A rising young politician and his overbearing mother work to do damage control after discovering that he has a half-brother who's mixed up in murder and passport forgery.

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Lt. Alex Bronkov
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Harry Mark
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Sgt. John Webber
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Mayor Pete Santori
Dina Ousley ...
Ellen Bronkov
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Enid Howard
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Alan McLean
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Terry Howard
Milton Selzer ...
Jannso
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Manheim
Steve Mitchell ...
Lt. Stacker
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June Kramer
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Chico (as Eddie Olmos)
Gwen Stokes ...
Iris
Brooke Tucker ...
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A rising young politician and his overbearing mother work to do damage control after discovering that he has a half-brother who's mixed up in murder and passport forgery.

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Crime | Drama

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12 October 1975 (USA)  »

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Smooth and boring

I won't remind this story very long, at least long enough to write about it in a few days from now. I would say it is a confused and flat story around war criminal and revenge. I highly prefer the previous episode of the show. But we again find here some gripping lines that don't always fit to the rest and this compelling touch raise the interest of the episode. Jack Palance is quite good, as he was in the few other episodes which I have already seen. I think some action sequences missed in this one, or a lack in the characters consistency; at least some of the characters, certainly not all of them.

I will watch out for other stories of this more than adequate series.


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