Ironside: Season 7, Episode 1

Confessions: From a Lady of the Night (13 Sep. 1973)

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Ironside becomes embroiled in a scandal, both personal and professional, when a scandal rag prints a story by a lady of the evening claiming he had slept with her and that he failed to properly work a case.

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Ironside becomes embroiled in a scandal, both personal and professional, when a scandal rag prints a story by a lady of the evening claiming he had slept with her and that he failed to properly work a case.

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Agatha Mott
1 January 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Commissioner Gene Lyons calls in Chief Ironside and says that Raymond Burr's squad is now assigned to two tasks. To find out where a certain magazine is getting some inside information about the Chief himself and to get cracking on a missing persons case of an actor and his socialite wife. On the latter no one even knows they're missing until the magazine points it out.

I had some problems with Lynn Carlin's character who is the editor of the scandal sheet magazine who melts a little too easily to Raymond Burr's charm offensive. But that is made up for by what Dorothy Malone does with her character of a former night nurse at the hospital. Her connection with Burr is one at the trauma unit where he was brought in after suffering the paralyzing bullet wound.

And she has a connection to the missing couple as well. Malone is the main reason to see this Ironside episode. Her performance is simple, but truly touching.

A must for the fans of Dorothy Malone.


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