A series of break-ins are reported without anything being stolen and the evidence seems to point to a halfway house being run by an ex-con.

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(as Christian Nyby II)

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(created by), (as Irving Pearlberg)
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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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Lou Karns
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Harvey Williford
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Luther Benson (as Paul E. Winfield)
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Pete Karns
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The Dancer
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Storey
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Peter Ferguson
Philip Kenneally ...
Frankie Kellner
Jim Pelham ...
Speedy Robbins (as Jimmy Pelham)
George Sawaya ...
Cabbie
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A series of break-ins are reported without anything being stolen and the evidence seems to point to a halfway house being run by an ex-con.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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13 January 1972 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Unbending gets bent
22 June 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The very unbending Chief Robert Ironside when it comes to his job bends the law all out of shape here when it comes to helping out a friend trying to keep his halfway house for ex-cons open and functioning. In fact Pat Hingle who back in the day was one of the best safecrackers around is up against it trying to keep his charity afloat.

What to do but ripoff some numbers runners and who are they going to call. Not the police, but things could get bad if they figure out who's behind the loss of their revenue.

Most memorable in this story is a performance by Paul Winfield as one of the runners. But what might work in a show like The Rockford Files or even McCloud doesn't work for Ironside.


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