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Synopsis[edit] The series follows a 1973 ABC Movie of the Week of the same name, although veteran character actor Richard Jaeckel was the only notable cast member to appear in both the TV-movie and the series. It aired back-to-back with Chopper One, and ran only thirteen episodes.[citation needed]

Cast[edit] James Drury as Capt. Spike Ryerson Richard Jaeckel as Hank Myers Michael Delano as Sonny Caputo

Episodes[edit] Episode # Episode title Original airdate Plot 1-1 "Burst of Flame" January 17, 1974 Capt. Ryerson and his men race against time to save six people caught in an elevator in a blazing office building. 1-2 "Sentenced to Burn" January 24, 1974 After rescuing a man from a mudslide, Capt. Ryerson and his men fight a fire at a prison and several are taken hostage by the convicts. 1-3 "The Hottest Place in Town" January 31, 1974 Capt. Ryerson's men fight a devastating fire in a crowded new nightclub as well as the threat of rip-off artists in their own station house. 1-4 "Trapped" February 7, 1974 After saving a man's new dump truck from fire, Capt. Ryerson and his men rush to a tunnel project. 1-5 "Implosion" February 14, 1974 Capt. Ryerson and his men rescue a boy stuck in a heating duct, and then battle a spectacular oil refinery blaze. 1-6 "The Treasure" February 21, 1974 After saving a pregnant woman trapped by downed high tension wires, Capt. Ryerson and his men rush to an old decaying mansion which is ablaze. 1-7 "Strike, Spare and Burn" February 28, 1974 Capt. Ryerson and his men respond to a fire at an old theater building where a vault filled with explosive nitrate film threatens the entire neighborhood. 1-8 "Tide of Terror" March 7, 1974 After an ill-fated date with his girlfriend, Caputo joins his colleagues to help rescue a young woman trapped in swirling water under an ocean pier. 1-9 "No Way Out" March 14, 1974 Capt. Ryerson and his men save a boy from being buried alive, and also fight a potentially devastating fire in a laundry. 1-10 "A Gift for Grumper" March 21, 1974 Capt. Ryerson and his men struggle to save priceless art from a museum fire, not realizing that their friend, arson inspector "Grumper" Barkham is trapped in the blaze. 1-11 "Randall's Pride" March 28, 1974 Capt. Ryerson's men save a girl who has driven over a cliff after an argument with her boyfriend, then respond to a fire which is destroying a horse stable. 1-12 "The Watches of the Night" April 4, 1974 Capt. Ryerson's men battle a blaze in a slum apartment, then rescue partygoers at a top dress designer's first night celebration. 1-13 "False Alarm" April 11, 1974 Capt. Ryerson is hospitalized for a possible heart ailment, and his worried men are called upon to save a young man suffering from a drug overdose, as well as battle a blaze in a junk-filled garage.

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