Mark's boyhood pal, now a pro football star, refuses Ironside's request to start a sports program for inner-city youths. The gridiron hero then discovers his recently-paroled younger brother has been working for illegal bookmakers.

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Mark's boyhood pal, now a pro football star, refuses Ironside's request to start a sports program for inner-city youths. The gridiron hero then discovers his recently-paroled younger brother has been working for illegal bookmakers.

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2 November 1967 (USA)  »

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The title is a biblical reference to Moses' request of the Pharaoh in Exodus: "Let my people go." See more »

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A conflicted man
12 June 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

An old friend of Don Mitchell's can be the key to Chief Ironside's pilot program to reach inner city youth. Ivan Dixon, late of Hogan's Heroes plays a pro-football star who grew up in the same neighborhood as Mitchell did. But he's reluctant to help out.

Dixon has a brother played by Don Marshall who didn't quite turn out the same as Dixon. On parole he's a low level numbers runner who is looking to move up in the criminal world. He also has a nasty gambling addiction.

Raymond Burr sees Dixon as the way to reach kids before they make the same bad choices Marshall did. And Dixon does fine in this episode about a very conflicted man.


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