McCloud (1970–1977)
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Our Man in Paris 

When McCloud is summoned to JFK Airport by Chief Clifford, he finds Clifford held hostage by two crooks, one of whom keeps Clifford company at home while the second goes with McCloud on a ... See full summary »

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Marcel Hillaire ...
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Detective Polk
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Captain Anderson
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Rico Cattani ...
Maupin
Jacques Foti ...
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When McCloud is summoned to JFK Airport by Chief Clifford, he finds Clifford held hostage by two crooks, one of whom keeps Clifford company at home while the second goes with McCloud on a pair of phony diplomatic passports to Paris, with this mission of concluding a secret business deal with smugglers. When McCloud gets out of the net, he and a friendly stewardess must track down the second thug and catch him before he can order Clifford murdered. Written by Peter Harris

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21 October 1970 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Peter B. Clifford: Good luck.
Sam McCloud: Yes, sir. I think you're gonna need it more than I will. All I got facing me is a trip to Paris.
Peter B. Clifford: Well, bon voyage.
Sam McCloud: There you go.
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Paris In The Spring
3 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

I have to say that the crooks in this McCloud episode were trying to pull off one daring plan. Capturing none other than Chief Clifford at Kennedy Airport and then using the hostage Chief for leverage in order to get the visiting Marshal from Taos to deliver an attaché case with a lot of money to Paris.

With some hurriedly supplied visas from Terry Carter, Dennis Weaver and one of the crooks going as Chief Clifford it's off to Paris. But it's not all grim business. Weaver gets to travel with stewardess Susan Strassberg who kind of likes the marshal from Taos. He's definitely not what she usually sees in New York or Paris.

Not one of the better McClouds, but still decent enough for the fans.


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