While in Los Angeles for a prisoner exchange, Ed gets mugged by a couple of thugs and thrown down a hillside. With no I.D. the local cops throw him into jail.

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Caine
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Dewey
Rudy Solari ...
Buckner
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Police Det. Sgt. Tulley
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Dale Madigan
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Tony Watts (as Jonathan Lippe)
Bill Fletcher ...
Wolf
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Lt. Dacker
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Walker
Dan Barton ...
Ephren
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While in Los Angeles for a prisoner exchange, Ed gets mugged by a couple of thugs and thrown down a hillside. With no I.D. the local cops throw him into jail.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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9 November 1972 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The song in the opening was written by father and son team, Marty and David Paich, and sung by Bread's James Griffin. Five years later, David Paich went on to form the rock band Toto. See more »

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The Other Side
by Marty Paich & David Paich
Sung by James Griffin
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One of the best of the whole series

Don't be surprised if you see Raymond Burr in only a few sequences here. He directs the whole stuff. So this explains that. He can't be in front and behind the camera in the same time. And besides, this is an above average - as Leo Malteen would say - episode, if you compare with the rest of the series. Don Stroud of course plays the villain, a fierce inmate of the Don Galloway's character who is falsely sent behind bars. Very good directing, and enhanced by a beautiful soundtrack, which is very unusual for the series. This episode looks like a movie, not a TV stuff.


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