<-- Previous EpisodeNext Episode -->

Ironside: Too Many Victims

A veteran cop's daughter crashes her car while using marijuana, and her father goes after the dealer responsible. But when he can't make a case, he frames the dealer... and Ironside finds out.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x9
Airdate: Thursday November 12th, 1970

Director: Corey Allen
Writer: Irving Pearlberg

Guest Stars
Forrest TuckerForrest Tucker
As Milt Stein
Kathleen LloydKathleen Lloyd
As Barbara Stein (as Kathy Lloyd)
Lincoln KilpatrickLincoln Kilpatrick
As Tom Reinike

Co-Guest Stars
Paul CarrPaul Carr
As Dr. Burroughs
Andrew RubinAndrew Rubin
As Frank
Eddie RyderEddie Ryder
As Klemin
Alex KravettAlex Kravett
As Pete Jordan
M. Jonathan SteeleM. Jonathan Steele
As Marty Beale
Main Cast
Raymond BurrRaymond Burr
As Robert Ironside
Don GallowayDon Galloway
As Det. Sgt. Ed Brown
Barbara AndersonBarbara Anderson
As Eve Whitfield
Don MitchellDon Mitchell
As Mark Sanger
Episode Quotes
Barbara Stein: I'm not going to stay long, I have a taxi waiting downstairs. My father didn't want to beg for himself. I heard everything he talked about. So I came to beg for him.
Ironside: You know what he did.
Barbara Stein: Yes, I've known for a few days.
Ironside: He told you?
Barbara Stein: No. The night that he bought the marijuana, he came home with it. It was very late, he must have thought I was asleep. But I saw him hide it way back in the closet.
Ironside: Did you mention that to him?
Barbara Stein: No, we weren't talking very much then, and I really didn't think it was any of my business, you know? Until I heard that Beale was arrested and then I looked back in the closet and it wasn't there anymore. It just all came together. If you tell what you know, what will happen to my dad?
Ironside: He'll... probably lose his badge.
Barbara Stein: And jail, will he have to go to jail?
Ironside: It's possible.
Barbara Stein: He did it for me, you know?
Ironside: I know.
Barbara Stein: I mean--I mean, it was wrong, it was very stupid, but he did do it for me. Please. Please don't say anything. Look, in a year he can retire, even less than a year in ten months, if you take off all the sick leave that's due him.
Ironside: Barbara, I'm sorry.
Barbara Stein: Please. Please.
Ironside: You'll never know how sorry I am.
Barbara Stein: He thinks of you as his best friend and you wouldn't do that for him?!?
Ironside: I can't. If he doesn't tell the truth then I have to. Otherwise I'd be betraying everything he believes in.
Barbara Stein: "I'd be betraying everything he believes in." Oh, man, you know that sounds so smug, so damn self-righteous. Do you know I once accused my own father of that?! I once asked him if he thought he was playing God!! But no, sir, you're the one who's playing God now!!! Yes you are!

Other Episode Crew

CreatorCollier Young
Executive ProducerCy Chermak
ProducerDouglas Benton
Associate ProducerJay Benson
HairstylistLarry Germain
Make-upBud Westmore
Set DecoratorJames M. Walters, Sr.
Director of PhotographyBud Thackery
Story EditorAlbert Aley
Art DirectorLloyd S. Papez
Music ScoreOliver Nelson
Film EditorAlbert J.J. Zúñiga
Assistant DirectorGene Law
Production ExecutiveRobert Benevides
Unit ManagerWilbur E. Mosier
Editorial SupervisorRichard Belding
CostumesGrady Hunt
Theme MusicQuincy Jones
Missing Information
Click here to add Episode Notes
Click here to add Music
Click here to add Episode Goofs
Click here to add Cultural References
Click here to add Episode References
Click here to add Analysis