McMillan & Wife: Season 1, Episode 7

An Elementary Case of Murder (1 Mar. 1972)

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Numerous bits of evidence indicate McMillan's former girlfriend shot and killed her husband, but the commissioner wants all of the facts before an arrest is made. (Script recycled and ... See full summary »

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Nancy Walker ...
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Lee Richards
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Ben Matthews
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Cunningham
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Deputy D.A. Chapman
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Errol Wilson
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Officer Fred, Sausalito PD
Eve McVeagh ...
Mrs. Denny
Susanne Zenor ...
Virginia Duke (as Suzanne Zenor)
Marjorie Bennett ...
Manager (as Marjorie E. Bennett)
Byron Morrow ...
Dr. Jackson
Selma Diamond ...
Gas Station Attendant
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Numerous bits of evidence indicate McMillan's former girlfriend shot and killed her husband, but the commissioner wants all of the facts before an arrest is made. (Script recycled and expanded from "Ironside", Season 2, Episode 9, An Obvious Case of Guilt, which aired 11/14/1968). Written by rbecker28

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This "extra" episode (ordered by NBC long after the production company had wrapped for the season) features Susan Saint James' real-life pregnancy. In the opening of the show, she's seen going to her obstetrician for a prenatal checkup (complications developed and she goes by ambulance). That baby is not mentioned in subsequent episodes. See more »

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Remake of Ironside: An Obvious Case of Guilt (1968) See more »

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Until It's Time for You to Go
Original Music and Lyrics by Buffy Sainte-Marie
Performed by Barbara McNair
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