While driving his van Ironside is struck by a woman while she is having a mild heart attack. Once in the hospital they discover her problem was caused by a bullet but she has no memory of being shot.

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Don Galloway ...
Don Mitchell ...
Elizabeth Baur ...
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Laura Keyes
James Luisi ...
Mike Purcell
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Daniel Keyes
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Dr. Furness
Paul Lambert ...
Joe McCraken
Virginia Paris ...
Helen Ortega (as Gina Alvarado)
Gene Tyburn ...
Hagan
Milt Kogan ...
Bernstein
Rudy Challenger ...
Twilling
Donna Gomez ...
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Linda Marie ...
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While driving his van Ironside is struck by a woman while she is having a mild heart attack. Once in the hospital they discover her problem was caused by a bullet but she has no memory of being shot.

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28 February 1974 (USA)  »

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The bullet that Laura has inside her is supposed to be near her heart. But when she is shown being shot, the shooter is pointing downward which would mean the bullet would not be anywhere near her heart. See more »

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On close examination
28 January 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Two presidents of the USA, Andrew Jackson and Theodore Roosevelt carried bullets in their bodies located near where Elizabeth Ashley carries her's in this Ironside story. Of course neither Andy or Ted was involved in any extra curricular romantic affair that got it there.

When Elizabeth Ashley gets into an automobile accident with the Chief it's discovered she's carrying a bullet real close to her heart when she's examined. She's real reluctant to talk about, not to Raymond and his squad and definitely not to her husband Donald Moffat.

Good reason the bullet matches a slug taken from a man who lost an election in a union local. Said local was under fire for a lot of shady transactions with their pension money.

Ashley's extracurricular love life is tied close to all this crookedness. How so, see this good Ironside episode to find out.


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