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Season: 1 | 2
Year: 1973 | 1974 | 1975 | 1976

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 0: Such Dust as Dreams Are Made On

11 March 1973
Harry Orwell is a LA cop who is retired due to a bullet in his back. Now a Private Detective, Harry O. is hired by the man who shot him to find the other man who was involved in the shooting. Scheerer is trying to kill Garrison and also keep his heroin business alive. Harry O. wants to bring both to justice.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Martin Sheen ... Harlan Garrison

Margot Kidder ... Helen

Will Geer ... Len McNeil

Marianna Hill ... Mildred

Sal Mineo ... Walter Scheerer

Mel Stewart ... Sgt. Arvin Granger (as Melvin Stewart)

Kathleen Lloyd ... Marilyn Bedestrum (as Kathleen Gackle)
Lawrence Cook ... Stewart - Bartender
Karen Lamm ... Girl Clerk
Les Lannom ... Library Assistant
S. John Launer ... Pollicheff
Bill McLean ... Wino

Cheryl Ladd ... Teenage Girl (as Cheryl Jean Stoppelmoor)
Joseph Hoover ... Desk Sgt.

Tim Haldeman ... Jesse
Jack Kosslyn ... Chester
Ethel Hazen ... Policewoman
Van Kirksey ... Black Man Being Booked

Michael McGreevey ... Bobby
Wesley Lau ... Police officer
Sarah Fankboner ... Waitress at Diner (uncredited)
Eddie Garrett ... Police Officer at Paint Factory (uncredited)
Garry Walberg ... Chemistry Professor (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 1: Gertrude

12 September 1974
Harry is hired by a beautiful but wacky woman. She wants him to find her brother, who went AWOL from the navy and sent her his left shoe. Orwell's investigation uncovers a gang of smugglers.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Henry Darrow ... Lt. Manuel 'Manny' Quinlan

Julie Sommars ... Gertrude Blainey

Michael McGuire ... Jack Woolf
Fred Sadoff ... Cmdr. Eugene Light
Les Lannom ... Harold Blainey

Mel Stewart ... Roy Bardello
Clay Tanner ... Marshall Coffey
Jim Bohan ... Police Officer
Jon Lormer ... Mr. Olsher
Bill Stevens ... Lt. Cmdr. Correo
Joseph Johnson ... Sonny Limpio

Season 1, Episode 2: The Admiral's Lady

19 September 1974
Harry is hired by a retired Navy Admiral to find his missing wife, Andrea. The police think she drowned when her boat broke up and sank but the Admiral does not believe this. Harry begins his investigation by questioning members of the exclusive yacht club that the Admiral and his wife belong to. When the police pull a woman's body from the ocean Harry is surprised when it doesn't turn out to be the Admiral's wife but a friend of hers...and it turns out she was murdered and not a drowning victim. Harry now believes that Andrea Tannehill is alive and in danger somewhere and continues searching with renewed interest.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Henry Darrow ... Lt. Manuel 'Manny' Quinlan

Leif Erickson ... Admiral Tannehill

John McMartin ... Jordan Briggs
Ellen Weston ... Mrs. Lucas

Sharon Acker ... Andrea Tannehill

Charles Haid ... Sgt. Garvey
David Moses ... Billings
Al Checco ... Bartender
Sally Carter-Ihnat ... Mrs. Briggs
Milt Kogan ... Dr. Rodman
Lucas White ... Hutchins
Stacy Keach Sr. ... Security Guard
Tom McFadden ... Policeman

Season 1, Episode 3: Guardian at the Gates

26 September 1974
Harry is hired by his beautiful neighbor to find out who is trying to kill her curmudgeon father. Paul Sawyer is an eccentric, arrogant architect, considered to be a genius, but the list of his enemies is quite long.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Henry Darrow ... Lt. Manuel 'Manny' Quinlan

Barry Sullivan ... Paul Armin Sawyer

Linda Evans ... Marian Sawyer

Anne Archer ... Sharon Dempsey

Katherine Woodville ... Janet Marsh

Richard Kelton ... Bill Dempsey

Gordon Jump ... Tanner Ross
S. John Launer ... Dr. Belden

Michael C. Gwynne ... Andrew Marsh
Linda Dangcil ... Bar Worker (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Mortal Sin

3 October 1974
Harry's friend is a Catholic Priest who asks for Orwell's help in finding a man who confessed to a murder. Unable to break his vow of secrecy, he can't go to the police. Soon, other bodies begin turning up dead.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Henry Darrow ... Lt. Manuel 'Manny' Quinlan

Laurence Luckinbill ... Paul Vecchio
Walter McGinn ... Eric Press

Mary Murphy ... Joyce Greenbaum
Carol Eve Rossen ... Marian Press (as Carol Rossen)

John Doucette ... Bishop Monaghan
Phillip Pine ... Burt Greenbaum
J. Edward McKinley ... Kramer
Barry Cahill ... Ben Samuels
Beans Morocco ... Philip (as Dan Barrows)

Charles Drake ... Marty Scofield

G.W. Bailey ... Remsen

Season 1, Episode 5: Coinage of the Realm

10 October 1974
A young girl is in need of a kidney transplant, and her estranged father has her rare blood-type. Harry is hired to find her father, who is in hiding from the mob, as two assassins begin following Orwell around as he investigates.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Henry Darrow ... Lt. Manuel 'Manny' Quinlan

Kenneth Mars ... Don Yorkfield

Joan Darling ... Rosemary Yorkfield

Dawn Lyn ... Shelly Yorkfield

David Dukes ... Joe Heston

Granville Van Dusen ... Fred Lassiter
Julio Medina ... Dr. Troy
David Moses ... Billings
Edward Walsh ... Franklin
Danny Wells ... Dispatcher
Casey MacDonald ... Nurse

Florence Stanley ... Edith

Season 1, Episode 6: Eyewitness

17 October 1974
A woman hires Orwell to help her son, who has been wrongfully arrested for murder. During his investigation, Harry locates a witness to the murder--but unfortunately the witness is blind.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Henry Darrow ... Lt. Manuel 'Manny' Quinlan

James McEachin ... Teaser Strock

Rosalind Cash ... Shirley Drew
George Spell ... Garfield Adams

Margaret Avery ... Ginnie Adams

Hal Williams ... Sgt. Earl Danning
Ty Henderson ... James Drew
David Moody ... Win Early
Leonard Simon ... Sully Dale
Renny Roker ... Keenan
Ed Cambridge ... Benjy (as Edmund Cambridge)
John Hawker ... Manager
Nathaniel Taylor ... Bartender (as Nathaniel 'Jitihadi' Taylor)
John Gruber ... Reager

G.W. Bailey ... 1st Officer
Adrian Ricard ... The Wife
Bill Henderson ... Teak

Season 1, Episode 7: Shadows at Noon

24 October 1974
When Harry suspects a young woman is being held against her will in a mental asylum, he investigates and discovers a murder. He pretends to be a patient and goes undercover as a patient.

Season 1, Episode 8: Ballinger's Choice

31 October 1974
A woman hires Harry to locate her missing husband. What Orwell discovers during his investigation is a complex web of lies and deceit--even murder--resulting in his being being shot while working the case.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Henry Darrow ... Lt. Manuel 'Manny' Quinlan

Paul Burke ... Philip Ballinger
Tim McIntire ... Burt Rosten
Lisa Gerritsen ... Michelle March

Juliet Mills ... Margaret Ballinger

Tom Atkins ... Sgt. Frank Cole

Mel Stewart ... Roy Bardello
Victor Caroli ... Harbor Master
Ken Johnson ... Mechanic
John McLiam ... The Old Salt

Season 1, Episode 9: Second Sight

7 November 1974
A blind woman writes about her psychic visions of death. When they come true, she becomes a suspect. But, also, a potential victim. Her last vision: "I'm next".

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Henry Darrow ... Lt. Manuel 'Manny' Quinlan

Stefanie Powers ... Fay Conners
Mitzi Hoag ... Blanche Olney

Martin E. Brooks ... Carver

Tom Atkins ... Sgt. Frank Cole

Michael Baseleon ... Asst. D.A. Bryan Douglas

Frank Ramírez ... Dr. Lupe Hernandez
David Moses ... Billings
Henry Oliver ... Dr. Arnold Pearce
Robert Doyle ... Jennings

Anne Seymour ... Librarian
Millie Slavin ... Receptionist

Season 1, Episode 10: Material Witness

14 November 1974
Capt. Jaklin has been trying to nail Joe Kiley for years but witnesses keep disappearing or coming to other tragic ends. Harry is asked to guard a witness against Kiley but someone seems to have betrayed them.

Season 1, Episode 11: Forty Reasons to Kill: Part 1

5 December 1974
Harry's friend George Makita is found murdered with a large amount of cocaine in his possession. The police believe he was drug dealer, but his girlfriend hires Harry to look into his death. Discovering evidence that George was framed, Harry travels to Vadero County and meets with a very pretty, very wealthy woman named Glenna Nielson, who owns a large ranch there. Glenna had sold forty acres to George just prior to his death, and Harry suspects this is connected to the murder. When a prominent businessman (Glenna's uncle) is killed, Harry is arrested for his murder.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Henry Darrow ... Lt. Manuel 'Manny' Quinlan

Joanna Pettet ... Glenna Nielson

Craig Stevens ... Ben Ryerson

Ned Romero ... Deputy Gutierrez

Broderick Crawford ... John Mackenzie
Hilary Thompson ... Laura Silver
Mary Maldonado ... Maid

Wayne Grace ... Ross Terrell
Craig Campfield ... C. C. Jackman
Al Couppee ... Harvey Davis
Lou Frizzell ... Sheriff Ira Rankin

Eric Christmas ... Congressman Sam Galbraith

Paul Benedict ... Veneman

Season 1, Episode 12: Forty Reasons to Kill: Part 2

12 December 1974
Lt. Manny Quinlan travels to Vedero County to help prove Harry's innocence and solve the murder of George Makita. Glenna Nielsen develops feelings for Orwell.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Henry Darrow ... Lt. Manuel 'Manny' Quinlan

Joanna Pettet ... Glenna Nielson

Craig Stevens ... Ben Ryerson

Ned Romero ... Deputy Gutierrez

Broderick Crawford ... John Mackenzie (credit only)
Hilary Thompson ... Laura Silver

William Bassett ... Red Kramer (as William H. Bassett)
Mary Maldonado ... Maid

Wayne Grace ... Ross Terrell
Eleanor Zee ... Mrs. Alice Greeson
Pedro Martinez ... Martinez
Don Freeman ... Reporter
Lou Frizzell ... Sheriff Ira Rankin

Eric Christmas ... Congressman Sam Galbraith

Bill Quinn ... Judge Bellinson

Kevin Hagen ... Prof. Fineman

Season 1, Episode 13: Accounts Balanced

26 December 1974
Anne Virdon is an old friend of Orwell's, and she hires Harry to check on her husband, fearing he is seeing another woman. The truth is something very different, as someone fires a shot at Orwell.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Henry Darrow ... Lt. Manuel 'Manny' Quinlan

Robert Reed ... Paul Virdon

Linda Marsh ... Anne Virdon

Tom Atkins ... Sgt. Frank Cole

Gerrit Graham ... Charles Dillon
Vernon Weddle ... Desk Clerk
Louis Guss ... Apartment Manager

John Crawford ... Coroner

Jerry Hardin ... Doorman
Charlie Briggs ... Policeman in Galveston
James Jeter ... Cab Driver

Barry Russo ... Al Stucke (credit only) (as John Duke Russo)
E.J. André ... The Old Man

Season 1, Episode 14: The Last Heir

9 January 1975
Lettie owns a gold mine in the desert. Lettie's two sisters, a brother, and a grand-nephew and his wife come for their annual visit. Trapped in the house in the middle of the desert, they start getting killed off, one by one.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Jeanette Nolan ... Letty

Katherine Justice ... Anne

Clifford David ... Jeff

Sylvia Field ... Loretta
Irene Tedrow ... Helen

Whit Bissell ... Col. Zachary

Season 1, Episode 15: For the Love of Money

16 January 1975
Emily and her boyfriend steal $25,000 in bonds from her boss's safe. She has a change of heart and wants to return the bonds, but her boyfriend and the bonds are gone. Harry is hired to find the missing boyfriend.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Mariclare Costello ... Emily

Bernie Kopell ... Charlie
Joe Silver ... Bernie

Fred Beir ... Frank

Sharon Farrell ... Pauline

Sabrina Scharf ... Kathy

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Don Roberts

Don Haggerty ... Winslow

Don Eitner ... Miles
Frances Fong ... Maid
Beau Charles ... Singer (as Beau Cecchino)

Kathrine Baumann ... Betsy

Season 1, Episode 16: The Confetti People

23 January 1975
A young man who has been in an institution is tricked into shooting his brother and Harry finds it is a scam by his sister-in-law to inherit a wealthy trust fund.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Diana Hyland ... Sandra Dawes
Scott Hylands ... Luke Turner

Marsha Hunt ... Eve Mendenhall
Harvey Jason ... Dr. William Bronson
Scott McKay ... Arthur Dawes

John Rubinstein ... Jack Dawes

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Don Roberts

Kay E. Kuter ... Albert Black

Dean Stewart ... Assistant Coroner (as Marvin Dean Stewart)
Cynthia Hoppenfeld ... Ruthie (as Cynthia Towne)

Kathrine Baumann ... Betsy

Season 1, Episode 17: Sound of Trumpets

30 January 1975
Harry is attending a seaside jazz club when he hears a trumpeter playing in tune outside. Suddenly the trumpeter falls into the water - pushed in by a hit man unnoticed by anyone else. Harry, thinking the trumpeter passed out from being drunk, takes him to his beach house to sober up, and the next morning leaves to buy groceries. When Harry returns he finds a bottle of scotch broken and his car gone, stolen by the trumpeter. He also finds a young singer, Ruthie Daniels, waiting for him; Ruthie knows who the trumpeter is - her father, Arthur "Art Sully" Daniels. Daniels went to prison in 1963 for stabbing to death a mobster named Reisman and is now on parole; Daniels was gypped by his record company, led by Sid Hacktel, out of royalties, and is being pursued. Harry smokes out the hit man seeking Daniels and identifies him as Manny "Smitty" Schmicht, a former bouncer for one of Hacktel's nightclubs - and who is left-handed. When Sid Hacktel is found shot to death, Harry's car with Daniel's hat and trumpet are found abandoned in the driveway, but Harry recognizes it to be a setup since he had the hat and horn at his house that morning. Lt. Trench is stuck, since the only hard evidence he has is against Daniels even though he recognizes Daniels is being set up, since Hacktel's company is under FBI investigation for pirating recordings of jazz concerts and festivals, and an FBI agent involved in the investigation was found stabbed to death six weeks earlier. But both Harry and Trench encounter more than they bargained for when a family friend of the Daniels' is found stabbed to death and Ruthie Daniels is taken hostage by Smitty.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Julius Harris ... Arthur 'Art Sully' Daniels
Brenda Sykes ... Ruthie Daniels

Jim Backus ... Ziggy
Alan Manson ... Clint Kaplan

Cab Calloway ... Chuck Henry

Hal Williams ... Clarence

Ron Soble ... Manny 'Smitty' Schmitt

Henry Corden ... Sidney Hacktel

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Don Roberts
Ken Renard ... Single Wing Reilly
Betty Cole ... Myrna

Cynthia Lynn ... Chick

Kathrine Baumann ... Betsy

Season 1, Episode 18: Silent Kill

6 February 1975
Harry comes to the aid of a deaf mute man accused of setting fire to a building after he was fired from his job as the building's janitor.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

James Wainwright ... Ken Corby

Kathleen Lloyd ... Eileen Corby (as Kathy Lloyd)

Gail Strickland ... Laura Mayo

Lawrence Pressman ... Alex Keller

Jack Riley ... Eddie Stern

William Sylvester ... Ben Loretz

Jed Allan ... Ted Gillman

Len Wayland ... Capt. Kronman

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Don Roberts
Charles Wagenheim ... Hal Gordon
James McCallion ... Judge Rizzani
Tom Scott ... Blainey
Roberta Dean ... Joyce Maltby
Lou Fant ... Deaf Translator

Season 1, Episode 19: Double Jeopardy

13 February 1975
Carl Milland is a legitimate, successful businessman who used to be a big-time gangster. Harry witnesses Mr. Milland's daughter being murdered on the beach, and sees a young man in the vicinity moments later. The police arrest the young man, who is an aspiring actor named Todd Conway, but release him for lack of evidence. Todd then hires Harry the next day after an attempt on his life. Orwell suspects Carl Milland has put a 'hit' on Todd, and strikes a deal with Milland to give him 24 hours to find the real killer of his daughter.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Kurt Russell ... Todd Conway

Will Kuluva ... Carl Milland

Ben Piazza ... Frank Cabot

Audrey Totter ... Mrs. Dante

Paul Brinegar ... Old Man

Hal Williams ... Clarence
Renata Vanni ... Helen Milland
Robert Cleaves ... Sam Boudreau

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Don Roberts

Richard Carlyle ... Middle-Aged Man
Mary Munday ... Stable Woman
Wonderful Smith ... Eddie
Joel Lawrence ... Police Technician
Nancy Stephens ... Receptionist

Linda Dano ... Barbara Milland
Ellen Chute ... Billie
Emily Chute ... Bonnie
Ed Call ... Workman
Ariane Heller ... Little Girl
Roger Creed ... John
Sonny Shields ... Al

Farrah Fawcett ... Sue Ingham (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)

Season 1, Episode 20: Lester

20 February 1975
A college student is murdered on campus and the prime suspect seems more interested in the investigation than worried about it. All clues point in one direction, but Harry digs deeper to find the truth.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Jamie Smith-Jackson ... Judy (as Jamie Smith Jackson)

Richard Schaal ... Neil Valentine
Les Lannom ... Lester Hodges
Lynette Mettey ... Barbara Manush
Norma Connolly ... Mrs. Hodges
Ken Sansom ... Mr. Hodges

Allen G. Norman ... Pierce Albright

Karen Lynn Gorney ... Sally Seiple
Scott Newman ... Randy

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Don Roberts
Rand Bridges ... Capt. Spence
Esther Palmisano ... Lynne
Tracy Fink ... The Daughter

Farrah Fawcett ... Sue Ingham (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)

Season 1, Episode 21: Elegy for a Cop

27 February 1975
Lt. Manny Quinlan drives to Los Angeles in order to help his drug addicted niece. He finds her in a seedy hotel, but it is a setup and he's shot. An envelope full of money is planted on his body to make it appear he was a 'dirty' cop. Before he dies however, he manages to mail the envelope full of money to Harry, and Orwell takes it from there, investigating his friend's murder and trying to clear his good name and reputation.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Sal Mineo ... Broker (also archive footage)

Kathleen Lloyd ... Marilyn Quinlan Bedestrum (also archive footage) (as Kathy Lloyd)

Henry Darrow ... Lt. Manuel 'Manny' Quinlan
Julio Medina ... Jesus Quinlan

Margaret Avery ... Ruby Dome
Carmen Zapata ... Mrs. Reynosa

Jennifer Lee Pryor ... Doll (as Jennifer Lee)

Paul Tulley ... Sergeant Roberts

Mel Stewart ... Arvin Granger (archive footage)
Raymond O'Keefe ... Roman Kinestino
Clay Tanner ... Leon - Bartender

Olan Soule ... Mr. Elko
Paul Harper ... Felon

Chris Capen ... Doctor (as Cris Capen)
Kenia Torres Hernandez ... Little Girl

Farrah Fawcett ... Sue Ingham (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Mexican Man

Season 1, Episode 22: Street Games

2 March 1975
When a drug addicted street waif witnesses a murder, she is forced to flee for her life. Harry is hired by her mother to find her before the killers do.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Maureen McCormick ... Nancy Wayne

Claudette Nevins ... Marge Wayne
John McMurtry ... Cicero Kern

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Don Roberts

Philip Sterling ... Maxie Reardon
Ray Vitte ... Bama

Stanley Bennett Clay ... Willie Ravell
Ketty Lester ... Sally Jackson
W.T. Zacha ... Cutter
Vince Martorano ... Hitch
Anthony Mason ... Jambo
Lezlie Dalton ... Policewoman (as Leslie Dalton)
John Lawrence ... Jim Pederson
Lani O'Grady ... Jean
Tony Alvarenga ... Tommy
Trent Dolan ... Police Officer

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: Anatomy of a Frame

11 September 1975
Lt. Trench is the victim of a frame up. An informant of his is murdered and the circumstances make him appear guilty. It doesn't help his case any when the Captain in charge doesn't like Trench because of his swift promotion over more seasoned officers. Trench reluctantly hires Harry to find the truth and clear his name. Harry's investigation leads him to a ring of heroin dealers.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Rene Auberjonois ... Rabbit

Harold J. Stone ... Capt. Gunther

Margaret Avery ... Ruby Dome

James McEachin ... Jimmy Dorn
John Harkins ... Malcolm Rosen

Gordon Jump ... Thornton Williams
Rand Bridges ... Attendant

William Sylvester ... District Attorney

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts
Laurie Kennedy ... Libby Weld

James Hong ... Leonard Soon

Macon McCalman ... Crane

Christine Avila ... Woman
Royce Wallace ... Judge

Al Hansen ... Sgt. Baker

Gary Sandy ... Police Officer

Season 2, Episode 2: One for the Road

18 September 1975
Following a high-society dinner, a young woman is run down and left for dead on a lonely highway. High profile attorney and alcoholic, Jennifer Roth, leaves the dinner intoxicated and can't remember driving home. When she learns about the hit-and-run victim the next morning, she hires Harry to find out if she was the driver, and he discovers that her car was used to run down the girl. Orwell investigates a number of other suspects who also left the same dinner, and uncovers an eye-witness to the accident who then disappears before he can identify the driver. Harry is shot at in his own home when it appears he is getting too close to discovering the identity of the hit-and-run driver.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench
Carol Eve Rossen ... Jennifer Roth (as Carol Rossen)

Robert Loggia ... Joe Becker

Christopher Allport ... Wayne Hadley

Larry Hagman ... Bernie Roth
Frederick Herrick ... Billy
Susan Adams ... Jean Parnell

Richard Roat ... Stanley Hammer

John Zaremba ... Dr. Fell

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts
Ann Noland ... Girl Hippie
Rori Gwynne ... Melanie Bates
Jim Boles ... Wrangler
Peggy Doyle ... Mrs. Hobbs
C. Lindsay Workman ... Judge
Trent Dolan ... Marshal
Jean Leabetter ... AA Leader

Season 2, Episode 3: Lester Two

25 September 1975
Lester Hodges is back, much to Harry's chagrin. Harry's next door neighbor and stewardess girlfriend, Sue Ingham, returns from a flight to Paris. Unbeknownst to her, she has stolen diamonds in a bottle of perfume in her suitcase. Her house is ransacked as the thieves search for the diamonds, and not finding them they kidnap Sue and hold her for ransom. Learning the gems never left France in the first place, Harry and Lester fly to Paris to retrieve the diamonds. Using James Bond type gadgets supplied by Lester, they attempt to free Sue and catch the thieves.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench
Les Lannom ... Lester Hodges

Ina Balin ... Sylvia Perrault

Clifford David ... Paul Levesque

Farrah Fawcett ... Sue Ingham (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)
Richard Venture ... Inspector Tyrac
Maria Grimm ... Marie Therese Marbot
Eric Server ... Rick Colmar

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts
Roger Etienne ... French Police Officer
Alain Patrick ... Escort

Loni Anderson ... Linzy
Paul Harper ... Kroner
Rhonda Bates ... Varenne
Mary Angela Shea ... Stewardess (as Mary Angela)
Ed Deemer ... Airline Passenger
Marilyn Child ... Woman Passenger

Season 2, Episode 4: Shades

2 October 1975
Harry is hired by a wealthy woman to investigate the arrest of her housekeeper for murder. The investigation leads Orwell into a world of blackmail, hidden family secrets and murder.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Louis Gossett Jr. ... Cleon Jackson (as Lou Gossett)

Lincoln Kilpatrick ... Nat Collins

Linden Chiles ... Raymond Duvall

Maidie Norman ... Clara Wooster

Anjanette Comer ... Grace Duvall
Bill Henderson ... Spencer Johnson

Thayer David ... Peter MacNamara
David Moody ... Steele
Junero Jennings ... Tremaine

G.W. Bailey ... Garner

Season 2, Episode 5: Portrait of a Murder

20 November 1975
A mentally challenged young man sneaks out of his home in the middle of the night to go to a carnival. When a young woman is found strangled the next morning, his parents hire Harry to find out where their son went during the night. All the young man can say is that he saw a lion under the pier, but two other women had previously been strangled in the area, and when a fourth victim turns up, all evidence points to the young man as the killer. Harry investigates and discovers a multitude of possible suspects.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Adam Arkin ... Eric Kershaw

Katherine Helmond ... Anne Kershaw
Lou Frizzell ... George Kershaw

Alan Feinstein ... Phil Unsworth
Rose Gregorio ... Dorina
Jeff David ... Dr. Cadbury
William Traylor ... Howard Pomeroy

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts

Allan Miller ... Johnny Thayer
Erica Yohn ... Mrs. Stockdale

Don Hanmer ... Candy Man
Amy Botwinick ... Andrea Mills
Paul Harper ... Frank Meredith
Lois De Banzie ... Helen

Season 2, Episode 6: The Acolyte

16 October 1975
Harry is hired to find a young woman who will soon turn 25, making her eligible to inherit her family fortune. His investigation leads him to believe she is in the Institute of Religious Psychology. When he manages to sneak into her room and talk to her, he discovers she is being brainwashed, drugged and indoctrinated. She is hiding out there because she believes she murdered someone, and in her befuddled state she is about to donate her fortune to the Institute. Harry must help her.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Bettye Ackerman ... Laureen Lister
Severn Darden ... Ingo Wells
Kristina Holland ... Kristina Ferrickson
John Calvin ... Thaddeus Staffenbecker

Sam Jaffe ... Dr. Howard Cambridge

Barry Atwater ... Phil Austin
Joshua Shelley ... Sam Linklatter

Barbara Leigh ... Gina

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts

Peter Brocco ... Roger Hastings

Clyde Kusatsu ... Coroner
Joseph Mell ... Polson
George Reynolds ... Rogan
Christopher Barrett ... Intern

Alan Oppenheimer ... Lewis C. Grover

Season 2, Episode 7: Mayday

23 October 1975
Ward Nevins is a pilot whom Harry knew when they served in Korea. He is flying Senator John Elton when their private plane suddenly falters and begins to fall. Nevins radios for help while Elton dons a parachute, but Nevins suddenly passes out and the plane crashes, killing Nevins and injuring Senator Elton. Harry attends the funeral and Nevin's widow Ellen tells him of strange behavior and phone calls by Ward before the fatal flight, and when they arrive at her house it has been ransacked. Harry flies to Fresno and learns that a valve on the plane jammed, but they can't explain why; he also learns the Senator's chute was defective. Harry later learns that Elton is a swing vote on a highway bill that may benefit Northwest Engineering, whose president Hal Follet hates Senator Elton. Harry then learns from Lt. Trench that fingerprints from Ellen's house belong to hit-man Rod Stoner. Another enemy of the Senator is union boss Jake Muller, who has employed Stoner in the past, and Harry realizes the plane was sabotaged, a suspicion confirmed first by an attempt on his life by Stoner, then when he and Ellen discover a safe deposit box owned by Ward that contains over $50,000, and finally when Harry has Ward's body exhumed for a new autopsy and learns from the wrecked plane that Ward had deliberately had the fatal valve frozen to make a crash, and the oxygen tank used by Ward was replaced with a nitrogen tank. Harry tracks down and confronts the mechanic responsible, but their lives at in danger when they are cornered and attacked by Stoner and several accomplices.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Bruce Kirby ... FAA Chief

Margaret Blye ... Ellen Nevins (as Maggie Blye)
Hildy Brooks ... Jean Elton

Linda Kelsey ... Karen Dorland

Geoffrey Lewis ... Senator John Elton

John Crawford ... Hal Follet

Sondra Blake ... Willie's Wife

Jack Colvin ... Willie
Claire Brennen ... Gloria
Robert Riesel ... Jake Muller

Barbara Leigh ... Gina

Macon McCalman ... Gordon Marks
Ned Wilson ... Ward Nevins
Eddie Fontaine ... Ted Marion

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts
Dave Morick ... Ed Grauman

Raymond Singer ... Bergman
June Whitley Taylor ... Clerk
Ivan Bonar ... Surgeon
Ron Stokes ... Controller

Season 2, Episode 8: Tender Killing Care

30 October 1975
Spence, Harry's auto mechanic, fears his father is being mistreated at the 'old folks home'. When Spence's father dies, he hires Harry to investigate the Doctor at the home.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Kenneth Mars ... Dr. Mangram
Bill Henderson ... Spencer Johnson
Janet Brandt ... Mrs. Farber

Allan Rich ... Charlie Kravitz
Bill Overton ... Horace Ball

Howard Hesseman ... Senator Lawler
Jester Hairston ... Jefferson Johnson
Richard Stahl ... Dr. Samuelson

Robert Ito ... Chang Lee
Esther Koslow ... Nurse

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts

Tim Haldeman ... Dean Farber
Bruce Solomon ... Official
Bo Kaprall ... Oscar Clark
Lois Williams ... Mrs. Wayne
Lee Duncan ... Jack
Raymond Chao ... Kim Lee
William H. Knight ... 1st Cop

Farrah Fawcett ... Sue Ingham (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)

Don Pedro Colley ... Matthew Brandt (uncredited)
George Golden ... Committee Man (uncredited)

Hank Robinson ... Committee Man (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: APB Harry Orwell

6 November 1975
The victim of an elaborate frame, Harry is arrested for murder. While awaiting trial, Harry escapes and tracks down the real killer as he attempts to clear his name.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Lesley Ann Warren ... Gail Stephens (as Lesley Warren)
Fred Sadoff ... Eldon Bardach

Michael C. Gwynne ... Randall Groves
Bill Henderson ... Spencer Johnson

John Lupton ... Walter Blanke
Joyce Easton ... Mrs. Blanke
Richard Stahl ... Pathologist

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts

Rosanna DeSoto ... Edwina (as Rosanna Soto)
John Lawrence ... Al Buddusky

Don Eitner ... Don Maffry
Skip Riley ... Biegelman
Beans Morocco ... Simons (as Dan Barrows)

John Dennis ... Guard
Clay Tanner ... Deputy

Robert Gooden ... Mr. Elko
Robert Hackman ... Bailiff (as Bob Hackman)

Farrah Fawcett ... Sue Ingham (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)

John O'Leary ... Businessman
Don Priest ... Judge Dahlberg

Season 2, Episode 10: Group Terror

13 November 1975
When members of a therapy group turn up murdered, the group psychiatrist suspects one of the members and hires Harry to investigate.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Joanna Pettet ... Breda Beach

Don Stroud ... Bump

Mills Watson ... Rusty
Jay Robinson ... Karl Singleton

Liam Sullivan ... John Grant

Mark Miller ... Cary
Mary-Robin Redd ... Millie
Carole Mallory ... Phyllis
Dave Shelley ... Simons
John Holland ... Doctor

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts
John Mark Robinson ... Student
Mathilda Calnan ... Maid

Geoffrey Scott ... Will Hawkins
Georgie Paul ... Nurse

Linda Lavin ... Alice

Season 2, Episode 11: Reflections

9 October 1975
A friend of Harry's calls him, saying her husband hasn't been home all night. Her husband is Harry's former partner on the police force, now a P.I., and a known womanizer. When Harry discovers him in a motel, he has been murdered by a blackmailer. Investigating further, Orwell finds he was working for his own ex-wife, Elizabeth, who is now married to a judge. Harry and Elizabeth still have deep feelings for each other, as he tries to protect her and her husband while catching the blackmailer.

Season 2, Episode 12: Exercise in Fatality

4 December 1975
Police Sgt. Frank Brannen is distraught over his runaway daughter, and tracks down her pusher/boyfriend, threatening to kill him for getting his daughter addicted to drugs. Sgt. Brannen's daughter walks into the apartment, and it's obvious she is pregnant. After she runs away, Sgt. Brannen is knocked out from behind, and when he wakes up his daughter's boyfriend is found shot with Brannen's own gun. Arrested for murder, he hires Orwell to find the real killer and locate his runaway daughter. The ensuing investigation leads to the murder of a good friend of Harry's, and more drug-addled suspects and witnesses.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Ralph Meeker ... Sgt. Frank Brannen
Nora Heflin ... Missy Brannen
Karen Machon ... Julie Wilson
Annazette Chase ... Jean Rogers
Ray Vitte ... Richie Harris

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts
Cynthia Avila ... Lynn Robeson
Richard Foronjy ... Sammy Wren

Carl W. Crudup ... Catcher (as Carl Crudup)
Claude Earl Jones ... Charlie Leinback
Gene Woodbury ... Elroy Minor
Lauren Jones ... Sister
Amy Joyce ... Anne Thomas
Lani O'Grady ... Helen
Leda Rogers ... Alice Leinback
Bill Deiz ... Trip
Ray Ballard ... Manager
Bea Silvern ... Nurse
Irene Gilbert ... Sgt. Burton
Asher Brauner ... Silk

Season 2, Episode 13: The Madonna Legacy

11 December 1975
A man calls Harry Orwell while Harry is asleep, but when the half-awake Harry answers, there is nothing, so Harry hangs up. The next day Harry learns that Frank McDonald, an old friend from his days with the San Diego PD, has been found dead. The death is ruled a suicide but Harry is skeptical, and after learning that McDonald was the man who called him that night, Harry begins backtracking those who most recently knew McDonald. He meets a woman McDonald knew from attending AA meetings, a woman who was married to wealthy businessman Walter Nesbitt. Harry then begins piecing together information on a murder case McDonald was involved in years earlier involving the death of Walter Nesbitt's secretary, Angela Thomas. Several attempts on the lives of Harry, Nesbitt's estranged son-in-law, and Nesbitt's mentally disturbed son lead Harry and Lt. Trench back to the man convicted of Angela Thomas' murder, a man named Bill Henderson, a violent man who was recently paroled but who Harry learns was not the real killer.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

John Colicos ... Walter Nesbitt

Dennis Redfield ... Jonathan Nesbitt
Gwen Arner ... Stella Christian
Christine Belford ... Karen Nesbitt
Phyllis Love ... Jean MacDonald
Charles Shull ... Bill Henderson
Doria Cook-Nelson ... Joanna Costello (as Doria Cook)

Jack Riley ... Barney Hamilton

Sabrina Scharf ... Jenny
Carol Bagdasarian ... Angela Thomas

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts
Joseph Stern ... Ralph Costello
Jane Lambert ... Amy
Derek Murcott ... Dr. Foster

Paul Bryar ... Bartender

Season 2, Episode 14: Mister Five and Dime

8 January 1976
Lester Hodges is back, much to Orwell's annoyance. Gayle shares a class with Lester, and when she is arrested for passing counterfeit money, she calls on Lester for help, who in turn goes to Harry. Gayle got the money from her grandfather, but when he is kidnapped Harry and Lester discover printing equipment in his attic. He is a gifted counterfeiter who has been at it for years. He is being forced to print bogus money for a group of thieves who need a large sum of cash to purchase a shipment of heroin entering the country. The case takes many twists and turns, involving the secret service, FBI and the Mexican secret service.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Glynnis O'Connor ... Gayle

Michael McGuire ... Lipton

J. Pat O'Malley ... Bill Hoxley

Michael Pataki ... Bargo
Les Lannom ... Lester Hodges

Margaret Avery ... Ruby Dome
Charles Siebert ... Shaeffer
Douglas Dirkson ... Tim Condit
Booth Colman ... Sturgis
Julio Medina ... Legation Official

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts
Ed McCready ... Booking Officer

Russell Arms ... Attendant
Cass Martin ... Mr. Tizado
Paul Jenkins ... Ludford

Season 2, Episode 15: Book of Changes

15 January 1976
Kate owns and runs a gambling nightclub, and one night she surprises a thief in her office, and is shot and killed. A young girl who works for Kate named Jamie, witnesses the murder and flees the scene. Jamie had orders from Kate to contact Harry in the case of her death, taking to him a note revealing that she kept a notebook with the names of important people, which she used for her own protection. This leads Harry down a trail of investigation that involves the blackmail of several important people whose names are in the little black book, resulting in the murder of several individuals and an attempt on Orwell's life.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Joanne Nail ... Jamie

Russell Wiggins ... Peter Wesler

Richard Kelton ... Bruce Cantrell
John S. Ragin ... John Wesler

Barbara Rhoades ... Linda Maris

Rita Gam ... Naomi Cline
David Healy ... Mike Gorman

Jack Mullaney ... Cab Driver

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts
Byron Mabe ... Ted Arlington
Patsy Garrett ... Manageress
Susan Woollen ... Secretary
Llynn Storer ... Medical Examiner

Barbara Cason ... Kate

Season 2, Episode 16: Past Imperfect

22 January 1976
Carl Dawes has been in prison for murder, but has been paroled and he goes to see his former girlfriend Sara Webber. Dawes and Webber played confidence games, cheating business types out of their money, but Sara has gone straight. When Carl asks about a suitcase they had kept, Sara tells him it is still at the San Diego apartment of her friend Kate Roberti, which drives Carl into a rage, as he claims the suitcase contains $300,000 from a Syndicate courier he killed years earlier. He smacks Sara, then stabs a bystander who tries to stop him, and flees. Sara is reluctant to implicate Carl, but Lt. Trench tells Sara to hire Harry Orwell else he'll have to arrest her for aiding a fleeing criminal. She hires Harry to find her suitcase in San Diego, but when Harry meets Kate he learns she gave the suitcase to another friend in LA. Harry drives to LA but find Kate's friend dead in her apartment, the suitcase hidden; Harry is also unaware that Granville Coleman and Roy Garvey, two Mob hit men, have assaulted Kate to learn the whereabouts of this same suitcase. When Harry and Trench have Sara search the suitcase, she finds nothing but old clothes and a stack of stamped letters. She nonetheless agrees to stay at Harry's beach house for awhile, but the next day she and Harry are taken at gunpoint by Carl, who tells Harry to get the suitcase from the police and return it to him else he'll kill Sara outside the city. Harry gets the suitcase but when he finds Carl Dawes, the man is dead, shot by Coleman and Garvey. Sara finally tells Harry who owns the suitcase and Harry must reluctantly take Garvey to a millionaire in San Diego while Coleman holds Sara hostage.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Susan Strasberg ... Sara Webber
Tim McIntire ... Carl Dawes

Granville Van Dusen ... Coleman

Edward Power ... Roy Garvey

David Opatoshu ... Sam Mirakian

Edie Adams ... Kate Roberti
George Chiang ... Chiang

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts

Mario Gallo ... Mr. Charts

Nancy Bleier ... Lisa's Roommate

Randy Powell ... Doctor

Larry Gelman ... Counterman

Farrah Fawcett ... Sue Ingham (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)

Season 2, Episode 17: Hostage

19 February 1976
When a robbery goes awry, a standoff with the police ensues and Lt. Trench offers himself as trade for one of the hostages. Harry must find the thief's girlfriend before hostages are killed.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

John Rubinstein ... Richard Trask

George Murdock ... Captain Shelldrake
George Loros ... Paul Lavelle
Ayn Ruymen ... Virginia McBain

Quinn K. Redeker ... Harrison Bremmer (as Quinn Redeker)

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts

Bruce Glover ... Nathan Carroll

Colleen Camp ... Karen Bremmer

Priscilla Pointer ... Constance Faraday
Linda Gillen ... Jill McBain
Don McGovern ... Carl Devine

Tim Thomerson ... Reporter (as Timothy Thomerson)
Charles Knapp ... Photo Lab Manager
Hank Stohl ... Jack Conlin
Fritzi Burr ... Apartment Manager
Jack Stauffer ... Intern
June Whitley Taylor ... Elderly Woman
Robert Yuro ... Jason Elliot

Season 2, Episode 18: Forbidden City

26 February 1976
Harry's old friend and fellow P.I., George Dillard, calls Orwell asking for his help. Harry goes to a meeting place and learns that George has been murdered. He begins investigating his friend's death, and discovers he was working for a woman named Lisa Soong, who is concerned her father is in danger. The case leads Orwell to a U.S. Marine sergeant who smuggled valuable pieces of art out of Vietnam before it fell, and is now attempting to get it into the country.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Tina Chen ... Lisa Soong

Ramon Bieri ... Sam Pace
Frank Michael Liu ... Nathan Soong

Benson Fong ... Soong Kee

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts

James Hong ... Lan Wuyen

Herb Voland ... Sgt. Grady

Jerry Hardin ... George Dillard
Suzanne Astor ... Renee Hoffman

Clare Nono ... Hostess

Farrah Fawcett ... Sue Ingham (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)

Season 2, Episode 19: Victim

4 March 1976
When Mary Casado returns home one night, she is brutally raped. She reports it to the police and identifies the perpetrator as a man who works with her, even though he was wearing a mask. The case is dropped due to lack of evidence, so she hires Orwell to prove she isn't lying. Harry's investigation sets off a chain of events in which the rapist threatens Mary, and she fires Orwell. He presses on in an attempt to disprove the rapist's alibi.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Eugene Roche ... Sgt. Helmond

Michael Lerner ... Wilt Kane
Cal Bellini ... Frank Lito
Cynthia Avila ... Mary Casado

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts

Richard Hale ... Jud Kane

Ronald G. Joseph ... Gil Mendos
Anna Berger ... Mrs. Kline
Jon Lormer ... Old Man
W.T. Zacha ... Foreman
Brian Baker ... Detective Smith

Season 2, Episode 20: Ruby

11 March 1976
Harry goes undercover to infiltrate a ring of car thieves and drug traffickers.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Margaret Avery ... Ruby Dome

Joseph Ruskin ... Jack Macay (as Joe Ruskin)

Tony Burton ... Peter Macklin

Stanley Bennett Clay ... James Lawrence

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts

Paulene Myers ... Mrs. Highman
Ty Henderson ... Gary 'Aces' Highman

John Kerry ... Desmond Williams
Randy Martin ... Carver
John McMurtry ... John Cutter
Arnold Soboloff ... Bob McGiver
Ed Cambridge ... Joseph 'Hotwire' Jackson
John Hawker ... Bartender

Archie Hahn ... Young Man in Jail
Russell Hannon ... Hotel Manager
Michael Anthony ... Peter Blake
Lawrence Cook ... P-1

Season 2, Episode 21: The Mysterious Case of Lester and Dr. Fong

18 March 1976
The fourth "Lester" episode is a pilot for what would have been a spin off "Fong and Hodges" series. (Sadly, the episode's relatively low ratings may have been the tipping point in ABC deciding to cancel "Harry O." Harry receives a note from Simon Applequist, asking Harry to come to a meeting at Applequist's palatial mansion. Applequist is a fabulously successful businessman who made more enemies than even he could count. Applequist greats Harry and introduces him to his various relatives -- one of whom is Lester Hodges. Then he fixes a baleful glare on the group and announces someone has sent him a threatening audiotape. Applequist puts the tape on and sits back as a whispered death threat plays. As the voice hisses: "Wait to die! Wait to die!" that's what Applequist does. Officially he suffered a heart attack, but Lester and his oft-mentioned mentor, Dr. Creighton Fong find that Applequist was poisoned by a venom found in the skin of an Amazon River basin alligator. At the reading of the will, Applequist's attorney reveals that Applequist has left almost everything to his brother-in-law Edward Tabor. Lester pokes around and gets everyone to whisper the same word to him, which he records. Dr. Fong finds that the word was uttered by Tabor. Lester goes to Tabor and confronts him, seeing his lab of various exotic poisons. Sure enough, Tabor has a nearly-empty vial of caimanol, the poison, in his collection. But the moment Lester points this out to Tabor, who is sipping a drink, Tabor drops dead in his tracks -- the caimanol was planted in the drink. As Harry (who is off screen for most of this episode) leaves to check out the backgrounds of the suspects, one heir after another gets a lethal dose of caimanol in various fashions, until only two suspects are left. And Lester is one of them.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Keye Luke ... Dr. Creighton Fong
Les Lannom ... Lester Hodges

Anne Archer ... Felicia Applequist

Sorrell Booke ... Edward Tabor

Dean Jagger ... Simon Applequist

Judith McConnell ... Sylvia Applequist

Roddy McDowall ... Arnold Applequist

Stuart Whitman ... Arthur Rubin

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts
Richard Stahl ... Dr. Samuelson
Susan Adams ... Jean Parnell

Barry Atwater ... Hammond
Bea Silvern ... Mrs. Grinsing
Peggy Doyle ... Mrs. Kennedy

William Sylvester ... Minister

Season 2, Episode 22: Death Certificate

29 April 1976
A young widow has a malpractice suit against the doctor who was treating her deceased husband, but after she is threatened by two men to drop the suit, her mother hires Harry to look into the Dr.'s past. Dead bodies begin piling up around Orwell, including Spence, his auto mechanic. The investigation leads Harry into the world of organized crime, hit-men and the safe-deposit box of the deceased husband.

David Janssen ... Harry Orwell

Anthony Zerbe ... Lt. K.C. Trench

Ruth Roman ... Ethel Martel

Norman Burton ... Dr. Lusk (as Normann Burton)
Denise Galik ... Gloria Ross

Kiel Martin ... Ed Wilkie

Thom Christopher ... Paul Rosenman

Paul Tulley ... Sgt. Roberts
Bill Henderson ... Spencer Johnson
Rod Colbin ... Administrator
Richard Stahl ... Dr. Samuelson
Susan Adams ... Jean Parnell
Michael Alaimo ... Tony Schrager
Hank Rolike ... Preacher
Robert Casper ... Saleman
Paul Keith ... Attendant
Susannah Brin ... Receptionist

F. William Parker ... Martindale

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