Baretta/Count the Days I'm Gone

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Count the Days I'm Gone
2x12
Airdate November 26, 1975
Written by teleplay
Michael Butler
story
Robert Swanson
Directed by Bruce Kessler
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BarettaSeason Two
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Count the Days I'm Gone is the twelfth episode of the second season of Baretta, and the twenty-fourth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Meg Foster (Stella), Alex Henteloff (Quinn), Elizabeth Cheshire (Molly), David Downing (Sully)

Co-Starring: Michael D. Roberts (Rooster), Tony Burton (Teak), Ron Thompson (Penguin)

With: Judith Hanson (Hooker), Ben Freedman (Benny), Ralph James (Businessman), John Ward (Foley)

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Plot Overview

Baretta protects an autistic young girl, the only witness to the murder of her friend, a blind hot dog vendor.

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