McCloud

The 42nd Street Cavalry

Season 5, Ep 4, Aired 11/17/74
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  • Episode Description
  • McCloud's lackluster assignments make him grouse, so Chief Clifford sends him to the Mounted Unit. A fence sets up a munitions theft at a National Guard Armory (USMC) for a revolutionary group, and the cavalry is on its way.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Dennis Weaver

    Deputy Marshal Sam McCloud, Taos, New Mexico

  • Terry Carter

    Sergeant Joe Broadhurst

  • J.D. Cannon

    Peter B. Clifford, Chief of Detectives, City of New York

  • Michael Gleason

  • Arthur Deutsch

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (14)

    • McCloud: Just happened to be in the vicinity, Chief, when the call came in. Chief Clifford: As long as you're here, make yourself useful. Work your way downtown. McCloud: Right. Chief Clifford: No, make it uptown!

    • Revolutionary: But if anything goes wrong... Packy: I hope you're the first one to get it. Let's go. Revolutionary: You're funny! You're funny! All right, come on.

    • Sgt. Cross: (After a long day undercover.) Well, I just want to jump into bed. McCloud: That's a very friendly thought, Sergeant.

    • Packy: You're a devious little- Manny: Hey, we sell the guns to somebody else, somebody gives us a commission as fat as-as fat as you are! Packy: Hey, Manny... You wouldn't do that to old Packy, you wouldn't do that to me. Manny: Tomorrow morning, Packy, or that little cash register in your head is going to go tch-tch, clink-No Sale!

    • Capt. Dettmer: We had to take a chance. Chief Clifford: And you had to send this backwoods Barrymore undercover.

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    Notes (2)

    • Peter Mark Richman played Chief Clifford in the pilot for McCloud.

    • Charles K. McClelland is billed as Chuck McClelland.

    Trivia (2)

    • John Finnegan is incorrectly billed as playing a Mounted Sergeant.

    • Arthur Deutsch's name is misspelled in the credits.

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