When a parolee whom Stone once coached in the Police Athletic League is accused of murdering another ex-con, Stone, Keller and a caring social worker rally to his defense.

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(teleplay) (as Charles A. McDaniel), (teleplay) | 4 more credits »
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Bobby Jepsen
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Irene Jepsen
Scott Walker ...
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Mickey McFee
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Herb Shako
Booth Colman ...
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Young Man
Pepe Callahan
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Manager of Apartments
Carey Wong ...
Manager's Grandson (as Carey Kevin Wong)
Winifred Mann
Lenore Kasdorf ...
Ms. Allen, Cruise Ticket Seller
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When a parolee whom Stone once coached in the Police Athletic League is accused of murdering another ex-con, Stone, Keller and a caring social worker rally to his defense.

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Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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11 November 1972 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Goofs

When Bobby inserts a piece of paper into the type writer to demonstrate his typing skills, it's an old fashioned mechanical type. Next shot showing him typing it becomes an IBM Selectric. See more »

Quotes

Inspector Steve Keller: [In response to Stone implying that because of work he'll cancel his planned Hawaiian vacation] You know you really are a character. You don't trust anybody with your city, do ya?
Detective Lt. Mike Stone: My city? What are you talkin' about, "my city"?
Inspector Steve Keller: You know what I'm talking about; it's the truth. You don't take ten minutes for lunch, how are you gonna go take ten days sittin' under a tree?
Detective Lt. Mike Stone: I'll tell you what I'm gonna take - I'm gonna take you apart in just ten seconds!
Inspector Steve Keller: All right, Lieutenant, that's it.
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