McCloud: Season 3, Episode 2

The Barefoot Stewardess Caper (3 Dec. 1972)

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Flight attendants on the European beat assemble a jewelry collection by stealing it piecemeal, and murdering anyone who stands in their way.

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Vicki Erickson
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Inspector Mills
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Calvin Jones
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Eva Mueller
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Alex Demarest
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Brian Stone
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Ivor Barry ...
Sir Thomas Langdon
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David Frankham ...
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Flight attendants on the European beat assemble a jewelry collection by stealing it piecemeal, and murdering anyone who stands in their way.

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Globetrotting with McCloud
6 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Fun entry in the adventures of Dennis Weaver's McCloud encapsulates most of what the series was about but with a bit of a travelogue tossed in.

On his usual gig subbing with the NYPD McCloud accidentally stumbles across a stolen cache from an international ring of jewel thieves who also happen to be stewardesses and the chase is on! While he jets from country to country in pursuit the the chief of police back home grumbles and growls amusingly.

While the story is hardly revolutionary it enables Weaver to pursue his theories across several countries, end up in the hoosegow a couple of times and for the viewer to see some exotic locations while enjoying Weaver's easy going charm and dogged efforts.

The countries are more implied than shown but what is shown is flashy and handsome and the guest cast filled with some notables of the time.

In the role of ringleader is the suave Patrick O'Neal and among his accomplices two beautiful actresses who were everywhere in the seventies, Jo Ann Pflug and consort to the stars Britt Ekland. While none of their roles require much acting they all make them more interesting through their glamour and presence.

Nothing extraordinary but a solid representation of what the series was about.


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