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Ironside (1967)

Ironside is a Universal television series that ran on NBC from September 14, 1967 to January 16, 1975. The show starred Raymond Burr as a paraplegic Chief of Detectives, Robert T. Ironside. The character debuted on March 28, 1967 in a TV movie. When broadcast in the United Kingdom the show was initially titled A Man Called Ironside. The show earned Burr six Emmy and two Golden Globe nominations. A new television series having the same name, Ironside is currently under development and is scheduled to debut on October 2, 2013.

Release Date: Tue, Mar 28, 1967

Country: US
Language: En
Runtime: 60

Raymond Burr
Robert Ironside
Don Mitchell
Mark Sanger
Barbara Anderson
Eve Whitfield
Elizabeth Baur
Fran Belding

Season 8:

Raise the Devil (1)
Episode 1: Raise the Devil (1) (Sep 12, 1974)
A woman is killed in a locked room, and her daughter Susan confesses to the murder after apparently becoming possessed by the spirit of her long-dead younger brother. The Chief enlists a psychic to help him in his investigations, but the clues that she offers him seem to confuse more than they assist.
Raise the Devil (2)
Episode 2: Raise the Devil (2) (Sep 19, 1974)
The Chief links his case with a psychiatrist, who turns out to be a psychopath with a passion for brainwashing. Before he can get his evidence together, however, Fran is taken as the next victim of the doctor's peculiar brand of therapy, and is programmed to kill Ironside. Meanwhile Susan has to face past guilt over the death of her brother before she can be safe from herself.
What's New with Mark?
Episode 3: What's New with Mark? (Sep 26, 1974)
Mark and his girlfriend come across a murder whilst on a date, but decide to defend the killer when it transpires that he acted in self defence. During the case the pair get married, and Ed decides to move in with the Chief in Mark's place.
Cross Doublecross
Episode 5: Cross Doublecross (Oct 10, 1974)
When somebody takes pot shots at Fran's hot-headed cop boyfriend, he soon comes under suspicion for a handful of assaults and two murders. All the trouble seems to be linked back to a case he investigated with his one-time partner, now turned private eye; but is it a case of cop-turned-bad, or is it something else?
Set Up: Danger!
Episode 6: Set Up: Danger! (Oct 24, 1974)
When Ed returns from a holiday he finds the Chief missing, and a series of obscure clues pointing to the suggestion that he has been kidnapped. In truth Ironside has been waylaid by an old enemy, a mobster seeking his help to solve a murder, but a gang war is brewing and the Chief needs his team to find him in time to stop it erupting unchecked.
The Lost Cotillion
Episode 7: The Lost Cotillion (Oct 31, 1974)
A series of murders appear to be connected to an old friend of the Chief's, an ageing woman from San Francisco's old rich set; and when the murders are linked to her debutante's ball and she appears to be exhibiting signs of deteriorating mental health, the odds look stacked against her. As always, though, the Chief looks elsewhere to find the truth.
Run Scared
Episode 8: Run Scared (Nov 07, 1974)
The Chief's god-daughter witnesses a murder whilst performing in a street-side harlequin show. On the run from the murderer, she and her boyfriend remain one jump ahead of Ironside's team; but there is an added dimension to the case which the Chief cannot at first hope to guess at, and a further reason for his god-daughter's desperate flight.
Act of Vengeance
Episode 9: Act of Vengeance (Nov 14, 1974)
A convict awaiting parole hears that his son has been shot dead following a clash with a rival teenage gang. Although eager for vengeance he has another son to think about, and the Chief is determined to keep them both on the straight and narrow, whilst at the same time finding out who really killed the boy.
Far Side of the Fence
Episode 10: Far Side of the Fence (Nov 21, 1974)
After the killing of one of his men, gangland boss Lew Parker puts out a contract on Ironside, which the undercover Ed is forced to pick up. Unable to contact the rest of the team Ed has to go along with the preparations for a heist, but when his cover is blown and he winds up a prisoner, the Chief and co must find the missing links before it is too late.
The Over-the-Hill Blues
Episode 11: The Over-the-Hill Blues (Dec 05, 1974)
Peter Justin, a gentleman jewel thief and old adversary of the Chief's, returns from a five year stretch in San Quentin and is soon back to his old life. When a protégé frames him for a robbery and murder charge the Chief has to prove him innocent, despite his knowledge that another recent robbery is most definitely the work of Justin alone.
Speak No Evil
Episode 12: Speak No Evil (Dec 12, 1974)
A friend of Ed's becomes the target of an assassin, but cannot shed any light on the reasons for the attempt on his life. When Ed discovers that his friend is a priest, prevented from speaking by the bounds of confession, he and the Chief attempt to discover the truth; which soon leads them to three unexplained murders amongst the city's drug dealers.
Fall of an Angel
Episode 13: Fall of an Angel (Dec 19, 1974)
A retired assassin kills the son of a mob chief, and tries to escape town after anonymously leaving his own young son in the care of Chief Ironside. The Chief soon puts two and two together, and figures out who the boy is; but he still has to find the father, before a major league gangster out for revenge can get to him first.
The Visiting Fireman
Episode 14: The Visiting Fireman (Dec 26, 1974)
A British police inspector visits San Francisco for a conference, and whilst there assists his old friend Chief Ironside with an awkward investigation. It soon appears, however, that he knows more about the case than he should do, and that his involvement may have something to do with his deteriorating state of health.
The Return of Eleanor Rogers
Episode 15: The Return of Eleanor Rogers (Jan 02, 1975)
Ed befriends the daughter of the judge presiding over his latest case, only for the girl to come to him in fear for her father's life. It seems she is overreacting to a series of accidents, but events soon suggest her suspicions may be correct; especially after it turns out that her father's new wife has old Underworld connections she thought she had left behind.
The Faded Image
Episode 16: The Faded Image (Jan 16, 1975)
Ed befriends the daughter of the judge presiding over his latest case, only for the girl to come to him in fear for her father's life. It seems she is overreacting to a series of accidents, but events soon suggest her suspicions may be correct; especially after it turns out that her father's new wife has old Underworld connections she thought she had left behind.
A Matter of Life or Death
Episode 17: A Matter of Life or Death (Jan 01, 1970)
A woman accidentally kills her lover, but her lawyer is preventing her from confessing.
The Organizer
Episode 18: The Organizer (Jan 01, 1970)
Ironside and his colleagues infiltrate a meeting arranged by a criminal who intends to start an organization in California.
The Rolling Y
Episode 19: The Rolling Y (Jan 01, 1970)
Ironside's parolee friend swears he didn't rustle any cattle.

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