CTVA US Crime - "Switch" (GlenLarson/Universal/CBS) Season 2 (1976-77)

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Starring: Robert Wagner (as Pete Ryan) & Eddie Albert (as Frank McBride)  
Season 2 (CBS) (1976-77)
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)


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CBS Tuesdays 10:00PM Eastern

2.1 [--] Switch: THE PIRATES OF TIN PAN ALLEY
21Sep76
Produced by Jack Laird; Directed by David Impastato; Teleplay by Walter Dallenbach.
Guest Cast:
Sonny Bono
Howard Hesseman
John Orchard
Stefan Arngrim
Hampton Fancher
Michael Talbott
Pete and Mac investigate when a disc jockey's ex-wife and her companion die in a mysterious accident.

2.2 [--] Switch: THE TWELFTH COMMANDMENT
28Sep76
Produced by Jack Laird; Directed by Sutton Roley; Teleplay by Leigh Vance
music supervision Hal Mooney.
Guest Cast:
Margot Kidder
Richard Lynch
Thayer David
George Murdock
Shay Duffin
Luke Askew

2.3 [--] Switch: FLEECE OF SNOW
5Oct76
Produced by Jack Laird; Directed by Leo Penn; Teleplay by Mort Fine;
music supervision Hal Mooney.
Guest Cast:
Donnelly Rhodes
Logan Ramsey
Milt Kogan
Ted Gehring
Pat Delany
Jason Bernard
Gloria Manon

2.4 [--] Switch: THE ARGONAUT SPECIAL
12Oct76
Produced by Jack Laird; Directed by John Peyser; Teleplay by Walter Dallenbach;
music supervision Hal Mooney.
Guest Cast:
Beverly Garland
William Schallert
Richard Mulligan
William Mims
Douglas Fowley

2.5 [--] Switch: THE THINGS THAT BELONG TO MICKEY COSTELLO
19Oct76
Produced by Jack Laird; Directed by Sutton Roley; Teleplay by Shirl Hendryx
music supervision Hal Mooney.
Guest Cast:
Gabriel Dell
Don Gordon
George Wyner
Taaffe O'Connell
Philip Sterling
Don Williams

2.6 [--] Switch: QUICKER THAN THE EYE
9Nov76
Produced by Jack Laird; Directed by David Friedkin; Teleplay by Sue Milburn and Jack Guss
Guest Cast:
Eileen Heckart
Albert Paulsen
Graham Jarvis
Jan Merlin
E.J. Andre
Ed Call
Dick Bakalyan

2.7 [--] Switch: GAFFING THE SKIM (copyright title)
16Nov76
Produced by Jack Laird; Directed by Bruce Evans; Teleplay by Robert Dellinger; music by Glen A. Larson.

2.8 [--] Switch: THE LADY FROM LIECHTENSTEIN (Part 1/2) 23Nov76
2.9 [--] Switch: THE LADY FROM LIECHTENSTEIN (Part 2/2) 30Nov76
Produced by Leigh Vance; Directed by David Impastato; Teleplay by Norman Hudis & Larry Forrester
Guest Cast:
Jim Bailey
Sydney Chaplin
Florida Friebus
Jeff Corey
Leon Askin
Claudette Nevins

2.10 [--] Switch: SWITCH-HITTER
07Dec76
Produced by Leigh Vance; Directed by Ed Abroms; Teleplay by Stephen Kandel; Story by Gene Thompson.
Guest Cast:
Barbara Rhoades
Ray Girardin
John Larch
Ned Wilson
Lezlie Dalton

2.11 [--] Switch: MAGGIE'S HERO
14Dec76
Produced by Jack Guss; Directed by Noel Black; Teleplay by Ed Lakso and Jack Guss.
Guest Cast:
Lawrence Pressman
R.G. Armstrong
Stanley Brock
Lois Wagner
Judson Pratt
Len Lesser

2.12 [--] Switch: THE HUNDRED THOUSAND RUBLE RUMBLE
21-Dec-1976 CBS Tue (postponed from 16Nov76)
Produced by Jack Laird; Directed by Leo Penn
Teleplay by Mort Fine; music supervision Hal Mooney.
Guest cast:
Stefan Gierasch ..... Hart
Sherry Jackson ...... Jennie
Val Bisoglio ........ Shiggy
Bruce Glover ........ Kincaid
Frank Parker ........ Tom Brown
Candice Rialson ..... Becky
Richard X. Slattery.. Modeer
John Fujioka ........ Yung Kim Soo
Kieu-Chinh .......... Mai Tuc
Synopsis:
Mac is framed for murder in an elaborate international swindle that
also nets him a 100,000 ruble reward for the killing. [RF]

2.13 [--] Switch: PORTRAITS OF DEATH
04-Jan-1977 CBS Tue
Produced by Leigh Vance; Directed by John Peyser
Teleplay by Shirl Hendryx and Larry Forrester
guest cast:
Joseph Mascolo ...... Phillip Aspen / Martin Lorrimer
Tiffany Bolling ..... Amanda Kessetter
Hope Holiday ........ Landlady
Daniel Zippi
Anne Newman-Mantee
David White
Synopsis:
Acting only on a hunch and perhaps a bit of jealousy, Pete probes into the background of an old flame's fiance,
unaware that the man is a homicidal gigolo. [RF]

2.14 [--] Switch: THE SNITCH
16Jan77
Produced by John Peyser; Directed by Sigmund Neufeld, Jr.; Teleplay by Carey Wilbur and Jack Guss.
Guest Cast:
Robert Loggia
Joshua Bryant
Richard Le Pore
Tony Burton
Susette Carroll
George Tobias
Pete and Mac play mob bosses to learn who made an attempt on Malcolm's life.

2.15 [--] Switch: EYE WITNESS
23Jan77
Produced by Leigh Vance; Directed by Leo Penn; Teleplay by Lew Davidson and Robert Earl.
Guest Cast:
Lara Parker
Joel Fabiani
Joseph Ruskin
Vince Howard
Jeff David

2.16 [--] Switch: CAMERA ANGLES
30Jan77
Produced by Leigh Vance; Directed by Bruce Kessler; Teleplay by David Taylor and Larry Forrester.
Guest Cast:
Pernell Roberts
Linda Gray
Bill Fletcher
Mala Powers
Myron Healey

2.17 [--] Switch: BUTTERFLY MOURNING
6Feb77
Produced by John Peyser; Directed by Sutton Roley; Teleplay by Alan Godfrey and Robert Earll.
Guest Cast:
Sharon Farrell
Slim Pickens
Jonathan Goldsmith
Stack Pierce
Yale Summers
Bob Hastings

2.18 [--] Switch: THE FOUR HORSEMAN
13Feb77
Produced by Leigh Vance; Directed by Sigmund Neufeld, Jr.;
Teleplay by Michael Wagner, Robert Earll & Larry Forrester.
Guest Cast:
Laurie Prange
Vincent Baggetta
Peter Brocco
Elisha Cook
Helen Westcott
Adam Williams
Fawne Harriman

2.19 [--] Switch: EDEN'S GATE
20Feb77
Produced by John Peyser; Directed by Gerald Mayer;
Teleplay by Robert Earll; Story by David C. Taylor.
Guest Cast:
June Allyson
Jacques Aubuchon
Jayne Meadows
Judith Hanson
Susan Bucknet

2.20 [--] Switch: THE HEMLINE HEIST
27Feb77
Produced by Leigh Vance; directed by Leo Penn; teleplay by Jack Guss.
Guest Cast:
Dick Gautier
Sheree North
Barbara Luna
Kelly Thordsen
Ben Wright
Murray MacLeod
Mac and Pete find more than just theft after Mac is robbed of jewels headed for use in a fashion show.

2.21 [--] Switch: THREE FOR THE MONEY
06Mar77
Produced by John Peyser; Directed by Sigmund Neufeld, Jr.; Teleplay by Stephen Kandel.
Guest Cast:
Mark Goddard
Augusta Summerland
David Hollander
William Sylvester
Jack Hogan

2.22 [--] Switch: TWO ON THE RUN
13Mar77
Produced by Leigh Vance; directed by Arnold Laven; teleplay by Cynthia Cherbak.
Guest Cast:
Madlyn Rhue
Jess Walton
Penny Peyser
John Goddard

2.23 [--] Switch: WHATEVER HAPPENED TO CAROL HARMONY?
27Mar77 (possibly postponed from 26Oct76)
Produced by Leigh Vance; directed by Ivan Dixon;
teleplay by Leigh Vance; story by David P. Lewis
Guest Cast:
Lynda Day George
Ben Andrews
Alex Henteloff
Gerald McRaney
Bob Hoy

2.24 [--] Switch: HERITAGE OF DEATH
3Apr77
Produced by John Peyser; directed by John Peyser; teleplay by Larry Forrester.
Guest Cast:
Lola Falana
Moses Gunn
Earl Maynard
Ocean Tyson
Roger Aaron Brown
Malik Carter

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