Ironside

Season 4 Episode 4

The People Against Judge McIntire

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Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Oct 08, 1970 on NBC
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The People Against Judge McIntire
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A judge decides to begin a series of lectures about a case that he tried eight years previously, the result of which was that a man was executed. Immediately he starts to receive death threats; but with no clues to help, the Chief may not be able to find the would-be murderer - who may, it appears, have committed the murder in the original case as well.moreless

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    Raymond Burr

    Raymond Burr

    Chief Robert T. Ironside

    Don Galloway

    Don Galloway

    Detective Sergeant Ed Brown

    Barbara Anderson

    Barbara Anderson

    Officer Eve Whitfield

    Don Mitchell

    Don Mitchell

    Mark Sanger

    James Daly

    James Daly

    Judge Leland McIntire

    Guest Star

    Mala Powers

    Mala Powers

    Abby McIntire

    Guest Star

    Alan Hale

    Alan Hale

    Lawrence Dresher/Goodman

    Guest Star

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      • Clerk: Oh, yes, Mr. Dresher, Judge McIntire telephoned to say you'd be coming. Would you just fill this out, it acknowledges that...
        Dresher: It acknowledges that I'm in the classroom for auditing purposes only. Later, if I enroll, I will receive appropriate credit.
        Clerk: You make the job too easy.
        Ed: They want your life history around here.
        Dresher: The cybernetic age. We're a nation gathering statistics.
        Ed: I hear the course is worth it, though.
        Dresher: McIntire is a real-life judge, and famous.
        Ed: Plus a department murder case.
        Dresher: Should be interesting after eight years. I remember the case well. I testified in it.

      • Judge McIntire: Je ne regrette rien. "I regret nothing." That's the name of a love song popular in France at the moment I think. Ah, the French, they carry love and logic to an absurdity. (class laughs) Case number 678549, the people of the state of California versus John Parkman. Crime, section 1-8-7 of the penal code, murder in first. Transcript of the first six days of the trial. There are twenty of these people, I hope we can get through them all.

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