Ironside: Season 7, Episode 10

The Hidden Man (29 Nov. 1973)

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A returning POW from Vietnam believes he saw his father at the airport. The man is supposed to be dead and since he was a decorated police officer, Ironside decides to investigate.

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Don Galloway ...
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Elizabeth Baur ...
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Mike Doyle
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Warren J. Kemmerling ...
Jack Doyle (as Warren Kemmerling)
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Stanley
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Tony Hudson
Harvey Jason ...
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A returning POW from Vietnam believes he saw his father at the airport. The man is supposed to be dead and since he was a decorated police officer, Ironside decides to investigate.

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A Tale of Two Fathers
14 January 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This Ironside episode deals with two fathers, one is an organized crime capo put into prison by the activities of the second who was a cop working undercover in his mob. Harold J. Stone sitting in the joint would like nothing better than to take revenge on Warren Kammerling. But Kammerling is in hiding, he's even hiding from his own son played by Cliff Potts who is a Green Beret on leave.

Stone may not do something about it from where he is , but Zalman King who is his son is a rich punk who has grown up on gangster lore even though the operation is now 100% legitimate. And Stone's former consigliere James Gregory would like to keep it that way.

Potts wants to see his father and nothing will deter him. So Raymond Burr and the team make that work for them. As for the outcome, the bad guys should have all listened to Gregory.

Zalman King gets acting honors as a really loathsome little punk who won't use the little gray cells.


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