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Hart y Hart Harts on the Run (1979–1984) Online

Hart y Hart Harts on the Run (1979–1984) Online
Original Title :
Harts on the Run
Genre :
TV Episode / Action / Adventure / Crime / Mystery / Romance
Year :
Directror :
Paul Krasny
Cast :
Robert Wagner,Stefanie Powers,Lionel Stander
Writer :
Sidney Sheldon,Stephen Kandel
Type :
TV Episode
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Hart y Hart Harts on the Run (1979–1984) Online

Jennifer witnesses the murder of a mob boss by his rival. When this becomes known, the murderer vows to kill her. The police protection fails when there is an attempt on her life so Jonathan takes matters in his own hands. They decide to hide in a convent disguised as a priest and a nun. This works until they are betrayed and are pursued by another killer, one they didn't expect.
Episode credited cast:
Robert Wagner Robert Wagner - Jonathan Hart
Stefanie Powers Stefanie Powers - Jennifer Hart
Lionel Stander Lionel Stander - Max
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bernard Baldan Bernard Baldan - Rio
John Davis Chandler John Davis Chandler - Todd Holmby (as John Chandler)
Greg Finley Greg Finley - Jeremy
Lois Foraker Lois Foraker - Sister Mary
Tony Goodstone Tony Goodstone - Richard Afferton
Doug Hale Doug Hale - Lt. Croyden
Ben Hammer Ben Hammer - Todd Holmby
Ed Hooks Ed Hooks - Driver
Francine Lembi Francine Lembi - Martha Bookley
Joseph Mascolo Joseph Mascolo - Nick Rhodes
Don Maxwell Don Maxwell - Cop
Diana Muldaur Diana Muldaur - Janet

Joseph Mascolo, who plays bad guy Nick Rhodes in this episode, has played bad guy Stefano DiMera in over 1000 episodes of the soap opera "Days of Our Lives" since 1982.

User reviews



Stefanie's hair is growing out. Good! Also good is this episode. Jennifer witnesses a murder, and Joseph Mascolo (of Days of our Lives Stefano fame) spends the rest of the episode trying to off the witness. A whole lot of bait and switcheroo going on here, and I admit, it kept me guessing. My favorite performance is easily the carpet cleaning guy. It can be the very little tiny things that make or break an episode. You don't need to have a huge role to make an impact. And I'm telling you, this guy's six or so lines really stole the episode. Another nice surprise was Diana Muldaur returning for another guest turn in a role so diametrically opposed from her previous one that it's just wonderful to watch. This time, she's a nun. Awesome. Also awesome was more precious backstory to Jonathan's past, first from the bad guy talking about the research he'd done on the poor orphan child, then from Jonathan talking about when his parent's died (in 3rd grade, apparently). Even better was the very best fight scene between Jennifer and another person in the history of the show. So far. She really screams, she really struggles, and she's really well-directed. The whole story at the convent is just awesome. Thew hole thing on the courtroom steps also plays out so nicely. Not so thrilled wtih Jonathan's office doubling as a courthouse ready room, but in a sea of Season 5 stinkers, this one's a keeper.

Gotta hand it to 'em for continuity. Same deck table and chairs as used in the tennis episode.