CTVA US Crime - "The Streets of San Francisco" (Quinn Martin/ABC) Season 2 (1973-74)

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Starring Karl Malden & Michael Douglas
Season 2 (ABC) (1973-74)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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ABC Thursdays 10:00 PM Eastern

Typical Production Credits:
Executive Producer, Quinn Martin
Producer John Wilder
Supervising Producer, Adrian Samish
Executive Production Manager, Howard Alston
Assistant to the Executive Producer, John Conwell
Executive Story Consultant, William Robert Yates
Production Manager, Dick Gallegly
In Charge of Production, Arthur Fellows

2.01 [027] The Streets of San Francisco: A WRONGFUL DEATH
13Sep73
Producer, John Wilder
Written by Edward De Blasio
Directed by Don Medford
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Supervisor, John Elizalde
Guest Stars:
Michael Constantine
Ina Balin
Andrew Rubin

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John Kerr
Robert F. Simon
Larry Pennell
Gregory Sierra
With:
Kenneth Wolger, Norma Connolly, Damon Douglas, Henry Brown,
Eric Macias, Reuben Collins, Robert G. Reece.
Bill Jelliffe, Bruce Mackey, Stu Klitsner, Ruth Silveira,
Jon Principe, Michael Hitchcock, Scott Selles
Synopsis 1:
Mike Stone works hard to clear Steve Keller, who has been charged with killing an unarmed man.
Synopsis 2:
The father of a robbery suspect killed by Det. Keller (Michael Douglas) insists his boy was unarmed.

2.02 [028] The Streets of San Francisco: BETRAYED *****
20Sep73
Producer, John Wilder
Written by Mark Weingart
Directed by William Hale
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Supervisor, John Elizalde
Guest Star:
Martin Sheen *****
Special Guest Star:
Collin Wilcox-Horne *****
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Lenore Kasdorf
John Silver
Tony Haig
Marcia Mac Jones
With:
Dennis Robertson, Joe Whipp, Jay Jacobson, Reuben Collins,
Joe Miksak, Ray K. Gomen, Barrie Youngfellow
Synopsis:
A handsome young bank robber (Martin Sheen) is out to get a female bank teller
(Collin Wilcox-Horne) who recognized him during the raid.

2.03 [029] The Streets of San Francisco: FOR THE LOVE OF GOD ****
27-Sep-1973
Producer, John Wilder
Written by Richard N. Husky
Directed by Virgil (-) Vogel
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Leif Erickson
Peter Strauss
Marshall Thompson

Special Guest Star:
James Gregory
*
Co-Starring:(end credits)
Fred Sadoff (recurring)
Vic Mohica
David Lewis
Jay Novello
With:
Brendan Dillon
Don Pulford
Dave Cass
Stephen Bradley
Marjorie Eaton
A killer's victims are all clergymen who studied at the same seminary.

2.04 [030] The Streets of San Francisco: BEFORE I DIE *****
4Oct73
Producer, John Wilder
Written by Albert Ruben
Directed by William Hale
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Composed by Duana Tatro
Guest Stars:
Leslie Nielsen
Joanne Linville
Ray Danton

Special Guest Star:
James Wainwright
*
With: (end credits)
William Wintersole, Paul Cavonis, John Himes, Steven Marlo,
Maurice Argent, Tony Epper, Eugene A. Neslon, Tony Dario
Synopsis:
A dying cop (Leslie Nielsen) decides to take a syndicate boss (Ray Danton) down with him.

2.05 [031] The Streets of San Francisco: GOING HOME ****
11Oct73
Producer, John Wilder
Written by Jack B. Sowards
Directed by Robert Day
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Supervisor, John Elizalde
Guest Stars:
Tom Bosley
Sheree North

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Milton Selzer
Barry Atwater
Paul Mantee
Arch Johnson
With:
Phillip Pine, Todd Martin, James McCallion, Brad Savage
Jay Adler Brendan Burns, Ty Henderson, Biff Warren,
Terrence O'Connor, Tom Morrison.
Synopsis:
When an ex-small time crook (Tom Bosley)  stumbles across a fortune by accident at a syndicate drop, he realises his
life could be in danger an seeks refuge in the place he felt most secure - Alcatraz!. Shot on location at Alcatraz!

2.06 [032] The Streets of San Francisco: THE STAMP OF DEATH 
18Oct73
Producer, John Wilder
Written by Robert I. Holt
Directed by Seymour Robbie
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Composed by Duane Tatro
Guest Star:
Earl Holliman
Special Guest Star:
Jessica Walter
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Robert Emhardt
Woodrow Parfrey
Harry Davis
With:
Richard Derr
Byron Morrow
Vince Howard
Byron Chung
Stu Klitsner
The police investigate a case involving a dead philatelist and a missing stamp worth $300,000.

2.07 [033] The Streets of San Francisco: HAREM
25Oct73
Producer, John Wilder
Written by John D.F. Black
Directed by Virgil Vogel
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Supervisor, John Elizalde
Guest Stars:
Rick Nelson
Kay Lenz

Darleen Carr (as Jeannie, Mike Stone's teenage daughter)
Laurette Spang
*
With: (end credits)
Vince Howard, Ninette Bravo, Morgan Upton, Ed Vasgerdsian,
Stu Klitsner, Ray K. Goman, John Vick, Bob McClurg
Synopsis:
Rick Nelson plays a Pied Piper who leads teen-aged girls into prostitution.

2.08 [034] The Streets of San Francisco: NO BADGE FOR BENJY
1Nov73
Producer, John Wilder
Written by George Bellak
Directed by Seymour Robbie
Director of Photography, Donald Morgan
Music Supervisor, John Elizalde
Guest Stars:
William Watson
Judyann Elder
Mark Miller

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Charles Lampkin
Pat Renella
Eddie Firestone
Anthony James
With:
Tony Young, Herman Poppe, Argentina Brunetti, Charles Isen
Don Pulford, Reuben Collins, Roberta Callahan, Rai Saunders,
Gwyn Karon, Tom Dahlgren, Jerry Walter, Bob Trebor, Jill Martin.
A plice informer is murdered.

2.09 [035] The Streets of San Francisco: THE TWENTY-FOUR KARAT PLAGUE
8Nov73
Producer, John Wilder
Teleplay by Robert Malcolm Young
Story by Robert Sherman
Directed by Don Medford
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Supervisor, John Elizalde
Guest Stars:
Vic Morrow
Herb Edelman

Special Guest Star:
Anthony Zerbe
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Paul Jenkins
Robert E. Simon
Simon Scott
Milt Kamen
With:
Wright King, Roy Applegate, Bern Hoffman, Dale Ishimito,
Mark Rasmussen.
Julie Payne, Kate Harper, Charles P. Dorsett, Reuben Collins,
John Principe.
Synopsis 1:
Mike Stone is faced with trying to locate a hijacked shipment of radioactive gold.
Synopsis 2:
Gold stolen by unsuspecting hijackers is mixed with deadly uranium.

2.10 [036] The Streets of San Francisco: SHIELD OF HONOR
15Nov73
Producer, John Wilder
Written by Dorothy C. Fontana.
Directed by Eric Till
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Composed by Richard Markowitz
Guest Stars:
Mariette Hartley
Robert Foxworth

Special Guest Star:
Peter Mark Richman
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John Kerr (recurring)
Stephen Sandor
Ayn Ruymen
Bing Russell
Gary Vinson
With:
Jodean Russo, Laurence Haddon, Ed Knight, Dom Tattoli,
Reuben Collins, Reggie Waldon, William Browder, Tony Piazza,
Tom Morrison
Synopsis:
Mike Stone is convinced there is a security leak in the department. The police face
the ugly task of discovering who has become a syndicate informer.

2.11 [037] The Streets of San Francisco: THE VICTIMS
29Nov73
Producer, John Wilder
Written by Jerome Coopersmith
Directed by George McGowan
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Supervisor, John Elizalde
Guest Stars:
Henry Silva
Jo Ann Harris

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Bill Vint
Val De Vargas
Lou Frizzell
Gaye Huston Paull
Dan Ferrone
With:
Robert B. Williams, Ann Doran, Jo Ann Strauss, Reuben Collins,
Daniel Michael Mann, Eric Server, Joe Miksak, Eugene A. Nelson,
Roy Elwell, Jon Principe.

Synopsis 1:
Violent Episode. Stone and Keller embark on a grisly chase after a trio of escaped
prisoners go on a rampage of rape and murder.
Synopsis 2:
Three escaped convicts are killing or maiming everyone with whom they come into contact.

2.12 [038] The Streets of San Francisco: THE RUNAWAYS
(not to be confused with #95 "Runaway")
06Dec73
Producer, John Wilder
Written by Robert Malcolm Young
Directed by Seymour Robbie
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Supervisor, John Elizalde
Guest Stars:
Jeanette Nolan
Barry Livingston

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Larry Wilcox
Kent Smith
Debbie Lytton
With:
Claire Brennen, Ted Gehring, J.H. Lawrence, Ty Henderson,
Reuben Collins, Gail Cameron, Jon Principe, Ben Niems.
Synopsis:
A female juvenile judge (Jeanette Nolan) is kidnapped by a group of runaway children.

2.13 [039] The Streets of San Francisco: WINTERKILL
13Dec73
Producer, John Wilder
Written by Jack B. Sowards
Directed by Seymour Robbie
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Paul Fix
Denver Pyle
Linden Chiles
Ruth McDevitt

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John Qualen
Burt Mustin
William Jordan
Alan Bergmann
With:
Doug Chapin, Bruce Peter Solomon, Reuben Collins,
Ruth Silveira, Tiger Joe Marsh.
A septuagenarian Robin Hood uses robbery and extortion to pay his friends' medical bills.

2.14 [040] The Streets of San Francisco: MOST FEARED IN THE JUNGLE *****
20Dec73
Producer, John Wilder
Written by Jerome Coopersmith
Directed by Robert Day
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Supervisor, John Elizalde
Guest Cast:
Kitty Winn
Nan Martin
Joel Fabiani
John McLiam
Patricia Smith

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Walter Brooke
Stewart Moss
Joan Tomkins
Beverly Washburn
With:
Maxine Stuart, Eric Server, Ysabel MacCloskey, Joy Carlin
Stephen Bradley, Ed Deemer, Dan Caldwell, Irving Israel,
Ray K. Goman
Synopsis 1:
A  baby is "stolen"  for sale after birth in a small private hospital, and the
distraught mother is told that her child was "still-born".
Synopsis 2:
A mother commits murder in her search for the baby that everyone says was stillborn.

2.15 [041] The Streets of San Francisco: COMMITMENT **** (V)
03Jan74
Producer, John Wilder
Written by John D.F. Black
Directed by Richard Donner
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Supervisor, John Elizalde
Guest Stars:
Geoffrey Deuel
Darleen Carr as Jeannie (Mike Stone's teenage daughter) (recurring)
Tyne Daly
William Smith

Special Guest Star:
William Watson
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Denny Miller
Davey Davison
Eddie Firestone
With:
Johnny Weissmuller, Jr. , Vince Howard, Reuben Collins,
Jim Malinda, Gwyn Karon, Al Nalbandian, Jack Scmidt,
Don Michaelian
Mike Stone is charged with killing an undercover officer, and is set up to make it look like he's taking bribes.

2.16 [042] The Streets of San Francisco: CHAPEL OF THE DAMNED
17Jan74
Producer, John Wilder
Written by Robert Schlitt
Directed by Goerge McGowan
Director of Photography, Gayne Rescher, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Signe Hasso
Diana Douglas
Stephen Oliver

Co-Starring: (end credits)
William Campbell
Pegi Boucher
Richard Kelton
With:
Steven Marlo, Vince Howard, Ray K. Goman, Maurice Argent,
Albert T. Berry, Bruce Neckels, Dan Caldwell
Synopsis
A young girl is kidnapped and a woman who claims to have ESP seems to know a little too much about the abduction.

2.17 [043] The Streets of San Francisco: BLOCKADE
24Jan74
Producer, John Wilder
Teleplay by James Menzies / Story by Jack Morton
Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Supervisor, John Elizalde
Guest Stars:
Ida Lupino
Don Stroud
Charlie Martin Smith
Patty McCormack

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
George DiCenzo
Gloria Le Roy
Karl Swenson
George D. Wallace
Jock Mahoney
With:
Cheryl Stoppelmoor, Calvin Chrane, Stephen Bradley,
Tom Morrison, Rai Saunders. Joe Riley
Synopsis 1:
A bruiser (Don Stroud) and a wimp (Charlie Martin Smith) are involved in the brutal death of a waitress.
Synopsis 2:
The detectives have only the slenderest of leads to help them in their search for a rapist-killer.

2.18 [044] The Streets of San Francisco: CROSSFIRE
31Jan74
Producer, John Wilder
Written by Jerry McNeely
Directed by William Hale
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Supervisor, John Elizalde
Guest Star:
Pamela Franklin
Special Guest Star:
Celeste Holm
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Nick Nolte
Frank Stell
June Dayton
With:
Brent Davis
Kate Harper
Don Spruance
Synopsis 1:
Mike Stone investigates the shooting of a student and a professor on the same campus.
Synopsis 2:
Celeste Holm plays the widow of a philandering professor shot by a sniper.

2.19 [045] The Streets of San Francisco: A STRING OF PUPPETS
07Feb74
Producer, John Wilder
Teleplay by Mark Weingart / Story by James Schemerer
Directed by Richard Donner
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Supervisor, John Elizalde
Guest Stars:
Claude Akins
Lola Falana
James J. Sloyan

Special Guest Star:
Hari Rhodes
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ben Frank
Robert F. Simon
Roger E. Mosley
William Bramley
With:
Sam Edwards, James Oliver, Reuben Collins, Don Rizzan
Synopsis:
Mike Stone suspects that a parole officer (Claude Akins) is responsible for trying
to make criminals out of reformed convicts.

2.20 [046] The Streets of San Francisco: INFERNO
14Feb74
Producer, John Wilder
Written by James Miller
Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Barry Sullivan
Glenn Corbett
John Larch
Kaz Garas

Special Guest Star:
Katherine Justice
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Richard Ely
Anthony Charnotta
Curt Conway
With:
David Moses, Biff Elliot, Bill Zuckert, Robert Casper,
Tony Haig, Irving Israel.
Synopsis 1:
Two firemen are killed in an Arson attack.
Synopsis 2:
The police are looking for a professional incendiary who torches businessmen's
inventories so they can collect the insurance.

2.21 [047] The Streets of San Francisco: THE HARD BREED
21Feb74
Producer, John Wilder
Teleplay by Jim Byrnes/ Story by Ron Bishop.
Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Supervisor, John Elizalde
Guest Stars:
Noah Beery
Sam Elliott
Lane Bradbury

Special Guest Star:
Jim Davis
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Harry Carey Jr.
Phyllis Elizabeth Davis
Lex Connelly
Keith Jackson
With:
Arell Blanton, Ed Deemer, Stephen Bradley
Synopsis:
When a rodeo rider is killed in the arena, the finger of suspicion is pointed at his brother.

2.22 [048] The Streets of San Francisco: RAMPAGE
28Feb74
Produced and Directed by John Wilder
Written by Albert Ruben
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Supervisor, John Elizalde
Guest Stars:
Robert Hooks
Janet MacLachlan
Joe Santos
Joe Maross
Steven Keats
Rafael Campos

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
George Murdock
Harvey Jason
Stack Pierce
Jerry Douglas
Robert DoQui
With:
Ron Glass, David Pritchard, Eugene A. Nelson, Victor Hall
Synopsis 1:
A vigilante gang, trying to clean up a neighborhood so their children will have a better place to live,
discovers that it's better to leave such projects to the police.
Synopsis 2:
Steve's college chum is implicated in a vigilante attack on a sleazy bar.

2.23 [049] The Streets of San Francisco: DEATH AND THE FAVORED FEW
14Mar74
Producer, John Wilder
Written by Gene Coon
Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
Director of Photography, Jacques R. Marquette, A.S.C.
Music Supervisor, John Elizalde
Guest Stars:
Rosemary Murphy
Leslie Charleson
Greg Mullavey
Frank Marth

Special Guest Star:
Harold Gould
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Judy Lewis, Lester Fletcher, Len Wayland, Tammy Harrington
With:
Ben Andrews, Eric Lawson, Reuben Collins, Pippa White,
Bruce Neckels, Tom Morrison

Synopsis 1:
A wealthy widow comes under suspicion when a society magazine editor is murdered.
Synopsis 2:
The leaders of San Francisco society are suspects in the death of a blackmailing publisher.

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