Episode Guide - Police Surgeon (Series) (1971-1975)

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Season 1 (Dr. Simon Locke) (26 Episodes) (Syndicated in only a few Canadian markets)
Episodes listed in alphabetical order

"Bad Blood." A bombing, a 19-year-old diabetic and a drug-induced trip take up Dr. Locke's time. Ed Leonard: Walter Massey. Elaine: Bonnie Carol Case.

"The Cage." Dr. Sellers' patient dies after the doctor assures the patient his disease is controllable. When Dr.Sellers calls for an autopsy to rule out malpractice, the patient's survivors object. Herbie: Frank Perry. Edie: Aileen Taylor Smith. Ty Watson: Ed McNamara.

"Children of Silence." Jeff Brandt, an eight-year-old mute, is perched on a narrow mountain edge by choice, and resists all attempts to be rescued because life has become unbearable.Jeff: Christopher Pellett. Bert: George Sperdakos. Stella: Catherine Begin.

"Coo-Coo in the Nest." Ralphy Kinmond is brought to Dr Sellers in a badly beaten condition. Dr. Locke tries to find out the truth. Mr. Kinmond: Frank Perry. Ralphy: Ken Morris. Mrs. Kinmond: Dawn Greenhalgh.

"September" , aka: "The Cortessa Rose." After many years, Ellen Hewitt, an old flame of Dr. Sellers', returns to Dixon Mills. However, Dr. Locke discovers she is suffering from an advanced stage of leukemia. Ellen: Stevie Wise. Dr. Lusk: Tom Harvey.

"The Crash." A truck-auto collision pits Dr Sellers and Locke in. a race against time... they must free a man who is pinned behind his steering wheel before a leaking butane tank explodes.

"Dark Future" After serving time for felony manslaughter from an accident that killed his future father-in-law two years ago, a man returns to Dixon Mills where his fiancee is waiting for him. The man wants to end a romance because of oncoming blindness. Dave: Edward Resmini. May: Michele Chicoine.

"The Day Simon Locke Came To Dixon Mills." A flashback episode about the day Drs. Locke and Sellers first met. Locke, a highly skilled city doctor, arrives in the middle of the night to become Dr Sellers' associate. Carrie: Linda Gorenson. Jake: Alan Mills. Johnson: Frank Aldous. Mrs. Johnson: Kay Hawtrey.

"Death Holds the Scales." Dr. Locke is flown by helicopter to tend to a heart attack patient who lives in a remote area. An escaped killer wants the emergency medical helicopter for a getaway. Killer: Jerry Huckstep. Helen: Terry Tweed. Adams: Richard Alden.

"Death Is a Wanderer." A bittersweet romance involves nurse Louise Wynn and an old friend who says he's come home for good. Drs. Sellers and Locke ascertain that he has only a little time to live. Bill Masters: Ken James. Fred: Steve Pernie. Josh: Murray Westgate. Barnett: John Kerr.

"Gunpoint." A pair of bank robbers interrupt Drs. Locke and Sellers as the physicians prepare a patient for heart surgery. Marty: Frank Moore. Al: Harvey Fisher.

"The Healer." - Drs. Locke and Sellers find themselves in conflict between the proud ancestral ways of the Amencan Indiana and thhe techniques of modern medicine when Mary Bluefoot becomes pregnant.

"The Hero." A newcomer in Dixon Mills is injured while rescuing a group of children from a burning bus. When rushed to Drs. Sellers and Locke, they discover that the injured man has a history of heart trouble but refuses to reveal any informa tinn that could save his life. Charlie: Gerald Parker.

"The Man Who Hunted Hunters." An unknown man with a dart gun has been shooting hunters with a tranquilizing drug to stop them from killing deer. Dr. Sellers, fearing a death from one of the darts if the victim is brought in too late or is allergic, urges Captain Dan to find the dartman before there is a tragedy. Ben: Sid Brown. Robin Ward.

"Marooned." Dr. Locke and Police Chief Dan search for a 19-yr-old girl who has wandered off into desolate snow country in an apparent suicide attempt. They get caught in an avalanche and struggle to survive until help arrives. Doreen: Mary Pirie.

"Max." Dr. Sellers requires brain surgery and the only person who can help him is a hippie, dropped-out neurosurgeon, Max Rabinowitz, who is having a bout with the bottle.

"The Meddler." Drs. Locke and Sellers are faced with a dilemma when a young girl, who must use crutches, until she is operated on, refuses to do so. Amy Mardon: Tedde Moore. Paul: Dominique Briand.

"Quiet Sunday." A roomful of emergencies prevents the doctors from having a "Quiet Sunday." Carol: Charlotte Blunt. Dorothy: Julie Rekai.

"Perfect Specimen." A story about a husband who refuses to believe that his wife is seriously ill. Lou: Mike Kirby. Jean: Marie Mumford. Andrea: Toby Tarnow. Sara: Bess Amos.

"Royal Treatment." Dr. Locke is summoned back to Carstairs General Hospital by a cantankerous charity patient, while in Dixon Mills, Dr. Sellers must cope with an entire family's mysterious illness. Dr. Bonner: Tom Harvey. Joe Carter: Ed McGibbon. Connie Hart: Pixie Bigelow. Della Hart: Carole Woodward.

"Too Many Candles." Old age has changed Collie Warren, and Drs. Locke and Sellers disagree on how to deal with his sudden violence. Collie Warren: Anthony Palmer. Karen: Gwen Thomas. Mary: Vivian Reiss.

"Two Points of a Pitchfork - Part I." A visiting carnival man contracts typhoid fever. The threat of a typhoid epidemic raises alarms in Dixon Mills. First of two parts. Ruth: Diana LeBlanc. Williston: Larry Reynolds. Bryce: Franz Russell. Ernie: Doug McGrath. Kid: Dominic Hogan.

"Two Points of a Pitchfork - Part II." Dr. Simon Locke and Dr. Sellers, in the second half of this two-part episode, want to avoid a quarantine of Dixon Mills because the quarantine would have an adverse effect on the economic life of the community. Captain Dan, in a race against time, hunts down the human carrier of the typhoid germ. Ruth: Diana LeBlanc. Williston: Larry Reynolds. Bryce: Franz Russell. Ernie: Doug McGrath. Kid: Dominic Hogan.

"Walden Lost." The hazards of communal living are the focal point of a drama about a couple whose life style could harm the life of the child they're expecting. Wally: Ralph Endersby. Caro: Barbara Kelly.

"The Wanderer." A man is falsely charged with the murder of a girl who is very much alive, and pursued by a gunman who wants a black book she has in her possession that lists members of a crime syndicate. Dale Somerfleld: Jim Henshaw. Somerfield: John Gardner.

"Where Are The Lucky Stars?" A teenage girl has been brutally beaten but will not reveal who her assailant is. Suspects include the boy she loves. Ned: Art Hindle. Henny: John Kastner. Josie: Jeannie Beker.

Season 2 (Police Surgeon) (26 Episodes)
(With original CTV airdates where known)

Sep 9, 1972 - "Ten Kilos To Nowhere." Police Sgt. Joe Platt attacks Police Surgeon Locke and disappears with ten kilos of heroin after ambushing the waterfront stake out of a high level smuggling ring. Locke follows a trail of clues that lead to a tormented woman who's the source of a strange conflict. Sgt. Joe Platt: William Shatner. Mrs. Platt: Diana Leblanc. Ed Ritchie: Larry Reynolds.

Sep 23, 1972 - "Lady X" - Police Surgeon Locke uses a medical clue to aid skeptical Det. Lt. Dan Palmer in an arduous attempt to capture a mad bomber before she -- or he -- strikes a second time. Donald Pleasance guest stars.

Sep 30, 1972 - "The Caller." Andrea Warren is terrorized by a series of vicious anonymous calls, that seem to threaten the life of her close friend, Police Surgeon Locke. Andrea Warren: Anjanette Comer. The Caller: James Hurdle.

Oct 14, 1972 - "Blackmail." Police Surgeon Locke plays a dangerous game of detective when he discovers the reason his brilliant former medical professor (Leo Leydon) shot an intruder and allowed him to die. The investigation leads to suspicion of blackmail. Guest star: Stephen Young.

Oct 21, 1972 - "Summer Sunday." A hardened criminal takes as hostage a witness to his holdup of an amusement stand at a summer picnic. The police search turns into a rescue mission for his hostage—a little boy with food poisoning. Alex: Paul Burke. Tony: Yves Corbeil. Marie: Catherine Begin. Gerrard: Andre Beaulieu.

Dec 9, 1972 - "Bust Out." In a wild scheme to break out of jail, two hoods are trapped in a collapsing airshaft with Dr. Simon Locke who has come to their rescue. Leslie Nielsen, Frank Moore guest star as the prisoners.

Jan 27, 1973 - "Fourth and Cherry: Code Three." Jake, an ex-con ambulance driver on parole, is assigned by Dr. Simon Locke to drive the medical van. When Jake's old friends confront him with a scheme for a perfect crime, Jake is faced with a difficult decision. Jake: George Chakiris. Will: Alan Gordon.

Feb 3, 1973 - "Death In The Last Row." Glenn Corbett guest stars as a former truck guard disabled during a robbery who may be a possible key to the poisoning of Dr. Locke. Brogan: Kenneth Pogue. Duncan: Allen Doremus.

Original CTV airdates unknown:

"The Text According To Gracie." A gunman holds up a record shop and takes young student Gracie and storeowner Frank Morris as hostages. A sudden heart attack and a police stakeout led by Det. Lt. Palmer puts Simon Locke inside the store, while Meeker plots a desperate escape. Gracie: Candace O'Connor. Heyes: Ralph Meeker. Frank Morris: Eric Clavering.

"Confined Panic." When Police Surgeon Locke is injured in a car crash, some vials of a deadly drug are stolen from his car by a bum. who, in turn, is victimized by young drug-peddlers. The only witness to the theft, a temperamental invalid (Nina Foch), holds the key which can prevent the confined panic from becoming a public emergency.

"Crossfire." In a fierce gang war, Police Surgeon Locke is captured by a wounded gangster. Locke's ingenious attempt to escape is complicated by the gangster's beautiful daughter and not-so-beautiful bodyguard. Gangster: Bruce Gordon. Daughter: Tedde Moore. Bodyguard: Chuck Shamata.

"Time Out." A hard-working husband (Ed Binns) takes revenge on two hippie neighbours for the death of his wife. Police Surgeon Locke uses a medical clue to uncover the real killer.

"High Tension." Guest star Leslie Nielsen plans eye-for-an-eye revenge when he kidnaps Ed Barnes, an executive whose power company is involved in a fatal accident. Ed Barnes: Ed McGibbon

"Night Watch." The brutal beating of a ghetto youth leads to a tough cop being suspended---and gang warfare. Victim: Tim Henry. Sergeant: James Colicos.

"No Place To Hide." Police Surgeon Locke and Detective Lieutenant Dan Palmer search desperately for a 12 year old girl before a crime syndicate can use her to lure her father out of hiding. Ken James plays the father, Lucas Benedict, a former syndicate boss gone straight.

"One Way To Heaven." A six-year-old boy is Locke's only clue to the hide-out of an ex-con and his dangerously ill girl friend. Ron: George Robertson. Lucille: Vivian Reis. Ricky: K. C. Colby.

"Shadows." Dr. Locke aids a wounded gang member on the run with his son, who's been incriminated in a murder. Peter: Danny Griesdorf. Ben: Leslie Carlson.

"Castle Queen." The mysterious disappearance of group of sightseers touring the castle-like home of a retired stage actress leads Simon Locke and Dan Palmer to a case of stolen jewels and slow poisoning. Samantha: Jane Mallett. Melanie: Blair Brown.

"Veil Of Death." When a corpse vanishes from the hospital, Dr. Simon Locke and his paramedic Alan LeBlanc are accused of malpractice, and the Police department’s emergency medical program is put in jeopardy. Alan LeBlanc: Tim Henry.

"The Assassin." When former mobster Phil Clayton is wounded by a would-be assassin, Dr. Simon Locke traces a series of psychological clues to a gunpoint confrontation. Daws: Jonathan Welsh.

"A Deadly Favor." Dr. Simon Locke and Detective Lieutenant Dan palmer discover a case of swindle and murder when Locke treats a badly mauled millionairess Carol Denton. Carol Denton: Sue Ane Langdon. Joe Lavelle: Dominic Briand. Margaret Baron: Dawn Greenhalgh.

"Requiem For A Canary." Dr. Simon Locke discovers the secret identity of Detective-Lieutenant Dan Palmer's singer girl friend, played by guest star Leslie Warren, when her life is threatened by a crime syndicate. Bert: John Evans.

"Kill The Apple Tree." Mitch Vogel guest stars as a youngster on the spot: he'll die unless Locke can find his father, a man wanted for robbery and murder. Steve: Ken James. Lenny: Steven Sager. Pete: Doug McGrath.

"Ordeal." Dr. Simon Locke matches wits with an Officer Houston who is out for revenge as they track down the killer of his former patrol partner. Officer Houston: Roger Perry. Barrow: Sean Sullivan.

"A Bullet For The General." Dr. Locke uncovers an assassination plot when a visiting foreign dignitary is suddenly stricken with a coronary attack. General Herara: Mina Erian Mina. Carl: Eli Rill. Colonel Houser: Jon Granik.

"Death Holds An Auction." Dr. Simon Locke answers an emergency call from a volunteer anti-crime agency and discovers that the entire staff is trapped by an assailant who threatens them with a hand grenade. Fairley: Christopher Connelly. Marcus: Henry Beckman. Clara: Ann Butler. Boggs: Cec Linder.

Season 3 (Police Surgeon) (26 Episodes)
(With original CTV airdates where known)

Sep 8, 1973 - "Ticket To Nowhere." Dr. Locke pursues a seaman (Ed Nelson) suspected of carrying cholera. But the man is carrying something else: smuggled diamonds. Larry Mann joins the cast as Lt. Jack Gordon. Max Zeigler: Ed Nelson . Wilma: Tedde Moore.

Sep 15, 1973 - "A Very Quiet Street." Keenan Wynn guest stars as a neighborhood cop who is slowly being poisoned. Clues in Dr. Locke's search for the culprit: a wedding party and an addict (Jim Thompson).

Oct 13, 1973 - "Losers, Weepers." An extortionist blackmails a psychotic killer. Del: William Windom. Phyllis: Eve Crawford.

Oct 20, 1973 - "Killing Favors." A drug-using hockey player incurs the wrath of the mob when he refuses to throw a game in return for his drug supply. His brother (Stephen Young) joins Dr. Locke's efforts to save him. Frank: Dan MacDonald. Kagel: John Bayliss.

Jan 5, 1974 - "Smash Up." A car-truck collision begins to look like more than an accident when an investigation reveals that the auto's brake lines were cut. Hal: Dominic Hogan. Ann: Julie Amato. Tim: Stephen Markle.

Jan 12, 1974 - "A Taste of the Sun." An insurance investigator will stop at nothing to find a missing one million dollars in securities from the man who was convicted of the theft and is paroled due to a terminal illness. Kramer: Richard Mulligan. Gann: Sean Sullivan.

Feb 9, 1974 - "Portrait of Florenza." When a millionaire's love of expensive paintings overtakes his affection for his wife Vivian, she attempts to destroy his collection. Vivian: Susan Strasberg. Richard: Dominic Hogan.

Original CTV airdates unknown:

"An Equal Right To Die." A madman's false alarms endanger Dr. Locke. Joining in the hunt for the man is an old flame of Locke's (Skye Aubrey).

"The Judas Goat Of Ebony Street." Michael Callan guest stars as a slick extortionist with a school-teacher girlfriend who doesn't understand his blackmailing operations.

"Star Witness." Anjanette Comer guest stars as the girlfriend of a political candidate who tries to protect his reputation by concealing that he witnessed a murder from her apartment window. Albert Masterson: George Robertson.

"Body Count." A mob involved in an insurance fraud races Dr. Locke and the police to find the agent who uncovered the scheme. Ben: Martin Sheen.

"Deadly Exchange." Dean Stockwell plays a prosecutor kidnapped for an exchange deal by the henchmen of a mobster he is about to convict.

"Kiss And Kill." When a nurse is kidnapped by a lonely hospital administrator, Locke trails them with the help of another nurse injured during the abduction. Warren: Nehemiah Persoff. Jan: Patsy Rahn.

"Dark Pages." When a mobster's memoirs threaten a policeman's career, Locke tries to restrain the officer's desperate reaction. Gar: Edward Binns. Marian: Pat Hamilton.

"For An Encore, Murder." Dr. Locke suspects a publicity hoax when Tony Vincent, a night-club performer, claims his wife has been kidnapped. Edie: Ita D'Arcy. Tony Vincent: Peter Kastner. Mike: Jack Mather. Tony Varden: John Gardiner.

"Lies." A mental block afflicts a museum guard (Andrew Prine) who was the sole witness to a murder. Ted Rollins: Myron Natwick. Dulcy Brown: Blair Brown.

"Vengeance." Gordon's handling of a gangland war is threatened by a medication he is taking. Gelson: Richard Davidson. Haynes: John Evans.

"At The Stroke Of Death." Police Surgeon Simon Locke tries to persuade an escaped woman convict to release her hostage from a dangerous fire escape from which she has threatened to jump. Helen: Linda Goranson. Nancy: Diane LeBlanc. Jerry: James Hurdle.

"Dangerous Windfall." A bulldozer goes out out control, a wall collapses and a father-and-son demolition team discover stolen money. George Chakiris stars as the son whose injured father is rescued by Police Surgeon Simon Locke and then threatened by the robbers when it's learned that some of the loot is still missing. Nicky: George Chakiris. Kateromeris: George Touliatos.

"North Light." Murder threatens Talbot, an artist involved in a counterfeit money scheme. Talbot: Percy Rodrigues. Danny: Tommy Sexton. Rene: Mike Zenon.

"The Importer." A labor-smuggling plot is discovered when Locke searches for a boy's father. Andy Corrigan: Mitch Vogel. Mike: John Swindells. Steve: Ken James. Lenny: Steven Sager.

"House Guest." Locke poses as an insurance examiner to reach a family threatened by an escaped convict (Ed Nelson).

"Man Outside." Sabotage and assault result when a construction engineer (Michael Ansara) defies a smuggling mob.

"Borrowed Trouble." In this episode, comedian Frank Gorshin plays a straight role as Charlie, a dock foreman turned loan shark. Ruth: Krysia Read. Berkley: Robert Benson.

"Bag Full Of Dreams." To sell an attache case of heroin is the intent of an escaped hospital patient (Robert Lyons) under Dr. Locke's care.

"A Sound From Edward Sanchez." An international assassination plot is being hatched with the unwitting help of Dr. Locke. Edward Sanchez: Peter Donat.

Season 4 - (Police Surgeon) (26 Episodes)
(With original CTV airdates)

Sep 7, 1974 - "He Is Among Us." Skye Aubrey guest stars as a police officer who is used as a decoy to trap a rapist-murderer. When he escapes her trap, she decides to pursue him on her own. Spencer: David Bolt.

Sep 12, 1974 - "Man in the Middle." Peter Haskell guest stars as a reformed ex-con who uses his friendship with Dr. Simon Locke to arrange a vengeful meeting with a former competitor in the rackets under the guise of a reconciliation. Rick: Peter Haskell. Rusman: Gerard Parkes. Gina: Barbara Kyle.

Sep 19, 1974 - "Secrets." Lainie Kazan guests stars as a nightclub performer who is being used by a syndicate boss to feed information to the district attorney about his competition. Paul: John Horton. Ames: Michael Reynolds.

Sep 26, 1974 - "Target Ms. Blue." A police officer (Sharon Farrell) has compassion for a young hoodlum and puts her life in danger. Maggie: Sharon Farrell. Lenny: John Hamelin. Wally: Nick Mancuso.

Oct 3, 1974 - "The Militant." Greg is a militant in a black organization with violently opposing elements for which Dr. Locke plays the dangerous role of police liaison. Gregg: Hari Rhodes. Josie: Amah Harris. Les: Allan Royal.

Oct 10, 1974 - "Bad Apple." William Shatner guest stars as a police officer doing favors for the underworld---until mobsters order him to commit murder. Det Barney Davis: William Shatner. Irv Davis: Les Carlson. Casper: Myron Natwick. Jordon: Larry Reynolds.

Oct 17, 1974 - "No More Brass Bands." Dr. Locke tries to help a one-time football great from being used by a couple of cheap gamblers as a poker shill and a patsy for murder. Larry: John Vernon.

Oct 24, 1974 - "Final Approach." Sal Mineo plays the sole witness to the faked murder of a syndicate leader. Elmo Haney: Jack Mather. Moraine: George Robertson. Polly: Patsy Rahn.

Oct 31, 1974 - "Fatal Deception." Susan Strasberg portrays an unstable woman who has been pressuring her boy friend to steal. Now her expensive tastes may force him to murder. Jason: Stephen Markle. Marybelle: Susan Strasberg.

Nov 7, 1974 - "The Killer." A professional wrestler (Merlin Olsen) is accused of killing his opponent in the ring and Locke must medically prove he's not guilty. Harvey Primo: John Evans. Gloria: Helen Shavers.

Nov 14, 1974 - "Lady Be Dead." Skye Aubrey is disguised as an elderly hypochondriac and assigned to help Dr. Locke expose con artists who use newspaper ads to lure their customers. Mrs. Case: Dora Dainton. Walter: David McCulley.

Nov 21, 1974 - "The Loser." A youth counsellor, played by Andrew Prine, establishes a strange bond with a group of boys until Dr. Locke is called to investigate the mysterious death of one of them. Jake: Hugh Webster. Chuck: Jim Henshaw.

Nov 28, 1974 - "Stairwell." Rosalind is a beautiful heiress whose brother, about to be married, has a paralyzing fall down a flight of stairs. The investigation uncovers strange family conflicts. Karen: Charlotte Blunt. David: Richard Fitzpatrick. Rosalind: Diane Baker

Dec 5, 1974 - "Time Bomb." An attorney friend of Detective Gordon is hired by a crime syndicate to defend a heroin trafficker nabbed by Dr. Simon Locke. Diane: Susan Oliver. J.D.: Paul Kelman. Vlahos: Sean Sullivan.

Dec 12, 1974 - "My Son, My Son." Locke suspects that a medical student (Mitch Vogel) working with him is involved in a series of robberies being investigated by the young man's policeman father. Scott: Richard Alden. George: Ron O'Krancy.

Dec 19, 1974 - "Cry Murder." Dr Locke must discover if an heiress just released from a sanitarium is crying wolf when she accuses her late father's business partner of planning to make her his second victim. Valentina: Diane LeBlanc.

Jan 2, 1975 - "Requiem For An Animal." A dangerous criminal uses a kidnapped child as a means to get revenge on Dr. Simon Locke for sending him to a psychiatric hospital. Dekker: John Colicos. Stella: Zoe Alexander. Sam Sitko: Joe Grifasi.

Jan 9, 1975 - "The Mannequin." Truth serum is the vehicle for a journey into the past by a young man (Edward Albert) who may have committed murder in his childhood. Kerri: Lynne Griffin.

Jan 16, 1975 - "Insight to Murder." Bryan is a graduate student who decides to commit crimes to get better research for the doctoral thesis he's preparing with Dr. Simon Locke. Bryan: Michael Brandon. Carol Thompson: Dixie Seatle.

Jan 23, 1975 - "Web of Guilt." Dr Locke intervenes when a woman judge (Nancy Olson) endangers herself by becoming too protective of her brother who is accused of murder. Richie: John Candy. Bonnie: Helen Shaver. Scharfman: Don McGill.

Jan 30, 1975 - "Vanished." The state's key witness in a government employee payoff scandal mysteriously disappears en route to the trial while under the care of Dr. Simon Locke. James Blinn: Ralph Meeker. Trock: James Hurdle. Stacey: Patrick Christopher.

Feb 6, 1975 - "Angel of Mercy." Medical supplies are being siphoned off to the syndicate by a hospital administrator (Stefanie Powers). Locke must protect her from both the mob and the police. Fleming: Tim Henry.

Feb 13, 1975 - "Run Harry Run." A scheming businessman arranges his own son's kidnapping.to cover his money dealings, but the kidnappers double-cross him. Lyon: Leslie Nielsen. Sheila: Vivian Reis.

Feb 20, 1975 - "A Pint of Friendship." Ed Nelson guest stars as an ex-policeman turned alcoholic who tries to get Dr. Simon Locke to help locate a missing drinking companion kidnapped by a medical team that uses wino bodies to get insurance. Dr. Walker: Donald Ewer.

Feb 27, 1975 - "Halfway House." Police suspicion of the ex-convicts at a halfway house--- which is a sore point with the home's administrator, Tom Luddy--- seems justified when a robbery and murder occur. Sally Hobson: Michele Finney. Tom Luddy: Michael Ansara. Feeney: Robert Benson.

Mar 6, 1975 - "Sing A Sad Song." An ambitious nightclub performer (Michael Callan) with an alcoholic wife treated by Dr. Locke is suspected of murder. Ruth: Tedde Moore. Mark Lujak: Sean Hewitt.

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