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"The Equalizer" Blood & Wine: Part 2 (1987)

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Michael Sloan (creator) and
Richard Lindheim (creator) ...
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Original Air Date:
23 September 1987 (Season 3, Episode 2)
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Edward Woodward ... Robert McCall

Keith Szarabajka ... Mickey Kostmayer

William Atherton ... Martin 'Alpha' Loeber

Moira Sinise ... Linda (as Moira Harris)

Tom Atkins ... Detective Frank Standish

Christopher Murney ... Rudy Bagler

Elizabeth Franz ... Mrs. Thomas

Robert Lansing ... Control

Telly Savalas ... Brother Joseph Heiden

Lynne Thigpen ... Cleaning Lady
Lee Breuer ... Benjamin Harris
Trish Hawkins ... Mrs. Standish
Alan Mixon ... Father Anthony
Sheila Stainback ... Anchorperson
Stephen James ... Reporter
Fima Noveck ... Kroslick
Ted Beniades ... Police Officer
Sarah Chodoff ... Young Nun
Hamilton Gillett ... Agent #1
Sam Green ... Agent Barnes
Nicholas Georgiade ... Agent #2 (as Nick Georgiade)

Gary Landon Mills ... Latino Gangster

Peter Richardson ... Leather Jacket

Grace Johnston ... Emily Standish
Salvador Barone ... Frank Standish Jr.
Hamadi Izzard ... Basketball Boy
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Rawleigh Moreland ... Priest (uncredited)
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Alan Metzger 
Writing credits
Michael Sloan (creator) and
Richard Lindheim (creator)

Coleman Luck (written by)

Produced by
Robert Eisele .... co-producer
Marc Laub .... producer
Stuart Lieberman .... associate producer
Dan Lieberstein .... producer (as Daniel Lieberstein)
Coleman Luck .... supervising producer
James Duff McAdams .... executive producer (as James McAdams)
Peter A. Runfolo .... coordinating producer
Scott Shepherd .... supervising producer
Ed Waters .... co-executive producer
Original Music by
Stewart Copeland (music by)
Cinematography by
Geoffrey Erb (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Scott Vickrey 
Casting by
Lois Planco 
Production Design by
Richard Bianchi 
Art Direction by
Wing Lee 
Set Decoration by
Caryl Heller 
Costume Design by
Linda Wayne 
Makeup Department
Joseph Coscia .... hair stylist (as Joe Coscia)
Joe Cuervo .... makeup artist
Production Management
Diane Foti .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ellen H. Schwartz .... second assistant director
Robert E. Warren .... first assistant director
Art Department
Kevin McCarthy .... set dresser
John McDonnell .... property master
Linda Skipper .... scenic artist
Sound Department
Fred Rosenberg .... supervising sound editor
Steve Scanlon .... sound mixer
Randall Coleman .... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Mike Marcucci .... apprentice sound editor (uncredited)
James Perdue .... boom operator (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Edward Drohan .... special effects (as Eddie Drohan)
Visual Effects by
Mitch Wilson .... optical effects (uncredited)
Frank Ferrara .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Bob Brennan .... key grip
Gene Engels .... gaffer
Casting Department
Sylvia Fay .... extras casting
Editorial Department
JoAnn M. Laub .... assistant film editor
Valerie Schwartz .... associate editor
Music Department
Thomas S. Drescher .... music editor (as Thomas Drescher)
Jeff Seitz .... music performer
Other crew
Wendy Chesebrough Lowe .... assistant to executive producer (as Wendy Chesebrough)
Ira Hurvitz .... script supervisor
Soomi Marano .... production office coordinator
Abdul Malik Abbott .... production assistant (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Additional Details

Germany:47 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

This show (initially broadcast with Part 1 as a two-hour movie) and three others were filmed in May-June 1987 before the Director's Guild of America contract expired and a strike loomed on July 1. The strike did break out but was settled within three hours. The producers then sent the cast and crew home to rest up before going back into production -- but shortly after arriving in England, series star Edward Woodward suffered a heart attack and the show had to work around him for six months until he was healthy enough to work full time.See more »


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