CTVA US Crime - "Switch" (GlenLarson/Universal/CBS)(1975-78) starring Robert Wagner & Eddie Albert

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Switch (1975-78)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)

Switch (season 1) (CBS) (1975-76)
Switch (season 2) (CBS) (1976-77)
Switch (season 3) (CBS) (1977-78)

Glen A. Larson Productions
in association with
Universal Television / an MCA Company

for
CBS (Tuesdays 9PM ET)(1975-76)(season 1)
CBS (Tuesdays 10PM ET)(1976-77)(season 2)
CBS (Fridays 10PM ET)(1977-78)(season 3)
Executive Producer Glen A. Larson (season 1)
Executive Producer Matthew Rapff (season 2)
Executive Producer Jon Epstein (season 3)

Produced by Jack Laird, Leigh Vance, John Peyser

US Crime Adventure series 1975-78 pilot + 70 episodes x 60 min color
(3 seasons)
starring
Robert Wagner as Pete Ryan
Eddie Albert as Frank McBride
Charlie Callas as Malcolm Argos
Sharon Gless as Maggie
co-starring
Mindi Miller as Revel
Ken Swofford as Lt. Griffin (1975-1976)
Richard X. Slattery as Lt. Modeer (1976-1977)
William Bryant as Lt. Shilton (1976-1978)
James Hong as Wang (1977-1978)

Premise:
The story of a retired bunco cop Frank McBride (Eddie Albert) and ex-con Pete Ryan (Robert Wagner) who team to become
partners in "The Ryan-McBride Detective Organization", and their exploits as they attempt to beat swindlers at their
own game.

'Switch' theme music composed by Glen A. Larson

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 SWITCH (90 min Pilot TV Film)
21-Mar-1975 
written by Alan Godfrey & Glen A. Larson
directed by Robert Day
director of photography Ben Coleman
guest stars
Charles Durning ..... Phil Beckman
Jaclyn Smith ........ Alice
Ken Swofford ........ Captain Griffin
Greg Mullavey ....... Chuck Powell
Sharon Gless ........ Maggie
Charlie Callas ...... Malcolm
Marc Lawrence ....... Franks
Anne Schedeen ....... Lisa
Alan Manson ......... Murray Franklin
Brendon Boone ....... Police Detective
Synopsis:
Robert Wagner and Eddie Albert star as an ex-con and a former cop who
are now private eyes with a penchant for unconventional investigate
techniques. Their latest case involves clearing a two-time loser
they believe was framed for robbery. [RF]

Switch (season 1) (CBS) (1975-76)
Switch (season 2) (CBS) (1976-77)
Switch (season 3) (CBS) (1977-78)

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