McCloud

Season 4 Episode 3

A Cowboy in Paradise

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Jan 20, 1974 on NBC
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A Cowboy in Paradise
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Just before presenting a rackets case, Chief Clifford goes to Hawaii for a police conference. Taos sends McCloud, too, and the Marshal is obliged to dragoon a vacationing N.Y. policewoman when the Chief is set up on a murder charge.

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    Dennis Weaver

    Dennis Weaver

    Deputy Marshal Sam McCloud, Taos, New Mexico

    Terry Carter

    Terry Carter

    Sergeant Joe Broadhurst

    J.D. Cannon

    J.D. Cannon

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

    Louise Lasser

    Louise Lasser

    Sergeant Maggie Philbin

    Guest Star

    James Gregory

    James Gregory

    Dave Harmon

    Guest Star

    Martha Hyer

    Martha Hyer

    Peggy Hamilton

    Guest Star

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Now here's to the Golden Rule-
        Here's to the silver sea-
        Mostly here's a toast
        To you all and me.
        -"Tiny Bubbles" (Sung by AL MOANA.)

    • QUOTES (12)

      • Al Moana: You're right. You're right, McCloud. I'm a singer, I'm not a shooter. I found that out from the boys in Las Vegas at the tables. Never play games with the big boys, man. They're bad winners.

      • Peggy Hamilton: The life I'm leading now is one giant deception. But it's all I've got.

      • McCloud: Ain't exactly karate, but it keeps me out of trouble.

      • McCloud: You got it?
        Sgt. Philbin: I'll do it. But I don't got it.
        McCloud: Just do it.

      • Chief Clifford: Oh, I imagine there are a lot of people who would like to see me locked up, but most of them are probably in New York.

      • Al Moana: She's an islander too, McCloud. I don't think you're going to get anything out of her.
        McCloud: Maybe. But sometime, somewhere down the line, somebody's gonna open up.

      • Peggy Hamilton: I'm sorry, Mr. McCloud, but it looks like you're on the wrong track. My husband would go a long way to protect his name and privacy, but not all the way to murder.
        McCloud: Well, maybe somebody just went a little bit farther than your husband intended.

      • McCloud: Hey, that sounds romantic, doesn't it.
        Sgt. Philbin: It does sound romantic, doesn't it? A New York girl on a floating luau.

      • McCloud: Looks like a nice spread.
        Sgt. Philbin: (Laughs.) You know, McCloud, if it weren't for you, someone might be saying that about me right now.

      • Lt. Kelani: Who goes to a motel with a sexy lady to watch television?
        McCloud: Well, beats watchin' it alone.

      • Al Moana: (Onstage with audience members.) Grandma, you come with me, you're going to do the hula now. OK? You're supposed to say no, Grandma. Stand behind me and put your hands on my hips. Underneath my coat on my hips. My hips are lower down, Grandma! Don't fool around under there! ...Grandpa, take her home, she's ready.

      • (Riding horses at sunup on the beach.)
        Sgt. Philbin: McCloud?
        McCloud: (Dully.) Uh-huh.
        Sgt. Philbin: Have you heard of the, um, New Morality?
        McCloud: Uh-huh.

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