The Streets of San Francisco: Season 5, Episode 23

Time Out (2 Jun. 1977)

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Four cons escape and their longtime prison guard dedicates himself to bringing them back personally, frustrating Stone and Robbins who are perpetually one step behind the man who knows his prisoners' every probable move.

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Sergeant Earl Eddie Mack, California Dept. of Corrections
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Jerry Washington
George McCallister ...
William 'Billy' Telson
Christina Hart ...
Nancy Telson
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Harold 'Harry' Kraft
Tom Rosqui ...
Joseph 'Joe' Kimberly
Davey Davison ...
Susan Mack
Ray Sharkey ...
Benny Lester
Kenneth O'Brien ...
Wes
Hal Buckley ...
Evan Taggart
Barbara Collentine ...
Mrs. McCandless
Lou Tiano ...
Cabbie
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Inspector Carson
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Four convicts, Washington, Telson, Kraft and Kimberly are going to a high school to speak to the students. Kraft sees a man with a gun, he takes it and uses the guards with them as shields. Later one of the guards tries to take them but is shot. Stone and Robbins arrive and learn that Washington and Telson only had a year or two left to serve while Kraft and Kimberly have longer sentences. Later the car is found and the other guard, Sgt. Mack is found. He tells them that Kraft and Kimberly are probably working together because Kimberly has some money stashed out of the country and Kraft is out to get the one who's responsible for his arrest and conviction. Washington is a druggie who's going to try to score. And Telson is going to locate his wife who stopped visiting him and answering his mail. Mack offers to help but Stone says they can handle it. But Mack feeling that they used him to escape sets out to find them himself. He finds Washington who runs and gets hurt. Stone warns Mack ... Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Sergeant Earl Eddie Mack, California Dept. of Corrections: I have a job to do, Inspector. Just like you, only mine's a little different. You arrest them, testify against them in court, and then send them to me for the next five-to-ten years. And I have to live with them.
Inspector Dan Robbins: But you don't have to brutalize them.
Sergeant Earl Eddie Mack, California Dept. of Corrections: I don't brutalize anyone. All I do is keep them there. The ugly things that happen inside are the things they do to each other, which are exactly the things they'd be doing to innocent people if they were out on the streets. Now if you object to ...
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