Reed and Malloy continue to observe the Air-70 helicopter patrol. This time Malloy's eagle eye helps capture various criminals as they try to hide from the law.



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Episode complete credited cast:
William Boyett ...
Jack Hogan ...
Lt. Fred Benson
William Stevens ...
Officer Lou Walters
John Nolan ...
One King Nine (voice)
James W. Gavin ...
Officer Chet Mills (as Gavin James)
Claude Johnson ...
Fred Stromsoe ...
Harvey Pollard (voice)
Julie Bennett ...
Ethel Pollard (voice)


Continuing with their air patrol shift, Reed with Mills and Malloy with Walters, they are still pursuing the light plane that was stolen from Burbank Airport. They have to coerce the pilot, who had a few drinks prior to stealing the plane and is suicidal over a failing long term marriage, to land the plane safely without injuring anyone. Next, the two air units pursue two different vehicles that were involved in a robbery. Malloy and Reed learn that more than one 'copter per pursuit may cause problems. On what is supposed to be their second and final air shift, Malloy is called back to ground patrol leaving Reed to cover the air, this time with Walters. Late into that shift in the evening, Reed and Walters can smell a fire, which they have to locate. They can use their position in the air for mass evacuation purposes if the fire gets out of hand. By the end of the shift, Reed will have a lengthy report of what measures can be taken to improve not only cooperation between air and ... Written by Huggo

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5 March 1974 (USA)  »

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When Jim is in Air 10 chasing the 2-11 suspects in the Ford and he says "Air 10 to Air 70", the reply "Go 10" is obviously from a crew member off camera, not from the radio. The "radio voice" effect is usually dubbed in post production, but the editor forgot to do it in this case. See more »

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