Dan August/The Color of Fury

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The Color of Fury
Season 1, Episode 6
Airdate October 28, 1970
Written by William Wood
Directed by Harvey Hart
Produced by Anthony Spinner
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The Color of Fury is the sixth episode of the first season of Dan August.

Starring: Burt Reynolds (Lt. Dan August)

Also Starring: Norman Fell (Sgt. Charles Wilentz), Richard Anderson (Chief George Untermeyer), Ned Romero (Sgt. Joe Rivera), Ena Hartman (Katy Grant)

with Guest Stars: Raymond St. Jacques (Jimmy Barlowe), Ray Danton (Andriotti), Richard O'Brien (Marston)

and Special Guest Star: Nehemiah Persoff (Leo Cussoni)

Co-Starring: Ella Edwards (April), Lawrence Cook (Hesh), John Considine (Mr. Sylvester)

with Arthur Adams (Calvin Hazlewood), Bill Quinn (Judge), Booth Colman (Doctor), Ranata Vanni (Theresa Cussoni), Mike Warren (Gant), Jim Nolan (), Ann Raymond (Mrs. Sylvester), Gilbert Lewis (), John Yates (), James Chandler (), Tony Dante ()

Contents

Plot Overview

A black activist is accused of killing a white councilman's sister. Dan initially believes the man to be guilty, but changes his mind when things don't seem to add up. He wants to clear the man of the crime, but the suspect seems to want to sabotage his own case and refuses to cooperate.

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Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

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Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

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