Harry O (1973–1976)
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When members of a therapy group turn up murdered, the group psychiatrist suspects one of the members and hires Harry to investigate.

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Bump
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Rusty
Jay Robinson ...
Karl Singleton
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John Grant
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Cary
Mary-Robin Redd ...
Millie
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Phyllis
Dave Shelley ...
Simons
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Doctor
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John Mark Robinson ...
Student
Mathilda Calnan ...
Maid
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When members of a therapy group turn up murdered, the group psychiatrist suspects one of the members and hires Harry to investigate.

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13 November 1975 (USA)  »

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Joanna Pettet and David Janssen were good friends and this is the 4th time they co-starred together on TV, beginning with The Fugitive: Shadow of the Swan (1966). See more »

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Lt. K.C. Trench: You wouldn't be bent on questioning the workshop cast, would you?
Harry Orwell: Oh, no, no, no, I'm just here to get tickets for the next performance.
Lt. K.C. Trench: Of what?
Harry Orwell: Merchant of Venice.
Lt. K.C. Trench: Why this sudden surge of interest in the classics, Orwell?
Harry Orwell: It's not for me; it's for a friend.
Lt. K.C. Trench: Who?
Harry Orwell: Huh? I can't tell you that.
Lt. K.C. Trench: Yes, you can. If you wish to avoid a surfeit of legwork.
Harry Orwell: A surfeit of legwork, well...
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Group Terror
26 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

This episode starts with a murder in a shower and unfolds as a whodunit. It is somewhat complex and plot driven. But the more interesting part of the show is the interaction between Harry and Lt. Trench. They have great dialogue and are a lot of fun to watch. The scenes with Harry and Breda (actress Joanna Pettet) are also good. They have an easy rapport.

The list of suspects are part of a therapy group run by Dr. Breda Beach. There's a Vietnam vet, a paralyzed former stuntman, the victim's girlfriend, and others. During the investigation, Harry goes undercover and joins the group. He's roughed up, another murder is committed, and an attempt is made on the psychiatrist's life before Harry solves the case.

David Janssen, Anthony Zerbe and Joanna Pettet are particularly good. They are at the top of their game in this.


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