This is a list of episodes from the first season of Ironside.
A racetrack robber thwarts Ironside's bet on a sure winner.
An elusive strangler concentrates on lonely old ladies.
A gangland murder is hidden from the press to flush out syndicate kingpins.
A husband fears the murder attempts on his wife, a malicious columnist.
After his death, a policeman is thought to have been on the take.
Two killers force Ironside to plot their escape from the Police Department.
Five ex-GIs plot a murder using their dog tag numbers.
A pro football player places his reputation and future on the line to save his worthless brother from prison.
A blind girl is used as bait to trap a killer.
Theft and murder in a skyscraper tower prove that an acquisitive collector knows the high price of art.
The death of a beautiful folk singer is thought to be murder, not suicide.
A sudden rise in car thefts leads to a ring of wealthy hippies.
After 17 years as a solid citizen, a man is recognized as an escaped convict.
Detective Sergeant Brown falls in love with a beautiful girl whose tragic life ends in murder.
A Russian track star disappears in the U.S.
A self-appointed patriot forms a vigilante group to "aid'' police.
Ironside warns his aide to stay away from a boyhood friend, now a parolee.
Hunches are played against heavy odds in the capture of a cop-killer.
A moonlighting officer heists $150,000, but it's not enough to pay the fare to freedom.
A chance remark is the clue needed to solve a murder.
During an armed robbery, Officer Eve Whitfield kills a 17-year-old boy in the line of duty.
In debt to a loan shark, a gambler is let off only if he aids in a bank robbery.
A nurses aide with amnesia is afraid to learn her true identity.
A college is terrorized by an elusive sniper.
An abandoned infant proves to be the clue to a would-be plane bomber.
Detective Sergeant Brown is accused of brutality after a hippie dies of a beating.
While investigating a murder, Ironside's aide becomes a suspect.
Despite having testified for the prosecution, Ironside believes in the innocence of a condemned Vietnam vet.