The Streets of San Francisco: Season 2, Episode 20

Inferno (14 Feb. 1974)

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Two firemen are killed in a warehouse fire, one of them Stone's friend, and he and Keller are drawn into an arson investigation.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Marty Wallach
Paul Wallach
John Larch ...
Jack O'Moore
Kaz Garas ...
Katherine Justice ...
Katherine Wallach
Richard Ely ...
Anthony Charnota ...
Nick Green
Curt Conway ...
Herb Rockwell
David Moses ...
Gil Porter
Bill Zuckert ...
Robert Casper
Tony Haig ...


Two firemen are killed in a warehouse fire, one of them Stone's friend, and he and Keller are drawn into an arson investigation.

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