Malloy and Reed respond to a theft from a company that cannot disclose what was stolen because it is classified. Another call to the mysterious company reveals a bomb resulting in an appearance of a two man bomb squad.

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Frank Maxwell ...
Phil Watters
William Boyett ...
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Sgt. Bell (as Neil Russell)
Lewis Charles ...
Herring
Barry Cahill ...
Ed Bowler
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Elmo Constant
Robert Knapp ...
Sgt. Casey
Monty Margetts ...
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Malloy and Reed deal with a suspicious looking elderly man carrying a couple of bags of items that probably don't belong to him, and a couple of drag racers. But most of their shift is preoccupied with a case at Amalgamated Products. Their first visit to Amalgamated is to investigate a reported theft. The owner, Phil Watters, is charging one of employees, Elmo Constant, of stealing one of the products they manufacture, which has since been returned. There are a couple of issues concerning this visit. First, that product is top secret which Watters is unwilling to hand over, and without it as material evidence, Constant cannot be charged. And second, Amalgamated's head of security is Ed Bowler, ex-LAPD, who was fired from the force for inappropriate conduct, with Malloy being one of the material witnesses which led to the firing. That antagonism between the two still exists. Later, Bowler calls in to report a suspicious package in a store room that he believes is a bomb. He believes ... Written by Huggo

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14 March 1970 (USA)  »

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The "detonator" for the bomb is a Zenith Television remote control that used sound waves to operate. There is no way that it could have activated the bomb from a remote location. See more »

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