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(1958–1963)

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19 Sep. 1962
Hold for Gloria Christmas
The detectives investigate the murder of an alcoholic Greenwich Village poet, reconstructing his final hours in their search for the killer.
 
26 Sep. 1962
Idylls of a Running Back
Pro football star shot by younger woman when he opens his hotel room door. The press assumes Elvin "Colossus of" Rhodes was cheating on his wife, but Rhodes insists he doesn't even know the quiet, plain office worker. The paper trail fits the woman's claim they were lovers - separate hotel rooms as the player was on the road, gift receipts etc. check out, as Rhodes' life unravels.
 
3 Oct. 1962
Daughter Am I in My Father's House
A teenage girl is teased and handled a little roughly by four prankish teenage boys at a movie theater. The girl's father downplays the incident when the NYPD investigates. The father, a WWII combat veteran, has a plan to "save his daughter from any public embarrassment". He will hunt the boys down and mete out justice.
 
10 Oct. 1962
And by the Sweat of Thy Brow...
A young man with a disfigured face lives in the shadows of the city committing petty crimes until a young woman and Detective Flint show him how his self-worth is tied to his actions, not his looks.
 
17 Oct. 1962
Kill Me While I'm Young So I Can Die Happy!
A recently-retired policewoman who is facing her own mortality discovers, with the help of Detective Arcaro, how she has missed so many opportunities for happiness.
 
24 Oct. 1962
Five Cranks for Winter... Ten Cranks for Spring
Former contender Johnny Meigs, eking out a living after a brain injury, pleads to go back in the ring, to get money to send his unknowing wife Kathy to compete in a floral show in Baltimore. Crooked boxing manager Gus Slate lines up an elderly, alcoholic physician to give Meigs a passing physical.
 
31 Oct. 1962
Go Fight City Hall
A subway fare taker who tried to hide his drunken escapades by falsely reporting a crime, goes on a mini crime spree to try to make fools of the investigating detectives.
 
7 Nov. 1962
Torment Him Much and Hold Him Long
To remain straight, an ex-con informs on the would-be robbers of a bar where he works, instead of helping the stickup men, his former pals. But the hoods' connection to Link Toland, a seemingly respectable businessman with serious political juice, cranks the heat way up on the young informant, his family, the investigating detectives, and even the tavern owner.
 
14 Nov. 1962
Make It Fifty Dollars and Add Love to Nona
An old, but vibrant, man is shuffled off to an "Elderly Citizen's" home by his wealthy son. Both to get his son's attention and amuse himself, the man begins to make threatening crank telephone calls. A fellow resident, a retired cop, overhears him doing this and begins to blackmail his "friend".
 
21 Nov. 1962
A Horse Has a Big Head - Let Him Worry!
An almost-blind young man roams the streets of New York after separating from his class, while his teacher (Diahann Carroll) attempts to convince his parents that the boy can learn to ably use his limited sight and not become completely blind.
 
28 Nov. 1962
Dust Devil on a Quiet Street
An acting class prank gone tragically awry leads the detectives to look closely at a talented but emotionally-tortured student.
 
5 Dec. 1962
The Virtues of Madame Douvay
Dishwasher carved to death, while Adam & Libby slurp wine in a French bistro. The restaurateur accused the kitchen helper of amouring his wife, so Lt. Parker targets him, not knowing the Frenchwoman totally entrances the mysterious real killer. Libby's acting career bellies out faster than a soufflé, so she presses Adam to romp off to Paris together, instead of him pursuing other murder suspects.
 
12 Dec. 1962
King Stanislaus and the Knights of the Round Stable
Two longtime Polish friends in the meat business have some bad blood between them and fight to resolve their issues.
 
19 Dec. 1962
Spectre of the Rose Street Gang
Construction workers unearth the skeleton of a 14-year old boy, dead and buried for about 25 years. The only clue to his identity -- and fate -- is a cigarette lighter with the monogram JLY. Learning of this from the morning paper, perpetual ne'er-do-well Sam Langan recognizes both the dead boy and a chance to advance himself.
 
9 Jan. 1963
Robin Hood and Clarence Darrow, They Went Out with Bow and Arrow
After a string of liquor store robberies and murders, a liquor store owner plans for retribution when his store is robbed and his friend, the clerk, is killed.
 
23 Jan. 1963
The Apple Falls Not Far from the Tree
A group of rich young men burglarize apartments in their own building, and to cover their tracks, escalate to violence.
 
30 Jan. 1963
Beyond This Place There Be Dragons
An ex-con, hustling a living by being part fence, sports bettor and police informant among other things,has a contract out on his life. He scrambles to get enough money together to leave for Oklahoma and a reunion with his wife and son. Lt. Parker is sympathetic and tries to help his "stoolie" friend safely leave NYC.
 
6 Feb. 1963
Man Without a Skin
A hot dog, newspaper headline-grabbing detective has himself assigned to the 65th Precinct to find the killer of his partner. Both Lt. Parker and Det. Flint soon find that this brash and rash detective gets under their skin. He challenges their bravery and considers them to be safety first "parade cops".
 
13 Feb. 1963
Prime of Life
Flint is ordered to prison to witness the execution of a murderer he helped capture.
 
20 Feb. 1963
Bringing Far Places Together
An immigrant from Puerto Rico finds that things are not better and in many ways worse since moving to NYC. The inability to speak English has lead to confusion, not being able to find a job,contempt for being an alien and misunderstanding by the police. Betrayal by one of his own people only makes it even worse.
 
27 Feb. 1963
The Highest of Prizes
A jury that seems hopelessly deadlocked debates the case of a man who murdered his wife in order to be with another woman, but there might not be enough physical evidence to sway all of the jurors.
 
6 Mar. 1963
Alive and Still a Second Lieutenant
A corporate man who accidentally killed a man in a fight over a parking space mentally and physically tortures himself while the detectives search for the killer.
 
20 Apr. 1963
Stop the Parade! A Baby Is Crying!
The reporting of a car theft by a good looking blonde seems odd for some reason to Detectives Flint and Arcaro. Later they and Lt. Parker are told she actually lent the car after a casual pickup.As more is learned about this woman her mental state becomes a concern. Is she a possible suicide case or a danger to others?
 
27 Mar. 1963
On the Battle Front: Every Minute Is Important
A psychotic who leads a burglary ring has an unfortunate habit of bursting into a murderous rage when things go wrong. When Adam investigates the scene of of the bloody break-ins, the head of an advertising agency offers him a lucrative position.
 
3 Apr. 1963
Howard Running Bear Is a Turtle
American Indians employed in NYC as "high floor construction workers" are a close knit group that follow tribal customs. A loveless arranged marriage that has not worked out eventually leads to a fatal fight between a husband and the tribesman she really loves.Rather than telling the NYPD the truth, the tribe "honors" the dead man by saying nothing.
 
17 Apr. 1963
No Naked Ladies in Front of Giovanni's House!
An immature man is the landlord of a house who is given to act irrationally because of the memory of his overbearing, deceased father. When his fiancée is visiting from Italy, he panics at the thought of marrying her, and stages stunts like trying to set the house on fire and refusing his tenants' rent money.
 
24 Apr. 1963
Carrier
A young woman, a carrier of a deadly infectious disease, leaves a self-imposed exile of 14 years on Welfare Island (now called Roosevelt Island) for Manhattan and a "normal" life. The NYPD is notified and seeks to find her before the "Van Nortons Sawyers Fever" infects the populace and causes multiple deaths.
 
1 May 1963
Color Schemes Like Never Before
A man with no "point of view" is strongly attracted to an opinionated woman. After he witnesses the accidental death of a "client" of his brother and his business associates he is told to leave NYC. He resists due to his newly found love and is a danger to them. Will he tell the NYPD the true story or be killed first?
 
8 May 1963
The S.S. American Dream
An emotional scrap dealer wants to purchase a ship bound for salvage, but he needs at least $3000. When his business partner refuses to help, the scrapper flies into a rage and murders him at a construction site. He then turns to an unscrupulous loan shark, but can only get some of the money and the deal runs out as his conscience bears down on him.
 
22 May 1963
Golden Lads and Girls
A pair of married couples from different social and economic backgrounds find they do have something in common. The couples both are involved in physically abusive relationships and must go through the same legal system. The realization that they have similar problems despite their different stations in life is quite an eye opener.
 
29 May 1963
Barefoot on a Bed of Coals
A man who failed to qualify for the NYPD takes to impersonating a uniformed patrolman.His motives have to do with wanting to serve the public and also wanting to attract more desirable women. When he becomes involved in stopping a robbery and uses his non-regulation firearm the real NYPD searches him out.
 

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