Run for Your Life/Tell It Like It Is

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Tell It Like It Is
Season 3, Episode 10
Airdate November 13, 1967
Production Number
Writer(s) Shirl Hendrix
Director(s) Ben Gazzara
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Tell It Like It Is is the tenth episode of the third season of Run for Your Life, and the seventieth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Franchot Tone (Judge Taliaferro Wilson), James Daly (Jerry Haines), Joan Huntington (Jennifer), Michael Strong (Lieutenant Decker), Lenore Kingston (Arlene Wilenski), Quinn Redeker (Dr. Ed Gilray), Jackie Coogan, Jr.(Don Chapman), Carl Byrd (Stenographer), Bob Harvey (Fred), Will J. White (Usher), David Kurzin (Man in Audience), Michael Guarini (Headwaiter)

Contents

Plot Overview

The investigation into the attempted murder of an obnoxious talk show host involves Paul, who had a not-so-pleasant interaction with the man before the shooting. Paul's friend and mentor, a respected judge, appeared on the show to promote his book, only to be humiliated by the creep of a host in front of a national TV audience.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Big props to guest stars Franchot Tone (as Paul's mentor, Judge Wilson), and especially to James Daly, who effortlessly channeled guys like Joe Pyne in his portrayal of talk show host Jerry Haines. Daly was one of the more in-demand guest actors of this period, and roles like this show why he was so popular among casting directors.

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes

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