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The Streets of San Francisco/The Programming of Charlie Blake

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The Programming of Charlie Blake
Season 3, Episode 19
Airdate February 6, 1975
Production Number 5072
Writer(s) Rick Blaine
Director(s) Nicholas Colasanto
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Guest Stars: William Smithers (Dr. Norman Jessup), Sharon Acker (Eleanor Jessup), Lynne Marta (Jill Ackerman)

Special Guest Star: Dean Stockwell (Charlie Blake)

Co-Starring: Fred Sadoff (Dr. Lenny Murchison), John Stephenson (Leonard Paxton), George Garro (Bob Carr)

With: Rudolph Willrich (Polygraph Technician), Susan Richardson (Marlene Hollander), Dee Wallace (Joan Warren), Ben Marino (Inspector Bruce), James Christy (Sgt. Ludkins)

Contents

Plot Overview

A murderous psychiatrist diverts suspicion from himself by framing a patient, a man who has a police record for making obscene calls.

Notes

Trivia

Behind the Scenes

This episode is directed by Nicholas Colasanto, one of three men to both act in (the first-season episode "Deathwatch") and direct for Streets. The other two are Lawrence Dobkin (guest-stars in the pilot episode, and directs three first season episodes) and Michael Douglas (directs the fourth-season episode "Spooks For Sale").

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