Ironside (1967–1975)
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A Drug on the Market 

Stakeholders in a pharmaceutical company try to gain approval for a dangerous anti-rejection medicine just before a lucrative merger. Ironside thinks the owner knows who has been frightening her with accidents and strange voices.

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Stakeholders in a pharmaceutical company try to gain approval for a dangerous anti-rejection medicine just before a lucrative merger. Ironside thinks the owner knows who has been frightening her with accidents and strange voices.

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6 March 1969 (USA)  »

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Drug on the market
7 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

It seems that no IMDb user has commented this episode yet, although the others before and after have all been. Well, that series that I know since my childhood needs to be watched again after all those years because, at that time, I missed most of the episodes ; I don't even think the whole show was aired in France. This story is about drugs, a wealthy lady friend of our male lead - Raymond Burr - had a car accident because of drug use, or would I say abuse. That's the genesis of the plot. The sixties and early seventies. For the rest, no real surprise here, only those late sixties atmosphere could be interesting, and that's a Barry Shear directing. The film maker that gave us ACROSS 110TH STREET, and DEADLY TRACKERS brutal and downbeat gems that only late sixties and early seventies gave us.


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