Mod Squad

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The Mod Squad is an American crime drama series that ran on ABC from 1968 to 1973. It starred Michael Cole as Peter "Pete" Cochran, Peggy Lipton as Julie Barnes, Clarence Williams III as Lincoln "Linc" Hayes, and Tige Andrews as Captain Adam Greer. read more

The Mod Squad is an American crime drama series that ran on ABC from 1968 to 1973. It starred Michael Cole as Peter "Pete" Cochran, Peggy Lipton as Julie Barnes, Clarence Williams III as Lincoln "Linc" Hayes, and Tige Andrews as Captain Adam Greer. The executive producers of the series were Aaron Spelling and Danny Thomas.

Original Release

09/24/1968 on ABC

Cast

Michael Cole Pete Cochran
Tige Andrews Capt. Adam Greer
Clarence Williams III Linc Hayes
Peggy Lipton Julie Barnes
Simon Scott Chief Barney Metcalf
Joseph Mosca
Harry Basch Dr. Berger
Rudy Challenger Dr. Gordon
Russ Conway Dr. Jay Milton
Bill Quinn Doctor
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 The Connection Thursday, 14 September 1972
2 The Thundermakers Thursday, 21 September 1972
3 Yesterday's Ashes Thursday, 28 September 1972
4 A Gift for Jenny Thursday, 05 October 1972
5 Taps, Play It Louder Thursday, 12 October 1972
6 Eyes of the Beholder Thursday, 19 October 1972
7 Good Times Are Just Memories Thursday, 26 October 1972
8 Corbey Thursday, 02 November 1972
9 Can You Hear Me Out There? Thursday, 09 November 1972
10 Another Final Game Thursday, 16 November 1972
11 Crime Club Thursday, 23 November 1972
12 The Twain Thursday, 30 November 1972
13 Belinda, End of Little Miss Bubble Gum Thursday, 07 December 1972
14 Kristie Thursday, 14 December 1972
15 Sanctuary Thursday, 21 December 1972
16 Run, Lincoln, Run Thursday, 04 January 1973
17 Don't Kill My Child Thursday, 18 January 1973
18 Death in High Places Thursday, 25 January 1973
19 Put Out the Welcome Mat for Death Thursday, 01 February 1973
20 Scion of Death Thursday, 08 February 1973
21 The Night Holds Terror Thursday, 15 February 1973
22 Cry Uncle Thursday, 22 February 1973
23 And Once for My Baby Thursday, 01 March 1973
24 And Once for My Baby (1) Thursday, 01 March 1973
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Directors

Gene Nelson, Robert Michael Lewis, Earl Bellamy, George McCowan, Jerry Jameson, Philip Leacock, Richard Newton, Don McDougall, Seymour Robbie, Lawrence Dobkin, Michael Caffey, Barry Shear, Harve Bennett, Jack Arnold, John Llewellyn Moxey, Lee H. Katzin, Don Taylor, Georg Olden, Ivan Dixon, E.W. Swackhamer, Harvey Hart, William Crain, Reza Badiyi, Richard Rush, Daniel Haller, Terry Becker, Harry Falk, Leonard Horn, Phil Bondelli

Writers

Harve Bennett, Tony Barrett, Buddy Ruskin, Sammy Hess, Edward J. Lakso, Rick Husky, Gwen Bagni, Steffi Barrett, Paul Dubov, Walter Black, Jack Turley, Rita Lakin, Richard H. Landau, Arthur Weingarten, Mann Rubin, Skip Webster, Stephen Kandel, Robert Heverly, Ernie Frankel, Margaret Schneider, Margaret Armen, Alvin Boretz, William Bast, Elroy Schwartz, S.S. Schweitzer, Robert M. Young, Robert C. Dennis, William Wood, Don Ingalls, Gene L. Coon, Robert Hamner, Sandor Stern, Robert M. Young, Paul Schneider, Robert Foster, Joanna Lee, Marvin Kaplan, Donald Wrye, William Clark, Cliff Gould, Daniel B. Ullman, Tige Andrews, Malvin Wald, Martin Roth, Anthony Lawrence, Gerald Sanford, Shirl Hendryx, Theodore J. Flicker, Jackson Gillis, Jerome Ross, Robert Schlitt, Warren Hamilton Jr., Norman Katkov, Frank Telford, Henry Rosenbaum, Sheldon Stark, David P. Harmon, John W. Bloch, Leigh Chapman, Robert L. Collins, Stanley Ralph Ross, Robert Sherman, James Schmerer, Jack Marlando, Tom Carota, David H. Vowell, Theodore Apstein, Donald L. Stewart, Mel Goldberg, Peggy O'Shea, Richard M. Bluel, Roger H. Lewis, Don Richman, Sonya Roberts, Joel Hammil, Byron Twiggs, Bryn Morgan, Fenton Hobart Jr., Mark Saha

Creators

Buddy Ruskin

Cast

Michael Cole Pete Cochran
Tige Andrews Capt. Adam Greer
Clarence Williams III Linc Hayes
Peggy Lipton Julie Barnes
Simon Scott Chief Barney Metcalf
Joseph Mosca
Harry Basch Dr. Berger
Rudy Challenger Dr. Gordon
Russ Conway Dr. Jay Milton
Bill Quinn Doctor
Gary Vinson Beau Graves
Bill Walker Rollie
Robert Broyles
Robert Broyles Kent
Annette Charles Cory Rivera
Shep Houghton Plane Passenger
Shep Houghton Reporter
Austin Willis Joseph Bellen
Charles Wagenheim Beach Scavenger
Hal Smith Jeweler

Producers

Editors

Leon Carrere, George W. Brooks, Les Green, Bob Lewis, Jason H. Bernie, David McCann, Hugh Chaloupka, Art Seid, Richard V. Heermance, Dick Wormell, Bill Mosher, James Moore, Jim Faris, Ronald J. Fagan, Brian Brunette

1973 Golden Globe Best TV Actress - Drama Nominated
1972 Golden Globe Best TV Show - Drama Nominated
1972 Golden Globe Best TV Actress - Drama Nominated
1972 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series Nominated
1971 Golden Globe Best TV Show - Drama Nominated
1971 Golden Globe Best TV Actress - Drama Won
1971 Golden Globe Best Supporting Actor - Television Nominated
1971 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series Nominated
1970 Golden Globe Best TV Show - Drama Nominated
1970 Golden Globe Best TV Actress - Drama Nominated
1970 Emmy Outstanding Dramatic Series Nominated
1970 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series Nominated
1970 Emmy Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Drama Nominated
1969 Emmy Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series Nominated
1969 Emmy Outstanding Individual Achievement in Electronic Production Nominated
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