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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
Year: 1968 | 1969 | 1970 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974 | 1975


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Log 1: The Impossible Mission

21 September 1968
Malloy plans to resign at the end of shift due to the death of his previous partner but is assigned a rookie partner Reed. Malloy decides the green Reed is worthy of Malloy's effort to train him leading Malloy to stay on the job.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Art Gilmore ... Lt. Val Wangsgard

Ann Morgan Guilbert ... Ruth Elkins
Ena Hartman ... Mrs. Fred Warner
Julian Burton ... Mac Jeffries
John Nolan ... Harold Mason
Gene Boland ... Fred Warner
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Howard Culver ... George Morrison
Don Stewart ... Officer One
Ed Deemer ... Officer Bill James
Rick Warick ... Desk Officer
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)
Jerome Sheldon ... First Student (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Log 141: The Color TV Bandit

28 September 1968
Malloy and Reed learn of a serial home burglar stealing color TVs. They stumble upon the suspect's car with unusual results. Also, Reed must come to terms with his anger over a drug using mother that endangered her children to score dope.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Cloris Leachman ... Judy
Ray Ballard ... Fenster
Kenneth Washington ... Miller
Art Gilmore ... Lt. Moore
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Robert Rothwell ... Russo
Lew Brown ... Charlie
Natalie Masters ... Mrs. Warner
James Driskill ... Ambulance Attendant (as Jim Driskill)
Stephen Shea ... Small Boy (as Steven Shea)
Melody Patterson ... Valerie
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Log 11: It's Just a Little Dent, Isn't It?

5 October 1968
Reed dents the fender of the patrol car while putting gas in it and frets the entire shift about the impact of it on his career. Meanwhile they deal with a man who wants revenge against a woman who testified against his son.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Vincent Beck ... Joe Claver
Joan Shawlee ... Mrs. Lorena Getz
Gene Dynarski ... Ed Johnson
Art Gilmore ... Lt. Moore
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Kenneth Washington ... Off. Russo
Jack Collins ... Mr. Purdy
Joel Davison ... Harold
Barbara Baldavin ... Mother

Debi Storm ... Louise
Michael-James Wixted ... Bernard
Jackie Kendall ... Woman
Tani Guthrie ... Mrs. Dorothy Freeman (as Tani Phelps)
Tom Curtis ... 1st. Man

Zalman King ... The Man
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Log 131: Reed, the Dicks Have Their Jobs, and We Have Ours

12 October 1968
Malloy is still in the process of training the rookie Reed. Before their shift the officers trade comments with two detectives. Reed inquires whether Malloy has considered moving from patrol to the detective squad. They receive a missing child call from a frantic mother but quickly find the boy under the house with a cat and her new litter. TJ, a recovering addict flags the officers down and tells them about a scuffle he heard at the hotel where he stays. They find a man stabbed and dead. Malloy teaches Reed the proper procedures to preserve the scene and calls the detectives who take over. Reed is hot to help but Malloy explains they their job is on patrol. An illegal parking call requires the officers to explain the proper signage required again. A domestic dispute tests their patience. Malloy spots a hot car resulting in a pursuit and arrest of two men with drugs. The excitement has Reed forgetting his angst over the murder investigation. They learn a relative sobered up and copped to the murder on his own.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Jack Hogan ... Sgt. Jerry Miller

Bob Hastings ... Beuhler

Robert Donner ... Teejay
William Bramley ... Cullen
Dorothy Rice ... Mrs. Bussey
Eunice Christopher ... Reba
Tom Basham ... Print Man
Tony Gardner ... Detective Dave Hudson
Joseph Mell ... Manager
James Driskill ... Attendant (as Jim Driskill)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Log 91: You're Not the First Guy's Had the Problem

19 October 1968
Reed's ability to focus on his job is put to the test when his close friend and fellow academy partner is critically wounded during a robbery.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Ken Swofford ... Floyd Delman
Craig Curtis ... Frank Spohr
Harry Swoger ... Pool Hall Manager
Kenneth Washington ... Off. Russo
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Richard Van Vleet ... Off. Bill Stenzler
William Stevens ... Off. Jerry Walters
Quintin Sondergaard ... Lt. Moore (as Quent Sondergaard)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Log 161: And You Want Me to Get Married?

26 October 1968
After an evening at Jim's with his wife, Pete's girlfriend Donna is making marriage comments that has Pete running for cover. Mixed in with their calls is a domestic noise complaint Pete uses to support his bachelorhood.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Paul Carr ... Benjamin Whitley
Anne Whitfield ... Vera Whitley
Don Hanmer ... Marty Branar
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Eve Brent ... Mrs. Hedley
Byron Foulger ... Driver
Gary Marsh ... Larry Hunt
Jimmy Mathers ... Jimmy D'Angelo (as Jim Mathers)
Bob Jellison ... Turner

George Fisher ... Man
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Log 71: I Feel Like a Fool, Malloy

2 November 1968
It is a shift of conflicts forcing the officer to use their wits to keep control and make the right decisions end on a low note.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Ned Glass ... Bookie
Charles Dierkop ... Janney
Dennis Turner ... Crane (as Dennis G. Turner)
Alice Frost ... Mrs. Stockton
Judith Brown ... Sharon (as Judy Brown)
Jerome Sheldon ... 1st Kid

James McEachin ... Patrolman
Richard Crane ... Sergeant
Steve Mitchell ... Liquor Store Owner

Catlin Adams ... Karen (as Nira Barab)
James Reader ... 3rd Kid
Anthony Aiello ... 2nd Kid
Marlene Tracy ... Waitress
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Log 72: El Presidente

9 November 1968
Malloy teases Reed about calculating the cost of a new house while their first baby is still 6 months away. In the meantime they settle a domestic dispute between arguing neighbors, help a taxi driver that was just robbed, and a local man mistaken as the President by a group of rural Mexicans. Finally, they must arrest a psychotic shooter holed up in his house.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Stafford Repp ... Mr. Walker

James Sikking ... Tex (as James B. Sikking)
James McCallion ... Cab Driver
Eve McVeagh ... Thelma Walker
Del Moore ... Ted Wilson
Amzie Strickland ... Agatha Zephyr
Robert Rothwell ... Off. Russo
Kenneth Washington ... Off. Miller
William Stevens ... Off. Jerry Walters
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Stuart Lee ... Billy
Michael F. Blake ... Randy (as Michael Blake)
Speedy Zapata ... Pepe Hernandez
Alex Val ... 1st Mexican Boy
Garth Brown ... 2nd Mexican Boy
Manuel Sandoval ... 3rd Mexican Boy
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Log 101: The Stolen Lawn

16 November 1968
Reed wants an early dinner when his wife puts him on a low-cal diet. However, one after another event prevents them from going code 7 all night long. Events include the theft of a man's sod, stolen credit cards, and a suspected car theft.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Bruce Watson ... Carl Robinson
Harry Hickox ... Mr. Jenkins
Margaret Field ... Mrs. Milne
Steve Cory ... James Talbot
Floyd Mutrux ... Douglas Milne
William Stevens ... Off. Jerry Walters
Kenneth Washington ... 1st Officer
Robert Rothwell ... 2nd Officer
L.E. Young ... Mr. Conrad
Joan Swift ... Mrs. Mollinson
Rory Stevens ... Percy Waterman
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Daniel Keough ... Neighbor (uncredited)
Marco López ... Officer in Police Station (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Log 132: Producer

30 November 1968
Reed tries to pawn off his new litter of puppies to co-workers, strangers, even victims. The officers work a silent alarm, rescue a boy with his head stuck in a fence, and track down a prowler.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Karen Black ... Susan Decker

James McEachin ... Officer Wood
Donna Mantoan ... Waitress
Lee J. Lambert ... Brian Taggart (as Lee Jay Lambert)
Dianne Curtis ... Girl Suspect (as Dianna Curtis)
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Richard Steele ... Tommy Martin

Craig Huxley ... Boy (as Christopher Hundley)
William Stevens ... Off. Jerry Walters
Kenneth Washington ... Officer Miller

Lee Stanley ... Officer Brinkman
Claude Johnson ... Officer Johnson
Foster Brooks ... Man
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Log 111: The Boa Constrictor

7 December 1968
Reed is on a high due a to meeting he and other probationers had with the Chief of Police. A ditsy young woman reports her 1958 Ford convertible stolen while she went in a liquor store. She left the keys in the car, has no paperwork, doesn't know the license number or other details but she needs it by 6:00 pm for a date! She finally tells the officers her pet 8 foot boa constrictor is in the trunk as she was coming from the vet. Every squad car is suddenly very careful with all 1958 white convertibles. They spot a fire in a house and rescue two drug users passed out in the fire. A stopped car turns out not to be the stolen car. They break up a dispute between two women when Reed tells them to stop the water fight or their pictures will be taken as they look when booked. They pull over a white car and the driver doesn't have the proper paperwork. He doesn't want them to search the trunk but Malloy does and finds marijuana. Another squad car reports finding Arthur when the thieves encounter the snake in a dark garage and scream for help.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Luana Anders ... Jane Tipton
Dan Ferrone ... Horace Fenster
Eldon Quick ... Cliff Rankin
Nina Shipman ... Marjorie Fenster
William Stevens ... Off. Jerry Walters
William Cort ... Peter Barth (as Bill Cort)
Claude Johnson ... Officer Brinkman
Kenneth Washington ... Officer Miller
Robert Rothwell ... Officer Russo
James Driskill ... Ambulance Attendant (as Jim Driskill)
Wayne Storm ... Tim Perry
John Rayner ... Milt
Marc Hannibal ... Officer Barrett
Jim Neumarker ... 1st Man
Don Stewart ... 2nd Man
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Log 61: The Runaway

14 December 1968
Walters and Brinkman are on a roll lately and like to brag, much to the irritation of Reed. He and Malloy help them out by finishing one of their calls, then rescue a sick teenage girl and arrest the young man who took her in. Back on patrol, they meet an informant who gives them a tip on a big drug buy scheduled for 11pm. They give the info to Sgt. Miller who asks them to help in the bust. They banter with Walters and Brinkman during meal break then take a prowler call before it's time to set up for the big drug meet at 10pm. The bust is a bust and called off at 12:15am when nobody shows. The next day they find out Walters and Brinkman gave the buyer a traffic ticket at 10:30pm.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
William Stevens ... Off. Jerry Walters

Robert Donner ... Teejay
Cynthia Hull ... Carol Anderson
Foster Brooks ... Citizen
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Philip Chapin ... Ray Evans
Claude Johnson ... Officer Brinkman
Jimmy Mathers ... Rick
Michael-James Wixted ... Gary
Dorothy Neumann ... Mrs. Ross
Donna Mantoan ... Waitress
Jack Hogan ... Sgt. Jerry Miller
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Log 122: Christmas - The Yellow Dump Truck

21 December 1968
On Christmas eve Reed and Malloy make rounds distributing police department donation packages to needy families, and pull many heartstrings.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Dick Foran ... Fred Haines
Mittie Lawrence ... Mrs. Ward (as Mitti Lawrence)
Jack Hogan ... Sgt. Jerry Miller

Bob Hastings ... Charles Beuhler
Dan Ferrone ... Officer Johnson
William Stevens ... Off. Jerry Walters
Eunice Christopher ... Reba Beuhler
Serge Crawford ... Mary Ward
Edward Crawford ... Harvey Ward
Zolya Talma ... Mrs. Hirsch
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald (uncredited)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)
Art Gilmore ... Lt. Moore (uncredited)
Jason Wingreen ... Mr. Kerr (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Log 81: The Long Walk

4 January 1969
After roll call, Reed and Malloy provide backup at a robbery, help a lost man return home, handle a call about a prowler, then respond to a silent alarm. Malloy demonstrates for Reed the importance of "officer presence".

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Richard Hale ... J.H. Saulsberry
Dan Ferrone ... Officer Johnson
Patricia Lee ... Linda
Mittie Lawrence ... Mrs. Devers

Frank Evans ... Leroy
James Oliver ... Suspect
William Stevens ... Off. Jerry Walters
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Art Gilmore ... Lt. Moore
Claude Johnson ... Officer Brinkman
Bert Holland ... Man
Barry Brooks ... Charlie
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Log 32: Jimmy Eisley's Dealing Smack

11 January 1969
Reed volunteers to find entertainment for the department party but he is having poor luck and his options left are poor. They spot TJ, an informant, who tells them about a possible drug house. They spot a woman and girl at the same bus stop an hour apart. When they stop to talk to her, she tries to run. They learn she is from New Mexico looking for her husband but doesn't know how to contact him and has no money. She stole but did not open a box of cookies. The officers take her to the Salvation Army. That night they locate the drug house and call in support. They arrest five people but it takes a detailed search to find the drug stash in a shower drain. Reed successfully asks a well known country singer to perform when they serve him with a subpoena. Reed is a hit with most of the officers.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
William Mims ... Jimmy Eisely
Stacy Harris ... Jim Ralston

Robert Donner ... Teejay (as Robt. Donner)
Jenny Sullivan ... Ellen Harris
William Stevens ... Off. Jerry Walters
Kenneth Washington ... Officer Miller
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Art Gilmore ... Lt. Moore
Robert Rothwell ... Officer Russo

John Perak ... Bob Wills
Ian Carroll ... Cal Bauer

Dianne Travis ... Mary Parks (as Dianne Turley)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Log 62: Grand Theft Horse?

18 January 1969
The officers have to put with a mystery noise in the car while handling grand theft horse, a naive girl, and a robbery suspect who makes fake calls to distract the police

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Tim Matheson ... Leroy Samuel Rutherford
Maura McGiveney ... Joanna Slater
Dan Ferrone ... Officer Johnson
Claude Johnson ... Officer Brinkman
William Stevens ... Off. Jerry Walters
Dick O'Shea ... 1st Ranger
E.A. Sirianni ... Motel Manager
Peter Duryea ... Charles Carter

Jo Ann Harris ... Susan Baker (as Joann Harris)
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Art Gilmore ... Lt. Moore
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: Log 33: It All Happened So Fast

1 February 1969
In a behind-the-scenes look at police investigations into deadly force incidents, Reed endures a night of intensive questioning by the station's lieutenant after he kills a man in self-defense.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Art Gilmore ... Lt. Moore
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Art Balinger ... Inspector

Lee Stanley ... Off. Johnson
Robert Rothwell ... Off. Russo
Dick Delmar ... Off. Brinkman
Larry Anthony ... Det. Bob Calkins
Herb Kayde ... Photographer
Barbara Wesley ... Woman
Alfred Shelly ... 1st Man
Tom Grubbs ... 2nd Man
Frank Arno ... 1st Reporter
Jim Neumarker ... Man with Tape Recorder
Jack Hogan ... Sgt. Jerry Miller
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Log 112: You Blew It

8 February 1969
The shift starts with the officers talking about another officer's judgment. Little do they realize they will be facing the same problem several times during the shift.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
William Dooley ... James Walker
Maudie Prickett ... Genevieve Wilson
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Bara Byrnes ... Annie Russell
Walter Mathews ... Howard

Elvia Allman ... Mrs. Lazwell
Art Gilmore ... Lt. Moore

Phyllis Davis ... Betsy Blake
Lorna Lewis ... Flo
Joseph Mell ... Cal
Joyana Frederics ... Woman
John Lupton ... Ted Larson

Jane Alexander ... Records Clerk (uncredited)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Log 51: A Jumper, Code 2

15 February 1969
The officers have one of those nights where they either have no calls or minor issues they can do nothing about until the end of the shift when Malloy is successful with a dangerous solution to a suicide jumper.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Henry Beckman ... Charles Levering
Katherine Squire ... Mrs. Hess

Hal Smith ... Edward Brown
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Charles Brewer ... Officer Brinkman

Chuck Bowman ... Officer Miller
Robert Williams ... Manager (as Robert B. Williams)
Bert Holland ... Leonard Ross
Lillian Powell ... Thelma Martin
Jon Shank ... Binky Tremaine
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Log 73: I'm Still a Cop

22 February 1969
While Malloy is attending college, radicals learn he is a cop. They reject him stressing him on the job. After helping arrest demonstrators, his new car is vandalized. When a timer is found missing, he locates and disarms a bomb using it.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Anne Helm ... Peg Tompkins

Paul Carr ... Prof. Ray Pinter
Geoffrey Deuel ... Paul Banner
Stacy Harris ... Dr. Edward Lane
Pamela McMyler ... Maria Nunez
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Art Gilmore ... Lt. Moore
John Cliff ... Station Sergeant
John C. Johnson ... Jack Carlton
Jerry Quarry ... Bill Sanders (as Jerry C. Quarry)
Jerome Sheldon ... 1st Student
Chuck Morrow ... 2nd Student
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)
Marco López ... Uniformed Officer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Log 102: We Can't Just Walk Away from It

1 March 1969
They respond to a call about a drug overdose and track the drugs to a 17 year who has barricaded himself in his room with a gun and threatens kill himself. They contend with a distraught mother and an overbearing father.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Scott Brady ... John Harris
Kelly Thordsen ... Mr. Franklin
Mary Gregory ... Mrs. Harris

Maria Grimm ... Annie
Roger Garrett ... Larry Harris
Angus Duncan ... Intern Komarski
Angela Greene ... Sally Gentry
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: Log 152: A Dead Cop Can't Help Anyone

8 March 1969
Malloy tries to shield an impressionable Reed from Officer Ed Wells, a shoot-first ask-questions-later style officer. Wells' reckless philosophy endangers his own safety when he responds to a sniper, forcing them to come to his rescue.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells
Walter Mathews ... George Thurston

Barry Williams ... Johnny Grant
Barbara Baldavin ... Betty Wells
Angela Greene ... Sally Gentry
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Claude Johnson ... Officer Brinkman
Bobby Hall ... Chester Wilbanks
Ted Foulkes ... Bobby Thurston
Marco López ... Officer Sanchez (as Marco Lopez)
Jan Reeves ... Wilma
Dick Hitt ... Suspect
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: Log 12: He Was Trying to Kill Me

15 March 1969
A "child-left-alone" call turns up a horrifying case of child neglect. A 6-year-old girl is left home with her baby brother and both parents are unable to provide for their children.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Hampton Fancher ... Philip Bartell

Dawn Lyn ... Charlie Phelps
Bambi Allen ... Jeanette Phelps
Conny Van Dyke ... Abbie Jenks
James Driskill ... William Phelps (as Jim Driskill)
Lew Brown ... Officer
Ron Pinkard ... Police Photographer
Sydney Soule ... Policewoman Betty Owens (as Sydney Soulé)

Chuck Bowman ... Juvenile Officer Rogers
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: Log 172: Boy, the Things You Do for the Job

22 March 1969
After Malloy gives a gorgeous wealthy blonde a traffic ticket, she stalks him affecting him and the police force. Although uninterested in her, Malloy is forced to "take one" for the job.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Ahna Capri ... Penelope Lang (as Anna Capri)
William Stevens ... Off. Jerry Walters
James Millhollin ... Charlie Kendall
Jerome Thor ... Milton Prendle
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Claude Johnson ... Officer Brinkman
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)
Marco López ... Officer Sanchez (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Officer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: Log 92: Tell Him He Pushed a Little Too Hard

29 March 1969
Malloy and Reed respond to repeated calls about an argument between two men and their wives over a boat they co-own. The feud escalates and ends with a fatal conclusion.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

James T. Callahan ... Miles Wellman (as James Callahan)

Joan Staley ... Agnes Wellman

Dick Sargent ... Sidney Roemer
Christopher West ... Wendy Roemer
Jack Hogan ... Sgt. Jerry Miller
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: Log 22:...So This Little Guy Goes Into a Bar, and...

5 April 1969
Reed hears a joke from Ed Wells before roll call, then spends the shift retelling it to Malloy. The partners solve a mystery for a little old lady. Later, Reed needs to break up a noisy party hosted by an old school chum.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells
Nydia Westman ... Alice Hoyt

Harry Dean Stanton ... Henry Fletcher
Joyana Frederics ... Muriel Fletcher (as Joy Ana Frederics)

David Westberg ... Howie Hewlitt
Donna Mantoan ... Lorna
William Stevens ... Off. Jerry Walters
Claude Johnson ... Officer Brinkman
Dick O'Shea ... Man

Tom Williams ... Peters
Penny Gaston ... Jan Hewlitt
Barbara Luddy ... Woman
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Log 15: Exactly 100 Yards

20 September 1969
Malloy and Reed volunteer for the LAPD Olympics to improve relations and invite students to join them but there are problems. There, they meet a youth who is in need of a positive role model due to problems at home between his parents.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Butch Patrick ... Tony Niccola
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Al Checco ... Louie Niccola
Larry McCormick ... Wesley
Stephanie Taylor ... Jennifer
Rick Natoli ... Reuben (as Ric Natoli)
Russell Schulman ... Mike

Jon Walmsley ... Wally
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Log 153: Find Me a Needle

27 September 1969
The "Mulholland Mauler" is the object of a department wide search and several cars are assigned to patrol 'lovers lane' but more than one suspect ends up matching the description. How do they smoke out the Mauler?

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Jonathan Goldsmith ... Nick Gentry (as Jonathan Lippe)
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Roberta Collins ... Sally
Joe Higgins ... Sam
Astrid Warner ... Mary Gallagher
Scutter McKay ... Bill
Wendy Turner ... Diane
Carolyn Devore ... Delores Grove
Jack Hogan ... Sgt. Miller
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Log 52: Good Cop - Handle with Care

4 October 1969
A pair of freelance reporters are determined to do a story on police brutality, and harass Reed and Malloy as their marks. The officers warn the reporters to cease their behavior, but they don't and they end up causing a tragedy.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Carl Reindel ... Mark Gurney
Margarita Cordova ... Mrs. Sanchez
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Art Gilmore ... Lt. Moore
Paul Darby ... Jerry Bowen (as Paul J. Darby)
Ben Frank ... John Henderson
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)
James Eastin ... Ambulance Attendant (uncredited)
Marco López ... Sanchez (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Log 23: Pig Is a Three-Letter Word

11 October 1969
Reed is shaken by a child molester and learns valuable lessons on controlling his emotions. They handle a potential dead body, father-son robbery team and a pair of black men who shoot a pair of store owners and try to create a race riot.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Ellen Corby ... Mrs. Cunningham
Herbert Anderson ... George Barnes
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Robert Munk ... Carl Binger
Tony Fraser ... Johnny Standish
Ralph Manza ... Frank Standish
Linda Frey ... Helen Ryan
Alex Clarke ... Jessie Smith
Stuart Thomas ... Officer Grant
Byron Mabe ... George Bates
Breland Rice ... Officer Benson
Ed Rue ... Vern Bayliss
Noble Nelson ... Young Negro Man
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Log 83: A Different Thing

18 October 1969
An older husband complains about his wife and friend's noisy karate practice. A hit and run traffic accident looks looks like a homicide. The officers use their investigate skills to locate the suspect and arrest him.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Naomi Stevens ... Sarah Shapiro
Pearl Shear ... Sylvia Bronson
Benny Rubin ... Mr. Shapiro
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Paul Smith ... Station Attendant
Gene Rutherford ... Eddie Troy
Robert Patten ... Sgt. King
Ray Ballard ... Mr. Budley
Angela Greene ... Mrs. Worley
Maureen Leeds ... Mrs. Gray

Alvin Hammer ... Mr. Lyden
Art Gilmore ... Lt. Moore
Ray Montgomery ... Sgt. Sullivan
James Eastin ... Ambulance Attendant
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Log 103: A Sound Like Thunder

1 November 1969
Malloy and Reed double date on their day off to a ghost town only to be confronted by a motor cycle gang. It takes their quick police instincts to save the day as Mrs Reed gets too close to delivering the baby.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Barbara Baldavin ... Sally Fisher

Bruce Glover ... Bach
Ralph Moody ... Gus Archer
Arell Blanton ... Billy Catcher

David Hayward ... Georgie
Robert Matson Montgomery ... Lou (as Roger Matson Montgomery)
Don Adkins ... Doctor
Mikki Jamison ... Jean Reed

Season 2, Episode 7: Log 63: Baby

8 November 1969
Reed foolishly comes to work on the same day his wife is admitted to the hospital to give birth. Reed continually attempts to contact his wife but is always foiled by crime, timing or incompetence. Malloy just tries to get through the day.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Foster Brooks ... Harry Sachs
George Dunn ... Danny Bryant

David Huddleston ... Station Attendant
Margaret Mason ... Margaret
Michael Freeman ... Ernie

Jim B. Smith ... A.I. Man (as Jimmie B. Smith)
Michael F. Blake ... Kid (as Michael Blake)
Jody Myler ... Nurse
Chris Erickson ... Suspect
Robert Rothwell ... Policeman
Mikki Jamison ... Jean Reed
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Log 93: Once a Junkie

22 November 1969
Malloy and Reed begin to suspect that their street informant has returned to using and is committing crimes to support his habit after he is hit and found with a wad of cash. He loses his job but a priest still has faith in him.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

John Kerr ... Father Joe

Robert Donner ... Tee Jay
Barney Phillips ... Sgt. Burdick
Lewis Charles ... Hotel Clerk
George Brenlin ... Duke Dukowski

Bob Corso ... Andy
Lillian Lehman ... Nurse
Chuck Courtney ... Driver
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Log 123: Courtroom

29 November 1969
A look at courtroom procedures, wherein a routine arrest on a traffic warrant uncovers a cache of narcotics. However, the suspect bases his defense that Reed was guilty of improper search and seizure.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Roger Perry ... Richard Combest
Phillip Pine ... Dudley Gray
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
William Traylor ... James Brown
Claude Johnson ... Officer Brinkman
Billy Halop ... Judge George Perkins
Booth Colman ... Judge Robert Ricks
Skip Young ... Deputy D.A.

Bruce Kirby ... Mike Fendel
David M. Frank ... Mewborn (as David Frank)
Walter Kightly ... Officer Jones
Fletcher Allen ... Bailiff
Rick Warick ... Court Clerk

Season 2, Episode 10: Log 143: Cave

13 December 1969
Malloy and Reed investigate a complicated landlord/tenant dispute that leads them to a report of a series of seemingly random thefts of odd items in a neighborhood which has an interesting cause involving a young boy.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Alice Frost ... Efiginia Grimes

Mitch Vogel ... Jimmy White
George Brenlin ... Duke Dukowski

Bing Russell ... Johnson (as Neil Russell)
Myron Healey ... Jay Finlay
Diane Holden ... Angie Vanders
Morgan Jones ... Mr. White
Jean Howell ... Amy Finlay

Sam Edwards ... Elvin Brady
Kathleen O'Malley ... Ida Brady
Natalie Masters ... Woman
Stuart Lee ... Artie Finlay
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Log 142: As High as You Are

20 December 1969
Malloy and Reed encounter a lion in an apartment building and investigate a break-in at a medical supply warehouse. Malloy fends off cop haters and maintains the peace.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Jerry Ayres ... Herbert
Frank Campanella ... Ben Owen

Art Metrano ... Will Davis

Fran Ryan ... Mrs. Killian
Barbara Davis ... Mrs. Langborne
Tony Colti ... 1st Driver
Michael Bow ... 2nd Driver
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Log 43: Hostage

3 January 1970
Two armed convicts holding up a diner shoot Malloy who entered innocently, and hold him and other civilians hostage.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Ken Lynch ... Bernie Ryan

Joe Turkel ... Vince Warren (as Joseph Turkel)
George Brenlin ... Duke Dukowski
Diane Holden ... Angie Vanders
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Lew Brown ... Sgt. Gus Baron
William Fawcett ... Stony
Craig Chudy ... Policeman
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Log 34: Astro Division

10 January 1970
LAPD incorporates a helicopter unit into their patrols which helps Malloy and Reed track down armed criminals.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells

Kenneth Tobey ... Lt. King
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Byron Keith ... Sgt. Bing
John Hubbard ... Dr. Vince Packard
Tommy Lee ... Lin
Vance Skarstedt ... Officer Grant
Frank J. Scannell ... Harry (as Frank Scannell)
Ronnie Rondell Jr. ... Jim (as Ronnie R. Rondell)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Log 14: SWAT

24 January 1970
A rooftop sniper endangers the lives of people in a neighborhood, resulting in Malloy and Reed calling in the SWAT unit to secure the scene.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Adam Wade ... Ron Thompson
Thomas Bellin ... John Kursko
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Lew Brown ... Sgt. Gus Baron
Gary Dubin ... Boy
Alma Platt ... Katy Anderson
Morgan Jones ... Press Man
Michael Stearns ... Lawson
George Barrows ... Mr. Bunch (as George D. Barrows)
James Eastin ... Michaels
Alfred Shelly ... Off. Park
Dick Geary ... Benson (as Richard Geary)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Log 64: Bottom of the Bottle

31 January 1970
An alcoholic woman gets into a public fight with her estranged husband and her new boyfriend tries to kill her. In between, Malloy and Reed assists 2 "good samaritans" with a young woman who slashed her wrists.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Norma Crane ... Mae Pilaf

J. Pat O'Malley ... Louie
Christopher Dark ... Christopher Pilaf
Rafael Campos ... Mike Cuaron
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Charles Seel ... Manager
Raoul De Leon ... Mr. Hermosa
John Dennis ... Bartender
Larry J. Blake ... Booking Officer
Michael Stearns ... Monk
James Victor ... Eddie Alvarado
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Log 54: Impersonation

7 February 1970
A police detective is suspected of bilking a fight promoter out of $350. Is he guilty, or is it another criminal engaging in a slick new crime called identity theft?

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Virginia Gregg ... Mrs. Dunkit

James McEachin ... Freddy Rivers

Woodrow Parfrey ... Harv
John Harmon ... Pawnbroker
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Morris D. Erby ... Two Bits (as Morris Erby)
Dorothy Neumann ... Mary Burnside
John Hudson ... Det. Hal Forest
Art Gilmore ... Lt. Moore
William Hudson ... Mr. Wall
Robert Patten ... Det. Fremont
Thom Carney ... Garage Man
William Victor Scott ... Fighter
Cliff McDonald ... Young Man
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Log 24: A Rare Occasion

14 February 1970
Malloy and Reed deal with a purse snatcher focused on being jailed in time for dinner, a young boy on drugs with his dealer out to kill him, while enduring worry and concern over two policemen friends hospitalized in critical care.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Carla Borelli ... Ruth Bannister

David Cassidy ... Tim Richmond
Ross Elliott ... Mr. Richmond (as Ross Elliot)
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Dan Scott ... Skat
Cathleen Cordell ... Mrs. Richmond

Raymond Mayo ... Frankie
Mikki Jamison ... Jean Reed
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)
Marco López ... Officer Sanchez (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: Log 124: Airport

28 February 1970
Malloy and Reed respond to a drunk in a stolen plane, look for a 17 year old runaway, receive a call for a 2-11 in progress where they catch two armed robbers, and track down a stolen 3-ton safe containing $10k booby-trapped by the owner.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Myron Healey ... Walt Cook
Ronne Troup ... Diane Michelle
Harry Lauter ... Mike
Ralph Manza ... Market Proprietor
Craig Curtis ... Gerald Rogers
Tony Colti ... Robber's Partner (as Anthony Colti)
John Sebastian ... Robber
Michael Ross ... Del Hoenig (as Mike Ross)
Craig Chudy ... Bill
Cliff McDonald ... 1st Policeman
Sammy Vaughn ... Pilot

Raymond Mayo ... Suspect
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: Log 94: Vengeance

7 March 1970
Malloy and Reed contend with an ambush aimed at them, search for a missing boy, track down a car thief who is being crushed by his loot, and deal with a recent parolee who has sworn revenge on Malloy.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Timothy Brown ... Carl Owens

James McEachin ... Freddy Rivers
Luana Patten ... Adeline
Walker Edmiston ... Tex
Jack Griffin ... Manager
Robert Patten ... Sgt. Stone
Steve Mitchell ... John Sims
Natalie Masters ... Woman
Jeff Davis ... Man
Chet Stratton ... Coroner's Asst.
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Log 104: The Bomb

14 March 1970
Malloy and Reed respond to a theft from a company that cannot disclose what was stolen because it is classified. Another call to the mysterious company reveals a bomb resulting in an appearance of a two man bomb squad.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Frank Maxwell ... Phil Watters
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Bing Russell ... Sgt. Bell (as Neil Russell)
Lewis Charles ... Herring
Barry Cahill ... Ed Bowler
Lillian Bronson ... Miss Baker
Guy Wilkerson ... C.J. Blanch
Roy Engel ... Elmo Constant
Robert Knapp ... Sgt. Casey
Monty Margetts ... Woman
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: Log 74: Light Duty

21 March 1970
Malloy and Reed are on front desk duty because Malloy has a busted hand. A rally at a college gets rowdy requiring Reed to assist, leaving Malloy at the desk worrying about Reed. Malloy's shift isn't all quiet as he captures two criminals.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Beth Brickell ... Officer Doris Mills
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Robert Clarke ... Ed Ligh
Louise Lorimer ... Mrs. Higgins

Rand Brooks ... Mr. Edwards
X Brands ... Off. Sanchez
Larry J. Blake ... Off. Williams
Scott McCartor ... Ed Ligh, Jr. (as Scott G. McCartor)
John Nolan ... Bill Bradley
Walter Kightly ... Off. Grant
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: Log 114: The Hero

28 March 1970
Malloy and Reed respond to a fire where a young man saves a man trapped inside. A concerned landlord reports suspicious in-activity from a tenant with heart trouble where Malloy and Reed arrive in time to give him CPR and save his life.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

A Martinez ... Lauro Perez
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Richard Angarola ... Lt. Chavez
Harry Lauter ... Sgt. Poster
Natividad Vacío ... Mr. Perez

Ann Doran ... Mrs. Kerry
Jack Perkins ... Drunk
Mina Vasquez ... Rita
George Ostos ... Danny Perez
John Steadman ... Old Watchman
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: Log 134: Child Stealer

4 April 1970
Once the officers get an aggressive dog out of the car, they investigate the kidnapping of a child, contend with an elderly miser paying a bill with trading stamps, capture an escapee on a bus, and rescue a delivery man from two hijackers.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Gloria Manon ... Mrs. Bannister

Burt Mustin ... Mr. Ward

Woodrow Parfrey ... John Marshall
Ron Foster ... Truck Driver
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Charles Seel ... Old Man

Squire Fridell ... Floyd Bannister

Rand Brooks ... Bus Driver
Richard Steele ... Stanley
Quintin Sondergaard ... Tom Oaks (as Quent Sondergaard)
Tony Giorgio ... 1st Hijacker

Raymond Mayo ... 2nd Hijacker
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: Log 144: Bank Robbery

11 April 1970
Malloy and Reed take a domestic abuse call where they become the abused. They become suspicious of a man whose apartment has been robbed, help a man who found stolen parts of his VW on another car, and end the day catching bank robbers.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Jed Allan ... Charles Jensen

Mike Mazurki ... Claude Terry
Alan Vint ... Ken Tucker
Dorothy Keller ... Mrs. Terry
Thomas A. Geas ... John Lewis (as Thomas Geas)
Robert Patten ... Sgt. Baron
Howard Culver ... Doctor
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: Log 44: Attempted Bribery

18 April 1970
Malloy and Reed prove they cannot and will not be bribed, no matter how good the offer, resulting in desperation from a young man charged with his third drunk driving offense. An elderly man admits mercy killing his wife.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
John Lasell ... Tom Stark
Del Moore ... Mr. Erickson
Russ Conway ... Edwards
Peter Brocco ... John Thomas
George Brenlin ... Duke Dukowski
Art Gilmore ... Lt. Moore

David Westberg ... Bill Erickson
Cliff McDonald ... 1st Attendant
Ralph Montgomery ... Man
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: Log 173: Shoplift

9 May 1970
Malloy and Reed track down a kooky female shoplifter involved in a cult-type relationship with a ego-maniacal spiritualist weirdo. Malloy gets help tracking her down from an old girlfriend.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Liam Sullivan ... Merodach
Richard Eastham ... Mr. Courtnay
Nina Shipman ... Jane Hayes

Catlin Adams ... M'Liss Courtnay (as Nira Barab)
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Jo De Winter ... Mrs. Courtnay (as Jo de Winter)
Harry Geldard ... Mr. Bernard
Mina Martinez ... Maid
Leona Early ... Secretary
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Log 174: Loan Sharks

19 September 1970
Malloy and Reed blaze through a new opening credits sequence. They investigate the beatings of several people in a factory parking lot only to reveal a gambling/loan shark operation with the heavies working over those behind on their loan payments. One lone schoolboy stands up to the organization and commits himself to help the police and testify in court. Along their way they arrest an armed robber of a liquor store who out of guilt could only take $2 from the attendant, and was subsequently robbed himself.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Arthur Hunnicutt ... Slim Draper
Tim Rooney ... Jim Russell
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Kenneth Tobey ... Sgt. Bert Strong
Marshall Reed ... John Russell
Eve McVeagh ... Marge Jenkins
Dean Cromer ... Charlie Barnes (as Mike Kopcha)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Log 35: Easy, Bare Rider

26 September 1970
Malloy and Reed investigate the mysterious source behind a boy's suspicious spending spree, wield a blanket instead of gun during a disrobed driver's DUI arrest, and bust up a car parts theft ring doing business in a park after dark.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Sidney Miller ... J. Simmons (as Sid Miller)
Dave Willock ... George Edwards
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Kerry MacLane ... Bobby Loomis

Michael DeLano ... Louis Fox
Mark Sexton ... Vic Deeder (as Marc Seaton)
John Nolan ... Bill Traynor
Lawrence Levine ... Lloyd Gunston (as Larry Levine)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Log 95: Purse Snatcher

3 October 1970
Malloy and Reed assist Officer Brinkman in tracking down a serial purse-snatching gang led by a teen named Benji. Brinkman goes undercover in drag while Malloy, Reed, and Sgt. MacDonald monitor from unmarked cars. Once the gang is apprehended, Malloy takes on Benji's inattentive father who can't seem to get it through his thick skull that purse snatching is a serious crime. Returning from their two days off, they respond to a 2-11 in progress where they find the store owner hit by a bullet and Benji, who was released after only one day, wielding a gun. Armed and desperate, Benji holes up in an alley where Malloy, Reed and Benji's father try to talk him out. An emotional discussion between Benji and Dad reveal the heart of the troubled youth. Dad tries to disarm Benji, with shattering results.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Gary Morgan ... Benjie Tremain
Myron Healey ... Carl Tremain
Ben Cooper ... Officer Brinkman
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Alan Baxter ... Brian Michaels
Joel Kimmel ... Artie
Randy Gaynes ... Paul
David Tyrone ... A.I. Officer
Tom Pace ... Clerk
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Log 45: Bright Boy

10 October 1970
Malloy and Reed have a monotonous day interrupted by two rambunctious female felonious joyriders, an exceptionally bright young boy with a photographic memory named Harold that clues them into a home burglary ring disguised as movers, respond to two paint-sniffing country bumpkins shooting rifles at a suspended box of dynamite, and check out a beauty school client who lodges a potentially explosive complaint. While at the station, Malloy and Reed decide to check in on Harold to discover he doesn't see the burglar's mugshot in the books. When they give Harold a ride home, Harold spots the burglar. Malloy and Reed make a successful, albeit bullet riddled, arrest and solve the crime while proving Harold's brilliance to the police department's doubting detectives.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Bruce Gordon ... Sgt. Sam Poster
Robin Raymond ... Marnie Prout
Erin O'Brien-Moore ... Brenda Marshall
Lee J. Lambert ... Yoder
Ellen Tucker ... Marian

Rand Brooks ... Walter Marshall
Kenneth O'Brien ... Tottle
Tom Stebing ... Bernard
Patricia Winters ... Lorean Harper

Stephen R. Hudis ... Harold Ruskin (as Stephen Hudis)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: Log 69: Cigarettes, Cars, and Wild, Wild Women

17 October 1970
Reed and Malloy work to break up an auto theft ring, where pretty mini-skirted women bait young motorists into giving them a ride, steal their cars and take them to a local chop-shop for disassembly (to sell the parts on the black market).

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Tony Dow ... Cpl. Wayne Miller
Cynthia Hull ... Sally

Hope Summers ... Clara Fisher
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
John Morgan Evans ... Joey-Boy Fisher
Robert Heinz ... Arthur Becker
Helen Spring ... Prudence Armstrong
Ted Gehring ... Conrad Short
Bee Tompkins ... Ginny Johnson
Kirk Nyby ... Mel Haskell
John Mitchum ... Tom Horton
Frank J. Scannell ... Bert White
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Log 55: Missing Child

31 October 1970
Malloy and Reed rescue a cat and birds from an elderly woman's good intentions, a man from being robbed by his nephew, get help investigating a missing girl with a band-aid on her right leg from the little girl who lives down the lane, and respond to a auto robbery turned homicide where Malloy convinces a Hispanic family that the US law will protect them.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Coleen Gray ... Mrs. O'Neill
Lester Matthews ... Gregory Benton
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Carmen Zapata ... Mrs. Encara Flores

Merriana Henriq ... Miss Farrell (as Merriana Henrid)
Ron Castro ... Antonio Flores
Alma Platt ... Patricia Filmore
Nacho Galindo ... Jorge
Chuck Courtney ... Curtis Christie

Jodie Foster ... Mary Bennett
Glenna Sargent ... Janet O'Neill (as Glenna Gayle Sergent)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Log 75: Have a Nice Weekend

7 November 1970
The shift starts with Reed being taken hostage by a woman out of her mind. They are faced with multiple reports of burglaries in a neighborhood and the thieves appear to be young boys. After a couple interviews Malloy picks up on the fact that the victims are all supposed to be playing bridge and it points to one family. Mixed into their day they break up a fight over what music to play in front of a church between the choir director and organist.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Virginia Gregg ... Anne White
Norma Connolly ... Eva Foster

Dorothy Shay ... Mrs. Green
Mona Bruns ... Mrs. Britton

Butch Patrick ... Paul Foster
Ann Morrison ... Ruth Phillips
Howard Morton ... Choirmaster
Sherwood Keith ... Organist
Kelly Corcoran ... Blonde Boy
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Log 105: Elegy for a Pig

21 November 1970
The on the job shooting death of Medal of Valor recipient Officer Tom Porter, Malloy's colleague and close personal friend, is the impetus for Malloy to relay Tom's story, documentary style as the narrator. As Malloy was Tom's friend even before they joined the academy together, he and Reed had the unfortunate task of breaking the news of his death to Tom's wife, Marge, who Tom and Malloy first met when they applied to become police officers, as Marge was the clerk at city hall. His death leaves Marge to raise their two infant children on her own. Tom excelled at most things related to the academy training and later on the job work, but those few things in which he didn't he was harder on himself than anyone else could be. Although Tom and Malloy's naive dream of being partners never materialized, their professional paths crossed often. Malloy has the honor of telling his story, if only the reason to do so was different.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Mark Goddard ... Officer Tom Porter
Rachel Romen ... Marge Porter

Jack Webb ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Log 25: Indians

28 November 1970
Malloy and Reed confront a series of explosions due to a protection racket. They happen upon a shooting as it occurs while hunting the bomber. That is followed with a call to a bar where a fight was reported between Apache Indians but the fight has stopped when they arrive. Later they receive a tip that a fight to the death is about to occur between the Apaches because one of them is seeing the other one's 16 year old sister.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Thomas A. Geas ... Johnny Little Bear (as Tom Geas)
Bill Borsella ... Eddie Blue Heart
Jean-Michel Michenaud ... Frankie (as Gerald Michenaud)
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
John Gallaudet ... Charley
Florence Lake ... Woman
Tim Donnelly ... Deliveryman (as Timothy D. Donnelly)

Billy Sands ... Bartender
Arlene Harris ... Helen Shipley
Roger Creed ... Tshiji
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: Log 135: Arson

5 December 1970
Not only do Malloy and Reed have to deal with a strings of fires with conflicting descriptions of the fire-bug, but they must also handle an escaped mental patient holding a knife to his wife's throat.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Richard Van Vleet ... George Calvelli
Mary Grace Canfield ... Susie Fisher
Dorothy Konrad ... Betty Barlow
Howard Wendell ... Carl Shumley
Charles Wagenheim ... Bill Barlow
Mantan Moreland ... Philip Richards
Lenore Kingston ... Mrs. Collins
Pauline Drake ... Nurse Thompson

Sam Edwards ... Hal Rosten
Betty Anne Rees ... Ann Calvelli
Sally Mills ... Sis

Buck Holland ... Fireman
William Henry ... John Williams (as Bill Henry)
Wink Roberts ... Bob Benjamin
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Log 46: Pilgrimage

19 December 1970
In this Christmas themed show Malloy and Reed confront a man who robbed a bell ringing Santa Claus followed by a pregnant woman caught shop lifting. She tells the store manager and the officers she wanted to be caught so her kids would be taken some place for Christmas since her husband deserted her. The store manager has a change of heart and she is taken to social services for help. They also encounter a Native American couple with a young daughter from New Mexico who are unaccustomed to city life. Later they are found sleeping in the hills and their daughter has walked away requiring a search party.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

J. Pat O'Malley ... Santa Claus

Stanley Adams ... Fred Ludden
Sallie Shockley ... Sandy Quillan
Ivan Naranjo ... Tom Nasheboo
Sandra Ego ... Rosa Nasheboo
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Len Wayland ... Jason Lamb
Foster Brooks ... George Selfridge
Bert Holland ... Vernon Hale
Glenna Sargent ... Alice Bronson (as Glenna Gayle Sergent)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Log 85: Sign of the Twins

26 December 1970
Malloy and Reed start the shift with a call to a liquor store robbery where a fellow officer was shot but the owner of the store appears to be lying. Further investigation pushes the owner to admit one of the thieves was his brother and he was trying to protect him. In the meantime, they have a zoning issue with an elderly lady who does astrology readings out of her apartment followed by the report of a young boy asking a pharmacist questions about Seconal pills he had. When they confront his mother, she is not very cooperative. They end with a shoot-out with the liquor store thieves at a stake-out.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Margaret O'Brien ... Mrs. Pendleton
Stacy Harris ... Carl Kegan
Sheila Bromley ... Mrs. Wade

Paul Picerni ... Officer Boyd
Larry J. Blake ... Officer Quinn
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Howard Culver ... Mr. Craig
Buddy Foster ... Terry Pendleton
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)
Marco López ... Officer Sanchez (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Log 175: The Con Artists

2 January 1971
Malloy and Reed are busying tracking the exploits of the con artist Johnson family making their annual pilgrimage through Los Angles ripping off people. They involve false delivery of wood, bogus roof repair, and finally catching rattlesnakes for a couple of elderly sisters. Mixed in is the capture of a two men trying to burn a plant where one of them had been fired as a security guard for drinking on the job.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Barbara Morrison ... Sybil Merchant
Irene Tedrow ... Emma Bonneau
Jon Lormer ... George Sawyer
Jonathan Hole ... Paul Weber
Jimmy Cross ... Ira Goodrich

Billie Bird ... Winnie Goodrich
Helen Kleeb ... Florence Boneau

Judd Laurance ... Arver Johnson
Mary Angela Shea ... Martha Sorenson (as Mary Angela)
John Cliff ... Security Guard
Larry Barton ... Thomas

Dan White ... Benny (as Daniel M. White)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: Log 115: Gang War

9 January 1971
Patrol starts with a robbery suspect at a gas station and grocery store escaping Reed on foot. The pair are called in to quell a brewing fight between two gangs by a local priest. With backup they succeed in breaking up the rumble before the fight breaks out. A domestic dispute calls leads the pair to the robbery suspect who is sick after eating the food he stole. They are then called a second time to stop the gang fight but are too late to stop it.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Rafael Campos ... Pepe Romero
John Dennis ... Willard Danhart
Allison McKay ... Edna Danhart
Ron Henriquez ... Salvador Cabo
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Joseph Mell ... Bart Silver
Ralph Manza ... Zizi Martino
Trini López ... Father Xavier Rojas
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: Log 26: LEMRAS

16 January 1971
The department introduces the LEMRAS program to help identify major crime problems one of which is hitting Malloy and Reed's area. In addition they hand a grocery store holdup and catch a kidnapper of a young girl.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Don 'Red' Barry ... Edwin M. Kale (as Donald Barry)

Ken Lynch ... Jack Stokes
Thomas Bellin ... Charles Hammond
Pamela Curran ... Mrs. Vandemar
Sally Mills ... Mrs. Tucker
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Barbara Perry ... Wilma Engles
Pam Kenneally ... Wendy Tucker (as Pamela Kenneally)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)
Marco López ... Officer Sanchez (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: Log 155: Internal Affairs - Blackmail

21 January 1971
The show starts with Officer Tony Johnson saving Malloy's life when he is almost gored by a fork lift while they arrest men committing a warehouse robbery. After the shift Johnson turns down Malloy's offer of a steak dinner as he has been told a complaint has been lodged against him for blackmail. Malloy believes him to be innocent and Johnson tells them his version of the story. He needs to find a B girl named Ginger who he says can clear him. Malloy and Reed are called to a bar where they happen to find Ginger and she eagerly tells a story exactly like Johnson's leading Malloy to confront Johnson about the truth. Reed provides a hint via a tip to a waitress at a restaurant where Reed is forced to intervene in a dispute.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Jed Allan ... Officer Tony Johnson
Gloria Manon ... Jackie Washington

Eve Brent ... Ginger
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Iris Adrian ... Waitress

Raymond Mayo ... Dick Madden
Michael Stearns ... Bartender
John Steadman ... Pop
George Sawaya ... Jake Benson
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: Log 66: The Vandals

28 January 1971
The shift starts with the officers pulling over a vehicle for a traffic violation. When Reed spots one of the men pulling a gun, they arrest them after learning the car is stolen. They find the body of a young woman which the men planned to dump in the ocean in the trunk of the car. The girl had stolen the car and the men who escaped from a mental institution killed her for seven dollars and the car. Later the officers are called to a home where a teenage girl's friends accidentally break a small window while toilet papering the house. The girl tells the officers the boys are planning to return but she refuses to name them. The officers roll by the house as the boys are in a fight with the father resulting in him being seriously stabbed.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Robert Clarke ... John Herman (as Robert I. Clark)

Jordan Rhodes ... William Berry
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Sherry Miles ... Vickie Herman

Kasey Rogers ... Mrs. Jones
Robert Patten ... Det. Sgt. Stone
Nick Benedict ... Thomas Moore
Winnie Collins ... Mrs. Sullivan (as Winifred Coffin)
Herb Vigran ... Salesman
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: Log 36: Man Between

4 February 1971
Reed starts the day with filing a report on being conned out of $300.00 by a door to door salesman who modifies a $30.00 check Reed gives him. Officer Ed Wells gives Reed a hard time about being too trusting which is further embellished when Reed buys a day old newspaper from a young boy. On the street they are faced with a fight by two men over a marijuana plant. It is followed by a woman running to a bank for a $1000 ransom for her young baby being held by a mentally unstable and armed man. Finally they are called to a home where a hysterical woman tells them a man in a light colored shirt shot at her. Reed and Wells catch a man fitting the description in the backyard but the man says he is innocent. Reed wants to see if the woman can identify him but Wells takes him to the station under arrest. After the woman calmed down she told Mally the man who shot at her was her drunk husband who shows up again threatening her and Reed. Wells is then faced with a chewing out by Sgt. MacDonald for making the false arrest giving Reed some revenge and smiles.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells
Claude Johnson ... Officer Norm Green
Peggy Webber ... Mary Grant
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Solica ... Lupe Martinez
Bert Santos ... Carlos Martinez
Efrain Ramirez ... Raul Gonzales

Squire Fridell ... Goldstone
Tom Stebing ... Markham

Craig Huxley ... Newsboy (as Chris Hundley)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: Log 165: Once a Cop

11 February 1971
While on beat patrol they come across a homeless man who has been stabbed. They suspect a retired policeman, Jack Donohoe, living in the run down area who always seems to be on the scene at crimes there and take him in for questioning. That is followed by a call about a woman shooting a phone booth at Union Station. She has been bilked out of her money by an agent promising her a career in movies after coming from Missouri and then they find that her suitcase was stolen by a man who switched locker keys on her. The suitcase contains her pet rattlesnake, Henry. Donohoe is released when it is determined someone else is guilty and they drop him off at Union Station with a warning. They are called back to Union Station again to arrest a robbery suspect who fires at them. However, Donohue intervenes in the incident.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Leo Gordon ... Jack Donohoe
Robert Patten ... Det. Sgt. Stone
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Robert Bruce Lang ... The Suspect
Katie O'Pace ... Ada Hays
William 'Billy' Benedict ... Bill White (as William Benedict)

Shelley Berman ... Phil Duke
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: Log 76: The Militants

18 February 1971
Two officers are ambushed by members of a black militant group and one of the militants is killed, setting the scene for a possible violent clash.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Timothy Brown ... Kenneth James

James McEachin ... Dewey Randolph
Felton Perry ... Cleotis James
James Bacon ... Newsman
Pamela Jones ... Nan Barrett
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Burt Mustin ... Charles Jenkins
Ron Pinkard ... Off. Walt Barrett
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: Log 164: The Poachers

25 February 1971
The first call is a police garage employee taking a police car for a "Code 3" ride followed by a young woman trying to cash an Old Age Benefits check she found. Malloy and Reed are accused of poaching Officer Ed Wells' territory when they check some warehouses in Wells' area that has been having a rash of break-ins. They both have a nervous time in a mortuary that has been broken into and the thief is found hiding in a casket. During rounds they finally catch a pair of men high on drugs breaking into a warehouse.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells
Marjorie Bennett ... Mrs. Sarah Pierce
Pegi Boucher ... Lainie Marshall
Harry Hickox ... James Crawford
Claude Johnson ... Officer Norm Green
Ralph Neff ... Mr. Gower
Scutter McKay ... Chick Wheelock
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)
Marco López ... Officer Sanchez (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: Log 16: A Child in Danger

4 March 1971
The day starts with a robbery in progress by two men at a bar. Malloy is forced to shot one of the men. The shift continues with Malloy warning a young woman in a bad neighborhood at a store to pick up food for her friends that she should be careful and to avoid the area in the future but she makes light of the issue. The pair handle a call at an apartment building about noise indicating a domestic dispute but the couple living there report no problems even though her face is severely injured. While back on patrol they notice two men helping the young woman with her car. When they check the men's car, they are wanted for kidnapping. With the aid of a helicopter patrol they are able to capture the men and rescue the woman. They close the shift with a return to the apartment complex where the mother asks for their help for her daughter and the men have to chase the husband through the parking lot as he tries to escape.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Susan Seaforth Hayes ... Eve Barstow (as Susan Seaforth)
John Davis Chandler ... Wally Barstow (as John Chandler)
Ronne Troup ... College Girl
Michael Bow ... First Thief
Beatrice Kay ... Manager
John Sebastian ... Calder

Raymond Mayo ... Handyman
Don Mcart ... Man (as Don McArt)
Mia Bendixsen ... Child
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)
Marco López ... Officer Sanchez (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 23: Log 56: Vice Versa

11 March 1971
Malloy is embarrassed at morning inspection as Mac notices that his driver's license has expired, meaning that he and Reed will have to switch responsibilities for their shift, which Reed relishes. As such, it's going to be a long shift for Malloy. On patrol, they are flagged down by a young teen girl, who tells them that a man in an ice cream truck tried to sell her drugs. What concerns Malloy and Reed the most is that the girl's description sounds like the pusher is targeting youth. Next, they attend to a call of a bank robbery in progress. Upon their arrival, they find that the robber is not all he appears on the surface. Next, they attend to a call from Lars Lowell, a man who had been out of town for six weeks, and upon arriving home found that everything in the house had been stolen. He knows who the thieves are from reports from a specific neighbor, one thief who is open about what she did and does not understand why what she did was wrong. Their next call is a report of a shooting at a house. They arrive to find a distraught woman wielding a gun who says she killed whoever is inside the house. They will have have to get the gun out of her possession to find out the complete story. Next, they receive a call about a man who found something of societal value in a trash can.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Charles McGraw ... Lars Lowell

George Furth ... Tyler Finch

Marie Windsor ... Eunice Claridge
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Ellen Corby ... Camille Gearhardt

Keye Luke ... George Lum
Christine Matchett ... Alma Stanley
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: Log 106: Post Time

18 March 1971
A press is stolen from a print shop; an elderly gentleman threatens a shoot-out rather than leave his apartment; and the officers encounter an armored car -- not bank-type, but ex-Army.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Morey Amsterdam ... Jerry Mermaid
E.J. André ... Martin Endicott
Luanne Roberts ... Heather Braun
Maurice Dallimore ... Basil Farrington
Lillian Bronson ... Norma Fisher

Woodrow Parfrey ... Man
Robert Patten ... Sgt. Stone
Jason Wingreen ... Tom Beaten
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 25: Log 88 - Reason to Run

1 April 1971
Malloy and Reed are called to a riding stable run by retired actor Slim Berkeley. The owner is careless about trusting people and has $100 and a gold belt buckle stolen. By instinct due to a record in New York his young assistant runs but when searched nothing is found. A call to a phone booth where the man inside is being attacked by another man leads to a drug arrest and sore jaw for Reed. Reed spots a robbery at a drive-in resulting in a shoot-out and capture of the robber. An illegally parked car with a woman who refuses to move the car leads to a second shoot out with two men robbing a liquor store. A complaint is filed by a jewelery salesman. His new convertible is poured full of concrete by the husband of his client in front of the client's house (the concrete had time to completely harden). When Slim reports a second robbery of his clients money, the mother of one the clients comes forward to say her daughter has a history of theft and she returns the belt buckle.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Rod Cameron ... Slim Berkeley

Linda Henning ... Hilary Warner (as Linda Kaye Henning)

Francine York ... Girl

Randolph Mantooth ... Neil Williams

Sandra de Bruin ... Waitress (as Sandy de Bruin)
Dick Whittinghill ... Paul Foster
Dorothy Green ... Mrs. Warner
Don Ross ... Plainclothes Detective

Norm Crosby ... Dewey Conroy
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)
Tim Donnelly ... Robber (uncredited)
Marco López ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 26: Log 125: A Safe Job

15 April 1971
A series of safe jobs lead Malloy and Reed to an old-time safe-cracker who's supposedly gone straight, but there may be more to it then they think.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Michael O'Shea ... Johnny Delaney
Charles Robinson ... Albert Cook
James Luisi ... Antonio Minetti
Victoria Paige Meyerink ... Denise
Mary Angela Shea ... Lisa Bonelli (as Mary Angela)
Robert Dowdell ... Sgt. Prescott
Martin Dean ... Davis
Todd Starke ... Danny
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Extortion

15 September 1971
Patrol starts with a call to a robbery at a bar and a car chase but the thieves escape. A call to a dry cleaners concerns the owner being extorted for protection money along with other shop owners who are Jewish survivors of the Holecaust. The dry cleaner wants to press charges but others are fearful of retribution. Two men are captured but two escape. Some searching turns up the car used in the robbery and a lead on the second car they used to escape. This is followed by a return call to the dry cleaners where the owner's panel truck is burning. During patrol they spot the second car used in the escape and a chase ensues resulting in their capture after Malloy comes close to taking a shotgun blast. They close out with another call to the dry cleaners where the owner has been attacked. With a tip from a nearby store owner they track down the two men responsible for the beating and destruction in the store.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
John Bleifer ... Mr. Fine
Benny Rubin ... Mr. Gold
Lillian Adams ... Mrs. Fine
George O'Hanlon ... Drunk

Bob Hastings ... Bartender
Walter Sande ... Boatyard Owner
Nick Benedict ... 1st Hoodlum
J.C. Curtiss ... Driver

Willie Aames ... Little Boy
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: Million Dollar Bluff

22 September 1971
While on break Malloy and Reed learn that an old "friend" Jennings Thornton is back. He likes to play cop - a cop Buff. First call is to a store where a young inexperienced clerk had an expensive ring swapped for a cheap one. This is followed by their "friend" Thorton calling in a drunk driver he encountered. A call about a robbery at a store results in a shootout in the parking lot but the shooter has a flak jacket. Thorton runs down the shooter with his car to end it but putting Reed in danger . The officers take a call at a parking lot where a minor accident has occurred. The woman has no ID and appears to be the woman who stole the ring. They arrest her but the clerk cannot identify her. They receive another call where Thorton used a gun to arrest two young men for stealing mag wheels. However, they were the legal owners of the wheels and the roles are reversed with Thorton under arrest. Mac arrives to say they found the ring on the woman at Central Booking making for a very good day.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Leo Gordon ... Jennings Thornton
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Lindsay Wagner ... Jenny Carson
Lynn Cartwright ... Jessica Caldwell
Dennis McCarthy ... Dave Walbrook
Lewis Charles ... Joe Rawls

Ed Begley Jr. ... Bud
Lou Manor ... Jimmy
George Sawaya ... Bandit
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: The Grandmothers

29 September 1971
A drug addict robs a store run by elderly women selling small items they make by sewing things such as pot holders and doilies. They spot a convertible with three men just after they are reported on the radio to have held up a store. A pursuit takes place and, together with Mac, arrest the three men. Later a nearby antique shop is held up by someone with a similar description to the first robber. He asked for a limited amount of money and a later call back to the first shop indicates he returned the money stolen earlier. A car is spotted making a rolling stop at a stop sign but the driver is a priest looking for the police to arrest a man from whom he bought marijuana. They accompany him back to the dealer's apartment and make the arrest. The final call is back to the first store where the same addict is in the midst of another robbery. They capture him followed by Malloy secretly buying some doilies after having teased Reed for buying pot holders the previous day from the "grandmothers".

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Florence Lake ... Mrs. Frieda Pine
Harry Wagner ... Father Meginnis (as Jack Wagner)
Winnie Collins ... Mrs. Kovacs (as Winifred Coffin)

Paul Gleason ... Smitty
Dennis Rucker ... Carl Young
Ozzie Nelson ... Ted Clover
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: The Radical

6 October 1971
On patrol they encounter a squad car that is deserted and they have not heard any officer announce stopping there. When they check it out, they find that a lone officer saw a hitchhiker and had chased him down with a bag of stolen items. During roll call the officers are told to be on the lookout for the radical Robin Saydo who has ties to bombings. The department wants him trailed but not picked up. Malloy receives a call from retired security officer Fred Tibbles who works on the docks and is being forced to overlook thefts. They come upon a truck driver who was knocked out and his load of pantyhose stolen. Tibbles calls with a tip about a heist to take place that afternoon and one earlier. Malloy realizes the trucks being hijacked are being taken for the trucks and not their loads. In a stakeout and pursuit with a police chopper, they become involved in a shootout but break the ring. Reed spots the radical on the streets. They trail him to a building where the DA decides to arrest him and make a search for weapons, etc.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Robert Conrad ... Deputy DA Paul Ryan
Frank Ferguson ... Fred Tibbles
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
John Davis Chandler ... Robin Saydo (as John Chandler)
Hal Baylor ... Tom Grey
Robert Dowdell ... Sgt. Wade
John Kroger ... Officer Moore
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: The Search

20 October 1971
At the start of the shift the officers receive their car back after routine maintenance. They find, however, that the radio mike has problems and they have to repeat calls. The pair is called to a robbery in progress. Reed captures one suspect at the store while Malloy goes in pursuit of the second suspect through a city park on a winding street at night. However only some of his radio calls are being received, including his position. Malloy loses control of the car and goes off the road, rolling the car. His position is hidden from the road and he is severely injured with internal injuries and a broken leg. He comes to and splints his leg with a shotgun. He hears the search on the radio but they miss him, the search is moved to a new location but Reed who resists moving out of the park. A man hiding from from the police for a murder he committed watches Malloy and finally comes to him but instead of helping steals the shotgun, his pistol, and rips the microphone off the cord leaving the wires exposed. Malloy then uses the exposed wires to signal for help which Reed picks up as he is still in the park.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Dick Peabody ... Boone Wexel (as Richard Peabody)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: The Ferret

27 October 1971
The first call is to catch a man nicknamed the "Ferret" who is damaging a manufacturing company. He out runs Reed, and the newspaper reporter on the scene delights in the story. When they respond to an intruder call they find a man going house to house who flags them down for help. His wife is comatose and about to have a baby. They take the couple to the hospital where the doctor asks them to check for mud the woman has been eating. They find the mud and follow up with a visit to a voodoo priest who had ordered the mud for the couple. He puts a mojo hex on Reed which is followed by Mac showing them the paper with Reed on the front page. They pull an elderly lady over for erratic driving and she takes them for gas station attendants. When they go to the manufacturing company to check recently fired employees for the ferret, he shows up at the office and this time Reed is able to catch him.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Steve Franken ... The Ferret (Ralph Salisbury)
Russ Conway ... Curtis Atherton
Don Pedro Colley ... T. Leeland Sabeth

Jordan Rhodes ... Larry Dent
Marvin Miller ... Doctor
James Bacon ... William Spence
Lenore Stevens ... Receptionist
Alma Platt ... Lady
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: Truant

3 November 1971
Two boys break into a garage. Truants have become a big problem in terms of crime and Reed has a plan he wants approved to pick up truants on the street. While patrolling, they come upon a stalled car they help off the street. Malloy receives a message to hold the car and occupants under arrest. They are smuggling heroin in the gas tank and some leaked stalling the car. They spot a stolen car which leads them to the thieves who stripped the car to build a dune buggy. Reed's plan is approved but initially the other officers are unhappy playing babysitter. A pair of truants are spotted and picked up as a call comes in about a nearby theft. The lady identifies the two truants as the thieves and they are caught with the goods. The results show massive reduction in crime and happier officers. However, as Reed envisions stopping juvenile crime, one of the boys from the first call whose mother did not see her son as a problem is brought into the station again.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells

Vincent Van Patten ... Virgil Stephens
Charles Lampkin ... Myron Bradley
Robert Clarke ... Tom Bennett
Art Balinger ... Capt. Grant
Lew Brown ... Detective McCall
Natalie Masters ... Katie Anderson
Michael Barbera ... Denny Zuener
Ezekial Williams ... Lyle Bradley

Barbara Nichols ... Ginger Stephens
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Ambush

10 November 1971
The pair are sent to transport a prisoner from the Sheriff's office in Malibu back to LA due to traffic warrants. Unknown to everyone he is a witness to a gangland murder and a hit has been ordered on him. Their patrol car has a tire shot out in an ambush and they find themselves isolated in the hills of the area and no radio contact. Reed goes for help but is captured by the hit men. Malloy and their passenger steal the hit man's car and make it to a phone. A helicopter search ensues for the two hit men and Reed. However, Reed is able to overpower them.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

William Campbell ... Charlie Shanks
Mort Mills ... Luke Nathan
Julian Burton ... Larry Lee

Jim B. Smith ... Lt. Bayer
Marshall Reed ... Capt. Edwards
Ron Pinkard ... Barrett
Marco López ... LA County Sheriff's Deputy (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: Anniversary

17 November 1971
Reed has agreed to buy an anniversary present for Mac but funds are limited. The first call is to bar where an ex-wrestler paralyzed by polio and confined to wheelchair is breaking up the bar. Next stop is a liquor store where they decide to buy a bottle of champagne for Mac and the owner offers a discount on a large bottle but the pair go for a smaller bottle they can afford. The pair notice a car tailing them in an manner that causes them to pull him over as they are afraid of an ambush. However, it is a man who has received several tickets in 24 hours. A call comes about a disturbance at a used car dealership. The owner is trying to take advantage of a Mexican man who is not very fluent in English and signed a sales contract without understanding it. This is followed by a call back to the liquor store where the owner has been robbed and shot. A nearby shop owner thinks he shot the robber. The owner reminds the men to take the champagne he wrapped for Mac. Last call is about a man down in a park who has been shot dead. He is the gunman who shot the liquor store owner.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Stubby Kaye ... Bernie Goodman
Robert Emhardt ... George Moore

H.B. Haggerty ... Dobish

Allen Jenkins ... Jobey
Jack Sheldon ... Philip Heyes

Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez ... Rudolfo Diaz (as Pedro Gonzales-Gonzales)
Sidney Clute ... Farrel
Ines Pedroza ... Mina (as Inez Pedroza)
Alfred Shelly ... Jim Blackman
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 10: Day Watch

24 November 1971
Reed and Malloy deal with various disturbances during their shift such as a gas station owner who has a lot of robberies, a drunk who continually causes problems, and a hitchhiker who steals money from the people who pick her up.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

George Murdock ... Mr. Williams

J. Pat O'Malley ... Willie
Clark Howat ... Harold Johnson
Ronne Troup ... Jo
Fred Holliday ... Paul Soren

William Elliott ... Officer Jerry Woods
Craig Chudy ... Willis
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 11: Assassination

8 December 1971
On a prowler report at a non-existent address someone fires multiple rounds at the officers. Next day on a run to a heliport to pick up a blood donor, they are again fired upon. Evidence points to the same shooter both times and reveals that Adam-12 is being targeted by a man known to pass bad checks. Reed's wife receives a call indicating that Reed is the target. A man tries to kill himself with gasoline at a gas station but Malloy stops him using a fire extinguisher. Another nighttime prowler call turns up a wino that Reed comes close to shooting. Malloy drops Reed off at his house when a man walks by, known to Reed, and tells him that his car has broken down. Reed offers to let him use his phone. Malloy notices there is a car like the one the suspect is supposed to be driving down the street as he leaves.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Angela Cartwright ... Cindy Williams
Charles Robinson ... Mark Donin
John Lupton ... Ron Taylor
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Timothy Brown ... Station Attendant
David Bond ... Prowler

Brian Tochi ... Flower Boy
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: The Dinosaur

15 December 1971
Officer Art McCall returns to the force after eight years on disability. He rides with Malloy and Reed learning changes since he left the force. They start with a young woman whose ex-husband has returned from prison and she feels threatened. McCall wants to resort to old techniques that are no longer allowed. After a juvenile robbery bust, they are forced to release the boy captured by Art who did not read the boy his rights. He fumbles the arrest of the ex-husband carrying a gun. After being released, the ex-husband plants a bomb in the woman's car. Malloy is forced to have a frank discussion with Art about his inability to adjust to the changes in law enforcement policy.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Heather North ... Shirley Young
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Del Monroe ... Frank Young

Warren Stevens ... Officer Art McCall
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: Pick-up

29 December 1971
Malloy and Reed are at a crime scene in the hills where another girl has been found raped and dumped but this time she is alive. Her account includes the fact that a red sports car was involved. Later, they see a red Porshe pick up a young girl and the car tries to escape when they signal it to stop. The car stops and dumps the girl. Malloy continues the chase alone but loses the car. He finds a red Porshe but the girl says the owner is not the man. A call to a robbery at a lumber yard has unexpected aid from police scouts who collar one of the two men. Reed captures the second man in a shootout. The mother of the young girl calls the officers when she finds drugs in her daughter's laundry. She is selling drugs and the man they had her identify is her supplier.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Barbara Hale ... Bonnie Jessup
Bill Williams ... William Taylor
Kathy Garver ... Paula Jessup
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Buddy Foster ... Rusty Cobb
Brian Dewey ... Brian
Vernon Scott ... Newsman
Anthony Eldridge ... Boy
Frank McCoy ... Robber
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 14: Citizens All

5 January 1972
Woman reports a pickup truck bumped her car. When she stopped, they stole her purse. On patrol they spot a stopped car with the hood up. Driver says his engine over heated but a stakeout shows him meeting with a counterfeiter. A call about loud noise results in a citizen chewing out the officers. A scuffle at a food drive-in results in the arrest of a man for outstanding warrants. A cruise by the house with noise turns up the pickup and two men who robbed the woman.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Vic Perrin ... Everett Jones
Jo Anne Meredith ... Laura Thomas
Myron Healey ... Warren Jarvey
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
John Gallaudet ... Jason Walters

Hampton Fancher ... Ray
Mike Lane ... Art Moss (as Michael Lane)
John Smith ... Ron McKee
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 15: The Princess and the Pig

12 January 1972
A call to a night club finds a singer, Kathy, strung out on drugs causing a disturbance. She finds security with Reed who rides with her to the hospital. She tells him someone is trying to kill her and giving her drugs. Narcotics believes she can provide a lead to new drugs and ask Reed to go undercover with Kathy as a soldier AWOL with a big cache of heroin to sell. He agrees and although he makes a deal, the girl burns him under pressure. The narcotics squad lose Reed but Malloy arrives as the dealers are trying to kill Reed and Kathy.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Leslie Charleson ... Kathy Royal

James McEachin ... Lt. Moore

Bobby Troup ... Michael Hayes

Michael Warren ... Larry Carter (as Mike Warren)
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Art Balinger ... Capt. Grant
Don Ross ... Steel

Squire Fridell ... Palmer
Kaz Garas ... David Bolanz
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 16: The Tip

19 January 1972
They are on a stake out for an armored truck robbery but the thieves make a clean escape. A call to the bus station about a potential rattlesnake in a suitcase turns out to be an electric toothbrush. They make contact with their source T.J. about the robberies and he a provides a few extra details as to where he overheard the threat. A call to the same bar puts them onto a man they suspect might be involved but with no proof. Malloy develops a theory on how the robberies are committed involving the sewer system. They plan a stakeout based on Malloy's theory which they execute with success.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Eddie Quillan ... T.J.

Larry Linville ... Sgt. Hugh Brasher
Larry Wilde ... Milton Waters
Lawrence Levine ... The Bus Driver (as Larry Levine)
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Mark Allen ... Frank Mosley
Jess Barker ... Paul Carter

Rose Marie ... Woman at Bus Depot
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 17: The Parole Violator

26 January 1972
Malloy is given a tip that a young man he coaches is using heroin again. Malloy and the boy's parole officer work together to track down what is going on. Reed and Malloy respond to a hit and run where a small boy is hit and hurt severely. The boy thinks Reed is his father who was killed in Vietnam. A man blows a stop sign resulting in a traffic stop. He is given a ticket but his passenger is taken in for selling drugs. In reality he is an undercover officer trying to make a buy from the driver. Malloy is called by the parole officer to help take in the young man for using again. They learn he had bought some heroin but did not use it. However, they find his younger brother had.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
John Roper ... Larry Ciprio
Carmen Zapata ... Mrs. Cipreano

Russell Wiggins ... Bill Morry (as Russell G. Wiggins)
Rachel Romen ... Joan Coberly
Hilly Hicks ... Kyler Johnson
Peter Leeds ... Dennis Baker
Trini López ... Steve Hernandez
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald (voice) (uncredited)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 18: The Adoption

2 February 1972
A maid for a wealthy couple tells Reed and Malloy that the family had a baby, and now it is missing. They find the baby was put up for adoption. Also, a case involving a trashed football locker room, a burglar and high speed chase.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Tom Drake ... Mr. Wilkinson

Jackie Coogan ... Harry Rustin
Jimmy Lydon ... Tyler (as James Lydon)
Dennis Rucker ... Charley Hall
Jill Banner ... Rita
George N. Neise ... Dr. Sundstrom (as George Neise)
Russ McCubbin ... Coach Stobie
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Don Ross ... Sgt. Woods

Maidie Norman ... Mary Handlin
Christopher Graham ... Suspect

Dwan Smith ... Girl
Sandra Giles ... Carmen Willis
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 19: Mary Hong Loves Tommy Chen

9 February 1972
Adam-12 arrives at a scene in Chinatown where a young man was beaten. He is an undercover officer working on Chinese gang problems. A young lady briefly appears but runs off before talking. A report is taken at a department store where a woman's purse was stolen while she was in a bathroom stall. They accompany her to her house where they catch the thief, a man. Reed is asked to report to the hospital where they believe the young woman has reappeared but her uncle refuses to let her talk. The next day they are asked to help bust counterfeiters where the same burglar from the day before had stolen counterfeit money and then caught passing it. They spot a man driving erratically thinking he is drunk. However, A lit joint in his pocket gives him away when it burns him. Reed receives a call from the young woman reporting an attack by the gang on the older Chinese organization. They and the gang squads arrive as the shooting starts.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Keye Luke ... Sing Hong
Virginia Ann Lee ... Mary Hong
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Edward Faulkner ... Sgt. Powers
Robert Patten ... Detective Speer
Foster Brooks ... Mr. Allen
Glenn Stensel ... Suspect

Jo Anne Worley ... Juju Perrin
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 20: Substation

16 February 1972
Malloy and Reed are assigned to the Los Angeles Airport sub-station.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Francine York ... Kathy Benson
Robert Dowdell ... Lt. Tom Ashton
Sid McCoy ... Policeman Ron Carter

Jed Allan ... U.S. Marshal Chuck Stanton

Joe E. Tata ... Noel Simmons
Lenore Stevens ... Sharon Wells

Frank Sinatra Jr. ... Tyrone Jeffers

Season 4, Episode 21: Backup 1-L20

23 February 1972
While transporting a burglary suspect, Sgt. MacDonald hits a pedestrian who was crossing the street. Eyewitnesses say the pedestrian was crossing in the crosswalk and the Sargent should have stopped.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Buddy Lester ... Victor Lamson
Edward Faulkner ... Sgt. Ed Powers
Walter Burke ... Billy Fuller

Chuck Bowman ... Sgt. McCall
Angela Greene ... Sharon

Paul Gleason ... Patrolman Stan Arnold
Fred Stromsoe ... Suspect
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 22: Who Won?

1 March 1972
The officers are working to move drag racing off the streets onto a regulated drag strip. Working with various racing organizations they finally meet the requirements for insurance, etc. provided by the drag strip owner. He also requires that the drivers keep the noise down in the streets surrounding the strip. However, the day before they are to start racing the timing and audio equipment at the drag strip are stolen. When he announces he has replacement equipment on the way, the street organizer of the races who stands to lose money puts on a race in front of the drag strip owner's own home. Malloy, however, finds evidence that indicates the street organizer stole the equipment trying to stop the legal racing.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells
Murray MacLeod ... Spider Watson
T. Max Graham ... Fat Charlie (as Neil Moran)
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Jerome Sheldon ... Donny Simmons (as Jerome M. Sheldon)

Dick Clark ... J. Benson
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 23: Eyewitness

8 March 1972
The pair have been helping with a search for a first grade boy missing after school. They return to patrol handling a loud dog complaint. Malloy realizes the dog is a seeing eye dog that has been stolen. A neighbor reports seeing a man and boy covered with blood getting into a taxi. They then spot the car suspected in the case of the missing boy. His father had picked up the boy and not told his mother. Family dispute call revolves around a wife upset with her husband unending football viewing smashing his TV. They trace the witness sighting of the bloody boy and a man, to someone who took his son to the hospital for a scalp injury. Next call is to close a report on a stolen car. Students had disassembled their professor's Beetle and reassembled it in his home. They close with a foot chase and shootout through a railroad park for men who killed a person in a robbery. They are aided by a police helicopter.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Mitch Carter ... Terry Colvin (as Mitch Carter)
Jessica Jones ... Mrs. Colvin (as Jessica H. Jones)
Louise Lorimer ... Naomi Ernst
Vincent Van Lynn ... Kenneth Ludlow (as Vincent VanLynn)
Frank De Vol ... Professor Mark (as Frank DeVol)
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Allison McKay ... May Owens
Morgan Jones ... Frank Slater
Tiger Williams ... Gary Colvin
Howard Culver ... Doctor
Barbara Dodd ... Woman

Norm Crosby ... Charlie
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 24: Wednesday Warrior

15 March 1972
Albert Porter, Reed's friend in the reserves is on his first day of patrol partnered with Officer Wells. Wells is not impressed with his geeky partner. First call is to a park where they advise a young group where they can legally camp. Second call is a bank robbery where they are the backup to Wells and Porter. The robbery seems to fit a pattern of other crimes where the robber is always different, wears a backpack, and is young. Reed suspects a car they pull over for a broken brake light. Malloy believes the young man to be okay but Reed spots a problem in their story leading to their arrest. Reed and Malloy see Wells and Porter with a traffic stop and stop to check out the situation. Porter accidentally backs the stopped car into their patrol car. Malloy and Reed are called to another bank robbery where they corner the suspect and learn that he is wearing a bomb and is being forced to holdup the bank. The man behind the robberies forces the suspect to flee with him in a car chase. At a dead end the man tosses the backpack to Wells trying to hold him hostage. Porter suspects a fake bomb and yanks it away from Wells.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells
Jason Wingreen ... Suspect
Wink Roberts ... Derek
Bill Toomey ... Manager
Kathleen Lloyd ... Tawnia Baker (as Kathy Lloyd)
Ron Turbeville ... Youth
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Chuck Bowman ... Detective Sgt. Edwards
James Oliver ... Norm Mitchel
Dale Johnson ... Harvey Mortenson

Steve Franken ... Albert Porter
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Dirt Duel

13 September 1972
A pair of motorcyclists snatch handbags and go off-road down trails where police officers cannot follow in their patrol cars. A motorcycle club in the area is suspected but never caught. Reed invites them to a community meeting to air their complaints on their continued harassment. When they attend, their leader challenges Malloy to a duel and they settle on a dirt bike race. Reed must teach Malloy how to race on a dirt course. Malloy loses the race but seems to gain some respect from the leader of the club. On patrol, Reed spots a suspicious license plate and traces it to a hot car. When another purse snatching occurs, the pursuit ends at the dirt trails. However, this time the motorcycle club is on the other end of the trail and forces the thieves back to Malloy and Reed where they surrender. They are not part of the club.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Micky Dolenz ... Oiler (as Mickey Dolenz)

Virginia Gregg ... Mrs. McKay
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Keith Taylor ... Mouse
Lawrence Levine ... Suspect (as Larry Levine)

Edd Byrnes ... Skinner
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: The Late Baby

20 September 1972
The spicy summer temp sets the officers abuzz. They learn Ed Wells is her overprotective uncle when he does his best to ruin her date with Malloy. Stars famous Hollywood children Christine and Frank Sinatra, Jr. and Gary Crosby.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Tina Sinatra ... Marilyn Tate (as Christina Sinatra)

Frank Sinatra Jr. ... Officer Tom Boyd
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells
Herb Vigran ... Gus Archer
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
John Gilgreen ... Ted (Gardner)

Stuart Nisbet ... Burglar
Winnie Collins ... Mrs. Ruth Fowler (as Winifred Coffin)
Glenn Stensel ... Man
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: Airdrop

27 September 1972
Reed and Malloy spend most of their time in the countryside surrounding Los Angeles. Among their more mundane tasks is to stop an erratic driver under the influence of drugs and alcohol. However, the bigger catch is alerted to them by Teri, a girl on horseback, who saw a light plane land in secluded field. Reed and Malloy investigate to see the plane and a departing jeep off in the distance. When they arrive just in time as the plane is about to take off, they flag the plane to a halt. The rented plane is piloted by Paul Stocker, a cocky but "clean" individual who had all the right answers as to why he landed in the field. Although they know he was up to no good, they have nothing to hold him on so let him go. They later learn from Sgt. Marco and Det. Edwards of the DEA that this scenario has all the hallmarks of a new Mexican drug smuggling ring, the use of the rented plane a device to feign ignorance by the pilot if anything is found on the plane itself. Thus the only way to stop the smugglers is to catch them in the act of transferring the actual drugs at the drop offs. Luckily a few days later, Reed and Malloy have a chance encounter with Stocker. From that encounter, they run a check on some license plates which leads them to the jeep; the DEA officials now can tail the jeep for whenever the next drop is to take place. Reed and Malloy ask to be there when the bust is made just to see the smug look on Stocker's face wiped off.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Ned Romero ... Sgt. Jesse Marco

Chuck Bowman ... Det. Cole Edwards

Joan Staley ... Jenny
Cindy Eilbacher ... Teri Daner
Michael Richardson ... Youth

Al Martino ... Paul Stocker
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: Lost and Found

4 October 1972
In a combined episode with Emergency, a boy runs away from the hospital when he is afraid due to his diagnosis. Malloy dates a woman volunteer on the hospital hot-line who is handling a teenage suicide when the program's funding is cut.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Robert Fuller ... Dr. Kelly Brackett

Julie London ... Dixie McCall R.N.

Bobby Troup ... Dr. Joe Early

Randolph Mantooth ... John Gage

Kevin Tighe ... Roy DeSoto
Elaine Giftos ... Kathy Stephens
Fred Holliday ... Jay Simmons
Nancy King ... Mary Simmons
Kirby Furlong ... Jimmy Simmons
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Chanin Hale ... Irma Baker

Diane Sherry Case ... Sheri Baker (as Diane Sherry)
Milton Frome ... Milton Sawyer

Deidre Hall ... Nurse (as Diedre Hall)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)
Peanuts ... Fritzy (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 5: Training Wheels

11 October 1972
Reed and Malloy search for an auto thief, but then are switched to bicycles to try to break up a ring of car strippers.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Walt Davis ... Sgt. Smith

Ann Doran ... Martha
Thomas Bellin ... Dallas Andrews (as Tom Bellin)

Paul Gleason ... Instructor Chuck Williams (as Paul Xavier Gleason)
Fred Stromsoe ... 1st Suspect
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

William Elliott ... Officer Grant (uncredited)
Claude Johnson ... Officer Brinkman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: Badge Heavy

25 October 1972
When Reed sees Officer Charlie Burnside choking out an apprehended suspect, he reports Burnside, but with very little actual evidence it may not be possible to bring the badge-heavy Burnside down.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Quinn K. Redeker ... Officer Charlie Burnside (as Quinn Redeker)
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Jack Bailey ... George Nash
Art Balinger ... Captain Grant
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Paul Factor ... Man
Frank McCoy ... Suspect

Steve Franken ... Officer Albert Porter
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 7: Harry Nobody

8 November 1972
A hotel room shooting is witnessed by the janitor Harry, a man considered to be a wino, a "nobody", by his family and friends. When Reed treats him with respect, he admits he witnessed the shooting, but his confession gets tangled in Harry's dead end life. Meanwhile, Molloy retells his experience of chaperoning a junior high dance.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Greg Mullavey ... Steve Craig
Anne Whitfield ... Ellen Craig
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Liz Renay ... Dawn Patrol
Robert Patten ... Det. Sgt. Benson
Lewis Charles ... Gene Ellis
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Scott Garrett ... Tommy Craig

Henry Jones ... Harry Craig
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 8: The Surprise

15 November 1972
When a string of jewelry stores are robbed with the same M.O., Reed pulls some clever police work during an unrelated traffic stop. Also, Malloy spots the pattern of a second burglar as he breaks into stores in a path across town.

Season 5, Episode 9: The Vendetta

22 November 1972
A WWII survivor encounters a Nazi collaborator. Malloy and Reed stumble upon his ambush plan during a routine night check. The pair use their humanity and police training before this vendetta causes another tragedy.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Barbara Nichols ... Janice Walker
Peter Brocco ... Father Janos
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
John Wheeler ... Wilbur

Nehemiah Persoff ... Angelo Covelli
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 10: The Chaser

6 December 1972
Malloy and Reed have to deal with an out of state bounty hunter tracking down a bail jumper. With his out of state gun permit, swagger, and physical skills, he keeps the Adam-12 team hopping in his wake.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Marie Windsor ... Jenny
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Burt Mustin ... Mr. Reardon
Sandra Gould ... Woman
Hilly Hicks ... Timmy Colton
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Chris Graham ... Wally Lembeck (as Christopher Graham)
Gary Van Ormand ... Harold Farrow (as Gary Van Orman)
Bruce Gordon ... Mike Dehner
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: Hot Spell

13 December 1972
At the beginning of their patrol the officers are forced to wear long sleeves although the forecast is for hot weather. A call about a theft in a park leads to a tip that a man had his bicycle pump stolen from his bicycle and it might have contained drugs. Man complains about his grass being trampled by people shopping at his neighbor's never ending yard sale. When they investigate the sale, they find some of the items are stolen. The man running the sale is taking the items on consignment from a man who supposedly does repo work. They wait and arrest the man who gives them a tip on where a man wanted for murder is hiding leading to the man's capture. They learn that short sleeves were approved hours ago but missed the radio call. A drive through the park finds a woman in her car suffering withdrawal symptoms. After she is helped, they spot a man walking a bicycle. When confronted, he turns out to be her connection with drugs in his bicycle pump.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Joel Fluellen ... Oren Johnson
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Fred Tosca (as Rodolfo Hoyos)
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Scatman Crothers ... George Strothers
Leo Gordon ... Carl Carney
John Lance ... Dave
Lynn Cartwright ... Clare Evans

Russell Wiggins ... Jerry Bannerman
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 12: Gifts and Long Letters

20 December 1972
A call about a suicide attempt at a hotel finds a women has tried to commit suicide for the second time but she is okay. She has left a note for another resident of the hotel. When they contact the man they recognize him as a convicted felon on parole involved with some serious mob activities. The man is a recluse and refuses to talk to the woman. The officers spot a man changing a tire and ask if he needs help but he says no. A second call to hotel occurs when the manager tries to evict the parolee because he types till 3:00 am but really simply wants the man evicted. When they hear a robbery report on the radio including the car the man was changing the tire on, they report it and a description of the man. They stop at the restaurant where the woman works to check on her and tell her why her friend refuses to see her which is due to a fear of someone from the mob being after him. Detectives locate the car and ask Malloy and Reed to help identify the owner which they do. A report of shots fired at the hotel finds the parolee has lost contact with reality and believes someone is after him forcing the officers into a gun battle until he runs out of ammunition.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Leslie Parrish ... Sharon Blake

Leonard Stone ... Phil Peters
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Sammy Jackson ... Tony Fallon
Carlos Romero ... Detective Ruben Sanchez
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Don Ross ... Paul Seever
Mark Miller ... Tom Dunne aka Tom Dunbar
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 13: O'Brien's Stand

3 January 1973
A little old lady has her purse stolen and annoys the police until the thief is caught. The Adam-12 team are assigned undercover work on the case. Also, a routine traffic stop uncovers two men involved in a criminal situation.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Lillian Bronson ... Mrs. O'Brien
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Carlos Romero ... Sgt. Ruben Sanchez
Murray MacLeod ... Fred Hiller
Richard Drout Miller ... Paul Seever (as Drout Miller)
Myron Healey ... Nelson
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods

Craig Huxley ... Boy (as Craig Hundley)
Jeff Donnell ... Mrs. James Nelson
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 14: Clear with a Civilian: Part 1

10 January 1973
Reed returns from the flu and half the other officers have caught his bug. He and Malloy get drafted to double shift to night watch. Finally, Mac asks them to host a civilian police commissioner, and they get a surprise.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Juanita Moore ... Police Commissioner Edna Dixon
Peggy Rea ... Sandra Quillan
Penny Santon ... Mary Maxwell
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Anthony Eldridge ... Roy Wilson

Robert Donner ... Harry Rustin
John Nolan ... Paul Freemont
Jack Manning ... Mr. Marshall
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Marc Hannibal ... Officer Carter
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Jack Webb ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 15: Clear with a Civilian: Part 2

17 January 1973
Adam-12 escorts a woman police commissioner during a routine night shift. They respond to a gang fight, a drunken man, and a runaway youth. The commissioner receives many ideas on improving police protocol.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Juanita Moore ... Police Commissioner Edna Dixon

Rose Marie ... Jean Wagner
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Burt Mustin ... Fred Tiller
Michael Bonita ... John Benjamin
Cay Forester ... Diane Stanley
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
William Wellman Jr. ... Officer Snyder
Anthony Eldridge ... Roy Wilson
Arnold F. Turner ... Man (as Arnold Turner)
Claudio Martínez ... John Hagen
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 16: Citizens Arrest - 484

24 January 1973
Reed and Malloy respond to a grocery store shoplifter, that turns out to be a penniless and homeless mother. They work to untangle the resultant complex situation.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Pamela Jones ... Jessie Gaynor

Robert DoQui ... Elword Staff
Kim Hamilton ... Mrs. Hardy
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Byron Bradley ... Dave Parlow
Doug Johnson ... Jack Gaynor
John Dennis ... Man
Mary Angela Shea ... First Policewoman (as Mary Angela)
Claire Courtney ... Woman
Pepper Curtis ... Second Policewoman
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 17: The Beast

31 January 1973
Malloy and Reed are assigned a temporary squad car that is ready for the junkyard. They deal with a lady car thief, an elderly peeping tom, a warehouse robbery and a goofy traffic stop. All the while, their car needs repeated repairs.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Lennie Weinrib ... Tony

Marty Ingels ... David Harwood
Todd Martin ... Gus Osgood
John Gallaudet ... Ralph Peterson
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Alberto Morin ... John Mendoza
Lenore Stevens ... Casey Marshall
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods

Donna Douglas ... Nina Draper
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 18: Killing Ground

7 February 1973
A routine traffic stop goes awry and Malloy and Reed end up hostages to two men escaping from a foiled hold-up. The officers must use their skills and partnership to turn the tables on their armed captors.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
John Davis Chandler ... Steve Deal (as John Chandler)
Joy Bang ... Susan Danhart (as Joy Wenner Bang)
Michael Richardson ... Norm Landon
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 19: Nightwatch

14 February 1973
Malloy and Reed patrol a Saturday night shift. They handle a innocent drunk, a tragic domestic shooting, a car vandal, a speeding driver with unpaid tickets, and a motel robber. All the while Reed talks about his attempt to buy a used car.

Season 5, Episode 20: Suspended

21 February 1973
After an off night at the shooting range, Reed leaves work and stops at an all night grocery. As he is leaving with both arms full of groceries, a young man approaches as if he knows Reed. He points out a friend in a green Volkswagon Beetle holding a pistol on Reed. Reed drops the groceries, pushes the young man, leaps, and fires at the car hitting it. The man in the car fires hitting his friend. The grocer heard only one shot as he comes out of the store, the car races off, and the young man hit in the head makes a dying declaration that Reed was gun happy and shot him. Reed is on desk duty until a review board clears him but the young man dies increasing the pressure on Reed. Malloy with a new by the book partner spends time on and off duty running license plate number combinations looking for the green Beetle.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Don Dubbins ... Officer Steve Tyson
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Jay Hammer ... Young Man
Byron Keith ... First Deputy Chief
Dale Johnson ... Second Deputy Chief
Shaaron Claridge ... Shaaron
Ray Ballard ... Grocery Checker

Chuck Bowman ... Range Commander

Steve Conte ... Ambulance Attendant
Ron Henriquez ... Scorer

Season 5, Episode 21: A Fool and His Money

28 February 1973
Malloy has won $10,000 in a woman's shampoo naming contest and is being bombarded with mail at work and suggestions from Reed on how to invest the money but Malloy wants a new boat. Opening call is a loud noise complaint from an elderly gentleman about a new elderly female tenant and her Irish music. Malloy and Reed explain the complaint and introduce the couple to each other and quietly leave them together. While on patrol a sniper starts shooting and they call in support resulting in them shooting the sniper in a car while fleeing. A theft report call is a man in an expensive home that appears to have been stripped. In fact due to his financial ruin and three wives the only items left were two cameras and a TV that were stolen. A call about body in alley is a wino killed for his new tennis shoes. As they leave the scene the officers spot another wino wearing new tennis shoes sleeping it off in a junked car. Malloy realizing Reed has his best interests at heart presents Reed with a gift of a single share of stock worth $5 to develop a "nest egg".

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Regis Toomey ... Billy Heckman

Lurene Tuttle ... Mary O'Ryan

David White ... J. T. McGrath
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Don 'Red' Barry ... Wino (as Donald Barry)
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Ken Renard ... Jimmy Lee
Michael Santiago ... Norm (as Mike Santiago)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 22: Anatomy of a 415

7 March 1973
A young boy runs away from home and coincides with a 415 (domestic disturbance) at his home. Malloy and Reed try to get to the bottom of his difficulty, after multiple calls, as they try to avoid a tragedy.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Jed Allan ... John Spencer

Jean Allison ... Loise Spencer
Milton Frome ... Arthur Cosgrove

Eve Brent ... Helen Spencer
Jimmy Cross ... Oliver Durkson
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Christopher Gardner ... Larry Spencer

Norm Crosby ... Don Simpson
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 23: Keeping Tabs

14 March 1973
Malloy and Reed stop a car full of young men on a midnight joyride. They are surprised when one is Sgt MacDonald's son. Pete wants to help, and quickly finds himself in the middle.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Sean Kelly ... Bill MacDonald
Louise Lorimer ... Gert
E.A. Sirianni ... Carouso
Ta-Tanisha ... Lizzie (as Ta Tanisha)
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Cinque Attucks ... Sammy
Nathaniel Taylor ... Joe
Ben Frommer ... Gerald Wilson

Pat Buttram ... Drunk Man
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 24: Easy Rap

21 March 1973
Reed cannot convict a juvenile car thief. He and Malloy encounter him several times, trying to avoid tragedy. A young woman's boyfriend has died from drugs and she is anxious to help make a case to arrest the pusher.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Joe Kapp ... Joe Mitchell
Damon Douglas ... Lou Trask
Florence Lake ... Millicent Anderson
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Robert Clarke ... Dan Johnson

Joe E. Tata ... Frank Ducas
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Catherine Burns ... Sandy Rice
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Harbor Division

12 September 1973
Malloy and Reed encounter a boat owner overcharged for fuel, a longshoreman's victim, a hinky couple, a feisty Libra guilty of a CA stop, and a drunken boat's cook with a rifle. Malloy tries to sell ballet tickets without being teased.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Jayne Meadows ... Ida Huntington

Charles McGraw ... Rod Decker

G.D. Spradlin ... Joe Johnson
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Al Checco ... Mr. Stewart
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods

Johnny Silver ... Cookie
Don Diamond ... Sailor
Ray Oliver ... 2nd Sailor
Geoffrey Binney ... William Grimes
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 2: Rampart Division: The Senior Citizens

19 September 1973
The officers are on patrol in a section of town made up heavily of retired people. As they start patrol they spot a man who stole a purse being chased by an oriental woman in her car in a cemetery. The man escapes over a wall. George,a retired officer who works private security flags them down primarily to talk. While driving they spot an elderly man trying to break into a car in a church parking lot. The minister wants to let him go but he has multiple outstanding felony warrants for auto theft. As they stop at a restaurant, they spot a commotion across the street. An elder woman is claiming an elder man made an indecent proposal but the apartment manager explains the woman is being evicted and the man says he offered to let her stay at his place. The woman states her son will pick her up but while eating the officers see her smashing their windshield with a hammer so they have to take her in. While patrolling the park, they settle an argument between two men about a five dollar bill and rescue a baby stroller rolling into the lake. They spot the man they chased in the cemetery at a church. They close out the day with an arrest assisted by George who admits he is lonely as his friends have passed.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Bill Quinn ... George Foster

Elizabeth Kerr ... Mrs. Baker

Ian Wolfe ... Mr. Morton
Carmen Zapata ... Maria Lopez
Jim Boles ... Harold Tanner
Beulah Quo ... Mrs. Hong Toy
Felipe Turich ... Antonio
Natividad Vacío ... Jose (as Natividad Vacio)
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
C. Lindsay Workman ... Minister (as Lindsay Workman)

Steve Conte ... Priest
Natalie Masters ... Apartment Manager
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Andrew Koenig ... Little Boy (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: Foothill Division: Mac's Boots

26 September 1973
At roll call Mac reports that three fishing rods and a custom made one of a kind pair of cowboy boots with green leather detail were stolen from his camper. He offers two steak dinners for their recovery. A report from a horse riding stable leads to Malloy, Reed, and Mac riding horseback to a remote mine shaft after the thieves where Mac hopes to find his boots but to no avail. When they return to the station, Officer Wells is taking up a collection for a man, his daughter and her baby to have gas money to make it to San Franisco for an operation on the baby for a tumor. Back on patrol they spot a man wearing boots that match Mac's one of kind boots but he is another officer who probably bought them from the same man in Mexico. The station comes under sniper fire forcing Mac to have Malloy and Reed set up a command station and take control of the situation. With the aid of the police helicopter they wound and capture the sniper. At the end as Officer Wells tells Mac he is sorry to hear his boots are not unique and he should look out for fakes in the future, Mac tells Wells the man he collected money for is a well known con-artist with a rap sheet everywhere west of the Mississippi River.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Rod Cameron ... Henry Komac

Jack De Mave ... Walt Jeffries (as Jack DeMave)
Joe Kapp ... Johnny Bearkiller

Don 'Red' Barry ... Mr. Hobbs (as Donald Barry)
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Army Archerd ... Reporter
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)
Kristine Greco ... Girl at the Mine (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 4: West Valley Division

3 October 1973
During patrol they notice a very nice looking woman walking her Scott Terrier. Air 10 requests Adam-12 help to stop a motorcyclist riding in the dry hills with potential to start a wildfire. Results in pursuit and following Air-10's directions to his house where a discussion with the young man and his mother ensues. A call to a movie theater by a patron who found the manager and ticket saleslady both missing. A search reveals them tied up upstairs. A man on a gray motorcycle had held them up. They stop a gray motorcycle but the rider is a woman. Another patrol car spots the motorcycle and Malloy recognizes they can cut him off at a pedestrian tunnel where they force the man to crash. They notice the woman and Scottie are still out walking and window shopping. At a robbery scene they encounter a guard who has been shot, provides them a description, and then dies. Air-10 spots a possible suspect and with Adam-12 purses the car. It is a couple who thought it would be fun to play chase with the police copter. When they notice the Scottie tied up, further inspection turns up the woman who is stealing furs.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Norman Alden ... Charley Baker
Peggy Webber ... Mrs. Rule
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Stacy Keach Sr. ... Tom Holmes
Robert Weaver ... Kenny Rule
Regina Parton ... Loretta Fox
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods

Bob Hastings ... Ed Mason
Ben Frommer ... John Wager
Hal K. Dawson ... Watchman

Barbara Nichols ... Elizabeth Mitchell
Lorraine Baptist ... Girl with Dog (uncredited)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 5: Venice Division

10 October 1973
Malloy and Reed work day shift out of Venice Div near LA's beaches. They catch a stolen dune buggy, ticket a nude sunbather, find a drunk at a beach diner, and tease a fellow motorcycle officer. But an obscene phone caller causes problems.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Larry Hovis ... Art Phillips
Laurette Spang ... Carla Rogers
Marc Hannibal ... Officer Deacon

Bill Vint ... Ted Hunter (as William Vint)

Dabbs Greer ... Dave Carlson
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Erin Fleming ... Suzanne Martin
Alice Backes ... Woman
Mike Caldwell ... Roger Platt

Derrel Maury ... Boy

Edy Williams ... Tammy Warren
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 6: Hot Shot

24 October 1973
The officers spot a car failing to yield to another car; the driver is a cat burglar Reno West that Malloy arrested and recently released from prison. They spot an abandoned and stolen car and call to have it removed. Reed spots a robbery in a store. The owner is shot and killed and they pursue the suspect into a pedestrian tunnel where Malloy wounds him and Reed is forced to kill him. A call to a library about stolen books turns up West checking out books on several costly items he is looking to steal. They receive a call about a domestic disturbance that turns into a shots fired call. A distraught man is in his house with his daughter. Reed and Malloy are able to rescue the girl even though the man had Reed in his sights. The girl is able to talk her dad out.

Season 6, Episode 7: Van Nuys Division: Pete's Mustache

31 October 1973
Malloy returns from vacation sporting a mustache bringing forth jokes from the coworkers. The officers spot a light plane on a glide path to crashing. With the help of Air 10 they locate the plane and pull the drunk pilot away before he lights a cigarette as gas leaks from the plane. They discover the pilot's son in the plane injured requiring CPR. A robbery report about three missing stamps appears to have the marks of Reno West who the officers know is back on the street. The officers receive unexpected help at the scene of a jewelry store robbery. A customer is a costuming specialist in the film industry. She provides two sketches of the robbery. One as he looked and one without the fake facial hair leading to comments on men's facial hair directed at Pete. The officers hear a honking horn which is a woman driving a car with a man captured in the passenger window. He tried to steal her purse and she grabbed him and intended to walk him to the nearest police station: four miles away. Another pair of officers arrest the jewelry store robber during a traffic stop and Pete shaves his mustache after trouble trimming it.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Sidney Miller ... Marvin Weber (as Sid Miller)

Priscilla Pointer ... Jacqueline Carey
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Myron Healey ... Donald Whorton
Penny Santon ... Woman Shoplifter
Robert Clarke ... Stuart Nolan
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Eve McVeagh ... Margaret Willis
James Nolan ... Security Officer (as Jim Nolan)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 8: Training Division: The Rookie

7 November 1973
A rookie officer with a know-it-all attitude poses serious problems for officers Malloy, Reed and Wells.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
John Elerick ... George Barrett

William Elliott ... Officer Grant (as Bill Elliott)
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Arthur Peterson ... Elwood Thompson
Ines Pedroza ... Teller (as Inez Pedroza)

Joe E. Tata ... Craig Hanawald
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Don Ross ... Investigator Kincaid
Alfred Shelly ... Jake
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 9: Capture

14 November 1973
Reed and Malloy work to resolve the long running "take a little, leave a little" burglary case. Reno West, the main suspect, proves a slippery character that covers his tracks through confusion and distraction. How can the LAPD collar him?

Season 6, Episode 10: Hollywood Division

21 November 1973
A new dispatcher with a sexy voice has Pete's interest. A hit and run accident has a little girl seriously injured, however, her brother caught the license of the car that hit her. A synagogue reports a typewriter with a Hebrew typeface and money stolen. The third call is a drunk woman sitting on a lawn. They take her to her daughter's nearby house but the daughter refuses to deal with her. During a stop for a meal at TJ's lunch wagon, he tells them he heard a man make threats about being fired as a painter at a studio. When they arrive at the studio, gunshots are heard and they find two painters have been shot. They work with SWAT to rescue one painter and capture the sniper. At the end of the shift they meet the dispatcher but to Pete's dismay, she is married to the SWAT lieutenant.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Marie Windsor ... Carolyn Halsman
Roger Torrey ... Lt. Edwards

Robert Donner ... T.J.

Sondra Currie ... Betty Edwards
Kim Hamilton ... Mrs. Anderson
Anne Whitfield ... Mary King
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Marc Hannibal ... Officer Deacon
Ben Frank ... Rabbi Myer Gerstein
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Edward Crawford ... Tommy Jeffords
Lawrence Levine ... First Painter (as Larry Levine)

Season 6, Episode 11: Northeast Division

5 December 1973
Reed's scout friend with a merit badge in electronics comes in to pick up Reed's TV to repair it but unexpectedly takes it apart at the station. The other officers are skeptical he can repair it. On patrol they receive a call about motorcycle racing on the streets. It is a juvenile on a souped up minibike who forces them to pursue him. He is living with an aunt after his parents were killed and has no friends. A neighbor calls and reports he overheard his neighbors arguing and saw the wife digging in her backyard the night before and the husband is now missing. The woman is raising chickens in the house and one named after her husband who has left died and she buried the chicken. A radio call reports a tall blonde woman with a big purse held up a store. Reed spots her at a bus stop minus wig and high-heeled shoes. Picketing at a store is resolved when the lead picketer learns she met the store manager on a computer date the previous night. He said he was a test pilot and she stalks off ending the issue. Malloy and Reed take a report on a robbery at a restaurant where two men were shot. They quickly recognize that the people making the report are the actual robbers. Reed's TV is fixed but the scout had to call a TV repairman for some minor help.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Johnny Whitaker ... Eddie Roberts
James G. Richardson ... Larry
Dorothy Neumann ... Mrs. Wilson
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Andrew Stevens ... Rod Foreman
Ruth Price ... Mary Jackson
Laurie Rose ... Ellen
Leanna Johnson Heath ... Kim (as Leanna Johnson)
E.J. André ... Alex Mardigian
Theresa Masurat ... Waitress
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods

Ronnie Schell ... Henry Klemp
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 12: If the Shoe Fits

12 December 1973
Reed's squeaky new shoes get on Malloy's nerves. They rescue a boy hiding in a building ready for demolition, a man destroys his own furniture when his wife leaves him, and Reed's keen eye catches a robbery in progress.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Dick Wilson ... Louis Nelson
Irene Tedrow ... Wanda Curtis
Murray MacLeod ... Virgil Watkins
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Doug Johnson ... Peter Young
Bartine Burkett ... Mrs. Conrad (as Bartine Zane)
Moosie Drier ... Dennis Wingard
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 13: Southwest Division

19 December 1973
Malloy is teased when he buys a modern painting at a roadside gallery to end a dispute. Later, the pair capture an escaping robber at the LA Coleseum who returns there to relive his life's greatest moment as a young football player.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Fred Holliday ... Ernest Fields
Lillian Bronson ... Edna Digby
Peter Brocco ... Andre Pochek
Gloria Manon ... Joan Renfro
Dick Bass ... Ed Jackson
Ike Jones ... Peter Giles
Allison McKay ... Doris Sutton
Herb Vigran ... Sam Conrad
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Antonio Sanchez (as Rodolfo Hoyos)
Ray Ballard ... Ralph Johnson
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Dale Johnson ... Security Officer
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 14: The Sweet Smell

9 January 1974
Malloy and Woods went fishing, and the car smells like fish. Adam-12 picks up a disoriented senior who spills a bottle of perfume in the car as well. The pair mistake a minister to be a church prowler, and retrieve a young girl.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
George Chandler ... George Atchison
Sheila Bromley ... Myrna Huffman
Olan Soule ... Vernon Barber (as Olan Soulé)
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods

Stuart Nisbet ... Rev. Thomas Sherman
Arnold F. Turner ... Officer Snyder (as Arnold Turner)
Jay Jay Jue ... Billy (as Jay Jay Joe)
Dori Whitaker ... Mindy Wagner
Lennie Weinrib ... Tony
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 15: Trouble in the Bank

15 January 1974
While on patrol, Reed stops into the local bank to pay a loan - and walks right into a bank robbery. Two hardened criminals with nothing to lose learn that Reed is a police officer and decide to take him hostage as a bargaining tool. Malloy and Mac are forced to come up with a drastic way to save Reed's life and foil the criminals.

Season 6, Episode 16: North Hollywood Division

22 January 1974
When Mac assigns Reed to write an article about Malloy for Police Beat magazine, he agonizes to find details and an angle for the story. Meanwhile, the pair chase a gas station robber, end a domestic dispute, and capture a fleeing gunman.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

William Campbell ... Joe Dugan
Chanin Hale ... Helen Dugan
Vic Perrin ... Abner Hempel
Virginia Vincent ... Sheila Turman
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Johnny Haymer ... Jim Brock
James Rosin ... Daniel Wilson
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Virginia Paris ... Mrs. Phillips (as Gina Alvarado)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 17: Taking It Easy

29 January 1974
Reed's sprained wrist puts him on office duty while Malloy breaks in a rookie partner. A bomb threat and Brinkman firing a shotgun at the station adds to the excitement.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Kip Niven ... Officer Phillips
Barney Phillips ... Officer Smith
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

William Elliott ... Officer Grant (as Bill Elliott)
Edward Faulkner ... Investigator Ed Powers (as Ed Faulkner)
Ron Castro ... Young Man
John Gallaudet ... Old Man
Claude Johnson ... Officer Brinkman
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Kirby Furlong ... David
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 18: Krash

5 February 1974
Mallory returns to duty with a new car. He lets Reed drive it to work. They leave the car parked in the street when they chase a purse snatcher and catch him in a dumpster. On their return they find someone scraped the right front fender. At roll call they fill Mac in on what happened and he suggests his brother's body shop in Beverly Hills. Reed agrees to pay half but Malloy is worried about the cost. They receive a call from a woman whose drunk boyfriend is playing Indian and shooting arrows. They catch him at a newsstand in a fight. A store is held up and the owner suffers a heart attack in front of his wife as the officers question him. They try CPR but at the hospital he is pronounced dead. The last call is a robbery in progress at a pharmacy. The thief jumps through the window and is chased by the officers. A couple of shots are fired but the man gets away in the back of a pickup. A witness trails the pickup and alerts a motorcycle officer who notifies Malloy and Reed. They are able to take the wounded man in the house. Mac's brother's estimate is high ($120) but says he will do it for the materials costs of $20.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Sarah Selby ... Mrs. Evans
Russell Thorson ... John Evans
Pepe Hern ... Jesse Rodriguez
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

William Elliott ... Officer Grant (as Bill Elliott)
Jodean Lawrence ... Elmira (as Jodean Russo)
Ron Henriquez ... Geronimo
Arnold F. Turner ... Officer Snyder (as Arnold Turner)
Alma Platt ... Flora Martin
John Morgan Evans ... Gary Bell
Don Ross ... Investigator Martin
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 19: Routine Patrol: The Drug Store Cowboys

12 February 1974
Reed and Malloy start their shift at a bar where a drunk woman is threatening everyone with a gun. Other cases involve carjackers who happen to steal a car with guns, and a death of a mentally challenged man which looks suspicious.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Bill Williams ... Fred Wheeler
Jo Anne Meredith ... Jessica Miles
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

Robert DoQui ... Al Guinn

Buddy Lester ... Neil

Jim B. Smith ... Dave Moss
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Rachel Romen ... Audrey Shore
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 20: Sunburn

19 February 1974
Reed returns from vacation with a bad case of sunburn and is in agony all day. Reed and Malloy deal with a traffic accident, drug dealer, robbery suspect, and help rescue two boys from the water whose boat capsized.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Paul Picerni ... Bill Johnson
Dick Whittinghill ... Mr. Hayes
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Alice Backes ... Estelle Graybill

Pamela Hensley ... Nurse
Thomas A. Geas ... Theodore Gunderson (as Tom Geas)
Joseph Mell ... Charlie
Sam Chu Lin ... Doctor
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods

Steve Conte ... Attendant
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 21: Skywatch: Part 1

26 February 1974
Reed and Malloy participate in a "pilot" program to ride as observers on the police helicopter patrol, and learn how best to work with Air-70.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Jack Hogan ... Lt. Fred Benson
William Stevens ... Officer Lou Walters
James W. Gavin ... Officer Chet Mills (as Gavin James)
Claude Johnson ... Officer Brinkman
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 22: Skywatch: Part 2

5 March 1974
Reed and Malloy continue to observe the Air-70 helicopter patrol. This time Malloy's eagle eye helps capture various criminals as they try to hide from the law.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Jack Hogan ... Lt. Fred Benson
William Stevens ... Officer Lou Walters
John Nolan ... One King Nine (voice)
James W. Gavin ... Officer Chet Mills (as Gavin James)
Claude Johnson ... Officer Brinkman
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods

Sam Edwards ... Harvey Pollard (voice)
Julie Bennett ... Ethel Pollard (voice)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 23: L.A. International

12 March 1974
Malloy and Reed are assigned as vacation fill-in at LA airport. As Zebra-12 they work on foot and motorbikes around LAX, handling an amazing number of crimes. Pete makes time with a shapely blonde supervisor at a ticket counter.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
Len Wayland ... Sgt. Porter
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods

Eve Brent ... Mrs. Wheatley
Scott Garrett ... Keith Wheatley
Michael Bow ... Car Burglar

Michael Warren ... Marine (as Mike Warren)

Jordan Rhodes ... Paul Franklin
Geoffrey Scott ... Mr. Payne (as Geoff Scott)
John Rayner ... Mr. Wardall

Tina Cole ... Jody Drake

Season 6, Episode 24: Clinic on 18th Street

13 March 1974
When an old man wearing a strange-looking belt is found dead of natural causes, fraud is suspected and the case is turned over to major frauds division. Investigation leads to a Dr. Gantman, whose useless treatment of a blind seven-year-old girl with a pituitary tumor is preventing its timely surgical removal. A break comes when a television repairman, who makes "electro-charged oscillator belts" for the doctor, is arrested for bookmaking and is willing to testify against him. The bookie isn't needed after a courtroom demonstration by the doctor, and participation by the prosecution, results in the doctor's undoing.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

Ed Nelson ... Abe Strayhorn

Frank Sinatra Jr. ... Gino Bardi

Sharon Gless ... Lynn Carmichael
Dick Haymes ... Dr. Elroy Gantman
Virginia Vincent ... Marion Fenton

Dawn Lyn ... Maggie Fenton

Kenneth Tobey ... Don Bates

Burt Mustin ... Jud Peterson
Harry Bartell ... Judge Dodd
Rose Ann Deel ... Maddie (as Rose Ann Zecker)
George Chandler ... Ed Mooney
Len Wayland ... Art Wilson

Virginia Gregg ... Miss Brown
David Bond ... Clark Watkins
Tom Scott ... Dave Melzer
Don Ross ... Steve Hart

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Camp: Part 1

24 September 1974
The officers respond to a potential break-in catching a man leaving the building and finding a young boy inside hiding in a locker. The boy has no record and his single mother says this is his first time in trouble. Malloy decides to give the boy a break and releases him to his mother. On patrol they pull over a taxi driving erratically. They find the driver is being robbed by a passenger and thought he had a gun. While at the station Mac informs them that the young boy has a record under a different name and a man posed as his father. A call about an accident at a parking lot involves a long haired man on a motorcycle being accused by the son of the elderly man he hit of reckless driving. However, the elderly man apologizes to the motorcycle rider for not paying attention forcing the son to apologize. The mother of the young boy reports him missing after investigators talked to her. The officers chase him at a store reporting a robbery thinking he was involved but he wasn't. Malloy is helping take a large number of boys on a police sponsored camping trip when Reed arrives with the mother who has decided to send her son along on the camping trip.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

June Lockhart ... Mrs. Whitney

Lee Montgomery ... Greg Whitney (as Lee H. Montgomery)
Johnny Rodriguez ... Driver in Accident

Ronnie Schell ... Jack Hofstead
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
John Steadman ... Old Man
Lawrence Levine ... Cab Driver (as Larry Levine)
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 2: Camp: Part 2

1 October 1974
Malloy is off on a week long youth camping trip that includes Greg Whitney. The trip does not start well when Greg who is short for his age was told to bunk with the younger campers. He gets into trouble for stealing ice cream followed by a charge by some of the campers he stole a boy's watch. He runs off before one of the counselors finds the watch was misplaced. Greg is found stuck down a hill but okay. He proves his mettle by beating the other boys in a cross country race after the boys were coached by Olympic pole vaulter Bob Seagren. Reed tries to provide Greg's mother with some advice on handling him. While on duty he and Wells take a call from a woman who was attacked by a man who passed out when he found she has a python under her coat.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed

June Lockhart ... Mrs. Whitney

Lee Montgomery ... Greg Whitney (as Lee H. Montgomery)
Bob Seagren ... Himself
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Sean Kelly ... Tim

Randy Whipple ... Rod
Shannon Christie ... Snake Woman
Buck Young ... Sgt Willard
Gary Crosby ... Officer Ed Wells
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 3: Teamwork

8 October 1974
Reed and Malloy are assigned to "team policing", where officers from different departments work as a unit. Their team uncovers and busts a car accident insurance scam and works an undercover stakeout for a daylight burglar.

Martin Milner ... Officer Pete Malloy

Kent McCord ... Officer Jim Reed
William Boyett ... Sgt. MacDonald

William Elliott ... Officer Grant

Jean Allison ... Elaine Rogers
Patricia Rainier ... Flora Bingham
William Bramley ... Fred Culligan
Doug Johnson ... Investigator J.J. Strickland

Eric Shea ... Gary Rogers
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Jerry Woods
Russell Arms ... First Driver
Peter Leeds ... George Porter
Shaaron Claridge ... Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 4: Roll Call

22 October 1974
When an officer calls for help but fails to give his name or location, it results in a frantic search for the missing officer. The dispatcher helps by doing a roll call of all the known officers on patrol at the time of the call, while Reed and Malloy assist in the search. A motorcycle officer is the one who is missing, eventually leading their comrades to a parking garage and an armed hostage situation.