Chapter II: The Silent Enemy 

Although the coroner's report stated her brother died in a hit-and-run accident, Susan Williams is convinced he died from foul play. While checking his apartment for notes of the big story ... See full summary »

Director:

Kenneth Johnson

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Kenneth Johnson (developed by), Kenneth Johnson

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Episode cast overview:
Susan Anton ... Susan Williams
Ray Walston ... Bob Richards
Michael Swan ... Jack Schoengarth
John Hancock ... Gold Tooth
H.B. Haggerty ... Bartender
Santos Morales Santos Morales ... Slunzo
T. Miratti T. Miratti ... Accomplice
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Although the coroner's report stated her brother died in a hit-and-run accident, Susan Williams is convinced he died from foul play. While checking his apartment for notes of the big story he was working on, she finds an address book but is shoved out a high window before she can escape, narrowly escaping death when she fell on a canopy below. Susan convinces her newspaper editor to allow her to follow a lead to Marrakesh, Morocco where she meets an old acquaintance of her brother. While waiting for him in her hotel room, she doesn't realize that a cobra has been released by an assassin and is stealthily approaching her while she takes a bath. Written by David Bassler

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Although this was the first episode of the series, the initial chapter was listed on screen as Chapter II: The Silent Enemy. See more »

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Susan Williams: Alan said he was on the verge of breaking a major story with international implications
Jack Schoengarth: Well, that don't have anything to do with me.
Susan Williams: Alan said different. He said you know about the conspiracy, too. Well?
Jack Schoengarth: Listen, sister, keep your voice down. This is no Park Avenue penthouse. People still get their tongues cut out in Marrakesh.
Susan Williams: Well, then you tell me what I want to know or I'll talk so loud, there'll be nothing left of you but a nicotine stain and a breath of alcohol.
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27 February 1979 (USA) See more »

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