Ironside (1967–1975)
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Part of a play sheet found in a warehouse shows a theft ring includes one of the school-age basketball players coached by Mark. He asks Ironside to let him find out who it is.

Director:

Bill Foster

Writers:

Collier Young (created by), Arthur Weingarten
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Raymond Burr ... Robert T. Ironside
Don Galloway ... Det. Sgt. Ed Brown
Barbara Anderson ... Officer Eve Whitfield
Don Mitchell ... Mark Sanger
David Cassidy ... Danny Goodson
Pamela McMyler ... Jamie Wagner
Alan Oppenheimer ... Arnold Cane
Marion Brash Marion Brash ... Sarah Goodson
Allen Joseph ... Harry Goodson
Michael Hardstark Michael Hardstark ... Nick Fallese
Lee Clark Lee Clark ... Willie Greene
Victor Bozeman Victor Bozeman ... Detective Harry Waynar
Robert Sutton Robert Sutton ... Manny Fallese (as Raymond Sutton)
Gary Tigerman Gary Tigerman ... Gene Secunda
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Part of a play sheet found in a warehouse shows a theft ring includes one of the school-age basketball players coached by Mark. He asks Ironside to let him find out who it is.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 December 1969 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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David Cassidy's first television role as a dramatic actor. See more »

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Before the bubblegum
4 September 2013 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

A year before David Cassidy became the bubblegum teen idol courtesy of The Partridge Family he was guest star on this Ironside episode. He plays a troubled youth who has been sucked into a robbery scheme with a pair of brother punks who work for a fence played by Alan Openheimer who keeps his hands clean at all times.

The clue that makes Cassidy a person of interest is a sheet from a torn basketball play guide that was left at the scene of a robbery. Cassidy plays basketball among a group of youths at a youth center where he's mentored by Don Mitchell.

It's Mitchell who tries to get Cassidy to come clean. He's basically a decent kid who has a bad home life, a young woman he's fond of played by Pamela McMyler in a mental institution. Raymond Burr and the rest of the squad aren't far behind Mitchell though.

Not one of the better episodes as Cassidy is not really given good motivation for what he does. And Alan Openheimer's character as a fence with a heart of gold was a bit much to swallow.


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