CTVA US Crime - "The Streets of San Francisco" (Quinn Martin/ABC) Season 4 (1975-76)

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Starring Karl Malden & Michael Douglas
Season 4 (ABC) (1975-76)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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###### The Streets of San Francisco ########
############# season 4 1975-76 ###############
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ABC Thursdays 9:00 PM Eastern

Executive Producer, Quinn Martin
Producer, William Robert Yates
typical Season 4 end credits .....
(from ep 75 - The Glass Dartboard)
Supervising Producer, Russell Stoneham
Assistant to the Executive Producer, John Conwall
Executive Editorial Supervisor, Richard Brockway
Executive Story Consultant Jack B.Sowards
Story Editor, James Menzies
Music by Richard Markowitz
Theme Music composed by Pat Williams
Music Supervisor John Elizalde
Production Manager, Dick Gallegly
In charge of production, Howard Alston


4.01 [073] The Streets of San Francisco: POISONED SNOW
11Sept75
Producer, William Robert Yates
written by Paul Savage
Directed by William Hale
Director of Photography, Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Clu Gulager
Alan Fudge
Mark Hamill

Co-Starring: (end credits)
Tony Geary ................ Cajun
Janis Hansen .............. Maggie Collins
John Karlen ............... Vernon
Albert Popwell ............ Nappy
Ninette Bravo ............. Amy
Bebe Kelly ................ Judy Turner
Don Calfa ................. Sparrow
With:
Robert Feero .............. Dr. Claymore
George Sawaya ............. Woody Parks
Matt Pelto ................ Dr. Colby
Don Michaelian ............ Bartender
Morgan Upton .............. Druggist
A narcotics agent (Clu Gulager) is bent on avenging the murder of a colleague.

4.02 [074] The Streets of San Francisco: THE GLASS DARTBOARD
18Sept75
Producer, William Robert Yates
Written by Sean Baine
Directed by Harry Falk
Director of photography Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Patrick O'Neal
Lou Frizzell
Joel Fabiani

*
With: (end credits)
Reuben Collins ........ Bill Tanner
Paul Pepper ........... Harlan Jeffers
Vince Howard .......... Charlie Johnson
Ginny Golden .......... Rita
Stu Klitsner .......... Shelby
Eugene Nelson ......... Reporter
Joy Carlin ............ Angie
Roberta Callahan ...... Maggie
Maurice Argent ........ Myron Benson
Dan Caldwell .......... Technician
Michael Hitchcock ..... Guard
Art Passarella ........ Officer Sekulavich
A sniper is terrorizing tenants in a new high-rise.

4.03 [075] The Streets of San Francisco: NO PLACE TO HIDE
25Sept75
Producer, William Robert Yates
Written by Robert Malcolm Young
Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
Director of photography Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Stefanie Powers
Chris Robinson
Paul Carr
Michael Bell

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Ben Frank ............. Joe Max
Todd Martin ........... Carl Metzger
Ji-Tu Cumbuka ......... Lafayette Delacroix
Charles Napier ........ Norderman
With:
Kellee Paterson ....... Mimi Shroeder
Stan Haze ............. Pepper Collins
Simmy Bow ............. Cahill
Regina Waldon ......... Mrs. Spoon

Stone and Keller seek the killer of a woman whose husband refuses to traffic in drugs.

4.04 [076] The Streets of San Francisco: MEN WILL DIE ****
2Oct75
written by Shirl Hendryx
directed by William Hale
guest stars
Vera Miles
Deirdre Lenihan
Paula Kelly
Michael Parks
Jennifer Shaw
Sheilah Wells
Ahitra Ford
and
Darleen Carr as Jeannie (Mike Stone's teenage daughter)
Rape victims take matters into their own hands to help a raped friend of Stone's daughter.

4.05 [077] The Streets of San Francisco: SCHOOL OF FEAR
9Oct75
Producer, William Robert Yates
Teleplay by Brad Radnitz
Story by Gordon Basichis, Marcia Hammond Basichis.
Directed by William Hale
Director of photography Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Maurice Evans
John Lehne
Geoffrey Lewis

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Bob Hegyes ............ Richie Martino
Eric Kilpatrick ....... Billy Jeffers
Mark Lambert .......... Randy Pruitt
Barbara Stanger ....... Judy Harris
Gerald Hiken .......... Harry Beckerman
Bob Hastings .......... Mr. Pruitt
Don Stark ............. Jim Riley
And:
Ruth McDevitt ......... Miss Mumford
With:
Ann Doran ............. Mrs. Meyers
Winifred Mann ......... Mrs. Martino
Irving Israel ......... Finley
A mentally unbalanced teacher kidnaps students and force-feeds them history.

4.06 [078] The Streets of San Francisco: DEADLY SILENCE (not verified)
16Oct75
directed by Virgil W. Vogel
guest stars
Meredith Baxter
Darrell Fetty
Regis J. Cordic
Gene Blakely
Gerald McRaney
Nora Marlowe
and
Darleen Carr as Jeannie (Mike Stone's teenage daughter)
Stone must cope with the vengeful wife of a robber he killed.

4.07 [079] The Streets of San Francisco: MURDER BY PROXY (not verified)
23Oct75
written by Eugene Price
directed by Virgil W. Vogel
guest stars:
Bradford Dillman
Sorrell Booke
Marj Dusay
Eduard Franz
John Ritter
co-starring:
George D. Wallace
A real-estate outfit resorts to murder to purchase property from obstinate owners.

4.08 [080] The Streets of San Francisco: TRAIL OF TERROR
30Oct75
written by Jim Brynes
directed by Michael Preece
guest stars
Meg Foster
Greg Mullavey
James Woods
Philip Bruns
Ford Rainey
Charles Weldon
Kenneth Tobey
Jade-smuggling sailors kill a jeweler who fails to meet their price.

4.09 [081] The Streets of San Francisco: WEB OF LIES ***** (V)
6Nov75
written by Leonard Kantor
directed by Virgil W. Vogel
guest stars
Pat Hingle   (a fine performance as a struggling salesman)
Nancy Olson
Wayne Maunder
Robert Walden
Ron Thompson
Alex Colon
Vernon Weddie
A salesman (Pat Hingle) who is a compulsive liar claims to have witnessed bank robbers during their getaway.
A pathological liar is the primary source of information about a jewel heist.

4.10 [082] The Streets of San Francisco: DEAD AIR
13Nov75
Producer, William Robert Yates
Written by Marvin Kupver
Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
Director of photography, Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Larry Hagman
Ina Balin
George DiCenzo
Dennis Patrick

Special Guest Star:
Arlene Golonka
*

Co-Starring: (end credits)
Jenny O'Hara ......... Angela
Aubrey Martin ........ Sharon Farmer
Burke Byrnes ......... Jack Burke
A radio DJ (Larry Hagman) is suspected of murdering a girl he dated.

4.11 [083] The Streets of San Francisco: MERCHANTS OF DEATH
20Nov75
Producer, William Robert Yates
Written by Joseph Polizzi
Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
Director of photography, Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Michael Kearney
Richard O'Brien
Lonny Chapman

Special Guest Star:
Greg Morris
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Barry Miller ......... Paul Binyon
Michael Mullins ...... Buddy Winston
G. Richard Stanley ... Rick Jennings
Evan Kim ............. Jack Kwan
Laurence Haddon ...... Inspector Wilkins
Buck Young ........... Mr. Preston
Jason Laskay ......... Lester Morrow
Kee Cheung ........... George Chang
Dick McGarvin ........ Pete Crawford
Ed Vasgersian ........ Mr. Binyon
Christine Dixon ...... Nurse

The knifing death of a gang member threatens to cause street warfare.

4.12 [084] The Streets of San Francisco: THE CAT'S PAW
4Dec75
Producer, William Robert Yates
Written by Dorothy C. Fontana
Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
Director of photography, Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Diane Baker
Darleen Carr
(as  Jeannie, Mike Stone's daughter)(recurring)
Mark Miller
Barbara Babcock

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Joel Parks ........... Jim Gillis
Lewis Charles ........ Pinch
Paul Bryar ........... Emury
Dan Barton ........... Hanratty
With:
Shirley Falls ........ Mrs. Bell
Stephen Bradley ...... Bernie
Ray K. Goman ......... Captain Wilson
Frank Dowse .......... Officer Burke
Jerry Walter ......... Mr. Davis
Michael David McGuire ... Usher
Romance for Mike Stone as he teams up with a lady detective (Diane Baker) to catch a cat burgler.
Stone's romantic relationship with the policewoman begins to erode as the two work on a homicide case together.

4.13 [085] The Streets of San Francisco: SPOOKS FOR SALE
11Dec75
Producer, William Robert Yates
Written by Albert Ruben
Directed by Michael Douglas
Director of photography, Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Fritz Weaver
Andrew Robinson
Allan Miller

Special Guest Star:
Charles Cioffi
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Tom Selleck .......... Jimmy Desco
George Petrie ........ Carlson
Dennis Robertson ..... Brauner
With:
Jack Thibeau ......... Cooper
Stephen Bradley ...... Bernie
Morgan Upton ......... Mayhew
Anna Mathias ......... Secretary
Mischa Schwartzmann .... Night Watchman

Stone and Keller investigate the bugging of a clothing company owned
by a former mobster (Charles Cioffi).

4.14 [086] The Streets of San Francisco: MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED ***** 
18Dec75 (rerun 03Jun76)
written by John D. Hess
directed by William Hale
guest stars
Kristoffer Tabori*****
Charles Aidman
Patricia Smith
Tom Troupe
Devon Ericson
Scott Colomby
A student who is desperate for a passing grade to satisfy his demanding
father, kills his teacher and falsifies his results. One of the finest
episodes of the series and a brilliant performance by Kristoffer Tabori
as the student.

An honor student murders the teacher who refuses to change a failing grade.

4.15 [087] The Streets of San Francisco: POLICE BUFF
8Jan76
Producer, William Robert Yates
Teleplay by Guerdon Trueblood, Story by Walter Bloch
Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
Director of Photography, Al Francis, ASC
Guest Stars:
Bill Bixby
Christopher Stone

BF?
Fred Sadoff as Lenny, the police phychiatrist (recurring)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
James Karen ......... Frank Batz
Hank Brandt ......... Dink Washington
Robert Gooden ....... Bailiff
Robert Miano ........ Joey Lucero
Patti Jerome ........ Joane
Reuben Collins ...... Inspector Tanner (recurring)
Vince Howard ........ Charley Johnson
Jay Jacobus ......... Judge
Harry St. James ..... Jack Williamson
Bill Bixby plays an unsuccessful police candidate who turns vigilante to
revenge an officer's death.

4.16 [088] The Streets of San Francisco: THE HONORABLE PROFESSION *****
15Jan76
Producer, William Robert Yates
Written by Paul Robert Coyle
Directed by Harry Falk
Director of Photography, Al Francis, ASC
Guest Stars:
Robert Reed
Linden Chiles
Shelly Novack

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Richard Drout Miller .. Dr. Adams
Virginia Gregg ........ Martha Travis
John Zaremba .......... Mr. Schultz
Joan Tompkins ......... Elaine Holtfield
Larry Manetti ......... Larry Walsh
Chris Beaumont ........ Pete Ciurila
With:
Rosana Soto ........... Angie
George Clifton ........ Fred Arlen
Reuben Collins ........ Bill Tanner (recurring)
Lisa Moore ............ Duty Nurse
A doctor who aided a fatally wounded patrolman falsely identifies himself
to Stone and Keller.

4.17 [089] The Streets of San Francisco: REQUIEM FOR A MURDER
22Jan76
Producer, William Robert Yates
Written by James J. Sweeney
Directed by Harry Falk
Director of photography, Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Richard Basehart
Fionnuala Flanagan
Stephen Young
Cal Bellini

Special Guest Star:
William Windom
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Irene Tedrow ......... Mrs. Costello
Walter Brooke ........ George Webster
Alexander Courtney ... Neil Branner
Lou Krugman .......... Eddie Madden
Reuben Collins ....... Inspector Tanner
Connie Sawyer ........ Mrs. Rubens
Richard Hoyt ......... Jack
Lou Ann Graham ....... Nurse
Bruce Mackey ......... Attorney
A fanatic becomes the prime suspect in the attempted murder of a bishop (Richard Basehart).

4.18 [090] The Streets of San Francisco: UNDERGROUND 
29Jan76
Producer, William Robert Yates
Teleplay by Sean Baine; Story by Philip Saltzman
Directed by Paul Stanley
Director of Photography, Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Robert Drivas
Jason Evers
Claudia Jennings
David White
Suzanne Charny

Special Guest Star:
Leslie Charleson
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Joe E. Tata ......... Bobby Waldron
Robert F. Simon ..... Captain O'Hare
Ken Lynch ........... Willy Kurland
Harry Davis ......... Leo Segal
Jodean Russo ........ Kay
William Campbell .... Johnny Blackwell
Eldon Quick ......... Lowrey
Francine York ....... Louise
With:
Shirley O'Hara ...... Mrs. Evans
Ken Wolger .......... Charles Allen
Forrest Draper ...... Eddie Segal
Gordon Pinkey ....... Officer Jenkins
Ed Vasgersian ....... Vern Harris
Jerry Walter ........ Kilgoe
A cop with a personal axe to grind takes extreme measures to bust a gambling racket.
To avenge the death of his brother, a policeman infiltrates a betting ring.

4.19 [091] The Streets of San Francisco: JUDGMENT DAY
19Feb76
Producer, William Robert Yates
Written by Robert Buck
Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
Director of Photography, Al Francis, ASC
Guest Stars:
Michael Burns
Ward Costello
Lynette Mettey

Fred Sadoff as Lenny, the police phychiatrist (recurring)
Jean Hagen
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
June Dayton ........... Lela Matthews
James McCallion ....... Elliott Jensen
Peter Hobbs ........... Karl Krafts
Gloria LeRoy .......... Mrs. Ledbetter
With:
John Vari ............. Jerome Black
Reuben Collins ........ Inspector Tanner (recurring)
Robert B. Hays ........ Lester
Allen Williams ........ Richard
June Ellis ............ Grace Hewitt
Stephen Bradley ....... Bernie
Synopsis 1:
A viscious killer is moving in on his next victim when Mike and Steve get in the way.
Synopsis 2:
The killer of four lawyers leaves a pamphlet on disbarment at the scene of each slaying.

4.20 [092] The Streets of San Francisco: CLOWN OF DEATH
26Feb76
Producer, William Robert Yates
Written by Arthur Rowe
Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
Director of Photography, Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
David Birney
Michael Strong
Madlyn Rhue
Dick Van Patten

Special Guest Star:
Lynne Marta
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Parley Baer .......... Jack Leopold
Will Hutchins ........ Sparky
Russell Thorson ...... Freddie Olburn
Mary Jackson ......... Mrs. Clemons
Angus Duncan ......... Dr. Harlow
Don Keefer ........... Dr. Mayhill
With:
Reuben Collins ....... Inspector Tanner (recurring)
Ray K. Goman ......... Mr. MacLeod
Maurice Argent ....... Sean Murdock
Dan Caldwell ......... Sergeant Hawlins
Berni Valentine ...... Maggie Martins
Mike and Steve try to nail a murderer working through the cast list at the circus.
Stone poses as a clown to unmask a murderer under the big top.

4.21 [093] The Streets of San Francisco: SUPERSTAR *****

 Pilot for -  Bert D'Angelo (Quinn Martin/ABC)(early 1976) starring Paul Sorvino 
04Mar76 ABC Thurs
Producer, William Robert Yates
Written by Mort Fine
Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
Director of photography, Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Paul Sorvino as Bert D'Angelo
Don Gordon
Ron Soble
Alfred Ryder

*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Kenneth O'Brien ....... Jimbo
Danny Wells ........... Cabby
Karen Philipp ......... Valerie
Amy Levitt ............ Georgia
With:
John Yates ............ Benson
Lola Mason ............ Betty Garson
Stephen Bradley ....... Medicial Examiner
Regina Waldon ......... Mrs. Sutterman
Dom Spruance .......... Kelly
Synopsis:
Stone and Keller clash with a tough New York policeman who arrives in San Francisco
after a runaway informant who killed his ex-partner.
Pilot for -  Bert D'Angelo (Quinn Martin/ABC)(early 1976) starring Paul Sorvino

4.22 [094] The Streets of San Francisco: ALIEN COUNTRY
11Mar76
Producer, William Robert Yates
Written by Larry Brody
Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
Director of photography, Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
A Martinez
Robert Carricart
Roy Poole

Special Guest Star:
Henry Darrow
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Bruce Glover ........... Stan Reeves
Roy Applegate .......... Harry Courtney
David McLean ........... James Courtney
Claudia Bryar .......... Ann Corby
Tony Perez ............. Miguel
Amzie Strickland ....... Alma Drake
With:
Ken Pennell ............ Carl Berkson
James Griffith ......... T.J.
Betty Carvalho ......... Jessie Medina
Thomas Trujillo ........ Esteban
Michael Hitchcock ...... Security Guard
Stone and Keller on the trail of illegal immigrants from Mexico in the vineyards of North California,
suspected of killing a security guard.

4.23 [095] The Streets of San Francisco: RUNAWAY
(not to be confused with #38 "The Runaways")
18Mar76
Producer, William Robert Yates
Written by Paul Savage
Directed by Harry Falk
Director of photography, Al Francis, A.S.C.
Guest Stars:
Darleen Carr as Jeannie (Mike Stone's teenage daughter) (recurring)
Billy Green Bush
Alex Henteloff

Special Guest Star:
Pamelyn Ferdin
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Edward Walsh ......... Dave Cox
Milton Selzer ........ Manny Judson
Walter Burke ......... Joey Collins
Claire Brennen ....... Joan Cavanaugh
Joshua Shelley ....... Marvin
With:
Florence Sundstrom ... Manager
Eddie Quillan ........ Timpkins
Frank Loverde ........ Donetti
Art Passarella ....... Officer Sekulavich

A runaway girl is bent on finding her father, unaware that he's a thief.

[--] 03Jun76 rerun of "Most Likely to Succeed" (first aired 18Dec75)

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