Season 6, Episode 2
|Airdate||January 2nd, 1977|
|Producer||Leonard Stern; Jon Epstein|
|Starring||Rock Hudson; John Schuck; Martha Raye; Richard Gilliland|
|Previous||"All Bets Off"|
"Dark Sunrise" is the second episode of season six of the crime drama series McMillan & Wife and the thirty-sixth episode of the series overall. It is the second episode of the series billed under the program's title change, McMillan. The episode was directed by Bob Finkel with a script written by Jerry McNeely. It first aired on NBC on January 2nd, 1977.
Principal Cast Edit
|Rock Hudson||Stewart "Mac" McMillan|
|John Schuck||Lieutenant Charles Enright|
|Richard Gilliland||Sergeant Steve DiMaggio|
Guest Stars Edit
|Karen Valentine||Sergeant Maureen Rupert|
|Rick Lenz||Father Matheson|
|Julie Adams||Dorothy Wininger|
|Dub Taylor||Store proprietor|
|Kim Basinger||Janet Carney|
|Anthony Carbone||Joe Murcheson|
|Bill Quinn||Police Chief Paulson|
|Stuart Nisbet||Bernard McGavin|
|Robert F. Hoy||Sergeant Delbert Mason|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- "McMillan: Dark Sunrise" redirects to this page.
- This episode is included on disc two of the McMillan: Season Six DVD collection by Visual Entertainment. It is also included on disc twenty of the McMillan & Wife: The Complete Series DVD collection.
- This episode is production code number: 46002.
- This is the third and final episode of McMillan & Wife directed by Bob Finkel. It is his only episode from season six.
- This is actress Kim Basinger's fourth television appearance. She previously played Lorraine Stenger in "The Ultimate Imposter" episode of The Six Million Dollar Man (which aired on the same evening as "Dark Sunrise"), Linda Oliver in the infamous "Angels in Chains" episode of Charlie's Angels and a woman named Sheila in the "Night Train to Dallas" episode of Gemini Man.
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