Ironside

Seasons

Ironside

Season 2 (1969)

All 26 episodes from the second season of the classic US cop show, following the cases of wheelchair-bound chief of detectives Robert T. Ironside (Raymond Burr). Paralysed by a sniper's bullet, the San Francisco Police Department's top detective is now head of his own special unit, ably assisted by sergeant Ed Brown (Don Galloway), policewoman Eve Whitfield (Barbara Anderson), and African-American ex-con Mark Sanger (Don Mitchell). The episodes are: 'Shell Game', 'Split Second to an Epitaph: Part 1', 'Split Second to an Epitaph: Part 2', 'The Sacrifice', 'Robert Phillips Vs the Man', 'Desperate Encounter', 'I, the People', 'Price Tag: Death', 'An Obvious Case of Guilt', 'Reprise', 'The Macabre Mr. Micawber', 'Side Pocket', 'Sergeant Mike', 'In Search of an Artist', 'Up, Down and Even', 'Why the Tuesday Afternoon Bridge Club Met On Thursday', 'Rundown On a Bum Rap', 'The Prophecy', 'A World of Jackals', 'And Be My Love', 'Moonlight Means Money', 'A Drug On the Market', 'Puzzlelock', 'The Tormentor', 'A Matter of Love and Death' and 'Not With a Whimper, But a Bang'.

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Ironside

Season 3 (1970)

All 25 episodes from the third season of the classic US cop show, following the cases of wheelchair-bound chief of detectives Robert T. Ironside (Raymond Burr). Paralysed by a sniper's bullet, the San Francisco Police Department's top detective is now head of his own special unit, ably assisted by sergeant Ed Brown (Don Galloway), policewoman Eve Whitfield (Barbara Anderson), and African-American ex-con Mark Sanger (Don Mitchell). The episodes are: 'Alias Mr. Braithwaite', 'Goodbye to Yesterday', 'Poole's Paradise', 'Eye of the Hurricane', 'A Bullet for Mark', 'Love My Enemy', 'Seeing Is Believing', 'The Machismo Bag', 'Programmed for Danger', 'Five Miles High', 'L'Chayim', 'Beyond a Shadow', 'Stolen On Demand', 'Dora', 'Beware the Wiles of the Stranger', 'Eden Is the Place We Leave', 'The Wrong Time, The Wrong Place', 'Return to Fiji', 'Ransom', 'One Hour to Kill', 'Warrior's Return', 'Little Jerry Jessup', 'Good Will Tour', 'Little Dog, Gone' and 'Tom Dayton Is Loose Among Us'.

Ironside

Season 4 (1971)

All 26 episodes from the fourth season of the classic US cop show, following the cases of wheelchair-bound chief of detectives Robert T. Ironside (Raymond Burr). Paralysed by a sniper's bullet, the San Francisco Police Department's top detective is now head of his own special unit, ably assisted by sergeant Ed Brown (Don Galloway), policewoman Eve Whitfield (Barbara Anderson), and African-American ex-con Mark Sanger (Don Mitchell). The episodes are: 'A Killing Will Occur', 'No Game for Amateurs', 'The Happy Dreams of Hollow Men', 'The People Against Judge McIntire', 'Noel's Gonna Fly', 'The Lonely Way to Go', 'Check, Mate and Murder: Part 1', 'Check, Mate and Murder: Part 2', 'Too Many Victims', 'The Man On the Inside', 'Backfire', 'The Laying On of Hands', 'This Could Blow Your Mind', 'Blackout', 'The Quincunx', 'From Hrûska, With Love', 'The Target', 'A Killing at the Track', 'Escape', 'Love, Peace, Brotherhood and Murder', 'The Riddle in Room Six', 'The Summer Soldier', 'Accident', 'Lesson in Terror', 'Grandmother's House' and 'Walls Are Waiting'.