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The Streets Of San Francisco season 1 episodes list:
Detectives Stone and Keller try to reconstruct the final days of a murdered young woman in order to find clues to identify her killer.
When a police officer is fatally shot 3 days before he is due to retire, Stone undertakes a relentless search for the killer.
Stone and Keller finally get a lead on a serial killer who has been knifing prostitutes when one of the victims survives the attack.
A salesman attending a convention wrongly believes that he is responsible for the death of an attractive female hitchhiker who had lured him to her houseboat.
A Vietnam veteran goes AWOL from the army in order to kidnap the son he has never seen.
Investigating a young woman's death, Stone ends up saving another from murder at the hands of the same mentally-unbalanced man.
Stone sets out to discover why a young detective seems to be absolutely convinced of a murder suspect's guilt for no apparent reason.
Stone appears to be the only one willing to give the benefit of the doubt to a convict who is accused of a murder while out of prison on a 36-hour pass.
When a corner newspaper vendor goes after the muggers who stole his life savings, Stone and Keller discover that the crime is linked to the murder of a housing commissioner.
The murders of a flight attendant and a nurse who were rooming together lead Stone and Keller to suspect a jewelry salesman and his wife.
In their attempt to bring down a family of con artists who victimize entire neighborhoods, Stone and Keller are aided by dissension among the gang members.
A college professor, shot accidentally while trying to pay off a blackmailer, refuses to co-operate with Stone's investigation for fear that the publicity will lose him an upcoming promotion.
A man who served 12 years in prison to protect his brother gets out only to find that the brother never told their father, a Greek restaurant owner, the truth about who should have gone to jail.
Stone and Keller suspect that an artist's fatal fall from his studio window was not an accident.
Two fishermen (Colasanto and Caruso) decide to keep quiet after witnessing a human smuggling ring.
Roommate (played by Brenda Vaccaro) of a slain police officer agrees to be bait in a rape investigation. After Mike Stone kicks her off the case, she continues on her own, hurtling headlong into peril.
A retired hit man returns to San Francisco, not knowing that he will be the target of a hit.
A murder brings to light a coin dealer's plan to substitute fakes for the rare coins in a collection.
One witness in a racketeering trial is killed with a booby-trapped car, and Stone worries that the remaining witness, Roy Chaffee, will be picked off by a hit man if he surfaces.
Stone discovers that a murdered woman was involved with both a famous newspaper reporter and his son.
A gang takes Mike Stone hostage after killing a policeman in an attempt to flee from a grocery store robbery. They want to trade Stone in for their leader, Buddy Sims.
When a boy disappears after school, suspicion falls on the neighborhood recluse.
after spending ""a lousy"" 12 years in prison for a rape / torture / murder, a young punk returns to san francisco to seek revenge against mike stone who was the arresting officer. for starters, the guy murders a girlfriend of mike stone's daughter..... so the killer is REALLY a sicko. the episode spends quite a lot of time on the supposed legal manuvers of the suspect to harrass without going over the line and getting arrested. its okay for hollywood, but the techniques used were fairly shallow and not really something that could be used and especially today. all ends well, though, and mike's daughter says 'bye daddy' as she rolls out on her busride back to her college in AZ.
A father finds out that the man who murdered his son is released on a technicality.
Mike Stone has reason to believe that the death of a politician is no accident.
A priest (Fr. Scarne) won't tell Stone where a murderer (Abel Hoffman) is hiding. Stakes are raised by drug smugglers looking for a stolen shipment of heroin.
Stone and Keller look into the beating death of three homeless men.