Stoney Burke/Kincaid

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Kincaid
Season 1, Episode 28
Airdate April 22, 1963
Written by Bob Barbash
Directed by Leonard Horn
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Stoney BurkeSeason One
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Kincaid is the twenty-eighth episode of the first season of Stoney Burke, and the twenty-eighth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Dick Clark (Sgt. Andy Kincaid), David Winters (Lip), Sarah Marshall (Diane Banner), David Macklin (Frankie Sommers), Gerald Trump (Zero), Craig Curtis (Tommy), Mario Roccuzzo (Leader), Casey Tibbs (Himself), Harley May (Himself), Buck Taylor (Mule)

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Plot Overview

In a big city to put on a rodeo for underprivileged kids, Stoney soon finds himself butting heads with Juvenile Probation officer Kincaid, whom he reluctantly gets to help sell tickets for the event. One of Kincaid's charges, mouthy punk Frankie, breaks into his desk and steals some of the money raised from the ticket sales.

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Arc Advancement

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Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Real-life rodeo stars Casey Tibbs and Harley May appear as themselves in this episode.

Yet another unsold pilot for a possible spin-off, this one to have starred Dick Clark.

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

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