Rick Nelson stars as a flute playing "Pied Piper" talking teenage girls into prostitution. He convinces them he loves them and will take care of them. He actually is a ruthless killer who will stop at nothing to protect himself.

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Virgil W. Vogel (as Virgil Vogel)

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John D.F. Black, Edward Hume (developed for television by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode complete credited cast:
Karl Malden ... Detective Lt. Mike Stone
Michael Douglas ... Inspector Steve Keller
Ricky Nelson ... William T. 'Billy' Jeffers (as Rick Nelson)
Kay Lenz ... Sarah Holt
Darleen Carr ... Jeannie Stone
Laurette Spang ... Kim
Vince Howard Vince Howard ... Charlie Johnson
Ninette Bravo Ninette Bravo ... Diane Marks
Morgan Upton
Ed Vasgersian Ed Vasgersian ... Harbor Patrol Officer (as Ed Vasgerdsian)
Stu Klitsner Stu Klitsner ... Medical Examiner
Ray K. Goman
John Vick John Vick
Bob McClurg Bob McClurg
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A former rock star is now a pimp in San Francisco, running a stable of teenage hookers. When one of his girls gets an STD, he kills her and throws her off the Golden Gate Bridge. Stone's daughter sets out to help her dad bring him to justice. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 October 1973 (USA) See more »

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Mono

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Going Against Type
3 October 2017 | by hackraytexSee all my reviews

I still remember this episode 54 years ago. If Rick Nelson wanted to break the mold and shatter his good guy image, he knocked it out of the part. He really got into the part and pulled it off. This was soon after the Manson Incident and I remember a lot of critics compared Nelson's character to Manson. This should have been the break out part for him to jump start his acting career and be taken seriously as a dramatic actor. He really showed his range here. I don't remember if he was considered for an Emmy but he should have. Good job and rest in peace, Mr. Nelson.


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