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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The LSD Story

12 January 1967
Friday and Gannon encounter Benjy "Blue Boy" Carver, an LSD user. Because of the then-lack of any laws against the use of LSD, they are unable to make a case against him, and Carver's parents are of no help. Finally, legislation is passed against LSD use and sale, but by then it may be too late for "Blue Boy".

Jack Webb ... Sgt. Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Michael Burns ... Benjie 'Blue Boy' Carver

Art Balinger ... Capt. Lou Richey

Olan Soule ... Ray Murray (as Olan Soulé)
Robert Knapp ... Mr. Eugene Carver

Eve Brent ... Mrs. Carver

Jerry Douglas ... Sgt. Eugene Zappey
Alfred Shelly ... Sgt. Dominic Carr
Johnny Aladdin ... The Painter
Shari Lee Bernath ... Sandra Quillan

Heather Menzies-Urich ... Edna Mae Dixon (as Heather Menzies)
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
James Oliver ... Teddy Carstairs (uncredited)
Lillian Powell ... Landlady (uncredited)
Don Ross ... Ben Riddle (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Bruce Watson ... Philip Jamison (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Big Explosion

19 January 1967
Friday and Gannon are working the day watch out of burglary division when they hear that a large quantity of high velocity gelatin dynamite has been stolen from a construction site. When they interview the Night Watchman who tried to stop the crime they get a license plate # for the car involved. Further investigating leads them to a bar patron nicknamed Ziggy. When they finally track him down they find that four of the eight stolen cases are empty and set to go off somewhere in the city.

Jack Webb ... Sgt. Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Don Dubbins ... Donald L. Chapman

Olan Soule ... Ray Murray (as Olan Soulé)

Bobby Troup ... Al Amory
Harlan Warde ... Capt. Henry Mack
Ralph Manza ... Gene Ellis

Val Avery ... Phil Masturian

Kent McCord ... Officer (as Kent McWhirter)

Ralph Moody ... Matt Kemper
John Nolan ... Nelson Grover

Bert Holland ... Car Salesman
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Kidnapping

26 January 1967
Friday and Gannon are working the day watch out of homicide when a phone call comes in from Ray Righetti, the manager of the Universal City branch of the Bank of America. Janet Ohrmund claims to have information of a kidnapping and ransom demand. When they question her she tells them a young man is holding her employer Adele Vincent hostage for $75,000. She was told to get the money or else he will kill her.

Jack Webb ... Sgt. Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Peggy Webber ... Janet Ohrmund
Harry Bartell ... Ray Righetti

Art Balinger ... Capt. Hugh Brown
Ronnie Rondell Jr. ... Donald Joseph Albers (as Ronnie Rondell)
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Interrogation

9 February 1967
Friday and Gannon question Officer Paul Culver, on the job only 114 days and currently working undercover out of the narcotics division, about the armed robbery of a liquor store in Hollywood. Despite a positive identification in the line-up and thinking he failed the lie-detector tests, Culver swears he is innocent.

Jack Webb ... Sgt. Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Kent McCord ... Officer Paul Culver
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: The Masked Bandits

16 February 1967
Friday and Gannon try to stop a string of robberies by men wearing red masks. A red Cadillac and tip from a drive-in theater waitress lead the pair to a juvenile who may be the key to discovering the identity of the gang members.

Jack Webb ... Sgt. Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Ron Russell ... Larry Hubbert

Virginia Vincent ... Edna Hubbert
S. John Launer ... Stanley Auerbach
Robert Brubaker ... Al Tucker

Art Gilmore ... Capt. Mert Howe
Tom Baker ... Donald Jones
Dirk Rambo ... Fred Tillar
Karen Jensen ... Jeannie
David Carlile ... Off. Jack Edwards (as Dave Carlile)

Sam Edwards ... Bernard Ashton
Tani Guthrie ... Angie (as Tani Seitz)
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: The Bank Examiner Swindle

23 February 1967
Friday and Gannon are working the day watch out of Frauds Division, Bunco Section. An expert pair of confidence men have moved from Seattle into L.A. Their victims are the elderly and they have been very successful. They pose as bank examiners out to catch crooked tellers and cheat their victims out of their savings. Friday and Gannon will have to catch them in the process of an actual swindle if they are to make a case against them stick.

Jack Webb ... Sgt. Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Nydia Westman ... Mrs. Mary Burnside
Harriet E. MacGibbon ... Flobelle Mirada (as Harriet MacGibbon)
Lillian Powell ... Mrs. Gray
Robert Knapp ... Capt. Lambert

Don 'Red' Barry ... James Fremont (as Donald Barry)

Howard Culver ... Frank Albert Thomas

Burt Mustin ... Fred Gregory

Clark Howat ... Lt. John Bigham

Bert Holland ... Harry Croft
Don Ross ... Cameraman

Season 1, Episode 7: The Hammer

2 March 1967
The manager of an apartment building is beaten to death with a hammer. Clues at the scene point to a man named 'Fred', who was playing cards with the victim. Fred has fled, possibly in another tenant's car. Later, Friday gets a call notifying him that Frederick Tosca and his girlfriend are in custody in Arizona. Extradition papers are prepared and Friday, Gannon, and Policewoman Dorothy Miller head to Cottonwood. Tosca admits nothing, but a search of the stolen car turns up a key piece of evidence.

Jack Webb ... Sgt. Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Merry Anders ... Policewoman Dorothy Miller

Brian Avery ... Terry Ridges

Art Balinger ... Capt. Hugh Brown
Natalie Masters ... Mrs. Ridges
Chet Stratton ... Chesney Guthrie

Dick Simmons ... Marcus Denner (as Richard Simmons)

Ralph Moody ... Lou Adams
Jill Banner ... Camille
James Oliver ... Fred Tosca
Don Stewart ... Officer Carl Goldman
Ben Chandler ... Chief Everett Snoddy
Jeff Scott ... Officer Chulik
Vince Williams ... Ambulance Attendant
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: The Candy Store Robberies

9 March 1967
In the span of two weeks someone has robbed at gunpoint ten branches of the city's largest candy store chain--Rachelles. The suspect is described as an older man thin and gaunt. He's never held up the same store twice so Friday organizes two man teams to stakeout the remaining five stores. Just when they think they've figured out his MO he hits the same store twice.

Jack Webb ... Sgt. Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Merry Anders ... Policewoman Dorothy Miller

Art Gilmore ... Capt. Mert Howe

Virginia Gregg ... Mrs. Jean Hardy
Austin Green ... Claude Thibodeau
David Bond ... George Watson
Don Stewart ... Officer Carl Goldman
Alfred Shelly ... Sgt. Al Vietti
John McCann ... Officer #2
Daniel Currie ... Officer #1 (as Dan Currie)
Vince Howard ... Officer Bondi
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: The Fur Job

16 March 1967
Emile Hartman reports the theft of $100,000 worth of quality furs and his delivery van. Friday and Gannon aren't having much luck until an insurance agent reports a call from a man selling fur coats. When he calls back a meeting is set up. The furrier must then give Gannon a crash course in furs so the detectives can pose as buyers to make the arrest.

Jack Webb ... Sgt. Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Merry Anders ... Policewoman Dorothy Miller

Clark Howat ... Capt. Henry O. Mack

Henry Corden ... Emile Hartman
Herbert Ellis ... Norm Landon (as Herb Ellis)
John Nolan ... Floyd Sinclair
Frank Gerstle ... Albert Marks
Jody Gilbert ... Mrs. Hilliard
Joanne Medley ... Miss Hilliard
John McCann ... Lt. Danny Bowser
Robert Cleaves ... Roger Brucker
Renny McEvoy ... John Cartwright
Alfred Shelly ... Detective
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Jade Story

23 March 1967
A woman claims someone broke into her home and stole her valuable jade jewelery. When Friday and Gannon investigate, they cannot get a straight story from the woman, and they start to think it might be insurance fraud.

Jack Webb ... Sgt. Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Virginia Gregg ... Mrs. Francine Graham
Eddie Firestone ... Ben Martin

Clark Howat ... Captain Mack
Harry Hickox ... John Benjamin

Keye Luke ... Lin Fong
Don Stewart ... Officer Art MacAndrews
Don Ross ... Bill Walmsley
William Boyett ... Sgt. Edward H. Barr
Annazette Chase ... Mary Carstairs (as Annazette)
Yoneo Iguchi ... Henry Morito
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Shooting

30 March 1967
A police officer is shot during a routine stop of a car. Friday and Gannon find the driver and passenger, and learn they are paroled convicts. The police officer cannot remember anything about the shooting event to help convict the two men.

Jack Webb ... Sgt. Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Don Marshall ... Dave Roberts

Art Balinger ... Captain Brown
Hal Baylor ... Roger Kensington

Dick Miller ... Harry Johnson
Alfred Shelly ... Sgt. Al Vietti
David Bond ... Virgil Hicks
Harry Bartell ... Dr. Anderson

Dick Whittinghill ... Clerk

Bert Holland ... Carl Wilson

Howard Culver ... Pete Stuart
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Hit-and-Run Driver

6 April 1967
Friday and Gannon try to track down the driver who hit and run with a pedestrian.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Audrey Dalton ... Patricia Filmore
Robert Clarke ... Clayton Filmore
Harlan Warde ... Capt. Tom Janes

Buddy Lester ... Bob Dugan

Olan Soule ... Ray Murray (as Olan Soulé)

Stuart Nisbet ... Gus Archer
Dennis McCarthy ... Norman Jacoby
King Moody ... Norton Bernard
Julian Burton ... Ed Neiman
James Seay ... Paul Bateman
Morgan Jones ... Bill Wheelock
Rhoda Williams ... Alice Bronson
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: The Bookie

13 April 1967
The detectives break up a gambling ring. Friday is undercover.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

William Reynolds ... Sgt. William Riddle
Luana Patten ... Angie
Sidney Miller ... Jay Simmons

Bobby Troup ... Richard Clinger

Art Gilmore ... Capt. Harry Nelson
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: The Subscription Racket

20 April 1967
A man signs up people to a magazine subscription, showing them his Congressional Medal of Honor to prove his honesty. However, it is a scam as there is no magazine.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Brian Avery ... Glenn Procustan

Marianne Gordon ... Norma Bryant

Art Balinger ... Capt. Lambert
Jerry Dexter ... Himself
Larry D. Mann ... Pete Benson
Sarah Selby ... Marilyn Tate

Doodles Weaver ... Cliff Tate

Season 1, Episode 15: The Gun

27 April 1967
Friday becomes emotionally involved in a rape-murder case of a Japanese-American war widow, especially after he sees how beautiful she was and after he finds out that she left a young daughter behind. Also, there might be a connection with the rape of another woman the previous night. Now Friday and Gannon must search for the rapist before he strikes again.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Art Balinger ... Capt. Hugh Brown
Ann Loos ... Mrs. Agatha Edney (as Anne Loos)

Kathleen Freeman ... Mrs. Sunshine Pound

Leonard Stone ... Det. Charlie Higbie

Olan Soule ... Ray Murray (as Olan Soulé)

Herbert Anderson ... Robert Blake
Lois Kiuchi ... Mrs. Watanabe (as Lois Yoshiko Kiuchi)
Don Ross ... Sgt. Dean Bergman
Sharann Hisamoto ... Miko

Bill Baldwin ... Coroner (uncredited)

Raymond Mayo ... Ben Roy Yoder (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Big Kids

4 May 1967
A teenage shoplifting gang is targeting a group of stores. It turns out the kids belong to a club, The Mod Squad, which requires them to steal $20 in clothes. Friday and Gannon go to the high school to talk to the boys before they get into more trouble.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Roger Mobley ... Audie Fulton

Andrea King ... Mrs. Lisa Fulton

Peggy Webber ... Mrs. Peggy Lassin
Richard Crane ... Sgt. John Pearson

Art Balinger ... Capt. Lou Richey
Mickey Sholdar ... Robert Lassin
Russell Arms ... David Carroll
Alan Dexter ... Hal Rosten

Season 1, Episode 17: The Bullet

11 May 1967
Friday and Gannon are working the day watch out of homicide when they respond to a late night call at the house of Jessie Gaynor. Her daughter Nora Hamlin is staying with her due to a separation from her husband. The call involves a gunshot heard from a locked study where Carl Hamlin's body is discovered. It is assumed at first that he killed himself but when Ray Murray from SID tells them that the bullet doesn't match the gun it turns into a murder case.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Carol Byron ... Nora Hamlin

Mabel Albertson ... Jessie Gaynor

Olan Soule ... Ray Murray (as Olan Soulé)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Grenade

14 September 1967
Friday and Gannon are working out of the juvenile division when they get called to a movie theater to investigate an attack on a high school student who had acid thrown on his back. The suspect is another boy named Gerald Paulson, who is emotionally disturbed. Later, Gerald has an argument with his stepfather and runs out of the house carrying a live hand grenade. Eventually, Friday and Gannon trail him to a house where a girl he attends high school with is throwing a party and he is holding them hostage and threatening to pull the pin. It is now up to the two detectives to get the grenade out of his hands before he kills himself and seriously wounds several other people.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Mickey Sholdar ... Gerald Paulson

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Rick Schneiderman (as Michael Vincent)
Robert Brubaker ... Martin Kirsop
Cathleen Cordell ... Lois Kirsop

John Rubinstein ... Paul Whidden
Robert Cleaves ... George Nash

Heather Menzies-Urich ... Lorean Harper (as Heather Menzies)
Barbara Luddy ... Maid
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: The Shooting Board

21 September 1967
After work Joe Friday goes by a laundromat to buy cigarettes. He interrupts a burglar stealing from the coin box, and shots are fired. The burglar dies, and Friday is investigated by the shooting board to see if it is a justified shot.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Art Balinger ... Capt. Hugh Brown

Leonard Stone ... Lt. Danny Bowser
William Boyett ... Lt. Pierce Brooks
Harry Bartell ... Dep. Chief Roger Murdock
S. John Launer ... Dep. Chief R.A. Houghton
Dennis McCarthy ... Insp. John Powers
Anita Eubank ... Marianne Smith
Jeff Malloy ... Officer Vincent
Christian Brando ... Officer Paul (as Gary Brown)
Ron Burke ... Arthur Ashton (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: The Badge Racket

26 September 1967
Gannon goes undercover, with Friday as backup, to catch a pair posing as police officers in a scam at a local hotel.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Art Gilmore ... Capt. Lambert
Tol Avery ... Willard Danhart

Harry Lauter ... Edward Larkin

Stacy Harris ... Walter Kinnett
Indus Arthur ... Pat Olney
Alfred Shelly ... Sgt. William D. Booth
Don Ross ... Mr. Ainsworth

Bert Holland ... Ralph

Season 2, Episode 4: The Bank Jobs

5 October 1967
A man is forcing different young women to help him rob banks, and Friday and Gannon have to find out who he is and stop him.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Kipp Hamilton ... Jana Altman

Art Gilmore ... Captain Howe

Herbert Anderson ... Dr. Phillip Lang

Kent McCord ... Officer Whitman

Marian Collier ... Angela Riplon
Sherry Boucher ... Carmen Willis

Chris Alcaide ... Richard Madden
David Carlile ... Sgt. Reed
Bee Tompkins ... Doris Colbert

Season 2, Episode 5: The Big Neighbor

12 October 1967
A sailor gets swindled a second time and goes to the detectives to report it. In order to unwind Gannon invites Friday over for a peaceful dinner. It turns out to be not so peaceful when the neighbors keep interrupting their peaceful dinner.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Randy Stuart ... Eileen Gannon

Ann Morgan Guilbert ... Marnie Prout
John Nolan ... Art Bonham

Kent McCord ... Officer
Hal Lynch ... Sailor
Rhoda Williams ... Ruth Walker
Joseph Gallison ... (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: The Big Frustration

19 October 1967
A fellow officer gets frustrated with the job, starts missing work and drinking. Friday and Gannon go looking for him, seeking to straighten him out.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
John Lupton ... Sgt. Carl Maxwell

Art Balinger ... Capt. Brown

Len Wayland ... Sgt. Al Maxwell
Grace Albertson ... Mary Maxwell

Bill Williams ... Sgt. Bill Riddle
Robert Patten ... Sgt. Taylor Searcy
Alfred Shelly ... Sgt. Frank Isbell

Lane Bradford ... Champ Ridgely

Season 2, Episode 7: The Senior Citizen

26 October 1967
Friday and Gannon investigate a series of burglaries that are taking place during the day, and the victims are those with a recent wedding or death in the family. A senior citizen uses the paper to find homes that are empty during the day.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Burt Mustin ... Charles Augustus William Smith

Clark Howat ... Captain Mack
Robert Patten ... Off. Louis J. Sale
Eve McVeagh ... Bonnie McKenzie
Natalie Masters ... Housewife

Season 2, Episode 8: The Big High

2 November 1967
Friday and Gannon are assigned to Narcotics. An elderly businessman, concerned about the welfare of his grandchild, informs them that his daughter and son-in-law are using marijuana regularly. They make no apologies for their lifestyle and the officers' hands are legally tied, but the couple's refusal to listen leads to a terrible conclusion.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Brenda Scott ... Jean Shipley
Tim Donnelly ... Paul Shipley (as Timothy Donnelly)

Merry Anders ... Policewoman Dorothy Miller
Robert Knapp ... Capt. Trembly

Ed Prentiss ... Charles Porter

Kent McCord ... 2nd Officer
James Oliver ... Fred Ludden
Jeff Malloy ... 1st Officer
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Big Ad

9 November 1967
An ex-con who places an ad in a newspaper gets a reply referring to making a killing for $1000. He turns the reply over to Friday and Gannon who investigate the possibility that the replier is soliciting murder.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Don Dubbins ... Steve Deal

Anthony Eisley ... Harvey Forrester

Art Balinger ... Captain Brown

Season 2, Episode 10: The Missing Realtor

16 November 1967
A realtor has been missing for several days. Friday and Gannon must find out what happened to her.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Gene Boland ... Terry Williams
Ena Hartman ... Ida Walters

Juanita Moore ... Mrs. Esther Jenkins
Jeff Burton ... Carl Keegan

Scatman Crothers ... Dave Richmond
Dennis McCarthy ... Lt. W.L. Clingan
William Boyett ... Sergeant Jack Williams (uncredited)
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: The Big Dog

23 November 1967
Joe and Bill are assigned a task to find a purse snatcher. They are surprised to learn it is a dog snatching the purses.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Merry Anders ... Policewoman Dorothy Miller

Art Gilmore ... Capt. Merton Howe

Luana Anders ... Noradelle De Leone
Bart Burns ... Ingo Burry
Phil Arnold ... Bert Silver
Bonnie Hughes ... Dee Staley
Jean Inness ... Wanda Kravits

Doodles Weaver ... Lars Lowell
Monty Margetts ... Cynthia Lowell

Maidie Norman ... Mrs. Holmes
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: The Pyramid Swindle

30 November 1967
Bonnie Bates is keeping her late husband's lucrative pyramid scheme alive by selling ten-year memberships in his "Dollar-Wise" buying club for $199.99. Friday and Gannon arrest her and she goes on trial where the jury seems to be on her side until they hear how many members are required for the scheme to work.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Virginia Gregg ... Bonnie Bates

Byron Morrow ... Palmer Forrest
Bert Fields ... Hal Davies (as Bert Fields Esq.)
Robert Cornthwaite ... Dr. Edgar Sundstrom

Art Gilmore ... Captain Lambert
Byron Keith ... Nick Gowers
Vinton Hayworth ... The Judge
Chet Stratton ... Everett Tottle

Sam Edwards ... Mr. Black
Alma Platt ... Little Old Lady

Sidney Clute ... Salesman
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: The Phony Police Racket

7 December 1967
Con artists convince business owners to pay for an ad for their business in a police magazine and in return, they receive a card which allows them to not have to pay for police tickets. The magazine is not real, and the cards have no value.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

G.D. Spradlin ... Preston C. Densmore

Del Moore ... Wesley Hundorn

Eddra Gale ... Ethel Gower

Nydia Westman ... Jennifer Salt

Kent McCord ... Officer Reed
Robert Knapp ... Capt. Lambert
Ben Hammer ... Paul G. Fremont
Victor Millan ... Salvador Cabo

Stuart Nisbet ... Axel Varney
Don Ross ... Bart Emerson

Season 2, Episode 14: The Trial Board

14 December 1967
A beat police officer asks Sergeant Friday to be his counselor before a review board. The office is accused of accepting a bribe.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Steve Carlson ... Off. Phil Waverly

Peter Duryea ... Ted Clover

Clark Howat ... Lt. Roger Mairs

Art Balinger ... Dep. Chief Simon

Art Gilmore ... Capt. Merton Howe
Alfred Shelly ... Sgt. Hugh Binyon
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: The Christmas Story

21 December 1967
Friday and Gannon investigate the theft of a statue of the baby Jesus from a church's nativity scene on Christmas Eve. The figure itself has little monetary value. Father Xavier Rojas explains this Jesus statue has been at the church for decades and has great sentimental value to the parishioners. The detectives pursue a lead but come up empty. As they return to Father Rojas, a small boy is pulling a wagon with the statue in it. The boy had prayed for a new wagon and promised the baby Jesus the first ride if he received it. The episode is a remake of "The Big Little Baby Jesus" from the original series, with three cast members (in addition to Jack Webb) reprising their original roles.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Harry Bartell ... Father Xavier Rojas

Bobby Troup ... Claude Stroup

Byron Morrow ... Captain Mack

Ralph Moody ... Mr. Flavin
Herb Vigran ... Desk Clerk

Barry Williams ... John Heffernan
Fernando Vásquez ... Paco Mendoza
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Craig Huxley ... James Cornene (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: The Big Shipment

28 December 1967
The crash of a small aircraft offers Friday and Gannon an opportunity. Inside the plane officers discover marijuana and heroin with a total street value over a million. If they can find the pilot, and get the drop location from him, they may be able to follow the chain of criminals to the very top. But they only have five hours: after that the criminals will realize their shipment is missing and disappear. Canvassing neighborhoods at 1:45am eventually puts them onto the pilot, but he won't cooperate. Of course, as Friday reminds him, when he fails to make his shipment on time his criminal bosses are likely to be murderously unhappy. His insurance plan - an article in the newspaper about the crash - won't help him, since Friday has persuaded the news hounds to withhold that item. Stuck, he puts them onto the drop site, and that leads them to the pick up men. If they can get the pick up men to talk, they might just cage the top dog.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Fred Vincent ... Jerry Frank

John Sebastian ... Peter Witmer
Julian Burton ... Wallace Shanklin

Lorraine Gary ... Mrs. Frank

Clark Howat ... Capt. Al Trembly
Stephen Dunne ... Fred Robertson (as Steve Dunne)
Elaine Devry ... Patricia Wingate
William Boyett ... Sgt. Robert Forsen

Bert Holland ... George Donaldson
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: The Big Search

4 January 1968
Friday and Gannon search for a couple of little girls who were reported missing by their mother. They search all over the neighborhood looking in every house and garage, especially an abandoned refrigerator. They also question a recently paroled child molester. They also talk to the girls' father, who was put out by the girls' mother after his drinking got out of hand. Eventually, they question a cocktail waitress who lived next door and who may hold the key to what happened to the girls.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Peggy Webber ... Marian Stanley
Robert Clarke ... Bert Stanley
Jean Howell ... Edna Felton

Kent McCord ... Officer Reed
Vic Perrin ... Vernon Hale

Sidney Clute ... George Selfridge
Rick Warick ... Off. Stedman
Gail Bonney ... Mrs. Bonney
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: The Big Prophet

11 January 1968
Gannon and Friday visit a self-described guru who advocates mind-expansion through drugs. Brother William is suspected of giving or selling LSD to minors. The detectives debate their ideas of drug use with the suspect.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Liam Sullivan ... William Bentley
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: The Big Amateur

25 January 1968
The police department starts to get calls of praise for Officer Dengle who has been helpful and gone above the call of duty. Since there is no Officer Dengle, Friday and Gannon track down the person impersonating an officer.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Del Moore ... Tyler Finch

Clark Howat ... Captain Lambert

Bert Holland ... Harry Wilson

Keye Luke ... George Lum
Carol Byron ... Ardith Roach

Stuart Nisbet ... Gideon C. Dengle
David Carlile ... Captain Dan Packard (as Dave Carlile)
Ron Wilder ... Bob Greene
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Alfred Shelly ... Detective Larson (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: The Starlet

1 February 1968
Friday and Gannon are asked by a woman from Oregon to try to find her niece who has run away from home. Their search eventually leads them into the world of pornography and they soon become involved in the arrest of a pornographer who may have info on where she might be located.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Susan Seaforth Hayes ... Eva Graham (as Susan Seaforth)
Robert Patten ... Sgt. Lester Zabel

Leonard Stone ... Off. Don Shaidell
Amzie Strickland ... Thelma Wade

Lyle Talbot ... William Joseph Cornelius

Jo Ann Harris ... Jo-Elle Murphy
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: The Big Clan

8 February 1968
A modern-day gypsy runs a spiritual guidance business as a method to steal money from clients. Friday and Gannon go undercover to catch her in policy bribery to put other gypsies out of business and protect her own business.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Virginia Gregg ... Dallas Andrews

Don Dubbins ... Billy Catcher

Lillian Bronson ... Fay Sager

Clark Howat ... Captain Lambert

Merry Anders ... Policewoman Dorothy Miller
Lillian Adams ... Mother Maria
Margaret Rich ... Madame Mona
Alma Platt ... Katy Wilson
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: The Little Victim

15 February 1968
Friday and Gannon investigate abuse to babies. One mother claims her child fell down the stairs, but they find the father beat the child. The baby dies. The parents never wanted the child.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Brooke Bundy ... Louise Marshall

Kiel Martin ... Walter Marshall
S. John Launer ... Dr. Wingate
Elizabeth Rogers ... Mrs. Bradley
Jean Howell ... Mrs. Ruth Fowler
Gavin Mooney ... Dr. Frederick Martin
Cathleen Cordell ... Mrs. Newton
Louise Lorimer ... Mrs. Walters
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: The Squeeze

22 February 1969
A known extortionist claims he is innocent of recent charges. Gannon and Friday interrogate him about different incidents, and then bring out a surprise device which proves his guilt.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

John Sebastian ... George Fox

Sam Edwards ... Paul Carter (voice) (uncredited)
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Don Ross ... Tom Tracy (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: The Suicide Attempt

29 February 1968
A woman calls the police department with the news that her son called her and said he is going to kill himself. All that Gannon and Friday know - he is somewhere in a hotel with 1200 rooms.

Jack Webb ... Sgt. Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Jill Donohue ... Nina Draper

Luana Anders ... Anna Marie Harmon
Don Ross ... Eugene Dickson

Art Balinger ... Capt. Brown

Quinn O'Hara ... Tami Avalon
Herb Vigran ... John Hagen
Dee Carroll ... Jean Wagnall
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: The Big Departure

7 March 1968
A few teenagers want to start their own country on an island off the coast of California. They steal from local stores to fund their efforts.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Kevin Coughlin ... Paul Seever

Roger Mobley ... Charles L. Vail

Lou Wagner ... Dennis J. Meldon

Howard Culver ... Nathan Vollmer
Ed Deemer ... Off. Jim Edwards
Lindon Crow ... Off. Wilson
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: The Investigation

14 March 1968
The police academy are accepting applications from people who want to join the police force. Friday and Gannon help with the interview process.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Robert Patten ... Sgt. Gene Markley
Don Stewart ... Harry Lanham
Gene Boland ... Howard Digby
Susan Seaforth Hayes ... Virna Lanham (as Susan Seaforth)

Herbert Anderson ... Carl Shumley (as Herb Anderson)
Dennis McCarthy ... Leonard Robbins
Roy Engel ... Art Turnbull
Mercer Harris ... Fred Hiller

Stuart Nisbet ... Chief of Mintville

Bert Holland ... Ed Swift
Ed Deemer ... Chief Oxley
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 27: The Big Gambler

21 March 1968
A business man reports to the police that an employee is stealing money from the company, and has it narrowed down to three people. Friday and Gannon file the embezzler. He is an addicted gambler who needed the money for his gambling.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Vic Perrin ... Henry Pendleton

Virginia Gregg ... Norma Pendleton
Robert Brubaker ... Edward Loring
Julian Burton ... George Barnes

Virginia Vincent ... Sally Fisher

Buddy Lester ... Nick Gerber
Don Ross ... Jim Barlow
Sharon Harvey ... Delores Grove
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 28: The Big Problem

28 March 1968
Friday & Gannon talk to community members to improve relations between police and public. They suggest people call them to find the truth of incidents instead of spreading rumors. A couple complains they were stopped because of their race.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Tom Reddin ... Himself (as Thomas Reddin)
Roy Glenn ... John Erickson

Maidie Norman ... Elsa Erickson

John McCook ... Off. Nick Jeffries
Charles Brewer ... Off. Ron Braven

Clark Howat ... Captain Shannon

Georg Stanford Brown ... Billy Jones
Ed Deemer ... Sgt. Charles Park
Richard Van Vleet ... Off. Martin

Celia Lovsky ... Rita Goldstein
Victor Millan ... Sam Gonsalvez
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Public Affairs: DR-07

19 September 1968
A television show asks the question - who needs the police? Friday and Gannon are invited to sit on the panel to defend the police department from others that think the police are not needed.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Anthony Eisley ... Chuck Bligh

Stacy Harris ... Tom Higgins

Howard Hesseman ... Jesse Chaplin (as Don Sturdy)

Dick Anthony Williams ... Mondo Mabamba (as Dick Williams)
Dennis McCarthy ... Sgt. Dan Cooke
Don Ross ... Monty Warren
Charles Brewer ... Charles Varco

Sidney Clute ... Harry Wilson

Lou Wagner ... John Dietz
Penny Gaston ... Diane Newcombe
Speedy Zapata ... Jay Herrera

Chuck Bowman ... Announcer
Edwin Rochelle ... Stagehand (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Juvenile: DR-05

26 September 1968
Gannon & Friday work the evening shift in the Juvenile Department where they field a variety of calls. Calls include a runaway teenager, an abandoned baby, a boy high on drugs, and a girl accused of theft.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Merry Anders ... Policewoman Dorothy Miller
Robert Clarke ... Mr. Fuller

Stefan Arngrim ... Danny Meriton
Jenny Sullivan ... Mariana Brenner
Gary Tigerman ... George Fuller
Joy Ellison ... Sharon Malden

Eve Brent ... Mrs. Fuller
Jeff Malloy ... Officer Rowley

Clark Howat ... Lt. Bongard
Clifford Sales ... Officer Henderson (as Cliff Sales)
Ed Deemer ... Officer Beck
Alfred Shelly ... Officer Gurowski
David Carlile ... Officer Ryan (as Dave Carlile)
Don Ross ... Officer Howard

Season 3, Episode 3: Community Relations: DR-10

3 October 1968
Friday and Gannon are at a community college to recruit potential new police officers. With race relations a little tense in late '60s Los Angeles, a majority of the men in the room are African-American. A few of them are dubious about joining the police service. But a few are open to the idea. Later, Officer Dave Robers, also African-American, is rethinking returning to duty after being badly wounded during a robbery. Relations with his neighbors have soured and he thinks it's affecting him on the job. Friday and Gannon try to talk him out of resigning. Roberts leaved things up in the air. A few days later, Friday and Gannon are downtown when a call regarding a business disturbance comes over the radio. They are a few blocks away and decide to lend assistance. As it turns out Officer Roberts has responded to the call and is sorting things out on his own as Friday and Gannon observe. After everything is resolved, Roberts notices the two detectives watching from the doorway. Friday gives Roberts a knowing nod. Roberts nods back. They not only convince Roberts to stay on the job, but to help them with the recruiting as well.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Don Marshall ... Off. Dave Evans

Rafer Johnson ... Lt. Ed Henry

William Elliott ... Alec Harper (as Bill Elliott)
Mittie Lawrence ... Elinor Evans

Bert Holland ... Carl Rogers
Joel Fluellen ... Tom Foster
John C. Johnson ... Dick Roberts
Don Newsome ... George Lower
Reveta Bowers ... Betty-Jewell (as Reveta Lynn Franklin)
Ron Pinkard ... Student (uncredited)

O.J. Simpson ... Potential Recruit (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Management Services: DR-11

10 October 1968
On an April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King was assassinated in Memphis, Tennesee. With riots erupting all over the United States, the Los Angeles Police Department braces for worse case scenarios such as rioting and bomb threats. Friday and Gannon are assigned to the command post and monitor the situation from there and wait for the first sign of trouble. However, as the weekend progresses Friday notes that Los Angeles is quieter than normal and that many of the people are doing their best to remember that Dr. King stood for peace.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Art Balinger ... Capt. Brown
Ed Deemer ... Sgt. Andy Blakeley
Marc Hannibal ... Off. Earl McNevin

Clark Howat ... Insp. Hagan
Robert Patten ... Sgt. Joe Gunn
Yvonne Lime ... Policewoman Gloria Harbor
Lew Brown ... Radio Operator
Clifford Sales ... Off. Jim Kenady (as Cliff Sales)
Alfred Shelly ... Lt. Robert Ward
Jeff Malloy ... Off. Art Cragnotti
S. John Launer ... Dep. Chief Houghton
Vince Williams ... 1st Reporter

Bill Baldwin ... 2nd Reporter
Marco López ... Guard in hall (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: Police Commission: DR-13

17 October 1968
Friday and Gannon are assigned to investigate complaints from motorists about a tow truck driver who takes advantage of those who are in trouble on the highway.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Larry Pennell ... John Anzo

John Sebastian ... Eddie Jones

Art Gilmore ... Capt. George Milemore

Nydia Westman ... Phoebe Kensington
John Dennis ... Perry Chance
Eve McVeagh ... Margaret Chance
Vince Williams ... Gary Houston
Pilar Del Rey ... Maria Arruba
Marco López ... Danny Galindo (as Marco Antonio)

Season 3, Episode 6: Homicide: DR-06

24 October 1968
Friday and Gannon investigate the murder of a man found in an alley, with no leads or witnesses. Friday invites Gannon and his wife, and a date over to his apartment for a dinner party.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Randy Stuart ... Eileen Gannon

Virginia Vincent ... Edie Augburn

Del Moore ... Roy Sellick
Dee Carroll ... Virna Sellick
Julian Burton ... Frank Wheeler

Stuart Nisbet ... Lofkin

Sam Edwards ... George Haller

Art Balinger ... Capt. Brown

Season 3, Episode 7: Robbery: DR-15

7 November 1968
Gannon & Friday work in the Robbery Division. Several victims identify the same man as being the criminal. The detectives try to find him, as well as evidence that will convict him.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Robert Patten ... Sgt. Jack Williams
William Boyett ... Sgt. Bill Pailing
Don Ross ... Sgt. Dick Reed
Alfred Shelly ... Sgt. Hank Seret
Jeff Burton ... Sgt. Mac Johnson
Elaine Devry ... Irene Gorman

Lillian Bronson ... Bird Lady
King Moody ... Truck Driver
Jon Shank ... Hippie Suspect
Chet Stratton ... Clarence Beach
John Nolan ... Mr. Rogers
Carlos Romero ... Juan
Don Stewart ... 1st Patrolman
Kenneth Washington ... Off. Bill Bray
David Crawford ... Teenager (as David N. Crawford)
John Bryant ... Ray
Marco López ... Sgt. Al Fuentes (as Marco Antonio)

Season 3, Episode 8: Public Affairs: DR-12

14 November 1968
The LAPD has just been informed that The President of the United States will be making a trip to LA. They have only been given a few hours to prepare. They work with The Secret Service to secure the location at which The President will be holding a press conference.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Lew Brown ... Agent Roger Franke

Clark Howat ... Captain Shannon

Art Gilmore ... Captain Colwell
Edward Faulkner ... Agent Jim Shepheard
Douglas Kennedy ... Inspector Mills

Byron Morrow ... Inspector McAllister
Ed Deemer ... Sgt. Sherman

Olan Soule ... Ray Murray (as Olan Soulé)
Vince Williams ... Harry
Robert Clarke ... Roomer

Bill Baldwin ... 1st Newsman

Chuck Bowman ... 2nd Newsman

Season 3, Episode 9: Training: DR-18

21 November 1968
A reporter for a New York magazine wants to do a piece on female police cadets. She's known for not making the people she writes about very attractive. Friday is assigned to escort her around the Academy.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Virginia Gregg ... Dorothy Lee
Don Stewart ... Ross Landa
Susan Seaforth Hayes ... Joyce Anderson (as Susan Seaforth)

Clark Howat ... Capt. Vern Hoy

Eve Brent ... Sgt. Connie Speck
Judy Jordan ... Carol Winters

Season 3, Episode 10: Public Affairs: DR-14

28 November 1968
Friday and Gannon are sent to meet with a group of business owners who are looking to organize a crime prevention group to help cut crime in their neighborhood. While doing a cursory inspection they identify a number of problems that may encourage burglaries. Most of the business owners don't feel that they are vulnerable to crime.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Del Moore ... Charles Dalton

Virginia Gregg ... Lisa Ruby
John Hudson ... Lt. Bob Kearney
Herb Vigran ... Pete Gulka

Howard Culver ... Harold Wilson
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Narcotics: DR-16

5 December 1968
A business man helps Friday and Gannon get the teens involved in stopping the use of drugs. The teens form a club and make a promise not to use drugs and encourage others to stop using them.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Howard Culver ... Robert Squire

Heather Menzies-Urich ... Ann Flynn (as Heather Menzies)
Thomas Bellin ... Al Bertino

Clark Howat ... Captain Trembly
Alex Wilson ... 1st Patrolman
Russ Caldwell ... Stanley Sorel
Judy Jennsen ... Martha (as Judy Jenson)
Wink Roberts ... Bob

Season 3, Episode 12: Internal Affairs: DR-20

12 December 1968
Friday and Gannon work the Internal Affairs Division concerning an arrested man's accusation of police brutality by one of the officers. The main characters from Adam-12 appear as witnesses.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

John McCook ... Ed Hillier

Peter Duryea ... John Meadows
Jack Sheldon ... Ted Nichols

Art Gilmore ... Lt. Moore
Anne Whitfield ... Irene Hillier
Hal England ... Harry Burns
Penny Gaston ... Patsy Cronin
Tracy Vance ... Mary Kay Morton
Linda Weeks ... Alice Jenkins
Clifford Sales ... Patrolman Tom Pollack (as Cliff Sales)

Season 3, Episode 13: Community Relations: DR-17

2 January 1969
Friday and Gannon are assigned to attend a conference at Lake Arrowhead where focus groups are formed to develop suggestions to improve community relations and have to deal with bias and prejudice.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Leonard Stone ... Sgt. Keith Barrett
Morris D. Erby ... Sgt. Tom Benson (as Morris Erby)
William Boyett ... Sgt. Sam Hunter
Walter Brooke ... Capt. Carl Fuller

Art Gilmore ... Capt. Larry Walton
Ray Montgomery ... Lt. John Rule
John Hudson ... Sgt. Tom Wallen
Sid McCoy ... Sgt. Ron Nelson

Marshall Reed ... Lt. Phil Johnson
Don Ross ... Sgt. Scott
Robert Cleaves ... Lt. Jurgens

Season 3, Episode 14: Homicide: DR-22

9 January 1969
While investigating the murder of a pretty young career girl, Friday and Gannon meet a little old man named Calvin Lampe who is more than a little interested in their investigation. In fact, he even is looked at as a suspect because of his attention to every detail in the case. However, the two detectives are in for a big shock when they find out that Mr. Lampe is a retired chief of detectives and that he is a good friend of their boss, Captain Hugh Brown. Lampe's know how and good old fashioned detective work are a big help as Joe and Bill try to solve a very difficult case.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Burt Mustin ... Calvin Lampe

Art Balinger ... Capt. Hugh Brown

Len Wayland ... Off. Dave Dorman
Jill Banner ... Eve Wesson
Alfred Shelly ... Jack Swan
Don Ross ... Glen

Season 3, Episode 15: B.O.D.: DR-27

23 January 1969
Friday and Gannon man the desk at the Business Office Division and deal with radicals, a threatened suicide, a lost child, a diabetic drunk, and an impending tidal wave.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Grant Williams ... Father Barnes

Len Wayland ... Capt. Stanley
Vic Perrin ... John Franklin

Nydia Westman ... Mrs. Morrison
David Bond ... Henry
Roy Glenn ... Mr. Farrell
Tim Donnelly ... Mr. Morris
Robert Carricart ... Mr. Diedrich
Bob Carricart ... Ray Diedrich (as Robert Carricart Jr.)
Ed Deemer ... Sgt. Jim Slagle

Judd Laurance ... Male Hippie

Pamela McMyler ... Female Hippie
Susan Seaforth Hayes ... Policewoman Olson (as Susan Seaforth)
Rhoda Williams ... Mrs. Maynard
Charles Brewer ... Officer Iddings
Pilar Del Rey ... Mrs. Alvarez
Marco López ... Mr. Alvarez (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: Narcotics: DR-21

30 January 1969
Friday and Gannon come up with the idea of using dogs to sniff out marijuana smugglers. They'll have to find a dog and demonstrate it works while enduring their colleagues' skepticism of the wild idea.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Don Dubbins ... Bob Buesing

Clark Howat ... Capt. Al Trembly
Lew Brown ... Officer Mason
Robert Patten ... Officer Young
Jack Sheldon ... Leon Hardy

Buddy Lester ... Charles Anderson (as A.B. Lester)
Don Stewart ... Officer Elinson

Marshall Reed ... Officer Whitney
Vinton Hayworth ... Judge
S. John Launer ... Chief Houghton

Season 3, Episode 17: Administrative Vice: DR-29

6 February 1969
Friday has a temporary partner when Gannon is out for the day. The new partner is from the Vice Department. He tests Friday by offering a bribe.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Anthony Eisley ... Lt. Chris Drucker

Clark Howat ... Captain Nelson
Elaine Devry ... Maggie Hinton
John Dennis ... Bookie Agent

Season 3, Episode 18: The Joy Riders

13 February 1969
A teenager is caught after taking a car for joy riding. Friday and Gannon try to help the boy realize he is on the wrong path for life, and should change his way.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Michael Burns ... Harold F. Rustin

Peggy Webber ... Mrs. Eunice Rustin
S. John Launer ... Michael Chatterton

John McCook ... Off. Keefer
Mickey Sholdar ... Vern Bayliss
Charles Brewer ... Off. Lathrop

Lou Wagner ... Andy Raynor

Heather Menzies-Urich ... Nora Chatterton (as Heather Menzies)
Don Ross ... Sgt. Robert Parker
Ed Deemer ... Sgt. Bailey
Robert Clarke ... Phillip Geiger
Dee Carroll ... Mrs. Chatterton
George Fenneman ... Main Title Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Stephenson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: Juvenile Division: DR-19

27 February 1969
A woman invites Friday and Gannon to talk to her Woman's Club about battered children. They train the women to be on the lookout for children who might be abused, and how they can help by becoming foster parents.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Elizabeth Knowles ... Marian Devon
Cathleen Cordell ... Mrs. Sadler
Logan Harbough ... Chris Devon (as Logan Harbaugh)

Stacy Harris ... Dr. Manning
Edward Faulkner ... Lawrence Devon
Vinton Hayworth ... Judge Crosson

Len Wayland ... Capt. Morris
Frankie Kabott ... Andy Fulkerson
Ron Pinkard ... Off. John McKee

Season 3, Episode 20: Burglary: DR-31

6 March 1969
Several stores report theft of comic books, posters, and pictures about superheroes. The stores say the thief is in costume.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Tim Donnelly ... Stanley Stover (as Timothy Donnelly)
Robert Brubaker ... Mort Kelly
Mickey Sholdar ... Bob Snow
John Nolan ... Dave Breslin

Stuart Nisbet ... George Gurvey
Vince Williams ... Lt. Murrow

Season 3, Episode 21: Frauds: DR-28

20 February 1969
Friday and Gannon work in the Frauds Department. Disability payments are being sent to deceased persons, and evidence suggests an insider is involved.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Bert Holland ... Harvey Peterson
Florence Lake ... Elvira Norton
Jack Sheldon ... Mr. Levin
Herb Vigran ... Mr. Ferguson
John Gilgreen ... Paul Nichols

Howard Culver ... Mr. Grange
Don Ross ... Frank Silver

Sidney Clute ... Mr. Ferber

Season 3, Episode 22: Vice: DR-30

13 March 1969
Friday and Gannon go undercover at a hotel to find the location of an illegal gambling operation. Soon after spreading the word they're looking for some action they are driven to a late-night game in the Hollywood Hills. After the game the detectives give the location of the residence to their boss and a raid is set for the following night.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Chanin Hale ... Dottie Taylor

G.D. Spradlin ... Tom Arbyrd

Bobby Troup ... Harry Mahan

John Sebastian ... Nate Calvin

Len Wayland ... Captain Nelson
Ira Cook ... 1st Player
John Gilgreen ... 2nd Player

Season 3, Episode 23: Forgery: DR-33

27 March 1969
Friday and Gannon work in the fraud department. Payroll checks are stolen from a studio, as well as driver licenses and credit cards so the checks can be cashed. After they find a suspect, Friday & Gannon realize there is more to the case.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Gary Crosby ... Blake Thompson

Angel Tompkins ... Sarah Phillips
Julie Bennett ... Angela Tigley
Don Ross ... Off. Roy Kiser
Jill Banner ... Sondra Thompson

Clark Howat ... Captain Frankel
Malila Saint Duval ... Lisa Anderson (as Milila Saint Duval)
James Oliver ... Ralph Harmon
Maxine Greene ... Dixie Lester

Season 3, Episode 24: Juvenile: DR-32

27 March 1969
Friday and Gannon have less than two hours to find the dog that bit a little girl five days earlier. Normally, treatment consists of serum injections followed by vaccine inoculations, but in this case the girl is highly allergic to the anti-rabies serum and it could kill her.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Shannon Farnon ... Dorothy Wickersham

Virginia Gregg ... Mrs. Smith
Harry Bartell ... Chief Wayne Johnson
Morris D. Erby ... Dr. Carl Felton

Howard Culver ... Dr. Larry Fields

Stuart Nisbet ... Thaddeus White
Ed Deemer ... Sgt. Fred Norton

Lou Wagner ... Caretaker
Alfred Shelly ... Mike

Season 3, Episode 25: Juvenile: DR-35

3 April 1969
When a four-day-old baby is found barely alive in an apartment trash receptacle, Friday and Gannon search for the person who abandoned the newborn.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Michele Grumet ... Donna Halpern

Virginia Vincent ... Sylvia Crystal

Peggy Webber ... Mrs. Mary Tucker
Jack Sheldon ... Ted Patterson
Mickey Sholdar ... Paul Sutherland

Heather Menzies-Urich ... Lisa Bogart (as Heather Menzies)
Speedy Zapata ... Rudy Herrera

Stacy Harris ... Dr. Robert Corley
Dee Carroll ... Diane Conway
Don Ross ... Don Hale

Season 3, Episode 26: Frauds: DR-36

10 April 1969
When an audit of a department store chain shows a loss of $100k in merchandise, the Credit Manager asks Friday and Gannon to investigate who may have been responsible.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Anthony Eisley ... Fred Wayman
Chanin Hale ... Helen Zimmerman

Bert Holland ... David Williams
Natalie Masters ... Landlady
Chet Stratton ... Henri

Sam Edwards ... Steve Houseman
David Carlile ... Robert Weston (as Dave Carlile)

Season 3, Episode 27: Intelligence: DR-34

17 April 1969
Frank Barker, wants Joe to help him get a firearms license for the Fielder Militia. The LAPD knows that the militia's weapons are stolen from the Army, so they have Joe string Barker along until they can arrest him and grab the weapons.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Stacy Harris ... Frank Baker

Len Wayland ... Jack Courtney

Peter Duryea ... Paul Reed

Clark Howat ... Captain Brooks

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Personnel: The Shooting

18 September 1969
Friday and Gannon are working day watch and must go to the hospital when a veteran police officer and his young partner are seriously wounded in a liquor store holdup where they deal with very different reactions of the wives.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Virginia Gregg ... Virginia Miller

Veronica Cartwright ... Melissa Stevens
Harry Bartell ... Dr. Linsley
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

John Sebastian ... Lawrence Shafner
Dennis McCarthy ... Father Thomas
Marc Hannibal ... 1st Officer
Robert Swan ... Off. Frank Miller
Marco López ... Off. Rich Stevens (as Marco Antonio)
Mark Russell ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: Homicide: The Student

25 September 1969
The detectives investigate an especially creepy college freshman suspected of the sniper-rifle deaths of two people, for no apparent reason than the sport of killing.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Virginia Gregg ... Ada Beale
Kevin Coughlin ... Jeff Buckram
Emily Banks ... Ann Tipton

James McEachin ... Jake Mahler

Peggy Webber ... Alice Philbin
Jill Banner ... Nancy Morton
Herb Vigran ... Al Sousa

Clark Howat ... Lt. Bob Helder

Season 4, Episode 3: S.I.U.: The Ring

2 October 1969
An informant known as Black Ten turns Friday and Gannon onto a known burglar who is trying to sell an expensive ring that had been reported as stolen. They enlist the aid of a policewoman just out of the academy to help them undercover.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Anthony Eisley ... Al Baylor
Louise Lorimer ... Eloise Shearing

Stephanie Shayne ... Rita Hanley
Lawrence Levine ... Black Ten (as Larry Levine)
Julie Bennett ... Jan Petrie

Jim B. Smith ... Lt. Danny Bowser (as Jimmie B. Smith)
Marco López ... Paul Limas (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: D.H.Q.: Medical

9 October 1969
Friday and Gannon work the hospital round. They are called to talk to a mentally-challenged man who threatens to blow up a radio station.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Morris D. Erby ... George Brownlea (as Morris Erby)
Cyril Delevanti ... Basil Jennings

Del Moore ... Fred Pick
King Moody ... John Murphy

Olan Soule ... Dr. Mackin (as Olan Soulé)
Grace Albertson ... Miss Bradley
Ed Deemer ... Officer Quinn
Sydney Soule ... Receptionist (as Sydney Soulé)
Marco López ... Officer Sanchez (as Marco Antonio)

Season 4, Episode 5: Burglary: Mister

16 October 1969
A woman reports her husband robbed her grandmother's home, taking everything, even the cane for the blind grandmother. The husband demands respect, saying everyone has to call him Mr Lumis.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
John Hudson ... Daniel Lumis
Amzie Strickland ... Amanda Tucker

Virginia Vincent ... Janice Lumis
Jack Sheldon ... Chester Albertson
Michele Grumet ... Doris Tucker
Alma Platt ... Mrs. Kandell

Season 4, Episode 6: Juvenile: The Little Pusher

23 October 1969
Friday and Gannon work the day watch in the Juvenile Division. Their first call is for a 12-year-old who overdosed on drugs. The detectives search for his seller to get him off the street.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Robert Brubaker ... Lee Daniels

Don Dubbins ... Thomas Shore

James McEachin ... Dr. Collins
Eve McVeagh ... Mrs. Shore
Robert Clarke ... Dr. Pine
Sarah Selby ... Mrs. Rogers
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Sgt. Dominguez (as Rodolfo Hoyos)
Ira Cook ... 2nd Teacher
John Nolan ... David Freeman
Wendy Howard ... Elaine Freeman

Ian Abercrombie ... Newsman (uncredited)
William Corcoran ... Frederick Pine (uncredited)
Kevin Tate ... Timothy Freeman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: Homicide: Cigarette Butt

30 October 1969
Self-defense or murder one? The title object plays a key part in determining which occurred when a man shot his girlfriend's lover during an argument.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Vic Perrin ... Jack Burke

Henry Corden ... Ned Jeffries
Than Wyenn ... Rahmond
Donna Anders ... Frances Burke (as D.J. Anderson)
Don Ross ... Off. Carl Freeman
Alfred Shelly ... Off. Nelson
Charles Brewer ... Off. Ken Phillips
Byron Bradley ... Bob Kelly

Season 4, Episode 8: D.H.Q.: Missing Person

13 November 1969
When a girl mysteriously disappears from school, Friday and Gannon try to find her and they find out that there are more questions than answers. One question is 'was she abducted by a man named Harper'.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Jill Banner ... Shirley Lawson
Joy Ellison ... Barbara Cook

Peggy Webber ... Mrs. Atkins

Howard Culver ... Dr. Harper
Dee Carroll ... Mrs. Lawson

Andrea King ... Faye Wallis

Eve Brent ... Mrs. Cook

Bert Holland ... Mr. Duman
Rhoda Williams ... Miss Fletcher
Don Ross ... Off. Barrett

Season 4, Episode 9: Burglary Auto: Courtroom

20 November 1969
Friday and Gannon are in the courtroom testifying in a case in which the probable cause for them to conduct a search of the suspect's car is in question. The probable cause is to be provided by a witness who is late arriving to court.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Lew Brown ... Bob Simmons

Stacy Harris ... Dan Mungol

Olan Soule ... Judge Burch Donohue (as Olan Soulé)
Maudie Prickett ... Mrs. Gloria Chambers

Dick Whittinghill ... Dr. Jack Patterson
Don Ross ... Don Hale
Morris D. Erby ... First Bailiff (as Morris Erby)
Sonja Dunson ... Court Reporter
Marco López ... Raymond Acosta (Defendant) (uncredited)
Alfred Shelly ... Man administering oath (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 10: Internal Affairs: Parolee

27 November 1969
A man is eligible for parole from a Colorado prison. There's only one problem, there is an outstanding felony warrant on him in LA fourteen years ago. The Colorado authorities will not release him until they are informed on the disposition of the warrant. Friday and Gannon must re-investigate the case to see whether the case is prosecutable.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Alice Backes ... Bertha Johnson

Howard Culver ... George Wentworth
Robert Brubaker ... Richard Burns Sr.
Louise Lorimer ... Alice Sutton

Clark Howat ... Capt. Ron Frankle
Tom Basham ... Richard Burns
John Dennis ... Tony

Season 4, Episode 11: Burglary Auto: Juvenile Genius

4 December 1969
There have been a number of business burglaries the latest of which is a chemical supply firm. If properly combined, chemicals that were taken can be made into explosives such as TNT and gunpowder. One missing chemical will act as a catalyst in the explosives and Friday and Gannon must find the suspects before the thieves realize it.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Bert Holland ... Alexander Middleton
Don Ross ... John Bingham

Howard Culver ... Sam Enquist
Buddy Foster ... James Chambers
Michael Tanner ... Horace Thornton

David Gruner ... Timothy Michaels

Len Wayland ... Capt. Ken Green

Season 4, Episode 12: Bunco: $9,000

11 December 1969
An old Valdvillian finds 9 one thousand dollar bills on the street. He uses one to buy his friends drinks at a dive. The next morning a private detective claims that the money was lost by a big time gambler and pressures him to give it back. he does and discovers that the detective was a con man.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Dave Willock ... Charlie Feeney

Nydia Westman ... Myrtle Perriwinkle

Buddy Lester ... Frank Bevonna
Davis Roberts ... Reverend Martin

Sidney Clute ... Al Roth

Stanley Adams ... Paul Bakeman

Clark Howat ... Capt. Frankle

Season 4, Episode 13: Narco: Missing Hypo

8 January 1970
An addict who is on parole and succeeding with his rehabilitation disappears and his Parole Officer asks the detectives for help in finding him before he gets back on the habit.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Vic Perrin ... Ralph Thursdon

Len Wayland ... Walt Aldrich

Marshall Reed ... Fred Deemer

Virginia Vincent ... Shirley Aldrich

James McEachin ... Off. Tim Miles
Mickey Sholdar ... Peter Randolph
Kelly Sebring ... Nancy Harris (as Kelley Sebring)
Don Ross ... Don Jones

Season 4, Episode 14: Burglary: Helpful Woman

22 January 1970
The police ask the press to publicize the M.O. of a woman who burglarizes elderly people in an effort to either catch her or scare her out of Los Angeles. She claims that an employment agency sent her out and when told that they never asked for help, she gains their confidence by doing things for them and steals valuables while doing it.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Nydia Westman ... Martha Anderson
Julie Bennett ... Evelyn Gentry

Ralph Moody ... Chester Anderson

Ann Morgan Guilbert ... Bessie McDermott

Dick Whittinghill ... Himself

Art Balinger ... Capt. Ken Green
Ed Deemer ... Sgt. Bert Crew
Don Ross ... Carl Freeman
Lillian Powell ... Edna Kissinger
Dorothy Morris ... Betty Matthews

Season 4, Episode 15: Homicide: Who Killed Who?

29 January 1970
A horrifying mass murder at a rooming house leaves no discernible suspects, unless a witness who fled the scene can be found. Meanwhile, still another corpse shows up in an upstairs bedroom.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Jim B. Smith ... Captain Brown
Herb Vigran ... Paul Woods

Marshall Reed ... Sgt. Hughes
Don Ross ... Sgt. Doherty

Chuck Bowman ... Jerry
Dennis McCarthy ... Phil
Ed Deemer ... Off. Bob Arnold
Alfred Shelly ... Carl Freeman
Byron Bradley ... Off. Jim Smith
Marco López ... Pedro Martinez (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 16: Burglary: The Son

5 February 1970
The detectives try to solve a series of residential burglaries. One victim reported that a jewelry case was taken containing $320. A stolen double-barrel shotgun was found at a pawn shop giving the detectives their first clue as to who may have burglarized one home.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon
Robert Brubaker ... Howard Haven
Dorothy Morris ... Dorothy Haven
John Gilgreen ... Albert Maddox
Robert Heinz ... Ross Haven

Howard Culver ... Pawnbroker
Lew Brown ... Sgt. John Odom
Luana Patten ... Cheryl Randall
Fred Holliday ... Pete Stedman
Don Ross ... Don Wallace

Sam Edwards ... Henry Lipsome
Fredricka Meyers ... Girl (as Fredricka Myers)

Season 4, Episode 17: A.I.D.: The Weekend

12 February 1970
It's Friday evening, Bill's wife is out of town and Joe has agreed to spend the weekend with him for some R & R, starting with a little pinochle with two neighbors. The next day the partners plan to "sleep in, watch the ball game on the tube, and have a dinner fit for kings. We're gonna live like sultans for two days, without harems, of course." What could go wrong with this plan?

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Judith McConnell ... Betsy Nichols (as Judy McConnell)
Jack Sheldon ... Robert Bass
Herbert Ellis ... Dan Patrick (as Herb Ellis)
Rhoda Williams ... Rhoda Bass
Marco López ... Bunco Detective (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 18: Narco: Pill Maker

19 February 1970
When a man is arrested for possession of illegal pills, he provides information that may help him at trial. The information leads Friday and Gannon to a home used as a pill making factory and the detectives must try to locate the man running the factory.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Sam Edwards ... Fred Watkins

Stacy Harris ... Michael Cooper Smith
Maudie Prickett ... Mrs. Thelma Benstead
Lew Brown ... Lt. Bob Kennedy

Felton Perry ... Howie Frazer
Don Ross ... Tom Evans

Season 4, Episode 19: Burglary: The Dognappers

26 February 1970
Brought to their attention by a member of the Department of Animal Regulation, and with an okay from the Captain, Friday and Gannon investigate a rash of reports of lost dogs from a shopping center. Since only one lost dog had been previously reported from the same area, Friday and Gannon suspect criminal activity.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Bert Holland ... Myron Bently

Art Gilmore ... Capt. Ken Green

Luana Anders ... Eula Van Meter
Tim Donnelly ... Harry Jennings
James Minotto ... Carl Barth
Don Ross ... Charlie King

Season 4, Episode 20: Missing Persons: The Body

5 March 1970
A woman's body is found with no identification on it. Friday and Gannon must try to identify her and their only clue is an unique ring she had on.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Anthony Eisley ... Thomas Dutcher

Virginia Gregg ... Mrs. Campbell
Ben Wright ... Paul Overbeck
Luana Patten ... Ruth Dutcher

Olan Soule ... Ned Harris (as Olan Soulé)
John Nolan ... Walt Wright

Howard Culver ... Matt Levecque
Don Ross ... Sgt. Wayne Wolfer

Season 4, Episode 21: Forgery: The Ranger

12 March 1970
A forest ranger is brought in when checks and credit cards bearing other names than his own are found in his possession after he is stopped for a traffic violation. Even though he seems to be knowledgeable on the subject of forestry, his answers about the cards and checks lead Friday and Gannon to suspect he is a thief just posing as a ranger.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Stacy Harris ... Clifford Ray Owens alias Barney Regal

Judith McConnell ... Karen Fields (as Judy McConnel)

Season 4, Episode 22: D.H.Q.: Night School

19 March 1970
Friday arrests a fellow student after their night school class and incurs the wrath of Professor Grant, who expels him after a vote of the other students at their next meeting. Friday demands a chance to plead his case to the students before a second vote is taken. Grant says he must garner 2/3 of the votes to be reinstated.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Leonard Stone ... Prof. Grant
Harry Bartell ... Carl
J.C. Curtiss ... Jerry Morgan

Shannon Farnon ... Barbara

Sidney Clute ... Norm Cavanaugh
Robert Clarke ... Bob
Tim Donnelly ... Jack
Marion Charles ... Kelly
Marco López ... Student (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 23: I.A.D.: The Receipt

26 March 1970
Friday and Gannon are assigned to investigate Norm Bivins and Earl Malone, veteran homicide investigators accused of stealing $800 from a dead man. Agnes Emerson, who handled the man's business affairs, claims she gave Bivins and Malone his personal property, including $1000. They say the amount received was $200. Unfortunately, neither side can produce a receipt.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Virginia Gregg ... Agnes Emerson

Marshall Reed ... Sgt. Norman Bivins

Len Wayland ... Off. Earl Malone

Art Balinger ... Captain McTighe
Don Ross ... Lt. Cal Beeson
Marco López ... Garage Attendant (as Marco Antonio)

Season 4, Episode 24: Robbery: The Harassing Wife

2 April 1970
As Friday and Gannon investigate a series of robberies, a vindictive woman, Jean Sawyer, makes a pest of herself by calling headquarters repeatedly to accuse her husband of the thefts. The detectives investigate John Sawyer and find no evidence against him, but the man responsible for three of the robberies is found and arrested.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Peggy Webber ... Jean Sawyer
Herbert Ellis ... John Sawyer (as Herb Ellis)
Julie Bennett ... Susan Fowler
Don Ross ... Carl Freeman

Art Gilmore ... Capt. Hugh Brown

Sidney Clute ... Sam Golden

James McEachin ... 2nd Officer
Marco López ... 1st Officer (as Marco Antonio)

Season 4, Episode 25: Burglary: Baseball

9 April 1970
The detectives work in the Burglary Division. They are called to a company where a safe has been opened and the contents stolen.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

G.D. Spradlin ... Arthur Leo Tyson
Jill Donohue ... Claire Reavis

Virginia Gregg ... Mrs. Mascall
Jack Sheldon ... Darryl Walton
William Boyett ... Ed Lovold

Stuart Nisbet ... Fred Hinckle
Chuck Daniel ... Charles Edwards

Season 4, Episode 26: D.H.Q.: The Victims

16 April 1970
In this final episode, Friday and Gannon talk to a new policeman about the importance of police officers and detectives working together, and understanding the victims and criminals.

Jack Webb ... Sergeant Joe Friday

Harry Morgan ... Officer Bill Gannon

Howard Culver ... Tim Walker
Virginia Capers ... Mrs. Florence Bell
David Bond ... Willard Wilbanks

Ralph Moody ... Ernie Barns
Herb Vigran ... Erv Fowler
Ed Deemer ... Attendant
Charles Brewer ... Off. Rick Myler (as Charles R. Brewer)
Michael Bow ... Carl Brooks

Art Balinger ... Lt. Joseph Lovretovich
Chuck Daniel ... Off. Mark Jones
William Boyett ... Off. Art Green

Chuck Bowman ... Off. Jim Mills
Marco López ... Uniformed Officer (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Priest (uncredited)

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