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Season: 1 | 2
Year: 1975 | 1976


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Killing Ground

24 February 1975
Responding to an early morning call reporting a family dispute Officer Jim Street and his partner fall prey to an ambush by three gunmen. It is just one in a series of ambushes which have plagued the police. In the aftermath of the shooting Street's partner is dead and he tries out for an opening in a newly formed S.W.A.T. unit being headed by Lt. 'Hondo' Harrelson. The teams first assignment is to find and stop the gunmen who have declared war on the city's police.

Steve Forrest ... Lieutenant Dan 'Hondo' Harrelson

Robert Urich ... Officer Jim Street
Rod Perry ... Sergeant David 'Deacon' Kay

Mark Shera ... Officer Dominic Luca
James Coleman ... Officer T.J. McCabe

Geoffrey Lewis ... Jack Bonelli

Jesse Vint ... Dallas

William Lucking ... Ray West (as Bill Lucking)

Annette O'Toole ... Rita Bonelli
Taylor Lacher ... Rob Duran
Mel Scott ... Sam Hanks

Kenneth Tobey ... Sergeant (as Kenneth Toby)
Terry Lumley ... Mary Duran
Keith Walker ... T.V. Announcer
Stephen Coit ... Doctor
Pat Patterson ... Bartender

Season 1, Episode 2: A Coven of Killers

3 March 1975
A prisoner is broken out of the prison ward of County General Hospital. His name is Joey Hopper and his followers are referred to as the Hopper Family. The 'family' consists of alienated youths who view Joey Hopper as their spiritual leader. All escape routes out of the city have been closed And SWAT's job is to conduct a sweep of the city and find them. Hopper's goal is to exact revenge against all those who prosecuted him...including 'Hondo' Harrelson.

Steve Forrest ... Lieutenant Dan 'Hondo' Harrelson

Robert Urich ... Officer Jim Street
Rod Perry ... Sergeant David 'Deacon' Kay

Mark Shera ... Officer Dominic Luca
James Coleman ... Officer T.J. McCabe
Ellen Weston ... Betty Harrelson

William Windom ... Ross Collins

Sal Mineo ... Joey Hopper

James Keach ... Arlie Warren

Belinda Balaski ... Judy Collins

Elisha Cook Jr. ... Harry Thorne (as Elisha Cook)
Richard O'Brien ... Chief Roman

Peggy McCay ... Laura Huston
Mimi Maynard ... Pam Morgan
Dan Spelling ... Craig Huston

Ross Elliott ... Roger Forbes
Lance Taylor Sr. ... Sgt. Willis (as Lance Taylor)
David Adams ... Kevin Harrelson (uncredited)
Michael Harland ... Matt Harrelson (uncredited)

Robert Shayne ... Dr.Gordon (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Death Carrier

10 March 1975
Frank Thomas is the 3rd victim of a sniper shooting in the last year. SWAT begins investigating by looking for a common link between the victims. They discover that two of the men dated the same woman...Janet Warren. Harrelson's plan puts Jim Street undercover as her new boyfriend in an attempt to draw out the sniper.

Season 1, Episode 4: Pressure Cooker

17 March 1975
Meredith Cooper is a freelance writer sent by the PR department to do a piece on S.W.A.T. for a magazine. She is anti-police and thinks they are a necessary evil but more evil than necessary. Harrelson and the team are told to cooperate and give her what she wants...human interest stories. While she is with them they respond to an APB on a missing girl which may be a kidnapping.

Steve Forrest ... Lieutenant Dan 'Hondo' Harrelson

Robert Urich ... Officer Jim Street
Rod Perry ... Sergeant David 'Deacon' Kay

Mark Shera ... Officer Dominic Luca
James Coleman ... Officer T.J. McCabe
Ellen Weston ... Betty Harrelson
Darleen Carr ... Meredith Cooper
Logan Ramsey ... Merrill Gist
Gerald Hiken ... Tolan (as Gerald Hike)

Jean Allison ... Mrs. Thomas

Gary Vinson ... Sergeant

Lee Paul ... Burly Thug
Wayne Sutherlin ... Long Hair Thug
Fredrica Duke ... Laurie
Milt Kogan ... Market Owner

Byron Morrow ... Doctor
Paul Sorensen ... Fire Captain (as Paul Sorenson)

Season 1, Episode 5: Hit Men

24 March 1975
Vincent Ritchie is a drug dealer who has agreed to testify against his former associates. While being escorted into town there is an ambush and during the gunfight he is shot and severely wounded. His future safety is now in the hands of S.W.A.T. The team sets up around the clock surveillance in the hospital wing while the gunmen make plans to hit.

Steve Forrest ... Lieutenant Dan 'Hondo' Harrelson

Robert Urich ... Officer Jim Street
Rod Perry ... Sergeant David 'Deacon' Kay

Mark Shera ... Officer Dominic Luca
James Coleman ... Officer T.J. McCabe

Jess Walton ... Carole Ritchie
Paul Stevens ... Kenneth Traynor
Walter Brooke ... Dr. Woodmore

Robert Loggia ... Joe Stevens
Paul Pepper ... Freddy
Ed Walsh ... Kurowski
John Zaremba ... Howard Redding
Del Monroe ... Pete

Alex Courtney ... Richard Warren (as Alexander Courtney)

Jean Byron ... Nurse Marlowe
Ari Sorko-Ram ... Nate Smith (as R.B. Sorko-Ram)
Joseph Mell ... Art (as Joe Mell)

Season 1, Episode 6: Jungle War

31 March 1975
Bo Pritchard, Hondo's Vietnam buddy, is determined to replaced Deke on Hondo's team. When Deke is wounded, Pritchard gets his chance, put Hondo must make a tough decision when his old friend's reckless behavior puts the team in danger.

Season 1, Episode 7: Death Score

7 April 1975
Posing as terrorists seeking freedom for their comrades, a group of thugs take an entire pro basketball team hostage during a game. They aren't terrorists, they just hope to extort $2 million from the team's owner.

Steve Forrest ... Lieutenant Dan 'Hondo' Harrelson

Robert Urich ... Officer Jim Street
Rod Perry ... Sergeant David 'Deacon' Kay

Mark Shera ... Officer Dominic Luca
James Coleman ... Officer T.J. McCabe

Robert Webber ... Doug McVea

Michael Warren ... Ollie Wyatt (as Mike Warren)

Paul Cavonis ... Rameri

Corinne Camacho ... Robin Phillips (as Corinne Michaels)

Berlinda Tolbert ... Joanne Wyatt
Stu Nahan ... Himself
Richard O'Brien ... Chief Roman

Anthony Eisley ... Warren Royce
Logan Field ... Pete Morgan
Tom Malinchak ... Don Benson
Jack Lukes ... Nicholas Cortease

Season 1, Episode 8: The Bravo Enigma

21 April 1975
The team's mission to stop the assassination of a U.S. Senator becomes even more urgent when it's learned the killer hired for the job is carrying a deadly plague that could start an epidemic.

Season 1, Episode 9: The Steel-Plated Security Blanket

28 April 1975
Thugs hijack an armored car and hide it somewhere in Los Angeles. S.W.A.T. borrows another armored car and tries to penetrate it for practice, but can't do it. The stolen car had no money inside, so S.W.A.T. assumes it will be used in a future heist. But where? A national beauty pageant with a million dollars in prizes provides the answer.

Steve Forrest ... Lieutenant Dan 'Hondo' Harrelson

Robert Urich ... Officer Jim Street
Rod Perry ... Sergeant David 'Deacon' Kay

Mark Shera ... Officer Dominic Luca
James Coleman ... Officer T.J. McCabe

Michael Conrad ... Vince

Lara Parker ... Susan

Farrah Fawcett ... Miss New Mexico (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)
Nicholas Cortland ... Dewey

Rose Marie ... Hilda
Joan Huntington ... Linda
Cec Linder ... Blake
Timothy Brown ... Jesse
Erica Hagen ... Willa

Carole White ... Augusta (as Carole Ita White)

Loni Anderson ... Miss Texas
Jillian Kesner ... Miss California
Robert Hackman ... Dispatcher
Ralph Montgomery ... Morton

Season 1, Episode 10: Omega One

5 May 1975
A student protest is a cover for radicals to infiltrate a chemical plant and demand a million-dollar ransom. S.W.A.T. has only a short time to sneak in, rescue the hostages, and deactivate the programmed explosion.

Steve Forrest ... Lieutenant Dan 'Hondo' Harrelson

Robert Urich ... Officer Jim Street
Rod Perry ... Sergeant David 'Deacon' Kay

Mark Shera ... Officer Dominic Luca
James Coleman ... Officer T.J. McCabe
Kip Niven ... Stockwell (as Nip Niven)

Elliott Street ... Trooper
Patricia Stich ... Marcia

Sam Jaffe ... Dr. Brunner
Louise Lewis ... Mrs. Brunner (as Louise Fitch)
William Vaughn ... Barone (as William Vaughan)
Don Furneaux ... Mr. Jenkins
John Davey ... Novak
Kerrigan Mahan ... Clinton (as Kerry Mahan)

Joanne Nail ... Pam McCabe
Gary Brient ... Reporter
Robert P. Lieb ... Mayor

James Griffith ... Sgt. Reardon

Season 1, Episode 11: Blind Man's Bluff

12 May 1975
Harrelson is shot although he survives, his vision is in question. So until he can be cleared he is assigned to a desk job.

Season 1, Episode 12: Sole Survivor

26 May 1975
A gang of ex-convicts, led by their former parole officer, utilizing his familiarity with S.W.A.T. procedures, invades a heavily guarded rare coin auction and makes off with two million dollars is gold in "Sole Survivor."

Steve Forrest ... Lieutenant Dan 'Hondo' Harrelson

Robert Urich ... Officer Jim Street
Rod Perry ... Sergeant David 'Deacon' Kay

Mark Shera ... Officer Dominic Luca
James Coleman ... Officer T.J. McCabe
Ellen Weston ... Betty Harrelson

Simon Oakland ... Frank Hunter

Jim McMullan ... Sylvestor Gray (as James McMullan)

Hal Williams ... Bo Tate

George DiCenzo ... Ben Wiley (as George Di Cenzo)

Rose Marie ... Hilda
Ben Wright ... Mr. Jarvis

Ike Eisenmann ... Timmy Lacey (as Ike Eisenman)
Burt Douglas ... Lacey
Ari Sorko-Ram ... Sgt. #1 (as R.B. Sorko-Ram)
Montana Smoyer ... House Mother
Barbara Dodd ... Mrs. Lacey

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Deadly Tide: Part 1

13 September 1975
S.W.A.T. investigates the death of a scuba diver and how it figures into a series of jewel thefts.

Season 2, Episode 2: Deadly Tide: Part 2

13 September 1975
As SWAT closes in on the jewel robberies, the thieves plan a heist using stolen Navy mines.

Season 2, Episode 3: Kill S.W.A.T.

20 September 1975
Hondo and his team are set up as targets for mass execution by a family of criminals who have convinced themselves that the death of one of their kin was an act of S.W.A.T. "brutality."

Season 2, Episode 4: Dealers in Death

27 September 1975
Lt. Hondo Harrelson sends Dom Luca and T.J. McCabe on special undercover assignment to track down the supplier of sophisticated automatic weapons being used in a series of crimes.

Season 2, Episode 5: Time Bomb

4 October 1975
The team is trying out one of their new devices at a movie studio. When they're done Street leaves his behind. He and Luca and McCabe are suppose to go out with their girlfriends so he picks her up when he remembers he left it behind. He goes back to get it but some men came after the team left and have planted explosives all over the studio as part of an extortion scheme. When Street gets trapped he uses it to signal the others who rush to the studio.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Vendetta

11 October 1975
Lt. Hondo Harrelson and a crooked property owner are marked for death by a pair of vengeance-seeking ex-convicts.

Season 2, Episode 7: Criss-Cross

18 October 1975
SWAT investigates a series of warehouse heists and seeks a runaway teenage girl who witnessed the thieves in action. Hovering over the investigation is a former senator with an invested interest.

Season 2, Episode 8: Vigilante

25 October 1975
Paul Julian, a radio repairman and friend to most of the S.W.A.T. team, lost his wife to a brutal killer, and has gone mad obsessing over her death. He keeps a police scanner tuned to S.W.A.T. and shows up at their stakeouts. Whenever the bad guys come out, to surrender or otherwise, he shoots them.

Season 2, Episode 9: Courthouse

1 November 1975
Four thugs knock over a race track for $2 million, but only two of them escape. One of the one left behind is killed and the other captured. The gang tries elaborate methods to try to spring the surviving accomplice when he goes to trial.

Season 2, Episode 10: Ordeal

8 November 1975
Hondo and a talkative dope dealer marked for execution are stranded to ether in rugged terrain after surviving the crash of a sabotaged helicopter. Frank Gorshin guest stars.

Season 2, Episode 11: Strike Force

15 November 1975
The team has been assigned to protect a white supremacist. What they don't know is that the man's wife and right hand are having an affair and are plotting something.

Steve Forrest ... Lieutenant Dan 'Hondo' Harrelson

Robert Urich ... Officer Jim Street
Rod Perry ... Sergeant David 'Deacon' Kay

Mark Shera ... Officer Dominic Luca
James Coleman ... Officer T.J. McCabe
John Brascia ... Tom

Anjanette Comer ... Alicia Woodward

John Dehner ... Gen. Woodward

Robert Dowdell ... Peter Sedley

John Ericson ... Capt. Brenner
James Hall ... Sentry
Brick Huston ... Deputy Sheriff

Victor Izay ... Miles Sander
John Kerry ... Sgt. Conover
Alan Manson ... Norman Crown
Ray Middleton ... Gregory Kenyon
Gene Otis ... Jim Morgan
Gary Pagett ... Sgt. Connors
K.T. Stevens ... Mrs. Prescott

Season 2, Episode 12: The Swinger

22 November 1975
The wild, man-crazy 15-year-old daughter of a district attorney leads Jim Street on a frantic chase as a enforcer plots to abduct the girl and trade her life for her father's cooperation.

Season 2, Episode 13: Terror Ship

29 November 1975
A tugboat hauling a barge laden with explosives is hijacked by a man who threatens to blow up the harbor and murder a famous marine biologist unless Hondo Harrelson delivers a million dollars in cash.

Season 2, Episode 14: Murder by Fire

6 December 1975
Hondo and his team go after a gang of arsonist-killers who pose as firemen, evacuate posh homes, shoot at actual firemen and police and escape with a fortune in jewels, paintings and antiques.

Season 2, Episode 15: Silent Night, Deadly Night

13 December 1975
A woman doctor and her "patient" plot to steal a half-million in jewels from a socialite who has brought the gems into the hospital where she is undergoing cosmetic surgery.

Steve Forrest ... Lieutenant Dan 'Hondo' Harrelson

Robert Urich ... Officer Jim Street
Rod Perry ... Sergeant David 'Deacon' Kay

Mark Shera ... Officer Dominic Luca
James Coleman ... Officer T.J. McCabe

Anne Francis ... Doris Wainwright Bristol
Elizabeth Baur ... Dr. Ellen Benton

Alan Oppenheimer ... Dr. Norman Davis
Jodean Lawrence ... Margaret Doan (as Jodean Russo)

Michael Callan ... Frank Molloy

Rose Marie ... Hilda
Frank Campanella ... Joe DeLeon
Richard Forbes ... Willie Domino
Kay Stewart ... Cora Winfield
Dan Barton ... Detective Locker
Morgan Jones ... Sergeant
Len Ross ... George Barton
Tara Talboy ... Mandy

Season 2, Episode 16: The Running Man: Part 1

24 January 1976
S.W.A.T. is tasked by the Justice Department with protecting a key witness in a trial against a crime kingpin. The mob pulls out all stops and stoops to new lows to locate and liquidate David Neil.

Steve Forrest ... Lieutenant Dan 'Hondo' Harrelson

Robert Urich ... Officer Jim Street
Rod Perry ... Sergeant David 'Deacon' Kay

Mark Shera ... Officer Dominic Luca
James Coleman ... Officer T.J. McCabe

Stuart Whitman ... David Neil / Ben Jordan

David Opatoshu ... Alexander Vincent

James Darren ... Joey Wade
John Lupton ... John Tyler
Linda Marsh ... Julia Abbott

Jim McMullan ... Deputy Tom Holden (credit only)

Bruce Glover ... J.D. Upton (credit only)

Forrest Tucker ... Owen Fiske (credit only)

Donna Mills ... Lauren Brooks (credit only)

Leslie Nielsen ... Vic Ritchie
Garry Walberg ... George Harris (credit only)
George Sperdakos ... Simpson
Charlie Briggs ... Sheriff Thad Grover (credit only)

Daniel Keough ... Police Officer
Bill McLean ... Ed Wilson, Mechanic (credit only)
Paul Sorensen ... Officer D'Amico
Dick Spangler ... Reporter
Paul Preston ... Ed Phillips

Season 2, Episode 17: The Running Man: Part 2

24 January 1976
Ben Jordan begins a new life in Lakevale, but fast runs afoul of the town's power brokers. Jordan discovers that even this quaint community falls under the dark shadow of the Mob, and hopes the blue line of S.W.A.T. also extends this far.

Steve Forrest ... Lieutenant Dan 'Hondo' Harrelson

Robert Urich ... Officer Jim Street
Rod Perry ... Sergeant David 'Deacon' Kay

Mark Shera ... Officer Dominic Luca
James Coleman ... Officer T.J. McCabe

Stuart Whitman ... David Neil / Ben Jordan

David Opatoshu ... Alexander Vincent (credit only)

James Darren ... Joey Wade
John Lupton ... John Tyler
Linda Marsh ... Julia Abbott (credit only)

Jim McMullan ... Deputy Tom Holden

Bruce Glover ... J.D. Upton

Forrest Tucker ... Owen Fiske

Donna Mills ... Lauren Brooks

Leslie Nielsen ... Vic Ritchie
Garry Walberg ... George Harris
George Sperdakos ... Simpson (credit only)
Charlie Briggs ... Sheriff Thad Grover

Daniel Keough ... Police Officer
Bill McLean ... Ed Wilson, Mechanic
Paul Sorensen ... Officer D'Amico (credit only)
Dick Spangler ... Reporter
Paul Preston ... Ed Phillips

Season 2, Episode 18: Lessons in Fear

31 January 1976
The theft of space age cutting tools and dynamite point to safe robbery and a murderous member of the gang's girlfriend runs an apartment for girls where resides a girl Luca is dating and is connected to the building with the safe.

Season 2, Episode 19: Deadly Weapons

21 February 1976
Lt. Hondo Harrelson investigates the murder of a young man who was slain helping a group of "professionals" burglarize his father's ware-house, containing a vast store of unmarked weapons.

Season 2, Episode 20: The Chinese Connection

28 February 1976
Hondo and a Chinese-American police lieutenant team up to crack a highly organized, heavily armed and deadly drug and protection ring which is terrorizing the Chinese community.

Steve Forrest ... Lieutenant Dan 'Hondo' Harrelson

Robert Urich ... Officer Jim Street
Rod Perry ... Sergeant David 'Deacon' Kay

Mark Shera ... Officer Dominic Luca
James Coleman ... Officer T.J. McCabe
Joe Bonny ... Officer

Chao Li Chi ... Flute Player (as Chao-Li Chi)
George Chung ... Han
Lezlie Dalton ... Sandy
Susie Elene ... Blossom (as Elena Suesie)

Joel Fabiani ... Ronald Parker

James Hong ... Kwan Loon
Richard Lee-Sung ... Bouncer
Beulah Quo ... Madame Yang

James Shigeta ... Lieutenant Eddie Chew
Arthur Song ... Lin Yang
Hatsuo Uda ... Lee

Season 2, Episode 21: Dragons and Owls

6 March 1976
S.W.A.T. goes after a gang of misfits who steal vans and attack beautiful women.

Steve Forrest ... Lieutenant Dan 'Hondo' Harrelson

Robert Urich ... Officer Jim Street
Rod Perry ... Sergeant David 'Deacon' Kay

Mark Shera ... Officer Dominic Luca
James Coleman ... Officer T.J. McCabe

Tom Skerritt ... Maynard Hill
Henry Olek ... Les Hagen
Karen Carlson ... Laurie Wendell

Virginia Gregg ... Mrs. Hill

Dennis Fimple ... Harry
Terry Lumley ... Becky Wendell

Dick DeCoit ... Scott Morrison
Terry Hinz ... Gabe

I. Stanford Jolley ... Wino

Bill Quinn ... Dr. Davidson (as William Quinn)
Robert Hackman ... Bert (as Bob Hackman)

Gwen Van Dam ... Nurse Thompson
Colleen Meeker ... Waitress (as Coleen Meeker)
Louis J. DiFonzo ... Orderly (as Louis DiFonzo)

Season 2, Episode 22: Any Second Now

13 March 1976
Some men go into a radio station and plant explosives. The team arrives and when every access is taken out they have to find some way to get in.

Season 2, Episode 23: Soldier on the Hill

16 March 1976
A disoriented war veteran taking a tourist ride through a movie studio becomes convinced he is back at the front and takes a beautiful star as his prisoner.

Season 2, Episode 24: Dangerous Memories

20 March 1976
As Hondo fights for his life after being shot while leading an operation, team members Jim Street, Deacon Kay, Dom Luca and T.J. McCabe recall earlier experiences with the tough lieutenant.

Season 2, Episode 25: Officer Luca, You're Dead

3 April 1976
The basic idea of "Rashomon" -- the same event told in flashbacks from different perspectives -- fuels this story of Luca killing a man. The man, a distraught husband, had carried a .25 five-bullet automatic pistol up to his wife's lover's apartment and shot the lover (one bullet), one at a cop in a hallway (two), and two more out a window at the S.W.A.T. team (four). When he takes the wife downstairs to a cellar, Luca is waiting with his rifle and drops him in his tracks. The question remains now -- did the gunman fire the final bullet at Luca (Luca's version) -- did Luca fire on him without provocation (which is what the wife thinks) -- or was the last bullet a dud that didn't detonate (which is what a photographer trailing Luca thinks)?

Steve Forrest ... Lieutenant Dan 'Hondo' Harrelson

Robert Urich ... Officer Jim Street
Rod Perry ... Sergeant David 'Deacon' Kay

Mark Shera ... Officer Dominic Luca
James Coleman ... Officer T.J. McCabe
William Kirby Cullen ... Lance Izing
Laurence Haddon ... Judge Zell
Mitzi Hoag ... Donna Izing
Morgan Jones ... Officer Hickock

Sandra Kerns ... Jackie
Richard O'Brien ... Chief Roman
David Perna ... Vince Fredericks
Gary Pillar ... Assistant D.A. Pierce (as Gary Carpenter)
Judson Pratt ... O.C. Sullivan
Robert Sorrells ... Alan Izing

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