McCloud: Season 2, Episode 7

Give My Regrets to Broadway (23 Feb. 1972)

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When a police patrol officer is killed in a grenade ambush, McCloud finds out the cop was using blackmail -- including a Broadway theatrical producer (Uncle Miltie!) to advance the career of his daughter.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Malcolm Garnett
Louise Blanchard
Lane Bradbury ...
Carol Harrington
Det. Joe Broadhurst
Julian Franco (as Jeffrey Pomerantz)
Arthur Franz ...
Charlie Harrington
Regis Cordic ...
Partridge (as Regis J. Cordic)
Evelyn (as Jeane Byron)


When a police patrol officer is killed in a grenade ambush, McCloud finds out the cop was using blackmail -- including a Broadway theatrical producer (Uncle Miltie!) to advance the career of his daughter.

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Malcolm Garnett: Wrong! Wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong! This is nostalgia! Not parody, it's not burlesque, not camp! It's whimsy!... You people obviously do not understand what we're portraying here. These are the frollicing Forties. Simple years, clean years! World War Two. A war with a heart! A war that everybody could understand!... This is a war you came out of the theater whistling from. What is this, an amateur show? What am I running here? How did you ever get into showbusines, you kids, what are you, ...
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not one of the best due the use of 2 songs
15 October 2012 | by (Midian) – See all my reviews

McCloud is again, the playboy in New York. Every women, young or old falls for his way of life. And again, he has a fight going on, something new in the series. But it was the last episode in season 2 and it shows that they had to add a kind of compilation in it. They did it in the way that McCloud became a bit depressive when a colleague of him and is walking through New York. They used a country song and played it completely to use the compilation. Some shots were new others I had seen throughout season one and two. But again it's clearly to see the new build WTC as a skyline when McCloud is on a ferry. January 1972 was the first time the building came in use.

It's always weird to see the way of living back then. In one of the episodes you could see an airplane were they could smoke and didn't had safety belts. Here we can see that it was possible to smoke in a hospital.

The story itself is typical McCloud. Not that much of action. Still, by not using that much of action it is still watchable. But being a bit of a weak script it is not one of the best. The use of a whole country song and McCloud watching a repetition on stage with another whole song takes almost over 10 minutes of the episode.

Gore 0/5 Nudity 0/5 Story 3/5 Effects 0/5 Comedy 0/5

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