Ironside: Season 4, Episode 6

The Lonely Way to Go (22 Oct. 1970)

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The investment manager for the police pension fund is charged with murdering his secretary. The man says he did it, but Ironside is puzzled by gaps in his confession and by large amounts of money the secretary had collected.

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Don Galloway ...
Barbara Anderson ...
Don Mitchell ...
Carl Betz ...
Jason Banning
Denny Miller ...
Matt Raddin
Johnny Seven ...
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Mrs. Talley
Gene Lyons ...
Sidney Clute ...
Leone
Paul Micale ...
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Dennis McCarthy ...
Joe
Donna Ouellette ...
Kathy Dana
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The investment manager for the police pension fund is charged with murdering his secretary. The man says he did it, but Ironside is puzzled by gaps in his confession and by large amounts of money the secretary had collected.

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The portrait of the dead women was painted by Thomas J. Wright, the same man who painted all of the paintings used in Night Gallery (1969). See more »

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Medicinal Stupor
30 September 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The secretary of an investment firm that handles the police pension fund for the SFPD is murdered and there are two likely suspects. One is Carl Betz the man at the fund whom she worked for and whom she was involved with at one time and the second is Denny Miller who is a struggling artist who has a day job as her building's janitor. At least according to one other Miller provides other services.

Betz looks like an early frontrunner. In fact he arrives at the police disheveled in appearance and thinking he might have done the deed in a medicinal stupor. Then Miller pops up as a suspect and the Ironside team has its work cut out.

Decent enough, but not the best for Raymond Burr and team.


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