Stefanie Powers

Stefanie's vast film and television career spans decades, working with many legendary actors and actresses.  Her feature film career began very early - opposite Lee Remick in the thriller Experiment in Terror, opposite John Wayne in the western McLintock!, opposite Tallulah Bankhead in the drama Die! Die! My Darling!, and continues to this day in select feature film roles.  However, Stefanie is probably best-known from her television work.  During her early television career, she guest starred in dozens of episodic series - from the dramas Bonanza, Route 66 and The Streets of San Francisco, to light-hearted dramas Love American Style, to the comedies The Ann Southern Show including the recent What About Joan?  But it was Stefanie's series work in the television series The Girl From U.N.C.L.E., The Feather and Father Gang and Hart to Hart that made her a household name throughout the world. 

So, browse through all of Stefanie's credits below, and click on each of the series links for an in-depth look at them.

Feature Films  
  Jump! (2007) ... Katherine Wilkins
A psychological drama revealing for the first time the extraordinary circumstances behind the unjust murder trial of the young Jew.

Rabbit Fever Stefanie Powers

Rabbit Fever (2006) ... Georgia's Mum
The Rabbit is the world's belling-selling vibrator. In the past year alone, millions have been sold all over the globe. Now experts are warning the Rabbit is becoming the new addiction; women who start using often find they simply cannot stop. RABBIT FEVER is the first film to follow the trials and tribulations of a group of Rabbit Addicts as they attempt to kick their Rabbit habit

Escape to Athena Stefanie Powers

Escape to Athena (1979) ... Dottie Del Mar
During the World War II, the prisoners of a German camp in a Greek Island are trying to escape. They don't want only their freedom, but they also seek for an ineffable treasure hidden in a monastery at the top of the island's mountain.

Invisible Strangler Stefanie Powers

Invisible Strangler (1976) ...Candy Barrett
A convicted strangler, studying the paranormal in his jail cell, learns to make himself invisible. As an invisible man, he escapes from prison to stalk and strangle the five women who testified against him at his trial.

It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time Stefanie Powers

It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time (1975) ... Georgina
A man tries to win back his ex-wife, whose builder husband wants to evict her mother.

Gone With The West Stefanie Powers

Gone With The West (aka Bronco Busters, aka Little Moon and Jud McGraw) (1975) ... Little Moon

Jud leaves a sadistically run prison and returns to an equally wicked town.  He seeks revenge against his family’s murderer who runs the local bar and brothel.  Helping Jud is an odd seductress, Little Moon.

Herbie Rides Again Ken Howard Stefanie Powers

Herbie Rides Again (1974) ... Nicole Harris
Alonzo Hawk is a mean-spirited property developer who has bought several blocks of land in the downtown district in order to build a gigantic shopping mall. There is one problem however; an elderly widow named Steinmetz won't sell the one remaining lot that Hawk needs to proceed with his scheme. So he resorts to all manner of chicanery, legal or otherwise, to get it. Fortunately, the widow Steinmetz has an ace up her sleeve in the form of Herbie, the miraculous Volkswagen

The Magnificent Seven Ride! Stefanie Powers

The Magnificent Seven Ride! (1972) ... Mrs. Laurie Gunn
Marshal Chris Adams turns down a friend's request to help stop the depredations of a gang of Mexican bandits. When his wife is killed by bank robbers and his friend is killed capturing the last thief, Chris feels obligated to take up his friend's cause and recruits a writer and five prisoners to destroy the desperadoes.

The Boatniks Stefanie Powers

The Boatniks (1970) ... Kate Fairchild
Young and awkward, The Coast-Guard's ensign Thomas Garland suffers from the comparison with his late father, a war hero. Which does not prevent him from falling for pretty Kate Fairchild, a young woman who runs a sailing school. Of course the way he expresses his deep sympathy for the lady leaves something to be desired. And the situation does not improve when a trio of bumbling jewel thieves interferes.

Crescendo Stefanie Powers

Crescendo (1970) ... Susan Roberts
The night the loving ended and the killing began!

Warning Shot Stefanie Powers

Warning Shot (1967) ... Liz Thayer
A police sergeant kills a man who pulls a gun on him during a stakeout. The man's gun disappears, and the sergeant is charged with manslaughter. The sergeant works to clear his name and determine where the gun went and why the man was there at all.

Stagecoach Stefanie Powers

Stagecoach (1966) ... Mrs. Mallory
These were the ten who fought Indians, outlaws and each other as they rode to greatness on the stagecoach to Cheyenne!

The Young Sinner Stefanie Powers

The Young Sinner (1965) ... Ginny Miller
It's happening today and every day in YOUR town in YOUR school on YOUR block!.

Die! Die! My Darling! Stefanie Powers

Die! Die! My Darling! (1965) ... Pat Carroll
While in rural England beautiful Pat Carroll decides to pay a courtesy call on the mother of her dead fiance Stephen, who was killed in an auto accident several years earlier. The overbearing Mrs. Trefoile is very controlling and presses Pat to stay overnight and go to church with her in the morning. In short order, her guest becomes her prisoner as the religious fanatic uses her servants to enforce her will. When Pat tells her that she wasn't going through with the marriage and that Stephen actually committed suicide, Mrs. Trefoile decides to starve her into obedient submission. Her only hope is that Alan, her current fiance, will rescue her.

Love Has Many Faces Stefanie Powers

Love Has Many Faces (1965) ... Carol Lambert
Rich playgirl Kit Jordan (nee Katherine Lawson Chandler) is in Acapulco vacationing with her current husband, Pete Jordan, formerly an American beach boy working the Acapulco shores for rich women. Meanwhile, the body of one of Pete's fellow beach boys, Billy Andrews, washes to shore. On his wrist is a bracelet engraved with "Love is thin ice." The police investigate whether it was murder or suicide. Conflict arises when Billy's old girlfriend, Carol, makes a play for Pete, and beach boy Hank tries to score with Kit, and the stability of the marriage is put to the test.

The New Interns Stefanie Powers

The New Interns (1964) ... Gloria Worship nee Mead
The picture is a fast-paced look at a group of interns struggling through their first year in a real hospital setting.

McClintock! John Wayne Stefanie Powers

McLintock! (1963) ... Becky McLintock
Cattle baron George Washington McLintock fights his wife, his daughter, and political land-grabbers, finally "taming" them all in this Western comedy with Taming of the Shrew overtones.

Palm Springs Weekend Stefanie Powers

Palm Springs Weekend (1963) ... Bunny Dixon
A group of college kids flock to Palm Springs for Spring Break for fun and to look for romance, centering mostly on a college basketball player wooing the daughter of the town's police chief, and a naive teenage girl torn between two different men pursuing her.

If A Man Answers Stefanie Powers

If A Man Answers (1962) ... Tina
Rich socialite, Sandra Dee meets and marries photographer Bobby Darin and attempts to "train" him to be the perfect husband. Look for a very young Stefanie Powers as the devious friend .

The Interns Stefanie Powers

The Interns (1962) ... Nurse Gloria Mead
A large city hospital serves as a microcosm of life's conditions, passions, triumphs and tragedies.  Each of the young doctors-in-training share the same goal, but have different ideas about how they'll spend their residency.

Experiment in Terror Stefanie Powers

Experiment in Terror (1962) ... Toby Sherwood
Kelly Sherwood is terrorized by a man with an asthmatic voice who plans to use her to steal $100,000 from the bank where she works. He threatens to kill her teenage sister Toby, if she tells the police. However she manages to contact F.B.I. agent Ripley.

Tammy Tell Me True Stefanie Powers Taffy Paul

Tammy Tell Me True (1961) ... Kay
(credited as Taffy Paul)
In this emotional romance, the young backwoods girl Tammy lives in a houseboat on the river. She is very sad because she hasn't heard from her college-student boyfriend in ages. Determined to be near him, she cruises her boat down to his university and enrolls. To pay expenses she gets a job. Her new boss is pleased and ends up borrowing Tammy's boat for a short vacation. She then gives the girl an expensive necklace. Tammy soon finds herself pursued by a handsome professor. Later, the niece of Tammy's boss becomes worried at her wealthy aunt's mysterious disappearance and organizes a search party. When she sees Tammy wearing her aunt's necklace, she assumes the worst and has the girl arrested. Later the conniving niece has her aunt tried for mental incompetence. Fortunately, Tammy's pleas are heard by the compassionate judge, her boss is deemed sane, and peace is restored.

Among the Thorns Stefanie Powers

Among The Thorns (1960) ...
Television - Series  

Hart to Hart Stefanie Powers

Hart to Hart (1979 - 1983) ... Jennifer Hart
The globe-trotting adventures of amateur detectives Jonathan and Jennifer Hart.

The Feather and Father Gang Harold Gould Stefanie Powers

The Feather and Father Gang (1976 - 1977) ... Toni 'Feather' Danton
A gorgeous lawyer and her con man father solve crimes.

The Girl From U.N.C.L.E. Stefanie Powers

The Girl From U.N.C.L.E. (1966 - 1967) ... April Dancer
This spin-off from "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." features the adventures of sexy spy April Dancer, who works for an international agency called the United Network Command for Law and Enforcement, which is dedicated to protecting the world from evil doers such as those who work for THRUSH. April's sidekick is the Brit Mark Slate, and their boss is the crusty Mr. Waverly.
Television Mini-Series  

Hollywood Wives Stefanie Powers

Hollywood Wives (Feb. 17, 1985) ... Montana Gray
A three-part, six-hour adaptation of Jackie Collins' book about a group of very wealthy, attractive, snobbish women who are caught up in the low life and high society of Hollywood.

Mistral's Daughter Stefanie Powers

Mistral's Daughter (Oct. 14, 1985) ... Maggy Lunel
Beautiful and naïve Maggy Lunel arrives in Paris completely broke. She becomes an artist's model and the toast of Paris, attracting the attention of Picasso-like painter Julien Mistral, an arrogant and selfish man who places his work above everything. Their paths diverge as Mistral's art catches the eye of a rich American woman who becomes his patroness and eventually his wife. During the war years in France, Mistral collaborates with the Nazis in order to continue with his work, a decision that will come back to haunt him years later. In the meantime, Maggy has a daughter named Teddy who grows up and falls in love with Mistral with whom she has a child named Fauve. As Mistral ages, he comes to terms with his selfish past and wartime betrayal through his art, leaving a beautiful legacy for his daughter, Fauve.

Washington: Behind Closed Doors Stefanie Powers

Washington: Behind Closed Doors (Sept. 6, 1977) ... Sally Whalen
The story of a power-hungry U.S. President, and the men he surrounds himself with in order to keep his hold on power. Based on John Ehrlichman's book about the Nixon administration.
Television: Movies  
  Meet My Mom (2009) ... Louise

Someone is Watching Stefanie Powers

Someone is Watching (Jan. 10, 2002) ... Michelle Dupre
Cory is a young boy who has just moved into a new house with his mom. He develops a relationship with an "imaginary" friend who lives in his closet. No one believes him until people start dying violently and the "imaginary" friend becomes all too real.
  Till Death Do Us Hart (Aug. 25, 1996) ... Jennifer Hart
Munich is the setting of yet another Hart Anniversary except this time Jennifer takes on a whole new personality. She's there to save a young boy's life, who knew she'd have to save her own too.
  Harts in High Season (March 24, 1996) ... Jennifer Hart
The Harts travel to Australia to purchase a wildlife reserve from Jennifer's former love interest. Believing that Jonathan stole Jennifer from him years before, Elliott Manning plots to frame Jonathan for his murder and take back his beloved Jennifer.
  Two Harts in Three-Quarter Time (Nov. 26, 1995) ... Jennifer Hart
Grief-stricken Jonathan and Jennifer travel to Montreal for the reading of Max's will. A special gift from Max to the Harts holds the key to murder, intrigue, and suicide.
  Secrets of the Hart (March 6, 1995) ... Jennifer Hart
At a Hart Industries charity auction, Jennifer finds a locket that could hold the key to unlocking Jonathan's early years spent at the Mission Street Orphanage and the family he never knew.

Good King Wenceslas Stefanie Powers

Good King Wenceslas (Nov. 26, 1994) ... The Queen
Wenceslas, the young king of Bohemia, lives trapped between the wisdom of his Christian grandmother and his ever constant battle with his tyrannical step-mother. She wants her own son to be king and constantly tries to stay in charge of Weceslas' life (including picking out a bride for him). But it is only when he sees the suffering of his people that Wenceslas learns how vital it is that his step-brother never rules.
  Old Friends Never Die (May 6, 1994) ... Jennifer Hart
Jonathan and Jennifer travel to publisher Alfred Raines' private island for a party at which Raines is hoping to sign Jennifer to a writing contract. When Jennifer overhears someone plotting to murder a man during the weekend, she and Jonathan set out to discover who's trying to kill who and almost get themselves killed in the process.
  Crimes of The Hart (March 25, 1994) ... Jennifer Hart
Someone is trying to sabotage a Broadway production of a play Jennifer wrote in college. When one of the stage hands is murdered, even Jonathan is a suspect. The Harts don't have much time to ensure that the show will go on.
  Home is Where The Hart Is (Feb. 18, 1994) ... Jennifer Hart
When Jennifer's beloved teacher and mentor dies suddenly, she leaves the town she owned, Kingman's Ferry, to Jennifer. A trail of mysterious clues leads the Harts to long-kept secrets about the town that were directly tied to her friend's "accident," and it looks like they're destined to meet the same fate unless they can solve the mystery of Kingman's Ferry before it's too late.
  Hart to Hart Returns (Nov. 5, 1993) ... Jennifer Hart
Jonathan expresses an interest in buying an aircraft company from a friend and finds himself implicated in a murder case when corrupt defense contractors aim to prevent the takeover. Meanwhile, Jennifer has difficulty getting her latest story published and Max experiences problems training Freeway Jr.

Survie the Night Stefanie Powers

Survive the Night (Jan. 13, 1993) ... Victoria
On their way home from Brooklyn psychiatrist Victoria, daughter Julie and sister Stacey run short of gas. They leave the highway to search a petrol station - but end up erring around in South Bronx. A youth gang under the sadistic Ice stops their car and starts menacing them. When Julie drives away in panic, she damages one of their bikes. Ice feels provoked and decides to hunt them down... without fuel the three women soon have to flee by foot and defend their life with all means possible. Only the youngest gang member T.J. tries to help them.

The Burden of Proof Stefanie Powers

The Burden of Proof (Feb. 9, 1992) ... Helen Dudak
Sandy Stern's private and professional life have merged, as he investigates the suspicious suicide of his wife. He also comes to the aid of his rather unsavory brother-in-law Dixon Hartnell, a commodities broker who is under federal investigation.  Add to this Sandy's troubled relationship with his hostile doctor son, his increasingly strong friendship with his therapist, his one-night stand with a Southern businesswoman, as well as his thoroughly unprofessional attraction to one of the Federal prosecutors opposing him in court, and you've got one tricky little story.

When Will I Be Loved? Stefanie Powers

When Will I Be Loved? (Dec. 3, 1990) ... Maxie Howard
Three disillusioned wives who are contemplating divorce compare notes on their stormy marriages.

Love and Betrayal Stefanie Powers

Love and Betrayal (April 16, 1989) ... Caroline Landry
Caroline Landry's husband has a sudden mid life crisis and their idealistic 20 year marriage breaks apart when he leaves her for a younger woman.

She Was Marked For Murder Stefanie Powers

She Was Marked For Murder (Dec. 18, 1988) ... Elena Forrester-Chandler
While jogging in New York Central Park, the rich widow Elena meets Eric. Although he's 10 years younger, she falls in love with him and they marry shortly after. Soon she discovers that he has a long-going affair with her secretary Claire. Elena suspects they're after her money.

Beryl Markham: A Shadow on the Sun Stefanie Powers

Beryl Markham: A Shadow on the Sun (May 15, 1988) ... Beryl Markham
The singular life of Beryl Markham - renowned aviatrix, author and adventurer - is depicted. Raised by her father in colonial East Africa, Beryl hunted with the Maasai, bred thoroughbred horses, romanced Denys Finch-Hatton and defied constraining social rules. Based upon her own memoir 'West With the Night'.

At Mother's Request Stefanie Powers

At Mother's Request (Jan. 4, 1987) ... Frances Schreuder
A two part miniseries based on fact, about a New York socialite, Frances Schreuder, who persuaded her son Marc to kill his father for his inheritance.

Deceptions Stefanie Powers Barry Bostwick

Deceptions (1985) ... Sabrina Longworth/Stephanie Roberts
The story of identical twins who trade places "for just a week ... ". Sabrina is a glamorous European jetsetter and Stephanie is an unhappy New Jersey housewife.  Unexpected circumstances make it necessary for them to lead their "new" lives for several weeks longer than intended.

Family Secrets Melissa Gilbert Maureen Stapleton Stefanie Powers

Family Secrets (May 13, 1984) ... Jessie Calloway
Three generations of women are caught in an emotional tug-of-war when issues of past and present crystallize when they gather for a final dinner in the old family house.

A Death in Canaan Stefanie Powers

A Death in Canaan (March 1, 1978) ... Joan Barthel
When a teenager is accused of his mother's murder, the community of Canaan rallies to his defense.

Nowhere to Run Stefanie Powers

Nowhere to Run (Jan. 16, 1978) ... Marian Adams
Harry's married to Marian and things are not going all that well. So, he wants out but somehow feels that a divorce is not the answer. So, he hatches a plan that takes years of preparation, to fake his death and to assume a new identity. When his wife notices his peculiar behavior, she is urged by her parents to hire a private investigator to find out what he is doing. In an unusual twist of events, Harry discovers the private investigator and not only hires him to keep tabs on his wife whom he suspects is having an affair but they become confidants.
  Return to Earth (May 14, 1976) ... Marianne
The story of Buzz Aldrin, the second astronaut to walk on the moon, and the problems he had after his return to Earth, including the breakup of his marriage, a nervous breakdown and his hospitalization for psychiatric problems.

The Man Inside Stefanie Powers

The Man Inside (1976) ... Ann
An undercover cop infiltrates a major heroin ring. He soon finds himself in a position to take $2 million without anyone knowing about it, a situation made all the more tempting because of his girlfriend's griping about their constant struggles to make ends meet and their need to change their lives for the better.

Sky Heist Stefanie Powers

Sky Heist (May 26, 1975) ... Terry Hardings
A husband and wife come up with a plan to steal $10 million in gold, using the hijacking of a police helicopter as a diversion.

Night Games Stefanie Powers

Night Games (March 16, 1974) ... Mrs. Pauline Hannigen
A Harvard-educated, big-city lawyer moves to a small Arizona town to set up practice. His first case is defending a beautiful socialite accused of murdering her husband.

Manhunter Stefanie Powers

Manhunter (Feb. 26, 1974) ... Ann Louise Hovis
Pilot for the short-lived TV series set in the 1930's about a World War I ex-marine-turned-bounty-hunter, named Dave Barrett, who goes after two Bonnie-and-Clyde style bank robbers who murdered his former girlfriend.

Skyway to Death Stefanie Powers

Skyway to Death (Jan. 19, 1974) ... Nancy Sorenson
The passengers in an aerial tramway are trapped when the tramway breaks down 8500 feet in the air.

Shootout in a One-Dog Town Stefanie Powers

Shootout in a One-Dog Town (Jan. 9, 1974) ...Letty Crandell
A small-town banker is forced to protect his town against a vicious gang of bank robbers determined to get the $200,000 stored in his bank.

Topper Returns Stefanie Powers

Topper Returns (March 19, 1973) ... Marian Kerby
Cosmo Topper is bedeviled by two ghosts whom only he can see and hear. This pilot updated the 1944 film premise in that the ghosts died forty years earlier and haven't adjusted to the hip 1970s.

No Place to Run Larry Hagman Stefanie Powers

No Place to Run (Sept. 19, 1972) ... Bonnie Howard
An adopted boy's parents are killed, and to keep him from returning to the state's custody, he and his grandfather run away.

Hardcase Stefanie Powers

Hardcase (Feb. 1, 1972) ... Rozaline
Man comes home to find that his wife has sold their ranch and run off with a Mexican revolutionary.

Ellery Queen: Don't Look Behind You Stefanie Powers

Ellery Queen: Don't Look Behind You (Nov. 19, 1972) ... Celeste
Detective Ellery Queen has to solve a series of murders where the victims were killed in numerically descending ages, the male victims were strangled with blue cords and the female victims with pink ones.

Paper Man Stefanie Powers

Paper Man (Nov. 12, 1971) ... Karen McMillan
A prank that starts with a group of college students creating a fictitious person so they can get a credit card develops into a plot that leaves three of them dead.

Sweet, Sweet Rachel Stefanie Powers

Sweet, Sweet Rachel (Oct. 2, 1971) ... Rachel Stanton
An ESP expert uses his powers to try to track down a psychic who uses telepathy to commit murder.

Five Desperate Women Stefanie Powers

Five Desperate Women (Sept. 18, 1971) ... Gloria
Five young women vacation together at a resort on an isolated island. They are the resort's only customers and, aside from the boat captain who brought them here and the resort's handyman, Wylie, the island's only inhabitants. When one of the women is found dead, the others begin to fear the captain, who's been acting strangely. Wylie and the captain argue over the identity of the murderer, each accusing the other, and a fight erupts. Alarmed, the women attempt to leave the island, but the boat -- their only means of escape -- explodes and sinks before they can board it. Then Wylie comes to their aid, claiming to have killed the boat captain in self-defense and telling the women they're safe. But are they?

Swingin' Together Stefanie Powers

Swingin' Together (Aug. 26, 1963) ... Linda Craig
Unsold pilot for a proposed CBS comedy series about the comic misadventures of a band trying to make it big on the music scene.
  Now is Tomorrow (1958)
Atomic bomb paranoia at its most frightening! Discover a strange breed of men in control of nuclear weapons who have the power to press the button that could destroy the world!
Television: Guest Appearances  
  Doctors (June 1, 2001) (Season 3, Episode 61)
'Truth or Consequences' ... Jane Powers

What About Joan? Stefanie Powers

What About Joan? (April 17,  2001) (Season 1, Episode 4)
'Joan Meets the Parents' ... Mrs. Marie Evans
While out to dinner with the girls celebrating Alice's 25th birthday, Joan runs into Jake who is having dinner with his parents -- the parents she has yet to meet.  She decides to play it cool and decides to go over and say hello.  Things do not go well.  After making a poor first impression, Joan invites them over for dinner at her place to try again, against Jake's wishes.  With Alice as a buffer, Joan sets out to make friends with Jake's parents.  After Jake's parents spend the evening insulting and ignoring Joan, Jake yells at them and takes them off to the airport, where Joan shows up and changes their impression of her and also fixes Jake’s relationship with them… all with the help of a camera.

McMillan & Wife Stefanie Powers

McMillan & Wife (March 20, 1977) (Season 6, Episode 5)
"Affair of the Heart' ... DA Stephanie Bryant
To fend off a nagging Assistant District Attorney, Mac invites her to his weekly poker game. Among the other participants is Mac's dentist, who consoles Mac for biting himself while his mouth was numb from recent work on a tooth. When the dentist leaves the poker game and goes home, he finds a local TV-news anchor dead on his couch, apparently from a heart attack. The dentist's wife (who was the TV news anchor's lover) and her father (the dentist's boss) are frantic, so the dentist loads the dead man into his own car and drives it to a culvert, crashing it so it looks like the news anchor had a heart attack while driving. But it wasn't a heart attack ... the man was poisoned by digitalis, which caused his heart to race out of control and conk out. Who gave him the digitalis, why… and how?

The Bionic Woman Lindsay Wagner Sandy Duncan Stefanie Powers

The Bionic Woman (Sept. 22, 1976) (Season 2, Episode 2)
'The Return of Bigfoot: Part 2' ... Shalon
Jaime confronts Bigfoot on her way to retrieve an antidote to save Steve Austin's life.
The Bionic Woman (Sept. 19, 1976) (Season 2, Episode 1)
'The Return of Bigfoot: Part 1' ... Shalon
After the Bigfoot android returns to steal resources from government depots, the conclusion is that only Steve Austin could've wrought such destruction in the process, leaving him to track down Bigfoot to clear his name.

Bert D'Angelo/Superstar Stefanie Powers

Bert D'Angelo/Superstar  (Feb. 18, 1976) (Season 1, Episode 2)
'Cops Who Sleep Together' ...
The hunt for the bank robbers who killed an off-duty newlywed cop is hampered by the victim's wife's search for her own brand of justice.


The Six Million Dollar Man Lee Majors Stefanie Powers

The Six Million Dollar Man (Feb. 4, 1976) (Season 3, Episode 18)
'The Secret of Bigfoot: Part 2' ... Shalon
An earthquake imperils Steve and his captors from outer space.
The Six Million Dollar Man (Feb. 1, 1976) (Season 3, Episode 17)
'The Secret of Bigfoot: Part 1' ... Shalon
While helping set up an earthquake warning system Steve encounters a towering monster--and its mysterious masters.

The Rockford Files Stefanie Powers

The Rockford Files (Oct. 31, 1975) (Season 2, Episode 7)
'The Real Easy Red Dog' ... Christine Dusseau
Nothing is as it seems when Rockford is duped by a beautiful private eye who uses him as a decoy to deceive the police.  What starts off as a suicide investigation leads to stolen jewels, missing babies and murder.
  Three for the Road (Sept. 28, 1975) (Season 1, Episode 3)
'The Ghost Story' ...
While covering an exhibit featuring the works of a recently deceased young artist, Peter receives a bizarre request from her twin sister:  she wants him to photograph the dead woman's ghost, reportedly haunting the family estate.

The Streets of San Francisco Stefanie Powers

The Streets of San Francisco (Sept. 25, 1975) (Season 4, Episode 3)
'No Place to Hide' ... Rita King
Prison gangs intimidate weaker prisoners into having their wives smuggle drugs into prison -- and kill the wives if they don't.

Harry-O Stefanie Powers

Harry-O (Nov. 7, 1974) (Season 1, Episode 9)
'Second Sight' ... Fay Conners
The death of a man who asked Harry for protection is but the latest in a series of apparently psychic murder predictions by a blind author, all of which have come true.
  Petrocelli (Nov. 6, 1974) (Season 1, Episode 8)
'Mirror, Mirror on the Wall' ... Jean/Ellen Carter
Although witnesses swear they saw her leave a murder victim's apartment minutes after shots were fired, Petrocelli's client insists she was at home at the time of the crime.

The Rookies Stefanie Powers

The Rookies (Oct. 28, 1974) (Season 3, Episode 6)
'Judgment' ... Edie Falvey
The son and daughter of a man who recently died in prison are determined to kill the judge who sentenced him.  The rookies must guard the judge and find the criminals.  Terry becomes their next target when he prevents their plans for the judge.

McMilllan & Wife Stefanie Powers

McMillan & Wife (Oct. 20, 1974) (Season 4, Episode 2)
'The Game of Survival' ... Rachel Webley
A temperamental tennis champion is suspected of murdering a newspaper magnate who had him suspended.

Kung Fu Stefanie Powers

Kung Fu (Oct. 19, 1974) (Season 3, Episode 7)
'Cry of the Night Beast' ... Edna
Caine hears the cry of a child begging to be saved, but there is no child to be found.  Only a very young buffalo calf and his mother.  Caine protects him from a hunter who is determined to kill him for the hide.
  Kodiak (Sept. 13, 1974) (Season 1, Episode 1)
"Red Snow, White Death' ... Helen

Outdoor action film in Alaska gets underway with a hunt for a killer who murdered a downed pilot and stole an $80,000 payroll.

Cannon Stefanie Powers

Cannon (Sept. 11, 1974) (Season 4, Episode 1)
'Kelly's Song' ... Kelly Prentice
A former hooker goes back on the hoof to catch a big wheel.
  Medical Center (Nov. 26, 1973) (Season 5, Episode 10)
'A Life at Stake' ... Valerie
Compulsive gambling is ruining the life of a once-fine surgeon.

Marcus Welby, M.D. James Brolin Stefanie Powers

Marcus Welby, M.D. (Oct. 30, 1973) (Season 5, Episode 8)
'The Endless Moment' ...
Fearing that his bride-to-be, Kelly Green, will cancel their marriage plans, Dr. Kiley does not tell her the seriousness of the rheumatic disease she has contracted.  Dr. Welby disagrees with his associate and, as her doctor, tells her the eventualities of such an illness when she insists on knowing.

McCloud Stefanie Powers

McCloud (Oct. 14, 1973) (Season 4, Episode 1)
'Butch Cassidy Rides Again' ... Samantha Johnson
The NYPD demonstrates a bank robbery on live closed-circuit TV, and is bushwhacked by a gang of antiquated outlaws.

Barnaby Jones Stefanie Powers

Barnaby Jones (Sept. 30, 1973) (Season 2, Episode 3)
'Echo of a Murder' ... Sharon Renford/Claire Atkens
Gil Atkens is accused of murdering his wife as several people saw him quarrel with Claire in a boat and striking her with the oar when she fell into the water.  Although Barnaby gets a film that proves Gil's innocence, he discovers a clever insurance fraud.

Medical Center Stefanie Powers

Medical Center (Feb. 21, 1973) (Season 4, Episode 23)
'Fatal Memory' ... Aggie
A woman refuses to admit symptoms of a serious illness.

The Sixth Stese Jane Wyman Stefanie Powers

The Sixth Sense (Dec. 2, 1972) (Season 2, Episode 10)
'If I Should Die Before I Wake' ... Jean Ames
Ruth Ames begins having visions of her dead daughter and a body being buried in her basement.

Cannon Stefanie Powers

Cannon (Nov. 1, 1972) (Season 2, Episode 8)
'The Rip-off' ... Renee Stubber
Freight shipments are stolen by computer and Cannon's in the middle of a custody fight.

The Streets of San Francisco Stefanie Powers

The Streets of San Francisco (Oct 28, 1972) (Season 1, Episode 5)
'Tower Beyond Tragedy' ... Toni Craig/Kim Ahern
Investigating a young woman's death, Stone ends up saving another from murder at the hands of the same mentally-unbalanced man.

The Bold Ones: The New Doctors Stefanie Powers

The Bold Ones: The New Doctors (Oct.24, 1972) (Season 4, Episode 6)
'A Substitute Womb' ...
Despite their great love for each other, two sisters fall prey to jealously and emotions around the transplant of an embryo in one of the women.


Search Stefanie Powers

Search (Sept. 20, 1972) (Season 1, Episode 2)
'One of Our Probes Is Missing' ... Jill Davenport
Omega Probe Agent Nick Bianco travels to England to find a missing Probe agent who was investigating perfect counterfeit $100 bills.

The Mod Squad Stefanie Powers

The Mod Squad (Sept. 14, 1972) (Season 5, Episode 1)
'The Connection' ... Francie Drango
The trio go undercover after an international narcotics ring.

Banacek Stefanie Powers

Banacek (Sept. 13, 1972) (Season 1, Episode 1)
'Let's Hear It for a Living Legend' ... Angie Ives
When a professional football player vanishes from the field of play before a large crowd and millions of TV viewers, leaving only his helmet behind, Banacek is called in by the owner of the team to solve the mystery of the bizarre disappearance.

The Sixth Sense Stefanie Powers

The Sixth Sense (April 1, 1972) (Season 1, Episode 10)
'Echo of a Distant Scream' ... Paula Norris
Visions of a ghost horse on a guest ranch begin haunting Paula Norris.

Owen Marshall: Couselor At Law Stefanie Powers

Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law (Jan. 27, 1972) (Season 1, Episode 18)
'Victim in Shadow' ... Beth Whitaker
The wives of Army officers have all been raped by a psychotic rapist who is now on trial.
  Love, American Style (Jan. 14, 1972) (Season 3, Episode 16)
'Love and the Big Surprise/Love and the Security Building/Love and the Ski Lodge/Love and the Happy Unhappy Couple/Love and the Topless Policy' ... (segment Love and the Big Surprise)
A tale about a wig-wearing wife.

The F.B. I. Stefanie Powers

The. F.B.I. (Jan. 2, 1972) (Season 7, Episode 15)
'The Buyer' ...
Erskine poses as a fence to trap platinum hijackers.

Love, American Style Stefanie Powers

Love, American Style (Dec. 17, 1971) (Season 3, Episode 13)
'Love and the Fountain of Youth/Love and the House Bachelor/Love and the Particular Girl/Love and the Waitress' ... Helen (segment Love and the Particular Girl)
A girl uses karate moves on her dates.

McCloud Stefanie Powers

McCloud (Nov. 3, 1971) (Season 2, Episode 2)
'Top of the World, Ma!' ... Jackie Dawn
Two crime worlds collide when McCloud pursues a petty thief-football player who is trying to get money from the mob powers that owe him.
  Medical Center (Oct. 6, 1971) (Season 3, Episode 4)
'Double Jeopardy' ... Marcy
Artificial insemination plays a part in the story of a heart patient who risks her life to protect her sterile husband's pride.
  Love, American Style (Sept. 17, 1971) (Season 3, Episode 1)
'Love and the Formula 26B/Love and the Loud Mouth/Love and the Penal Code' ...
(segment Love and the Formula 26B)
A tale about an aphrodisiac used not wisely but too well

Love, American Style Stefanie Powers

Love, American Style (Feb. 5, 1971) (Season 2, Episode 19)
'Love and the Arctic Station/Love and the Pulitzer Prize/Love and the Tattoo' ...
(segment Love and the Tattoo)
What a man needs to get off his chest is the name "Erna".
  Dr. Simon Locke (1971)
'Angel in White' ...

It Takes A Thief Robert Wagner Stefanie Powers

It Takes a Thief (Feb. 2, 1970) (Season 3, Episode 18)
'Fortune City' ... Mona
Al and Mona are driving on a road from Las Vegas to L.A., when she sees a jackrabbit on the road.  She grabs the steering wheel, and causes the car to crash in old western town called Fortune City. During the crash, Al gets a cut on his head, and while trying to fix the car, passes out.  Meanwhile, Mona explores the town, goes into the saloon, opens the wrong door, and disappears.  Al regains consciousness in the morning and is greeted by Harvey Galishaw.  Al asks him if he's seen a girl, Mona, but Harvey denies it.  He tries to convince Al that there never was a Mona, that the bump on his head from the crash caused him to imagine her.  Al finds proof in the saloon that Mona was really there, and realizes that Harvey is trying to get rid of him, so after Harvey fixes the car, Al drives off, only to double-back that night to try to rescue Mona.  Al finds Mona but they both get caught trying to escape and are tied up.  After getting loose, Al overhears Harvey's plans.  There is an underground atomic test planned near Fortune City, and Harvey plans to use plastic explosives and a transmitter to explode a charge right above the test as it goes off.  If this happens, the blast will go into the air and it will give the other side an excuse to start atmospheric atomic testing again.  Al can't let this happen, so he has to blow the transmitter before it's too late!
(available on home video as part of the complete series of It Takes a Thief, released from Entertainment one on Nov. 15, 2011)
  Medical Center (Dec. 16, 1970) (Season 2, Episode 14)
'Man at Bay' ... Lisa Montague
A brash, long-haired surgeon runs afoul of his colleagues.

Love, American Style Stefanie Powers

Love, American Style (Oct. 13, 1969) (Season 1, Episode 3)
'Love and the Doorknob/Love and the Phone Booth' ...
(segment Love and the Doorknob)
A doorknob is the source of consternation for newlyweds.
(available on home video as part of the Love, American Style: The First Season, released from Paramount Home Entertainment on Nov. 20, 2007)

Lancer Stefanie Powers

Lancer (Sept. 30, 1969) (Season 2, Episode 2)
'Zee' ... Zee
A tomboyish hellion is caught robbing a store, makes life miserable for Scott and could wind up getting the whole town destroyed.

Lancer Stefanie Powers

Lancer (Jan. 21, 1969) (Season 1, Episode 15)
'The Black McGloins' ... Moira McGloin
The paterfamilias of thieving squatters who rob the country blind and con the Lancers into defending them.

Journey to the Unknown Stefanie Powers

Journey to the Unknown (May 5, 1969) (Season 1, Episode 4)
'Jane Brown's Body' ...Jane Brown
A doctor develops a life-giving serum and uses it to bring Jane Brown back to life.
  Route 66 (Nov. 29, 1963) (Season 4, Episode 9)
'A Cage in Search of a Bird' ...
A moll steals six hundred dollars from her boyfriend's poker game and then hides the money in the hubcap of Tod and Linc's car.
(available on home video as part of Route 66: The Complete Series, released from Shout! Factory on May 22, 2012)

Bonanza Stefanie Powers

Bonanza (Nov. 3, 1963) (Season 5, Episode 7)
'Calamity Over the Comstock' ... Martha Jane "Calamity Jane" Canary
Joe has a run-in with Calamity Jane, and takes her home with him after promising her dying father to take care of her.  At first the Cartwrights (besides Joe) think "Cal" is a boy, but they soon find out differently.  Cal begins to fall in love with Joe, but Joe finds her attentions unwanted...especially when Cal's boyfriend, Doc Holliday, has it in for Joe.

Bat Masterson Stefanie Powers

Bat Masterson (May 4, 1961) (Season 3, Episode 30)
'Dead Man's Claim' ... Ann Elkins
(credited as Taffy Paul)
When a new silver strike is made in Monument City, Nevada, Bat returns to the former ghost town to check on his old claim and find two claim jumpers are prepared to shoot first and ask questions later.
  Lock Up (March 11, 1961) (Season 2, Episode 25)
'Like Father, Like Son' ... Mandy
(credited as Taffy Paul)
Mr. Burkhart, Sr. accuses his grandson George of stealing.  He claims only the two of them knew the combination of the safe. Maris investigates the allegation.
  The Ann Sothern Show (Jan. 13, 1961) (Season 3, Episode 15)
'Mr. Big Shot' ... Mary Ann
(credited as Taffy Paul)
When small-town boy, Woody, made the move to the "Big City," he got a job as a Bellhop.  However, when he wrote home to his former girlfriend, Mary Ann, he claimed to be an executive of the hotel.  When his girl gets engaged to another man, she goes to the City to buy her trousseau and decides to stay at "Woody's hotel".
  The Case of the Dangerous Robin (Nov.15, 1960) (Season 1, Episode 5)
'The Nightmare' ...
(credited as Taffy Paul) would like to thank Carole Sadler for sharing
most of the photos on this page from her personal collection.


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