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Ironside: Run Scared

Ironside's granddaughter Peggy Lynch is a street performing mime and witnesses a murder. She goes on the run with her boyfriend for reasons that go beyond the fact that the killer wants her dead.

Episode Info


Episode number: 8x8
Airdate: Thursday November 07th, 1974

Director: Don McDougall
Writer: Hindi Brooks


Guest Stars
Ed NelsonEd Nelson
As Joe Lynch
Kathleen QuinlanKathleen Quinlan
As Peggy Lynch

Co-Guest Stars
Bettye AckermanBettye Ackerman
As Sylvia Harris
Recurring
Michael Bell (1)Michael Bell (1)
As TV Director
Recurring
John LuptonJohn Lupton
As Eliot Harris
Recurring
Phillip PinePhillip Pine
As Store Manager (Saunders)
Recurring
Ann DoranAnn Doran
As Landlady
Recurring
Kenneth OKenneth O'Brien
As Leo Gulden
Recurring
Claire BrennenClaire Brennen
As Eileen Fields
Recurring
Ron ThompsonRon Thompson
As Jamie
Louis QuinnLouis Quinn
As Desk Clerk (Freddie)
Paul PicerniPaul Picerni
As Armand
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
Episode Quotes
Mark: So as far as I can tell, there was no nightclub looking for a Harlequin act.
Ironside: All right, follow up on the loan shark angle. If we can find out who Pierson was working for, we'll get a line on who he was muscling and that could lead to the killer.
Mark: Trouble is, he worked for more than one loan shark.
Ironside: If it was easy...
Mark and Ironside: ...anyone could do it!

Sylvia Harris: I never could get close to her after Joe left.
Ironside: She understand the reason for the divorce?
Sylvia Harris: How could she? How could I tell her what her father was?
Ironside: All right, Sylvia, what was he? When I last saw him, he seemed to be just a man down on his luck.
Sylvia Harris: Bob, he made his own luck. When you knew him, there was still something left of the warmth and charm and wit that used to be him. Do you know what his problem was? He wanted. And whatever we had, he wanted more: bigger, better and began to take chances, and the worse things got the bigger the chances got.
Eliot Harris: Started hitting the bottle, he'd get drunk and take things out on Sylvia. He really hurt her.
Ironside: You never told Peggy?
Sylvia Harris: How could I destroy her illusions? And even if I tried to tell the truth, I don't think she would have believed me.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorCollier Young
Executive ProducerJoel Rogosin
ProducerNorman Jolley
Music SupervisorHal Mooney
Set DecoratorJoseph J. Stone
Director of PhotographyBud Thackery
Art DirectorLloyd S. Papez
Music ScoreOliver Nelson
Film EditorHoward Terrill
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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