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Season: 1 | 2 | 3
Year: 1984 | 1985 | 1986


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Shadow of the Hawke

22 January 1984
While demonstrating the capabilities of the new prototype supercopter codenamed 'Airwolf', Dr. Charles Moffet goes rogue, steals the chopper and kills almost all of the observers. At least one man -- Michael Coldsmith Briggs III survives. Briggs, codenamed 'Archangel' is the head of a covert organization called 'The Firm' and Archangel calls upon the one man in the world he knows that can retrieve the copter. The problem is Stringfellow Hawke is not only a loner, but a recluse as well. The amount of money the Firm is willing to pay for Airwolf's recovery is irrelevant. Hawke wants just one thing - the safe return of his brother, Saint John, who was captured during the Vietnam war and is evidently a POW.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Archangel

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic

Belinda Bauer ... Gabrielle Ademaur

Eugene Roche ... Senator William Dietz
John Calvin ... Blaze
W.K. Stratton ... Chuck Sinclair - Engineer

Tina Chen ... Faye

Deborah Pratt ... Marella
Frank Annese ... Major Mufta Ben-Kamal

Herbert Jefferson Jr. ... Carrier Commander

David Hemmings ... Dr. Charles Henry Moffet
Philip Bruns ... Mitch - Director

Dee Dee Rescher ... Mona Kahn - Reporter
Dean Wein ... Mark Gordon - Co-Pilot

Nick Faltas ... Libyan Officer #1
Steve Greenstein ... Libyan Controller (as Steven Greenstein)
Gary Epper ... Controller - Red Star
Dan Woren ... Army Lieutenant - Red Star
Toby Norton ... Radar Operator - USS Enterprise

Paul La Greca ... Arab Boy (as Paul LaGreca)
Helene Phillips ... Angela
Michael Santiago ... Pilot's Voice (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Daddy's Gone a Hunt'n

28 January 1984
Hawke and Dom must stop a suspected traitor from turning an advanced military fighter over to the Russians in exchange for his son who was born in Vietnam. Things get complicated, though, when Hawke realizes that he was also involved with the boy's mother during roughly the same era as the child's birth.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Archangel

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic
James Whitmore Jr. ... Maj. Sam Roper

Deborah Pratt ... Marella
Charles Robinson ... Carl Zimmer (as Charles Knox Robinson)
Irene Yah-Ling Sun ... Nhi Houng

Aki Aleong ... Colonel Quoc

John Sanderford ... Lt. John Winner
Paul Tuerpe ... Lt. Simms

Chad Allen ... Ho Minh Truong

Stan Roth ... M.P.
Larry Margo ... Radar Station Lieutenant
Duncan Wilmore ... Radar Station Controller
Radu Gavor ... Russian Officer
Gene Bicknell ... Jeep Driver
Jeff Cadiente ... Chinese Thug in Alley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Bite of the Jackal

4 February 1984
An ambitious executive at the Firm makes a subversive play for Archangel's job. A bomb is planted aboard a vintage helicopter owned by Dominic Santini and he's forced to crash land. When Hawke and Archangel go hunting for Dom, Airwolf is ambushed and shot down. The two must convince a group of locals to help them repair their damaged tail rotor. Complicating matters on Dom's end, he must contend with a stowaway aboard his chopper -- a young girl searching for her dad.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Archangel

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini

Scott Hylands ... Mitchell Bruck

Shannen Doherty ... Phoebe Danner

Susanne Reed ... Laura
Rafael Campos ... Joachim Santos
Julio Medina ... Col. Arias
Ruth Britt ... Miriam Santos

Herb Armstrong ... Soldier Callan
Ron Stein ... Betz

Season 1, Episode 4: Proof Through the Night

11 February 1984
A Russian mole discovers that scientists in the U.S.S.R. have developed a lethal serum that instantly kills anyone exposed to it. He steals a vial of the serum and contacts his friend Archangel for help in escaping the country with his family. Archangel dispatches Hawke and Santini for the rescue effort, but Airwolf can't handle that much passenger weight -- unless all her armaments are stripped leaving the supercopter defenseless.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Archangel

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini

Rick Lenz ... Vladimir 'Moses' Rostoff
Linda Grovenor ... Tanya Rostoff

Deborah Pratt ... Marella
Radu Gavor ... Ivan Turgyev
Maria Korda ... Natalya Rostoff

Chris Capen ... Tanker Plane Pilot (as Cris Capen)
Greg Winfield ... Tanker Plane Co-Pilot
Rick Garcia ... Sgt. Tembrusco (as Rick Garia)
Sam Kwasman ... Cpl. Munga

Scott Turchin ... 1st Russian Soldier
Eric Goldner ... Technician

Season 1, Episode 5: One Way Express

18 February 1984
A movie producer hires Santini Air for a dangerous stunt involving the landing of a helicopter onto the roof of a moving semi. Dom and String nearly come to blows, however, when String tries to convince Dom that his reaction time might not be up to snuff for this particular action sequence. Things get even more dicey when it appears that the production might just be an elaborate cover for a high-stakes gold heist.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Archangel

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic

Henry Darrow ... Philip Maurice

Paul Carr ... Simon Sayes
Phil Rubenstein ... Edward Stoner

Leann Hunley ... Meryl

Deborah Pratt ... Marella
David Cadiente ... Vinnie
Gary McLarty ... Truck Driver
Lance LeGault ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Echoes from the Past

3 March 1984
Hawke meets a mercenary who claims to have information regarding his missing brother. When they part company, Hawke loses consciousness in his helicopter and crashes. When he comes to, he finds himself in a hospital. The medical staff inform him that he has been in a coma for the better part of a year. His friends, Archangel and Dom, were killed on a POW camp raid, but in the process, their heroism helped rescue Hawke's brother Saint John. Believing that his "mission" is over, Hawke reveals the location of Airwolf to his captors, then discovers that it has all been an elaborate ruse and he has inadvertantly turned over the super copter to a group of foreign conspirators.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Archangel

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic
Zohra Lampert ... Dr. Lisa Holgate

Robert Hogan ... Morton Abrams

Deborah Pratt ... Marella
Michael Halsey ... Peter MacGregor Moore
Barbara Cason ... Nurse Simmons
Milt Kogan ... Dr. Rothschild

Michelle Nicastro ... Nurse Susan
Christopher Connelly ... Saint John Hawke / Dapper Man

Sally Hampton ... Charlene
Fred Holliday ... Anchor Man
Rebecca Clemons ... Anchor Woman
Bobbie Bates ... Female in White Coat
Jerome Blackwell ... Man in White Coat (as Jerome Anson Blackwell)
Lance LeGault ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Fight Like a Dove

10 March 1984
An Israeli war crimes hunter is killed by a suspected Nazi named Hans Daubert in France. His daughter vows revenge and seeks the help of String and Dom, along with Airwolf, to bring him to justice. Complicating matters is Archangel's involvement with Daubert who is a known arms dealer selling to the powers that he chooses to in order to influence political outcomes in the world -- and Archangel is his supplier!

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Archangel

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic

Tovah Feldshuh ... Sarah Lebow

Deborah Pratt ... Marella

Walter Gotell ... Oberst Helmut Krüger / Hans Daubert

Elias Zarou ... Arab Buyer

Terry Burns ... Minter
Peter Mamakos ... Harry 'Dove' Lebow
Lance LeGault ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Mad Over Miami

24 March 1984
Santini makes an unauthorized flight to Cuba in order to rescue two political prisoners who are being ransomed for $2 million. However, while there, the exchange site is attacked and the ransom money is stolen. While flying back to the mainland, Santini is forced to crash land back on Cuba and Hawke must brave a hurricane in Airwolf to rescue his friend. When String and Dom are reunited, the pair must negotiate with a band of freedom fighters who raised the capital to ransom their compadres and are not convinced of Santini's innocence in the theft of the funds. To make matters more interesting, Archangel is supplying weapons to a paramilitary band that just may have had a hand in stealing the ransom money.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Archangel

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic

Gina Gallego ... Stella Rivera
Titos Vandis ... Ivan Rivera (as Tito Vandis)

Deborah Pratt ... Marella
William Marquez ... Fernandez
Ismael 'East' Carlo ... Sanchez (as Ismael Carlo)

Javier Grajeda ... Sergeant Diaz
Lance LeGault ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: And They Are Us

31 March 1984
North and South Limbawe are in conflict over oil and a despotic General plans to overthrow his own government in South Limbawe and attacks his neighbors to the North. String and Dom are sent by Archangel to aid North Limbawe and it's leader, Seku Logana, but Logana has his own prejudices about receiving aid for his cause. Also in the mix is an old Vietnam buddy of Hawke's, Marty Vidor, who is working as a mercenary for South Limbawe, and Hawke is hesitant to take him on since Vidor just may know the location of the missing Saint John.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Archangel

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic

Christopher Stone ... Colonel Martin James Vidor
Raymond St. Jacques ... President Seko Logana

Berlinda Tolbert ... Lea Logana

Deborah Pratt ... Marella

Grand L. Bush ... General Ali Butami (as Grand Bush)
Milton Murrill ... Harold Ngomo
William Riley ... Lt. Reed
Bruce Cervi ... Helicopter Pilot
Betty Cole ... Mamma
Lee Payne ... Radar Operator
Lance LeGault ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Mind of the Machine

7 April 1984
Dr. Robert Winchester is a brilliant researcher and a former test pilot who helped design Airwolf. Now, he's asking for Hawke's help in test flying a simulator that he's designed to enable the Firm to train future test pilots to fly Airwolf. Reluctantly, Hawke agrees, but determines that the simulator's "feel" is a little off. Archangel convinces Hawke to let Winchester hook up the real Airwolf to his computers in order to get a more realistic demonstration. This allows Winchester to engage in a little friendly flying competition with Hawke but it also allows the Russians to nearly get their hands on the high tech super copter.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Archangel

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini

David Carradine ... Dr. Robert Winchester

Sondra Currie ... Diana Norris / Gloriana
Harvey Jason ... Alexi Provov

Deborah Pratt ... Marella
Lance LeGault ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: To Snare a Wolf

14 April 1984
Archangel warns String about a zealous government bureaucrat named D.G. Bogard who will stop at nothing until he finds Airwolf. Dom and Hawke take time out from shooting a military training film to hide Airwolf in a different location before it can be discovered, but Bogard catches on to their ruse and tracks Hawke back to the new hideaway. To complicate things, an eager pilot tails Dom and Hawke in an effort to convince Santini that she deserves a job working for his company.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Archangel

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini
Kathleen Lloyd ... Antonia 'Toni' Donatelli
Lance LeGault ... D.G. Bogard / Opening Narration (as Lance Le Gault)

Deborah Pratt ... Marella

Jeff MacKay ... Sgt. Willie Nash
Hank Brandt ... Colonel Ellison
James Edgcomb ... Agent Dickens

Peter McKernan ... The Pilot (as Peter J. McKernan)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Sweet Britches

22 September 1984
String and Dom investigate a small town where a friend of theirs has disappeared. What they discover there is a little fiefdom controlled by an unfriendly sheriff named Bogan who doesn't like outsiders in his domain. When String starts poking around for his friend, Bogan arrests him and sets him loose on an 80,000 acre wildlife enclosure just outside the town. There, he becomes the game in a little hunt that just may cost him his life. As if that isn't enough, an attractive highway patrol deputy has also run afoul of the Sheriff and String and Dom must intervene before she becomes fodder for the sheriff's goons.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III (credit only)

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini
Lance LeGault ... Sheriff J.J. Bogan (as Lance Le Gault)

Jeff MacKay ... Buddy
Guich Koock ... Buck

Robert Pierce ... Bobby (as Robert Peirce)
James Whitmore Jr. ... Sam Houston

David Graf ... Billie
Joe Horváth ... Harry

Season 2, Episode 2: Firestorm

29 September 1984
When Eddie, a chronically drunk friend of Dom's, spouts off about UFO-type lights he's been seeing near his desert trailer, everyone writes him off as a crackpot until one night while taking Eddie home, Dom spots them, too. He and String investigate and discover a military compound nearby headed by a renegade general who is planning a preemptive nuclear strike against the Soviet Union. Unfortunately, while escaping, Dom is shot and it's up to Eddie to ride shotgun aboard Airwolf with String even though he doesn't believe he can do what may be asked of him.

Season 2, Episode 3: Moffett's Ghost

6 October 1984
The Firm asks String to covertly shuttle a renowned researcher and diplomat, Dr. Roger Burton, to Russia for a secret meeting since Airwolf can get past the Russian defenses without being detected. Unfortunately, before Hawke can go back and recover Dr. Burton, a virus implanted by Airwolf's creator, the late Dr. Moffett, rears its ugly head and threatens not only the destruction of the supercopter but the elimination of the Firm as well unless a computer programmer String knows can undo the damage the evil Dr. Moffett concocted.

Season 2, Episode 4: The Truth About Holly

13 October 1984
String and Dom rescue Dom's niece from her abusive boyfriend and return her to the U.S. Unfortunately, the boyfriend hasn't given up on her yet and sends his goons in search of her. Caitlin O'Shaughnessy (Jean Bruce Scott) re-enters the picture, asking Dom for a job at his hangar. Meanwhile, while trying to assimilate to life in the U.S., Holly (Barbara Howard) begins hanging out on a movie set with String and Dom. Not all is quite as it appears when a serious of incidents lead String and Dom to confront Holly's ex-boyfriend and they make a disturbing discovery that could lead Caitlin's death.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III (credit only)

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini
Barbara Howard ... Holly Mathews

Rick Jason ... Ed Aarons

Luke Askew ... Tony
David Ruprecht ... Carlson
Cliff Carnell ... Hernando
Wayne Heffley ... Lieutenant Grodin
Anthony Tyler Quinn ... Everett (as Tony Quinn)
Patrick Wright ... Mancini

Charles Howerton ... Agent #2
Robert Balderson ... Agent #1
Ron McPherson ... Worker
Frank Burt Avalon ... Delivery Boy
Henry Carr ... Gabriel

Season 2, Episode 5: The Hunted

20 October 1984
A rich corporate industrialist, Carter Anderson III, hires Santini and Hawke to ensure his safe transportation needs when it becomes evident that he might be targeted for a hit. Anderson is aware of the existence of Airwolf and Hawke agrees to use the supercopter to help protect Anderson if necessary. Caitlin agrees to fly one of the helicopters for the mission, but there's a twist that she's unaware of; her new boyfriend just might be in on the assassination plan.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III (credit only)

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic

Gregg Henry ... Robert Villers
Maggie Cooper ... Rosalind Gregory
Joseph Chapman ... Carter Anderson III
Anne Helm ... Edna Mosconi (as Annie Helm)
Penny Santon ... Market Owner

Chris Capen ... Tony Spandel (as Cris Capen)

Javier Grajeda ... Coogan (as Javier Grajeda)
Anthony Tyler Quinn ... Everett (as Tony Quinn)
Guy Sartee ... Man

Season 2, Episode 6: Sins of the Past

27 October 1984
Dom and String return to Dom's birthplace when Dom learns that his daughter has died of a drug overdose. After attending the funeral, they return to California where Dom is arrested on suspicion of murdering his ex-wife. String returns to the island to investigate the murder and learns that unsavory elements have begun taking over the seaside community where a casino is being developed. String finds himself pondering a burning question...does the casino's developer have something to do with the deaths of Dom's wife as well as his daughter?

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini

Brett Halsey ... Jason Darius
Jason Bernard ... Aaron Martin
Diane McBain ... Lylah Santini
Lola Albright ... Beatrice Moretti

James A. Watson Jr. ... Captain Babbitt
Wayne Heffley ... Lieutenant Grodin
Bobb Hopkins ... Vince Decter
Sid Conrad ... Father Donovan
Michael Keep ... Congressman Solly
Michael Bond ... Police Photographer
Dani Douthette ... Waitress
Kathy Shower ... Model
Suzanne LaRusch ... Solly's Girl (as Suzanne La Rusch)
David Cadiente ... Darius' heavy (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Fallen Angel

3 November 1984
Marella unofficially asks String and Dom to attempt a rescue mission when Archangel is captured by rival agents and his wing of the Firm is disavowed. Archangel had embarked on a rescue mission for a former lover which he later discovers is a trap to lure him to his capture and subsequent brainwashing. String and Dom must find Archangel and deprogram him before he can assassinate the Firm's top leader, Zeus.

Season 2, Episode 8: HX-1

10 November 1984
When a prototype helicopter with capabilities that could rival even Airwolf is stolen from a military compound, String suspects that his brother just may be involved. He confronts the people that he believes are responsible and discovers that Mace Taggert (Sam Melville), another man who was supposedly imprisoned with his brother and presumed dead, is alive and well and responsible for stealing the chopper. Taggert and his mercenary buddies plan to sell the copter to the highest bidder, but when the HX1 takes on Airwolf, the buyers get to witness a showdown that they will never forget.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic
Michael Halsey ... Dunkirk

P.J. Soles ... Ellie

Sam Melville ... Mace Taggart

Charles Cyphers ... Joe Ganns

Peggy McCay ... Mrs. Taggart
Frank Marth ... Mr. Taggart
Christopher Connelly ... Saint John Hawke (as Chris Connelly)
René Assa ... Armand

Peter McKernan ... Co-Pilot (as Peter J. McKernan)
Jack Verbois ... Decker

Allan Graf ... Handley
Rachel Brady ... Angela

Season 2, Episode 9: Flight #093 Is Missing

17 November 1984
Caitlin plans to fly home to attend her sister's wedding but her plane is hijacked and crashed into the sea and a ransom demand is issued to the airline. Meanwhile, String and Dom mount their own search and rescue plan while Caitlin and the airline owner, who's also aboard the plane, attempt to keep the passengers calm. Complicating rescue efforts, the terrorists are nearby and they attempt to shoot down anything that comes even remotely close to the downed plane.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III (credit only)

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini
John Calvin ... Hergos
Philip Abbott ... Johnson
Ina Balin ... Ingrid Kendall
Alex Kubik ... Joskins

Lynn Herring ... Laurie

Summer Phoenix ... Little Girl
William Kirby Cullen ... Soccer #1
Anne Wyndham ... Stewardess
Dick Peabody ... Male Passenger (as Richard Peabody)
Lester Fletcher ... Dress Designer (as Lester C. Fletcher)
Kathleen O'Malley ... Mrs. Smith
Angus Duncan ... Marks
David McBride ... ATC Representative

Darwin Joston ... Airport security officer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Once a Hero

24 November 1984
String learns that Saint John may be held captive in a POW camp in Laos. Together with Dom, he recruits a couple of Vietnam veterans, one a daredevil, the other an up-and-coming politician, to go after his brother and bring him home. While they're in Cambodia, however, one of the team gets the jitters and reveals that he actually betrayed his comrades when they'd been captured by the enemy during the war. To that end, he not only has to redeem himself, but regain the trust of his companions.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy (credit only)

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic
Thomas Callaway ... Gary Wallace

Cathie Shirriff ... Charmaine Beaucaire

Soon-Tek Oh ... Tommy Liu (as Soon-Teck Oh)
Rod McCary ... Kearns
J.W. Smith ... Roach
Benjamin Lum ... Loo
Eddie Wong ... Government Official
Professor Toru Tanaka ... Bandit King
Richard Lee-Sung ... Bandit Leader
Jeff Olson ... M.I.A. Prisoner (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Random Target

8 December 1984
When String and Dom agree to shoot some incidental film footage for a friendly rival, they accidentally stumble across a reputed mobster hiding out in the desert with plans for a secret rendezvous with his compatriots. The mobster sends his goons out to recover the film, but when their friend ends up being killed over the footage they shot, String and Dom work even harder to try to find out what's behind their friend's murder, even though a local detective isn't convinced about their findings.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III (credit only)

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic

Anne Lockhart ... Sgt. Anne Brannen
Len Birman ... Kenneth Langhom
Lou Felder ... Dent
Eve McVeagh ... Annie
Danny Dayton ... Sam the Counterman
James Ingersoll ... Sam Kowal
Johnny Haymer ... Leon

Roger Rose ... Delivery Boy
Kari Lloyd ... Model

Tim Cutt ... Officer (as Timothy J. Cutt)
Dean Wein ... Stark

Roberts Blossom ... Old man with Dog (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Condemned

5 January 1985
String and Caitlin travel to a deserted island where a cure is being researched for a biological plague that was developed in Afghanistan. Unfortunately, the plague has already gotten out of control and the researchers are all dead. Complicating matters, the Russians have also dispatched a submarine to the island to attempt to recover the cure first. When String, Caitlin and the sub's crew all get exposed to the virus, they must work together to find the cure before they all go mad and either kill one another or die.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic (credit only)
Jan Tríska ... Lt. Cmdr. Leoni Zlrukov
Karla Chadimová ... Lt. Elena Loupani (as Karla Triska)
Hank Garrett ... Dr. Morton

Martin E. Brooks ... Prof. Jennings Rudolph
George C. Grant ... Torgovitch
Gene Scherer ... Sailor #2
John Lander ... Sailor #1 (as Jonn Lander)

Season 2, Episode 13: The American Dream

12 January 1985
A former Vietnamese warlord, Tranh Van Zung (James Shigeta), terrorizes a small community of Southeast Asian immigrants by requiring them to pay a tithe like they would in their own country. A group of dissidents, however, stand up to the greed and refuse to pay. Subsequently, they are targeted for extermination by Tranh, who is an accomplished pilot. His men murder several of the members of the dissident faction -- that is, until String and Airwolf make a stand against Tranh's corruption and give the other immigrants a taste of what freedom is all about.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III (credit only)

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini

James Shigeta ... Colonel Tranh Van Zung

John Fujioka ... Tru - Mae's Father
Marilyn Tokuda ... Mae

F. William Parker ... Sgt. Bryant
Beulah Quo ... Mae's Mother

Soon-Tek Oh ... Minh (as Soon-Teck Oh)
Byron Chung ... Hua

Sab Shimono ... Ko
Arsenio 'Sonny' Trinidad ... Diem (as Sonny Trinidad)
Nel Datu Anderson ... Sama
Gary Murakami ... Tommy

Lindsay Price ... Frightened Child

Season 2, Episode 14: Inn at the End of the Road

26 January 1985
A group of terrorists steals a prototype in-flight computer that can turn any commercial aircraft into a fighting unit. While escaping, one of the terrorists is wounded and the group holes up in a small mountain community where they shanghai the services of a combat medic and lock his friends up in a storage shed. When the terrorists discover that the medic has flight skills as well, they get him to aid in their escape, but Doc manages to get away and finds String, who's out looking for the prototype with Airwolf. String manages to rescue Doc's friends, but he's injured in the process and Doc must fly Airwolf to prevent the terrorists from escaping with the prototype computer.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy (credit only)

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic

Nicholas Campbell ... Jason 'Doc' Gifford
Randi Brooks ... Elena
Hugh Gillin ... Sheriff Frank Dudley
Caroline Smith ... Maxine
Craig Littler ... Jarrett
Louise Lewis ... Sally (as Louise Fitch)
Barry Sattels ... Steele

Alan Toy ... Badger

Ian Abercrombie ... Lord Killebrew
Robert Wightman ... Charlie Tarwater
Robert F. Hoy ... Roper (as Robert Hoy)

Alan Woolf ... Lucas

Lynnanne Zager ... Mary Ann Tarwater

David Schroeder ... Board Member
Jerome Blackwell ... Pilot
Hany Ghorra ... Co-pilot
Mary Heck ... Woman on Helicopter (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Santini's Millions

2 February 1985
Dom uses Airwolf to transport a heart to Chicago and responds to a mayday along the way for a downed private plane. The plane belongs to billionaire Carl Barron who was on his way to a board meeting when his plane developed engine difficulties. Barron attempts to bribe Santini into dropping him off first, then the heart. Dom refuses and gives Barron a piece of his mind, instead. Shortly thereafter, Barron is killed in a mysterious explosion at his company and everyone at the funeral is shocked to learn that he altered his will just before he died. Dominic Santini is named as the recipient of a substantial piece of the Barron fortune and several of Barron's employees are not happy about it.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic

John Ireland ... Carl Barron
Lory Walsh ... Margo Brewster

Joseph Ruskin ... Cooper
Hank Brandt ... Charles Selkirk

Jared Martin ... Graydon

Conroy Gedeon ... Senator Younger
Douglas Warhit ... Director (as Douglas M. Warhit)
Pamela Bowman ... Dolores
John O'Connell ... Angelo
Vincent Howard ... Smitty
Ray Colbert ... Doctor
Jonathon Hugger ... Man #1
Ken Kurtis ... Reporter (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Prisoner of Yesterday

9 February 1985
A revolutionary breaks her father, former dictator Marios Guzman, out of a military prison. Because her father received no medical treatment in prison, she has her followers kidnap Doc who is on a fishing trip with String. String vows to follow Doc, but is advised not to get himself or Airwolf involved in anything political. As it turns out, a former comrade-in-arms of Guzman's learns that he is dying and plans to use his final address to the people as a rallying point to retake the government.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III (credit only)

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini

Nicholas Campbell ... Jason 'Doc' Gifford
Mario Marcelino ... Emilio

H.M. Wynant ... Hoffman

Julie Carmen ... Teresa Guzman

Michael Constantine ... President Marios Guzman
Nate Esformes ... Tomas

Del Zamora ... Luis
John Furlong ... Dr. Jensen
Joseph Della Sorte ... Doctor (as Joe Dellasorte)
Jim Malinda ... Soldier

Daniel Zacapa ... Radio Operator (as Garrett Pearson)

Season 2, Episode 17: Natural Born

23 February 1985
A young hotshot helicopter pilot named Kevin takes a job sweeping the hanger at Santini Air after his guardian uncle is killed by some past associates. Those associates wanted his uncle to go back into the drug smuggling business with them. Now Kevin is on the lookout for them and uses his position at Santini Air to try to garner some revenge. Unfortunately, he costs Santini a commercial contract in the process and almost loses the trust of his newfound friends.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini

Noble Willingham ... Chester Hansen
Christie Houser ... Winter
Sandy Kenyon
Seth Foster ... Jake O'Donnell
Lance Sloane ... Kevin Hansen
Lee Ryan ... Bert Allyn
Veronica Hart ... Marcia (as Kathryn Stanleigh)
Casey King ... Wiley
Allen Joseph ... Mechanic #2
John Medici ... Gibson

Nancy Linari ... Receptionist
Robby Dillon ... Girlfriend
Gary Frommer ... Mechanic #1
Steve Chambers ... Schecter
Kevin LaRosa ... Police Pilot (as Kevin N. LaRosa)
Aline Towne ... Town Lady

Season 2, Episode 18: Out of the Sky

2 March 1985
String and Dom are hired to fly a helicopter rigged with a prop spaceship during a live concert performance by singing sensation Roxy Marvel (Misty Rowe). Complications develop, however, when a fight with her ex-husband Nick DeSoto (Mayf Nutter), who's also her manager, results in Nick having her kidnapped and replaced by a look-alike lip sync-her. Nick needs the money he can raise from his ex-wife's death to cover some old gambling debts. String and Dom must find Roxy and save her look-alike before DeSoto can carry out his plans.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III (credit only)

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic
Misty Rowe ... Roxanne 'Roxy' Marvel

Luca Bercovici ... Rusty Crawford
Alan Stock ... Sal
Victor Mohica ... Enforcer
Mayf Nutter ... Nick DeSoto

Joe Unger ... Mickey

Casey Sander ... Trucker #1
Walt Hunter ... Trucker #2
Kelly Brock ... Waitress

Season 2, Episode 19: Dambreakers

16 March 1985
A European terrorist cell takes refuge in a spiritualist community in the U.S. that shuns all exposure to technology. Using the community as a front, they plan to destroy a new southwestern U.S. hydro-electric facility and for exposure, they invite a prominent TV journalist, Kelly Dayton, to witness the event. When Kelly and her escort pilot, String, are captured by the terrorists, some quick thinking on the part of the ace pilot results in their escaping their captors, but String and Airwolf must stop the terrorists before they complete their plan of destruction and flood the valley settled by the spiritualists.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III (credit only)

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic

Marjoe Gortner ... Brother Jebediah / Johann Rector

Gregory Walcott ... Brother Ahab
Devon Ericson ... Hana
Heather McNair ... Kelly Dayton
Cindi Eyman ... Sara Longwood
Pat Delaney ... Estelle Longwood
Joseph Taylor ... Salazar

Season 2, Episode 20: Severance Pay

23 March 1985
A mole at the Firm has leaked classified information and a senior analyst is suspected after his best friend and colleague dies from a stress related heart attack when the pair learn that their retirement benefits have been denied.

Season 2, Episode 21: Eruption

6 April 1985
String and Dom find themselves at odds with a mining community's leadership after they are forced to land during the eruption of a once dormant volcano.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III (credit only)

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy (credit only)

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic

Mills Watson ... John Cove
Juanita Mahone ... Mary Avery

Angela Cartwright ... Mrs. Cranovich
Taylor Lacher ... Chief Crammins
William Cort ... Lester Bowden (as Bill Cort)
Joshua Cadman ... Nick Cranovich
Christina Hart ... Mrs. Cove

Laraine Day ... Amelia Davenport
John David Yarborough ... Pilot (as John David Yarbrough)
Karen Blank ... Woman
Rusty McClennon ... Limo Driver (as Leon Rusty McClennon)

Season 2, Episode 22: Short Walk to Freedom

13 April 1985
Caitlyn and a group of kids are captured by a guerrilla leader while they're on a trip to South America to visit ancient ruins.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini

Deborah Pratt ... Marella

John Aniston ... Colonel Arturo Alzar
Jorge Cervera Jr. ... Chema Comargo
Jill Whitlow ... Kay Freestone
Brian Farrell ... Ozzie Hathaway
Robert Chestnut ... Cookie Danza
Philip Paley ... Ernie Wolfe
Ismael 'East' Carlo ... Sergeant (as Ismael Carlo)
Ricardo Lopez ... Miguel
Edward Mehler ... Jonathan Hughes

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: The Horn of Plenty

28 September 1985
Hawke is kidnapped and brainwashed by John Bradfrod Horn, an evil tycoon; and its up to Cait to rescue Hawke, Dom, and Airwolf from his clutches.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic

Catherine Hickland ... Angelica Bolotin Horn

Richard Lynch ... John Bradford Horn / Gerald Van Dorian / Neal Streep
Blake Marion ... T.J.
Reid Smith ... Pilot #1
Greg Callahan ... Dr. Gastner
Carol J. Connors ... Dr. Fairling
Guy Remsen ... Harry
Liddy Roley ... Lab Technician
Tony Epper ... Soldier at Horn's base (uncredited)
Monty Jordan ... Officer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Airwolf II

5 October 1985
An arrogant pilot designs a newer version of Airwolf and plans to engage Hawke in an air-to-air duel to determine which of the two is the better pilot.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini

Wings Hauser ... Harlan Jenkins

Cesare Danova ... Alonzo Delomo
Robert F. Simon ... The Admiral
F.J. O'Neil ... Zeus

Warren Munson ... Secretary Dunlap

James Troesh ... Roy Starky
Dave Morick ... Speaker

Chelsea Field ... Brunette
Lillian Lehman ... Bingham
Kandace Kuehl ... Amanda
Trent Dolan ... Supervisor
David McBride ... Cortuvo

Richard Green ... Soldier

Rodney Saulsberry ... Security Guard
Monty Jordan ... CIA Pilot (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: And a Child Shall Lead

12 October 1985
leading aircraft designer, Robert Phelps, is abducted by foreign agents to the horror of his mentally challenged son, Bobby. Hawke decides to try and find Phelps, obtaining leads from Bobby, whose autism gives him the ability to draw detailed clues from memory. While in the agent's custody, Phelps has a sudden heart-attack and is rendered useless to them.Hawke has to find him for his son Bobby.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini

Larry Linville ... Clinton Maxwell
Ricky Wittman ... Bobby Phelps
Jack Rader ... Keller

Corinne Camacho ... Dr. Stuart (as Corinne Michaels)

David Spielberg ... Robert Phelps
Bobb Hopkins ... Rogers
David Dunard ... Collins
Kathleen O'Malley ... Sister Monica
Kandace Kuehl ... Denise
Louis Zito ... Man in Crowd

Thell Reed ... Machine Man

Season 3, Episode 4: Fortune Teller

14 October 1985
Archangel is held captive by a powerful arms dealer who needs information to complete the work on a highly advanced maneuvering system for fighter jets - Fortune Teller. With the help from a psychic, String and Dom endeavor to find their friend before it's too late.

Season 3, Episode 5: Crossover

26 October 1985
Hawke must pick up the Janic's alone, and without Airwolf when they're ambushed. Dom and Kaitlen use Airwolf to save the laser secrets.

Season 3, Episode 6: Kingdom Come

2 November 1985
When some thermonuclear detonators are stolen. Hawke tried to find them with Airwolf's thermal sensors. But the man who stole them plans to use Airwolf to transport them. And part of his plan is seducing Caitlin.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic
Stephen Parr ... Ken Sawyer
Devon Ericson ... Tracey Cooper
Sandy Kronemeyer ... Lydia (as Sandra Kronemeyer)
Tom McFadden ... Babe (as Thom McFadden)

Raymond Mayo ... Hansen (as Raymond J. Castellani)
Murray MacLeod ... The Man
Dee Pollock ... Film Director

Season 3, Episode 7: Eagles

9 November 1985
Hawke falls for a airplane racer in danger.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy (credit only)

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic

William Windom ... Lou Stappleford

Nancy Everhard ... Roan Carver

Dale Robinette ... Cole
Chip Johnson ... Crane
Susan Powell ... Blaine
Brendon Boone ... Security Guard
Casey King ... Dartman
Pete Randall ... Crowd Member

Mic Rodgers ... Haver
Gary Epper ... Morgan

Season 3, Episode 8: Annie Oakley

16 November 1985
When a weapon built by the Firm is stolen. One of the men who stole it, thinking the man who hired him is shortchanging him calls the Firm and arranges a meeting. Michael sends Hawke and his people, because the meeting is taking place at a Wild West Show. When they get there, the man who called them makes contact but before he could tell them anything is killed. Hawke turns to the woman in charge for help.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic
Tricia O'Neil ... Annie Oakley / Louise Mackey
Alex Kubik ... Larson
Sandy Kronemeyer ... Lydia (as Sandra Kronemeyer)
Barry Sattels ... Leo Martin

Art Hindle ... Karl Stern
Chris Hebert ... Rex Oakley

Len Lesser ... Villain
Ryan MacDonald ... Barker
Reid Smith ... Dennis Slade

Tia Carrere ... Kiki Tinabi

Chuck Hicks ... Valentine
Tony Epper ... Burke

Season 3, Episode 9: Jennie

23 November 1985
Hawke helps a woman rescue children refugees from a mad scientist' unmanned tanks.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic
Lenore Kasdorf ... Jennie Burton

Allan Miller ... Jonas Keith

Richard Yniguez ... Gustavo
Valentin de Vargas ... Colonel Mayorga (as Val de Vargas)
Michael Preston ... Colonel Ross
Jonathan Hall Kovacs ... Raf (as Johnny Kovacs)
Debra Yon ... Solita
Clemente DeLeon ... Clemente

Robert Covarrubias ... Freedom Fighter
Michelle Paulin ... Sister Agnes Marie (as Michelle M. Paulin)
Amapola Del Vando ... Old Woman (as Amapola Del Vano)
Tomás Goros ... Patrol Leader #1
Joe Borgese ... Patrol Leader #2

Season 3, Episode 10: The Deadly Circle

30 November 1985
When the families of all his Vietnam flight crew are kidnapped (including Dom and Cait); Hawke must follow the clues, and a mysterious friend, to save them.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic
Kim Miyori ... Lia Van Luong

Irene Tsu ... Carol Oshiro
George Cheung ... Dao Van Lat (as George Kee Cheung)
Joe La Due ... Art (as Joe la Due)

Branscombe Richmond ... Jimmy Oshiro

Robert Ito ... Tran Van Hieu
Dawn Mangrum ... Francesca

John Kirby ... Ralph Kovac

Frank Pesce ... Ray
Bob Jarvis ... Detective
Ed McCready ... Bartender
Monty Jordan ... Army Intelligence Officer

Season 3, Episode 11: Where Have All the Children Gone?

14 December 1985
Hawke goes to deliver a congressional medal of Honor to a brother of one of his friends, but there's only children around and no adults.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini

Deborah Wakeham ... Sabrina Cooke
Ben Hammer ... Dr. Francis Watkins
Tom Hodges ... Hal
Beau Dremann ... Deputy

Gary Riley ... Deputy
Alicia Chambers ... Wendy Elizabeth 'Cotton' Fargo
Lewis Van Bergen ... Billy Fargo

Jeb Stuart Adams ... Harvey (as Jeb Adams)
Curtiss Marlowe ... Randy
Pat Delaney ... Aunt Stella Grant
Helen Baron ... Female Technician
Louie Elias ... Sullivan
Dana Stein ... Gail

Season 3, Episode 12: Half-Pint

21 December 1985
Hawke finds that his brother was, in fact, killed in Vietnam, and meets his nephew.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic

Doug McClure ... Darren McBride

Michael D. Roberts ... Glen Carson

James Hong ... General Rangavara

Julia Nickson ... Minh Van McBride (as Julie Nickson)
Christie Claridge ... Samantha
Roland Harrah III ... Le Van 'Half-Pint' Hawke
George Gonzales ... Jimmy
Nancy Williams ... Teacher
Michael Beatrice ... Freddie
Shawn Alexander Campbell ... Mike
Justin Manask ... Steve
Richard G. Camphuis ... Airforce Officer (as Richard Camphuis)

Nick Dimitri
Deborah Ludwig Davis ... Singer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Wildfire

11 January 1986
With the crew earning some down time, and Airwolf some much-needed repair time, Dom takes a trip to help out an old war buddy. But he soon finds himself in the middle of both a family feud, and a dangerous drug-smuggling ring...without the help of Airwolf!

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic
Lance LeGault ... Noble Flowers (as Lance Le Gault)

Ken Olandt ... Cecil Carnes Jr.

Tony Burton ... Moose

Tracey Walter ... Alvin

Ken Curtis ... Cecil Carnes Sr.

Gregory Sierra ... Frank Ochoa
Ismael 'East' Carlo ... Carlos (as East Carlo)
Luis Contreras ... Mule
Ric Desotell ... First Worker

Dan Priest ... Second Worker
David Rowlands ... Bartender
Tom Milan ... Pilot
Richard Wright ... Hand #1
Robert Totten ... Hand #2
Monty Jordan ... Pilot

Season 3, Episode 14: Discovery

18 January 1986
Mysterious evil tycoon John Bradford Horn returns to steal Airwolf after a botched murder, and a chance encounter, reveals the location of the Lair.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini
Anne Bloom ... Alma Grace Harrison
Asher Brauner ... Quist
Christie Claridge ... Samantha

John Vernon ... John Bradford Horn (as John R. Vernon)
Kurt Grayson ... Tom Billings
Blake Marion ... Horn's #1 Man
Brynja McGrady ... Denise

Ken Sagoes ... Desk Clerk
Louie Elias ... Price
Tony Epper ... Horn's #2 man (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: Day of Jeopardy

25 January 1986
Hawke must save an old girlfriend from evil government agents.

Season 3, Episode 16: Little Wolf

1 February 1986
While visiting Hawke's old Vietnam buddy Greg Stewart, Dominic & Hawke become unwitting pawns in a potentially deadly custody battle between Greg's mother, Martha (June Allyson) and ex-wife Rainey. Rainey refuses to sign over custody of their infant son to Greg, and Mrs. Stewart holds Rainey hostage at their estate until the papers are signed. Even worse, the sinister Sheriff Waldren is on Mrs. Stewart's payroll. When a plane crash kills Greg, Mrs. Stewart realizes she will not be able to gain custody of her grandson, and threatens Rainey. The young mother hides her infant son with Dominic & Hawke, and Mrs. Stewart orders Waldren to employ any means to get him back. As Hawke tries to get Rainey out of the estate where she is being held captive, Caitlin flies the Airwolf to Dominic's hideout & stops the crooked sheriff and his men from gaining custody. Mrs. Stewart and her co-conspirators are arrested by U.S. Marshals after Waldren is killed taking on the Airwolf in a World War II fighter.

Season 3, Episode 17: Desperate Monday

8 February 1986
During Caitlin's sorority reunion things go bad when a kidnapping is attempted.

Season 3, Episode 18: Hawke's Run

15 February 1986
While visiting a friend, Hawke excuses himself to get a cup of coffee. In his absence, his friend and the secretary are executed mob style. Hawke is shot, but manages to escape. Santini Air is ravaged in a search for something that as yet has not been disclosed. A bug is found in the phone at Santini Air, and is immediately destroyed. Somehow, the villains still manage to track Hawke to the place he is hiding. After meeting with Archangel, Hawke learns his friend was a double agent. Hawke was given a ticket to a local art show, which his friend gave him, refusing to take no for an answer, It is discovered that his ticket stub contains a micro dot with top secret blueprints. Again, the villains somehow know that he is at that art show without being told, and also know his ticket stub contains the micro dot. During Hawke's and his female friend's escape, she secretly drops the stub into the drawing box for a giveaway that was to occur at the end of the show. Both proceed to Airwolf, where they hastily eliminate the baddies.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini

Ray Wise ... Victor Resnick

David Gautreaux ... Edwards
Duncan Gamble ... Jerry Karston

Wendy Schaal ... Marilyn Kelsy
John Brandon ... Zeus
Lisa Donovan ... Jennifer Stone
Richard G. Camphuis ... Officer (as Richard Camphuis)
Leigh Walsh ... Rhonda

Victor Warren ... Tolnor Attendant
Monty Jordan ... Rogue Agent (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: Break-In at Santa Paula

22 February 1986
Hawke, Dominic and Caitlin are asked to help to break an innocent man out of prison, during wish Hawke gets captured in the process.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic

Tony O'Dell ... Terry Haines

Pedro Armendáriz Jr. ... Captain Mendez

Mike Moroff ... Senders

Jane Merrow ... Mrs. Eleanor Haines
John Davis Chandler ... Gentry (as John Chandler)
Abel Franco ... Garcia

Ernesto Hernández ... Paco
Robert Apisa ... Joaquin (as Bobby Apisa)

Thomas Rosales Jr. ... Morales (as Tommy Rosales)

Season 3, Episode 20: The Girl Who Fell from the Sky

15 March 1986
While fishing, Hawke witnesses a woman who is dropped from a helicopter into a lake. Hawke rescues her, but the two men responsible are hot on his tail. The rescued woman has difficulty remembering her identity and Hawke tries to help her.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini

Kristina Wayborn ... Dawn Janine Harrison

William Smith ... Steele
Tom Simcox ... Weldon Rossiter
Taylor Lacher ... Dr. Forrester

Bruce Gray ... Senator Steven Houston
Sandy Kronemeyer ... Lydia (as Sandra Kronemeyer)

Christopher Kriesa ... Dr. Johnson (as Chris Kriesa)
Emily Banks ... Nurse Hilda
Kit Fredericks ... Audrea

Fred Lerner ... Henderson
Lawrence Levine ... Guard / Phillips (as Larry Levine)

Season 3, Episode 21: Tracks

22 March 1986
Hawke agrees to help paraplegics scale Sunusito mountain when a survivalist (the "Catman") decides to attack the hikers to protect his feral cats. Hawke has to get them to the chopper to save them. Dom and Caitlin use Airwolf to find them.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic

Alan Toy ... Levitt

Timothy Carey ... Paul McClelland, the Cat Man (as Timothy Agoglia Carey)

John Dennis Johnston ... Rudy
William Bryant ... Hunter
Jim Knaub ... Ben Foran
David Hall ... Charlie Callahan
Norm Wilson ... Maurice Kemp
John 'Shorty' Powers ... Cruz (as Shorty Powers)
Hugh Farrington ... John Kirk
Michael Crabtree ... Mustached Hunter
Rebecca Clemons ... Susan
Nancy Bleier ... Linda

Michael Masters ... Deputy

Season 3, Episode 22: Birds of Paradise

29 March 1986
Hawke agrees to help his nephew with a missing-person case, which quickly leads to a dangerous drug-smuggling ring.

Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke

Alex Cord ... Michael Coldsmith Briggs III

Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy

Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic
Roland Harrah III ... Le Van 'Half-Pint' Hawke

BarBara Luna ... Isela Arragon (as Barbara Luna)
Tony Acierto ... Vargas
Deborah Richter ... Brunette (as Debi Richter)
Dani Minnick ... Marlene

Eric Braeden ... Nick Kincaid
Dean Simone ... Assistant Manager

Mariko Van Kampen ... Eurasian Girl

Leslie Scarborough ... Sandy (as Leslie Huntly)
Ted Neale ... Hunter
Robert Ray ... Parking Attendant
Robby Dillon ... Second Bartender
Debbi A. Davison ... Disc Jockey (as Debbie Davison)
Jeff Cadiente ... Vargas Henchman #1 (uncredited)

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