Judd for the Defense

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1967
Judd, for the Defense was an American legal drama originally broadcast on the ABC network on Friday nights from September 8, 1967, to September 19, 1969.

Judd, for the Defense was an American legal drama originally broadcast on the ABC network on Friday nights from September 8, 1967, to September 19, 1969.

Original Release

09/08/1967 on ABC

US Release

09/08/1967

Cast

Carl Betz Clinton Judd
Stephen Young Ben Caldwell
June Dayton Irene Schatz
Jim Goyette Second Deputy
Harry Stanton Jury Foreman
George N. Neise Matthew Tribin
Judy Farrell Judd's Secretary
Win De Lugo Ralph
Malachi Throne D.A. Franklin Gruson
Phil Chambers Poolman
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 In a Puff of Smoke Friday, 27 September 1968
2 Transplant Friday, 04 October 1968
3 The Ends of Justice Friday, 11 October 1968
4 The Name of This Game Is Acquittal Friday, 18 October 1968
5 The Sound of the Plastic Axe Friday, 25 October 1968
6 The Death Farm Friday, 01 November 1968
7 Weep the Hunter Home Friday, 08 November 1968
8 The Gates of Cerberus Friday, 15 November 1968
9 My Client, the Fool Friday, 22 November 1968
10 Punishments, Cruel and Unusual Friday, 06 December 1968
11 Thou Shalt Not Suffer a Witch to Live Friday, 13 December 1968
12 A Swim with Sharks Friday, 20 December 1968
13 The Crystal Maze Friday, 03 January 1969
14 Borderline Girl Friday, 10 January 1969
15 Epitaph on a Computer Card Friday, 17 January 1969
16 The Poisoned Tree Friday, 24 January 1969
17 The Law and Order Blues: Part 2 Friday, 31 January 1969
18 Between the Dark and the Daylight Friday, 07 February 1969
19 The Holy Ground: The Killing - Part 1 Friday, 14 February 1969
20 The Holy Ground: The Killers - Part 2 Friday, 21 February 1969
21 An Elephant in a Cigar Box Friday, 28 February 1969
22 The View from the Ivy Tower Friday, 07 March 1969
23 Runaway Friday, 14 March 1969
24 Visitation Friday, 21 March 1969
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Directors

Leo Penn, Boris Sagal, Alex March, Lamont Johnson, John Erman, John Llewellyn Moxey, William Hale, Alexander Singer, Richard A. Colla, Walter Doniger, Michael O'Herlihy, Larry Peerce, George McCowan, Robert Butler, Charles S. Dubin, Christian Nyby, Walter Grauman, Harvey Hart, Gerald Mayer, Jud Taylor, Michael Caffey, Ralph Senensky, William Wiard, Seymour Robbie

Writers

Harold Gast, Robert Lewin, John W. Bloch, William Kelley, E. Arthur Kean, Andy Lewis, James M. Miller, Alvin Sapinsley, Charles McDaniel, Sheldon Stark, William Froug, Paul Monash, Tina Pine, Joel Kane, Anthony Terpiloff, Jack Jacobs, Leo Lieberman, Roger H. Lewis, Jack Morse, Franklin Barton, Irving Gaynor Neiman, David E. Lewis, Frank Paris, Norman Borisoff, Gerry Day, Leon Tokatyan, Ellis Kadison, Arthur Rowe, Halsted Welles, Mel Goldberg, Lawrence L. Goldman, Meyer Dolinsky, Lester Pine, Saul Levitt, Stanford Whitmore, Barry Oringer, Arthur H. Singer, David Davidson

Creators

Paul Monash

Cast

Carl Betz Clinton Judd
Stephen Young Ben Caldwell
June Dayton Irene Schatz
Jim Goyette Second Deputy
Harry Stanton Jury Foreman
George N. Neise Matthew Tribin
Judy Farrell Judd's Secretary
Win De Lugo Ralph
Malachi Throne D.A. Franklin Gruson
Phil Chambers Poolman
Thom Carney Allan Engel
Ron Feinberg Liam Beale
Gerald Hiken Dr. LaSalle
David Sheiner D.A. Harry Reed
Karl Swenson Judge
Edward Binns Ambrose Liston
Walter Brooke Dan Miles
Walter Brooke John Gage
Richard Kiley Barnaby Cutler
John Dehner Byron Shellenbach

Producers

Editors

Danford B. Greene, Bill Mosher, George R. Rohrs, James Ballas, Jamie Caylor, David Berlatsky, Stanford Tischler, George Ohanian, Marshall Neilan Jr.

1969Golden GlobeBest TV Star - Male Won
1969EmmyOutstanding Dramatic Series Nominated
1969EmmyOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series Won
1969EmmyOutstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Nominated
1969EmmyOutstanding Achievement in Film Editing Won
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