The Streets of San Francisco: Season 3, Episode 22

Labyrinth (27 Feb. 1975)

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After a mob enforcer, still wearing his brass knuckles, falls to death from a high-rise hotel window, the police seal off the hotel and hunt for two other mobsters and the down-and-out boxer who was their planned target.

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Michael McGuire ...
Harry
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Judith
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Al Ginnis
Felice Orlandi ...
Jack Vincent
Shelly Novack ...
Pete
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Tony Fabrieze
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Inspector Landers
Ben Hammer ...
Mr. Daly
Claire Brennen ...
Marian Fabrieze
Tony Young ...
Gogo Friezell
Dave Willock ...
Clerk
Mike Falco ...
Bartender
Reuben Collins ...
Inspector Bill Tanner
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After a mob enforcer, still wearing his brass knuckles, falls to death from a high-rise hotel window, the police seal off the hotel and hunt for two other mobsters and the down-and-out boxer who was their planned target.

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****SPOILERS**** There's a labyrinth of sub-plots in this "Streets of San Francisco" episode that doesn't take place on the streets but the swanky Pieere Hotel when over the hill boxer Tony Farbreze played a sweaty and disheveled looking Don Gordon is hold up. Tony had double-crossed his mob controllers by knocking out cold up and coming future world welterweight champion Eddie Batista back in St. Louis. Now on the run he's finally tracked down by the mob who sent a trio of hit men Harry Jack & Brass Knockles Dom to pay him a visit. The three hit men are not up to the job of working over as well as murdering Tony with Brass knuckles Dom, the muscles of the trio, thrown out of a seven story window and Harry & Jack forced to flee Tony's hotel room for their very lives with Tony ending up with a bullet in his gut in the wild sludgiest.

Badly wounded and running for his life Tony ends up taking the swinging couple Judith & Pete as hostage as he's slowly bleeding to death unless he gets immediate medical help. Another thing is that former SFDP cop Al Ginnis the hotel security chief who was at the scene of the brawl, outside Tony's hotel room, and ended up freezing in his tracks doing nothing to stop it! With or heroes Det. Mike Stone and his young partner Inspector Steve Keller coming on the scene we just know things will be straighten out by the time the episode ends. But it's the brave and courageous Let. Stone who has to put his life on the line, by being kidnapped by Harry, to put and end to this crisis.

***SPOILERS*** Wild shootout at the top or roof of the Pierre Hotel has Inspector Keller come to his partners's Let. Stone rescue but his kidnapper Harry doesn't live long enough to stand trial. It's only Jack who has to face justice with his two partners Harry & Brass knuckles Dom being history by the time the "Streets of San Francisco" episode ended. As for the bleeding to death Tony Fabreze he does get the help, a blood transfusion, he so desperately needed to save his life as well as his ten years old son from his divorced wife coming to his side to give him the critical emotional support that he, with his wife or ex-wife deserting him, that needed far more then a blood transfusion.


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