Officer Whitfield is shot and critically wounded in a pawn-shop holdup. As Ironside works to solve the crime, he recalls how he first met Eve several years earlier while he was still walking and she was a rich society girl.

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Officer Whitfield is shot and critically wounded in a pawn-shop holdup. As Ironside works to solve the crime, he recalls how he first met Eve several years earlier while he was still walking and she was a rich society girl.

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21 November 1968 (USA)  »

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Officer Eve Whitfield: What sign were you born under?
Det. Sgt. Ed Brown: It said Wesley Memorial Hospital. Why?
Officer Eve Whitfield: Not that kind of sign. Sign of the zodiac, astrological sign.
[Ed doesn't answer]
Officer Eve Whitfield: Here's my horoscope for today: "You will have a dramatic surprise." How about that?
Det. Sgt. Ed Brown: Now it's my time to say, "Oh boy."
Officer Eve Whitfield: All right. Listen to this: "Born leader, shrewd, decisive, commanding, warm, and generous, and yet an implacable foe of injustice." Whom does that describe?
Det. Sgt. Ed Brown: Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Robert T. Ironside, but not ...
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Ever since Eve
23 February 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Barbara Anderson happens to be on the scene of a pawn shop holdup and gets shot and critically wounded there. Between their deep concern for their colleague, the Chief has Ed Brown and Mark Sanger working round the clock to apprehend the shooter. In the meantime their private thoughts go back to their earlier dealings with Eve Whitfield even before Chief Ironside was paralyzed in his own shooting incident.

We learn that Eve was a Knob Hill debutante who was pretty much a party animal. It was Raymond Burr who gave her a sense of duty and purpose and she decided on a career as a cop.

I was a bit amused at Raymond Burr upbraiding Don Galloway for packing a .357 magnum. All I could think was Chief Ironside having that conversation with that other SFPD detective Harry Callahan.

Irene Hervey has a nice turn as Barbara Anderson's mother.

For the story of Eve.


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