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IRONSIDE – THE COMPLETE SERIES + BONUS (NBC 1967-75) RETAIL QUALITY - Raymond Burr, Don Galloway, Barbara Anderson, Don Mitchell, Elizabeth Baur

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This classic 1967-75 NBC crime drama starred Raymond Burr as ex-San Francisco Chief of Detectives Robert Ironside. Paralyzed by a sniper's bullet and confined to a wheelchair, Ironside becomes a consultant to the police and solves cases with the help of a crack team of investigators. Ironside was a triumphant return to television for Raymond Burr, following his long-running series Perry Mason.

The citizens of San Francisco are shocked by the news that Robert Ironside – the hard-nosed, tough-talking Chief of Detectives for the San Francisco Police Department – has been shot by a hitman while on vacation at his friend the Police Commissioner’s rural retreat.

Ironside survives the murder attempt, but the bullet has damaged his spine, leaving him paralyzed from the waist down. Confined to a wheelchair and unable to return to his old job, Ironside gets permission to continue investigating criminal cases as a civilian consultant (although he is often referred to as ‘Chief’ throughout the show) and sets up his operations base in a converted attic of SFPD headquarters.

With the assistance of two former protégées, Detective Sergeant Ed Brown (Don Galloway) and the beautiful Officer Eve Whitfield (Barbara Anderson), Ironside sets out to solve his first case as a civilian by finding the people responsible for the attempt on his life.

The final member of his team is newly-hired driver cum bodyguard, Mark Sanger (Don Mitchell) – a young man headed for the wrong side of the law until the Chief encouraged him to make a better life for himself.

The third season delivered a string of “very special episodes” in which Ironside finds himself in situations of jeopardy, kidnapped as a hostage in a prison break, and appointed as head of security for a political delegation in Red China.

Barbara Anderson left the show at the end of the 1970-71 season and was replaced by Elizabeth Baur as Policewoman Fran Belding.

This complete series set also includes the 1993 TV film The Return of Ironside.

Number of DVDs: 56
Number of Episodes: 197
Quality: 9.5/10
Running Time: 161 hrs (approx)
Aspect Ratios: Fullscreen 1.33:1
NOTES: This is a fan-made DVD set. Not a studio release.
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