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Eve Whitfield (Character)
from "Ironside" (1967)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Officer Eve Whitfield / Officer Whitfield

Filmography

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  1. The Return of Ironside (1993) (TV) Played by Barbara Anderson

  2. "Ironside"
    ... aka "The Raymond Burr Show" - USA (syndication title)
        - Walls Are Waiting (1971) TV episode, Played by Barbara Anderson (as Officer Eve Whitfield)
        - Grandmother's House (1971) TV episode, Played by Barbara Anderson (as Officer Eve Whitfield)
        - Lesson in Terror (1971) TV episode, Played by Barbara Anderson (as Officer Eve Whitfield)
        - Accident (1971) TV episode, Played by Barbara Anderson (as Officer Eve Whitfield)
        - The Summer Soldier (1971) TV episode, Played by Barbara Anderson (as Officer Eve Whitfield)
          (100 more)

  3. Ironside (1967) (TV) Played by Barbara Anderson
Archive Footage:
  1. Split Second to an Epitaph (1968) (TV) Played by Barbara Anderson

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Fun Stuff

Quotes:
From Ironside (1967) (TV)
Robert Ironside: [Inspecting a small envelope] Some miscellaneous nuts.
[Looks at Ed]
Robert Ironside: Some miscellaneous nuts?
Det. Sgt. Ed Brown: I tagged that one myself.
Robert Ironside: I don't believe it. You wrote "some miscellaneous nuts"?
Det. Sgt. Ed Brown: Well, what's the matter with it?
Robert Ironside: Why nothing at all. Except that in police work there is no such things as "some," numbers are important. And miscellaneous means a lot of different things, and these are all the same. And nuts is too general and happens to be incorrect. Otherwise, a splendid piece of labeling. One, two, three, four, five, six. Not some miscellaneous, just six. Now, six what? Not nuts, what?
[Toss the object to Ed]
Robert Ironside: Ed, what is that?
[Ed inspects it and then tosses it to Eve]
[...]
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