McCloud

The Moscow Connection

Season 7, Ep 4, Aired 1/23/77
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  • Episode Description
  • The State Department sends Chief Clifford and McCloud to Moscow with a touring country & western singer, undercover.

  • 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 Kozoll

  • Bruce Kessler

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (13)

    • McCloud: Do svidanya! Tereshkoff: Marshal, why is it I feel I've been rode hard and put away wet? McCloud: There ya go.

    • Pierre Belsen: (Descending on a camera crane.) Fantastic, it's beautiful, I'm a genius! Bresnovitch, put a thirty-five on this. Perfect! OK, yes, fine... (Etc.)

    • Tereshkoff: I was hoping to learn something about the American way of life. How is it? McCloud: Well, I think we'll be in there kickin' for some time yet.

    • McCloud: Well, ya know, there's nothin' more disturbin' to a chicken coop than an intrudin' rooster. Chief Clifford: Does that lend itself to any kind of English translation?

    • McCloud: (To Tatiana.) Ma'am, I've never been one t' manhandle a lady. Y'understand? But if it means gettin' the truth outta ya, I'm goin' t' give it a shot.

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    Notes (1)

    • Ron Satlof is billed as Ronald Satlof.

    Trivia (2)

    • I got the feelin'-like-a-prairie-dog-sittin'-by-the-freeway blues. -Song performed by the American Country Jubilee in Moscow.

    • (In the club car on the train to Yalta, Tereshkoff calls McCloud's bluff by asking him to sing, which he does as follows.) I'm a cop in a little bitty town And I don't get much pay. I caught seventeen out-o'-state cars And four o' muh friends today. Well, I let the hometown boys go on home, They paid five dollars bail. But all the drivers in the out-o'-state cars, They had to go to jail. ... [A spoken riff continues, "and old Charlie, he's workin' out real good down at the corner drugstore where the red light signal is. I tell ya, that ol' boy can spot an out-o'-state car ten blocks away." As it approaches a green light, Charlie operates a "secret button" which lets the yellow light show for "a tenth of a second."] The way it stands this year so far I've made four hundred thou. For a high school dropout I'm doin' fine, I make more than the President now. [Spoken.] (O' course, he's honest.) If you're drivin' down the road And flashin' lights ya see, If they're on top of a red Rolls-Royce You can bet your boots it's me. If they're on top of a red Rolls-Royce You can bet your boots it's me.

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