Ironside (1967–1975)
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An Obvious Case of Guilt 

Numerous bits of evidence indicate Ironside's former girlfriend shot and killed her husband, but the chief wants all of the facts before an arrest is made. Ironside also thinks the "victim" might still be alive.

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Robert T. Ironside
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Mark Sanger
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Commissioner Dennis Randall
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Eve McVeagh ...
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1st Grocer (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
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Cunningham
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Middle-Aged Woman
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John Bellows
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Numerous bits of evidence indicate Ironside's former girlfriend shot and killed her husband, but the chief wants all of the facts before an arrest is made. Ironside also thinks the "victim" might still be alive. (Script recycled and expanded in "McMillan & Wife", Season 1, Episode 7, An Elementary Case of Murder, which aired 03/01/1972). Written by dave6562, additional note by rbecker28

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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14 November 1968 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Remade as McMillan & Wife: An Elementary Case of Murder (1972) See more »

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The Chief's old flame
22 February 2017 | by See all my reviews

Anne Baxter and Warren Stevens are the guest stars in this Ironside story of an old flame of Raymond Burr counting on him to get her off a murder rap. There's a recording of a murder on one of those old reel to reel tapes, but no body. Difficult to prove murder without one of those for Stevens.

So the Ironside team goes to work in a manner of speaking for the defense. The husband was a man who liked to play around, but apparently was most discreet. His playground was in a remote part of the Northern California coastline.

In the end justice is served, there's two murders not one and the planning was most elaborate. A little too elaborate which is what brings about justice.


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