Ironside (1967–1975)
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The Ghost of the Dancing Doll 

A friend of Ed's invites him to go fishing but when he arrives at the dock the friend is not only late, he appears to have completely vanished.

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Robert T. Ironside
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Det. Sgt. Ed Brown
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Mark Sanger
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Fran Belding
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Jerry Denton
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Debbie Dwyer
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Commissioner Dennis Randall
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Matty Millane
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Sal Reiger
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Helene
Ron Pinkard ...
Chief Borden
Del Monroe ...
Tom
Paul Factor ...
Eddie Caldwell
James Almanzar ...
County Officer
Rob Townsend ...
Jack Farrell
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A friend of Ed's invites him to go fishing but when he arrives at the dock the friend is not only late, he appears to have completely vanished.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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15 February 1973 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Interconnected
24 December 2013 | by See all my reviews

When SFPD Commissioner Gene Lyons asks Chief Ironside and his team to look into a situation involving a lot of organized crime movers and shakers all coming into town for a mini-Appalachian convention they've already got a case on their hands. It seems as though an old friend of Don Galloway's who has a criminal record Christopher Connelly is among the missing. Little do they know that the events are connected.

Connelly owns a charter fishing boat and the Dons, Galloway and Mitchell find it abandoned. They also fish a dead body out of the water and it's a known gangster. It's looking bad for Connelly, but Galloway refuses to give up.

In the end it works out all right and even the Chief is forced to admit that Connelly was a victim here. Good performance by Connelly as well as by Warner Anderson and Abner Biberman as a pair of organized crime bosses.


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