The Bold Ones: The Senator: Season 1, Episode 5

A Continual Roar of Musketry: Part 2 (29 Nov. 1970)

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This episode of "The Bold Ones: The Senator" shows Senator Hays Stowe (Hal Holbrook) heading an investigation into a Kent State-like incident at a University... See full synopsis »

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Arthur Beresford
Bernie Hamilton ...
Dr. Benjamin Edwards
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Gen. Harry Collins
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Gov. George Keller
Robert Pratt ...
Zach
Pamela McMyler ...
Jennie
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Mayor Bob Wisnovsky
Laurence Luckinbill ...
Chancellor Steinitz
Noam Pitlik ...
Frank Bettancourt
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Lt. Tony Caffey
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Pvt. Wilson (as Jess Vint)
James Iglehart ...
1st Student
James MacHeath ...
2nd Student
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This episode of "The Bold Ones: The Senator" shows Senator Hays Stowe (Hal Holbrook) heading an investigation into a Kent State-like incident at a University... See full synopsis »

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An Investigation of Kent State?
13 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This series starred Hal Holbrook as a dedicated U.S. Senator (remember when we had those?) who is in charge of the investigation of a Kent State-like shooting. I don't remember all the details, but it did concern the shooting of campus anti-war protesters by nervous National Guardsmen. I especially remember it because I knew Randy Mantooth (Emergency!) who played the young commander of the soldiers who was himself a college student. I worked with Randy in the Santa Barbara Youth Summer Theatre for two or three years. I also knew Robert Pratt who played one of the main protesters from student days at the University of California, Riverside Theatre Dept. It was a good episode of a good show. It was the only time I ever saw two people I actually knew at the same time on TV.


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