SynopsisTHE LOST EPISODES
Man with a Camera – 2 Episodes Missing
– When Ed Kern's (Steve Brodie
) wife Jill disappears without a trace, Ed turns to Mike Kovac (Charles Bronson
) for help. Kovac immediately puts himself on the case and tracks Jill to Mexico, where he discovers a connection to two major smuggling operations. Alone and in a foreign country, Bronson executes his own kind of law and justice.
String of Pearls – Mike Kovac (Charles Bronson) meets a woman, Sharon Rogers (Audrey Dalton), at a party whose uncle, a first class swindler, is trying to get his hands on a pair of rare and valuable pearl necklaces. The con artist successfully swindles the first pair of expensive pearls, but Kovac will see to it that he doesn't get the second one.
Pursuit – Charles Bronson is a soldier who goes AWOL by blasting his way out of camp. Bronson knows that he's committed the ultimate sin and will be court-martialed and punished—unless he gets away that is. But then a tough U.S. Marshal (John Bromfield) is called on to the case and he methodically hunts the MIA soldier down. As the marshal draws ever closer to his quarry, Bronson's chances of escaping get slimmer by the minute…
Lola is a romantic drama that casts Charles Bronson in an atypical role as a middle-aged American writer named Scott who is visiting London. There he meets a young British girl named Lola who lies about her age in order to capture the older man's affections. She tells Scott that she's twenty years old when in truth she is only sixteen! The young seductress captivates Scott, but as the relationship progresses and the two marry, Lola's impulsiveness and immaturity make Scott wonder just what he's gotten himself into. The couple tries desperately to hold their relationship together, but in the end they are forced to come to the realization that when it comes to love, sometimes age does matter.
Four Star Playhouse:
In this gripping courtroom drama Charles Bronson stars as Frank Dana—an innocent man accused of holding up an armored car and committing a murder during the robbery. A payroll of 150-thousand dollars was stolen and coincidentally, Frank makes a bank deposit that points the finger of guilt his way. But Frank says he's got a witness who can explain the money he deposited—his fiancée. The only problem is that his key witness is missing—but when she's finally found and brought into court, a surprising truth is revealed and the mystery is slowly unraveled.