While attending a party to set up a magazine interview, Ironside witnesses the near murder of it's playboy publisher.

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While attending a party to set up a magazine interview, Ironside witnesses the near murder of it's playboy publisher.

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11 January 1973 (USA)  »

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Skin and social commentary
19 December 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

It's only Raymond Burr and Don Galloway covering the action in this Ironside episode. Elizabeth Baur is holding down the fort and Don Mitchell is off learning the law.

Someone takes a shot and wounds Sandy Baron who is a Hugh Hefner like character who runs a magazine of skin and social commentary. He's backed by millionaire Barry Sullivan who has no objection to the skin, but has some questions as to editorial policy and some of the articles. But it may all be in the family soon as Baron may wed top fashion model Leslie Charleson who is Sullivan's daughter.

One who knows he's a user is Melendy Britt who a decade earlier was in Charleson's place. Another may be ex-fighter Robert Viharo who has done time and is paroled to Baron.

All I can say is that it's quite an intricate scheme of attempted murder and failure the first time won't deter our perpetrator from the objective.


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