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Switch is an American action-adventure detective series starring Eddie Albert and Robert Wagner. It was broadcast on the CBS network for three seasons between September 9, 1975, and August 20, 1978, bumping the Hawaii Five-O detective series to Friday nights.

Switch is an American action-adventure detective series starring Eddie Albert and Robert Wagner. It was broadcast on the CBS network for three seasons between September 9, 1975, and August 20, 1978, bumping the Hawaii Five-O detective series to Friday nights.

Original Release

03/21/1975 on CBS

Cast

Eddie Albert Frank MacBride
Sharon Gless Maggie Philbin
Robert Wagner Pete T. Ryan
James Hong
Charlie Callas Malcolm Argos
William Bryant
Mindi Miller Revel
William Bryant Lt. Stafford Shilton
Charlie Callas Malcolm Argos (credit only)
James Hong Wang
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Net Loss Friday, 23 September 1977
2 Downshift Friday, 30 September 1977
3 Legend of the Macunas: Part 1 Friday, 14 October 1977
4 Legend of the Macunas: Part 2 Friday, 21 October 1977
5 Fade Out Friday, 04 November 1977
6 Dancer Monday, 05 December 1977
7 Go for Broke Monday, 12 December 1977
8 Lady of the Deep Monday, 19 December 1977
9 Thirty Thousand Witnesses Monday, 26 December 1977
10 Dangerous Curves Monday, 02 January 1978
11 The Tong Monday, 09 January 1978
12 Who Killed Lila Craig? Monday, 16 January 1978
13 Three Blonde Mice Monday, 30 January 1978
14 Coronado Circle Tuesday, 07 February 1978
15 Stolen Island Tuesday, 28 March 1978
16 Formula for Murder Friday, 28 April 1978
17 Blue Crusaders Reunion Friday, 05 May 1978
18 Mexican Standoff Friday, 12 May 1978
19 Play-Off Sunday, 18 June 1978
20 The Cage Sunday, 25 June 1978
21 Photo Finish Sunday, 02 July 1978
22 The Siege at the Bouziki Bar Sunday, 09 July 1978
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Directors

Sigmund Neufeld Jr., John Peyser, Leo Penn, Bruce Kessler, Fernando Lamas, Sutton Roley, Edward M. Abroms, David Impastato, Ray Danton, Allen Baron, Noel Black, Ivan Dixon, E.W. Swackhamer, Gordon Hessler, David Friedkin, Gerald Mayer, John Newland, Paul Krasny, Seymour Robbie, Phil Bondelli, James Sheldon, Bruce Evans, Michael Caffey, Dick Moder, Lawrence Doheny, Douglas Heyes, Walter Doniger, Alf Kjellin, Glen A. Larson, Arnold Laven, Reza Badiyi, Jerry London

Writers

Glen A. Larson, Larry Forrester, David Chase, Michael Kozoll, Leigh Vance, Robert Earll, Stephen Kandel, Paul Playdon, David Ketchum, Lou Shaw, David Taylor, Shirl Hendryx, Norman Hudis, Gene R. Kearney, Michael I. Wagner, Bruce Shelly, Walter Dallenbach, Cynthia A. Cherbak, Jack Guss, Morton S. Fine, Patrick Mathews, Robert Dellinger, Lewis Davidson, Eugene Cotton, Paul Shilling, Mort Zarcoff, Chris Lucky, Eric Kaldor, John Lewis Figueroa, David P. Lewis, Donald P. Bellisario, Charles Sailor, Arthur Rowe, Mel Goldberg, Madeline Di Maggio, Alan Godfrey, John Peyser, Bill Stratton, Anthony DiMarco, Tom Bagen, Sue Milburn, Gregory S. Dinallo, David Carren, Kathy Donnell, Gene Thompson, Richard H. Landau, Michael Sloan, Richard Powell, Edward J. Lakso, Rudolph Borchert, Carey Wilber, Peter Allan Fields, Stephen J. Cannell, Roy Huggins, Steve Fisher

Creators

Glen A. Larson

Cast

Producers

Editors

John Arthur Davies, Alan C. Marks, Michael S. Murphy, Fred Baratta, Edward W. Williams, John J. Dumas, Robert Wagner, Anthony Redman, Bernard J. Small, David Howe, Ronald LaVine, Albert J.J. Zúñiga, Michael Berman, Tim Shoemaker, Larry Lester

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