|Our Family Honor|
|Created by||Lawrence Gordon|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Lorimar Productions|
|Distributor||Warner Bros. Television Distribution|
|Original release||September 17, 1985 –|
January 3, 1986
Our Family Honor is an American drama television series that aired on ABC from September 17, 1985 until January 3, 1986 as part of its 1985 fall lineup.
Launched as a two-hour TV-movie, Our Family Honor is about two New York City families who had known each other since their childhoods and who were involved in competing "family businesses" – the McKay family mostly worked for the New York City Police Department, where Patrick (Kenneth McMillan) was Commissioner, while the Danzigs were deeply involved in organized crime, with patriarch Vincent (Eli Wallach) filling the role of "godfather". Barbara Stuart played Vincent's wife, Marianne Danzig. Detective Sergeant Frank McKay (Tom Mason) was Patrick's often hot-headed son, while Vincent's cruel but inept son, Augie (Michael Madsen), was nonetheless his heir apparent. Liz McKay (Daphne Ashbrook), Patrick's niece, was a newly graduated officer now partnered with Officer Ed Santini (Ray Liotta). She was romantically involved with Vincent's other son, Jerry (Michael Woods), who wanted out of his father's business and used the name "Jerry Cole" in order to minimize any connection with his father's family. Another story line involved Vincent's murder of his wife's lover, carried out by Augie; when Frank came to arrest Augie for this crime, Augie died in the ensuing fight. The effect of Augie's death was not revealed. Despite the program's large budget and large, impressive cast, it was cancelled due to low ratings after the episode (January 3, 1986) containing this event was aired.
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|"Pilot"||TBA||TBA||September 17, 1985|
|3||"Everybody is a Star"||TBA||TBA||September 24, 1985|
|4||"In the Line of Duty"||TBA||TBA||October 1, 1985|
|5||"Runaway Movie Queen"||TBA||TBA||October 8, 1985|
|6||"Cat and Mouse"||TBA||TBA||October 15, 1985|
|7||"Hostage"||TBA||TBA||November 8, 1985|
|8||"Homecoming"||TBA||TBA||November 15, 1985|
|9||"The Casino"||TBA||TBA||November 22, 1985|
|10||"Mark of Cain"||TBA||TBA||November 29, 1985|
|11||"Lone Justice"||TBA||TBA||December 6, 1985|
|12||"End of the Line"||TBA||TBA||December 13, 1985|
|13||"Crimes of Passion: Part 1"||TBA||TBA||December 27, 1985|
|14||"Crimes of Passion: Part 2"||TBA||TBA||January 3, 1986|
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