Burke's Law

Season 1 Episode 9

Who Killed Wade Walker?

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Nov 15, 1963 on ABC
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Who Killed Wade Walker?
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When millionaire Wade Walker's plane explodes mid-air, Burke confronts Walker's business partner, secretary (whom Tim has an eye for), and the four women in his life (a model and beauty pageant queen, a society horse breeder, a starchy, sex-obsessed nurse, and a nightclub singer), one of whom Walker may have proposed to just before he died. All of Burke's theories go up in smoke when it is discovered that Walker died of an overdose of morphine before the plane blew up.moreless

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    Leon Lontoc

    Leon Lontoc

    Henry

    Gene Barry

    Gene Barry

    Captain Amos Burke

    Regis Toomey

    Regis Toomey

    Detective Sergeant Lester "Les" Hart

    Gary Conway (I)

    Gary Conway (I)

    Detective Tim Tilson

    David Whorf

    David Whorf

    Intern

    Guest Star

    Jess Kirkpatrick

    Jess Kirkpatrick

    Cathcart

    Guest Star

    Harry Lauter

    Harry Lauter

    Dr. Kalmus

    Guest Star

    Eileen O'Neill

    Eileen O'Neill

    Sgt. Gloria Ames

    Recurring Role

    Martha Hyer

    Martha Hyer

    Jerri Vaughn

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    Michael Fox

    Michael Fox

    M. E. George McLeod

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      • If, as reported by Alex McNeil in his book Total Television, Frank Sinatra did indeed make a cameo appearence in this episode, that sequence was apparently cut when the series footage was shortened for syndication (however, so far, no one who saw the series in it's original state has reported just what Sinatra's cameo was).Ever since I got that Total Television book, I have always wondered about this "cameo" by Frank Sinatra myself. Since no one, including myself, has ever seen Frank in any version of this episode, and since it's hard to imagine him in a cameo which, if cut out, would not affect any other scene, I think it's much more plausible to assume that this was a typo or a mental error and that the intention of Alex McNeil was to print NANCY Sinatra. [RW]

      • Original Library of Congress Registration #: LP31067Effective Registration # & date: RE-562-917 Dec. 4, 1991.

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