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Petrocelli/A Covenant with Evil

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A Covenant with Evil
Season 1, Episode 12
Airdate December 18, 1974
Production Number
Writer(s) Bob Green, Bill Harley, William Kelley (teleplay), Bob Green, Bill Harley (story)
Director(s) James Sheldon
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PetrocelliSeason One
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A Covenant with Evil is the twelfth episode of the first season of Petrocelli.

Guest Starring: Charlie Martin Smith (Frankie Toyer), David Huddleston (Lt. Ponce), Robyn Millan (Beth Williams)

Co-Starring: Dean Harens (Dr. Oscar Vernon), Arthur Malet (Clyde Ledbetter), Julie Cobb (Millie Conway), Paul Carr (Paul Cooper)

With: Dean Bradley (Bentley), Mary Tiffany (Nurse-Receptionist), Ian O'Connell (Police Officer Bracker), Arnold Jeffers (Judge), Lowell Gleason (Clerk), Kimo Owens (Deputy John Wilson)

Contents

Plot Overview

A young man with the mental capacity of a nine-year-old is accused of raping and killing a resident at the apartment building where he worked as a handyman. Petrocelli has his work cut out for him--his client was arrested for voyeurism in the past, plus his knife was used to damage the victim's car. Noting that she drove an expensive car, Tony has to wonder if she was involved in some illicit business that may have led to her getting killed.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

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