Ironside (1967–1975)
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The People Against Judge McIntire 

Leland McIntyre asks Ironside to find out who is trying to kill him. Eve finds several students connected with the eight-year-old murder case the judge is reenacting in Mark's law class. Ed sits in so he can be a bodyguard for McIntyre.

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Judge Leland McIntire
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Mrs. Evelyn McIntire
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Laurence Drescher (as Alan Hale)
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Lee R. Anderson
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Joanna Leigh
Stuart Thomas ...
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Leland McIntyre asks Ironside to find out who is trying to kill him. Eve finds several students connected with the eight-year-old murder case the judge is reenacting in Mark's law class. Ed sits in so he can be a bodyguard for McIntyre.

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8 October 1970 (USA)  »

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Father and daughter James Daly and Tyne Daly appear together in this episode (although the characters they play are not father and daughter). See more »

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Remake of Checkmate: Trial by Midnight (1962) See more »

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Moot court gets lively
26 September 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This Ironside episode gives Don Mitchell as Mark Sanger a chance to shine as we go inside his law school class where Judge James Daly is recreating one of his famous trial for moot court. But moot court gets a bit lively as threats are made against Daly and his wife Mala Powers and people connected with the original murder trial where Daly gave the perpetrator a death sentence start showing up.

A little too coincidental and contrived for my taste. A pity because Don Mitchell really owns this episode and does a wonderful job as the defense attorney in the moot court. He really gets under Daly's skin and they have a great scene together.

It's a family affair as daughter Tyne Daly plays one of his law school students and the skipper Alan Hale, Jr. is also in the story.

But way too contrived.


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