Ironside/The Man Who Believed

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The Man Who Believed
Season 1, Episode 11
Airdate November 23, 1967
Written by Stephen Kandel
Directed by Anton M. Leader
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The Man Who Believed is the eleventh episode of the first season of Ironside.

Starring:

Guest Star: Guy Stockwell (Paul Bridger)

with Marcia Strassman (Samantha Dian)

Introducing: Barbara Rhoades (Bonnie Lloyd)

Co-Starring: Michael Constantine (Harry Brancusi), George Furth (Ray Harrison), Gene Lyons (The Commissioner), Cliff Potter (Dan Potter)

with Arthur Adams (Dr. Gwynne), Johnny Silver (John Brenner), Bill Welsh (Announcer), Alex Gerry (Dr. Maurice Zelman), June C. Ellis (Nurse), Sharon Harvey (Girl)

Contents

Plot Overview

Believing that a beautiful folk singer didn't take her own life, Ironside launches an investigation to prove foul play.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

At the time of this episode, Marcia Strassman had a recording contract with Uni Records, a Universal-owned label, which made her the perfect choice to play the murdered singer in this episode. She had one single for the label, "The Flower Children", and sings a song, "Even When You Cry", in this episode.

Memorable Moments

Quotes