Police Woman: Season 1, Episode 9

The Stalking of Joey Marr (22 Nov. 1974)

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Pepper escorts syndicate member Joey Marr to testify against his peers, but the two are tailed by hit men intent on killing Marr. Pepper and Crowley are angry to learn that the assignment is not what it appears to be.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Charles Dierkop ...
Ed Bernard ...
Joey Marr / Carl Rossi
Pepper Martin ...
Cliff Carnell ...
Med Flory ...
Tour Driver
John Crawford ...
Capt. Parks
Joe George ...
Sgt. Gallo (as Joseph George)
Phillip Terry ...
Sue Hathaway ...
Mrs. Smith (as Susan Shamroy)
David S. Cass Sr. ...
Highway Patrolman (as David Cass)
Desk Clerk #2
Ron Stokes ...
Larry Bates


In Mexico, Crowley persuades syndicate member Joey Marr to return to the United States and turn state's evidence against his peers. Pepper and Royster meet Marr in San Diego where he and Pepper pretend to be married until he can testify. However, the group is being followed by two hit men who disable Styles and blow-up Royster's car in an attempt to silence Marr. Pepper and Marr manage to escape, and after a car chase with the hit men, they seek refuge in a seaside hotel. Back in Los Angeles, Crowley learns that he and the team have been duped in the Marr case. Meanwhile, Pepper inadvertently discovers Joey's true identity, and the two become much more intimate as the hired killers close in on them. Pepper attempts to get herself and Marr safely back to Los Angeles, but her efforts culminate in tragedy. Written by Skip Eastport

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22 November 1974 (USA)  »

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