Michael and Kitt join forces with an agile freelance agent called David Dalton to investigate the death of a government agent near the Mexican border. Dalton leads the investigation and ... See full summary »

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April Curtis (credit only)
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Joanna St. John
Charles Taylor ...
David Dalton (as L. Charles Taylor)
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Archibald
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Elton Mathews
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Tiara D'Arcy (as Patty Kotero)
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Eduardo O'Brian (as Pedro Armendariz)
Emily Banks ...
Priscella Ragsdale
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John Ragsdale
Chuck Lindsly ...
Steward
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Coyote
Arell Blanton ...
Frank
Tom Gilleran ...
Arthur Abrams
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Michael and Kitt join forces with an agile freelance agent called David Dalton to investigate the death of a government agent near the Mexican border. Dalton leads the investigation and stays close to Joanna St. John in order to protect her. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Action | Crime | Drama | Sci-Fi

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8 April 1984 (USA)  »

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This two hour TV movie is split up into two parts for syndication. See more »

Goofs

When David Dalton throws the rope over the helicopter's skid, the looped end attaches itself to the middle of the skid, between the front and back leg-braces. A lasso-noose cannot be attached to an enclosed (closed-loop) structure - there has to be an open-ended object for the rope-loop to settle over and tighten itself around. See more »

Quotes

Joanna St. John: You seem a study in contrast, you know. Even your name: Eduardo O'Brian. Are you Mexican or Irish?
Eduardo O'Brian: Both. My mother was Mexican, my father was Irish.
Joanna St. John: Aha.
Eduardo O'Brian: They had two things in common: Catholicism and sex. Neither was enough.
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Spin-off Code of Vengeance (1985) See more »

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Remember The Nights
Written by The Motels (uncredited)
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