The F.B.I.: Season 9, Episode 10

The Killing Truth (9 Dec. 1973)

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Ten years after a controversial espionage trial, the son of one of the defendants tries to kill the judge. Erskine and Daniels head up the FBI's investigation of the attempted killing. The ... See full summary »

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Ten years after a controversial espionage trial, the son of one of the defendants tries to kill the judge. Erskine and Daniels head up the FBI's investigation of the attempted killing. The FBI men want to prevent a second attempt on the judge's life. But the bureau investigators must delve deep into the earlier case to find the clues they need. Written by Bill Koenig

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Great episode!
3 September 2006 | by (Upstate New York) – See all my reviews

An interesting episode that concerns a son seeking vengeance against the judge who sentenced his father and uncle to prison 10 years before. And well done, too.

Potential spoiler: William Reynolds makes an appearance in this episode. Though uncredited, his presence is a welcome one. The rest of the cast is top notch, including Lloyd Nolan and a young Audrey Landers.

What also counts is that, in this late date, the show still manages to retains its high quality and to entertain. By this time, Watergate was taking its toll on the series. It's too bad, too. It remained a superb series right to the end.


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