McCloud (1970–1977)
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Who Says You Can't Make Friends in New York City? 

When McCloud wins a gunfight with a hit man, he suspects the hired gun was sent by a smooth businessman with his finger in many pies.

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Aldon F. Flanders
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Ellen Childs
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Ralph Story ...
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Boots Walker
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Elevator Operator
Charles H. Gray ...
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2nd Policeman
Jerry Crews ...
1st Reporter
Ray Ballard ...
2nd Reporter
Hollis Morrison ...
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Patti Heider ...
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When McCloud wins a gunfight with a hit man, he suspects the hired gun was sent by a smooth businessman with his finger in many pies.

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The title misquoted the quote which was, "Who says you can't make new friends in New York?" See more »

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As this is the first episode of the series, Season 1, Episode 1, McCloud doing a TV press conference would make it impossible for him to do undercover police work as he did throughout the run of the series. See more »

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Elevator Operator: The best thing about not taking sides, Mack, is knowing you ain't on a wrong one.
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4 August 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Most New Yorkers that I know including me when I lived there would have known what elevator operator Johnny Silver was talking about when he tells Dennis Weaver don't get involved. He was quite right, you never know who's in the right and you interfere and both sides will hate you. That part about which side being right, I've seen bad interference make a situation worse because you don't know who is in the right.

But when Marj Dusay screams McCloud comes running from his hotel room across the hall and finds her with Carl Betz. Afterward Dusay seeks out McCloud's help, but then he's attacked by a professional hit man and Dusay disappears.

I can't go much beyond this except that both Dusay and Betz are pieces of work. But one of them winds up dead and the other is responsible. And the other nearly does in the visiting marshal.

The suspense is well done in this McCloud story.


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