On vacation in the mountains, Ironside tries to find a former hunting buddy. The chief is then kidnapped by a wealthy rancher and his son, who have been plotting to steal the land belonging to Ironside's old friend.

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On vacation in the mountains, Ironside tries to find a former hunting buddy. The chief is then kidnapped by a wealthy rancher and his son, who have been plotting to steal the land belonging to Ironside's old friend.

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24 October 1968 (USA)  »

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Beautiful Scenic Gold Strike
17 February 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

While Don Galloway and Barbara Anderson hold down the fort in San Francisco, Raymond Burr and Don Mitchell go up into the Sierras to visit an old friend of Chief Ironside's a hermit like dude who lives way up in the mountains in a cabin, where boyfriends used to excavate for mines with Darling Clementine.

Only the friend ain't there and in fact the Chief and Mark Sanger find a spot where they think he's buried. And the law as represented by the local police chief Ron Hayes is in on the plot.

This one was truly harebrained given Raymond Burr's prominence in San Francisco do they really think they could make him disappear? But it gives us a chance to see that even though Burr hasn't got the use of his legs, he's one resourceful fellow. The locals of Gold Strike, California haven't got a chance.


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