Stone is sidelined with a broken ankle, so Keller teams up with hot-headed Inspector Jim Martin to track down a young Mexican suspected of murder. But Martin's prejudice against Mexicans threatens the investigation's success.

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Inspector James 'Jim' Martin, SFPD
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Rafael Diaz
Carmen Zapata ...
Mrs. Martinez
Priscilla Garcia ...
Juanita Diaz
Armand Alzamora ...
Officer Ruiz
Valentin de Vargas ...
Emilio Loza (as Val De Vargas)
Solomon Sturges
Shelly Novack ...
Johnson
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Mrs. Elliott
Victor Campos ...
Compos - Pool Room Hood
Al Checco ...
Mr. Candoni, pool room operator
Pepe Hern ...
Mr. Gomez, merchant who finds dead body
Ruben Moreno
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Stone is sidelined with a broken ankle, so Keller teams up with hot-headed Inspector Jim Martin to track down a young Mexican suspected of murder. But Martin's prejudice against Mexicans threatens the investigation's success.

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Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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4 November 1972 (USA)  »

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Two stars from the 1960 film "The Magnificent Seven" were "reunited" but had no scenes together. They were actors Valentin de Vargas who had played "Santos, Calvera Henchman" (uncredited) and Pepe Hern who played "Tomas" , one of the three natives of the town that hired the original seven. See more »

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Detective Lt. Mike Stone: Don't you ever answer the phone?
Inspector Steve Keller: Not when it's in the refrigerator, no.
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a well-crafted episode
8 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I stumbled on this episode by accident, wanting something to watch on TV while I ate lunch on Friday, after an intense week of work. I was intrigued to see Arthur Nadel as the director. He was one of the most experienced film editors in Hollywood, but I had not known he also directed more than 50 TV programs. This episode is well-written, well-directed (and edited) and well-acted. The acting is lower key than most police shows of the time (early 1970s). David Hatch guest stars as a rookie detective with an intense hatred of Hispanics. He does excellent work here, as do Douglas and Malden, and the other cast. It may be that Nadel is responsible, at least in part, for the good performances, but one never knows in episodic television. All in all I was pleasantly surprised. I would definitely put this episode in a collection of TV episodic dramas that should be preserved for the future.


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