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Year: 1974 | 1975 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The End Game

13 September 1974
The police are after a gang of bank robbers made up of 3 men and 2 women. The gang has been very successful and done very little to identify themselves. They have very few leads until Pepper uncovers a clue which leads them to Las Vegas where they believe the gang is from. Soon Pepper, Crowley and other officers are undercover staking out various banks in the hopes of being inside when they strike next.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles
Paul Burke ... Joe Fenner
Susanne Benton ... Karen Wilson
Scott Walker ... Larry Chambers
Deirdre Lenihan ... Joanne McCormack

Jonelle Allen ... Laurette Blake
Skip Homeier ... Sgt. Ben Fairley
Bill Williams ... Lt. Graumann

John Howard ... Leland Perrier
Robin Clarke ... Officer Jack Baker

James Murtaugh ... Sanford Elliott

Linda Dano ... Mary Elliott
Linda Meiklejohn ... Anne St. Clair
Patricia Stevens ... The Secretary

Nancy Priddy ... The Teller
Lester Fletcher ... Bank Manager
Vince Howard ... Det. Johnson
Allan Byrns ... Marks
Charles Seel ... Older Man
Helene Winston ... Customer

Season 1, Episode 2: The Beautiful Die Young

20 September 1974
A complaint from a distressed mother leads the police to investigate the Classic Modeling Agency. It's run by Ted Adrian and is actually a front for his business of supplying young girls to the porn business and overseas white slave trade. Pepper and Crowley use a young trainee to go undercover and pose as a young model to get close to Adrian's business.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

William Windom ... Ted Adrian

Kathleen Quinlan ... Debbie Sweet

Val Bisoglio ... Lt. Marsh
Karen Lamm ... Bonnie June
Judy Canova ... The Arkie Lady
Harvey Jason ... Don

Jean Byron ... Cora (as Jeane Byron)

Antonio Fargas ... Rex

Virginia Gregg ... Astrid

K.C. Ligon ... Sheila (as Katherine Dunfee Clark)
Erica Hagen ... Peggy
Norma Connolly ... Stage Mother
David Carlile ... Bartender (as Dave Carlile)
Monte Landis ... The Snitch
Yuki Shimoda ... Businessman
Noel Toy ... The Madam
Nicole Kallis ... Cheryl
Diana Benton ... Miriam

Cathy Rigby ... Sandra

Season 1, Episode 3: Warning: All Wives

27 September 1974
A rapist/killer terrorizes a hospital. His targets are the wives of patients staying at the hospital. Pepper and Bill go undercover to try to flush him out and immediately they think that a very amorous parking attendant is the prime suspect. However, they soon find out that it is someone who is the least likely to commit the crimes.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

Don Stroud ... Frank Asher

Martha Scott ... Mrs. Wadsworth

Val Bisoglio ... Lt. Marsh

Elinor Donahue ... Ellie Tarlow

Joyce Bulifant ... Peggy Lakes

William Katt ... Martin Wadsworth
Robert F. Simon ... Dr. Foreman
Joan Tompkins ... Mrs. Bailey

Joan Darling ... Therese Russo
Kirk Scott ... Carl Dugan
Nicole Kallis ... Cheryl
Jack Ryland ... Ron Tarlow
John Gruber ... Greg Lakes
David Carlile ... Basil (as Dave Carlile)
Wallace Earl ... Nurse
Ray Buktenica ... Resident

Season 1, Episode 4: Seven Eleven

4 October 1974
Pepper goes undercover and impersonates an airline stewardess who is a link in a complex heroin smuggling chain.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

Larry Hagman ... Tony Bonner
John Larch ... Lester Hummel

Chuck McCann ... Harold Miller (as Chuck Mc Cann)
Karen Carlson ... Gloria
Albert Popwell ... Willie Roper
Jeannie Bell ... Marie (as Jeanie Bell)
Shirley Jo Finney ... Hestor Roper
Charles Bateman ... Fred Boyle
Jac Emel ... Simpson

Dick Miller ... Matt
Trent Dolan ... Mike

Jay Ingram ... FBI Escort
Jody Gilbert ... Fat Lady
Fred Draper ... Distinguished Guest

Season 1, Episode 5: Anatomy of Two Rapes

11 October 1974
Pepper and the squad investigate a pair of alleged rapes. The first involves a wealthy woman who claims that she was attacked on the eve of her daughter's wedding. The second involves a the rape and murder of a married woman, who was known for being very wild. The squad then arrest a black man for the first rape, but serious questions arise about his guilt and whether a rape took place in the first place.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles
Angel Tompkins ... Wanda May Kubelski

Philip Carey ... Walter Grainger

Hal Williams ... George Thomas

Rhonda Fleming ... Carol Grainger

Pat Morita ... Mike Matsuto
Joshua Shelley ... Earl Grey

Don 'Red' Barry ... Ted (as Donald Red Barry)
Eddie Firestone ... Art

Jack Riley ... Joe
C. Lindsay Workman ... Hodgkins (as Lindsay Workman)
Darrell Zwerling ... Harry Kubelski
Damon Douglas ... Larry Kelso
Doug Chapin ... Craig

Lieux Dressler ... Mrs. Kelso
Pamela Toll ... Peggy Grainger
Read Morgan ... Jake
Walt Davis ... Polygraph Technician
Aubrey Martin ... Mary (as Aubri Martin)
Frank Arno ... 1st Officer
Tom Ruben ... Paul
Reuben Collins ... Officer in Field
Steve Brodie ... Krug

Season 1, Episode 6: It's Only a Game

25 October 1974
Pepper plays a dumb blonde in order to penetrate the inner circle of a major drug ring. Joining Crowley's team is a rookie detective, son of a retired department veteran, who must endure intense pressure to excel from his demanding father.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

Patrick Wayne ... Kevin Duffy

Philip Michael Thomas ... Sonny (as Philip Thomas)
Peter Gonzales Falcon ... Raymund Solis (as Peter Gonzales)

Dane Clark ... Ned Duffy

Hector Elias ... Sergio
Daniel Ades ... Ramirez (as Dan Ades)

Mwako Cumbuka ... Willy

Joseph R. Sicari ... Benedetti
Ed Prentiss ... Judge
Anthony Cordova ... Carlos
Candy Ward ... Linda

Jodie Mann ... Waitress #2
Tio Mago ... Attorney
Clayton Wilcox ... Lou Brunswick
Janelle Ford ... Waitress #1

Season 1, Episode 7: Fish

1 November 1974


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles
Conny Van Dyke ... Binnie Blye

Marian Mercer ... Jo Enders

Morgan Woodward ... Maury Ziegler
Sarina C. Grant ... Corine
Lester Rawlins ... Wilson
Ray Young ... Bo
Marged Wakeley ... Lois
Vivian Brown ... Deputy #1
Rhoda Williams ... Deputy #2
Faye Michael Nuell ... Inmate #1
Jessica Davis-Stein ... Young Inmate #2
Burr Smidt ... Doctor
Betty A. Bridges ... Deputy #3 (as Betty Bridges)
John Alvin ... Mr. Finley
Karmin Murcelo ... Deputy #4

Joyce Brothers ... Dr. Ester Howell

Season 1, Episode 8: Flowers of Evil

8 November 1974
Pepper goes undercover as a nurse-on-the-run to gain employment at an old folks' home where the female patients are being knocked off for their checks by a trio of homicidal lesbians. Eventually obtaining a confession from one of the culprits, Pepper confesses that her female college roommate had a crush on her, and, therefore, "I know what a love like yours can do to a person" - Pepper's relationship left intentionally ambiguous.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles
Laraine Stephens ... Gladys Conway

Fay Spain ... Mame Dorn
Lynn Loring ... Janet Richards

Meg Wyllie ... Kathleen
Florence Lake ... Mrs. Farrell

Elizabeth Kerr ... Mrs. Edgeworth
Ann Morrison ... Mrs. Barry
Dick Balduzzi ... Mr. Torson
Garry Walberg ... Mr. Lund
Ysabel MacCloskey ... Mrs. Schmidt
Joella Deffenbaugh ... Girl (as Jo Ella Deffenbaugh)
James Almanzar ... Sgt. Berian

June Christopher ... Jane

Season 1, Episode 9: The Stalking of Joey Marr

22 November 1974


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

Monte Markham ... Joey Marr / Carl Rossi
Pepper Martin ... Bert
Cliff Carnell ... Bruno
Med Flory ... Tour Driver
John Crawford ... Capt. Parks
Joe George ... Sgt. Gallo (as Joseph George)
Phillip Terry ... Landon
Sue Hathaway ... Mrs. Smith (as Susan Shamroy)
David S. Cass Sr. ... Highway Patrolman (as David Cass)

Basil Hoffman ... Desk Clerk #2
Ron Stokes ... Larry Bates
Arthur Monde ... Desk Clerk #1 (as Art Monde)
David Hinton ... Gas Jockey
Jerry Fitzpatrick ... Bartender
Cynthia Avila ... Airline Clerk #1
Reinita Golenor ... Airline Clerk #2
Luanne Murray ... Waitress
Joan Anita Parker ... Policewoman
William McKeever ... Cop
Jerilyn Park ... Nurse

Michelle Stacy ... Debbie Smith

Stephen Manley ... Dick Smith
Edward Rayden ... Boy #2 (as Eddie Rayden)

Season 1, Episode 10: Requiem for Bored Wives

29 November 1974
Bob Crane plays a freewheeling disk jockey with a chat-show atmosphere in his studio (which he had in real life). The disk jockey's wife is found fatally shot with his gun, and the DJ himself is the prime suspect, since he knew of her affair with another man. The audience saw the dead woman and her lover wrestling over the gun and a shot being fired, but the film editor took a few extra frames off the film immediately after the shot being fired -- a crucial plot point later on when the cornered lover claims the bullet went wild and didn't hit anybody. So if the struggle didn't result in the wife's killing ... what did? An eerie precursor to the scandal that arose over Bob Crane's sex-crazed life which most people believe led to his murder (depicted in the movie "Auto Focus," with Greg Kinnear as Crane). Features a high-octane powerboat chase in Los Angeles Harbor ending in a spectacular crash.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

Bob Crane ... Larry Brooks

E.J. Peaker ... Kathy Brooks
W.L. LeGault ... Dennis Graham

Della Reese ... Tina Thompson
Teddy Wilson ... Tommy Thompson (as Theodore Wilson)

Jane Merrow ... Linda
Melendy Britt ... Mary Kay
Betty Anne Rees ... Betty
Sheldon Allman ... Homicide Detective
Alberto Morin ... Maitre'D
Walt Davis ... Polygraph Technician
Ronni Richards ... Motel Clerk
Ruth Warshawsky ... Loretta
Ed Rue ... Stu
Dave Cameron ... Mr. G
Michael Alaimo ... Patrolman

Season 1, Episode 11: Smack

6 December 1974


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

William Shatner ... Mark Ciprio
Brenda Sykes ... Linda Daniels

Barry Livingston ... Eric Miller
Robert Sampson ... Mickey Ross

Smokey Robinson ... Sam Jennings

Jamie Donnelly ... Monica
Ben Hammer ... Walter Miller

Anne Seymour ... Mrs. Goddard

Mwako Cumbuka ... Willie
Ray Vitte ... Ron Daniels
Tracy Bogart ... Bonnie
George Garro ... Stemper
Richard Anders ... Carver (as Dick Anders)
Jonas Agee ... Jerry Cook
William Sims ... Patrolman
Thomas Evans ... Phil
Jamie Reidy ... Dennis
Collis White ... Ted
Wade Graham ... Officer
Linda Gillen ... Helen (as Linda Gillin)

Daniel Keough ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Cradle Robbers

13 December 1974


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

John Vernon ... David Cory
Cliff Emmich ... Ronald English

Sharon Farrell ... Marcia Gordon

Arlene Golonka ... Carolee English

Douglas Fowley ... Ike (as Doug Fowley)
Ed Bakey ... The Man
Harry Bartell ... Falkner

Judy Lewis ... Lt. Ruth Grayson
Lynne Redding ... Lucy

Cal Bartlett ... The Foreman (as Calvin Bartlett)

Burke Byrnes ... Mr. Simon
Maria O'Brien ... Judy
Les Lannom ... Eric
Barbara Flicker ... Mrs. Simon
Irene Byatt ... The Woman (as Irenee Byatt)
Christopher Wellman ... Bobby
Bradley Lieberman ... Scott

Kyle Richards ... Julie
Don Marino ... Hippie Boy
Juli Andelman ... Laura (as Julie Andelman)
Wayne Wynne ... Mr. Eberly
Virginia Hawkins ... Mrs. Eberly
Richard Benedict ... Construction Worker #1
Frank Arno ... Construction Worker #2
T.J. Castronovo ... Caruso (as Tom Castranova)

Season 1, Episode 13: Shoefly

20 December 1974


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

Ed Nelson ... Lieutenant John Hess

Audrey Dalton ... Rose Hess

David White ... Albin

Rory Calhoun ... Lou Gerard

Annette O'Toole ... Donna Hess
Tony Young ... Woody Lane

Robyn Hilton ... Trudy
Phillip Pine ... Capt. Peters

John Finnegan ... Sgt. Bingham
Kandi Keith ... Harriet Styles

Joseph R. Sicari ... Benedetti
William Molloy ... Beldon

Robert Clotworthy ... The Gas Jockey (as Rob Clotworthy)
Stanley Clements ... The Wino
John Paul Johnston ... Levering
Luke Andreas ... Maitre 'D
Ken Renard ... Judge
Murray MacLeod ... Sonny Boyer (as Murray Macleod)

Season 1, Episode 14: Target Black

3 January 1975


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

Ruby Dee ... Cora Sanders

Warren Stevens ... Neil Armitage
Pervis Atkins ... Boomer

Mary Alice ... Marnie
Terence Locke ... Raynor (as Terrence Locke)
Alan Weeks ... Michaels
Eddie Ryder ... The Snitch
Jason Wingreen ... The Taxi Manager
Karen Morley ... The Landlady
Borah Silver ... Maddox

Robert Ginty ... Anson Croy
Elliott Apstein ... Fred (as Elliot Apstein)
Susan Cameron ... The Reporter (as Sue Cameron)
Ralph Manza ... Lombardi
Robert Williams ... The Gardner (as Robert B. Williams)

Paul Linke ... Harry
Fred Festinger ... Elevator Man
Wayne Winton ... Mortician
Lisa Reeves ... Girl

Season 1, Episode 15: Sidewinder

17 January 1975
Four Korean War vets armed with M-16s and a bazooka prepare to pull off Operation: Sidewinder, a heist of an armored car carrying a multi-million dollar payload. One of the men's penchant for prostitutes puts Pepper in the action undercover.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

Glenn Corbett ... Jerry Woolard

John P. Ryan ... Collier

Ron Masak ... Pincus

Geoffrey Lewis ... Gates

Lara Parker ... Charlene

Bill Dana ... Bova
Milton Selzer ... Moe Harris
Paul Savior ... Sawyer
Bill Striglos ... Clerk
Nicky Blair ... Bartender
Owen Bush ... Dispatcher
Naomi Caryl ... Bank Manager
Sterling Swanson ... Colonel
Glenn Robards ... Patrolman
Albert Able ... Fingerprint Technician

Thaao Penghlis ... Intern
Edith Diaz ... Maria

Season 1, Episode 16: Blast

25 January 1975
When politician Edward Littel's car is found bombed and dumped in a lake, a single fingerprint on the dashboard proves he was accompanied by an exotic dancer named Paris Palmer when the explosion occurred. Pepper dons a thong and the unlikely moniker of "Flaxy Dupree" and hits the go-go joint where the dead girl worked. Charming the establishment's owner, Andrew Simms, with her aloof, hard-to-get charms and hip-grinding employment audition, Pepper initiates an immediate rapport with him. Crowley questions Littel's wife, Christina, and Littel's in-laws, the powerful Van Dyke dynasty of California, and eventually learns from the Special Prosecutor's Office that the Van Dykes despised the son-in-law for his political desires to clean up corruption. Suspicious that widow Christina's grief may be disingenuous at best, Crowley leaks that Pepper is an agent with the police department. Startled at this revelation, Littel's wife shoots Simms to keep him quiet, with Simms confessing to Pepper in his last breath that Christina, having learned of her husband's affair with the dancer, hired Simms to kill them both, using Simms' criminal record from Tennessee and the possibility of extradition as blackmail. Pepper makes a poetic (though looped) comment about the weather, and she and Crowley get a great freeze frame in the sunset as it filters through the sidewalk foliage.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

Robert Vaughn ... Andrew Simms
Laraine Stephens ... Christina Littel

George Murdock ... Macon
Joyce Jillson ... Florence
George Marshall ... Jonas Van Dyke Sr.
Ned Romero ... Gomez
Robert Emhardt ... The Apartment Manager
John Crawford ... Chief Parks
Frank O'Brien ... Daner
Ryan MacDonald ... Jonas Van Dyke Jr.
Susie Elene ... Linda (as Suesie Eléne)
Alyscia Maxwell ... Amy
Bill Coleman ... Bartender
Sherri Spillane ... Josie
Bob Golden ... Desk Sgt.
Robert Johnson ... Peter Van Dyke
Billy Jackson ... Cabbie
Dann E. Hadzick ... Sgt. Jackson

Season 1, Episode 17: No Place to Hide

31 January 1975
A clue is found linking a series of seemingly random murders: Each victim had testified against the mob and was now enjoying a new life in the Witness Protection Program. Pepper goes undercover as a secretary to uncover the leaker.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

David Selby ... Nate Fesler

Stephen Young ... Ray Bradford
Tom Rosqui ... Erik Mundy

Mark Harmon ... Paul Donin
Katherine Justice ... Mary Ann Webster
Spence Wil-Dee ... Tyrone (as Spence Wil Dee)
C. Lindsay Workman ... The Medical Examiner (as Lindsay Workman)
Jim Malinda ... Rizzo
Joan Crosby ... The Landlady
Leanna Johnson Heath ... Wanda (as Leanna Johnson)

John Finnegan ... Sgt. Bingham

Jerry Fujikawa ... Dr. Taka

Gordon Jump ... Prof. Southern
Gerald York ... Jay Miller
Carolyn Stellar ... Tina
Sarah Simmons ... Susan
Wanda Bailey ... Messenger
William McKeever ... Guard

Mary McCusker ... Nurse #1
Diana Benton ... Student

Season 1, Episode 18: Nothing Left to Lose

14 February 1975
Pepper's informant is LaRue Collins, a mentally unstable masseuse whose work allows her to overhear mobsters plotting crimes. But now her cover is blown and she's running for her life. Can Pepper find her before the mobsters do?

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

Patty Duke ... Larue Collins (as Patty Duke Astin)
Kathleen Lloyd ... Alma (as Kathy Lloyd)
Vern Rowe ... Marco

Lee Paul ... Sailor

John Astin ... Donny

Patricia Barry ... Mrs. Fontaine

Naomi Stevens ... Mrs. Gucciares
Victor Sen Yung ... Ah Choy
James Wellman ... The Trick
Davis Roberts ... The Cabbie
Joseph Bernard ... Max

Dorothy Shay ... The Mother
Barbara Collentine ... The Nun
Paul Sorensen ... The Desk Sergeant (as Paul Sorenson)
Ben Frommer ... Lincoln
Natalie Core ... Passing Woman
Lucetta Jenison ... Lady Pan Player

Charlie Picerni ... Robber (as Charles Picerni)
Leigh Webb ... Ambulance Attendant
Verna Rose Smith ... Saleslady

Michelle Stacy ... Girl

Brad Savage ... Boy
Bruce Gordon ... Angelo

Season 1, Episode 19: The Company

21 February 1975
Following the gangland killing of a mafia thug during which an imprisoned don's name is uttered, Pepper makes an undercover trip to a clandestine, high-class gambling casino and witnesses first-hand the game "taken" by the henchman from this new circle of crooks. After the man who ran the illegal casino is blown up in his car in front of Pepper and Crowley, the unit tries to flush out this gang once again by setting themselves up for "protectionism". Eventually, the kingpin falsely blamed for the series of takeovers sends his assistant out on the streets, learning that a local, corrupt mafia lawyer has brainstormed the scam, using the kingpin's name for purposes of leverage. Warned that the police were about to bust him, the lawyer moves to dispose of his incriminating records - but not before Crowley and Pepper can stop him. Tossing his box of important paperwork into the wind, the gusts from the nearby docks scatter the records in a thousand different directions, leaving Pepper and Bill to scramble to recover them.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

Rick Jason ... Vincent Phillips
Kaz Garas ... Frankie Benson
Johnny Seven ... Gino Di Roma
Timothy Blake ... Susan
Victor Holchak ... Johnny

Shelley Berman ... Eddie Bender

Paula Kelly ... Linda Summers
Cedrick Hardman ... Cedric the Bouncer (as Cedric Hardman)
John Crawford ... Deputy Chief Parks
Sheldon Allman ... Captain Miller
Marjorie Battles ... Margo
Jack Sheldon ... Jeff
Jack Ryland ... Doug
Joel Lawrence ... Proctor

Frank DeKova ... Vito Angelo (as Frank De Kova)

Season 1, Episode 20: Ice

28 February 1975
Pepper and Crowley travel to Masiaca, Mexico posing as the Ordways, a married couple who operate as fences for stolen jewels. They plan to lure out of hiding another married couple who pulled a jewelery store heist in Los Angeles.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

Michael Parks ... Jack McVey

James Keach ... Del Franklin / Cliff Hummel

Ned Glass ... Samuel Victor
Jane Elliot ... Trudy Franklin / Jana Hummel

William Campbell ... Emery Kehoe

Val Bisoglio ... Lt. Marsh

René Enríquez ... Lt. Agoura (as Rene Enriquez)
Florence Halop ... Hannah Victor

Christine Avila ... The Airline Clerk (as Christina Avila)

Rudy Diaz ... The Motorcycle Officer
Pete Marino ... The Policeman
Fred Anderson ... The Customs Inspector

Season 1, Episode 21: Bloody Nose

7 March 1975
While working undercover as a waitress in a seedy roadside diner connected to a series of truckload heists, Pepper finds herself entangled in the ugly spousal abuse dispute between a young married couple in her apartment complex.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

David Birney ... Shawn Barry
Joan Goodfellow ... Hilary Barry

Jack Soo ... Red Star
Joe Kapp ... Visic

Joyce Jameson ... Mrs. Doherty
Eddie Egan ... Brock
Al Stellone ... Trucker C
Paul Pepper ... Trucker B
Isiah Robertson ... Trucker #2
Hal Baylor ... Trucker #1
Bill McKeever ... Trucker #3
Helene Winston ... Sylvia

Season 1, Episode 22: The Loner

14 March 1975
Pepper and Crowley become reluctant partners with Turk Allison, a former cop from Texas whose cowboy demeanor and vigilante tactics promise to help them bust mobster Briscoe.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Sgt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Royster
Ed Bernard ... Styles

Don Meredith ... 'Turk' Allison

Neville Brand ... Briscoe
Pepper Martin ... Peltz
Robert Phillips ... Russo

Pat Harrington Jr. ... Fred Blau (as Pat Harrington)
Ben Davidson ... The Bouncer
Reuben Collins ... The Detective
Bill Coleman ... The Manager
James Espinoza ... The Parking Attendant
Alexander Beckett ... The Tourist (as Bill Beckett)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Pawns of Power

12 September 1975


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Roddy McDowall ... Moulton

Sydney Chaplin ... Masseria
Mary Ann Chinn ... Teresa

Robert Goulet ... Eddie Diamond
John Crawford ... Chief Parks
Cliff Carnell ... Kinkaid
Lu Leonard ... The Rich Lady
John Wyler ... Timothy Mathews
Ted Chapman ... Henry Butler
Henry Olek ... Sammy Kaplan
Ann D'Andrea ... Chief Matron
Jerry Fitzpatrick ... Truck Driver
Bob Golden ... Motor Officer
Teda Bracci ... Jailed Girl (as Tedda Bracci)
Dick Crockett ... First Officer
Edward Cross ... Lombardo (as Ed Cross)
Leoda Richards ... Gambler (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: The Score

19 September 1975
A small time druggie commits suicide and Pepper poses as her sister to nab the dealers, until it turns out they've seen her photo - and they've realized it isn't Angie. So the squad moves in on the bad guys who have Pepper in the meth-shack, and she jumps through a glass window before a shell hits the building and the whole place blows up.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Michael Constantine ... Ralph

Paul Koslo ... Johnny 'Sticker' Hughes

Kelley Miles ... Lara Williams

Christopher Stone ... Marty Bowen

Frank Aletter ... Tony Scilio

Burke Byrnes ... Robert Allen
Michael Potter ... Fred Dillett

Olivia Cole ... Dr. Georgia Kimberly
Debra Miles ... Betty Williams
Billy Jackson ... Astro
Tony Cummings ... Roger Wilkins
Arline Anderson ... Mrs. Rose
Russell Shannon ... Monte
John Megna ... Hooper
Verna Rose Smith ... Secretary
Sid Conrad ... Willis
Chad States ... Stock Boy

Season 2, Episode 3: Paradise Mall

26 September 1975


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles
James Wainwright ... Det. Tom Foley
Ned Romero ... Det. Ed

Bruce Boxleitner ... Ed Krohl

Gavan O'Herlihy ... Gordon Stuart
Kim O'Brien ... Elsa Myers
Hank Brandt ... Cheaver
Sherri Spillane ... Shannon
Suzanne Edwards ... News Reporter
Reid Cruickshanks ... Barney
Patrick Spohn ... Hotel Manager
Viola Harris ... Colette
Georganne LaPiere ... Joan Travis (as Georganne La Piere)
Robert Williams ... Henderson (as Robert B. Williams)
Ann Newman-Mantee ... Helen Foley (as Anne Newman-Mantee)
Nance McCormick ... Redhead
John Paul Johnston ... Patrolman
Gerald Ray ... Officer #1

Mary McCusker ... Girl in Bridal Shop

Season 2, Episode 4: Pattern for Evil

3 October 1975


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Rick Lenz ... Nick Tibbett (as Richard Lenz)

Janet Margolin ... Lisa Tibbett

Harold J. Stone ... Rolf
Ron Soble
Logan Ramsey ... Sanford

Deborah Pratt ... Kate
Charlie Brill ... Di Marco
John Crawford ... Chief Bob Parks

Al Ruscio ... Scotto
Frank Geraci ... Brown
Grace Albertson ... Woman Buyer
Suzanne Little ... Model #1

Susanne Reed ... Model #2
Trevor A. Stephens ... Assistant (as Trevor Stephens)
Harry Fleer ... Watchman
Stanley Brock ... Press
Darrow Igus ... Patrolman
Pete Marino ... Airport Thug
Charles Knapp ... Buyer
Suzanne Hunt ... Model#1

Season 2, Episode 5: The Chasers

10 October 1975
Ian McShane plays an insurance scammer and Ida Lupino is his partner. They fake and contrive accidents to collect the dough. Pepper "foils" a purse-snatching by getting knocked-down in a parking lot, falling in a pool and getting hit by a truck within a matter of a few seconds. In the hospital with a rag on her head, Pepper overhears the ambulance chasers pressuring the other patients on the ward. Pepper intuits a plot and once Bill finds her, they scheme to scam the scammers. Pepper charms McShane instantly into telling her all their secrets and, just as fast, a security guard quite unconvincingly blows her cover by insisting he hadn't seen her since he retired from the police force - all within earshot of Lupino. Exposed but unawares, Pepper still thinks she's undercover despite being told by an aging and suicidal lawyer in this "firm" that they're onto her. And, the revelation that she's got a badge doesn't guide them to get out of town but instead to kill her with a vat of gasoline in the trunk of a car. So when she tells the driver they're being set up for death, he just pushes her out the door onto the street and then angrily drives into oblivion. Conflagrations ensue on the highway. Pepper then goes to the apartment of the wife of the now-dead driver (one of the firm's partner/victims) and promptly gets shoved in a closet and the room is set on fire. Crowley arrives just in time, shooting the arsonist, and breaking Pepper out of the closet in the back of the smoke filled room. They meet Lupino in a darkened mall who starts shooting at them. Pepper being Pepper, she has no gun. An unconscious person on the floor literally trips Lupino and she falls, and is promptly arrested - By Crowley. Pepper and Crowley show up at a "fancy" restaurant and arrest McShane.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Ida Lupino ... Hilda Morris
Paul Benjamin ... Roman Washington
John Smith ... Russ Hawkins

Edward Andrews ... Calhoun

Ian McShane ... Dan Markson

Berlinda Tolbert ... Lily Thomas
Vivian Bonnell ... Myrtle Washington
Robert Forward ... Senator
Deborah Loomis ... Receptionist
John Alvin ... Will Hazen
Roxanna Bonilla-Giannini ... Chicano patient (as Roxanna Bonilla)
Frank Arno ... Ambulance Driver
Ellen Anderson ... Passerby

Season 2, Episode 6: Cold Wind

17 October 1975
Pepper & Crowley get involved after two men are shot dead outside the factory they worked at. A number of suspects are identified and the final solution creates a devastating emotional moment that makes both officers question their careers.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Kenneth Mars ... Mort Barker

John Quade ... Ganz
Daniel Benton ... Stuart Borchers
Clarke Gordon ... Haley

Lee Delano ... Nicastro
Johana De Winter ... Mrs. Barker (as Johana DeWinter)
Virginia Paris ... Mrs. Cardullo (as Gina Alvarado)
Fuddle Bagley ... Vint
Alix Talton ... Mrs. Borchers
Barrie Youngfellow ... The Attorney
Asa Teeter ... The Soldier
Jess Nadelman ... Driver
Bill Sorrells ... Nellis
Arne Warde ... Stovall (as Arne Warda)
Walt Davis ... Polygraph Technician
Alex Curi ... Pietro Cardullo
Al Dunlap ... Caffey
Barbara Bernstein ... Student

Season 2, Episode 7: Above and Beyond

31 October 1975
Pepper needs to go undercover when she and Crowley get brought into a case that has seen a parole officer gunned down in cold blood. Suspicion falls on the officer's case load. While investigating the murder things take a strange and all the threads converge in a surprising climax

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Peter Brown ... Paul Monarch

Andrew Parks ... Matt Hunter Jr.
Robert Sampson ... Eric Jorgenson
Richard Venture ... Matt Hunter Sr.

Audrey Dalton ... Mrs. Hunter

Jonelle Allen ... Maxine Fuller
Pat Renella ... Ben Richards
David S. Cass Sr. ... Red Morgan (as Dave Cass)
Rafael Campos ... Sanchez
Robert Nadder ... Harvey Gruber
Jeff Goldbloom ... Spiro
Ed Rue ... Jed Smith
Ann Morrison ... Woman
Gary Cashdollar ... Policeman #1
Michael Watson ... Policeman #2
Ian John Tanza ... Bonnell
Constance Pfeifer ... Hooker
Jack Oliver ... Proprietor
Scott Walker ... Tony Tuncelli

Season 2, Episode 8: Farewell, Mary Jane

4 November 1975

Season 2, Episode 9: Blaze of Glory

11 November 1975
Pepper is undercover as president of the United States, when she's kidnapped during a bank hold-up; Pepper charms one of the robbers and his brother to survive, while the police force chases them into the desert.

Season 2, Episode 10: Glitter with a Bullet

18 November 1975


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

John Rubinstein ... Tommy Donlevy
Robbie Lee ... Jenny

Frank Gorshin ... David Griffin

Nita Talbot ... Audrey Roth
George Frayne ... Himself (as Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen)
Ivy Jones ... Sandra Wortman

Olivia Cole ... Dr. Dorothy Bailey
Andra Akers ... Linda Kamm

Michael Gregory ... Record Producer

Robert Ginty ... Dino
Nick St. Nicholas ... Bobby Porter
Debra Miles ... Cloris
Mickey Caruso ... Paramedic
Joseph Garcia ... Policeman #1
John Francis ... Policeman #2
Dick Myers ... Fisherman

Season 2, Episode 11: The Purge

25 November 1975
Crowley comes under intense scrutiny after a sting operation at a trucking firm goes horribly wrong leading to the death of an underage youth. He becomes disgruntled when he realizes the department is putting the rights of criminals ahead of his 18 years with the force.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

David Huddleston ... Milton Brooks
Tige Andrews ... Lieutenant McKay

Bert Remsen ... Ed Berrigan

Don 'Red' Barry ... Lt. Bocina
Stephen Pearlman ... Lt. Sullivan

Rick Jason ... James Basterie

Hayden Rorke ... Judge Bruce

Lee Paul ... Stanley Lawrence
Al Stellone ... Man #1
David Carlile ... Bartender

Season 2, Episode 12: Don't Feed the Pigeons

2 December 1975

Season 2, Episode 13: The Hit

9 December 1975


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Harris Yulin ... Benny Hummel

Fay Spain ... Nadine Hummel
Cliff Emmich ... Whalen

Amy Irving ... June Hummel
Geoffrey Horne ... Dave Fisher
Eddie Egan ... Jack Ballard
David Toma ... Colossimo
Wes Parker ... Tony Harper
Conny Van Dyke ... Caren Harper
John Crawford ... Captain Parks
Hank Rolike ... The Trainer

Maidie Norman ... The Nurse
Santos Morales ... Carlos Ramirez
Pete Marino ... Maitre D'
Gwil Richards ... Doctor
Hatsuo Uda ... Waiter

Season 2, Episode 14: Silence

16 December 1975
An angular blonde gets off the plane at LAX and takes a cab to her brother in law, Julian's house. She's looking for her sister, Beth, missing six weeks. In his study, there's the woman's portrait, looking suspiciously like a brunette version of Pettet - they are sisters after all. Mute from a childhood growth and resulting surgery, the sister can only communicate through sign-language. Her brother-in-law's secretary, his lover, makes their relationship obvious by her unsuspecting, "Darling!", as she enters the study, and Beth's sister leaves in a huff. While in the middle of another fur-heist case Pepper gets drawn into the case of the missing Beth as she can understand sign language. When the blonde sister winds up stabbed in the shoulder in her hotel room and found by a maid, she claims her brother-in-law is responsible. In interrogation by Pepper and Crowley, the brother-in-law irks the pair by calling the sister "pathetic" and questions Crowley's authority and competence. The brother-in-law denies responsibility for the stabbing. The sister reveals letters that Beth wrote to her which seem to implicate the brother-in-law in something unwholesome. These lead the squad to find a decomposed, decapitated body buried in Northern California they think may be the sister, Beth. During an inquest, the DA verifies that Robert Webber sometimes has the opportunity to use lye in his business, the substance used to speed up the body's decomposition. Webber looks pretty guilty, until Pepper, at home with Pettet downstairs on the couch, gets a call from Crowley: the forensic lab has determined the body is that of an elderly woman. That, and a phone bill revealing a call to the Pettet's native Nova Scotia, prompts Pepper to dial it. The fussy Nova Scotian housekeeper is irritated by the late-night call and when Pepper asks for the sister, she's informed she died six months ago but that her sister, Beth, is out in California. Pepper smells a rat, and goes downstairs to find the sister off the couch doing midnight dish duty. Pepper realizes that the sister is, indeed, Beth herself, and has dyed her hair and adorned contact-lenses in order to pull the ruse. Unable to coax her to put down the loaded gun she's had stuck in Pepper's face for several minutes, Pep jumps her, they fall behind the couch; the gun goes off, and Pepper gets up - and promptly collapses. The guys get there and receive an improbable call from the airport revealing that the sister's flight out will be delayed by a few minutes. Everyone recognizes this as the unlikely plot device it is and they rush for LAX, leaving Pepper behind. There, they spot Joanna Pettet and chase her down, Crowley pulling the fake scar from her throat, thus permitting her to scream.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Joanna Pettet ... Glenna Burns / Beth Lord

George Murdock ... Hogan
Than Wyenn ... Attorney Hall
James McCallion ... Charlie Tedesco (Cabbie)

Robert Webber ... Julian Lord
C. Lindsay Workman ... Hodgkins (as Lindsay Workman)
Joan Lancaster ... Mrs. Larkin
Sally Sommer ... Irene Wilson (as Sommer Sally)
James Almanzar ... Berian

Buddy Lester ... Gus
John Sebastian ... Judge
Ysabel MacCloskey ... Mitchell Maid
Dave Shelley ... Gas Jockey
Cletus Young ... Cashier
Gavin Brendan ... Eric

Season 2, Episode 15: Incident Near a Black and White

23 December 1975


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles
Don Galloway ... Lieutenant Buckles
Chu Chu Malave ... Bobby Romero
Ned Romero ... Gates
Cynthia Avila ... Gloria
Paulene Myers ... Elderly Woman
Susan Blanchard ... Karen Kelley

John Finnegan ... Ballistic Expert (as John P. Finnegan)
Danil Torppe ... Rick Butler
Cedrick Hardman ... Henpecked Husband

Jim B. Smith ... Officer Gemil
Natividad Vacío ... Liquor Store Owner
Roberto Millar ... Ruben Rojas
Dee Timberlake ... Drunk Woman
Gary McGurrin ... Print Man
Karen Welch ... Woman #1
Lorraine Barkley ... Woman #2
Mario Garcia ... Chicano Kid #1
Anthony Salazar ... Chicano Kid #2

Season 2, Episode 16: The Melting Point of Ice

6 January 1976
A robbery goes wrong and the situation becomes more complicated when the stolen diamonds go missing. Suspicion centers on a construction site and Pepper goes undercover as a caterer to try and discover who at the site has the diamonds.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley

Jimmy Stathis ... Officer #1
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles
Carmine Caridi ... Starbo
Charles Frank ... Jim Fuller

Tom Reese ... Piers
Paul Lambert ... Ulrich

Hector Elias ... Rio
John Crawford ... Captain Parks
John Bleifer ... Nathan Shotness
William Phipps ... C.J.
Jason Wingreen ... Copeman
Alvin Kupperman ... Haskow
Robert Broyles ... Bartender
Joan Tetzel ... Mrs. Fuller

Kieu Chinh ... Mai Fuller
John Hackett ... Hard Hat #1
Brent Williams ... Hard Hat #2
Tom Regan ... Officer #2

Season 2, Episode 17: The Pawn Shop

20 January 1976
Due to a string of high end burglaries, Anderson and Crowley try an undercover sting operation by opening a pawn shop on the West side. Pepper posses as a buyer of quality antiques based out of Paris to try and lure the gang into making a mistakes.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Diane Baker ... Cynthia Lambert
Hal England ... Ellis
Alex Colon ... Rafe
Chris Hubbell ... Bobby

Rick Segall ... Donny (as Ricky Segall)

Joan Collins ... Prudence Clark
T.J. Castronovo ... Tommy Court (as T.J. Castronova)
Rod Browning ... Chuck Bailey
Phillip Pine ... George Crossland

John Dennis Johnston ... Bishoff (as John Dennis)

Frank Bonner ... Donny's Father
Johnny Silver ... Price
James Metropole ... Steve
Andres Pavon ... John
Cynthia Berger ... Hostess

John Fujioka ... Mr. Tanaka
Marty Zagon ... Paul Ross

Season 2, Episode 18: Angela

27 January 1976


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles
Joseph Campanella ... Joseph Carbeau

Brooke Adams ... Angela
Pepper Martin ... Hodges

Scott Hylands ... Larry Barba
John A. Zee ... Rosen (as John Zee)
Jim Gruzalski ... Aiello
Billy Jackson ... Astro
Loutz Gage ... Judge
Larry Ellis ... Thaler
Rick Garcia ... Rodriguez
Louise Hoven ... File Clerk
Albert Able ... Deputy D.A.
David Hinton ... Boyfriend

Susan Buckner ... Judy
Wayne Bartlett ... Uniformed Sgt
Robert Buesing ... Customs Agent

Season 2, Episode 19: Wednesdays Child

3 February 1976


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Paula Kelly ... Linda Summers

Edd Byrnes ... Billy Dodge
Audrey Christie ... Mamie
Les McCann ... Himself - Pianist
Raymond St. Jacques ... Alex Steeves

Robert Loggia ... Paul Nicastro
Gilbert Green ... Jake Shulman
Randi Stuart ... Judge

Helen Martin ... Aunt Bessie
Ross Durfee ... Security Guard
Tom Sparks ... Prosecutor
Janet Winter ... Secretary
Hershell Walthall ... Earl 'Pappy' Taylor
Kejo ... Trudy (as Kejo Thomas)

Season 2, Episode 20: Generation of Evil

10 February 1976


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Robert Vaughn ... Lou Malik
Antony Carbone ... Pappas

Barry Williams ... Steve Glass
Penny Santon ... Mama Rossini
Sherwood Price ... Lucas
David Opatoshu ... Morrie Hirsch

Carmen Argenziano ... Torelli
Claude Earl Jones ... McGuire

Kevin Hagen ... Norris
Andrea Adler ... Kay
Jody Gilbert ... Matronly Woman
Robert Florea ... Corey
Paul Sorensen ... Security Guard
Karen Smith ... Telephone Operator
Louis H. Kelly ... Dealer (as Louis Kelly)
Neile Adams ... Denise (as Neile Adams-McQueen)

Season 2, Episode 21: Double Image

17 February 1976


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles
Catherine Burns ... Sheila Sumner
Lucille Benson ... Aunt Benjamin

Dane Clark ... Sam Corbett
Bobbie Mitchell ... Candy

Steve Allie Collura ... Hector (as Steve-Allie Collura)
Maurice Kowalewski ... Mr. Lang
Mario Gallo ... Hotel Clerk
Linda Borgeson ... Bettina
Dana Mackey ... Willis Henry

Bill Dearth ... Bruno
Steve Vignari ... Podowsky
Diana Benton ... Diana Corbett

Season 2, Episode 22: Mother Love

24 February 1976
Pepper gets involved in a child kidnapping case when a close personal friend has his child taken. There are further questions raised over the origins of the child in the first place. People want to know - who exactly is the mother of the child to begin with

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Donna Mills ... Tamee Swanson

Barry Brown ... Scott Swanson
Michael Ebert ... Mark Jensen

Brooke Bundy ... Donna Jensen

Clifford David ... Denis Ross
Marjorie Battles ... Thelma
Larry Delaney ... Jim Magruder
Laurie Kennedy ... Anne Magruder
Norma Connolly ... Landlady
Chanin Hale ... Adoption Clerk
Natalie Core ... Chic Saleslady

Diana Herbert ... Baby Store Saleslady
Brent Williams ... Gym Instructor

Daryl Keith Roach ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: Task Force: Cop Killer: Part 1

2 March 1976


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

James Darren ... Rick Matteo

James A. Watson Jr. ... Jesse Arnold

Cynthia Sikes ... Michelle

Cooper Huckabee ... Yancey Parnell

Dane Clark ... Sgt. Paul Barnett

Charles Haid ... Charley French

Andy Jarrell
Allen Case ... Fritz
Deirdre Lenihan ... Linda
Betsy Slade ... Joanie

Gerald McRaney ... Comet

Don Stroud ... Bobbo Olchin

Priscilla Pointer ... Adele French (as Pricilla Pointer)
Kathy McKee ... Rhea (as Kathrine McKee)
Read Morgan ... Yavich
Walt Davis ... Thorpe
C. Lindsay Workman ... Medical Examiner (as Lindsay Workman)
Renata Vanni ... Italian Wife
Frank Arno ... Restaurant Owner
Kit Smythe ... Barbara Crawford (as Kit Smythe Miller)
Kim Lankford ... Kate
Pam Griffin ... Girlfriend
Rick Sandford ... Boyfriend
Nü Fenghuang ... (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: Task Force: Cop Killer: Part 2

9 March 1976


Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: The Trick Book

28 September 1976
The series' only two-hour one-part episode centers on the theft of a madam's client list, which will be worth a fortune in the hands of someone unscrupulous enough to blackmail the various Johns on the list. A seedy, elderly private eye (Jack Gilford) is the first to get his hands on the book. The English reviewers of this episode (which was shown in two parts in the United Kingdom) loved the first hour but thought the second one only a little above average.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Jack Gilford ... Michael Eglash

Jerry Douglas ... Leo Patri
Ned Wilson ... Channing Andrews

Brooke Bundy ... Renee Andrews
David White ... Brinker

Maidie Norman ... Celia Jackson

Carole Wells ... Dani Summers

Dorothy Malone ... Madame Hilary LaSalle

Joan Collins ... Lorelei Frank

Hayden Rorke ... Cromwell

Ian Wolfe ... Mr. Meservey

Michael Swan ... Chaucer
Joe Burke ... Jule Buck (as Joseph Burke)
Irene Yah-Ling Sun ... Princess Hanako
C. Lindsay Workman ... Medical Examiner (as Lindsay Workman)
Kandi Keith ... Harriet Syles
Kathy McKee ... Barbara (as Kathrine McKee)

Susan Mullen ... Mickey
John McCann ... Adam
Clayton Wilcox ... Roberts

Dorothy Provine

Pat Skelton ... Patrolman Budge

Season 3, Episode 2: Tender Soldier

5 October 1976
When a patrol cop is shot to death just before dawn in a Los Angeles neighborhood which turns out to be a hot-bed for cult activity, and Monica Dunlap - the daughter of a powerful California businessman - is arrested in a nearby safe-house for the P.C.U. (the Peoples' Combat Unit) Pepper poses as a mysterious '60s activist/terrorist on the lam for years who surfaces in order to infiltrate the group.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Robert Walker Jr. ... Nat Stark (as Robert Walker)
Cathey Paine ... Monica Dunlap
Richard Roat ... Tyrell

Peter Hansen ... Dunlap

Art Evans ... Russ Singer

Jamie Donnelly
John Crawford
Pamela Serpe ... Tina Dunlap (as Pam Serpe)
Ed Griffith ... Sherman
Bob Banfield ... Newsman
Dick McGarvin ... Reporter #1

Mark Harmon ... Stanski
Ben Wilson ... Jack
Evelyn Guerrero ... Ziba
Paul Micale ... Milkman

John Mahon ... Fireman
Amy Allen Karr ... Nurse (as Amy Allen)

Season 3, Episode 3: Trial by Prejudice

12 October 1976


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Carol Lynley

Edward Binns ... John Solvana
Jack Ging ... Capt. Harris
John Kerry ... Sgt.Tripp
Adam Wade ... Sgt. Dalton
Susan Gailey ... Rosie
Colleen Meeker ... Fran

Fred Lerner ... Jacobs
Charles Cooper ... Chairman
Joe Ross ... Office Manager
John McCann ... Lt. Williams
Norman Rice ... Capt. Walters
Larry Douglas ... Asst. D.A. Troupe
Nancy Hsueh ... T.J.
Katie Hopkins Zerby ... Sally

Michael Talbott ... Officer #1

Pat Crowley ... Marlene Simpson

Season 3, Episode 4: Sara Who?

26 October 1976


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Meredith Baxter ... Liz Robson (as Meredith Baxter Birney)
Bill Williams ... Captain

Edward James Olmos ... Hawkins (as Edward Olmos)
Kay Heberle ... Coleen
Bibi Osterwald ... Mrs. Nemerover

Mary Jo Catlett ... Car Rental Clerk
Katie Hopkins Zerby ... Sara Rossi
Fritzi Burr ... Landlady

Rhoda Gemignani ... Francine
Joella Deffenbaugh ... Rose
Ric Carrott ... Pepper's Neighbor
John Alvin ... Doctor

Diana Scarwid ... Irene
Louie Elias ... Albert Mead
Paula Mack ... Jackie
Glenn Roberts ... Ship's Officer

Wesley Marie Tackitt ... Bakeshop Owner (as Wesley Tackitt)

Season 3, Episode 5: Broken Angels

9 November 1976
Pepper's alcoholic academy classmate Loretta Muldare working juvenile welfare is placed in peril by a corrupt lawyer and a narcotics ring when pursuing a child abusing addict.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Anne Francis ... Sergeant Loretta Muldare

Robert Walden ... Spider Denton

Dale Robinette ... Jim

Frank Aletter ... Henning

Chuck McCann ... Marty Madison

Patrick Cranshaw ... the Swamper (as Pat Cranshaw)
Tom McDonald ... Bell
Jerry Daniels ... Carbone
Bea Silvern ... the Landlady
Dennis Robertson ... The Medical Examiner
Robert Ritchie ... The Pediatrician
Anson Downes ... Officer Langley
Karen Smith ... Waitress

T.K. Carter ... Teen #1
Erik Washington ... Teen #2
Al Bordighi ... Property Clerk

Season 3, Episode 6: Brainwash

16 November 1976


Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

James Olson ... Curry
Karen Lamm ... Pamela
Pepper Martin ... Oaks

Judy Carne

William Smith ... Cody
Ed Gilbert ... Paul Lewin (as Edmund Gilbert)
Marilyn Alex ... Matron
Wendell Baker ... Gary Lewin

Marcy Lafferty ... Mackay
Gerald Jann ... Doctor
John Raynor ... Pamela's Father
Wayne Marton ... Park Worker
Bob Schott ... Weight Lifter
James Eric ... Hotline Office Man
Carol Jones ... Hippie Girl
Meegan King ... Boy

Season 3, Episode 7: The Lifeline Agency

23 November 1976

Season 3, Episode 8: Tennis Bum

30 November 1976

Season 3, Episode 9: Bait

7 December 1976

Season 3, Episode 10: The Death of a Dream

14 December 1976

Season 3, Episode 11: Father to the Man

21 December 1976

Season 3, Episode 12: Night of the Full Moon

28 December 1976

Season 3, Episode 13: Once a Snitch

4 January 1977

Season 3, Episode 14: Barney

11 January 1977

Season 3, Episode 15: Banker's Hours

18 January 1977

Season 3, Episode 16: Disco Killer

25 January 1977

Season 3, Episode 17: Shadow of a Doubt

1 February 1977

Season 3, Episode 18: The Killer Cowboys

8 February 1977
Frank Converse plays an airline pilot from Pepper's past who comes back to get her just a year or two after his wife's death.

Season 3, Episode 19: Shark

15 February 1977

Season 3, Episode 20: Solitaire

22 February 1977
A liquor-store stakeout for two robbers goes bad when one of the two cops is blown away by a shotgun before his partner can take down the two robbers. The crooks escape and wind up in Los Angeles, where the surviving cop joins Pepper's team. The cop goes right up the leader's shotgun barrel to knock him unconscious. While Pepper and Crowley wonder about the visiting cop's stability, they get word that a terrorist is planting bombs. This becomes an issue when they take the crooks to the airport and the crooks escape. Pepper and Crowley learn that one of the bombs is in the airport and might take out innocent people, so they have three people to catch. The visiting officer knows it too, and for undisclosed reasons he seems hell-bent reckless on taking down the bad guys if it's the last thing he does. Diana Muldaur literally phones in her part as the visiting officer's wife in New York City.

Season 3, Episode 21: Bondage

1 March 1977
An actress involved in making "provocotive" movies turns up dead. Pepper goes undercover to find out more about the late woman's employers. Eventually, she is found out, causing a foot chase with Pepper clothed in lingerie. Things look bad until the brother of the dead woman saves her life.

Season 3, Episode 22: Silky Chamberlain

8 March 1977

Season 3, Episode 23: Deadline: Death

22 March 1977


Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Do You Still Beat Your Wife?

25 October 1977

Season 4, Episode 2: Guns

1 November 1977

Season 4, Episode 3: Means to an End

8 November 1977

Season 4, Episode 4: The Inside Connection

22 November 1977

Season 4, Episode 5: Screams

6 December 1977
A serial rapist preys on hitchhikers and records their screams.

Season 4, Episode 6: The Buttercup Killer

13 December 1977
When a Greek shop owner is found gunned down, Crowley is surprised to learn that robbery wasn't the apparent motive -- the victim was petrified with terror even before the fatal shot was fired. The killer dons a nun's habit and walks with a profound limp. The only clue is a dried buttercup flower dropped next to the victim. When another family member is killed in the same manner, the team realizes a serial killer is at work, and the clues are designed to remind the victims of a dead or absent woman back in the old country, someone whom they wronged terribly and are now to pay the price.

Season 4, Episode 7: Merry Christmas Waldo

14 December 1977
In this remake of a "Police Story" episode from that show's first season (but with a different outcome), an old pensioner celebrates the Christmas season by robbing banks through trickery, usually donning a Santa suit and passing a note claiming he has an armed partner (or, in one case, getting a sidewalk Santa to stand by while he robs the bank in civilian clothes). The old man lives very quietly, except that he's a forceful advocate for the elderly. Pepper and Crowley begin to suspect that he's not pulling the robberies for himself, but to benefit other old people.

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Lloyd Nolan ... Q. Waldo Mims

Lurene Tuttle ... Mrs. Volusia

Don 'Red' Barry ... Captain Red Barnes

Colby Chester ... Ted Felton
Vera Stough ... Mrs. Hamilton
Eddie Quillan ... Bus Driver
Carolyn Fromson ... Young Lady
Jay McKenna ... Leon Nocatee (as James McKenna)
Paul Schumacher ... Levy
Ben Frommer ... Butcher
Allen Fife ... Resident
Don Conte ... Man

Gary Graham ... Santa
Ken Magee ... Somers
Georgia Schmidt ... Old Lady
Kate Riehl ... Elderly Lady
Wiley Harker ... Old Man

Season 4, Episode 8: Death Game

21 December 1977
It's hot and the air keeps going out in the police station. A street kid threatens Pepper while she drags him into a prison cell, making her wonder why the guys seem to take their rage out on women, if there's one around. Then, frustrated that their latest drug bust (Nehemiah Persoff) has already made bail before they can finish their drinks at Vinnie's, Pepper leaves the bar and almost gets run over on purpose in the parking lot, but, being a good cop, she just goes home and doesn't tell anybody about it until later. When she finally does, Bill is pissed, and they suspect Persoff, who just grins in interrogation. She then wakes up in the middle of the night with a cloaked figure hovering over her with a knife (later shown to be a toy) to her throat who swears he could kill her whenever he wants. She "wrestles" it out of his hands and he escapes through an open sliding glass door in her disco bedroom and into the night. She's placed in protection, and when she goes to meet her snitch and someone in a sluggish, 15 year old hearse car (which can't be caught) takes a shot at her, Crowley literally picks up a screeching Danny DeVito and hauls him off to jail under Pepper's gasping protestations. Later still, someone blows up a talcum powder bomb in the garage of the building she's being protected in. Pepper goes and vacations in a cabin with no phone in the mountains. She gets chased by an "old" man with a rifle until Angie trips and he catches her. Turns out his son died in prison after Pepper sent him up for rape, and Mr. Valerie Harper gives an 18th century speech about how women "ask for it" with their wily ways and plunging necklines. As usual, a ranger out of nowhere appears to save Angie, so when Mr. Valerie turns in response to the approaching uniform, she slips a Freudian log into his belly. Pep and the guys have a beer back at the cabin and Pepper swoons over the hot ranger and makes a funny accent.

Season 4, Episode 9: Ambition

28 December 1977
An icy lawyer and his lackey, a music producer, both of whom are shaking down criminal suspects for money to buy off the charges against them, see the chance to pin their crimes on a young cop who's too eager to bust suspects and rise in the ranks. Features two good gunfights.

Season 4, Episode 10: Blind Terror

4 January 1978
Sandra Dee is a blind mom in the desert whom Pepper is protecting. But, being the desert, Angie's also got big dark sunglasses, so when the mob shows up to grab Sandy while she's inside, they mistake one for the other, chasing Pepper into the yucca, baby in tow.

Season 4, Episode 11: Tigress

11 January 1978

Season 4, Episode 12: Sunset

18 January 1978

Season 4, Episode 13: The Young and the Fair

25 January 1978

Season 4, Episode 14: The Human Rights of Tiki Kim

1 February 1978
The Korean mob (led by Philip Ahn in his last role) tries to put muscle on Koreatown by extortion and murder. An immigrant organizes a neighborhood association to fight them, so the gang targets the honest man's cute 8-year-old niece for kidnapping, with the price for her safe return being that he remain silent. They then arrange for her to be "adopted" and sent back to Korea by a native family they've hired, using their Washington connections to threaten the man with arrest for violating immigration laws if he, Pepper or a friendly journalist interfere. The title comes from a Jimmy Carter speech denouncing the South Korean regime (at the time) for violating the rights of its citizens. Plays very much like a "Lou Grant" episode until the final 10 minutes. This was the only major role for young actress Shang-Hur.

Season 4, Episode 15: Sixth Sense

8 February 1978
Stopped at a traffic light while driving to work, Crowley notices the driver of the next car is unusually nervous and sweaty, and apparently has "made" Crowley as a cop. Crowley shows his badge and orders the driver to pull over, which he does. After questioning the man, Crowley forces his car trunk -- and finds a woman inside, unconscious from multiple stab wounds. The driver flees on foot, but Crowley tackles him. But Crowley had no legal justification to search the car, as a furious police captain reminds him, and the man -- who was the assailant -- is released from custody. The woman dies without regaining consciousness. Pepper and Crowley soon find evidence that the man is a totally psychotic woman-hater and that the woman in the trunk (played by a pre-"Vegas" Phyllis Davis in one very short scene) was his third victim after insulting him. With the boss still breathing down their necks, Pepper and Crowley dog the man, his wife and his "real" mistress, hoping to get one or the other to break down and force the killer's hand again. Contains an incredibly stupid final chase scene.

Season 4, Episode 16: Sons

15 February 1978
Rookie cop Lance Johnson is new on the beat in one of the most dangerous areas in town. He makes it a rule to become acquainted with folks there, being real friendly and helpful. One night he is lured into a trap by a local motorbike gang and severely beaten. While he is fighting for his life in hospital, Sergeants Crowley and Anderson are trying to investigate but end up facing a wall of silence. When the owner of a local café finally breaks his silence, his son is stabbed to death. Still, the wealthy parents of the neighborhood protect their sons and treat the owner of the café like a traitor. Slowly, the CC unit is closing the net around the killing gang, but soon the situation is about to get out of control. It's up to Crowley and Anderson to stop the leader of the kill-crazy gang before more innocent blood is spilled...

Season 4, Episode 17: Murder with Pretty People

22 February 1978
A war is raging in the world of the rich and beautiful, a war between the model agencies of John Paul and his rival, former star model Liz Adams. When Liz is killed one night, Pepper Anderson goes undercover to pose as a model. Soon she finds out that there is more than one person who had reason to want to see Liz Adams dead. When beautiful Pepper finally crosses paths with the killer, things are getting real ugly for her...

Season 4, Episode 18: Battered Teachers

1 March 1978
They call themselves the "Death Squad" and they make their fellow students at Southern High go through hell. Extortion, beatings, rape - a bunch of rich kids think they have the power, and an equally power-hungry headmaster keeps eyes and ears closed. When a teacher is severely beaten and ends up in hospital, Crowley and Anderson move in. Crowley takes over as a teacher while Pepper goes undercover at the school clinic. Soon, the gang terrorizes another teacher, Karen Vaugn. But this time they go too far - when Karen is abducted, beaten and raped, her husband goes on an avenging rampage, and it seems that nothing and nobody can stop him - not even Sergeants Crowley and Anderson. But soon Frank Vaugn realizes that he has bitten off more than he can chew...

Angie Dickinson ... Sgt. Suzanne 'Pepper' Anderson

Earl Holliman ... Lt. Bill Crowley
Charles Dierkop ... Det. Pete Royster
Ed Bernard ... Det. Joe Styles

Don 'Red' Barry
Joseph Burke ... Frank Vaughn

Pamela Franklin ... Karen Vaughn
Jack Grimes ... Roy Walker
Doug Heyes Jr. ... Bobby Green (as Douglas Heyes Jr.)
Erik Larsen ... John

Glenn Morshower ... Billy

Debra Winger ... Phyllis Baxter

Mare Winningham ... Linda
Helen Kelly ... In the School Auditorium (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 19: A Shadow on the Sea

8 March 1978
Pepper, a waterfront cop and an old sea dog go after two boat hijackers who murdered a honeymooning couple and seem willing to steal and kill more to set up a smuggling operation.

Season 4, Episode 20: Sweet Kathleen

15 March 1978
A sweet smile, a charming face, an enchanting voice, a helpful and friendly employee - Kathleen is all that. She's also an ex con woman who happens to work as executive secretary for the investment company of Mr. Saunders. When she one day calls Sergeant Crowley's CC unit and advices them that her office is about be be robbed, Crowley is faced with one of the most baffling cases of his career. Soon, he finds himself in the middle of a dangerous cat-and-mouse game - and at the wrong end of a gun...

Season 4, Episode 21: Flip of a Coin

23 March 1978
When the department decides to cut one of the investigator positions of Sergeant Crowley's CC Unit, Joe Styles ends up being transferred to another section where he is assigned night shift duty. While he is becoming more and more depressed, his wife Harriet battles with the threat of breast cancer. While Pepper is trying to get Harriet through the predicament of hospital checkup procedures, young and wealthy Joslyn Westmore is being kidnapped and held for ransom. Her husband, board chairman of a large company, is desperate. When Sergeant Crowley decides to get Joe Styles back on the team to stand in for the Westmore's chauffeur who has to deliver the ransom, he doesn't know that Joe ends up between a rock and a hard place.

Season 4, Episode 22: Good Old Uncle Ben

29 March 1978
Pepper meets up with her childhood mentor, now an elderly cattle rancher. The rancher, facing mounting expenses due to the illness of his wife, has linked up with a beef company that steals cows. But the rancher becomes disgusted with the operation when it murders two subordinates and when a young-punk assistant rustler, in business on his own, draws down on him in an argument. The rancher decides to break the gang on his own.

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