A teenage runaway claims Ed assaulted her while trying to remove her from a house full of hippies. Ironside investigates the possibility that someone else attacked the girl before Ed arrived.

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Terry (as Judy Brown)
Victor Creatore ...
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Cynthia Hull ...
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A teenage runaway claims Ed assaulted her while trying to remove her from a house full of hippies. Ironside investigates the possibility that someone else attacked the girl before Ed arrived.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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21 March 1968 (USA)  »

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The band at Freddy's pad was the Hook, a band under contract to Uni Records, owned by Universal Studios, producer of Ironside. When Ironside and a team of cops show up at the pad, the band breaks out in a fast, fuzz-toned version of the Ironside theme song! See more »

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A bad trip
7 February 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This Ironside story has Don Galloway in a real jackpot, after trying to rescue William Windom's daughter from a drug den in Haight-Asbury she winds up dead and he's accused of beating her while she was on a bad acid trip.

It turns that daddy's little girl led quite a double life, but it was crashing around her. Apparently a whole lot of the teens spent some time at the Haight especially at Cliff Osmond's drug palace. Osmond who graced a few Billy Wilder films plays an aging hippie trying to recapture his youth.

Normally this would have and should have been handled by Internal Affairs at SFPD. But I get the impression few ever say no to Chief Ironside. Fortunately Galloway is part of that Ironside team that Raymond Burr assembled.

I think anyone with a pair of working brain cells should figure out who really assaulted the victim. Still not a bad story.


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