Barnaby Jones/The Deadly Conspiracy (2)

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The Deadly Conspiracy (2)
Season 4, Episode 1
Airdate September 19, 1975
Production Number 7056
Written by Stephen Kandel
Directed by Michael Caffey
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The Deadly Conspiracy (2) is the first episode of the fourth season of Barnaby Jones, and the sixty-second episode overall.

Starring: Buddy Ebsen (Barnaby Jones)

Also Starring: Lee Meriwether (Betty Jones)

with Guest Stars (in alphabetical order): Sharon Acker (Laura Vaner), Diana Douglas (Alice Parks), Charles Durning (Don Corcoran), Hayden Rorke (Senator Daniel Knox), Barry Sullivan (Gordon McKenna)

Special Guest Star: William Conrad (Frank Cannon)

Co-Starring: Michael Bell (Thomas Lochner), William Bryant (Roy Gaddis), John Carter (Lt. Biddle), Paul Picerni (Anthony Calvelli)

with Robert Boon (Ivar Nilsson), Robert Brubaker (Dr. Holbertson), Francis DeSales (Minister), Irene Gilbert (Nurse Griffin), Bill Meigs (General Stanford), David "Buddy" Pansari (Taggert), Teru Shimada (Hidekei Ito), George Skaff (Habib Khoury), Don Ross (Sawyer)

Contents

Plot Overview

Convinced that the man accused of raping and killing a young executive is innocent, Barnaby and Cannon team up to prove that the heads of her company are really responsible.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

This is the second part of a two-part episode that began on Cannon a couple of nights earlier. For syndication purposes, the two parts were edited down into an incomprehensible mess that was distributed as a Cannon episode. At that time, two different companies syndicated the two series, Viacom (Cannon) and Worldvision (Barnaby Jones). Now that the two companies are one, through a series of mergers, maybe one day we can see these episodes as they originally ran.

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes