Another Shakedown on the Sunset Strip photo

A while back, we took a look at another photo of the cast of the TV movie Shakedown on the Sunset Strip. Here is another photo of the trio of stars, the other two being Perry King and Joan Van Ark.

Season Hubley and Gary Frank

Here's a great newspaper promotional photo of Season Hubley and actor Gary Frank for the TV series Family. Season Hubley had a recurring role on the show, appearing in four episodes during the first and second seasons (which will be covered here more in-depth somewhere down the line).

Season Hubley on Kojak

In early 1977, Season Hubley was the featured guest star on an episode of the popular cop show Kojak. In the episode, titled "Sister Maria," Season Hubley portrayed twin sisters one of which was a nun (!).

Season Hubley was getting a lot of television exposure in 1977. A month previous, her guest appearance on another cop series, Starsky & Hutch, had aired and right around this time Season Hubley was appearing in episodes of Westside Medical and Family, as well as in the TV movie SST: Death Flight. Season Hubley's role on Kojak was another good one for her and the actress not only gets to have fun playing a nun but also gets to wield a handgun in two different scenes. 

Here are some images of Season Hubley on Kojak:

Season Hubley on Starsky & Hutch

During the 1970s, Season Hubley spent the bulk of her time working within the world of television, doing a number of TV movies and appearing as a guest on various series. In 1977, Season Hubley was the featured guest star on an episode of Starsky & Hutch titled "Starsky's Lady" (Season Hubley, of course played the lady in question).

On her episode of Starsky and Hutch, Season Hubley played Terry, the current love of Detective Dave Starsky (Paul Michael Glaser). Everything is going smoothly with their relationship until someone from Starsky's past decides to start hurting the people he loves. Terry gets a bullet to the head. She narrowly survives but doctors are unable to remove the bullet, so she only has a limited amount time to live. Very little police work is done (though, as you might expect, the bad guy is captured at the end) and most of the episode revolves around this highly emotional situation.

All in all, Season Hubley does good work here and she is very endearing as the young woman sentenced to die prematurely. Being a popular show, her appearance on Starsky & Hutch was undoubtedly good exposure for the actress (that same year she would also appear on another cop show, Kojak, which actually aired about a month after her Starsky & Hutch guest spot) which helped pave the way to the bigger projects Season Hubley would become involved with shortly thereafter.

Here are some images of Season Hubley on Starsky & Hutch:

Season Hubley and Paul Michael Glaser

Season Hubley and David Soul

Season Hubley smirks