Mike is kidnapped, drugged and left for dead on an abandoned salvage ship. Miraculously, he survives and attempts to piece together clues and fractured memories, believing it's somehow connected to a case he is working on.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Duke Paige
Hank Cottle
Marcella Pierce
Murray MacLeod ...
Ben Cottle
Mrs. Kingston
Wesley Lau ...
Defense Attorney
Fred Holliday ...
Prosecuting Attorney
Mark Tapscott ...
Lt. Martinson
Med Flory ...
Truck Driver
Nick Dennis ...
Jerome Guardino ...
Cab Driver


Mike believes the man who has come to get him is the cabbie scheduled to drive him to the Institute for the Blind where he has been requested to make a presentation. In reality, the man is one of three people, two men and a woman, who kidnap him. Drugging him with a hallucinogen, they leave him to die on an abandoned cargo ship in dock. Nikki, Duke and Mrs. Kingston eventually learn that he is missing when the Institute tells them that not only did Mike not show up, but that they never made the request for the presentation. Fifteen hours later, Mike escapes and is able to make his way home. After the drug wears off and he being a little worse for wear, Mike has no idea what happened during those fifteen hours, from when he was drugged almost immediately after entering the cab to when he woke up in bed. Mike, Duke and Nikki go through the painstaking process of reviewing the close to one thousand cases on which Mike has worked or is working for anyone who may have a grudge, tying it ... Written by Huggo

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30 September 1971 (USA)  »

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Routine 70's episode

I don't think this TV show has ever been released in France at this time, the seventies. As far it were, I don't remember it. So that's the first time I watch this series. Well, nothing exceptional here, but I rather like the seventies atmosphere. The settings, stories, characters and James Franciscus is here at his peak. I guess the french audiences would have liked this character. As another user said, you can think of Raymond Burr in IRONSIDE TV show; the only difference is that Burr was not blind but paralysed, in a wheel chair.

I will watch all the episodes I have in DVD. But I don't think I will comment them all. Concerning this one, the topic has already been told in the plot line above. Nthing spcial to add. Period.

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