward ............ Linda
Jodie Mann ............ Waitress #2
Tio Mago .............. Attorney
Clayton Wilcox ........ Lou Brunswick
Janelle Ford .......... Waitress #3
Crowley, Pepper, Styles & Royster, investigate the top man
of a recently established narcotics ring.

1.07 [--] Police Woman: FISH
1Nov74
Written by Frank Telford
Directed by Bernard McEveety
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno
Guest Stars:
Conny Van Dyke ......... Binnie Blye
Marian Mercer .......... Jo Enders
Special Guest Star:
Morgan Woodward ........ Maury Ziegler
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Sarina C. Grant ........ Corine
Lester Rawlins ......... Wilson
Ray Young .............. Beau
Marged Wakeley ......... Lois
Vivian Brown ........... Deputy #1
Rhoda Williams ......... Deputy #2
With:
Faye Michael Nuell ..... Inmate #1
Jessica Davis-Stein .... Young Inmate #2
Burr Smidt ............. Doctor
Betty Bridges .......... Deputy #3
John Alvin ............. Mr. Finley
Karmin Murcelo ......... Deputy #4
And:
Joyce Brothers ......... Dr. Esther Howell
A witness who can help convict a mobster is slain while in
police custody. Pepper goes undercover as a hooker and has to
survive a spell in a women's prison

1.08 [--] Police Woman: FLOWERS OF EVIL ****
8Nov74
Teleplay by John W. Bloch
Story by Joshua Hanke
Directed by Alex Singer
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno
Guest Stars:
Laraine Stephens
Fay Spain (as Mame)
Lynn Loring
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Meg Wyllie ............. Kathleen
Florence Lake .......... Mrs. Farrell
Elizabeth Kerr ......... Mrs. Edgeworth
Ann Morrison ........... Mrs. Barry
Dick Balduzzi .......... Mr. Torson
Garry Walberg .......... Mr. Lund
Ysabel MacCloskey ...... Mrs. Schmidt
With:
Jo Ella Deffenbaugh .... Girl
James Almanzar ......... Sgt. Berian
June Christopher ....... Jane
The body of an elderly woman sends Pepper and Bill Crowley on
a search for her identity and her murderer. Pepper goes
undercover as a nurse in her retirement home.

1.09 [--] Police Woman: THE STALKING OF JOEY MARR
22Nov74
Written by Irving Gaynor Neiman
Directed by Bernard McEveety
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Monte Markham ......... Joey Marr
Pepper Martin ......... Bert
Cliff Carnell ......... Bruno
Med Flory ............. The Tour Driver
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John Crawford ......... Capt. Parks (recurring)
Joseph George ......... Sgt. Gallo
Phillip Terry ......... Landon
Susan Shamroy ......... Mrs. Smith
David Cass ............ Highway Patrolman
With:
Basil Hoffman ......... Desk Clerk #2
Ron Stokes ............ Larry Bates
Art Monde ............. Desk Clerk #1
David Hinton .......... Gas Jockey
Jerry Fitzpatrick ..... Bartender
Cynthia Avila ......... Airline Clerk #1
Reinita Golenor ....... Airline Clerk #2
Luanne Murray ......... Waitress
Joan Anita Parker ..... Policewoman
William McKeever ...... Cop
Jerilyn Park .......... Nurse
Michelle Stacy ........ Debbie Smith
Stephen Manley ........ Dick Smith
Edddie Rayden ......... Boy #2
The son of a murdered gang chief is ready to testify against
a killer, but he must first be safley transported from
Mexico.
Note: In this episode Angie Dickinson tells Monte Markham
that her first name is "Lee Anne"

1.10 [--] Police Woman: REQUIEM FOR BORED WIVES
29Nov74
Written by Irving Elman
Directed by Alvin Ganzer
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Bob Crane
E.J. Peaker
W.L. LeGault .......... Dennis Graham
Della Reese ........... Tina Thompson
Theodore Wilson ....... Tommy Thompson
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Jane Merrow ........... Linda
Melendy Britt ......... Mary Kay
Betty Anne Rees ....... Betty
Sheldon Allman ........ the Homicide Detective
With:
Alberto Morin ......... Maitre 'D
Walt Davis ............ Polygraph Technician
Ronni Richards ........ Motel Clerk
Ruth Warshawsky ....... Loretta
Ed Rue ................ Stu
Dave Cameron .......... Mr. G
Michael Alaimo ........ Patrolman
Suspicions of murder a redirected from a murder victim's
blackmailer to the next likely suspect in line - the victim's
husband.

1.11 [--] Police Woman: SMACK
6Dec74 NBC Fri (rerun 21Mar75)
Written by Richard Bluel and Patricia Fielder
Directed by John Newland
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno
Guest Stars:
William Shatner ....... Mark Ciprio
Brenda Sykes .......... Linda Daniels
Barry Livingston ...... Eric Miller
Robert Sampson ........ Mickey Ross
Special Guest Star:
Smokey Robinson ....... Sam Jennings
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Jamie Donnelly ........ Monica
Ben Hammer ............ Walter Miller
Anne Seymour .......... Mrs. Goddard
Mwako Cumbuka ......... Willie
Ray Vitte ............. Ron Daniels
Tracy Bogart .......... Bonnie
George Garro .......... Stemper
Dick Anders ........... Carver
With:
Jonas Agee ............ Jerry Cook
William Sims .......... Patrolman
Thomas Evans .......... Phil
Jamie Reidy ........... Dennis
Collis White .......... Ted
Wade Graham ........... Officer
Linda Gillin .......... Helen
Synopsis 1:
Pepper Anderson goes undercover on a drugs investigation as
a gym-teacher. The suspect lists includes the Chemistry teacher
(William Shatner), students and a pharmaceutical magnate.
Synopsis 2:
Posing as a gym teacher, Pepper heads an undercover effort to break
a drug ring responsible for the deaths of two students at a suburban
high school. [RF]

1.12 [--] Police Woman: THE CRADLE ROBBERS (title on film)
(aka "The Child Stealers")
13Dec74
Written by Larry Brody
Directed by Richard Benedict
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
John Vernon ........... David Cory
Cliff Emmich .......... Ronald English
Special Guest Star:
Sharon Farrell ........ Marcia Gordon
And:
Arlene Golonka ........ Carolee English
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Doug Fowley ........... Ike
Ed Bakey .............. The Man
Harry Bartell ......... Faulkner
Judy Lewis ............ Lt. Ruth Grayson
Lynn Redding .......... Lucy
Calvin Bartlett ....... the Foreman
Burke Byrnes .......... Mr. Simon
Maria O'Brian ......... Judy
Les Lannom ............ Eric
Barbara Flicker ....... Mrs. Simon
Irenee Byatt .......... The Woman
With:
Christopher Wellman ... Bobby
Bradley Lieberman ..... Scott
Kyle Richards ......... Julie
Don Marino ............ Hippie Boy
Julie Andelman ........ Laura
Wayne Wyne ............ Mr. Eberly
Virginia Hawkins ...... Mrs. Eberly
Richard Benedict ...... Construction Worker #1
Frank Arno ............ Construction Worker #2
Tom Castranova ........ Caruso
Trisha Noble (appears - but not credited)
Synopsis 1:
The search is on for a missing 5yr old. Pepper's trail leads to a lawyer,
David Corey, who arranges fake adoptions for high fees.
Synopsis 2:
A search for a missing granddaughter of Sergeant Crowley's old friend
leads Pepper to an adoption racket in which children are bought and
sold. [RF]

1.13 [--] Police Woman: SHOEFLY
20Dec74 NBC Fri (rerun 27Jun75)
Teleplay by Edward DeBlasio
Story by Joshua Hanke and Dan Ullman
Directed by Alvin Ganzer
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Ed Nelson ............. Lieutenant John Hess
Audrey Dalton ......... Rose Hess
David White ........... Albin
Rory Calhoun .......... Lou Gerard
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Annette O'Toole ........ Donna Hess
Tony Young ............. Woody Lane
Robyn Hilton ........... Trudy
Phillip Pine ........... Capt. Peters
John Finnegan .......... Sgt. Bingham
Kandi Keith ............ Harriet Styles
Joseph R. Sicari ....... Benedetti
William Malloy ......... Beldon
Rob Clotworthy ......... Gas Jockey
Stanley Clements ....... The Wino
With:
John Paul Johnston ..... Levering
Luke Andreas ........... Maitre 'D
Ken Renard ............. Judge
And:
Murray Macleod ......... Sonny Boyer
Synopsis 1:
A hit man gets away with a murder, even though he was caught with the murder
weapon. Pepper and Crowley are forced to investigate, while Royster and
Styles are suspended.
Synopsis 2:
The department of internal affairs gives Pepper and Crowley 72 hours to find
the cop who switched barrels on a murder weapon before the accused killer
got to court. [RF]

1.14 [--] Police Woman: TARGET BLACK
03Jan75 NBC Fri (rerun 01Aug75)
Written by Irving Gaynor Neiman
Directed by Charles S. Dubin
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Ruby Dee ............... Cora Sanders
Warren Stevens ......... Neil Armitage
Pervis Arkins .......... Boomer
Mary Alice ............. Marnie
*
Co-Starring (end credits)
Terrence Locke ......... Raynor
Alan Weeks ............. Michaels
Eddie Ryder ............ The Snitch
Jason Wingreen ......... The Taxi Manager
Karen Morley ........... The Landlady
Borah Silver ........... Maddox
Robert Ginty ........... Anson Croy
Eliot Apstein .......... Fred
Sue Cameron ............ The Reporter
With:
Ralph Manza ............ Lombardi
Robert B. Williams ..... The Gardener
Paul Linke ............. Harry
Fred Festinger ......... Elevator Man
Wayne Winton ........... Mortician
Lisa Reeves ............ Girl
Synopsis 1:
Political activist, Cora Sanders is due in town for a speech. When
threats on her life start pouring in, Crowley's unit is assigned to
protect her.
Synopsis 2:
Pepper serves as bodyguard for a visiting campus speaker who, being black
and Marxist, is a magnet for threats from hate groups. [RF]

1.15 [--] Police Woman: SIDEWINDER
17Jan75
Teleplay by Richard Bluel
Story by Gregory K. Scott
Directed by Reza S. Badiyi
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Glenn Corbett
John P. Ryan
Ron Masak (as Pincus)
Geoffrey Lewis (as Gates)
Lara Parker (as Charlene)
Bill Dana (as Bova)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Milton Selzer ......... Moe Harris
Paul Savior ........... Sawyer
With:
Bill Striglos ......... Clerk
Nicky Blair ........... Bartender
Owen Bush ............. Dispatcher
Naomi Caryl ........... Bank Manager
Sterling Swanson ...... Colonel
Glenn Robards ......... Patrolman
Albert Able ........... Fingerprint Technician
Thaao Penghlis ........ Intern
And:
Edith Diaz ............ Maria
Ex veterans turn to crime when their mercenary skills are no
longer in demand.

1.16 [--] Police Woman: BLAST
24Jan75
Written by Chester Krumholz
Directed by Alvin Ganzer
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Robert Vaughn ......... Andrew Simms
Laraine Stephens ...... Christina Littel
George Murdock ........ Macon
Joyce Jillson ......... Florence
Special Guest Star:
George Marshall ....... Jonas Van Dyke Sr
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John Crawford ......... Captain Parks (recurring)
Hank Rolike ........... The Trainer
Maidie Norman ......... The Nurse
Santos Morales ........ Carlos Ramirez
With:
Pete Marino ........... Maitre 'D
Gwil Richards ......... Doctor
Hatsuo Uda ............ Waiter
*
Ned Romero ............ Gomez (uncredited - check?)
Frank O'Brien ......... Daner (uncredited - check?)
Robert Emhardt ........ Apartment Manager (appears briefly - not credited)

Synopsis:
The deaths of a prominent politician and a nightclub dancer in a car
explosion send Pepper to work as a go-go dancer for the club's
owner, a one-time poor boy with a powerful yen for the finer
things in life. [RF]
(Weak episode in an otherwise-strong first season)

1.17 [--] Police Woman: NO PLACE TO HIDE
31Jan75
Written by Sean Baine
Directed by Leonard Horn
Director of Photography Gerald Perry Finnerman, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
David Selby
Stephen Young
Tom Rosqui .............. Erik Mundy
Mark Harmon ............ Paul Donin
Special Guest Star:
Katherine Justice ...... Mary Ann Webster
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Spence Wil Dee ......... Tyrone
Lindsay Workman ........ the Medical Examiner
Jim Malinda ............ Rizzo
Joan Crosby ............ the Landlady
Leanna Johnson ......... Wanda
John Finnegan .......... Sgt. Bingham
Jerry Fujikawa ......... Dr.Taka
Gordon Jump ............ Professor Southern
Gerald York ............ Jay Miller
With:
Carolyn Stellar ........ Tina
Sarah Simmons .......... Susan
Wanda Bailey ........... Messenger
William McKeever ....... Guard
Mary McKusker .......... Nurse #1
Diane Benton ........... Student
A bookkeeper and a mechanic have nothing in common - except
the bullets that kill them. The murder of a college professor
brings forward thje first clue.

1.18 [--] Police Woman: NOTHING LEFT TO LOSE ***** (V)
14Feb75 NBC Fri (rerun 22Aug75)
Teleplay by Douglas Benton and Edward DeBlasio
Story by Shimon Wincelberg
Directed by Alexander Singer
Director of Photography, Gerald Perry Finnerman, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Patty Duke Astin ...... Larue Collins
Kathy Lloyd ........... Alma
Vern Rowe ............. Marco
Lee Paul .............. Sailor
Special Guest Stars:
John Astin ............ Donny
Patricia Barry ........ Mrs. Fontaine
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Naomi Stevens ......... Mrs Gurrieres
Victor Sen Yung ....... Ah Choy
James Wellman ......... The Trick
Davis Roberts ......... The Cabbie
Joseph Bernard ........ Max
Dorothy Shay .......... The Mother
Barbara Collentine .... The Nun
Paul Sorenson ......... The Desk Sergeant
Ben Frommer ........... Lincoln
*
With: (small font)
Natalie Core .......... Passing Woman
Lucetta Jenison ....... Lady Pan Player
Charles Picerni ....... Robber
Leigh Webb ............ Ambulence Attendant
Verna Rose Smith ...... Saleslady
Michelle Stacy ........ Girl
Brad Savage ........... Boy
And: (large font)
Bruce Gordon .......... Angelo
song 'Me and Bobby McGee'
composed by Kris Kristofferson and Fred Foster
sung by Kay Starr

Note: The episode title comes from a line in the featured song
- 'Freedom's just another word with nothing left to lose')
Synopsis 1:
A police informer (Patty Duke Astin) is pursued by
the mob. Relentless. One of the best episodes in the series.
Synopsis 2:
After Larue Collins, a police informer's cover is blown, she is a picture
of desperation. Fleeing killers, she can find no one to help her and
no place to hide. [RF]

1.19 [--] Police Woman: THE COMPANY
21Feb75 NBC Fri (rerun 08Aug75)
Written by Gregory K. Scott
Directed by Alvin Ganzer
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Rick Jason ............ Vincent Phillips
Kaz Garas ............. Frankie Benson
Johnny Seven .......... Gino Di Roma
Timothy Blake ......... Susan
Victor Holchak ........ Johnny
And:
Shelley Berman ........ Eddie Bender
Special Guest Star:
Paula Kelly ........... Linda Summers
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Cedric Hardman .......... Cedric, the Bouncer
John Crawford ........... Deputy Chief Parks (recurring)
Sheldon Allman .......... Captain Miller
Marjorie Battles ........ Margo
Jack Sheldon ............ Jeff
Jack Ryland ............. Doug
Joel Lawrence ........... Proctor
 And:
Frank De Kova ........... Vito Angelo
Synopsis:
Three gangland killings signal that someone is taking over established
vice activities. Comic Shelley Berman, in a dramatic role, plays a gambling
operator who is feeling the heat. [RF]

1.20 [--] Police Woman: ICE
28Feb75 NBC Fri (rerun 04Jul75)
Teleplay by David Moessinger
Story by E. Arthur Kean
Directed by David Moessinger
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno, A.S.C.
Guest Stars
Michael Parks ......... Jack McVey
James Keach ........... Cliff Hummel
Ned Glass ............. Samuel Victor
Jane Elliot ........... Jana Hummel
William Campbell ...... Emery Kehoe
And:
Val Bisoglio .......... Lt. Marsh (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Rene Enriquez ......... Lt. Agoura
Florence Halop ........ Hannah Victor
Christine Avila ....... Airline Clerk
Rudy Diaz ............. the Motorcycle Officer
Pete Marino ........... the Policeman
and:
Fred Anderson ......... the Customs Inspector
Synopsis 1:
Crowley and Anderson are sent undercover as a pair of international jewel
fences after stolen diamonds are found in the wreck of a plane.
Synopsis 2:
Posing as jewel fences, Pepper and Crowley head south of the border as
part of a complex plan to nab a gang of diamond thieves. [RF]

1.21 [--] Police Woman: BLOODY NOSE
7Mar75
Written by Shimon Wincelberg
Directed by Leonard Horn
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
David Birney .......... Shawn Barry
Joan Goodfellow ....... Hilary Barry
Jack Soo .............. Red Star
Joe Kapp .............. Visic
Joyce Jameson ......... Mrs. Dougherty
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Eddie Egan ............ Brock
Al Stellone ........... Trucker C
Paul Pepper ........... Trucker B
Isiah Robertson ....... Trucker #2
Hal Baylor ............ Trucker #1
Bill McKeever ......... Trucker #3
Helene Winston ........ Sylvia
Synopsis 1:
Sgt. Anderson is working undercover as a waitress, the owner is suspected
of a number of truck heists. She also intervenes on an unrelated, potentially
murderous situation.
Synopsis 2:
An escalating martial battle between Pepper's paranoid neighbor and
his terrified wife increasingly interferes with her undercover assignment
as a waitress in a cafe used by truck hijackers. [RF]

1.22 [--] Police Woman: THE LONER
14Mar75
Written by Burt Armus
Directed by John Newland
Director of Photography: Robert Moreno, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Don Meredith .......... Turk Allison
Neville Brand ......... Briscoe
Pepper Martin ......... Peltz
Robert Phillips ....... Russo
Pat Harrington ........ Fred Blau
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ben Davidson .......... the Bouncer
Reuben Collins ........ the Detective
Bill Coleman .......... the Manager
James Espinoza ........ the Parking Attendant
Bill Beckett .......... the Tourist
Synopsis 1:
A former detective (Don Meredith) body guards Fred Blau who is entering
negotiations with a crime boss (Neville Brand). Sgts. Crowley and Anderson
are after Blau and witness his attempted kidnap.
Synopsis 2:
Pepper is strangely fascinated by a ruggedly individualistic ex-cop
who works as a bodyguard and is antagonizing both the police and the
gangster who's after his client. [RF]

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Summer Reruns - NBC Fridays
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[--] 21Mar75 - rerun of #1.11 "Smack" (first aired 06Dec74)
[--] 04Apr75 - rerun of #1.03 "Warning: All Wives..." (first aired 27Sep74)
[--] 11Apr75 - rerun of #1.01 "The End Game" (first aired 13Sep74)
[--] 27Jun75 - rerun of #1.13 "Shoefly" (first aired 20Dec74)
[--] 04Jul75 - rerun of #1.20 "Ice" (first aired 28Feb75)
[--] 01Aug75 - rerun of #1.14 "Target Black" (first aired 03Jan75)
[--] 08Aug75 - rerun of #1.19 "The Company" (first aired 21Feb75)
[--] 22Aug75 - rerun of #1.18 "Nothing Left to Lose" (first aired 14Feb75)

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