Mike Logan hires Dan to find his daughter Jenny's rapist. Bella discovers that the serial rapist targets slender blondes in their late teens. When the rapist kills a victim, Jenny becomes a witness and Bea becomes a decoy.

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Mike Logan
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Mike Logan hires Dan to find his daughter Jenny's rapist. Bella discovers that the serial rapist targets slender blondes in their late teens. When the rapist kills a victim, Jenny becomes a witness and Bea becomes a decoy.

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15 November 1978 (USA)  »

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Mike Logan is the character name of Chris Noth on Law and Order See more »

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When the Jeep tire blows, the closeup shows the front right tire. When they exit the Jeep, they both look at the front left tire. See more »

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Robert Reed and Maureen McCormick reunited
29 November 2013 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Pageant" reunites Robert Reed and Maureen McCormick four years after THE BRADY BUNCH came to an end, again cast as father and daughter, but in a much more serious vein. Reed plays ruthless businessman Mike Logan, whose 18 year old daughter Jenny is viciously raped and brutally beaten in a parking lot. Logan hires Dan Tanna to find the attacker, who has struck repeatedly over the previous month, always teenage blondes, all connected to a beauty pageant where Bea (Phyllis Davis) handles the choreography. Reed's initially vengeful father is overcome with emotion as Dan shows him evidence of the rapist's latest crime; the girl's death convinces his daughter to come clean and identify her assailant. Bea herself must help set a trap for the culprit (Michael Swan, who never speaks a word), an electrician recently transferred from another state. Phyllis Davis was joined by her former co-star from 1970's "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls," the equally gorgeous Dolly Read, here billed under her married name, Dolly Martin (she is the widow of LAUGH-IN's Dick Martin). We get to hear Inga Swenson without the accent she used on SOAP and BENSON; there's also a short cameo as a lifeguard from still handsome Peter Brown, former star of LAWMAN and LAREDO.


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