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Year: 1973 | 1974 | 1975 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978 | 1979


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 0: Slow Boy

20 March 1973
A tough cop in charge of a special felony squad goes after the vicious son of a Mafia chief who is pulling a string of strong-arm robberies.

Vic Morrow ... Sgt. Joe LaFreida

Edward Asner ... Lt. Dave Blodgett

Diane Baker ... Jenny Dale

Ina Balin ... Martha LaFreida

Sandy Baron ... Ray Gonzales

Chuck Connors ... Slow Boy

Harry Guardino ... Sgt. Solly 'Sal Pickles' Piccolini

Ralph Meeker ... Chief Harry Stahlgaher
James Luisi ... Toby O'Brien (as Jim Luisi)
Mel Scott ... K.T.
Michael Baseleon ... Jay Castle

David Doyle ... Kurt Mueller

John Karlen ... Detective #1 - 1st Supermarket Robbery
Taylor Lacher ... Detective #2 - 1st Supermarket Robbery
Kim Hamilton ... Harriet Parsons

Dianne Hull ... Patty Fresno

Barbara Rhoades ... Marnie

Hal Williams ... Marshall Rhodes
Joseph Bernard ... Whitey (as Joe Bernard)
Byron Mabe ... Arnie Dillon
Dominique Pinassi ... Vicki
Mario Machado ... Newscaster

Chuck Isen ... Walter Yeats (as Charles Isen)
Richard E. Kalk ... 12 Y 5 (as Richard Kalk)
James Almanzar ... 21 Y 5
Gerald York ... Assistant
Nelson D. Cuevas ... Eddie - Stakeout Cop

Kevin Dobson ... Patrolman (as Keven Dobson)

John Bennett Perry ... Sgt. Chick Torpi

Stephen Manley
Ray Buktenica ... Supermarket Manager (uncredited)
John Escobar ... (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 1: Dangerous Games

2 October 1973
Charlie Czonka goes undercover as pimp CZ Smith to break up a prostitution ring.

James Farentino ... Charlie Czonka

Elizabeth Ashley ... Jannette Johnson

Janet Margolin ... Marilyn

Fred Williamson ... Snake McKay

Francine York ... Faye

Michael Strong ... Lassiter
Chelsea Brown ... Mrs. McKay
Eric Server ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles
Katie Saylor ... Girl
Charles Dierkop ... Dave Rawlins
Simmy Bow ... Comedian
Vince Howard ... Sergeant
Nora Heflin ... Alice
Lee Duncan ... Man at Table with Snake McKay (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Requiem for an Informer

9 October 1973
Detectives Calabrese and Jameson use a junkie as an informant to find a violent gang of bank robbers.

Marjoe Gortner ... Stan

Don Meredith ... Officer Bert Jameson

Michael Ansara ... Baldy

Sharon Farrell ... Bobbie

John Larch ... Maury

Tony Lo Bianco ... Tony Calabrese

Scott Brady ... Vinnie

Claudette Nevins ... Ellen Calabrese

Rex Holman ... Don

Kenneth Tobey ... McWalters (as Ken Tobey)

Mews Small ... Shirley (as Marya Small)
Arell Blanton ... Policeman #1

Mwako Cumbuka ... Willy
James McCallion ... Charlie
Fred Villani ... Driver
T.J. Castronovo ... Officer #2 (as Tom Castronova)
Tom Stewart ... Norm

Morris Buchanan ... Detective #1
Thomas Trujillo ... Little Tony
Dorrie Thomson ... Girl
DeVera Marcus ... Lady (as Dee Marcus)
Constance Pfeifer ... Sobbing Woman (as Constance Pfeiffer)
Mark Giardino ... Man

Patrick Cranshaw ... Man #2 (as Pat Cranshaw)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Ten Year Honeymoon

23 October 1973
The ten-year honeymoon concerned a pair of ... policemen! But even the best things in life come to an end. Divorce threatens when Shaner, one of the two men starts developing a strange, unpredictable behavior.

Claude Akins ... Ken Shaner

Verna Bloom ... Elizabeth Shaner

Paul Burke ... Al Boyd
Michael Baseleon ... Sgt. Diaz
Ben Hammer ... Sgt. Glasser
Pepper Martin ... Orsini
Anthony James ... Dwight Haxlon
Philip Kenneally ... Dowell

Robert Ito ... Dr. Decano

Cliff Osmond ... Irate Motorist
Ben Frank ... Calvello
Stack Pierce ... Rowley
Barry Atwater ... Capt. Torrey

Jack Donner ... Henslowe
Ron Pinkard ... Christie
Don McGovern ... Sgt. Atwood

Conrad E. Palmisano ... Cop Killer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Violent Homecoming

30 October 1973
Sgt. Gaitan, a former Latino gang member, works to tamp down tensions between two gangs after the younger brother of one member is gunned down on the street.

Pedro Armendáriz Jr. ... Joe Gaitan (as Pedro Armendariz Jr.)
Sean Garrison ... Detective Robert Scott

Stephen McNally ... Captain McWilliams

Lyle Bettger ... Sergeant Allison
Lenore Stevens ... Nurse Irene Sandoval (as Lenore Stevens Lopez)
Felice Orlandi ... Fernandez

Pepe Serna ... Phil Diaz

Richard Yniguez ... Arturo Perez
William Stevens ... Transportation Officer

Stafford Morgan ... Det. Callender
Hank Stohl ... Detective
Rosa Turich ... Mrs. Diaz
Hal K. Dawson ... Older Drunk
Julio Medina ... Priest
Larry Delaney ... Officer
Michael A. Salcido ... Aguilar (as Mike Salcido)
Harv Selsby ... Officer (as Harve Selsby)
Valentin Robles ... Arrestee
Artie Spain ... Desk Sgt.

Charles Guardino ... Detective

Dean Stewart ... Officer (as Marvin Dean Stewart)
Alex Curi ... Enrique Diaz

Season 1, Episode 5: The Ho Chi Minh Trail

6 November 1973
Police Academy Cadet Mark Randolph is recruited, days before his graduation, by the narcotics squad to go undercover and infiltrate a drug operation.

George Maharis ... Sgt. Hank Delany

Clifton Davis ... Mark Randolph

Herb Edelman ... Joe Farintino

Raymond St. Jacques ... Charlie Sykes

Bernie Hamilton ... Bo Tate

Antonio Fargas ... Harpie

Donald Woods ... Dr. Chambers
Ed Bernard ... Russ Adams
Aldine King ... Lisa

Ken Lynch ... Officer Chick Macy
Michael Norell ... The Federal Man
Alan Weeks ... T Bone
Bob Delegall ... June Bug

Cal Bartlett ... Instructor
Bobi Stewart ... Nurse
James Turner ... Little Boy

Rufus Thomas ... Blackberry

Season 1, Episode 6: Collision Course

20 November 1973
Veteran officer Vince LaSorda has a rookie officer in his patrol car, and he doesn't like it one bit - the rookie is a woman.
Sue Ane Langdon ... Jean Culhane

Dean Stockwell ... Ott

Jerry Lee Lewis ... Bates

Murray Hamilton ... Watch Commander Joe Hardesty

Hugh O'Brian ... Vincent LaSorda
Rosemary DeCamp ... the Grocery Owner

Gregory Walcott ... the Cadillac Driver
Joy Bang ... the Rape Victim - Gloria
Joe De Nicola ... 1st Officer (as J.D. Nicols)

John Dennis ... 2nd Drunk

Bert Holland ... Jean's Father
Dan Ferrone ... 2nd Sheriff

Shirley Jo Finney ... Officer
Linda Chandler ... Policewoman
Edward Marshall ... Border Inspector
Joella Deffenbaugh ... Dispatcher

Ed Fury ... Officer
Gregory Enton ... Teenage Attendant
Otto Felix ... 3rd Officer
Rhoda Williams ... Woman at Border
Jennifer Kallis ... Child at Border
Harvey Fisher ... 1st Sheriff
Ralph James ... Bowling Alley Manager
Candace Howerton ... Woman at Bowling Alley (as Candice Howerton)
Casey Connors ... Policewoman
Robert Courtleigh ... Man at Border

Season 1, Episode 7: Death on Credit

27 November 1973
Det. Rick Cavelli goes undercover to investigate a theft ring that specializes in department stores and is involved in at least two murders.

John Saxon ... Rick Calvelli

Laraine Stephens ... Patti

Tina Louise ... Anita

Rory Calhoun ... Pete Eastman

David Canary ... Wally Baker

Howard Duff ... Harry Blodgett

David Brian ... Borenson
James Luisi ... Toby (as Jim Luisi)
Mel Scott ... K.T.

John Bennett Perry ... Chick
Eric Server ... Tony
Joel Lawrence ... Officer (as J.H. Lawrence)
Ann Morrison ... Housekeeper
Dominique Pinassi ... Judy
Julie Licker ... Ellie
Elven Havard ... Partner (as Elvenn Havard)
Adele Claire ... Woman Shopper
Dorrie Thomson ... Liz

Linda Dano ... Girl #1
Luanne Roberts ... Girl #2
Dick Hitt ... Clerk

Season 1, Episode 8: The Big Walk

4 December 1973
Veteran beat cop Jack Bonner shows rookie Freddie Archer the ropes while walking the beat, and is accused in court of sexual molestation by a young woman on trial for driving while intoxicated.

Don Murray ... Jack Bonner

Dorothy Provine ... Harriett Bonner (as Dorothy Provine Day)

Lynda Day George ... Angela Wilson

Ahna Capri ... Miss Hadley

Noah Beery Jr. ... Hecker (as Noah Beery)
Robert Sampson ... Lieutenant Tober

John Kerr ... Prosecutor

Jeff Corey ... Defense Attorney

Larry Wilcox ... Freddie Archer

Val Avery ... Steve

Regis Toomey ... Judge

Otis Day ... Operator (as DeWayne Jessie)
Tom Hayden ... Patrolman
Christopher Joy ... Lucky (as Christipher Joy)

Eddie Quillan ... Sally
Al Dunlap ... Manager
H.B. Barnum ... Nicky

Conrad E. Palmisano ... Young Druggie (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Man on a Rack

11 December 1973
Koster, a detective with "the reputation as a man who cuts corners," arrives at the scene of a store robbery, sees an armed man running away, confronts him, and shoots him. But the man was an off-duty cop who was chasing the crook.

Martin Balsam ... Det. Al Koster

James Olson ... Sgt. Walters

Kim Hunter ... Rose Koster

Jack Carter ... Artie Panzer

A Martinez ... Bermudez

Henry Beckman ... Garbash
Harry Davis ... Mr. Golden
John Lasell ... the Captain

Sally Kirkland ... Artie's Woman
William Wintersole ... the Bald I.A. Man
Pedro Regas ... Mr. Mercardo

Jill Jaress ... the Dancer

Lee Delano ... Lieutenant
Glenn Robards ... Gray I. A. Man (as Glen Robards)
Richard Kennedy ... 1st Detective

Squire Fridell ... Mod I. A. Man

Al Hansen ... Redhaired I. A. Man
Henry Allin ... Fat Man

William Bassett ... Psychologist (as William H. Bassett)
Peter D. Greene ... Sylvestri
Mario Machado ... TV Newscaster
Gina Alvarado ... Mrs. Mercardo
Jorge Cervera Jr. ... Chicano (as George Cervera Jr.)
Georgia Schmidt ... Mrs. Golden
Roxanna Bonilla-Giannini ... Mrs. Badillo (uncredited)

Peter Santana ... Bermudez's son (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Line of Fire

18 December 1973


Jan-Michael Vincent ... Dave Hauser (as Jan Michael Vincent)

Alex Cord ... Scully

Cameron Mitchell ... Arnie Holcombe
Robert Viharo ... Charles Runkle

Brooke Bundy ... Edna Hauser

Paul Carr ... Lucas Kagel
Ed Gilbert ... Gorman (as Edmund Gilbert)
Ben Frank ... Gross
Richard Drout Miller ... Frazier
Trent Dolan ... Cooks
Scott Williams ... Watts

Henry Brown ... Henninger
Paul Henry Itkin ... Bernasconi

William Challee ... Old Man
Russell Thorson ... Dana

Lillian Bronson ... Lady

Cal Bartlett ... Sgt. Decker
Milt Kogan ... Terwilliger
Otis Greene ... Sergeant Rider

Season 1, Episode 11: Chain of Command

8 January 1974
Capt. Steve Calvino has to fight his superiors to get extra manpower to hunt down a cop-killer who may have racial motivations.

Stuart Whitman ... Capt. Steve Calvino

Janet MacLachlan ... Frankie (as Janet Mac Lachlan)

Edmond O'Brien ... Chief Frank Modeer

Charles McGraw ... Lt. Mears (as Charles Mc Graw)

Patty McCormack ... Marie Hall (as Patty Mc Cormack)
Rockne Tarkington ... Leonard Gardner
Burr DeBenning ... Sgt. Joe Harper
Ed Bernard ... Sgt. Collins
Antony Carbone ... Detective Evans
Bill Walker ... Minister
Carl Byrd ... Scarne
Sylvester Words ... Phil Pierce (as Sil Words)

John Reilly ... Officer #2
Robert Hover ... Drillmaster (as Bob Hover)
Mark Giardano ... Ferraro
Bert Kramer ... Officer Lampert
Wayne Heffley ... Sergeant #2
William Chilles ... Officer Weber
Sally Carter-Ihnat ... Janice Magill (as Sally Ihnat)
Ward Bensen ... Engel (as Ward Benson)
William Molloy ... Hayes
Jerry Ayres ... Officer Kilda
John McCann ... Wallis

Marc Alaimo ... Police Officer

Season 1, Episode 12: Countdown: Part 1

15 January 1974
Sgt. Joe LaFrieda becomes the target of a Chicago mob family after he fatally shoots a younger son who was burglarizing a bottling plant.

Vic Morrow ... Sergeant Joe LaFrieda

Tige Andrews ... Blodgett

Laraine Stephens ... Jenny LaFrieda

Michael Callan ... Eddie Parent

John Randolph ... George Morris

Scott Marlowe ... Terry Young

Joe Santos ... Sally Pickle
Jennifer Billingsley ... Lorraine

Anjanette Comer ... Constantina

Scott Brady ... Vinnie

Ray Danton ... Johnny Landres

Anthony Caruso ... Martin (as Tony Caruso)
Paul Stevens ... Jack Pollard

Christiane Schmidtmer ... Hilda (as Christine Schmidtmer)
Taylor Lacher ... Toby O'Brien

John Bennett Perry ... Chick
Mel Scott ... K.T.
Dominique Pinassi ... Vicki
Robert Riesel ... Detective Calahan

Jay Ingram ... Detective Dunlap
Frank Castellano ... Lloyd Adams
Buddy Ochoa ... Gate Guard
Clint Young ... Driver

Season 1, Episode 13: Countdown: Part 2

23 January 1974


Vic Morrow ... Sgt. Joe LaFrieda

Tige Andrews ... Blodgett

Laraine Stephens ... Jenny LaFrieda

Scott Marlowe ... Terry Young

Joe Santos ... Sally Pickle
Jennifer Billingsley ... Lorraine

Ina Balin ... Martha Coleman

Anjanette Comer ... Constantina

Ray Danton ... Johnny Landres
Paul Stevens ... Jack Pollard

Lana Wood ... June Lang
Taylor Lacher ... Toby O'Brien

John Bennett Perry ... Chick
Mel Scott ... K.T.
Dominique Pinassi ... Vicki
Phillip Pine ... Deputy Chief Warren
Jim Malinda ... Salkow
Tiana ... Lani
Virginia Ann Lee ... Tina
Joan Anita Parker ... Telephone Supervisor (as Joan Parker)
Lola Mason ... Woman
Annik Borel ... Woman in Bed
Eric Lawson ... Arline Clerk
Richard E. Kalk ... 2nd Detective (as Richard Kalk)
Alma Beltran ... Maid
John Kirk Gregory ... Dispatcher

Michael Callan ... Eddie Parent

Anthony Caruso ... Martin (as Tony Caruso)

John Randolph ... George Morris

Season 1, Episode 14: Cop in the Middle

29 January 1974


Christopher George ... Doug Rollins

Glenn Corbett ... Val

John Ericson ... Lieutenant Charlie Parks
Albert Paulsen ... Reggie

Brandon Cruz ... Victor Rollins

Abby Dalton ... Liz Rollins

Scott Brady ... Vinnie

Ken Swofford ... Morgan

Sid Haig ... Dell
Tom Reddin ... Police Chief

Don 'Red' Barry ... Wolfe (as Don Barry)
Todd Martin ... Lieutenant Avery
Robert Casper ... Apartment Manager
Robert Karvelas ... Desk Man
Peter Colt ... Sergeant

Henry Corden ... Deputy Chief Driscoll (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: The Ripper

12 February 1974
Detectives Hallett and Baker hunt a serial killer who is attacking and mutilating gay men.

Season 1, Episode 16: Country Boy

19 February 1974
Cadets Crawford, Ryan, and Keegan struggle to get through the Police Academy.

Kurt Russell ... J.D. Crawford

Gary Collins ... Bill Ryan

Jeremy Slate ... Officer Spencer
Jason Evers ... Sergeant Arnold

Clu Gulager ... Tim Keegan

Gail Strickland ... Julie Keegan
Michele Nichols ... Mary Lou Crawford
Art Aragon ... Ramon Garcia
Noah Keen ... Sergeant Trivers
Richard Drout Miller ... Officer Mandel
Kenneth O'Brien ... Psycho (as Ken O'Brien)
Bobbi Jordan ... Lois Bradford
John Gruber ... Owens
Dale Tarter ... Recruit #3
Arline Anderson ... Woman
Bob Goldstein ... Sergeant
Milt Kogan ... Officer Phillips

Jack Perkins ... Brawler
Robert F. Hoy ... Jimmy (as Bob Hoy)
Ted Grossman ... Ned

Marc Alaimo ... Officer Baker (as Mark Alaimo)

Chuck Hicks ... Vickers
Mary Munday ... Irate Woman
Jim Waring ... Hathaway (as James Waring)

Tim Haldeman ... Rathburn
George Crosby ... Quinn
William Pullen ... Lieutenant
Julie Ann Johnson ... Nancy Gillis
Fil Formicola ... Tracy
Derrel Maury ... 1st Kid

Charles Fleischer ... 2nd Kid

Season 1, Episode 17: The Hunters

26 February 1974
Detectives Calabrese and Jameson become emotionally involved in a robbery/homicide/rape crime spree when a friend becomes a victim. Originally aired on Oct 23, 1973. This title was changed from "The Hunters" to "Big John Morrison".

Tony Lo Bianco ... Tony Calabrese

Don Meredith ... Bert Jameson

Jackie Cooper ... John Morrison

Dane Clark ... Lt. Pete Stohler

Sharon Farrell ... Bobbie

Nehemiah Persoff ... Fabrizzio

Frankie Avalon ... David Koslenko (as Frank Avalon)

Sal Mineo ... Stippy

Art Metrano ... Dominic

Joby Baker ... Macon

Mills Watson ... Mickey
Milton Selzer ... Lou Gold

Claudette Nevins ... Ellen Calabrese

Clark Howat ... Man in Bar

Jack Soo ... Taiske
Kazuko Sakura ... Yumiko

Allen Jenkins ... Greenspan
Thomas Trujillo ... Little Tony

Barney Phillips ... Barnes

Meg Wyllie ... Old Woman
Grayce Spence ... Woman
Jack Bailey ... Riley
Marilyn Nix ... Waitress
Dorrie Thomson ... Peggy Lennon
Scott Ben-Yashar ... Stanley Gold (as Scott Ehrlich)

Lois January ... Studio Owner

Peter Ford ... Officer
Richard Alan Knox ... Officer #2
Reinita Golenor ... Policewoman
Paul Micale ... Bartender
Fletcher Bryant ... Detective
Michael Santiago ... Detective (as Ike Urrutia)

Season 1, Episode 18: Wyatt Earp Syndrome

5 March 1974
Officer Nations is feeling the strain, in both his job and his personal life, of trying to solve all the world's ills from his patrol car.

Cliff Gorman ... Curt Nations

Smokey Robinson ... Hawkins

Mel Ferrer ... Dr. Ross

Scott Brady ... Vinnie

Harry Guardino ... Di Marco

Kim Darby ... Barbara Nations

Arthur Franz ... Professor
Michael Baseleon ... Davidson
Phillip R. Allen ... Ellison

James Murtaugh ... Mr. Peters (as Jim Murtaugh)
David Roy ... Boy Driver

Clark Howat ... Man (as Clark Howatt)
Bert Kramer ... Detective
Jack Bailey ... Riley
Bruce Fairbairn ... Jerry / 1st Student
Betsy Jones-Moreland ... Motel Owner #2
Bernie Kuby ... Mgt. Easy Hrs. Motel
George Kramer ... Lindberg
Alan Hunt ... Doyle
Karen Klein ... Girl
Leslie Vallen ... Nurse
Leigh Webb ... Ambulance Attendant
Tony Haig ... 2nd Student

Kim Richards ... Melanie Peters (uncredited)
Carol Ann Warder ... Debbie Nations (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Fingerprint

12 March 1974
Charlie Ryan feels he is in a rut as a Forensics and Fingerprint detective.

Earl Holliman ... Sergeant Charlie Ryan

Tim Matheson ... Allen Rich

Nita Talbot ... Terese

Nancy Walker ... Mrs. Cohen

James Gregory ... Sergeant Bob Harris

Macdonald Carey ... Mr. Austin

Mary Ann Mobley ... Liz

Martha Scott ... Mary Ryan

Pat Crowley ... Ellie

Tom Stern ... Marty
Jeff Donnell ... Martha

Bert Freed ... Burt Cohen
Gwenn Mitchell ... Anna
Jerry Fogel ... Bucher
John Kellogg ... Lieutenant Ben Karp (as John Kellog)
Dick Yarmy ... Cab Driver
Ed Call ... Ollie
Clint Ritchie ... Detective Franklin
Eve McVeagh ... Ethel
Gloria Delaney ... Woman #2
Sarina C. Grant ... Woman #1 (as Sarina Grant)
Mary Eagle ... Clerk
Katherine Kallis ... Patsy Ann
Vivian Brown ... Betty
Bart Burns ... Prosecutor
Scott Williams ... Officer

Season 1, Episode 20: Chief

19 March 1974


John Forsythe ... Sam McCullough

Barbara Rush ... Kay McCullough

Gary Conway ... Bill Roche

Ralph Meeker ... Sergeant Emit Howard

Lincoln Kilpatrick ... Sergeant Brucker

Pernell Roberts ... Charlie Rivas

Michael Ansara ... Dr. Alvarez

Lloyd Bochner ... Mayor Langdon
Michael Margotta ... Cateman
Pepper Martin ... Manny Urias
Phillip Pine ... Brower (as Philip Pine)
Ted Gehring ... The Sergeant
Lou Krugman ... The Motel Manager
Sam Chew Jr. ... Powell (as Sam Chew)
Tom Hayden ... Frederickson
Dudley Knight ... Styles

Martin Kove ... Officer #2
Pilar Del Rey ... Mrs. Perez
Michael Stearns ... Officer #1
Brunetta Barnett ... Mrs. Jordan
Paul Gehrman ... Metro Officer
Angela Greene ... Woman

Brent Davis ... Officer
Bruce Powers ... Officer
Mina Martinez ... Woman
Natalie Core ... Mary
Jack Griffin ... Brewery Worker
Garrison True ... Reporter

Season 1, Episode 21: The Gamble

26 March 1974
Police Woman Lisa Beaumont joins Sgt. Crowley's vice squad. Their target is an illegal gambling operation. The operation is run by Carl Vitale and Lisa goes undercover to get inside the ring to win Vitale's trust. The police soon learn they could bust something much bigger than just Vitale when they discover he runs several private casinos all over town.

Angie Dickinson ... Lisa

Bert Convy ... Crowley

Cesare Danova ... Harold

Peter Brown ... Lloyd

Joseph Campanella ... Vitale

Corinne Calvet ... Annabelle

Jeff Morrow ... George
Ed Bernard ... Styles
Charles Dierkop ... Royster

John Kerr ... Dr. Ullman
Jay Adler ... Taglivini
Kirk Mee ... The Cop

Herb Armstrong ... Jesse Carter

Jimmy Lydon ... Gambler
Tony Giorgio ... Cashier

Charles Guardino ... Metro Cop
Ril Raden ... Heavy #1
Eddie Baker ... Heavy #2
Nicole Kallis ... Cheryl
Edward Rayden ... Danny (as Eddie Rayden)
T.J. Castronovo ... Bartender (as Tom Castronova)
Reinita Golenor ... Woman at Party
Paul Hansen ... Man at Party
William Lanphear ... 3rd Detective

Porter Fowler ... 1st Detective
Jimmy Hayes ... 1st Player
Louis H. Kelly ... Croupier (as Lou Kelly)
Diana Hale ... Secretary

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: A Dangerous Age

10 September 1974


Edward Asner ... Arch Tatum
David Huffman ... T. Byron Bentley

Scott Brady ... Vinnie

Albert Salmi ... Harry

Janis Paige ... Harry's Wife

Tom Drake ... Kirk Jackson

Ken Swofford ... Alfonso Taluga
Richard Drout Miller ... Flagler
Ted Gehring ... 'Red' Bauer
Frederick Herrick ... Youth #1
Todd Martin ... Lt. Merrick

Marc Alaimo ... Barbarosa
Paul Sorensen ... Sgt. Rutland (as Paul Sorenson)

Jay Ingram ... Det. Fowler
Juney Ellis ... Elderly Woman (as June C. Ellis)
Jorge Cervera Jr. ... Chicano (as George Cervera)
Peter Jacob ... Percy Aguero
Carmen Martinez ... Jackson's Woman
James McCallion ... Rag Picker
George Clifton ... Medic Mowery
Denny Macko ... Youth #2

Season 2, Episode 2: Requiem for C.Z. Smith

17 September 1974
Charlie Czonka resurrects his alter ego, pimp CZ Smith, to catch a murderer who mutilates prostitutes.

James Farentino ... Charlie Czonka

Bruce Davison ... Clyde Griffiths

Tina Louise ... April

Janet Margolin ... Marilyn Czonka

Frankie Avalon ... Lee

Tim O'Connor ... Sgt. Mathew Carrothers
Hari Rhodes ... Sonny DuPrix

Harry Guardino ... Sergeant Keitlinger

Marsha Hunt ... Mrs. Griffiths
Felice Orlandi ... Detective Diaz

Paul Mantee ... Surveillance Detective
James Daris ... Erric

Jill Jaress ... Jillie
Mary Wilcox ... Evelyn
Booth Colman ... Pathologist
Lenore Kasdorf ... Pearl
Lisa Moore ... Margie
Karen Philipp ... May
Keith Walker ... Policeman
Chanin Hale ... Sue

William 'Billy' Benedict ... Prescott (as William Benedict)
Bert Williams ... Walters
Phillip Simms ... Bartender
Janaire ... Waitress
Steve London ... Technician
Larry Simpasa ... Pimp
Brick Huston ... I.H.D. Policeman
Hank Stohl ... S. I. D. Technician
Jimmy Don Moore ... Bartender

Michael Gregory ... First Gambler
Charles Rowe Rook ... Newsman
Barbara Collentine ... Waitress

Jeannie Bell ... Jo (as Jeanie Bell)
Brande Howard ... June

Season 2, Episode 3: Robbery: 48 Hours

24 September 1974
Lt. Bruckner leads the Robbery Squad through a two-day run of holdups, big and small.

Jackie Cooper ... Lt. Bruckner

Joe Santos ... Det. George Cordova

Jeremy Slate ... Det. Hillary

Glenn Corbett ... Det. Pruett
Sammy Jackson ... Abner
Burr DeBenning ... Det. Donnelly
Shelly Novack ... Nagley
Ray Young ... Charlie Crown
Ed Gilbert ... Lt. Kinkade (as Edmund Gilbert)

John Crawford ... Sgt. Riles
Phillip Pine ... Deputy Chief Connelly
Anthony James ... Van Dyke
Noam Pitlik ... Det. Epstein
Pepper Martin ... Det. Urias

Lee de Broux ... Det. Innes (as Lee DeBroux)

David Dukes ... Lamont

Davis Roberts ... Snitch Johnson

Jason Wingreen ... Littlejohn
George Kramer ... Greene
Rudolph Willrich ... Frugg
David S. Cass Sr. ... Shavers (as David Cass)
Paula Victor ... Woman
Peter Colt ... Patrolman #2
Scott Williams ... Policeman #1
Richard Drout Miller ... Rassmusson

Royce D. Applegate ... Gorman (as Roy Applegate)

Tony Perez ... Gilbert Ruiz (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Fathers and Sons

1 October 1974

Tony Musante ... Joe Basic

Kaz Garas ... Gene Davis

Richard Jaeckel ... Sergeant Wilson
Ramon Bieri ... Josef Stavo
Elaine Joyce ... Lurene

Harold Gould ... Andrea Basic
Titos Vandis ... Vadja Petrovic
Jay Varela ... Sergeant Perez
Gary Krawford ... The Public Defender

Peter Coe ... Ivo Markovic

Lance Kerwin ... Joey Jr.
Lili Valenty ... Mrs. Vlasic
Brooks Rogers ... Court Judge
Joseph V. Perry ... Police Sgt. #1 (as Joseph Perry)
Tina Menard ... Mrs. Chavez

Migdia Chinea ... Linda (as Migdia Varela)
Neil Elliot ... Merrick
Yuki Shimoda ... 1st Officer
Ralph Smiley ... Maitre 'D
Nicole Kallis ... Girl

Sal Ponti ... Son

Season 2, Episode 5: World Full of Hurt

8 October 1974


Paul Burke ... Matt Prescott

James Gregory ... Tom Herrschafft

Susan Oliver ... Rina Prescott

Diane McBain ... Mrs. Thompson

Gale Sondergaard ... Marge White
Nancy Wilson ... Kelly Craig
Tamu Blackwell ... Lisa Booker (as Tamu)
Frank Marth ... Lieutenant Barney Davis

Wanda Hendrix ... Sandra

Stanley Bennett Clay ... Doggie (as Stanley Clay)
Arline Anderson ... Gladys Anderson
Eleanor Zee ... The Clerk
Ralph James ... Trick
Moosie Drier ... Kevin Prescott
Cindy Henderson ... Cheryl Prescott
Owen Pace ... Punk #1

Marland Proctor ... Officer #3
Bob Golden ... Sergeant (as Robert Golden)

Don Marshall ... Chuck (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Glamour Boy

29 October 1974
Detectives Tony Calabrese and Bert Jameson try to hold onto a charming bank robber, which proves to be more difficult than actually catching him.

Tony Lo Bianco ... Tony Calabrese

Don Meredith ... Bert Jameson

David Doyle ... Harry Dunnhill

Bettye Ackerman ... Martha Dunnhill

Rod Cameron ... Lieutenant Tracey

Michael Callan ... Willie

Joanna Pettet ... Adria

Larry Hagman ... Alan Robert Richardson

Claudette Nevins ... Ellen Calabrese
Barry Atwater ... Lieutenant Harmon

Kenneth Tobey ... Det. Fowler
Lynette Mettey ... Waitress #2 (as Lynnette Mettey)
Walter Burke ... Joey

Beverly Adams ... Alicia

Tom Reese ... Warder

Stuart Nisbet ... Mr. Johns

Byron Morrow ... the Bank Manager

Dave Willock ... the Bellman (as David Willock)
Al Checco ... Arden

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Maitre 'D (as Oscar Beregi)
William Tregoe ... Assistant Manager
Peter Colt ... Patrolman
Stan Duke ... Officer

Lisa Todd ... Waitress #1
Jerry Daniels ... Sgt.
William Kent McConnell ... Peter
Fred Slyter ... Tom
Wade Graham ... Detective #1

Season 2, Episode 7: Across the Line

12 November 1974
Joe Benton is taken off the surveillance squad after being involved in too many stakeouts that ended violently, so Sgt. Barrett drafts him for his narcotics squad investigating the "Mexican Connection."

James Wainwright ... Sergeant Joe Benton

Linda Cristal ... Estrella Rodriguez
Alejandro Rey ... Metrano

Scott Brady ... Vinnie
Valentin de Vargas ... Freddy Aguilar (as Val de Vargas)

Charles McGraw ... Captain McKinnes

Chuck Connors ... Sergeant Barrett

Frank DeKova ... Perez (as Frank de Kova)
Lloyd Gough ... Blodgett
Alex Colon ... Raoul Hernandez
Roberto Contreras ... Chavez
Ray Camacho ... Ochoa
Mel Scott ... K. T.
Mark Giardino ... Sally
James Almanzar ... Cashier

Dean Smith ... Varner
Angel Carter ... Mexican Dancer
Tony Cortez ... Waiter

John Bennett Perry ... Sgt. Chick Torpi (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Wolf

19 November 1974
Sgt. Wolf Bozeman, a gung ho street cop who lives through his job, tries to cope with the prospect of losing that job due to his deteriorating health.

Lloyd Bridges ... Sgt. Wolf Bozeman

Shelley Fabares ... Annette Weiner

Tim O'Connor ... Capt. Faulkner

Scott Brady ... Vinnie

Norman Fell ... Sgt. Dell
Christopher Connelly ... Officer Randy Weiner

Jack Ging ... Sgt. Valeir
Shelly Novack ... Officer Pulaski

John Vivyan ... Sgt. Grady
Ted Gehring ... Morley
Pat Delaney ... Miss Cotter

Paul Carr ... Officer Brinkley
Paul Henry Itkin ... Officer Richey
Than Wyenn ... the Doctor
Carl Byrd ... Officer Colt
Todd Martin ... Sgt. St. George
David Knapp ... Officer Palmer
Karen Klein ... Girl
Geoffrey Land ... Romeo Silt
John Levin ... Emery
Walt Davis ... Officer Coolidge

Season 2, Episode 9: Love, Mabel

26 November 1974
Detectives investigate a series of murders of homeless men along the piers.

Michael Learned ... Linda Keitlinger

Dean Stockwell ... Detective Giacino

Peter Brown ... Chuck

Larry Storch ... Willy

John Russell ... Lieutenant Galvin

Aldo Ray ... Capt. Eagle

Royal Dano ... Drivas

Raymond St. Jacques ... Chris Massey

William Shatner ... Sergeant Bill Keitlinger

R.G. Armstrong ... Elwood Fraser
Ryan MacDonald ... Noonan
Richard X. Slattery ... Guard
Nate Esformes ... Deputy District Attorney
Flora Plumb ... Gail

Daniel Keough ... Rhodes (as Dan Keough)
Anne Wyndham ... Terry
Abigail Shelton ... Caryl
Burr Smidt ... Photographer

George Wyner ... Public Defender
Janet Dey ... Girl Scout Leader
Scott Arthur Allen ... Uniformed Cop (as Scott Allan)
Thomas Bellin ... Lab Technician
Arnold Mesches ... Duffy
Kenneth Washington ... Booking Officer
Shannon Redding ... Cocktail Waitress
Elinor Dorn ... Waitress
January L'Angelle ... Girl Scout (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Explosion

3 December 1974
Detectives Bert Jameson and Tony Calabrese try to catch an extortionist who leaves remote-control bombs at his targets.

Tony Lo Bianco ... Tony Calabrese

Don Meredith ... Bert Jameson

Dane Clark ... Lt. Harmon

Joanna Moore ... Lisa Roberts

Marie Windsor ... Mrs. Kane

Claudette Nevins ... Ellen Calabrese

Val Avery ... Sgt. Mahler

Donna Mills ... Betty Johnson

Don Most ... Arthur Kane (as Donny Most)

John Lupton ... Mannon
Joshua Shelley ... Jackie Lenihan
Lewis Charles ... Jules Miller

Stanley Adams ... Wills
Vivian Brown ... Mrs. Lane
Milt Kogan ... Dep. Sheriff
William Dozier ... Rodgers
Gary Cashdollar ... Rich
Christopher L. O'Brien ... 2nd Detective (as Chris O'Brien)
Brett Hadley ... Bainbridge
Robert Brubaker ... Capt. Rayburn
Grant Owens ... Sergeant

Elizabeth Kerr ... Old Lady
Arne Warde ... Squadman (as Arne Warda)

Robert Gooden ... 2nd Bombman
Jenny Sherman ... Clerk

Season 2, Episode 11: Captain Hook

17 December 1974
A police officer fights the brass to keep his spot as a beat cop after he loses his right hand to a package bomb.

David Birney ... Officer Joe Waldron

Dennis Cole ... Officer Ted Stuart

Richard Egan ... Lieutenant Dan Barton

Kim Darby ... Jennie Hill
Barry Atwater ... Sergeant Jennings
Timothy Blake ... Betty
Phillip Pine ... The Deputy Chief
Ben Frank ... Fred
Amanda McBroom ... Evelyn Stuart

Jack Collins ... Officer Clancy
Joe Di Reda ... The Watch Commander
Lew Horn ... The Chief Teller
Joe Renteria ... Officer Garcia
T.J. Castronovo ... Training Sgt. (as Tom Castronova)
Lance Taylor Sr. ... The Elderly Pool Player

Marian Collier ... The Nurse

Davis Roberts ... Holden
Stack Pierce ... JoJo

Shirley Jo Finney ... Maud

Gordon Jump ... Dr. Murphy

Herb Voland ... Wilkins (as Herbert Voland)
Tina Menard ... Mexican Woman
Sean Morgan ... Minister
Larry Simpasa ... Saul
Paul Micale ... Tailor
Gerry Lock ... Mother
Ralph Montgomery ... Dad

Season 2, Episode 12: Incident in the Kill Zone

7 January 1975


Jan-Michael Vincent ... Warren Yates

Scott Brady ... Vinnie

Lyle Bettger ... Commander Tully

Joseph Wambaugh ... Truxton

Sorrell Booke ... Herbie

James Farentino ... Sgt. K.K. 'King' Sherman

Cliff Osmond ... Faust
Robert Sampson ... George Eaton

Austin Stoker ... Ed Paltz

Stanley Kamel ... Schuyler Dobbs
Ed Gilbert ... Lt. Penn (as Edmund Gilbert)

Charles Drake ... Cmdr. Roscoe

John Karlen ... Rush
Richard Drout Miller ... Pelham
Paul Henry Itkin ... Lew Nedrow

Ron Masak ... Dr. Willard Melrose
Jerry Fogel ... Officer Dalton

John Goddard ... Sergeant McGraw
Mary Munday ... Mrs. Faust
Mady Maguire ... Terry
Jerry Daniels ... Pawlings
Carolyn Stellar ... Mrs. Dobbs
George Kramer ... Oxford
Gary Cashdollar ... Detective
Bill Coleman ... Hall
Josh Albee ... Son
Michael Stearns ... Evans
Ril Raden ... Poland
Tom Ormeny ... Witherbee
Carlo Grasso ... Hostage
Brooke Hudson ... Cop 1973

Season 2, Episode 13: Headhunter

14 January 1975
IA Det. Sgt. Stiles investigates an indecent exposure charge against a veteran officer, resulting in the officer's dismissal. Months later, the exposure complainant confesses to a years-old murder, and subsequently raises doubt on his original testimony.

Don Murray ... Sergeant Stiles

Michael Anderson Jr. ... Leonard Cates

Joan Leslie ... Mary Devereux

Scott Brady ... Vinnie

William Elliott ... Sergeant Gage (as Bill Elliott)

Shani Wallis ... Janet Stiles

Howard Duff ... Sgt. Virgil Devereux
James Luisi ... Sergeant Reeger

Madlyn Rhue ... Sue Ellen

George DiCenzo ... Andrus

Steve Brodie ... The Chairman
Rudy Solari ... Marz

Leonard Stone ... Lt. Galvin

Whit Bissell ... Police Chief

Luke Askew ... Nicholson
Paul Savior ... Corbin

Gary Vinson ... Frank Cates

Walter Brooke ... Lt. Belden
Joe Maross ... Dr. Berman
Michael Fox ... Lab Technician
Kirby Furlong ... Kenny Devereaux
Richmond Johnson ... Assistant Police Chief (as Richmond F. Johnson)
Bebe Kelly ... Katie
Paul Sorensen ... Desk Officer
Joseph Hoover ... I. A. Man #1
Alfonso Williams ... I. A. Man #2
Ray Galvin ... Kitchen Worker

Season 2, Episode 14: Year of the Dragon: Part 1

21 January 1975
Det. John Darrin uses his experience in Chinatown to find the gang members who robbed a restaurant and killed one of the employees.

Robert Culp ... Detective John Darrin
Wayne Maunder ... Detective Fred Webber

Laraine Stephens ... Laura Darrin

Edward Binns ... Lieutenant O'Brien

Godfrey Cambridge ... Willis Johnson

Joe Garagiola ... Det. Crownshield (as Joseph Garagiola)
JoAnna Linn ... Gloria Liu (as Jo Anna Linn)

Benson Fong ... Attorney William Liu

Jack Soo ... Bruce Chan

Ken Swofford ... Officer Turner
George Chiang ... Soon Bok
Frank Michael Liu ... Officer John Quo

Max Showalter ... John Barron

Brian Tochi ... Louis Han
Evan C. Kim ... Jerry Fong (as Evan Kim)
Pat Li ... Alice Liu

Jesse Dizon ... Jess Ling
Pepe Callahan ... Paramedic

Jerry Fujikawa ... Shop Owner
Tommy Lee ... Lim Fong
Ray Victor ... Officer Garcia

Randy Powell ... Booking Officer
Frank Castellano ... Dr. Westing

Michael Paul Chan ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Year of the Dragon: Part 2

28 January 1975
Det. John Darrin has to keep his primary witness to the restaurant shooting alive, while searching for his Chinese gang snitch, who has been snatched by a rival gang.

Robert Culp ... Detective John Darrin
Wayne Maunder ... Detective Fred Webber

Laraine Stephens ... Laura Darrin

Edward Binns ... Lieutenant O'Brien
JoAnna Linn ... Gloria Liu (as Jo Anna Linn)

Benson Fong ... Attorney William Liu

Jack Soo ... Bruce Chan

Dick Butkus ... Sullivan
Greta Chi ... Barbara Chang
Frank Michael Liu ... Officer John Quo

Max Showalter ... Attorney John Barron

Clark Howat ... Judge Kinsolving
Nate Esformes ... The Deputy D. A.
Beulah Quo ... The Supervisor
Robert F. Hoy ... Dep. Anderson (as Robert Hoy)

Brian Tochi ... Louis Han
Evan C. Kim ... Jerry Fong
Pat Li ... Alice Liu

Jesse Dizon ... Jess Ling
Peter Colt ... Hamilton
Robert Sutton ... Detective (as Robert Raymond Sutton)
Ray Camacho ... Fernandez
Shizuko Hoshi ... Bin Han
David Knapp ... Communication Sgt.

George Cheung ... George Loo

Michael Paul Chan ... Teenage Extortionist (uncredited)
Beverly Kushida ... Wah Feng Gang Girl (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: To Steal a Million

4 February 1975
Detectives Grosser and Hyland know a big hotel heist is about to happen. They know who's involved, but they don't know which hotel or how to catch the thieves red-handed.
Barbara Anderson ... Rita Wagner

Pernell Roberts ... Sgt. Sal Grosser

Christopher Stone ... Sgt. Bob Hyland

Robert Brown ... Shelly Wagner

Pat Harrington Jr. ... Ray Boland (as Pat Harrington)

Anne Jeffreys ... Marie Tabor

Alex Cord ... Bill Stryker - The Cowboy

Henry Beckman ... Captain Calvelli

Vanessa Brown ... Mrs. Smythe

John Van Dreelen ... John Vander Veer

Jack Donner ... Meeks

George Wallace ... Douglas
Clint Ritchie ... Stevens
Jerry Strickler ... Kevin
Victor Caroli ... Collins

Donald Briggs ... Mullins

Sam Edwards ... Property Clerk
Julie Licker ... Mae
Lou Tiano ... Dolen
Lucetta Jenison ... Young Lady
James Burr Johnson ... 1-King-7 (as James-Burr Johnson)
Buddy Ochoa ... Bellboy

Chuck Hicks ... Thompson
Ron Burke ... Sleeper

Cosmo Sardo ... Barber

Season 2, Episode 17: Sniper

11 February 1975
Detectives Calabrese and Thorpe try to catch a sniper before he, or she, strikes again.

Tony Lo Bianco ... Det. Sgt. Tony Calabrese

Glenn Corbett ... Detective Don Thorpe

Dane Clark ... Detective Lt. David Harman

Marsha Hunt ... Dr. Partch
Alan Vint ... Mike Harris

Patty Duke ... Daniele (as Patty Duke Astin)

William Schallert ... Charles Shipman
Sheila Larken ... Diane Stewart

Jeff Morrow ... Dr. Steven Cowan
Christopher Cary ... Dr. Mark Ritter

Pamela Bellwood ... Judy Bartlett

Harry Basch ... Dr. Morgan
Ena Hartman ... Margaret
Milt Kogan ... The 1st Psychiatrist

Cindy Roberts ... Naomi
Robert Lussier ... 2nd Psychiatrist
Tony Cacciotti ... Officer #1
Thomas Bellin ... Granger
Luke Andreas ... 3rd Psychiatrist
Buddy Ochoa ... Officer #2

Chuck Hicks ... Gaines
Bob Golden ... Traffic Officer
Todd Shelhorse ... Timmie
Robert Lee Jarvis ... Range Master

Fred Lerner ... Stuart

Season 2, Episode 18: The Execution

18 February 1975
Detectives attempt to solve a double execution-style shooting, which one victim manages to survive.

Christopher George ... Lt. Dutch Bennett
Scoey Mitchell ... Investigator Jones

John Ericson ... Investigator Rick Logan

Sharon Farrell ... Kathy Sherman

Jonelle Allen ... Mary Sue

Edward Andrews ... Mort Shidell

Philip Carey ... Captain Ben Johnson

Felton Perry ... Clyde Williamson

Don Marshall ... Justin Sullivan
Rockne Tarkington ... Andrew Carver
Ellaraino ... Tracy Graves (as Ella Edwards)
Kirk Mee ... Asst. D. A. Lassen
Paul Savior ... Officer Sherman
Donna Andresen ... Jenny Bennett
Ray Vitte ... Alvin Lewis
Peter Colt ... Officer #3
Charles Weldon ... James Reed
Junero Jennings ... Allen
Kenneth Bell ... Willie
Nathaniel Taylor ... Thurman (as Nathaniel Jiti Hadi Taylor)
Lucetta Jenison ... Nurse
Fil Formicola ... Officer #1
James Hart ... Officer #2

Ahna Capri ... Jane

Season 2, Episode 19: The Man in the Shadows

25 February 1975
While breaking in new partner Ron Cruz, narcotics Det. Frank Dolan is drawn by a drug-related murder into pursuing an drug kingpin from out-of-town, who may be attempting to muscle his way into the local market.

Robert Forster ... Sgt. Frank Dolan

John Ireland ... Capt. Lowen

Pat Crowley ... Maggie Dolan

Joby Baker ... Harold

Michael Callan ... Tommy Galvin

Richard Yniguez ... Sgt. Ron Cruz

BarBara Luna ... Gloria Rivera (as Barbara Luna)
Ben Hammer ... Sgt. Irv Berman
Carlos Rivas ... Benny
Gil Serna ... Luis Ortega

Richard Benedict ... D'Amicos
Ralph Smiley ... Maitre 'D
Barbara Peacock ... Ginny
Frank Lugo ... Perez
Rick Garcia ... Paco
Katherine Kallis ... Francie
Augustin Vallejo ... Tony
Kenia Torres Hernandez ... Charlene (as Kenia Hernandez)
Thomas Trujillo ... David

David Hasselhoff ... Parking Attendant

Season 2, Episode 20: War Games

4 March 1975
Detectives Gordy and Ballard go undercover in a white-supremacist gun club to bust a paranoid gun collector who specializes in illegal military munitions.

Marjoe Gortner ... Earl Gordy

Neville Brand ... Norman Schoeler

Michael Parks ... Jack Ballard

Robert Alda ... Lieutenant Troft

Mills Watson ... Dobbs

Murray Hamilton ... Bud Ellwood

Brooke Bundy ... Pam Gordy

John Quade ... Red Neck
Mel Scott ... Joe Hoffman
Chuck Daniel ... Dave Johnson

John Davis Chandler ... Lou Denbo (as John Chandler)

Robert Ginty ... Young Man
Lola Fisher ... Secretary
Read Morgan ... 1st Man
Terri Lynn Wood ... Amy Gordy

Dick Miller ... Detective
Gary Pagett ... Detective #2

Season 2, Episode 21: The Witness

11 March 1975
Det. Bert Jameson has a new partner, Lew Reeves, and Lew's vicious cold complicates their efforts to solve armed pharmacy robberies and to catch the chopper rider who holds up taverns.

Don Meredith ... Detective Bert Jameson

James Gregory ... Lieutenant Al Landers
Elaine Joyce ... Lois

Jackie Coogan ... Delaney

Michael Cole ... Detective Lew Reeves

James McEachin ... Dewey Gibson
Noam Pitlik ... Detective Joe Kovak

Richard Erdman ... Detective Eddie Samuels

John Kerr ... Kimbrough
Mario Roccuzzo ... Bingo
Lillian Lehman ... Edna
Gwenn Mitchell ... Billie
Charles Weldon ... Harry Evans
Vince Howard ... Barlowe
Antony Carbone ... Resident (as Anthony Carbone)
Bobby Johnson ... Maynard

Bill Quinn ... Druggist

Ric Mancini ... Reinhardt
Peter Canon ... Edwards

Judson Pratt ... Judge
Artie Spain ... Painter
Tony Epper ... Manning
Stack Pierce ... George
Robert Lee Jarvis ... Matson
William Pullen ... Samuels

Season 2, Episode 22: The Return of Joe Forrester

6 May 1975


Jim Backus ... Jake Mandel

Lloyd Bridges ... Joe Forrester

Pat Crowley ... Georgia
Eddie Egan ... Malone

Della Reese

Dwan Smith ... Jolene

Dean Stockwell ... Callan

Don Stroud ... Plums

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Officer Needs Help

9 September 1975
Sgt. Billy Humm starts feeling the pressure after he's involved in a few too many on-duty shootings, even though they were judged "good."

Cliff Gorman ... Sgt. Billy Humm

Dane Clark ... Lt. Mal Banfield

Peter Mark Richman ... Len Sinkwich

Dick Butkus ... Selig
Milton Selzer ... Dr. Molter

Donna Mills ... Carol

Paul Picerni ... Capt. Gus Shambray
Robert Sampson ... Davidson
Richard Drout Miller ... De Bono
Anthony James ... Henry Pound

Art Hindle ... Jake (as Arthur Hindle)

H.B. Haggerty ... Moonface

Ric Mancini ... Naranza

Leonard Stone ... Villani
Robert Sutton ... Cahill (as Robert Raymond Sutton)

Brent Davis ... Kleeman
James Beach ... Faye
Leslie Vallen ... Woman
Russ McGinn ... Medford

Josh Taylor ... Lancaster

Richard Partlow ... Chuck (uncredited)

Daryl Keith Roach ... Cop (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: The Cutting Edge

16 September 1975
Ed Peebles has 30 years on the force, and after his longtime partner retires he loses his direction, both on the job and in his personal life.

Chuck Connors ... Sergeant Ed 'Bugs' Pebbles

Sylvester Stallone ... Elmore 'Rocky' Caddo

Mark Stevens ... Harry

Lola Albright ... Minnie

John Quade ... Red

Alan Fudge ... Lieutenant Boswell

Woodrow Parfrey ... Napoleon Fargo

Lee Delano ... Van Wert
Alexandra Hay ... Sharon
Jay Varela ... Cadiz
Kenneth O'Brien ... Grady Barkeep

Ed Peck ... Whipple
Erik Holland ... Blackie
Paul Comi ... Ellis

Betty Lynn ... Alma

Celia Milius ... Sabina (as Celia Kaye)

Robert Gooden ... Carey
Jonathan Kidd ... Mr. Luther
Dee Carroll ... Mrs. Oberlin
Anne Bloom ... Monroe

Season 3, Episode 3: A Community of Victims

23 September 1975


Cleavon Little ... Marshall Priest

Denise Nicholas ... Candy Priest
Ayn Ruymen ... Bobbie

Michael Brandon ... Mike Ripley
Charles Weldon ... Stack
Ray Vitte ... Con

Mel Stewart ... Sergeant Waters
Gene Woodbury ... Willie
Dina Ousley ... Julie (as Dina K. Ousley)
Gerald York ... French

Byron Morrow ... Judge
Bart Burns ... Costigan
Dudley Knight ... Lawyer
Mario Machado ... Newscaster
Stanley Brock ... Myers

Jerry Fujikawa ... Coroner
Kenneth Washington ... Fence
Pat O'Hara ... Old Man (as Patrick O'Hara)
Patricia Wilson ... Housewife
John Durren ... Thief

Season 3, Episode 4: Losing Game

30 September 1975
Margaret Case moves from Juvenile to Narcotics, but her undercover work puts stress on her marriage to another cop.

Stella Stevens ... Margaret Case

Cesare Danova ... Valenzuela
Burr DeBenning ... Johnny Case (as Burr De Benning)

Scott Brady ... Vinnie

Alex Cord ... William Allen
Mario Roccuzzo ... Buckner
Phillip R. Allen ... Demarest (as Phillip Allen)

Tony Perez ... Garcia
Stack Pierce ... Severance
George Kramer ... Pellisier
Rick Garcia ... Gomez
William Wellman Jr. ... Arnett

Ronald G. Joseph ... Desado (as Ron Joseph)
Ron Henriquez ... Higuera

Frank Farmer ... Frazier
Ta-Ronce Allen ... Janet
Curtis Credel ... Officer #1
Leslie McRay ... Call Girl
Shelly Novack ... Cop

Season 3, Episode 5: The Cut Man Caper

28 October 1975

Albert Popwell ... Black Stallion
Ray Vitte ... Slow Pony
Beverly Hope Atkinson ... Esther
Paul Smith ... Stout

Davis Roberts ... Nance
Pepper Martin ... Ash

Tracy Reed ... Dorita
Don Diamond ... Ackerman
DeForest Covan ... Shine Man
Isabel Cooley ... Mrs. Fielder (as Isabell Cooley)
Thomas Bellin ... Warren
Kenneth Washington ... Neeley's Partner
William Chilles ... Neeley
Trevor A. Stephens ... Paxton
Paul Benjamin ... Jesse

Godfrey Cambridge ... The Cut Man
Naomi Caryl

Louis Gossett Jr. ... Freddie (as Lou Gossett)

James Gregory ... Captain McKay

Robert Hooks ... Police Detective Ernie Tillis
Scoey Mitchell ... Investigator Mal Groves

Gloria Sauve ... Police woman

Raymond St. Jacques ... Floyd

Eugene Jackson ... (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Face for a Shadow

7 November 1975
Officers John Kowalski and Dick Elmore investigate a fatal hit-and-run accident that appears to be intentional.

Don Meredith ... John Kowalski

Tige Andrews ... Sergeant Kidder

Theresa Merritt ... Mrs. Johnson

Ralph Meeker ... Alfred Attles

Virginia Mayo ... Angie
Milton Frome ... Mr. Schuster
Jeff Donnell ... Mrs. Attles

Vanessa Brown ... Mrs. Baxter
Christine Belford ... Carrie

David Groh ... Dick Elmore

Tina Andrews ... Elise
Gwenn Mitchell ... Gigi
Robert Phillips ... Willy
Joshua Shelley ... Lester
Ted Gehring ... Lt. Posner
Arthur Batanides ... Munroe (as Art Batanides)
Mel Scott ... Sgt. Herron

Jack Knight ... Ellison

Joan Shawlee ... Emma
Richard Foronjy ... Big Arn
Felipe Turich ... Mr. Segura

John Dennis ... Bartender
Stephen Parr ... Officer Kelly

Paul Sylvan ... Williams
Fil Formicola ... Caster
Chip Fields ... Girl in Bar

Steve Franken

Season 3, Episode 7: Test of Brotherhood

14 November 1975
Veteran officer JR Peters is paired in a patrol car with his younger brother Clay, a rookie, along with their sibling rivalry.

George Maharis ... J.R. Peters

Cindy Williams ... Joanna

Sal Mineo ... Fobbes

Royal Dano ... McGee

Scott Brady ... Vinnie

Edward Albert ... Clay Peters
Richard Drout Miller ... McKeever

Ric Mancini ... Orlowski
Rockne Tarkington ... Stuckley
James Daris ... Sgt. Shinner
John Shay ... Nielsen
John Mitchum ... Stills
David Pritchard ... Gayon
Brioni Farrell ... Kersey (as Xenia Gratsos)
Ed Deemer ... Swain
Eddie Fontaine ... Cutter
Lisa Moore ... Nurse
George Reynolds ... Citizen
Lew Brown ... Keys

Alex Rocco ... (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: The Empty Weapon

21 November 1975
On his first day out of the academy, Officer David Singer fails to fire his weapon when a juvenile delinquent he is pursuing pulls a gun on him, with tragic consequences later.

Kurt Russell ... Officer David Singer

Tim O'Connor ... Captain Lou Richards

Glenn Corbett ... Sergeant Bill Riley

Andrew Stevens ... Danny Boy

Audrey Totter ... Judge (as Audrey Totter)

Edd Byrnes ... Sergeant Dole

Danny Bonaduce ... Joey

Heather Angel ... Mrs. Anderson

Clu Gulager ... Officer Williams

Ken Lynch ... Officer Chick Macey

Michael O'Keefe ... Officer Tolivar
Sean Kelly ... Ralph

Michael Durrell ... P.D. DeLong
Gordon De Vol ... D.A. Nichols

Bill Quinn ... Andrews
Frank Doubleday ... Arnie
Brendan Dillon ... Green
Robert Kenneally ... Instructor (as Robert Bud Kenneally)
Burr Smidt ... Reporter #1
Constance Pfeifer ... Woman (as Constance Pfeiffer)
Don 'Red' Bealle ... Officer #1 (as Don 'Red' Beale)
Luis Moreno ... Tenant

Season 3, Episode 9: Little Boy Lost

28 November 1975
Detective Ed Brenner searches for a missing 4-year-old boy.

Robert Forster ... Det. Ed Brenner

Robert Brown ... Harold Montrose

Diana Ewing ... Claire Montrose

Scott Brady ... Vinnie

June Lockhart ... Mrs. Bowman

John Kerr ... Morrissey

Elisha Cook Jr. ... Smiley (as Elisha Cook)
Paulene Myers ... Clara
Milt Kogan ... Dr. Norm Jonas

Diane Baker ... Phyllis Brenner

Joan Blondell ... Doreen
Michael Baseleon ... Frank Giacino

Ron Masak ... Elgort
Warren Vanders ... Hyatt
Lenore Kasdorf ... Gwen
Moosie Drier ... Mike Brenner
Victor Brandt ... the Man

Season 3, Episode 10: Vice: 24 Hours

5 December 1975
Pairs of vice detectives spend a day trying to bust a violent pimp, a bookie, and a man who wants to hire a hit man to kill his wife.

Ron Leibman ... Ray Oberstar
Rudy Solari ... Detective Romano
Shelly Novack ... Danny Hicks

David Doyle ... Ralph Driscoll
Lane Bradbury ... Sharon

Marty Ingels ... Marty Abbott

Janis Paige ... Mrs. Driscoll

Paul Burke ... Lieutenant Barrett
Hari Rhodes ... L.C. Madden

Ron Masak ... Det. Vukouich

Joe E. Tata ... Det. Loftus

Lynn Borden ... Bette
Lew Horn ... Ziggy

Tony Perez ... Det. Gomez
Carole Mallory ... Sgt. Lorraine Gates

Steve Franken ... D.A. Wallberger
Vincent Milana ... Lefty (as Vince Milana)
Eddie Lo Russo ... Bartender #2
Maria Diane ... Waitress
Nicole Kallis ... Cindy
Mitch Brown ... Buck
John Rayborn ... Bartender
Bill Coleman ... Father Quintavalle

Season 3, Episode 11: Breaking Point

12 December 1975
Vince Della Maggiori has to investigate when a patrolman shoots a man in his hotel room, and the stories he is given don't add up.
Tony Musante ... Sgt. Vince Della Maggiori

Michael Anderson Jr. ... Robert Armstrong
Rosemary DeCamp ... Beaulah

Ron Soble ... Lee Crocker
Milton Selzer ... Dr. Hall

Marsha Hunt ... Mrs. Hines

Howard Duff ... Sergeant Al Butler

George DiCenzo ... Torchia (as George Di Cenzo)

Mills Watson ... D.D. Rodriguez
Linda Scruggs ... Ellen Armstrong

Joseph Ruskin ... Captain Edward Ferguson
Lee Kroeger ... Debbie

Jerry Fujikawa ... Medical Examiner (uncredited)

William Smith ... (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Company Man

19 December 1975
Married Det. Dave Hansen, under pressure from Internal Affairs, must decide whether to continue working for "the company" (LAPD), or stop seeing his school-teacher girlfriend.
Christopher Connelly ... Sgt. Dave Hansen

Janet Margolin ... Ann Cameron

Jonelle Allen ... Merrilly Goodwin

Bernie Casey ... Duke Windsor

James T. Callahan ... Sgt. Joe Leary (as James Callahan)

Fionnula Flanagan ... Arlene Hansen (as Fionnuala Flanagan)
Felice Orlandi ... Sgt. Ron Contrera

Edgar Bergen ... Mr. Farber

Howard Duff ... Lt. Hyatt

Bruce Glover ... Harry Zane

Lee Delano ... Det. Berman
Charlene Holt ... Maggie

Michelle Stacy ... Linda
Carlena Gower ... Karen
Marlon Adams ... School Boy

Peter Santana ... School Boy
Adrienne Alexander ... School Girl
Hatsuo Uda ... Waiter

Season 3, Episode 13: Spanish Class

2 January 1976
Young officer Taylor transfers from the Valley into the Hispanic district for "the action" and the pay bump, and is schooled in the art of patrolling a multilingual beat by veteran officer Fernandez.

Desi Arnaz Jr. ... Officer Taylor
David Toma ... The Investigator

Dane Clark ... Lt. Frederickson

Joe Santos ... Officer John Fernandez
Lenore Stevens ... Marie
Gil Serna ... Agitator #2
Joseph V. Perry ... the Shift Sgt. (as Joseph Perry)
Chu Chu Malave ... the Spokesman
Richard Gates ... Cameron (as Rick Gates)

Manuel Padilla Jr. ... Fuentes (as Manuel Padilla)
Todd Martin ... the Investigator
Robert Sutton ... the Narcotic Detective (as Robert Raymond Sutton)
Peter Colt ... Cagel
Valentine Villareal ... Hype (as Valentine Villarreal)
Tina Menard ... Mrs. Fuentes

Emilio Delgado ... Agitator #1

Lillian Garrett ... Red Haired Girl
Lee Duncan ... Jackson
Ginny Golden ... Linda
Bhetty Waldron ... Policewoman

Migdia Chinea ... Mexican Girl #1 (as Migdia Varela)
Sean Kenney ... Farkas
Ray Camacho ... Bartender
Lupe Zuniga ... Mexican Girl #2
Francisco Ortega ... Driver
Luis Moreno ... Tenant

Season 3, Episode 14: Odyssey of Death: Part 1

9 January 1976
Detectives Stoddard and Bagney look for a man involved in an armed grocery store robbery after he shoots and maims Officer Phillips, a personal friend of Stoddard.

Robert Stack ... Sergeant Dave Stoddard

Brock Peters ... Sergeant Bagney

Ed Lauter ... Ralph Coleman / Joseph Kinsella
Robert Sampson ... Lieutenant Wallace Tober
Joan Goodfellow ... Bobbie-Lou

Jim Backus ... Pollack
Lou Frizzell ... Burton Callaway
Christopher Norris ... Suzie

Robert Carradine ... Clifford
Ray Young ... Officer Andy Phillips
Paul Jenkins ... Sgt. Gorman
Noelle North ... Ellen
Jessie Lee Fulton ... Mrs. Callaway
Thomas Bellin ... S. I. D. Man #1 (as Tom Bellin)
Andy Romano ... Sgt. Marks
Steve Doubet ... Tommy
Stanley Brock ... Manager
Terri Lynn Wood ... Jennie
Sandy Freeman ... Duty Nurse
Lucetta Kallis ... Checker
Bill Cross ... 1st Patrolman
Scott Arthur Allen ... Officer #2
David Pritchard ... Officer #1
Jerry Daniels ... Hall

James Carroll ... CHP #1 (as James Lough)
Bob Golden ... CHP #2
Carlo Manchini ... 2nd Policeman (as Carlo Mancini)
Gavin Mooney ... Citizen

John Davis Chandler ... Sketch Artist (as John Chandler)

Season 3, Episode 15: Odyssey of Death: Part 2

16 January 1976
Detectives close in on the multi-generational hill-country family responsible for a series of armed robberies, rapes, and murders.

Robert Stack ... Sergeant Stoddard

Brock Peters ... Sergeant Bagney

Ed Lauter ... Ralph Coleman / Joseph Kinsella
Robert Sampson ... Lieutenant Tober

Scott Brady ... Vinnie
Joan Goodfellow ... Bobbie-Lou
Lou Frizzell ... Mr. Callaway

Marguerite Chapman ... Becky

Robert Carradine ... Clifford
Paul Jenkins ... Sgt. Gorman
Noelle North ... Ellen
Jessie Lee Fulton ... Mrs. Callaway
Thomas Bellin ... S.I.D. Man #1 (as Tom Bellin)
Terri Lynn Wood ... Jennie
Frank Castellano ... Manager
Robert Guzzetta ... Mechanic (as Bob Guzzetta)
Karmin Murcelo ... Lydia
Gilbert De la Pena ... Ramon (as Gilbert De Le Pena)
Rick Garcia ... Plain-Clothes Officer

Michael Swan ... Valley Officer

Loni Anderson ... Waitress
Lloyd Kino ... S.I.D. Man #2

Season 3, Episode 16: The Other Side of the Fence

23 January 1976
Detectives Benson and Fisk set up a sting to catch a pair of murderous jewel thieves.

David Groh ... Detective Frank Benson

Glenn Corbett ... Detective Ted Fisk
Brooke Mills ... Kim Swanson

Ellen Geer ... Jenny Benson
Walter Burke ... Tim Riley

Guy Stockwell ... Lieutenant Blodgett

George Hamilton ... Chris De Lucia

Howard Caine ... Mr. Higby
James Daris ... Art Bucher
Susanne Zenor ... Marsha (as Suzanne Zenor)
Byron Webster ... Lindsay
Mel Scott ... Seaford

Brad Savage ... Colin
Zack Taylor ... Mossberg
Beverly Dixon ... Mrs. Higby
Tom Regan ... S. D. Det.
Sean Kenney ... 9K23
Barbara Peacock ... S. D. Policewoman
H. William Hunt ... Liquor Store Mgr.
Kristopher Marquis ... Devin

Season 3, Episode 17: 50 Cents-First Half Hour, $1.75 All Day

30 January 1976
While trying to box in an armed bandit who specializes in stealing cars and robbing attendants at parking lots, Detectives Hacker and Barnes are assigned a homicide case.

James McEachin ... Det. Roy Hacker

Anne Jeffreys ... Examiner Murphy
Freda Payne ... Saralee

Rodney Allen Rippy ... Jeb

Don 'Red' Barry ... Chief Robinson

Howard Duff ... Lieutenant Blodgett

Louis Gossett Jr. ... Det. Virgil Barnes (as Lou Gossett)

Davis Roberts ... Newton Bass

Stanley Adams ... Pawn Shop Proprietor
Wes Parker ... Demeter

Maidie Norman ... Mrs. Wilkins
Jack Sheldon ... Hofstedder
Gordon De Vol ... Deputy D.A. (as Gordon DeVol)
Larry Ellis ... Senik

Jack Collins ... Halloran
John Lawrence ... Hard Hat

Robert Ginty ... Jerry
Jerry Fitzpatrick ... O'Shea
William Chilles ... Officer #1 (as William L. Chlles)
Paula Victor ... Woman

John Gowans ... Lab Technician (as John D. Gowans)
Robert Hathaway ... Attendant
Abel Franco ... Attendant
Jon Linton ... Attendant #2

Season 3, Episode 18: Firebird

6 February 1976
A daredevil officer is severely burned in a helicopter crash during a SWAT team training exercise, and he fights his injuries and police brass to return to his old life.

Tony Lo Bianco ... D.J. Perkins
Karen Machon ... Sandy

Allen Case ... Barnett

Macdonald Carey ... Chief Blandings

Anne Seymour ... Beatrice

Scott Brady ... Vinnie
Richard Drout Miller ... Fremont

John Astin ... Dr. Milford

Jim Antonio ... Polk (as James Antonio)

William Bryant ... Clawson

H.M. Wynant ... Lt. Rigate
Paul Henry Itkin ... Morgan
Michael Mullins ... Curtis
Kai Hernandez ... Cass
Ron Recasner ... Doctor

Kyle Richards ... Nance
Joella Deffenbaugh ... Woman Clerk
Nicholas Frasca ... Wayne
Ed McCready ... Wino (as Ed Mc Cready)
Robert Lee Jarvis ... Jumper #1
Richard Patrick Clark ... Jumper #2
Jerry Daniels ... Jumper #3
James W. Gavin ... Helicopter Pilot (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: The Long Ball

13 February 1976
Everyone around Sgt. Pickett knows he drinks too much. But he doesn't admit it to himself, until the department suspends him and his wife leaves.

Claude Akins ... Sergeant R.C. Pickett

Herb Edelman ... Mr. Morrell
Nora Heflin ... Gloria
Victor Mohica ... Nick Melindez

John Agar ... Hammack

Jan Clayton ... Janet Handy

Peter Mark Richman ... Longman

Pat Crowley ... Patty Pickett
Paul Savior ... Stewart
Buck Young ... Lomax
Ted Gehring ... Agee

Brent Davis ... Levy

Paul Sylvan ... Officer Ames
Clint Young ... Watch Commander
Shannon Redding ... Waitress

Charles Guardino ... Officer #1
Ari Sorko-Ram ... Officer (as R.B. Sorko-Ram)
Curtis Credel ... Tom
Jennifer Kallis ... Sally
Peter Haas ... Tommy
Katherine Kallis ... Jan
Tom Ormeny ... Kelly
Jim Waring ... Jerry
Eric Server ... 2nd Officer
Vivian Brown ... Neighbor

Jerry Fujikawa ... Japanese Man

Bill Dearth ... Stakeout Cop
Barbara Peacock ... Policewoman
John Rayborn ... Bar Owner

Season 3, Episode 20: Eamon Kinsella Royce

20 February 1976
Detective Eamon Kinsella Royce juggles his police responsibilities and his second job . . . as an insurance investigator.

Jackie Cooper ... Eamon Kinsella Royce

Dean Stockwell ... Bennett

Catherine Burns ... Marsha

Dabney Coleman ... Lieutenant Kruse

Marty Ingels ... Howie

Luke Askew ... Blue

John Kerr ... the Prosecutor

Harold Gould ... Sam Grossman
Antony Carbone ... Maravilla
Bill Fletcher ... Borger
Terry O'Connor ... Patricia Mason
Ryan MacDonald ... the Defense Attorney (as Ryan Mac Donald)
Booth Colman ... Pearl
Sheldon Allman ... the Judge

John Perak ... Popcorn
Angelo Gnazzo ... Fridley
Dudley Knight ... Harry
Colin Male ... Johnson

Frank Pesce ... Frank
Tom Henschel ... Ambulance Attendant
James Hart ... Cop (as Jim Hart)

Season 3, Episode 21: Officer Dooly

5 March 1976
Despite his best intentions, Dooly is a poor guy who can't seem to do anything right, at least not in his commanding officer's eyes.

David Birney ... Officer Andrew 'Dooly' Doolittle
Shelly Novack ... Officer Hank Elvins

Scott Brady ... Vinnie

Kaye Ballard ... Nurse Ladue

Alex Cord ... Officer Jackson Holt

Paul Burke ... Captain Kidder

Tom Simcox ... Officer Stover
Rockne Tarkington ... Ripley

Paul Carr ... Sgt. Leeper
Paul Henry Itkin ... Officer Risco

Christiane Schmidtmer ... Lynn
Kenneth O'Brien ... Youngman (as Ken O'Brien)

Gil Stratton ... Commander Knox

Eddie Quillan ... Dexter

Herman Poppe ... Drunken Sailor
Candace Howerton ... Veronica
Dee Mattox ... Ava
Gaye Kruger ... Nurse

Richard Partlow ... Clay (as Rick Partlow)
John Kirk Gregory ... Rich (as John Gregory)
Charles Provenzano ... Troy

Season 3, Episode 22: Open City

12 March 1976
Vice Detectives Daley and Gentry are on a camping trip when they hear a woman scream in the distance, and a few minutes later, gunshots. Thus begins their investigation into Mob involvement in the pornography industry, and snuff films.

Hugh O'Brian ... Sgt. Rick Daley

Christopher Stone ... Arley Gentry

Jerry Douglas ... Alex Kosta
Christopher Norris ... Debby

Art Metrano ... Jake Rosen

Carl Betz ... Chief Elliott
Ed Gilbert ... Dutch Bennett (as Edmund Gilbert)

George Murdock ... Captain Michaels
Jay Adler ... Ari Franco
Nate Esformes ... Morrie Green
David Knapp ... Alan Wood
Larry Ellis ... Bennett's Partner
Dale Tarter ... Sheldon
Michael Quinn ... the Mayor
Mel Scott ... Blake
Arch Whiting ... Hank

Marc Alaimo ... Gillette
Nick Ferris ... Rudolpho
Gary Cashdollar ... Photographer
Pat O'Hara ... Trevor (as Patrick O'Hara)
Randy Morton ... Boy #1
Bradley Green ... Boy #2 (as Bradley Greene)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Payment Deferred

21 September 1976
Detective Joe Barley enlists Holly, his "retired" snitch and recovering addict, to help him find the man who shot his partner.

Vince Edwards ... Sergeant Joe Barley

Verna Bloom ... Marge Connor
Eddie Egan ... Sergeant Harry Volmer
Antony Carbone ... Billy Kark

Donald O'Connor ... Holly Connor

Michael Strong ... Det. Hoopman
Mario Roccuzzo ... Maurie (as Mario Rocuzzo)
Phillip Pine ... Lt. Lowen

John Perak ... Gene
Eddie Ryder ... the Bartender

Wayne Grace ... Sid Matthews

Carmen Argenziano ... Deputy D.A. (as Carmin Argenziano)
Ray Sharkey ... Pete Samper
Paul Sorensen ... Man in Bar (as Paul Sorenson)
William Bronder ... Lomax
Luke Andreas ... Al Stoots
Evelyn Guerrero ... Waitress
Karen Smith ... Nurse Adams
Jonathan Estrin ... Doctor

Season 4, Episode 2: Bought and Paid For

5 October 1976
Detectives Belmont and Melino want the three men involved when a patrolman, the son of a Lieutenant, is killed when he interrupts a bank robbery. The one they need is the psychopath who recruits amateurs in his capers.

Edward Albert ... Billy Bob
Noah Keen ... Lt. Barney Gibbs
John Milford ... Det. Red Steel
Erik Kilpatrick ... Leroy Williams

Danny Mora ... Enrique Cruz

Richard Egan ... Lieut. Joe Andes

Gary Collins ... Dan Belmont

Alex Rocco ... Tony Melino
Art Aragon ... Cabbie

Paul Tulley ... Officer Matthews

David Proval ... Cecil Gaines
Don Carter ... Binky Weller
James Patrick Sheridan ... Jesse Austin
Joan Crosby ... Ethel
Michael Sullivan ... Officer Sawyer
Marty Zagon ... Percy Cleghorn
Frank Leo ... Davis
Wadsworth Taylor ... Liquor Store Clerk
Earl Colbert ... Ralph Foreman

Corbin Bernsen ... Chris Andes
Leigh Webb ... Paramedic #1
Brunetta Barnett ... Woman
Edward Schaaf ... Macy (as Ed Schaff)
Robert Munk ... Ethos

Season 4, Episode 3: Two Frogs on a Mongoose

12 October 1976
Manny and Deke are on the narcotics squad, investigating a double shooting at a dry cleaning shop, when they get a tip that the shop owner is in business dealing drugs with a man called Mongoose.

Joe Santos ... Manny Del Rey

Paul Koslo ... Sleepy

Susan Stafford ... Debbie

Barry Sullivan ... Lt. Bellin

Steve Lawrence ... Deke
Eddie Fontaine ... Sgt. Patterson
Gregory Rozakis ... Jessie

Robert Lipton ... Stallman
J. Jay Saunders ... Severance
Sy Kramer ... Shorty
Dick Ryal ... Adell
Patricia Stevens ... Record Clerk (as Pat Stevens)

Kyle Richards ... Shannon
Ron Stokes ... Patrol Officer #2
Clay Tanner ... Patrol Officer #1
Dave Milton ... Sneilson
Kristopher Marquis ... Ronnie
Frank Leo ... Narc Officer #1

Season 4, Episode 4: The Other Side of the Badge

26 October 1976
Jack Mitchell is in control and keeps his cool when patrolling with his rookie partner, but his home life with his wife and her teenage daughter is not so tidy.
Tony Musante ... Jack Mitchell

Bibi Besch ... Carol Mitchell
Paul Larson ... Lt. Stahl

John Ashton ... Sgt. Paulson

Sian Barbara Allen ... Dana Vernon

Desi Arnaz Jr. ... Jay Vernon

Paul Sylvan ... the Officer in the Hotel

Terri Nunn ... Judy Mitchell
Rose Portillo ... Rosa

William 'Billy' Benedict ... Wylie (as William Benedict)

Eloy Casados ... Rosa's Brother (as Eloy Phil Casados)
John Shay ... Dr. Rice
Barbara Bostock ... the Woman

Jack Andreozzi ... the Driver (as Gio Andreozzi)
Ron Stokes ... the 1st Officer
Tina Menard ... Rosa's Grandmother

Stephanie Blackmore ... the Blonde

Donna Ponterotto ... Girl
Rita Gomez ... Taco Attendant
Jerry Fitzpatrick ... Booking Officer

Migdia Chinea ... Rosa's Sister (as Migdia Varela)
Wayne Bartlett ... 2nd Officer
Al Bordighi ... Bartender
Albert Able ... Training Officer (as Al Able)

Season 4, Episode 5: Three Days to Thirty

9 November 1976
While working out his last three days before retirement, Frank Moran is assigned a hot case.

Edward Asner ... Frank Moran

Dabney Coleman ... Captain Stromwall

Jerry Douglas ... Emil Becker
Dale Robinette ... Joe Roper
Richard John Miller ... Ernie Terpak

Marc Alaimo ... John Scalesi

Joe Turkel ... George Keller

Bettye Ackerman ... Katherine Moran
Wes Parker ... Gary Holly
Larry Ellis ... Gil Reyes
Lane Allan ... Harry Tobias

Macon McCalman ... Mr. Kalk

Susan Mullen ... Mitzi
Ray Camacho ... Detective
John Nugent ... Eddie
Horace Johnson ... Jake
Naomi Caryl ... Clerk
Richard E. Kalk ... Man at Airport (as Richard Kalk)
Esther Rosen ... Hotel Maid

Season 4, Episode 6: Trash Detail, Front and Center

16 November 1976
Lew Randle, head of the Special Investigations Team, comes back after vacation and is immediately engulfed in the investigations of several armed robberies. He has to buck department politics to take down the violent trio responsible.

Robert Forster ... Bob Vandon

Gary Lockwood ... Marty Costa
Phillip Pine ... Captain Holmes
Paul Henry Itkin ... Steve Kelly
Lisle Wilson ... Bud Kruegar

Ji-Tu Cumbuka ... Gold Tooth

Otis Day ... Alvin Stepler (as Dewayne Jessie)

Herman Poppe ... Investigator Lemm

Chuck Connors ... Lt. Lew Randle
Harold 'Happy' Hairston ... Dunn (as Happy Hairston)
Elizabeth Lane ... Miss Peterson
Robert Doyle ... Benny Vickers
Allen Joseph ... Miles

Mark Harmon ... Officer Hazelton
Larry Ellis ... Inv. Howe

Jay Ingram ... Inv. Batson

F. William Parker ... Mr. Slonski
Sharon Cintron ... the Sales Clerk
Jack Wells ... Fingerprint Expert
Sylvia Soares ... Mardene

Lauren Tewes ... Kathy
Wyatt Johnson ... Patrolman #1
Carter Cole ... Hype

Season 4, Episode 7: Thanksgiving

23 November 1976
K-Joe and Bunny investigate the sniper shooting of a young girl riding in a car on the freeway.
Frank Converse ... Sergeant K-Joe Hirsh

James Woods ... Lewis Packer

Manu Tupou ... Tom Shazaki

France Nuyen ... Marge Shazaki

Don 'Red' Barry ... Popeye
Jack Smith ... the Judge

Raymond Singer ... Dr. Bergman

Fred Williamson ... Sergeant Bunny Green
Sherry Lynn Kupahu ... Mary Shazaki

Paul Sylvan ... Officer Szabo

Bob Hastings ... Polygraph Operator
Ted Noose ... Lt. Adler

William Elliott ... The Ass't. D.A. (as Bill Elliott)
Owen Pace ... Too Cool (as Owen Hithe Pace)
Eric Laneuville ... Dracula
Doyle Baker ... Harold

Robert Miano ... Cop #3
Douglas Grant ... Moo Moo
Jarrod Johnson ... The Boy
Thomas Botosan ... Cop #2 (as Tom Botosan)
Henry Harris ... Man in Pool Hall
Leigh Webb ... Paramedic #1
Edward Cross ... Paramedic #3 (as Ed Cross)
Darrin Lee ... John Shazaki

Season 4, Episode 8: Monster Manor

30 November 1976


Joe Santos ... Gene Pardnales

Ron Masak ... Officer Jerry Toppazini

Edward Binns ... Sergeant Dobson

Joyce Bulifant ... Katie Pardnales

Conrad Janis ... Lieutenant Needles

Barbara Rhoades ... Babs Altoon
Robert Gentry ... Luntner
Paul Jenkins ... Barney

Dennis Cole ... Raymond LeBrix

Estelle Winwood ... Mary Hathaway
Jack Rader ... Donnelly
Richard Reicheg ... George

Lindsay V. Jones ... JoAnn

Sandra Kerns ... Party Girl #1 (as Sandy Kerns)

Susan Anton ... Party Girl #2
Rhonda Bates ... Big Red
Barry Hamilton ... Bardo
Maud Strand ... Stewardess #1
Helena Mäkelä ... Stewardess #2 (as Helena Makela)
John Verros ... Grocery Owner
Vincent Milana ... Training Film Commander (as Vince Milana)
Scorpio ... Pimp
Kerrigan Mahan ... Cop at Door (as Kerry Mahan)

Season 4, Episode 9: Oxford Gray

7 December 1976
Sgt. Kyles and Inv. McLiam try to break up the criminal activities of a local entrepreneur and philanthropist by bringing back his past as a violent revolutionary in Detroit and playing on his paranoia.

John Amos ... Walt Kyles
Eddie Egan ... Sean McLiam
Emily Yancy ... Donna Kyles
Susie Coelho ... Sheila

Dane Clark ... Lt. Barrenger
Hari Rhodes ... Borden Gampu (as Harry Rhodes)
Lance Taylor Sr. ... Pop

John O'Leary ... Dr. Bowden
Michael Jackson ... TV Host
Joel Lawrence ... Arnett
George Ball ... Peterson
Tim Pelt ... Robert James Wilson
James Blendick ... Dr. Molter

Frank McRae ... The Bodyguard
Lee Duncan ... Louis Chandler
John McCann ... Metro Sgt.

D'Mitch Davis ... Phillip Hanzer

Todd Bridges ... Little Walter
James Burr Johnson ... 1st Teenager

Season 4, Episode 10: The Jar: Part 1

14 December 1976
Two detectives are called before the grand jury after a man is shot and killed when they attempt to arrest him.

Don Meredith ... Sgt. Ed Hagen
Rudy Solari ... Terranova

Walter Mathews ... Barlow
Ned Wilson ... Joe Kelsey

Lee Delano ... Wesphal

Jenny O'Hara ... Joyce Triplett
Marged Wakeley ... Louise Hagen
Christopher Connelly ... Jimmy Triplett
Duane Tucker ... Leach
Ben Andrews ... Kilgore
George Clifton ... Mallery
Frances E. Williams ... Mrs. X
Toby Russ ... Lena Floyd
Paula Victor ... Mrs. Ewell
Sy Kramer ... Harold Melvin
Ron Stokes ... Sgt. Hickey
Allen Williams ... Kemp
Ron Trice ... Oscar Floyd

Hank Ross ... Gibbs
John F. Goff ... Sam
Bill Coleman ... Bartender
Jerry Fitzpatrick ... Booking Sgt.
Alisa Rollo ... Randy

Melora Hardin ... Sheila
William Hubbard Knight ... Uniform Officer

Season 4, Episode 11: The Jar: Part 2

21 December 1976
Hagen and Triplett are reassigned to an out-of-the-way detail to keep them out of the public eye pending their manslaughter trial.

Don Meredith ... Ed Hagen
Rudy Solari ... Terranova

Walter Mathews ... Barlow (as Walter Matthews)
Ned Wilson ... Kelsey

Lee Delano ... Deputy D.A. Earl Wesphal

Jenny O'Hara ... Joyce Triplett
Robert Mandan ... Deputy Chief Henry Burns
Alex Colon ... Ortega

Paul Cavonis ... Bostic
Marged Wakeley ... Louise Hagen

Richard Roat ... Captain Waldeck

Simon Oakland ... George Fanning
Christopher Connelly ... Jimmy Triplett
Duane Tucker ... Leach
Martin Speer ... Dr. Shapiro (as Marty Speer)
George Clifton ... Dave Mallery
Barbara Simpson ... the Reporter

Judson Pratt ... Judge #1
Bill Zuckert ... Judge #2 (as Bill Zukert)
Betty Carvalho ... Alma Pacheco
Allen Williams ... Kemp
Alisa Rollo ... Randy

Melora Hardin ... Sheila
Steve Vignari ... Maxie
Jon Chevron ... Marine Sgt.
Ron Kelly ... Bailiff
Charles Parks ... Bomb Officer

Season 4, Episode 12: Trial Board

4 January 1977
An undercover Vice detective is accused by one of his fellow Vice detectives of stealing cash during a drug bust.

Season 4, Episode 13: Spitfire

11 January 1977
Detectives try to track down the two remaining robbers who participated in a tire store holdup that resulted in the deaths of an employee and one of the robbers. Their investigation leads them to a large illegal weapons operation.

Hugh O'Brian ... Ernie Sitko

Kaz Garas ... Investigator Frank Mahoney

Woodrow Parfrey ... Norrell
Cliff Emmich ... Stokes
Mario Roccuzzo ... Roy Stubbing
Bill McGuire ... Bill Dockry

Ken Swofford ... Lieutenant Pete Telenda

Robert Walden ... Investigator Lou Bleyer
Madison Arnold ... Stan Cusick
Larry Block ... Carl Cusick

Michael Alldredge ... Virg Provost
Russ Marin ... Hoagy

Sid Haig ... Reid
Todd Martin ... Heppenheimer
Al Hopson ... the Tire Store Manager

Judith Baldwin ... Marina

G.W. Bailey ... Maslin
Steve Itkin ... Ludwig
Helene Frances ... Girl at Car

Season 4, Episode 14: Nightmare on a Sunday Morning

18 January 1977
A young woman is snatched off a city street, driven out into the hills, and raped on a Sunday morning. Investigators Wells and Logan try to build a case against the two rapists by convincing the victim and a previous victim to testify.

Hope Lange ... Ann Wells

Alex Rocco ... Phil Logan
Milton Selzer ... Dr. Anders

Leland Palmer ... Janice
Quinn K. Redeker ... Deputy District Attorney Dave Gaynor (as Quinn Redeker)

James Griffith ... Travis Caulder
Michael Ebert ... Tod Darrin
Timothy Scott ... Ray Prosser
Claude Earl Jones ... Lyle Shelby
Eddie Egan ... Lieutenant Holtzman

Pamela Franklin ... Holly Green

Sandra Kerns ... Karen Reed

Michael Horton ... Dana Green
Jack Wells ... Arthur Mielke
Larry Douglas ... John Weldon
Dave Milton ... Dr. Olson
Richard E. Kalk ... the Bus Driver (as Richard Kalk)
Lynn Woodlock ... the Little Girl
Ron Kelly ... the Bailiff
Michael Link ... Jed Caulder
Howard Zielke ... the Man
Art Burns ... Officer Wiley

Season 4, Episode 15: The Malflores

25 January 1977
Officers Webber and Cheruco discover a violent new gang on the streets, the Malflores, comprised entirely of Latinas.

Clifton Davis ... Ed Webber
Gwenn Mitchell ... Clarisse Webber

Devon Ericson ... Ariana
Mitzi Hoag ... Ms. Carlin
Richard Venture ... Bushwelt
Janis Hansen ... Diana
Chu Chu Malave ... Rafael

Juanita Brown ... Oso

Gregory Sierra ... Ed Cheruco
Jayne Hamil ... Yo Yo

Manuel Padilla Jr. ... Armando

James Sikking ... Harris (as Jim Sikking)
Paul Larson ... Lt. Revere
Byron Nickleberry ... Roger Webber
Tina Menard ... Mrs. Cheruco
Jon Linton ... Chicano #1

Trinidad Silva ... Chicano #3
Rita Gomez ... Mrs. Luna
Leigh Webb ... Paramedic #1

Gary Carlos Cervantes ... Chicano #4 (as Gary Cervantes)
Milcha Sanchez-Scott ... Little Oso (as Milcha Scott)
Liz Devis ... Gaby Luna
Denise Alercon ... Home Girl

Season 4, Episode 16: The Blue Fog

1 February 1977
Veteran Detective Jack McGraw is given the unsavory task of investigating Vice detectives suspected of taking bribes from the Chinese crime family running a prostitution operation.

Jackie Cooper ... Jack McGraw

Bibi Besch ... Connie McGraw
Richard Venture ... Eddie Sims

Richard Loo ... Eddie Lee
Beau Lau ... Tommy Feng (as Bleu Lau)

Dana Lee ... Victor Choi

Michael McGuire ... Dave Muncie

Stephen McNally ... Lieutenant Cadigan

Harold Gould ... Emmett Parnell

John Mahon ... Det. Leo Luna
Virginia Wing ... Madam Choi
Michael Tipton ... Medwick
Albert Able ... Jess (as Al Able)
David Himes ... Fred
Mary Margaret Amato ... Lila

Keone Young ... Boy #1
Norman Tse ... Boy #2
Raymond Chao ... Lai Ging

Season 4, Episode 17: Hard Rock Brown

15 February 1977
LAPD Narcotics detectives work with a Mexican counterpart to try to break up the operation run by the Alvarez brothers, which is flooding the market with Mexican heroin known as "hard rock brown."

David Groh ... Dan Gentry

Art Metrano ... Joe Lazzari
Taylor Lacher ... McCann

René Enríquez ... Henry Alvarez
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Emilio Alvarez (as Rodolfo Hoyos)
Robert Mandan ... Captain Saunders
Peter MacLean ... Perry Willis

Ricardo Montalban ... Major Sergio Flores

Danny Mora ... David Padilla

Frank Downing ... the Chicago Chief
Tom Williams ... the Detroit Chief
Vince Howard ... Dept. D.A. Pryor

Susanne Reed ... Cindy Thomas

Jay Ingram ... Thomas Jeffries
Adina Ross ... Myra Williams
Roberto Rodríguez ... Lieutenant
Jack Brami ... Sergeant (as Jak Brami)
Candy Castillo ... Bandito

Season 4, Episode 18: End of the Line

22 February 1977
Detectives Gerard and Panelli try to catch a pair of armed robbers who hit a supermarket, and are joined by a one-armed former detective, who is now an investigator for the store's insurance company.

Jim Brown ... Pete Gerard

Ron Masak ... Gino Panelli

David Sheiner ... Lieutenant Ziggy Stroder

John Crawford ... Tommy Tirdell
Marjorie Battles ... Terry Tirdell

Joe E. Tata ... Jimmy Ricks
Stephanie Edwards ... Faye Ludwig

Gary Lockwood ... J.A. 'Red' Avery

Yvonne Wilder ... Angie
Richard Reicheg ... Walt Truman

Carmen Argenziano ... Travis
Tom Tarpey ... Dan Betz
Barbara Brownell ... Lisa Panelli

Kate Williamson ... Shirley
Nora Boland ... the Woman in Window

Season 4, Episode 19: One of Our Cops Is Crazy

1 March 1977
Sgt. Paul Cazenovia uses highly unconventional, albeit successful, methods in his undercover narcotics unit, but his lieutenant thinks he is crazy. It doesn't help that Paul refuses to stay behind his desk while he's under suspension.

Gabe Kaplan ... Paul Cazenovia (as Gabriel Kaplan)
Frank Campanella ... Alex Pallentine

Hampton Fancher ... Pike Harriman
Jack Rader ... Sergeant Byron

Paul Tulley ... Russell Felts

Norman Fell ... Lieutenant Alfred Thornwood

Sam Weisman ... Sgt. Goshen

Judson Pratt ... Judge Farrell
Paul Larson ... Capt. Falconer
Eda Reiss Merin ... Moria Pallentine
Frank Geraci ... Chet Pallentine
Luke Andreas ... Hale Eddy
Ed Garrabrandt ... Bertie Yonkers (as Edward Garrabrandt)
Larry Ellis ... Vance
Howard Honig ... Dr. Hoosick
Del Hinkley ... Hoke
Howard George ... Officer Biscoe
Joe Petrullo ... Stokes
Fred Franklyn ... Pawling (as Frederic Franklyn)
Walt Davis ... Dalton
Timothy Himes ... Bluesuit #1 (as Tim Himes)
Allen Fife ... Buyer #1
Erik Cord ... Driver

Nick Dimitri ... Spock

Season 4, Episode 20: Ice Time

8 March 1977
Vice Detective Dave Tackleberry takes on a second job (to pay for his teenage daughter's figure skating development) at the same time he and his partner Det. Wurster try to bust a pimp specializing in underage girls.

Robert Forster ... Det. Sgt. Dave Tackleberry

David Spielberg ... 'Okay' Wurster

Elinor Donahue ... Camille Tackleberry
Pat Ast ... Claire

Allan Miller ... John Carrantini

James Cromwell ... Lutz

Lana Wood ... Rene
Joy LeDuc ... Ali Tackleberry (as Joy Lynn LeDuc)
Lilyan Chauvin ... June Spenard

Cindy Fisher ... Annie
Cindy Eilbacher ... Alicia (as Cynthia Eilbacher)

Lindsay Bloom ... Alma
Betty Anne Rees ... Roberta
Ed Call ... The Man in the Car
Bill Smillie ... Mr. Mungar
Karen Ciral ... Sweet Masseuse #1
Angel Carter ... Sweet Masseuse #2

Newell Alexander ... Medical Examiner
Gary Rethmeier ... Homicide Detective

Season 4, Episode 21: The Six Foot Stretch

24 March 1977


George Maharis ... Salter
Shelly Novack ... Inv. Riggs

Bernie Casey ... Hamilton Ward

Howard Duff ... DeHart

Albert Salmi ... Lieutenant Keasby

Stanley Bennett Clay ... Winthrop (as Stanley Clay)
Ernie Wheelwright ... Coolidge

John Davis Chandler ... Menzel (as John Chandler)
Karmin Murcelo ... Mrs. Ellman

Ed Peck ... Tillou
Paula Victor ... Apartment Manager
Joella Deffenbaugh ... Mail Clerk

Ruth Clifford ... Mrs. Stewart
Albert Able ... S.I.D. Man (as Al Able)

Morgan Farley ... Mr. Farrell
George Reynolds ... Oberlin
Juney Ellis ... Lady
John Yates ... Officer #2
Don 'Red' Bealle ... Uniform Passenger (as Don 'Red' Beale)
Rick Garcia ... Ralston

Eddie Quillan ... Thacher
Jack Griffin ... Mr, Mayhew

Season 4, Episode 22: Prime Rib

5 April 1977
Marty Lacayo and Glenn Talbot are street narcs, meaning they are given the task of busting nickel-and-dime users and hustlers. Shep, one of their users, gives them a tasty lead on a big distributor, but they are forbidden by Lt. Hagedorn from pursuing him.

David Groh ... Marty Lacayo
Robert Symonds ... Lieutenant Hagedorn
Ray Girardin ... Bill Massey

Hector Elias ... Serrato

John Karlen ... Shep
Arthur Batanides ... Gamboa (as Art Batanides)

Robert Goulet ... Glenn Talbot

Cheryl Ladd ... Buffy
Katie Hopkins Zerby ... Gretchen
Michael Sullivan ... Tony Papiano
Kay Cole ... Nicole
Gene Castle ... the Hype
Irene Byatt ... Mrs. Solomon (as Irenee Byatt)
Maria Cale ... Amparo

David Dukes ... Jake

Jay Rasumny ... Norm
Jerry Daniels ... Frank
Judee Morton ... Waitress
Luis Moreno ... Perez

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Trigger Point

27 September 1977


David Janssen ... Sgt. Joe Wilson
Scott Hylands ... Lt. Carl Inforzato

Scott Brady ... Schaeffer

Dennis Cole ... Johnny Reynolds

Don Johnson ... Lee Morgan

Meg Foster ... Nancy

Macdonald Carey ... Capt. Richard MacDonald (as Mac Donald Carey)
Richard Venture ... Bradshaw
Milton Selzer ... Police Psychiatrist
Jayne Kennedy ... Sgt. Janice Wesley

Diana Muldaur ... Margaret Wilson

Robert Forster ... Don Carpenter

Andrew Masset ... Garcia
Wallace Rooney ... Mr. Morgan

J.A. Preston ... Parkinson
Jack Stauffer ... Frey
Duncan Gamble ... Donaldson
Katharine Charles ... Eileen

Bob Hastings ... Merrick

Christine De Lisle ... Mary Jo (as Chris DeLisle)
Michael Sullivan ... the Swinger
June Whitley Taylor ... Edna

Edward James Olmos ... Cordova
Beverly Hope Atkinson ... the Hooker
Ron Stokes ... Chuck
Michael Payne ... Johnson
Toby Russ ... Mrs. Welford
Gavin Mooney ... Mr. Kearns
Diana McCannon ... Joanne (as Diann McCannon)
Kenneth Washington ... Helms (as Ken Washington)
Kim Yumiko ... Irene
Mark York ... Bar Customer
Ray Camacho ... Ramirez
Anthony Costello ... Laiten

Season 5, Episode 2: Stigma

9 November 1977
Manny Mandell, involved in a shootout with a fleeing felon in which his partner is fatally wounded, receives a Police Department medal as a result. The survivor's guilt is bad enough, but as a medal winner he finds the expectations overwhelming.

Mike Connors ... Curtis 'Manny' Mandell

Cameron Mitchell ... Taggart

Diane Baker ... DeeDee Mandell
Eddie Egan ... Ron Butler
Shelly Novack ... Phil Peters

David Ladd ... McRyan

Ken Swofford ... Lieutenant

Kim Richards ... Linda Mandell

Laraine Stephens ... Lynn Lewis

James Darren ... Roger Lewis

Martin Milner ... Grady Dolin

Michael Warren ... Officer Hopper

Lyman Ward ... Officer Harris
Ned Wilson ... Sgt. Snow
Harry Caesar ... Henry Wiggins
Johnny Timko ... Randy Lewis
M.P. Murphy ... Officer Raymond

Sam Weisman ... Officer John Ramsey

Robert Clotworthy ... Corvette Driver (as Rob Clothworthy)

John de Lancie ... Sgt. Ralski (as John De Lancie)
George Brenlin ... the Suspect
Ron Cummins ... Driver #1
Constance Pfeifer ... Ruta Simmons
Robert Broyles ... Hoby Simmons
Anson Downes ... Ray Little

Ellen Travolta ... Karen Ramsey
Gretchen Sloate ... Pat Little
Cheryl Carter ... Linette Hopper
Carol Tillery Banks ... Lois
Louie Elias ... Passenger
Ron Manning ... Casper Banks
Bob Jarvis ... Range Officer
Tom Reddin ... Himself (as Thomas Reddin)

Season 5, Episode 3: River of Promises

14 January 1978


Richard Yniguez ... Miguel Rataza (as Richard Yñiguez)

Gregory Sierra ... Aguilar Smith
Julio Medina ... Pedro

René Enríquez ... Guzmano
Jaime Sánchez ... Lopez (as Jaime Sanchez)

Robert Alda ... Hertz

Sue Lyon ... Caroline

Wolfman Jack ... Felco
James Victor ... Fuentes
Frank Campanella ... Janzko
Rose Portillo ... Rosalia

Russell Wiggins ... Tack

Joe Santos ... Sgt. Cordelia
Cynthia Avila ... Consuelo
Victor Millan ... El Indio
Lance Hool ... Officer Skaggs

David Pendleton ... Dr. Hayworth
Tom Newman ... Dr. Campanella

Jose De Vega ... Tiende
Margarita Cordova ... Eva
Jack Grapes ... City Attorney
Lynne Holmes ... Mabel Junior Wells (as Lyn Holms)
Ben Gage ... Don Hansen

Edward James Olmos ... Bill
Ned Wilson ... Marillo
Alma Beltran ... Manager
Ed Garrabrandt ... Raymond
Hector Morales ... Rivera (as Hector M. Morales)
Rita Gomez ... Carmen
David Yanez ... Paco
Louis Quinn ... George Felco
Jenny Gago ... Blanca
Freddie Roberto ... Stone Cutter

Lupe Ontiveros ... Rita
Pedro Martínez ... Julio (as Pedro Martinez)
Luis Contreras ... Coyote
Candy Castillo

Joaquin Garay III ... Carlos

Season 5, Episode 4: Day of Terror... Night of Fear

4 March 1978
Officer Ron Tice engages hostage-taker Richey Neptune in protracted negotiations, a task complicated by the fact that one of the five hostages is the Deputy Chief's daughter-in-law.

Chad Everett ... Ron Tice

Sandy Dennis ... Sharon Bristol

Bruce Davison ... Victor Joe Vero

Tom Simcox ... Sgt. Duvall
Michael Baseleon ... Sgt. Boller

Malcolm Atterbury ... Alfred Weiser
Ward Costello ... Deputy Chief Hosford
Andy Romano ... Lt. Celano
Sheila Larken ... Ginny Hosford

Warren Oates ... Richey Neptune
Graham Brown ... Eustis McCoy

Jack Dodson ... Osburn Parker
Zooey Hall ... Nick Volusia (as David Zooey Hall)

Erin Gray ... Laurie Tice