After witnessing a distraught father's anguished plight, Ironside investigates the death of the man's daughter and finds himself becoming too emotionally involved in finding her killer.

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Robert T. Ironside
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Det. Sgt. Ed Brown
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Mark Sanger
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Fran Belding
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Wanda Bolen (as Patricia Sterling)
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Lt. Carl Reese
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Anton Bolen
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Billy Nero
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Johnny Andrews
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Elizabeth Cummings
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Marvin Greenleaf
Jan Arvan ...
Nick
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Charley
James Oliver ...
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After witnessing a distraught father's anguished plight, Ironside investigates the death of the man's daughter and finds himself becoming too emotionally involved in finding her killer.

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7 December 1972 (USA)  »

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Interestingly, Robert Ito plays a coroner in this episode. Of course, a few years later he would play a similar role as lab assistant Sam Fujiyama on Quincy M.E. (1976). Interestingly, Val Bisoglio another future "Quincy" cast member also appears in this episode. See more »

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At the last scene in Wanda's apartment, when the camera moves toward the door one can see Ironside's shadow on the floor. The movement of the shadow indicates that he got up out of his wheelchair. See more »

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Money Girl
Written by Marty Paich and David Paich
Sung by Carol Parks (as Carol Carmichael)
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Low Priority
13 December 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

From my former job at Crime Victims Board I can tell you just how low a priority hooker killings are. Even the Ironside squad wouldn't waste time on them. Except that the girl's father comes to visit Raymond Burr and when he puts a face and a name on the girl he becomes interested. And when the Chief is interested the others have to follow.

We see flashbacks of her at every place Burr visits checking out her friends and associates. Tisha Sterling shows us many different faces, from the hardboiled girl who stands up to pimp Don Pedro Colley, to the woman who reads borrowed Anna Karenina from bookstore owner Charles McGraw, to the one who gives down and out wino Val Bisoglio a cup of coffee. More in that line than others do we show different faces to different people.

In the end the case is solved and all I can say is that this kind of hazard also comes with the territory.


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