Ironside: Season 3, Episode 11

L'Chayim (4 Dec. 1969)

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Ironside goes into action when a Hebrew school is vandalized. The rabbi, an acquaintance of the chief, is most concerned about a missing Torah. The sacred scroll, it turns out, is being held for ransom.

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Episode cast overview:
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Don Galloway ...
Barbara Anderson ...
Don Mitchell ...
David Opatoshu ...
Rabbi Farber
Shelly Novack ...
Jim Trannon
Hal Frederick ...
Rev. Hanley
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Clay Royce
Lillian Adams ...
Mrs. Farber
Hilly Hicks ...
Digby
Stephen Liss ...
Allie
Bill Quinn ...
Mr. Royce
Stephen Coit ...
Packer
M.J. Kane ...
Benny the Fence
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Ironside goes into action when a Hebrew school is vandalized. The rabbi, an acquaintance of the chief, is most concerned about a missing Torah. The sacred scroll, it turns out, is being held for ransom.

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The title is translated from the Hebrew meaning "to Life" and is used as a toast and as a song from the musical "Fiddler on the Roof". See more »

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Fencing a Torah
2 September 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The talents of Chief Ironside and his team are put to work on a break-in. But the break-in was at a synagogue where David Opatoshu is the rabbi. He and Raymond Burr have history, Opatoshu happened to be on the scene when the Chief was going through his greatest crisis, so Ironside commandeers the case for his squad.

The break-in was in a racially mixed neighborhood, but gang leader Hilly Hicks actually helps with the investigation as does Reverend Hal Frederick.

As it turns out a pair of really dumb crooks, Greg Mullavey and Shelley Novack are the ones who did the deed. No anti-Semitism involved, the synagogue looked like it was well kept up and might contain something valuable. Seeing these two clowns trying to fence a Torah was really something else.

An ironic and amusing episode.


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