Small-town bias against a May-December romance is blocking Ironside's attempt to clear a murder suspect.

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Aaron Clark
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Elton Ferris
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Vicki Dunhill (as Kathy Cannon)
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Kate Dunhill
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Kenny Hall
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Small-town bias against a May-December romance is blocking Ironside's attempt to clear a murder suspect.

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1 February 1973 (USA)  »

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The title is based on a song written by Ernest R. Ball and James J. Walker, later mayor of New York City, "Will You Love Me In December as You Do In May?" See more »

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Tall order for Ironside
23 December 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

One of the weaker Ironside episodes is this one where Raymond Burr, Don Galloway, and Don Mitchell go up to help an old navy acquaintance of the Chief's. Not like this is going to be appreciated by the object of their concern Steve Forrest. His history with Burr in the navy isn't a good one.

Additionally for some reason the town is against him because this 50 something WWII veteran is wooing 19 year old Katherine Cannon. This is after he dumped her mother Madelyn Rhue. Like it's any of their business at all, but the cooperation the Ironside team should be getting is not forthcoming as to who burned down Forrest's house.

Sorry folks, but this one I really couldn't see.


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