Stone and Robbins cross paths with two men pushed to their breaking points: an ex-con nursing a grudge against the former assistant district attorney who put him in prison and a struggling small businessman with a hot temper.

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Stone and Robbins cross paths with two men pushed to their breaking points: an ex-con nursing a grudge against the former assistant district attorney who put him in prison and a struggling small businessman with a hot temper.

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12 May 1977 (USA)  »

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Excellent, tense, involving episode
12 July 2014 | by (Chicago, IL USA) – See all my reviews

Some really good actors guesting in this episode: Pernell Roberts, George Murdock, Sharon Acker, and Lawrence Pressman. Pernell Roberts does a particularly impressive, convincing, and affecting job as a beleaguered businessman whose world seems to be falling apart on all fronts. George Murdock is AMAZING as an ex-con with a grudge that won't quit against a lawyer who's part of Roberts' problems. Well-plotted and paced, engrossing story that makes you care about the characters. I was surprised how good it was for an episode of "Streets". Interesting footnote: Four years later, Murdock was a guest actor on an episode of Roberts' "Trapper John, M.D.", which coincidentally was ALSO set in San Francisco.


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