A murder leaves two unemployed actresses holding $50,000 in stolen money, which they decide to keep.
A syndicate lieutenant (George Loros) vows revenge after being badly scarred in a chemical fire.
Baretta turns to a child psychic (Quinn Cummings) to find a kidnap victim.
The daughter of a murdered newspaperman pursues the truck-hijacking story that cost her father his life.
Baretta's Gypsy partner must be ritually cleansed after accidentally killing his younger brother during a robbery.
A 12-year-old asks Baretta to find her recently paroled father (Timothy Scott).
A laundry owner refuses to identify the two men who held up his store and murdered a police officer.
When Baretta reports his corrupt vice-squad partner to Brubaker, he is ordered to check out the other officers.
Family loyalty compells Baretta's friend to agree to kill a man who assaulted an aging mobster's daughter.
A legendary entertainer on the verge of a comeback makes the headlines again due to a series of apparent attempts on his life.
A power struggle between two mobs disrupts Baretta's marriage plans.
Politics prevents a sheriff from agreeing to a settlement Baretta negotiated with robbers holding Billy hostage.
A woman (Anne Schedeen) traumatized by a robbery clings to Baretta, hampering his investigation; guest Gerald McRaney.
Baretta's friends steal a racehorse from the thief who stole it first and try to claim a reward.
Baretta is marked for execution by Vic Jackson after the detective kills Jackson's brother during a robbery.
A wheelchair-user plants bombs to attack transportation systems and buildings that lack handicap access; guest Kristoffer Tabori.
His concern for an elderly amnesiac interferes in Baretta's drug investigation.
The attack on a gang leader and his girlfriend threatens to touch off a barrio war; guest A Martinez.
Believing him innocent, Baretta shelters a slow-witted teen accused of killing his mother; guest J. Pat O'Malley.
Baretta poses as a boxing manager to trap the murderer of a cocaine trafficker.
Baretta searches for a teenage boy pursued by a killer after witnessing a friend's murder; guest Dennis Quaid.
An FBI computer expert (Strother Martin) poses as a dashing agent and joins Baretta on an international case.
An assault suspect is released and goes in search of his victim, a nightclub dancer.
A narcotics dealer orders the death of Baretta's new partner, a drug-sniffing police dog; guests Neville Brand, Vito Scotti.
After two thugs begin ripping off other criminals by impersonating police officers, Baretta poses as a drug dealer to trap them.
A man (Brad Davis) battles his mother and the system to get help for his psychopathic brother.
Chinese mobsters target a middle-aged newspaper vendor who killed a member.
Baretta falls for the wife (Adrienne LaRussa) of an imprisoned gangster.
Police and crooks chase two elderly friends who took a load of stolen mink coats.
A mobster's deathbed confession sends Baretta after his own father's killer (Mel Ferrer).
Baretta tries to prevent a juvenile officer (Art Metrano) from returning three abused runaways to their homes.
Baretta faces personal danger when he sets out to expose the local "Godfather" of a close-knit Italian neighborhood.
Baretta reluctantly accepts a friend's help to track the gangster suspected in a humanitarian's murder.
A father hires a hit man to pursue the drug dealer who caused his daughter's death.
A nun and Baretta investigate the death of a a teenage drug dealer.
Baretta resigns to pursue a narcotics agent he suspects of heroin trafficking; guest Eddie Egan.
Despite Baretta's pleas, an immigrant clockmaker (Burt Young) refuses to pay protection to mobsters.
A convict whom Baretta sent to prison escapes and discovers his girlfriend (Samantha Eggar) is dating the detective.
Baretta has doubts when an addict's father (Whitman Mayo) confesses to the murder of a drug dealer.
Baretta chases a 9-year-old boy planning to auction evidence from a numbers-racket raid.
Posing as a wino, Baretta is trying to nail a skid row killer when he is abducted and held captive by a tough old woman who believes he is her wayward son.
Evidence suggests the widow planned a police officer's death during a robbery.
A gang of escaped juvenile convicts is holed up in an abandoned plant, surrounded by state police and a S.W.A.T. team.
A deaf-mute shoeshine boy creates problems for Baretta as he tries to avenge the rape and attempted murder of a young religious worker.
A vengeful master thief follows Baretta when he boards a cross-country bus to catch a female jewel-heist suspect.
A reporter (Andrea Marcovicci) thwarts Baretta's efforts to crack a mob-run money scheme; guest Howard Hesseman.
Baretta tries to help a judge (Geraldine Brooks) being blackmailed into acquitting a defendant.
Baretta learns the hit man he is pursuing is an old friend (Burt Young) from the neighborhood.
Baretta is blamed for murders in a mobster's family, committed by a vengeful Tokyo businessman.
A mentally impaired waitress (Shelley Duvall) sees Baretta's partner (Richard Jaeckel) kill his blackmailing lover.
Infected Baretta has 48 hours to find a gunrunner with spinal meningitis.
Tony has himself put into prison to get information on a jewelry heist after two suspects end up dead.
After a teen pickpocket dies, Baretta infiltrates a gang run by a veteran "dipper" (Whitman Mayo).
A mobster holds Billy hostage when he believes Baretta took $500,000 retrieved after a thwarted theft.
Baretta must jeopardize an undercover policewoman (Joan Collins) to stop an escalating gangland confrontation.
A grieving father kills the doctor who treated his now-dead son, then goes after local drug dealers; guest Lainie Kazan.
To save his informant, Baretta infiltrates a murderous motorcycle gang; guests Bruce Boxleitner, Billy Green Bush.
Baretta works to clear his partner (Roger E. Mosley) of charges he shot a murder suspect in the back.
Baretta loses an alcoholic nurse's (Meg Foster) 9-year-old sister, witness to the murder of a blind man.
A mother has second thoughts about selling her baby, she helps Baretta infiltrate a group trafficking in black market babies.
Baretta tracks a vengeful truck driver (Slim Pickens) he suspects of killing a cat burglar.
A dead hood's girlfriend (Karen Valentine) lies about not having her lover's records.
Baretta banks on an ex-convict's (Charles Durning) help to infiltrate a group involved in jewel theft and murder.
Billy persuades Baretta to reopen the case of a retired police officer supposedly killed in a fall; guest Brock Peters.
Baretta becomes involved with a beautiful, dangerous woman while investigating waterfront killings.
A retired arson investigator agrees to help Baretta investigate a string of fiery explosions.
An important conventioneer is gunned down and Baretta's only witness is a man who doesn't want to get involved.
To protect a runaway (Mackenzie Phillips), Baretta cooperates with two robbers posing as police officers.
To halt the investigation, a weapons dealer peddling guns to teenagers frames Baretta.
The trail of several drug-overdose deaths points to Baretta's friend (Paul Williams); guests Kim Darby, James Carroll Jordan.
A husband's (guest star Granville Van Dusen) indifference to his wife's (guest star Mary Rings) disappearance puzzles Tony (Robert Blake).
Baretta seeks to learn why a mobster's girlfriend (Margot Kidder) will not confirm her lover's alibi for a murder.
Tony (Robert Blake) suspects a mentally retarded friend (guest star Burt Young) is responsible for a series of petty crimes.
Baretta investigates the death of an incognito policewoman at a mysterious estate catering to the rich.
A committee on police corruption investigates Baretta after his partner takes a bribe in order to support his girlfriend's expensive tastes.
The brother (guest star John Friedrich) of a young dope dealer Baretta (Robert Blake) killed in a back-alley shootout vows vengeance.
When the dead body of a prominent attorney's wife is found, Baretta learns that there is no record of the victim's youth.
Tony (Robert Blake) falls in love with a beautiful photographer (guest star Ann Prentiss) who uses him to steal $500,000.
Baretta develops sympathy for his quarry, an aged, ailing mobster (John Marley).
A model's (guest star Ann Coleman) faked death leads to a missing $600,000 and Tony (Robert Blake) suspects police involvement.
Baretta must protect his murdered buddy's drug-addicted, pregnant widow from her husband's assailants.
Baretta vows revenge when his girlfriend is murdered by a mobster's henchmen; guests Madlyn Rhue, Andrew Prine.
A suposta morte de uma modelo está ligada ao desaparecimento de uma grande quantia de dinheiro, e Tony suspeita do envolvimento da polícia.
Baretta precisa proteger a viúva de um amigo, que está gravida e é viciada em drogas, dos assassinos de seu marido.
Mulher desaparece e marido age com indiferença, despertando a desconfiança de Baretta.
Baretta quer entender porque a namorada de um mafioso não confirma o álibi de seu amante.
Baretta investiga a morte da esposa de um advogado e descobre que não há registros da vítima.