Ironside (1967–1975)
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Ironside, who has invested money in a controversial stage show, brings his team to a rehearsal when it's discovered one of its performers has died mysteriously from a drug overdose. With such a large cast there are any number of suspects.

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Alfred Cummings
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Kerry
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Rhoda (as Ella Edwards)
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Sandy Fonda
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Richard Bonner
Karen Arthur ...
Marge Bonner
Kenneth O'Brien ...
Kerwin Morgan
Kristin Helmore ...
Virginia
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Connie
Jan Fischer ...
Melissa (as Janice Fischer)
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Ironside, who has invested money in a controversial stage show, brings his team to a rehearsal when it's discovered one of its performers has died mysteriously from a drug overdose. With such a large cast there are any number of suspects.

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18 February 1971 (USA)  »

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Bob Ironside -- Angel
20 May 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The Ironside team is right on the scene of the crime as one of the cast members dies of a heroin overdose. Even before the medical examiner is there Raymond Burr concludes it was a hot shot involuntarily administered.

We further find out that it was an insulin needle stolen from the kit from diabetic Ellaraino one of the cast members. Later on another person is dispatched with some lethal hot sauce.

This 'play' is some avant garde guard kind of production, the last thing you would think our crusty chief would put his money in. The man does have many facets.

Diabetes is the key to catching the killer. See how knowledge about the disease nails the perpetrator.


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