Ironside

Season 5 Episode 18

Find a Victim

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Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Jan 13, 1972 on NBC
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Find a Victim
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A Mob numbers racket suffers a series of robberies, but is understandably unwilling to report the thefts. The Chief, feeling that he knows who might be the guilty party, sets out not only to stop the robberies, but also to get to the thief before the Mob metes out their own form of justice.moreless

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Raymond Burr

Raymond Burr

Chief Robert T. Ironside

Don Galloway

Don Galloway

Detective Sergeant Ed Brown

Don Mitchell

Don Mitchell

Mark Sanger

Elizabeth Baur

Elizabeth Baur

Officer Fran Belding

Pat Hingle

Pat Hingle

Lou Karns

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Robert Emhardt

Robert Emhardt

Harvey Willford

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Paul Winfield

Paul Winfield

Luther Benson

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    • Luther Benson: So I gets back from the game and there's these two pi... uh, police officers waiting for me, saying something about a burglary. Man, I said they got to be jive'in. Oh excuse me, do you want one of these?
      Ironside: No, I'll take a raincheck.
      Luther Benson: Okay So, I let's 'em in and we searches every inch of this place, and I do mean every inch.
      Ironside: And nothing was missing?
      Luther Benson: No, I told the sergeant that before we started. I mean, who would want to rob me? I mean, just feast your eyes, Mr. Ironside, I mean I ain't exactly what anybody want to call rich you know. I mean it ain't always been like that, you dig, but I ain't got nothin'.
      Ironside: Perhaps you might have had something that belonged to, uh, somebody else.
      Luther Benson: Huh?
      Ironside: Well, you could have had a lot of cash on hand if you were, oh, say, umm... say, a numbers runner.
      Luther Benson: Oh, no ah, wait just a minute, hold it right there, Mr. Ironside, becuz ah... are you accusing me?
      Ironside: No, I'm terribly terribly sorry, Mr. Benson, I was just letting my imagination run away with me.
      Luther Benson: Um huh, that's exactly whatcha doing, your imagination was just running away witcha.
      Ironside: I apologize.
      Luther Benson: Hey, I accept your apology.
      Ironside: Poker game, is it over now.
      Luther Benson: Yep, it broke up when I left.
      Ironside: Where was it?
      Luther Benson: Now see, now there ya go again. I mean you asking me questions like I'm the criminal instead of the victim.
      Ironside: But you're not a victim, you just said so.
      Luther Benson: Well... yeah, well, I ain't either one.
      Ironside: Would you mind just humoring me? Just to humor me, answer the question.
      Luther Benson: What was the question?
      Ironside: What was the question?
      Luther Benson: Yeah.
      Ironside: Where was the poker game?
      Luther Benson: Oh yeah well it was at this cat's name Robbins, I don't know the number but he just lives down a couple of blocks. Queen Street, corner of Marsh.

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