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"Knight Rider" (1982) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
Year: 1982 | 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Knight of the Phoenix: Part 1

26 September 1982
A detective, believed to have been killed, is given a new face and identity and is armed with an artificially intelligent super car.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Long / Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Phyllis Davis ... Tanya Walker

Pamela Susan Shoop ... Maggie
Lance LeGault ... Vernon Gray
Noel Conlon ... William Benjamin

Michael D. Roberts ... Jackson

Bert Rosario ... Brown

Richard Anderson ... Dr. Ralph Wesley

Vince Edwards ... Fred Wilson

Richard Basehart ... Wilton Knight
Ed Gilbert ... Charles Acton (as Edmund Gilbert)

Shawn Southwick ... Lonnie

Brian Cutler ... Bar Manager

Barret Oliver ... Buddy
Robert Phillips ... Symes (scenes deleted)

Alma Beltran ... Luce (as Alma L. Beltran)
Ed Hooks ... Guard (credit only)
Tyler Murray ... Sally
Victoria Harned ... Doris

Larry Anderson ... Michael Long

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Herbert Jefferson Jr. ... Muntzy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Knight of the Phoenix: Part 2

26 September 1982
Michael Knight seeks justice and revenge as he goes after the clever industrial saboteurs who murdered his partner.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Long / Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Phyllis Davis ... Tanya Walker

Pamela Susan Shoop ... Maggie
Lance LeGault ... Vernon Gray
Noel Conlon ... William Benjamin

Michael D. Roberts ... Jackson

Bert Rosario ... Brown

Richard Anderson ... Dr. Ralph Wesley (credit only)

Vince Edwards ... Fred Wilson

Richard Basehart ... Wilton Knight (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Charles Acton (credit only) (as Edmund Gilbert)

Shawn Southwick ... Lonnie

Brian Cutler ... Bar Manager (credit only)

Barret Oliver ... Buddy
Robert Phillips ... Symes (credit only)

Alma Beltran ... Luce (credit only) (as Alma L. Beltran)
Ed Hooks ... Guard
Tyler Murray ... Sally (credit only)
Victoria Harned ... Doris (credit only)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Charles Napier ... Carney (uncredited)

John Quade ... Dolan (uncredited)

Red West ... Truck driver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Deadly Maneuvers

1 October 1982
After giving a lift to a woman to an army base, Michael investigates her father's death and discovers a plot to sell nuclear weapons.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Alan Oppenheimer ... General Duncton
Allen Williams ... Major Sanderson
Ron Kuhlman ... Sergeant Perkins
Devon Ericson ... Robin Ladd
Andre Harvey ... Lt. Hugh Rainey (as André Harvey)
Tom Gilleran ... Col. Ernest Ladd (as Thomas Gilleran)
Dennis Kerwin ... Cpl. Cotler
Danil Torppe ... Corporal James
James Carroll ... M.P. #2 (as James Lough)
Peter Harrell ... M.P. #1

Judy Johns ... Corporal Webb
Jeff Silverman ... Sanj
Greg Norberg ... Soldier
Charles Bazaldua ... Fat Soldier

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Good Day at White Rock

8 October 1982
Michael takes some time off to go rock climbing at White Rock. Unfortunately he soon discovers a rowdy biker gang called the Scorpions is planning to conduct a gang war against their rivals, the Road Dogs in town. A pretty girl named Sherry who runs the drugstore and her little brother Davey are the Scorpions first targets.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow (credit only)

Anne Lockhart ... Sherry Benson

James T. Callahan ... Sheriff Bruckner (as James Callahan)

Keith Coogan ... Davey Benson (as Keith Mitchell)

Don Stroud ... Hilly

Michael Champion ... Monk
Robert Dryer ... The Priest
Gregory Clemens ... Sneaker

Alex Daniels ... Big Lonny Spencer

George Fisher ... Boss
Kyle Oliver ... Big Donny Spencer

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Slammin' Sammy's Stunt Show Spectacular

22 October 1982
Michael and K.I.T.T. join a stunt show which a wealthy banker is trying to force out of business. It doesn't take long for them to become the main attraction, even if K.I.T.T. has to face the undignified distinction of being decorated all over with stars.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow
Eddie Firestone ... Sammy Phillips
Susan Kase ... Lisa Phillips
Phil Coccioletti ... Mario Lutenzo

Marc Alaimo ... Bill Gordon

Lin McCarthy ... Lawrence Blake
Jimmy Weldon ... Announcer
Adam Postil ... Mark

Richard Basehart ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)
Michael Santiago ... Highway Patrolman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Just My Bill

29 October 1982
Devon assigns Michael to protect his friend Senator Maggie Flynn after several attempts are made on her life.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Carole Cook ... Sen. Maggie Flynn
Robert Sampson ... Dixon

Bruce Gray ... Sen. Forbes

Nancy Lee Grahn ... Jane Adams (as Nancy Grahn)
David Haskell ... Brian Owendorf
Alex Kubik ... Luger

June Christopher ... Miriam
Barry Cutler ... Garage Guard
London Donfield ... Al

Fitz Houston ... Assembly Speaker (as Fitzhugh G. Houston)
Roger Til ... Professor LeCalir
Kenneth Menard ... Charlie Kemp (as Kenneth Men'ard)
Jeri Gaile ... Kate
Steve Alterman ... Valet Attendant

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Not a Drop to Drink

5 November 1982
Michael and K.I.T.T. are send to protect a group of ranchers who's water supply is being cut off by a wealthy landowner. Michael meets his match in a hotheaded young widow who leads the fight for their rights and is instructed to make sure she doesn't do anything too impulsive.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Harry Carey Jr. ... Josh Morgan

Sondra Currie ... Francesca Morgan
Jason Evers ... Herb Bremen

Lynn Hamilton ... Susan Wade
Cory 'Bumper' Yothers ... Kevin (as Bumper Yothers)
David S. Cass Sr. ... Alex Webster (as Dave Cass)
Joe Burnett ... Kirk Webster

Tom Lester ... Ted Moore
Linda Stuart ... Myra Moore (as Lyndel Stuart)
Jan Rabson ... Dewey

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: No Big Thing

12 November 1982
Devon Miles is arrested on a traffic violation in Lyndhurst Flats and ends up sharing a jail with Frank Reston, the very journalist he was planning to meet. When Reston is killed by the corrupt police officers because he had too much evidence against them, Devon's life becomes forfeit as he was the last one to see Reston alive. Michael teams up with Frank's ex-wife Carol in his search for Devon.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow
Ted Markland ... Sgt. Wallace

Mary-Margaret Humes ... Carol Reston (as Mary Margaret Humes)

Grainger Hines ... Officer Rex Saunders

Jim Haynie ... Frank Reston
Logan Ramsey ... Judge Roland S. Paxton
Paul Harper ... Man
Jimmy Murphy ... Pink

Earl Billings ... Shep

Duke Stroud ... Capt. Dave Butler
Robert Carnegie ... Van Dyke
Louie Elias ... Pauly
Vance Davis ... Guard
Patrick Puccinelli ... Officer Smith
Bruce Neckels ... Pete - Truck Driver

Elmarie Wendel ... Woman
Jay T. Will ... Brute

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Trust Doesn't Rust

19 November 1982
Two small time crooks steal and activate KITT's sociopathic predecessor, KARR, and it goes on the rampage.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

William Sanderson ... The Rev
Michael MacRae ... Tony
John Brandon ... Police Captain
John Hostetter ... Police Officer
Gary McMillan ... Security Guard (as Gary A. McMillan)
Ivan E. Roth ... Fast Food Kid

Peter Cullen ... K.A.R.R. (voice)

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Inside Out

26 November 1982
Michael captures a criminal named Dugan and takes his place as Colonel Kincaid's new driver. His goal is to find out for what purpose Kincaid is building his own private task team and catch him red-handed.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Judith Chapman ... Linda Elliott
Erik Stern ... Thompson
Lawrence Dobkin ... Col. Alvin B. Kincaid
Morgan Jones ... Warden
Michael O'Guinne ... Officer Wally
Bill Cross ... Officer Lester
Jim Boeke ... Baker
Lee Duncan ... Clark
Steve Pershing ... O'Brian (as Stephen Pershing)
Talmadge Scott ... Front Jeep Driver (as Talmage Scott)

Greg Finley ... Prison Guard
Kay Worthington ... Woman Driver

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Jack Gill ... Dugan (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Final Verdict

3 December 1982
Cheryl Burns, an old friend of Michaels, has been accused of murder. Michael asks for some time off to search out the only man who can clear Cheryl: accountant Marty King, a 'Woody Allen' type.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow
Ramon Bieri ... Al Farland

Don Gordon ... Police Lt. Dickerson

Rick Fitts ... Brad
Tim Rossovich ... Butch
Marvin Karon ... Accountant Marty King

Penny Peyser ... Cheryl Burns
Bob Schott ... Dink (as Bob $chott)

June Christopher ... Kim, the Bartender
Cynthia Ream ... Tracy

Michael Masters ... Garbage Man

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)
Deborah Ludwig Davis ... Singer (voice) (uncredited)
Harold 'Hal' Frizzell ... Security Guard (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: A Plush Ride

10 December 1982
Devon Miles has organized an anti-terrorism treaty between three rather unstable third world nations. Michael is assigned to find a plant (and possible hit-man) amongst the security team. He joins them during their special training session at Redmond's Victory Academy.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

William Lucking ... Redmond
Wendy Fulton ... Margo Wells

Hector Elias ... Lopez
Michael Carven ... Jacobs

M.C. Gainey ... Jason Keller
Don Mantooth ... Corey

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Forget Me Not

17 December 1982
Michael Knight is staying at a beach house with the daughter of newly elected president of the South American country of San Marada. His assignment is to protect both her and her father. A young woman named Mikki overhears the conspirators' plot to assassinate El Presidente and is thrown off a cliff. Michael manages to rescue Mikki, though she ends up with temporary amnesia.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow
Alejandro Rey ... Rudy del Fuego

Judy Landers ... Micki Bradburn

Maria Conchita Alonso ... Marie Elena Casafranca (as Maria Conchita)
Reid Shelton ... David Burns / The Eagle (as Reid L. Shelton)
Victor Millan ... Eduardo Casafranca
Mike Lane ... Jerry (as Michael Lane)

Fred Lerner ... Ray
David Olivier ... The Frenchman
Katia Christine ... Margo
Michael Horsley ... Valet Attendant
Michael Lamont ... Male Guest
Helen Duffy ... Actress

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)
Deborah Ludwig Davis ... Singer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Hearts of Stone

14 January 1983
Michael infiltrates the 'Corazónes de Piedras' who are dealing in the Nun X-19, a powerful new automatic assault weapon. Unfortunately he 'misplaces' the money he is to use to obtain the X-19.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Mary McCusker ... Angie Martin

Rudy Ramos ... Roberto Laguna
Jeff Cooper ... Ricky
Sam Vlahos ... Father Carlos Laguna

Zitto Kazann ... Emile Pavlon
Arell Blanton ... D.D.
Constance Ball ... Nurse
Connie Downing ... Girl at Party
Lawrence Bame ... Bartender (as Larry Bame)

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Give Me Liberty... or Give Me Death

21 January 1983
Michael and Kitt enter the Alternative 2000, a cross country race for cars that run on alternative fuel. They are there to find a saboteur, not to win, but find themselves having to rescue nosy reporter Liberty Cox in each lap.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Robin Dearden ... Liberty Cox

Brett Halsey ... Clark Sellers

Alan Fudge ... Ed Shaw
Francine Lembi ... Dorothy Ackridge
Kai Wulff ... Helmut Gras

Kenneth Tigar ... Dr. Kempler

Sab Shimono ... Hito Osaka
Richard Young ... Sonny Prince
Adam Ageli ... Hashi Al Qatar
G. Rockett Phillips ... Lester Prince (as Gary Houston Phillips)

Frank Pesce ... Director
Robert Balderson ... P.A. Announcer (voice)

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Topaz Connection

28 January 1983
Michael is investigating the death of glamor magazine "Escape" publisher Phillip Royce who had contacted the Foundation to expose a story he referred to only under the codename 'Topaz'.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Michael Durrell ... Paul DeBrett
Jeanna Michaels ... Lauren Royce

Jack Starrett ... Hagen
Michael Alldredge ... Bob Kroiger
John Ericson ... Phillip Royce

Tina Louise ... Anne Tyler
George Caldwell ... George Olin
Pendleton Brown ... Photographer
Richardson Morse ... Doctor
Joy Hyler ... Girl on Phone
Natalie Carroll ... Model
Charles Walker ... Pilot
Herb Mitchell ... Butler (as Herb L. Mitchell)
Eve McVeagh ... Slot Granny

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: A Nice, Indecent Little Town

18 February 1983
Michael travels to Alpine Crest posing as a skip-tracer in pursuit of a counterfeiter. There he and Kitt find out CIA is keeping an eye on a much bigger operation.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow
Norman Burton ... Barnswell
John Crawford ... Sheriff Moore

Jean Bruce Scott ... Jobina
Eric Server ... Agent Larkin
Amzie Strickland ... Martha Haberstraw

Luke Askew ... Ron Austin
Charles Bartlett ... Deputy Hanks
Stacy MacGregor ... Deputy Cole

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Chariot of Gold

25 February 1983
Bonnie is given the honor of joining the Helios society, who's members all have genius level I.Q.'s. This to Devon's chagrin, who was expecting a nomination himself but has to be content with honorary membership. However, it soon becomes clear that high ranking members of the society are planning to ensure their own survival by committing the perfect crime. For this they need to get their hands on Kitt and to get rid of it's driver, Michael Knight.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Theodore Bikel ... Graham Deauville
George McDaniel ... Peter Stark
Lynne Topping ... Charlene Hanover

Sandy Helberg ... Irving Farber
Garnett Smith ... Dr. Jim Litton
Lorinne Vozoff ... Ellen Sullivan

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)
Mickey Caruso ... Guard (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: White Bird

4 March 1983
When Stephanie Mason, the woman Michael Knight was going to marry when he was still Michael Long is accused of conspiracy, Michael decides to come to her aid without revealing his new identity.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Catherine Hickland ... Stephanie 'Stevie' Mason

Bert Freed ... Anthony Solan
Don Galloway ... Gilbert Cole

Richard Caine ... Carson James

Charlie Picerni ... Donner (as Charles Picerni)
Eddy Donno ... Driver

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)
Harold 'Hal' Frizzell ... Guard (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Knight Moves

11 March 1983
A shipment of highly sensitive Micro-Tech electronic components is stolen near Albuquerque, New Mexico. When Michael goes to investigate, he finds himself attracted to the cause of the Alliance of Indipendent Truckers, who have lost 6 shipments. He is also attracted to AIT spoke-person and lady trucker Terri 'The Tiger' Calley.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Morgan Woodward ... Sheriff Winston
James Whitmore Jr. ... Rick Calley
Guy Stockwell ... Riggins
Lonny Chapman ... Falker
Taylor Lacher ... Trucker Kurt
Burton Gilliam ... Trucker Gene
Yvonne McCord ... Terri Calley
Kathryn Butterfield ... Norma

Michael Potter ... Ozzie

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Nobody Does It Better

29 April 1983
When computer software is being stolen from Deltron Micronics, Michael is convinced it's an inside job. He and Kitt starts tailing the main suspect, Julian Groves, who is also being followed by female detective Flannery Roe on account of adultery.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow
Gail Edwards ... Flannery Roe

Tony Dow ... Julian Groves

Robert Ginty ... Elliott Stevens
Angel Tompkins ... Connie Chasen (as Angel Tomkins)

Marshall R. Teague ... Armand (as Marshall Teague)

Laurie O'Brien ... Linda Groves

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

Jimmy Bridges ... Roller Skater (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: Short Notice

6 May 1983
Michael picks up a hitchhiker who's looking for her daughter. When he defends her from a couple of bikers from the Satan's Stompers motorcycle club, he ends up charged with second degree murder himself.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Robin Curtis ... Nicole Turner

William Smith ... Harold T. Turner
Sandy McPeak ... Arthur Wexley

Dennis Burkley ... Tiny
Jordan Clarke ... Ferris
Britanny Wilson ... Natalie Turner (as Brittany Wilson)

Joe Conley ... Manager #1

David Hess ... Donny

Linda L. Rand ... Manager #2

Gail Fisher ... Thelma

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)
Don Peake ... Dancer in the Bar (uncredited)
Cec Verrell ... Patty Perfect (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Goliath: Part 1

2 October 1983
Wilton Knight's estranged son Garthe has returned from Africa where he had been sentenced to three lifetime imprisonments. Together with his mother Elizabeth (Wilton's fourth wife) he manages to steal the formula to Kitt's Molecular Bonded Shell and applies it to a monster truck he calls Goliath. Garthe then sets out to destroy Michael Knight, the man he feels his father gave everything to that was rightfully his.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight / Garthe Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis

Barbara Rush ... Elizabeth Knight

Zakes Mokae ... Tsombe Kuna
Paul Lambert ... General Maddox

Shawn Southwick ... Rita Wilcox
Pepper Davis ... Gambler
Petrus Antonius ... Hotel Clerk
Ivan Naranjo ... Chief Car Salesman
Murray Westgate ... Technician
Joe Bellomo ... Garthe's Henchman

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Goliath: Part 2

1983
When his car is badly damaged in a collision with Goliath, Michael must repair it before being overcome by the heat of the desert.

Season 2, Episode 3: Brother's Keeper

9 October 1983
Michael Knight helps to break a criminal out of jail against his wishes in order to halt the detonation of a Minotaur bomb. When the escapee refuses to cooperate, Knight and Kitt become fugitives of the law themselves.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis
Gerald Gordon ... Peter McCord

Catherine Mary Stewart ... Lisa Martinson

Michael Fairman ... Eric Fenton

Tim O'Connor ... Phillip Hunt

Fred Lerner ... Sal
Bob Bralver ... Alex (as Robert Bralver)

Fitz Houston ... Parole Board Member (as Fitzhugh G. Houston)
Dean Wein ... Highway Patrolman #1
Marland Proctor ... Prison Guard

Michael Cutt ... Highway Patrolman #2 (as Michael J. Cutt)
Vince McKewin ... Plainclothesman

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)
Harold 'Hal' Frizzell ... Man at Bus Stop (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Merchants of Death

16 October 1983
Amelia Clermont, a former lover of Devon Miles, stumbles upon some stolen Sledgehammer missile that can only be fired from the SX4-11 helicopter and promptly disappears. Her daughter Camela turns the Foundation and Devon, who puts Michael and Kitt on the case.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis

Dana Elcar ... Strock
Joe La Due ... Jack Kragen (as Joe LaDue)
Deborah Allison ... Camela / Amelia Clermont
Linden Chiles ... Congressman Ebersol
Kurt Smildsin ... Sam Richards

John Wesley ... U.S. Marshal

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Stephen Powers ... (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Blind Spot

23 October 1983
The Foundation is tipped to investigate the exploitation of illegal aliens at a scrapyard. When a man suspected to be the informant gets shot, the only witness turns out to be a blind woman called Julie Robinson.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis

Elyssa Davalos ... Julie Robinson
Sam Vlahos ... Alfredo Diaz
John Milford ... Louis R. Gastner
Michael J. London ... Dudley
Arthur Taxier ... Mel
Christopher Coffey ... John
Javier Grajeda ... Ramon
David J. Partington ... Officer Gray

Akosua Busia ... Nurse

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Return to Cadiz

30 October 1983
About to embark on a test to see if Kitt can float on water, Michael finds Bobby Shell, a diver, unconscious on the beach grasping a coin of Aztec gold. He and Bobby's sister Jennifer soon embark on quest to find the rest of the gold before the men who tried to kill Bobby do.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis

Anne Lockhart ... Jennifer Shell
Guy Stockwell ... Zachary Sloate

Nicolas Coster ... Ross Manley

Michael Bowen ... Bobby Shell
Marion Yue ... Tracy
Ken Scott ... Roessler

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Jack Gill ... Jack (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: K.I.T.T. the Cat

6 November 1983
An infamous cat burglar has begun robbing jewelry again. The problem is that the man who was always the main suspect has recently passed on. therefore suspicion soon falls on his daughter, Grace Fallon.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis

Geena Davis ... Grace Fallon
Keene Curtis ... Griffin

Jack Starrett ... Lt. George Barth
Bill Wiley ... Maxwell Elliott

Terry Moore ... Molly Friedrich
Paul Pepper ... Ricky
Kopi Sotiropulos ... Gardener
Wally Taylor ... Security Guard

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Custom K.I.T.T.

13 November 1983
Devon loses Colonel Smythe's Pennington Ascot Regency to highway thieves. Michael's investigation leads him to a custom car show that is in the vicinity whenever there is a custom car theft.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis
Denise Miller ... Carrie Haver
Melinda O. Fee ... Suzanne Weston
Angel Tompkins ... Nora Rayburn

Bernard Fox ... Commander Smythe
Michael Huddleston ... Hector

Albert Salmi ... Buck Rayburn

Brian Cutler ... Dobie

Robert Pastorelli ... Leroy

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Soul Survivor

27 November 1983
A self taught computer whiz kid named Randy manages to cracks and steals K.I.T.T. for his older lover Adrianne. All Michael is left with is K.I.T.T.'s intelligence boxed in a portable TV set.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis

Ann Turkel ... Adrianne Margeaux

Brian Robbins ... Randy Merritt

Jon Cypher ... George Atherton

Janet Carroll ... Denise Merritt
Carl Strano ... Fredericks

Frank Birney ... Assistant Manager

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Jim Nabors ... Passerby / motorist (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Ring of Fire

4 December 1983
When a convicted murderer escapes from prison, his young wife sends a distress call to the Foundation. Michael and Kitt head to the Louisiana bayou where the murderer is being protected by his father, the judge.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis
Leslie Wing ... Layla Charon Callan
Robert Reynolds ... Christopher Callan

George Murdock ... Judge Oliver Callan

Joseph Hindy ... Tom Baylor
Beau Starr ... Jacques Charon
Will MacMillan ... Sheriff Casey
Larry Moss ... Henri Lecroix

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)
Dick Durock ... Brown (uncredited)
Harold 'Hal' Frizzell ... Poacher (uncredited)

Jack Gill ... Paul Lacroix (uncredited)
Larry Turk ... Cajun Man (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Knightmares

11 December 1983
Michael & Kitt are looking for a stolen substance called Alidium. After tracking a suspect to the Bedford dam, Michael is caught in an explosion and loses part of his memory. He wakes up thinking he's still police officer Michael Long.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis
Laura Bruneau ... Cara Caulfield

Mike Genovese ... Frank Poole

Susan Kellermann ... Nurse Langly
J. Jay Saunders ... Officer Bowman
William Boyett ... Desk Sergeant

Marty Schiff ... Taxi Driver

Nick Dimitri ... Duke

Bruce Paul Barbour ... Police Officer

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Silent Knight

18 December 1983
On their way to pick up a tux for the annual Foundation Christmas banquet, Michael and Kitt run into a gypsy kid named Tino who has just stolen a gold watch from a trio of bank robbers. Michael promises Tino's sister Marta to bring the boy to their uncle Stephano, self proclaimed king of the gypsies. But they are unaware the bank robbers, afraid of being identified by the boy, are on their trail.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis

Paul La Greca ... Tino
Janet DeMay ... Marta

Stephen Liska ... Casey
Giorgio Tozzi ... Stephano
Robert Miranda ... Paolo
Lloyd Alan ... Nick

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

David Proval ... Robber with Gold Watch (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: A Knight in Shining Armor

8 January 1984
Renowned adventurer Charlie Granger is murdered within the compounds of the Foundation. Michael and Kitt are send to protect Granger's estranged daughter Katherine who's locket hold the key to finding his hidden treasure.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis

Daphne Ashbrook ... Katherine Granger (as Daphne Lee Ashbrook)
Art Lund ... Charlie Granger
Lance LeGault ... Christopher Stone

David Cowgill ... Scott

Thomas F. Wilson ... Chip
Julie Ronnie ... Stacey

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Diamonds Aren't a Girl's Best Friend

15 January 1984
A model named Rachel is killed. Michael is send to investigate and pretends to be her friend Lauren's boyfriend. He soon uncovers a diamond smuggling ring headed by the model's agent, Bernie Mitchell.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis
Wendy Kilbourne ... Lauren Janes

Jo Ann Pflug ... Nina Jurgenson
Lu Leonard ... Mable

Cameron Mitchell ... Bernie Mitchell
Elizabeth Lindsey ... Rachel Robinson
René Assa ... Miller

Nicholas Guest ... Chris Carlson
Nancy Ellison ... Photographer

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)
Deborah Ludwig Davis ... Singer (voice) (uncredited)
Patricia Ayame Thomson ... Model (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: White-Line Warriors

29 January 1984
Michael investigates a series of robberies in the small town of Vista Beach where an old acquaintance of Devon's runs an Art & Framing shop. The main suspects are a gang of drag racers because the thefts always happen during their weekend escapades.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis

Mary Beth Evans ... Cindy Mattheson
Woody Brown ... Ron Prescott
Hugh Gillin ... Police Chief Rupert Craig

Allyn Ann McLerie ... Marietta Mattheson
Sammy Jackson ... Handsome Anson James

Sal Landi ... Ty
Tim Gallin ... Officer Apted (as Tim Gillin)
Milt Oberman ... Manny Carmichael
Frank Garret ... Mace Beaudry

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Race for Life

5 February 1984
April's adopted niece Becky needs a bone marrow transplant within 72 hours to stay alive. Mike tracks down the only available donor, Julio Rodriguez, a gang-member who is wanted for the murder of a gang leader.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis
Lynne Marta ... Laura Phillips
Scott Getlin ... Ric

James Arone ... Tony
Hank Brandt ... Dr. Carney

Robyn Lively ... Becky Phillips
Mario Marcelino ... Julio Rodriquez
Jesse Aragon ... Santos
Toni Nero ... Terri
Vincent Barbour ... Conqueror
Frank Lugo ... Shopkeeper
William Harlow ... Trooper

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Speed Demons

12 February 1984
Michael is sent to investigate the death of a motorcycle racer in last year's Oakside charity race, which happens to be sponsored by the Foundation.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis
John Macchia ... Kelly Travis

Lydia Cornell ... Sabrina Travis
Bruce Bauer ... Lee Carstairs

Madison Mason ... Roger Floyd

Christine De Lisle ... Darlena Webster (as Christine DeLisle)

Michael Champion ... Wade Fontaine

Ethan Wayne ... Danny Duvall

Kurt Fuller ... Cameraman
Larry Huffman ... Race Announcer

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: Goliath Returns

19 February 1984
Adrienne St. Clair has rebuild Goliath and springs Garthe Knight out of prison. Next they kidnap Devon and April from Foundation HQ in order to lure Michael and Kitt into a trap. Adrienne wants to install Kitt's CPU into Goliath, but Garthe is only interested in getting revenge on Michael.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight / Garthe Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis

Peter Mark Richman ... Dr. Klaus Bergstrom
Suzanne Barnes ... Dr. Christina Bergstrom

Ann Turkel ... Adrianne St. Clair
Cyndi James Gossett ... Kathy Cunningham (as Cyndi James-Reese)
John M. Banach ... Technician #1

Chris Capen ... Technician #2 (as Cris Capen)

Henry G. Sanders ... Hotel Security Guard
Vicki McCarty ... Hotel Clerk

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: A Good Knight's Work

4 March 1984
Cameron Zachary, the man who ordered the death of Michael Long three years earlier, finds out Long is now going by the name of Michael Knight and sets out to destroy him once and for all, as well as get his hands on the Knight Industries Two Thousand. Meanwhile, an unsuspecting Michael is investigating the theft of a talking teddy bear toy design.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis

John Vernon ... Cameron Zachary

Alexa Hamilton ... Gina Adams

Robert O'Reilly ... Jake Simpson
Dana Gladstone ... Dave Collins

Rosalind Allen ... Car Buyer (as Rosalind Ingledew)

Larry Anderson ... Michael Long (archive footage) (uncredited)

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Phyllis Davis ... Tanya Walker (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: Mouth of the Snake: Part 1

8 April 1984
Michael and Kitt join forces with an agile freelance agent called David Dalton to investigate the death of a government agent near the Mexican border. Dalton leads the investigation and stays close to Joanna St. John in order to protect her.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis (credit only)

Joanna Pettet ... Joanna St. John
Charles Taylor ... David Dalton (as L. Charles Taylor)

George Murdock ... Archibald
Robert Colbert ... Elton Mathews

Apollonia Kotero ... Tiara D'Arcy (as Patty Kotero)

Pedro Armendáriz Jr. ... Eduardo O'Brian (as Pedro Armendariz)
Emily Banks ... Priscella Ragsdale
Robert Clarke ... John Ragsdale
Chuck Lindsley ... Steward (as Chuck Lindsly)
Luis Contreras ... Coyote
Arell Blanton ... Frank
Tom Gilleran ... Arthur Abrams
Todd Martin ... Elmo Elliott

Rick Avery ... Commando #4 (uncredited)

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Allan Graf ... Highway Patrolman (uncredited)
Jeff Jensen ... Truck Driver #2 (uncredited)

Joel Kramer ... Commando #1 (uncredited)
Mario Roberts ... Commando #3 (uncredited)

Kerry Rossall ... Van Driver #1 (uncredited)
John Sherrod ... Truck Driver #1 (uncredited)
Spike Silver ... Commando #2 (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: Let It Be Me

13 May 1984
Michael investigates the death of Greg Noble, lead singer of the rock and roll band 'Class Action' only to discover the lead singer is his lost love Stevie March. He takes Noble's place in the band to protect Stevie and find the murderer.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight (also archive footage)

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis

Catherine Hickland ... Stephanie 'Stevie' March (also archive footage)

Michael C. Gwynne ... Paul Brock (as Michael Gwynne)
John Patrick Reger ... Greg Noble
Joseph Burke ... Ivory
Shanna Reed ... Barbara Bellingham
Randy Polk ... Jimmy
Steven Ameche ... Steve (uncredited)

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

Alana Crow ... Concert Woman (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: Big Iron

27 May 1984
Michael and Kitt investigate the theft of tractors and similar 'big iron' construction equipment.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles
Rebecca Holden ... April Curtis (credit only)

Stuart Whitman ... Frank Sanderson

Patch Mackenzie ... Lucy Sanderson
Myron Healey ... Lloyd Newald
Alex Kubik ... Sam

Michael Rider ... Vance Burke
Kaaren Lee ... Mary Beth
Gene LeBell ... Junior

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Knight of the Drones: Part 1

30 September 1984
C.J. Jackson, the man who murdered Michael's predecessor at the Foundation, Ken Franklin breaks out of jail with help from a Self destruct robot disguised as a radio and a drone car. The masterminds behind his escape, David Halston and Margo Sheridan, are gathering a team to stage a break into a San Francisco vault. Michael and Devon ask Bonnie, who is studying at the university there to help them on this case. Her mentor at the university just happens to be David Halston.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Jared Martin ... Dr. David Halston

Jim Brown ... C.J. Jackson
Evan C. Kim ... Peter Wong (as Evan Kim)
Barbara Stock ... Margo Sheridan
David Paul ... Clifton (as The Barbarian Brothers)
Peter Paul ... Turk (as The Barbarian Brothers)

Joseph Ruskin ... Bubba
Arnie Moore ... Carter
Wood Moy ... Fong
Harry D.K. Wong ... Ho Chin
Chuck Dorsett ... Nice Old Man
Grace Bauer ... Nice Old Lady

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

Joan Chen ... Su-Lin (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)
Harold 'Hal' Frizzell ... Cab Driver (uncredited)

Al Leong ... Fong's Bouncer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: The Ice Bandits

7 October 1984
A collection of diamonds is stolen from a Foundation sponsored charity auction. Michael and Kitt follow one of the thieves to the Monestary of the Grape in Napa. Here a plastic surgeon is providing criminals with new faces for a percentage of their takings.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow
Bruce Fairbairn ... Charley Winters
Bruce M. Fischer ... Eric Sanders
Alex Henteloff ... Brother Francis

Paul Koslo ... Lyle Austin
Janet Julian ... Jody Tompkins

Tom Reese ... Brother Carey
Al Checco ... Brother Julianno
Julian Barnes ... Dr. Fellows
Tip Kelley ... Brother Tyrone
Ty Randolph ... Nurse Jones (as Mindi Miller)
John H. Evans ... Winters #2

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Knights of the Fast Lane

14 October 1984
A cheerleader named Stacy Courtney gets severely injured during an illegal drag race called Banzai-running. As she happens to be the daughter of Michael former partner on the L.A. police force, he decides to investigate. It soon leads him and K.I.T.T. to the owner of Michael's favorite football team, the Cougars.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Alan Feinstein ... Mark Taylor
Lory Walsh ... Diane Landra

Cliff Osmond ... Jim Courtney
Allen Williams ... Jack
Tim Rossovich ... Bloodworth
Elaine Welton Hill ... Nikki Ladonna
Dani Douthette ... Stacy
Julie Gray ... Kitten #1

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: Halloween Knight

28 October 1984
Bonnie has just moved into a new apartment. Next door a rowdy party is going on two days before Halloween. She appears to witness a woman being strangled by someone wearing a gorilla costume but passes out. When Bonnie calls in help from the Foundation, at first it all seems to have been a fever induced hallucination on her part. Is it all in her mind or will Bonnie be the next victim come Halloween?

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow
John Calvin ... Simon
Taaffe O'Connell ... Denise Reynolds
Jason Evers ... Edward Grant
Kurt Paul ... Norman Baines
Dallas Cole ... Esmeralda
Linda Alberici ... Linda
Jim Gatherum ... Teenage Boy
Gillian Grant ... Teenage Girl

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)
William Winckler ... Trick-or Treater (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: K.I.T.T. vs. K.A.R.R.

4 November 1984
K.I.T.T.'s bad tempered prototype K.A.R.R. is found buried in the sand by mechanic John Stanton and his girlfriend Mandy. K.A.R.R. convinces Stanton to replace his damaged parts and give him a new look. Then he sets out to take his revenge on K.I.T.T. and Michael Knight. After turbo boosting into the Foundation's semi, John and K.A.R.R. take possession of an improved laser Bonnie was preparing for K.I.T.T. to use against his evil twin.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow
Jeff Osterhage ... John Stanton (as Jeffrey Osterhage)
Jennifer Holmes ... Mandy Moran
Ed Crick ... Eddie
Georgia Schmidt ... Little Old Lady
Vincent Howard ... C H P Officer
Laura Kamins ... Female Rollerskater

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)
Paul Frees ... K.A.R.R. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: The Rotten Apples

11 November 1984
Michael and K.I.T.T. help defend a psychologist who is housing a bunch of unruly New York kids on her ranch from local cattle thieves.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow
Terri Treas ... Dr. Rebecca Hammond
Denny Miller ... Big Ed Barton
Robert Symonds ... Cat Holliday

Richard Lineback ... Sheriff Lance Barton
Russ McCubbin ... Alfred Barton

Lana Clarkson ... Marilyn
Toby Norton ... Blue (as Tobie Norton)

Reginald T. Dorsey ... Magic Fingers
Amelia Kinkade ... Star (as Mimi Kinkade)

James Le Gros ... Trasher (as James LeGros)
Michelle Newkirk ... Joanna

Richard Coca ... Diablo

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Knight in Disgrace

18 November 1984
Michael is suspended from FLAG after a bag of heroine is found in his pocket. He contacts the main suspect he was after, LaSalle, in an attempt to clear his name. However, LaSalle orders Knight to steal K.I.T.T. from the Foundation and use him to steal a dangerous nerve-gas.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

John Considine ... Boyd LaSalle
Katherine Moffat ... Linda (as Kitty Moffat)

Ken Foree ... Danton
Lee Ryan ... Charles 'Chuck' Wallyburton

Casey Sander ... Sergeant
Ken Scott ... Gino
Jean Lubin ... Carmen
Elizabeth Lyn Fraser ... Mary Beth
Richard G. Camphuis ... Mansion Guard (as Richard Camphuis)
Michael Horsley ... Guard

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Dead of Knight

2 December 1984
While Michael Knight and K.I.T.T. are on a case to stop the sale of deadly chemicals, a young dancer is inadvertently killed by toxic gas. Michael becomes determined to capture the criminals behind this new poison, but they are equally adamant to get rid of Knight by feeding him their deadly concoction.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow
Tony Young ... Paul Renard

Karen Kopins ... Cindy Morgan
Aarika Wells ... Eva

Stanley Kamel ... Sonny Martin
Victor Campos ... Col. Faisur
Jean Hasselhoff ... Rosemary
Bob Larkin ... Jennings
Dick Peabody ... Security Guard (as Richard Peabody)
Guylaine Moquin-Sanford ... Michele (as Guylaine Sandford)
Joan Douglas ... Lori Meadows (as Joanie Allen)
Richard Brose ... Arnold
Ed McCready ... Tourista
Clay Lacy ... Pilot
Steven Ameche ... Musician (uncredited)

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: Lost Knight

9 December 1984
K.I.T.T. gets electrocuted during a chase and loses his memory. After he and Michael get separated, K.I.T.T. befriends a young boy named Doug Wainwright. Unfortunately, the two crooks Michael and K.I.T.T. were chasing think Doug can identify them and decide to go after the boy.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Jason Bateman ... Doug Wainwright
Lenore Kasdorf ... Lori Wainwright
Anthony James ... Bobby Pell
Karl Johnson ... Julius Korso
Duncan Gamble ... Jim Turner
Bill Cross ... Conrad Morris
Anne Wyndham ... Ms. Jordan
Pamela Bowman ... Angel
Alice Nunn ... Nurse

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Knight of the Chameleon

30 December 1984
A criminal known as 'The Chameleon' uses his gift as a master of disguise to escape on the way to a court hearing. He contacts Armand Pressler for one last job and plans to take his revenge on the man who put him in jail two years earlier, Michael Knight. So, in order to catch the Chameleon red handed, Michael takes on a guise as well, that of soldier of fortune 'Jack Smith'.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Richard Gautier ... J. Gordon Baxter, aka 'The Chameleon' (as Dick Gautier)
Kimberly Foster ... Tonie Baxter
Byron Webster ... Armand Pressler
Nicholas Worth ... Ryles

Donald Gibb ... Gibbs (as Don Gibb)

Shari Shattuck ... Ingrid

Dominick Brascia ... Harry
Alice Backes ... Judge
Alan Jordan ... Major Anderson
Raymond Lynch ... Bryson
James Williams ... Maxwell
Gustaf Unger ... Gustaf
Bertil Unger ... Bertil

Eric Lawrence ... M.P. Guard

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Custom Made Killer

6 January 1985
Michael Knight and K.I.T.T. come to the aid of some fashion designers after two of their ilk are murdered by a custom car. When Knight gets hurt by the car in question, he starts to take the case personal.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow
James Luisi ... D.G. Grebs
Elaine Giftos ... Debra Sands

Alan Oppenheimer ... Joe Lewis
Kai Wulff ... Vlud
Viveca Parker ... Joan Keahey
Phil Rubenstein ... Joe
Michael Fox ... Phil

Guerin Barry ... Photographer
Jimmy Murphy ... O'Malley
Maria Lauren ... Model
Ron Lunceford ... Attendant

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Knight by a Nose

13 January 1985
An acquaintance from a previous case, Maxine Flemming, loses her race horse King Jack after an accident. However, Michael soon surmises that the horse hasn't been shot as Maxine was led to believe, but being put is up for sale by her partner Tommy Lee to pay of his gambling debts.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Patrick St. Esprit ... Tommy-Lee Burgess

Toni Hudson ... Maxine Fleming

F. William Parker ... Dr. Harley Thorpe

Don Gordon ... Randy Cavanaugh
René Assa ... Rashid

John Allen ... Gino
Floyd Levine ... Oscar

Leigh Lombardi ... Croupier

Roger Rose ... Valet

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)
David S. Cass Sr. ... Louis (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: Junk Yard Dog

3 February 1985
While on the trail of toxic polluter "Acid" John Birock, K.I.T.T. ends up in a pit filled with acid and is all but destroyed. The car has to be rebuild from scratch by the original design team consisting of Dr. Von Voorman, Dr Breland and Dr. Numata. But once reassembled, the world's most sophisticated car seems to have lost it's nerves.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow
Ramon Bieri ... 'Acid' John Byrock
Heather McNair ... Fran
Curt Lowens ... Dr. Von Vorman
Alex Kubik ... Mike Zoormagian
Jim Raymond ... Stiles (as Jim B. Raymond)
Kathy Shower ... Tori
Louie Elias ... Chuck (as Louis Elias)

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: Buy Out

10 February 1985
Michael investigates the death of a driver who was testing a new armored limousine and together with K.I.T.T. takes the man's place on the testing ground.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Clu Gulager ... Eugene Hanson

Jesse Vint ... Hank Kagan

Susanne Reed ... Lilah Graham
John Van Dreelen ... Hunt (as John van Dreelen)

Robin Dearden ... Mel
Than Wyenn ... Corelli

Bernard White ... Deskey (as Bernie White)

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Jack Gill ... Limo Driver (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: Knightlines

3 March 1985
Michael investigates the death of a construction worker, only to discover the construction site is filled with experimental new explosives developed by an internationally wanted crook.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow
Taylor Miller ... Janet Morgan
Joe La Due ... Hannigan (as Joe LaDue)
Hank Garrett ... Steven Barnes
Frank Annese ... Soltis

Andre Gower ... Billy (as André Gower)
Bob Delegall ... Lt. Rayford

Sally Hampton ... Seline
Roy David ... Uniformed Cop

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: The Nineteenth Hole

10 March 1985
Michael and K.I.T.T. come to the aid of the granddaughter of a friend of Devon's, Jamie Downs, who is organizing a charity race in the small town of Marberry.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Wendy Schaal ... Jamie Downs
Michael McManus ... Danny 'Rooster' Roskovich
Cliff Carnell ... Joey Rome
Albert Paulsen ... Mr. C
Brendon Boone ... Motel Clerk
Rebecca Perle ... Daisy
John LaMotta ... Bomper (as John La Motta)
Borah Silver ... Nick
William Harlow ... Man (as Bill Harlow)

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: Knight & Knerd

17 March 1985
While investigating the theft of a black crystal that can be harnessed to power a super laser, Michael is teamed up with a new addition to the Foundation, Elliott Sykes.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Arye Gross ... Elliott Sykes
Steve Sandor ... Mac Gifford

Tawny Moyer ... Allie Raymond
Victoria Bass ... Dr. Vanessa Sutton
Lou Felder ... Thomas Raymond
Cheryl M. Lynn ... Jeannie

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: Ten Wheel Trouble

24 March 1985
Michael joins a small trucking company family business after 15 year old computer whiz Sally Flynn breaks into the FLAG computer to ask for help.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Robert Hogan ... Shatner

Renee Props ... Sally Flynn (as Babette Props)

James Cromwell ... Curtis (as Jamie Cromwell)
Ji-Tu Cumbuka ... Trucker

Christopher McDonald ... Joe Flynn
Cliff Emmich ... Linden
Diane McBain ... Mama Flynn

Darwin Joston ... Burgers
Bruce Neckels ... Janetti

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: Knight in Retreat

29 March 1985
Bonnie asks Michael to look into the apparent suicide of her idol, Harley Freeman. Michael disguises himself as computer scientist Dr. Knightwood and parachutes into 'the Retreat', a private rest and relaxation compound filled with beautiful women. K.I.T.T. has to stay out of sight and finds himself coping with Sheeba, the lion cub the women's keep as a pet.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Ann Turkel ... Bianca Morgan
Don Galloway ... Harley Freeman
Randi Brooks ... Tanya
Sandy Kronemeyer ... Monica (as Sandra Kronemeyer)
Dani Minnick ... Veronica

David Hedison ... Theodore Cooper

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: Knight Strike

5 April 1985
A truckload of confiscated weapons including 2 laser rifles are stolen from a police warehouse. Michael finds a female hitchhiker selling part of the shipment at a Survivalist convention held at a hotel.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Judy Landers ... Sheila

Jack O'Halloran ... Rawleigh
Logan Ramsey ... Edgar

Kathrine Baumann ... Tyler Jastrow (as Katherine Baumann)

Richard Herd ... Lyle Jastrow
Paul Tuerpe ... Fletcher

Biff Yeager ... Capt. Tom O'Mally
Mark Giardino ... Sergeant Gottlieb
Wendy Oates ... Clerk

Michael Masters ... Tuxedo
Virginia Peters ... Martha

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: Circus Knights

2 May 1985
Michael joins Circus Major as Turbo Man after one of its stars meets with foul play on the trapeze. K.I.T.T. helps him perform death defying stunts as Turbo Man's 'talking flying carpet'.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Michelle Nicastro ... Terri Major (as Michelle NiCastro)

James T. Callahan ... Jeff Barnes (as James Callahan)

Chuck McCann ... Bombo The Clown
Sharon Hughes ... Tiger

Tom Williams ... Ringmaster

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Knight of the Juggernaut: Part 1

20 September 1985
The Foundation has accidentally developed a powerful new isotope, Cernium 116. Jennifer Knight, Wilton's daughter takes this opportunity to cut down on FLAG expenses. Rebuild terrorist Phillip Nordstrom kidnaps Devon and replaces him with a duplicate in order to extract the secret of K.I.T.T.'s Molecular Bonded Shell. Having found a way to neutralize it, Nordstrom unleashes his own super vehicle, the Juggernaut on an unsuspecting K.I.T.T. Without any resources to fall back on, Bonnie enlists the help from Chicaco crime fighter the Street Avenger (aka RC3) to help rebuild K.I.T.T. and give him a few new extras.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles / Fake Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III

John Considine ... Phillip Nordstrom
Mary Kate McGeehan ... Jennifer Knight
Nicholas Worth ... Hower

Mary Woronov ... Dr. Von Furst
Laurence Haddon ... Lloyd

Pamela Susan Shoop ... Marta Simmons

Richard Fullerton ... Frank

Blair Underwood ... Potts
Joe Shea ... Cabbie
Michael Dickson ... Ardell
Robert Kim ... Technician

Tom Noga ... Messenger
Sandy Maschmeyer ... Receptionist
Chandler Garrison ... Head Butler (as R. Chandler Garrison)
Luis Contreras ... Voice #2 (voice)
RCB ... Voice #1 (voice)

Vincent Craig Dupree ... Gang Member #1 (as V.C. Dupree)
Wren T. Brown ... Gang Member #2 (as Wren Brown)
Marco Hernandez ... Gang Member #3

Rick Plastina ... Guard

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)
Angelo De Meo ... Thug (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: KITTnap

27 September 1985
Jeff Cavanaugh, another crook arrested by Michael in a previous but unseen adventure, escapes from jail with help Julian Martin. Fearing FLAG is on his tail, Julian decides to kidnap Mike's latest flame Karen and also gets his hands on K.I.T.T.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III

Daniel Faraldo ... Julian Martin

Janine Turner ... Karen Forester

Robert O'Reilly ... Snyder

Denise Galik ... Jodie Hopkins

Robert F. Lyons ... Jeff Cavanaugh
Nick Angotti ... Councilman
Nick Savage ... Lukas Hall
Jim Bullock ... Dog Catcher

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Sky Knight

18 October 1985
On her way to her sister's wedding in Boston, Bonnie's plane is highjacked by the New Dawn Movement. Its leader, Charles Zurich, plans to trade his hostages for 197 prison inmates and forces the plane to land at a military base housing a project known as Deep Sleep.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III

Ron O'Neal ... Charles Zurich

Macon McCalman ... Calvin Holmes

Dennis A. Pratt ... Steven (as Dennis Pratt)

Robbie Rist ... Nick

Jack Starrett ... Sheriff
Barbara Townsend ... Mrs. Swanson

Jeffrey Alan Chandler ... Lloyd
Susan Blu ... Stewardess Mary
Will Gill Jr. ... Security Officer

Brian Thompson ... Kurt
Bob Coker ... Ticket Agent
Pope Freeman ... Captain Bill Rogers

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: Burial Ground

25 October 1985
An archaeologist being sponsored by FLAG is kidnapped after finding proof positive that a piece of land belongs to a tribe of Indians. Not surprisingly, a business man who wants to drill oil in the same area is the culprit.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III

Robert Pine ... Cyrus Oakes

Gina Gallego ... Susan Christopher
Ron Soble ... Dr. Thorne
George Petrie ... Dr. Quentin Tanner (as George O. Petrie)

Michael Horse ... Jonathan Eagle
Ivan Naranjo ... Simpson
Ronald G. Joseph ... Thomas (as Ron Joseph)

Greg Finley ... Chauffeur / Henchman
Signy Coleman ... Barbara Ralston
Joshua Gallegos ... Lucas
Frank Roach ... Jim
Jerado Decordovier ... Blue Feather
Lesa Weis ... Lisa

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Conrad Hurtt ... Ambulance Attendant (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: The Wrong Crowd

1 November 1985
A gang of bikers with a knack for high-jacking semi's gets hold of the FLAG mobile headquarters by accident. With the help of a young computer whiz they use the Foundation equipment to rob a bank, then set their sights on an experimental new vehicle called the Ferret.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III

Mark Schneider ... Scott Holliman

Gary Hershberger ... Nicholas Arkett

Scott Valentine ... Colton

Charles Fleischer ... Hitchhiker
Julie Ronnie ... Erika
William Joyce ... Glen Arkett

Suzanne Rogers ... Lydia Arkett
Kandace Kuehl ... Ann Galloway
Ted Petersen ... Pop Galloway
Nancy Omi ... Technician

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: Knight Sting

8 November 1985
The entire roster of FLAG personnel goes undercover to stop an American diplomat from selling a biological weapon to 'The Hammer of the Desert'. K.I.T.T. is disguised as a '55 Lynx Imperial racing car they plan to offer for sale. RC3 poses as the middle man, Bonnie as the seller, 'Alicia Craven-Hall'. Michael pretends to be hired killer Johnny Hajeck and even Devon joins in, playing the part of a newsreader.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III

Walter Gotell ... Simon Carascas

Kabir Bedi ... Vascone

Pepe Serna ... Lupo
Beth Miller ... Gaye Hollenbeck

Larry Storch ... Pascal
Tom Rosqui ... August Hollenbeck

Marcelo Tubert ... Antoun (as Marc Tubert)
Anthony Peck ... Jorge

Frank Ronzio ... Franco
James Ingersoll ... Dr. Gottlieb

Richard Epcar ... Guard

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Branscombe Richmond ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Many Happy Returns

15 November 1985
Michael is celebrating his fourth 'birthday' as a new man when Devon recruits him for a mission to find a stolen experimental hovercraft with great destructive power.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III
D.D. Howard ... Amy Lowell

Nicholas Pryor ... Vince
Arthur Batanides ... Henry Quincy

Paul Brinegar ... Chuck

Peter Mark Richman ... Kleist

David Wells ... Miller

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: Knight Racer

29 November 1985
Although Devon would rather have Michael on a Rembrandt forgery case in Philadelphia, he allows him to help a mechanic friend of Bonnie's, Elena Thomas, who's facing sabotage on the racetrack. Since Elena's top driver has been killed in an accident apparently caused by her faultiness, Michael volunteers to take the man's place.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III

William Windom ... Wayne Altfield
John Crawford ... Mac Thomas

Jourdan Fremin ... Elena Thomas

Grainger Hines ... Steve Cochran

Norbert Weisser ... Fredo Lureni

Tom Williams ... Lon
Cliff Carnell ... Tunkel

John Mahon ... Alfie Girdler

Pamela Bach-Hasselhoff ... Betty (as Pamela Bach)

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)
Kim Wilde ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 10: Knight Behind Bars

6 December 1985
FLAG architect Matt Erickson is the victim of a pickpocket at his own party that Bonnie & Michael are attending. The thieves turn out to be two female prisoners let out by their scheming warden to test their abilities for a big heist. After Michael and K.I.T.T. track down both suspects to their solitary cells at the prison, Bonnie goes undercover as an inmate at the penitentiary in question.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III
Julianne McNamara ... Julie Rogers

Peter Brown ... Jason Nelson
Victoria Bass ... Christine Brooks

Stephen Meadows ... Matt Erickson

Rosalind Allen ... Samantha Lawton (as Rosalind Ingledew)
Bobb Hopkins ... Roark
Gloria Hayes ... Dina Sheldon

Bonnie Hellman ... Woman Jogger

Dominick Brascia ... Young Man
Stephen Anthony Henry ... Guard
Elven Havard ... Gate Guard
Faith Minton ... Darleen
Douglas Lawrence ... Walsh

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 11: Knight Song

13 December 1985
Michael, RC and even Bonnie use K.I.T.T. as an alibi to visit Chicago instead of doing a mission in Detroit. RC wants to catch blind singer Charley Conner's performance at his old friend Josh Bevin's bar. But Bevins' is on the receiving end of a beating by some thugs hired by construction overseer E.G. Sanford. To complicate matters, RC refuses to believe that his childhood friend and hero Keith is leading the enforcers. Meanwhile K.I.T.T. hooks up with a bunch of kids who show considerable music talent and decides to coach them, despite the fact that the car is quite tone-deaf.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III
Mark Venturini ... Keith Lawson

Shelley Berman ... Josh Bevin

Paul Carafotes ... Velez
Sharon Acker ... A.G. Sanford
Ricky Bell ... The Kids (as The New Edition)

Bobby Brown ... The Kids (as The New Edition)
Ronnie DeVoe ... The Kids (as The New Edition)
Michael Lamone Bivins ... The Kids (as The New Edition)
Tom Sullivan ... Charley Connors
Hank Rolike ... Bartender

Michael Masters ... Cabby
Huck Liggett ... Traffic Cop

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Ralph E. Tresvant ... (unconfirmed) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: The Scent of Roses

3 January 1986
Michael Knight decides to leave the Foundation after being shot on a case at the Government Data Center. Accepting the young loners resignation, Devon Miles tracks down the one person who can make a difference in Michael's life: his one true love, Stevie Mason and gets the two of them together again.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III

Aharon Ipalé ... Durant / Kurt Rolands (as Aharon Ipale)
Reid Smith ... Stocker

Catherine Hickland ... Stevie Mason

Robert Feero ... Martoni

Richard Partlow ... Klus

Roy Jenson ... Purdue
Michael John Meyer ... Medic Driver
Craig Schaefer ... Medic
Phyllis Applegate ... Nurse Miller
William Knight ... Head Surgeon
Tom McDonald ... Guard
Henry Cutrona ... Minister
Ellen Clark ... Mildred

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: Killer K.I.T.T.

10 January 1986
Marco Berio, a former employee of F.L.A.G, uses his knowledge of K.I.T.T. to override the Trans Am's CPU and turn him against his owner, Michael Knight.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III
Harvey Jason ... Marco Berio
Andrea Howard ... Bronwyn Appleby

Anne Ramsey ... Crossing Guard
Andy Epper ... Gordon
Tony Epper ... Nicholas Farrell

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Conrad Hurtt ... Ambulance attendant (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 14: Out of the Woods

17 January 1986
A small time owner of a lumber company takes on a big rival named Dutton, who happens to be a sponsor of the Foundation. As Michael and K.I.T.T. investigate the case, they realize Dutton is practically forcing the little guys out of business.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III (credit only)

Nancy Everhard ... Samantha Dutton

J. Eddie Peck ... Erik Whitby

P.J. Soles ... Ellen Whitby

M.C. Gainey ... Jerry Nash
Peter MacLean ... Jonathan Dutton (as Peter Mac Lean)

Curtis Taylor ... Dave Nash
Marty Arkelian ... Log Grappler
Michael S. Grayson ... Party guest (as Michael Grayson)

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 15: Deadly Knightshade

24 January 1986
The four members of the Curtis trustees are being murdered one at a time. Now only Devon Miles and Dr. Ian Browning are left. Michael suspects that magician Austin Templeton could be the assassin, using his magic act as an alibi in each case. Bonnie disagrees, for she has fallen for the self proclaimed sorcerer's charms.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III
Lance Burton ... Austin Templeton
Hurd Hatfield ... Ariel Marsden

Mary Beth Evans ... Nancy Marsden
William Jordan ... Dr. Ian Browning
Sally Julian ... The Blond
William Utay ... Harry
Mark Harris ... Henderson
Roberta Haynes ... Maid

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 16: Redemption of a Champion

31 January 1986
Michael investigates the murder of a deaf sportswriter who wanted to stop an ex boxing champ from coming out of retirement.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III

Terry Kiser ... Royal Davis
Kat Sawyer-Young ... Jean Tremont
Tracy Reed ... Ruth Keeler

John Snyder ... Benson
Norman Burton ... Damon Leland

Ken Foree ... Spider-Man

Ken Norton ... Bo Keeler (as Kenneth H. Norton)

Don King ... Don King
Jerry Quarry ... Jerry Quarry
Danny Lopez ... Danny Lopez
Carlos Palomino ... Carlos Palomino
Donald Craig ... Dr. Jack Simmons
Ron Pinkard ... Reporter #1

Peter Youngblood ... Reporter #2 (as Pete Youngblood)

John Garwood ... Guard
Monte Masters ... Grant
Ben Jurand ... Blue Lightning (as Benjamin Jurand)

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 17: Knight of a Thousand Devils

7 February 1986
Michael's CIA pal Lew Jonas gets killed during a raid on crime boss Ronald Becker. Becker plans to get out of the country using the illegal Baja race to Mexico as a cover. Michael vows to catch Becker if it's the last thing he does.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III

Jonathan Goldsmith ... Ronald Becker
Kathy Shower ... Claudia Torrell
Ada Maris ... Anna-Lucia Cortez

Henry Darrow ... Roderigo DeLorca
Bruce Neckels ... Federal Agent
Gary McMillan ... Driver
Dona Speir ... Bambi
Marlene Janssen ... Playmate #2 (as Marlene Slieter)
Venice Kong ... Candi

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)
Alan Gibbs ... Hood #1 (uncredited)
Ted Grossman ... Marcus (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 18: Hills of Fire

14 February 1986
While on ranger duty, Michael and K.I.T.T. rescue a young kid named Darryl from a forest fire. When Darryl subsequently gets framed for arson, Michael sets out to prove the boy's innocence.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III
Zohra Lampert ... Tess Hubbard

David Raynr ... Darryl

Nana Visitor ... Sandra Rusk

Vernon Wells ... Wilson
Tom Simcox ... Deputy Clark

Daniel Zacapa ... Manuel Gomez (as Garret Pearson)
Jock Gaynor ... Paxton
Jim Lefebvre ... Bum
Tim Wise ... Ted Flanders

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 19: Knight Flight to Freedom

21 February 1986
Michael and RC arrive in San Duarte just in time to see Mount Duarte erupt for the first time since 1874. With the lava flow blocking the way in and out of the country, Colonel Perata stages a coup and holds American advisor Harrison and his wife hostage. Michael joins local news reporter and guerrilla leader Lisa Corrales in her fight to reinstate democratic President Sosa.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III
Lina Raymond ... Lisa Corrales
Miguel Fernandes ... Colonel Perata
Kip Niven ... Harrington

Eloy Casados ... Raoul
William Marquez ... President Sosa
Santos Morales ... Martinez

Phil Morris ... Perata's Lieutenant (as Philip Morris)
Dino Rivera ... Soldier
Corey Rand ... Guard (as Cory Rand)
Charron McBride ... Laurette Harrington

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

Branscombe Richmond ... (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 20: Fright Knight

7 March 1986
The 'Phantom of Stage 28' appears to be haunting the set of modern day Western 'Raging Sky', so Michael takes on the part of a stunt double while doing some investigating.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III

Michael Callan ... Victor Gavin
Antony Ponzini ... Mel Tobey
Lenore Kasdorf ... Karen Bennett

Robert Englund ... Edward Kent

Leann Hunley ... Liz Preston
Richard X. Slattery ... Sam Clifford

Pat Buttram ... Buck

Hank Worden ... Slim
Jerri Parros ... Girl

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)
Harold 'Hal' Frizzell ... Studio Guard (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 21: Knight of the Rising Sun

14 March 1986
Michael and RC are meeting with Nick O'Brien, an old friend of Devon's with whom he served in Korea. The end up protecting Nick's adoptive son Coy from Ninja leader Taneka, who is convinced the boy is the rightful heir to his clan.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III

Ken Swofford ... Nick O'Brien
George Cheung ... Suki Taneka (as George Kee Cheung)
Rummel Mor ... Coy O'Brien
Bill Saito ... Gobi
Michael Chong ... Kumita
Seth Mitchell ... Guard
Paul Tuerpe ... Foreman

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

William Christopher Ford ... Ninja (uncredited)
Tadashi Yamashita ... Ninja Asassin (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 22: Voo Doo Knight

4 April 1986
Michael walks in on a robbery at Towers Gemstones Inc to find three men seemingly under the influence of a voodoo princess. While investigating incidents involving wealthy art collectors, Michael meets Elizabeth Wesley who explains that the object every one is after is the fabled crown of Tequatl.

David Hasselhoff ... Michael Knight

Edward Mulhare ... Devon Miles

Patricia McPherson ... Bonnie Barstow (credit only)

Peter Parros ... 'RC3' Reginald Cornelius III

Henry Gibson ... Donald Crane
Rosalind Cash ... Harana
Christie Houser ... Elizabeth Wesley (as Christie Hauser)

John Vernon ... Claude Watkins
Chuck Lindsley ... Guard (as Chuck Lindsly)
Dick Durock ... Max

Allan Graf ... Jarrett
Charles Davis ... Jeremy Towers

Richard Basehart ... Narrator - Opening Titles (voice) (uncredited)

William Daniels ... K.I.T.T. (voice) (uncredited)

David Schroeder ... (uncredited)

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