The Streets of San Francisco: Season 3, Episode 5

I Ain't Marchin' Anymore (10 Oct. 1974)

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Keller goes undercover as a draft dodger to investigate an AWOL Marine's murder.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Burns ...
Ron Harris
Renne Jarrett ...
Kathy Hollander
Gaye Huston ...
Grace (as Gaye Huston Paull)
Joshua Bryant ...
Dr. Benjamin Blakely
Mr. Zahn
Peter D. Greene ...
Anthony Eisley ...
Jack Stauffer ...
Bob Zahn
Barbara Collentine ...
Mrs. Zahn
Dorothy Konrad ...
Charlotte Paulsen


Keller goes undercover as a draft dodger to investigate an AWOL Marine's murder.

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This episode has an unusual announcement before Act 1. The episode is about a "draft dodger" who has come back to the United States after fleeing to Canada. When the episode filmed in the Spring of 1974, desertion was still a crime, however, on Sept. 16, 1974, President Gerald R. Ford issued a proclamation that offered amnesty to those who evaded the draft during the Vietnam War and to those in the military who deserted their duty while serving. This episode aired after that decision was made on October 10, 1974, so the announcement was to clarify that the "story takes place in the Spring of 1974". See more »

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