A detective, who was tailing a man as a favor for Frank, is shot when the man meets his drug dealer. Frank must find the man before the detective's brother kills him.

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Del Foxworth (as Robert Walker)
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Arthur Anschluss
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Lt. George Kalloway
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Mrs. Foxworth
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Sally
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Billy Burrows
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Edward Foxworth
Nora Marlowe ...
Edna
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Ted Anschluss
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Chuck Yamagata
Karl Lukas ...
Truck Driver
Florence Sundstrom ...
Mae
Sandy Balson ...
Ruth Anschluss
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A detective, who was tailing a man as a favor for Frank, is shot when the man meets his drug dealer. Frank must find the man before the detective's brother kills him.

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30 October 1974 (USA)  »

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Well, you do get a chance to see Robert Walker Jr. as well as Longbeach.
19 April 2017 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

A cop spots a wanted man...but Del's not wanted by the police. Instead, Cannon's been hired by a rich family to find their idiot son (Robert Walker Jr.). I say he's an idiot because although he does not use drugs, his girlfriend is a smack addict...though why a non-addict would have her as a girlfriend, I have no idea! But the boyfriend is a yutz and takes care of her...and even buys drugs for her. So, when he's about to buy drugs from one of the local dealer (Pat Morita, of all people), the cop approaches...and the dealer shoots him! The problem is that witnesses think the idiot shot the cop--not the drug dealer. So it's up to Cannon to put the pieces together and figure out who really killed the cop, as Del would have no reason to do such a think.

Aside from so many of the cops in the show seeming unprofessional and angry, Del ain't exactly Einstein! These two things tend to make this episode rather weak.


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