In Las Vegas in police business, Ed meets a pretty singer, takes her to dinner and later to her home, where she abruptly leaves and Ed is assaulted. Ironside investigates the connection ... See full summary »

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In Las Vegas in police business, Ed meets a pretty singer, takes her to dinner and later to her home, where she abruptly leaves and Ed is assaulted. Ironside investigates the connection between Ed's assailants and the mysterious young lady. Written by dav3id-2

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21 December 1967 (USA)  »

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An unusual one
31 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of the episodes that cast the spotlight on one of the younger members of the cast - this time, Ed. (Mark barely appears in this one, and Eve - most unusually - has only one costume through her many short-short scenes).

So, it seems that Ed spent an evening in Vegas with a doomed chanteuse (Susan St. James with young Liza Minnelli looks and a Rosemary Clooney voice). The songbird acted depressed and fatalistic, and the date ended in violence. Chief Ironside will eventually link the tragic girl with a big mob murder.

This downbeat episode isn't the most polished, but it is remarkable for its depiction of sexual rivalry. Poor Susan St. James is the pretty pawn that various men prey upon. It is not at all like the usual Ironside episode.


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