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Heat of Anger

galvin hayward carson stanwyck

(CBS, 3/3/1972, 90 mins). A woman attorney and her young associate defend a wealthy contractor accused of murdering an ironworker who was having an affair with his teenage daughter. Susan Hayward replaced ailing Barbara Stanwyck in this pilot for a prospective Stanwyck series that was to have been called “Fitzgerald and Pride.”

Production Companies Stonehenge Productions, Metromedia Producers Corp. Director Don Taylor. Executive Producer Dick Berg. Producer Ron Roth. Teleplay Fay Kanin. Photography Robert C. Moreno. Editor John F. Link. Art Director Lawrence G Paull.

Cast Susan Hayward (Jessie Fitzgerald), James Stacy (Gus Pride), Lee J. Cobb (Frank Galvin), Fritz Weaver (Vincent Kagel), Bettye Ackerman (Stella Galvin), Jennifer Penny (Chris Galvin), Mills Watson (Obie), Ray Simms (Ray Carson), Jack Somack (Mr. Stoller), Lynnette Mettey (Fran), Tyne Daly (Jean Carson), Arnold Mesche (Courtroom Artist), Lucille Benson (Lillian McWhorter), Noah Keen (Judge Randall Berkley), Inez Pedroza (Carmen Garcia), Davis Roberts, George Brenlin, Lew Peralta.

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