McCloud (1970–1977)
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Somebody's Out to Get Jennie 

When a business magnate already hiding out from his partners narrowly escapes death by bombing (killing an aide who visited his lakeside hideaway), he tries to communicate to his girlfriend... See full summary »

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Episode complete credited cast:
... Sam McCloud
... Peter B. Clifford
... Gen. Ralph Touhy
... Robert Develin
... Ira Mastin
... Jennie Tanaquil
Gerald Hiken ... Dr. Gortgaard
... Shirley
... Detective Parker
... Beverly Armstrong
Alicia Bond ... Eva
Emile Beaucard ... Frank
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When a business magnate already hiding out from his partners narrowly escapes death by bombing (killing an aide who visited his lakeside hideaway), he tries to communicate to his girlfriend that he's still alive -- prompting the associates to try to drive her insane and incompetent to find him via various scare tactics, and take over the company for themselves. Written by Peter Harris

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24 November 1971 (USA)  »

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When Mastin takes the surprise call from Robert Devlin, he is watching the film The Black Cat on television. The film starred Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi. See more »

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When McCloud goes to Jennie's apartment, it is located in the basement of the building. However, the view out of her studio windows are from location several stories up. See more »

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Sam McCloud: [having just received a stack of paperwork] When do you think I should have this one solved?
Peter B. Clifford: Oh, tomorrow afternoon should do it. Then I'm assigning you to traffic control for the rest of the week.
Sam McCloud: [smiles] Ah, you're just too good to me Chief, just too good.
Peter B. Clifford: I know. Sometimes I just can't help myself.
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Features The Body Snatcher (1945) See more »

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some creepy elements
2 October 2012 | by See all my reviews

After being almost not in episode 2 McCloud is back in business. He's back with his jokes and stupidity to fool people and he's also back to capture some women. Yes, McCloud is still the playboy of the squad.

it's one of the episodes with a lot of talking and not that many action but still it's nice to see that they tried to put some creepy atmosphere towards it. Horror wasn't a big thing in 1971. So I can understand that when the main lead did had some hallucinations (or wasn't it) that it rather looked creepy and even scary like the scene with the painting.

Again they used rather big names (Cameron Mitchell) to attract people but here they didn't had a big lead like in Top of the World, Ma!

Gore 0/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 1/5 Story 3/5 Comedy 0/5


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