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Season 7

41 :07x01 - Bonnie and McCloud

Oct/24/1976
McCloud escorts his girlfriend Bonnie to Oklahoma, after she kills her ex-boyfriend, the head of a trucking company.
Guest Stars: Richard Jaeckel as Sheriff Matheson | Henry Oliver as Doctor | Joe LaDue as Carl Griffin | Hunter Von Leer as 1st Officer | Randolph Powell as 2nd Officer | John Clavin as Texas Sheriff | Ed Call as Attendant | George Memmoli as Cab Driver | Gilbert Green as Jack Straker | Chuck Morrell as Johnny Foster | Vic Tayback as Harry "Steam Hammer" McNair | Leigh Taylor-Young as Bonnie Foster | Geoffrey Lewis as Andy Kline | John Quade as Pete Stern | Gregory Walcott as Charlie Watson | Dennis Burkley as "Big Mama"

42 :07x02 - 'Twas the Fight Before Christmas...

Dec/26/1976
A quiet Christmas in New York? Marshall McCloud hopes for the best but is soon coping with threatened suicide and the holding of a child hostage by a trio of drug dealers.
Guest Stars: Tom Pedi as Santa | Ann Dusenberry as Peggy | Robert Ellenstein as Captain Hellman | Robby Weaver as Scott | Linda Gray as Kate O'Hannah | Henry Olek as The Stranger | Dean Stockwell as Pete Lancaster | William Sylvester (1) as Jason Howard
Director: Dennis Weaver

43 :07x03 - The Great Taxicab Stampede

Jan/16/1977
McCloud is framed for the murder of a taxi driver who was also a drug dealer, and is being sought after by the victim's sister, a member of the Israeli Army.
Guest Stars: Don Brodie as Funeral Director | Patti Chandler as Policewoman | Bob Golden (1) as Jerry | Ernie Lively as Bartender | James Ingersoll as David Kessler | Tom Moses as Ted Richards | Patricia Quinn as Eileen Mitchell | Jane Seymour as Nidavah Ritzach | George Hamilton as Keith Hampton | Alan Manson as Murray Gutman | Ben Frommer as Winston
Director: Ivan Dixon

44 :07x04 - The Moscow Connection

Jan/23/1977
McCloud's country singing friend is scheduled for a trip to Russia, but suddenly went crazy and nearly killed a woman. Clifford and McCloud accompany him on the trip in hopes of nabbing a Russian mafia drug smuggler and help a scientist defect along with his daughter.
Guest Stars: Lew Palter as Hotel Clerk | Arthur Malet as Hotel Clerk # 2 | Rick Traeger as Lukoff | Walt Davis as Hagen | Tom Henschel as Unknown | Robert Phillips (1) as Bresnovitch | David Hurst as Andrei Krasnavian | Morgan Paull as Pierre Belsen | Nehemiah Persoff as Tereshkoff | L.Q. Jones as Kenny Hingle | Britt Ekland as Tatiana Krasnavian | Hoyt Axton as Johnny Starbuck
Director: Bruce Kessler

45 :07x05 - London Bridges

Mar/06/1977
The host of a costume party is killed, witnessed by Lord Charles Bridges, a cat burglar who was in the process of stealing a prized ring. Further investigation of the ring reveals a hidden compartment in which a piece of microfilm is stored which reveals a plot by Irish terrorists to bomb the Queen of England at Buckingham Palace.
Guest Stars: DeAnn Mears as Lady Sinclair | Derek Murcott as Deputy Inspector Phillips | Elena Frank as Reporter | Terence Kingsley-Smith as Mountie | Roger Newman as Lord James Rothwell | Spencer Milligan (1) as Liam O'Brien | Richard Sanders as Matt Clayton | Susan Woollen as Tracy Bridges | Bernard Behrens as John Keaton | Stephen Nathan as Simon Fletcher | John Lehne as Jack Garland | Jack Cassidy as Lord Charles Bridges | Adam Faith as Inspector Craig
Director: Noel Black

46 :07x06 - McCloud Meets Dracula

Apr/17/1977
Murder victims with puncture marks on their necks and drained of blood leads McCloud to a movie retirement home in search for a famous vampire movie actor.
Guest Stars: Bobbie Mitchell as Angie | Gino Ardito as Cop | Victoria Fisher (1) as Stokes | Dennis Levine as 2nd Officer | Carole Mallory as 2nd Girl | Vince Howard as Reporter | Booth Colman as Coroner | Reggie Nalder as Morris | Michael Sacks as Dr. Harvey Pollick | John Carradine as Loren Belasco | Tom Snyder as Himself | John Finnegan as 1st Officer | Toni Lawrence as 1st Girl |
Uncredited: Michael Pataki as Reporter
Director: Bruce Kessler
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Mystery
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Runtime: 120 Minutes
Premiere: September 16, 1970
Ended: April 17, 1977
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