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Ironside: Once More for Joey

Ed and Fran investigate a case of recording pirating, but one of the members of the group is killed and the case becomes a murder investigation.

Episode Info
Episode number: 7x16
Airdate: Thursday January 17th, 1974

Director: Krishna Shah
Writer: Sam Roeca

Special Guest Stars
Roger Davis (1)Roger Davis (1)
As Willie Bonner
Judy CarneJudy Carne
As Ethel Manning

Guest Stars
Paul HamptonPaul Hampton
As Logan "Dee" Dietrich
Kip NivenKip Niven
As Joey
Geoffrey DeuelGeoffrey Deuel
As Moe Tucker
Richard B. ShullRichard B. Shull
As Max Leonards
Pamela BellwoodPamela Bellwood
As Nancy Caldwell

Co-Guest Stars
William Bramley (1)William Bramley (1)
As Brooks
Don Don 'Red' Barry
As Walter Prudy
Bert HollandBert Holland
As Elroy Cutter
Main Cast
Raymond BurrRaymond Burr
As Robert Ironside
Don GallowayDon Galloway
As Det. Sgt. Ed Brown
Don MitchellDon Mitchell
As Mark Sanger
Elizabeth BaurElizabeth Baur
As Fran Belding
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
David and Marty PaichLight the Way 

Episode Quotes
Ed: Mr. Brooks, I understand you have the latest Out of Sight release on special.
Brooks: Sure do, if I have any left. They go pretty fast.
Fran: At only 2.50 a cassette, I would imagine.
Brooks: Ah here we go Out of Sight Trio, Sand and the Sandpiper. You're lucky it's the last one.
Ed: Yeah, it's a pirate tape, all right.
Fran: This counterfeit artwork would fool anybody.
Ed: I wonder if the tape's any better. Mr. Brooks, it would be interesting to know how you can sell these for four and a half dollars under the going price.
Brooks: Are you suggesting I'm selling stolen merchandise?
Fran: Now that you mention it, yes. Mr. Brooks, do you know you're actually stealing from musicians, singers, writers, and producers?
Ed: Who did you buy it from?
Brooks: Oh, I don't know. I buy a lot of stuff. This was presented to me as legitimate merchandise. It was part of a bankrupt stock liquidation, I believe.
Ed: Get off of it, you know that's a copied label. You're an accessory to a 300 hundred million dollar a year music bootlegging racket, Mr. Brooks. The only way we can stop it is at the end of the funnel. The distributor.

Ironside: Two of the tapes are secured in this building. Could anyone have gotten to them?
Walter Prudy: Not with me around and I'm pretty much here all the time, like in the Marines. When I'm not awake, I'm half awake. And when I'm not half awake, I've got one eye open.
Ironside: In that condition a man's vision could get blurred.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorCollier Young
Executive ProducerCy Chermak
ProducerNorman Jolley
Music SupervisorHal Mooney
Set DecoratorJoseph J. Stone
Director of PhotographyBud Thackery
Art DirectorLloyd S. Papez
Film EditorJohn Elias
SoundFrank H. Wilkinson
Assistant DirectorChuck Lowry
Production ExecutiveRobert Benevides
Unit ManagerWilbur E. Mosier
Editorial SupervisorRichard Belding
CostumesGrady Hunt
Theme MusicQuincy Jones
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