Ironside (1967–1975)
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The Armageddon Gang 

A think tank group has been working on military assignments. A member who was having second thoughts about working on military projects becomes missing. Is he a spy or a defector? Only Ironside can solve the mystery.

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... Robert T. Ironside
... Det. Sgt. Ed Brown
... Mark Sanger
... Fran Belding
... Curtis Whitney
... Martin Geller
... Frank Clausen
Hildy Brooks ... Ellie Brandon
... Commissioner Dennis Randall
Ted Hartley ... Michael Brandon
Laurence Haddon ... Colonel McAdams
Tom Stewart ... Captain Coleman
Asher Brauner ... Sergeant Henry
Bob Goldstein ... 1st Economist
... 2nd Economist
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A think tank group has been working on military assignments. A member who was having second thoughts about working on military projects becomes missing. Is he a spy or a defector? Only Ironside can solve the mystery.

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11 October 1973 (USA)  »

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Big stakes
7 January 2014 | by See all my reviews

Although a case like this would be handled by the FBI or the CIA it was gratifying to know that the Ironside squad was equal to the task in a situation that involved national security.

Scientist Michael Brandon disappears from his high level job at a research institute headed by Harold Gould and Raymond Burr and his team are brought in by the man's wife. She's not trusting all the hush hush involving her husband and I can't really blame her.

Turns out that a fellow scientist Joseph Campanella at the institute has a research project all his own. And he's not even calling all the shots. A right wing industrialist played by Ramon Bieri is the one doing that and Campanella, arrogant fool that he is, is being spoon fed information himself on a need to know basis. Bieri determining what he needs to know.

Let's say in this episode I don't think the squad was playing for bigger stakes.


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