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The Streets of San Francisco: The Thrill Killers (1)

The subplot of this episode concerns Michael Douglas' exit from the series. Four militant activists pull a daring daytime abduction of an entire busload of jurors involved in the murder trial of two of the group's fellow radicals. This sets the scene for Stone and Keller to try to find the missing panel of 12, while dealing with very skimpy clues. Richard Hatch, who succeeds Douglas as Karl Maiden's young assistant.

Episode Info

Episode number: 5x1
Production Number: 7601-1
Airdate: Thursday September 30th, 1976

Director: Virgil W. Vogel
Writer: Cliff Gould

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Guest Stars
Anthony Geary
As Gary Jelinek
Barry Sullivan
As Breitbach
Bill Baldwin
As Judge
Darleen Carr
As Jeannie Stone
David Moody
As Bus Driver
Dick Van Patten
As Thurman Barber
Doris Roberts
As Mrs. Strauss
Fred Sadoff
As Dr. Lenny Murchison
Irene Tedrow
As Mary Alice Kline
Jay Varela
As Seymour Banchik
Jonathan Goldsmith (1)
As Nicholas "Nick" Tannenger
Paula Kelly (1)
As Ann Chamberlain
Roberta Callahan
As Head Nurse
Ron Glass
As Arlen Washington
Ward Costello
As Capt. Roy Devitt
Edith Diaz
As Jenny Rios
Gary Frank
As Winston Stiles
Hari Rhodes
As Floyd Marsden
James Hong
As Robert Lee
James Shigeta
As Prosecutor
Jan Clayton
As Mrs. Whelan
Jim McMullan
As James Reed
Joseph Wiseman
As Barbato
Marion Ross
As Mrs. Ross
Norman Fell
As Breitbach
Patricia Mattick
As Marie Tannenger
Patty Duke
As Susan Rosen
Susan Dey
As Barbara Ross
Tina Chen
As Juror
Van Williams
As Officer Morton
Warning: The Streets of San Francisco season 5 episode 1 guide may contain spoilers
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