CTVA US Spy - "A Man Called Sloane" (QM/CBS) (Fall 1979) Robert Conrad, Dan O'Herlihy

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A Man Called Sloane (1979)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
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A MAN CALLED SLOANE
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Woodruff Productions  in association with QM productions (Quinn Martin)
a Taft Broadcasting company
Executive Producer Philip Saltzman
Produced by Gerald Sanford
Created by Cliff Gould
for
NBC (Saturdays 10:00 pm EST)

US Spy Adventure series Fall 1979 12 episodes x 60 min color
starring
Robert Conrad as Thomas Remington Sloane III
Dan O'Herlihy as the Director
Ji-Tu Cumbuka as Torque
Karen Purcell as Kelly
Michele Carey as the Voice of EFI 3000

Premise:
The exploits of Thomas Remington Sloane III, Priority One Agent for
UNIT, a select counterespionage team, as he battles the evils of KARTEL,
an enemy organization that seeks to destroy the world.

"A Man Called Sloane" Theme music composed by Patrick Williams

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NBC Saturdays 10:00 pm Eastern

1.1 A Man Called Sloane: NIGHT OF THE WIZARD
QM-Woodruff prod. no. 9027-7904
22-Sep-1979 NBC Sat
Written by Peter Allan Fields
Directed by Alan J. Levi
director of photography: Roland Ozzie Smith
film editor: Donald Hoskinson.
music composed by Tom Scott;
Guest Cast:
Roddy McDowall ................ Manfred Baranoff
Christine De Lisle as Krista
Diane Stilwell ................ Sara
Christian Marlowe ............. Alexander
(No Synopsis)

1.2 A Man Called Sloane: SEDUCTION SQUAD
QM-Woodruff prod. no. 9027-7901
29-Sep-1979 NBC Sat
Written by Stephen Kandel
Directed by Michael Preece
director of photography: Roland Ozzie Smith;
film editor: Donald Hoskinson.
guest cast:
Robert Culp ................... Edward Danton
Laura Johnson as Joanna Ross
Anthony Eisley as Herbert Davis
Lee Purcell ................... Michele Blake
(No Synopsis)

1.3 A Man Called Sloane: TUNED FOR DESTRUCTION
QM-Woodruff prod. no. 9027-7905
06-Oct-1979 NBC Sat
Written by Dick Nelson
directed by Elizabeth Lindberg Gallagher
director of photography: Bradley B. Six;
film editor: Donald Hoskinson.
music composed by Don Bagley;
guest cast:
Geoffrey Lewis as "Wild Bill" McEvoy
Denise Du Barry as Corporal Comfort
Sandra Kerns as Alice Baker
Frank Michael Liu
Laurence Haddon as Updike
Rosalind Chao
George Dickerson
Patrick Culliton .............. Capt. Schturm
John Macchia
Peter Schuck
Synopsis:
Sloane hunts a rogue general who is plotting an assault on an underdeveloped country. [RF]

1.4 A Man Called Sloane: MASQUERADE OF TERROR
(episode title on copyright synopsis: "The Master of Disguise"
QM-Woodruff prod. no. 9027-7903
13-Oct-1979 NBC Sat
Written by B. W. Sandefur
Directed by Michael Preece
director of photography: Roland Ozzie Smith
film editor: James Gross.
music composed by Don Bagley
guest cast:
Richard Lynch as Jeremy Mason
LaVelda as Linda
Len Birman as Forbes
Martin Cassidy as Blake
John Devlin ................... Toland
Tiiu Leek
Anita Jodelsohn ............... Monique
Stanley Grover
Herb Armstrong
John Dullaghan
Harvey Fisher
Synopsis:
KARTEL employs a master of disguise to take control of a laser satellite. [RF]

1.5 A Man Called Sloane: DEMON'S TRIANGLE
QM-Woodruff prod. no. 9027-7906
20-Oct-1979 NBC Sat
Written by Jimmy Sangster
directed by Michael Preece
director of photography: Bradley B. Six;
film editor: Richard Greer.
music composed by Les Hooper
guest cast:
Clive Revill as Morgan Lancaster
John Reilly as David Clarke
Marianne Marks as Lana
Maurice Hill as Hertzog
Jon St. Elwood ................. Manu
John Shearin
Jeanne Lange
Stephen Markle
Mark Burke
Jed Mills
Synopsis:
A modern-day pirate forces down a plane carrying defense secrets. [RF]

1.6 A Man Called Sloane: THE VENUS MICROBE
QM-Woodruff prod. no. 9027-7907
27-Oct-1979 NBC Sat
Story by Marc Brandel
Teleplay by Peter Allan Fields, Jack Fogarty, and Gerald Sanford;
directed by Winrich Kolbe
director of photography: Bradley B. Six;
film editor: Donald Hoskinson.
music composed by Don Bagley;
guest cast:
Monte Markham as Jonathan Cambro
Alexander Henteloff as Dr. Charles Franklyn
Darrell Zwerling as Dr. Eckhart
Robert Ellenstein as Kyle (or Dr. Davis?)
Morgan Fairchild as Melissa Nelson
Ava Lazar as Hostess
Jacki? Murphy
Jacki ? Zacki? Murphy .................. Charlene Hutton
Susette Carroll ............... Dr. Jessica Barnes
Rita Wilson ................... Kathy
James Galante ................. Felix
Vaughn Armstrong .............. Snyder
Synopsis:
A scientist moonlighting for KARTEL steals a virulent microbe and the formula for its antidote. [RF]

1.7 A Man Called Sloane: COLLISON COURSE
QM-Woodruff prod. no. 9027-7909
17-Nov-1979 NBC Sat
Written by Stephen Kandel
directed by Elizabeth Lindberg Gallagher and Ray Austin.
director of photography: Bradley B. Six;
film editor: Donald Hoskinson.
music composed by Les Hooper
guest cast:
Eric Braeden as Crane
Nancy DeCarl as Denise
Pat Klous as Elsa
Michael Alldredge ............. Church
Martina Deighnan as Barbara Wilson
Vince Flaherty as Matt
Eldon Quick ................... Dr. Ellman
Ben Wright .................... Mr. Harbridge
Glenn Spipes? or Sipes? ......... hunt club manager
Richard Lockmiller ............ Emmett
Roberta Lee Carroll ........... missile thief
Lawrence Bame ................. truck driver
Synopsis:
A murder at an observatory alerts Sloane to a plot to divert a huge comet toward North America. [RF]

1.8 A Man Called Sloane: SAMURAI
QM-Woodruff prod. no. 9027-7908
24-Nov-1979 NBC Sat
Written by Dick Nelson
Directed by Elizabeth Lindberg Gallagher.
director of photography: Bradley B. Six
film editor: Richard Greer.
music composed by Bill Byers
guest cast:
Mako .......................... Tanaka
Nancy Conrad .................. Carrie
Nate Esformes ................. Carlos Casal
Earl Boen ..................... Prentiss
Maria Richwine ................ Marja
Richard Narita ................ Sato
Elizabeth Chauvet ............. Carlotta
Bill Ewing .................... Tanaka's man
Jenny Newmann? OR Neumann?..... young girl
Bill Saito
Synopsis:
A martial-arts fanatic working for KARTEL kidnaps the daughter of a South American premier. [RF]

1.9 A Man Called Sloane: SWEETHEARTS OF DISASTER
QM-Woodruff prod. no. 9027-7910
01-Dec-1979 NBC Sat
Written by Pat Dunlap and Rich Meyer
Directed by Jack Starrett
director of photography: Bradley B. Six;
film editor: Richard Greer.
music composed by Les Hooper;
guest cast:
Andrea Howard as Anna
Ted Hamilton as Bannister
Lisa Shure as Vicki
Jennifer Starrett as Paula
William Beckley
Maurice Marsac
Barry Cahill
Synopsis:
Sloane teams with his Russian counterpart, a stunning female agent, to
combat KARTEL's use of a destructive laser gun. [RF]

1.10 A Man Called Sloane: LADYBUG
QM-Woodruff prod. no. 9027-7902
08-Dec-1979 NBC Sat
Written by Jack V. Fogarty
Directed by Michael Preece
director of photography: Roland Ozzie Smith
film editor: James Gross.
music composed by Les Hooper
guest cast:
Barbara Rucker as Dr. Chris Bishop
Edie Adams .................... Lady Bug/Miss Chandler
Martin Kove ................... Roger
Stefan Gierasch ............... Dr. Rand
Robin G. Eisenman ............. Ingrid
(No Synopsis)

1.11 A Man Called Sloane: ARCHITECT OF EVIL
QM-Woodruff prod. no. 9027-7911
15-Dec-1979 NBC Sat
written by Don Ingalls (Written by Don Pugalls? - on copyright)
Directed by Lewis Teague
director of photography: Bradley B. Six
music composed by Don Bagley
guest cast:
Michael Pataki as Worthing Pendergast
Lori Lethin as Helen
Vonetta McGee ................. Tina Baldwin
Adrienne La Russa as Serena
John Aprea as Harry Helms
Robert Phalen as Weems
with
Eric Server ................... Twilliger
Linda Fontana ................. Terry
Robert Herrman ................ Scott
Lew Brown ..................... Marvin
Synopsis:
A maniacal architect's blueprint for the future is threatened when a
common cat burglar steals an essential part of his secret weapon. [RF]

1.12 A Man Called Sloane: THE SHANGRI-LA SYNDROME (Final episode)
QM-Woodruff prod. no. 9027-7912
22-Dec-1979 NBC Sat
written by Don Ingalls (Written by Patrick Matthews - on copyright)
directed by Lewis Teague (Directed by Robert Conrad - on copyright)
director of photography Bradley B. Six
film editor: James Gross.
guest cast:
Jo Ann Harris as Joanna
Dennis Cole as Hans Kruger
Daphne Maxwell as Dr. Karla Meredith
Tony Epper as Penfold
Susanne Reed
Julio Medina
Lester C. Fletcher
Alberto Morin
Barbara Trentham
Gaye Nelson
Amy Nelson
Carmen Pecchio
Corman O'Herlihy
(No Synopsis)

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DEATH RAY 2000 (aka: T.R. Sloane)
05-Mar-1981
written by Cliff Gould
directed by Lee H. Katzin
director of photography Bill Butler
cast:
Robert Logan as T.R. Sloane
Ji-Tu Cumbaka as Torque
Maggie Cooper as Chrissy Randall
Dan O'Herlihy as the Director
Clive Revill as Erik Clawson
Ann Turkel as Sabina Dorffman
Paul Mantee ................... James
Roger Til ..................... Henri
Maggie Cooper ................. Chrissy Randall
Peter Nyberg .................. August Inmann
Diana Webster ................. Mother Supior
Michelle Carey ............... voice of Effie
Yuliis Ruval .................. Ilse Lander
Fiona Gordon .................. Sister Trilby
Richard Lineback .............. enlister
James Chandler ................ Gideon Peak
Ava Lazar ..................... flight attendant
Paula Jones ................... hostess
Connie Garrison ............... model
Stephen Coit .................. coroner
Tonyo Melendez ................ Cuban officer
William Meigs ................. Army general
David Brandon ................. general's aide
Michael Yama .................. photographer
Penelope Windust
Fred Sadoff

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