Ironside (1967–1975)
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Ironside investigates an accidental electrocution that Ed thinks is a murder and finds a pattern of murder and greed over a Swiss bank account in which a group of WWII veterans have stored loot from a bank heist during the war.

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... Robert T. Ironside
... Johnny Corman
... Andra Bellingham
... Andy Sheldon
... Det. Sgt. Ed Brown
... Officer Eve Whitfield
... Mark Sanger
... Leon Soo
... Hotel Clerk
... General
Arthur Adams ... Doctor
Lenore Kingston ... Maid
... Sgt. Cable
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Ironside investigates an accidental electrocution that Ed thinks is a murder and finds a pattern of murder and greed over a Swiss bank account in which a group of WWII veterans have stored loot from a bank heist during the war.

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The climatic scenes were actually filmed on location at San Francisco's Cable Car Barn. See more »

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The police would have never believed the first victim had died the way he was supposed to have died (of electrocution from touching the TV set with his wet hands). Even a cursory examination would have shown that there were no burn marks on his fingers where he would have touched the TV set. The TV set also would have shown no signs of the electrical short. There also would have been telltale marks on his back from where he had really leaned up against the electrified metal post. See more »

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Old Army Buddies
12 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

Don Galloway seems to be responding very well to working with Chief Ironside. Called to the scene of what appears to be a case of accidental electrocution of a San Francisco business tycoon, Galloway spots some things that don't look quite right.

But it's Raymond Burr who finds some old dogtag numbers in an old army issue watch who really gets his personal squad involved. All of them were, including the recently deceased people who served in the Italian theater of World War II and were Army Rangers. The deceased even took a war bride home with him, the lovely Antoinette Bower.

This episode is part The List of Adrian Messenger and part Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians. A few more die and survivors Jack Kelly and Gene Nelson start fearing for their mortality.

This episode belongs to both Kelly and Nelson as a pair of not the finest that Uncle Sam had serving in the Army. And Antoinette Bower figures prominently in the deaths though the squad doesn't quite piece it all together.

Nice episode, good showcase for the guest stars.


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