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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'The F.B.I.' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'The F.B.I.':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)





September 14, 1969: Target Of Interest
Season 5, episode 1
W: Warren Duff   D: William Hale

With Lawrence Montaigne (Eugene Moody), Lew Brown (S.A.C. Allen Bennett), Frank Baxter (Special Agent), Ed Deemer (Chauffeur), Linden Chiles (Michael Well), Stewart Moss (Robert Vincent), Curt Lowens (Gustaaf Van Ritter), Tod Andrews (Ed Franklin), Pat O'Hara (Mr. Addison), Dale Morse (Secretary), Diane Baker (Anne Fraser), Eduard Franz (Rudolph Klar), Melissa Murphy (Sandra Davis), Victoria Paige Meyerink (Claudia Addison).
Inspector Erskine takes the cover of a state department official vulnerable to blackmail to tempt a spy with diplomatic immunity into the open.

September 21, 1969: Nightmare Road
Season 5, episode 2
W: Mark Rodgers   D: Harvey Hart

With Roy Engel (Eldon Hunter), Ron Doyle (S.R.A. Harmon), Phil Dean (S.A.C. Jansen), Fred Holliday (S.A.C. Clark), Robert Duvall (Gerald Wilson), Burr DeBenning (Jack Collins), Ellen Weston (Barbara Mercer), Anthony Hayes (Special Agent Mercer), Warren Parker (Dr. Haller), Ray Kellogg (Policeman), Midge Ware (Teller), Ron Brown (Surveillance Agent), Davey Davison (Carolyn Paul).
Inspector Erskine leads a field force in a tri-state manhunt for the slayers of a fellow agent and deputy sheriff.

September 28, 1969: The Swindler
Season 5, episode 3
W: Andy Lewis   D: William Hale

With James Nolan (Sprall), Herb Armstrong (Klein), Robert Knapp (S.R.A. Mullins), John Graham (Henderson), John P. Ryan (William Quine), Ford Rainey (Burke), Richard Bull (Hoyer), Bill Quinn (Dorman), Wayne Heffley (Captain), Susan Davis (Mrs. Hoyer), Marlowe Jensen (Morrow), Vera Miles (Kate Burke), Peter Donat (Robert Pollard), William Schallert (Gans).
The death of a bank official starts Inspector Erskine on the trail of two con men who prey on small town bankers.

October 5, 1969: Boomerang
Season 5, episode 4
W: Robert Heverly   D: Gene Nelson

With Mark Roberts (S.A.C. Murray Davis), John Beck (Harvey Windsor), Marion Thompson (Marjorie Shelton), Solomon Sturges (Bobby Fleming), Marcella Martin (Ruth Collier), Karen Carlson (Decoy), Ed Long (Truck driver), Carl Betz (Gar Shelton), Brooke Bundy (Melinda Collier), Jeff Bridges (Terry Shelton), Nancy Wickwire (Eve Shelton).
A oilman's son's scheme to extort $200,000 from his father by faking his own kidnapping turns into a dangerous hoax when his companions decide to take the mony and, in the process, must take the father captive.

October 12, 1969: Silent Partners
Season 5, episode 5
W: Jack Turley   D: William Hale

With June Dayton (Betty Grayson), Dallas Mitchell (S.A.C. Cullinan), Logan Field (Attorney), Robert Yuro (Victor Berris), Jerome Thor (Simms), Walter Burke (Benny Logan), Virginia Vincent (Mrs. Wyatt), Nelson Olmsted (Doctor), Frank Biro (Philip Grayson), Tyler McVey (Judge), Robert Hooks (Steve Harber), Cicely Tyson (Elaine Harber), Wesley Addy (Carl Torrance).
The Bureau receives a tip that a juror in the trial of a Mafia boss had been bribed.

October 19, 1969: Gamble With Death
Season 5, episode 6
W: Don Brinkley   D: William Hale

With Jerry Ayres (John Springer), Barry Russo (Webber), Peter Hobbs (S.A.C. Anthony Harper), Claudia Bryar (Hospital Clerk), Simon Scott (Alexander York), Russell Thorson (Andrew Paisley), Shirley O'Hara (Nurse Swenson), Claire Kelly (Secretary), William Wintersole (Doctor), Robert Duggan (Newsman), Michael Callan (Harry Springer), Anne Helm (Amy Springer), Laraine Day (Helen York).
An investigation of an extortion demand made upon a shipyard owner lifts the lid off a closed murder case in which the man was the state's key witness.

October 26, 1969: Flight
Season 5, episode 7
W: John D.F. Black, Robert Heverly   D: Gene Nelson

With Dabney Coleman (Pilot Sam Langlin), Ken Lynch (Peter Dannis), Michael Harris (Special Agent Vega), Tim O'Connor (Walter Hazlett), Larry Linville (George Tremont), Skip Ward (Nick Sorenson), Lynne Marta (Debbie Marsh), Jonathan Lippe (Matty Buckner), Don Eitner (S.A.C. Harley Jones), Irene Tedrow (Sarah Gibbs), Doreen Lang (Alice Carlin), Jenny Sullivan (Amelia Stark), Peter Hale (Radio operator), Michael Whitney (Eddie Floyd), Charlotte Stewart (Ginny Hazlett), Brenda Benet (Agnes Rizzo).
The bureau searches for the daughter of a crime syndicate czar who has hijacked an airplane to escape gang executioners.

November 2, 1969: The Challenge
Season 5, episode 8
W: Donald Sanford, Mark Weingart   D: Jesse Hibbs

With Forrest Compton (R.A. McAdams), Jason Wingreen (Detective), Richard Anderson (Clifford Banning), Barry Atwater (Andrei Vallone), Nancy Fisher (Shirley Thompson), Charles Stewart (Noel Phillips), John Zaremba (Keller), Kirk Scott (Agent Cobb), Robert Stiles (Frank Miller), Sherry Mitchell (Linda Rice), Don Ross (Security Guard), Joanne Linville (Ruth Banning), Fritz Weaver (Paul Winters).
The Bureau investigates the slaying of a surfer in an area where a Communist trawler is anchored near a space weaponry plant.

November 9, 1969: Blood Tie
Season 5, episode 9
W: Robert Heverly   D: Virgil Vogel

With Robert Doyle (Max Kerry), John Ward (Patrolman Haines), Robert Patten (S.A.C. Bennett Adams), Scott Graham (S.A.C. Carter), Paul Sorenson (George Vistain), Garrison True (Special Agent), Michael Tolan (Neil Kriton), Scott Marlowe (Ricky Kriton), Jan Merlin (Frank Wanderman), Joyce Easton (Fay Wanderman), Al Checco (Weldon Rogers), Jeff Donnell (Rooming House Manager), Paul Hahn (Security Guard), Jerry Summers (Metcalfe), Julie Adams (Denise Kriton), Donna Baccala (Lori Clarke).
As Inspector Erskine investigates the attempted hijacking of an interstate cargo, gang leader Ricky Kriton plans to rob a Seattle drug firm of a large narcotics shipment.

November 16, 1969: The Sanctuary
Season 5, episode 10
W: Anthony Spinner   D: Jesse Hibbs

With David Brandon (3rd Special Agent), Hal Riddle (2nd Special Agent), Jim Raymond (Deputy), Danny Sue Nolan (Woman hostage), D'Urville Martin (Paul Laraby), Steve Perry (Wiley Brooks), Charles Lampkin (Broker), Adam Wade (Ellis Deevers), Royce Wallace (Landlady), Troy Melton (J.C. Winslow), Jon White (Larry O.), Ron Stokes (Special Agent Stevens), Billy Dee Williams (Nate Phelps), Lola Falana (Lenore Brooks), Booker Bradshaw (Special Agent Harry Dane).
Erskine heads a hunt for a former black football star-turned-bank robber who's hiding out in Los Angeles' ghetto area.

November 23, 1969: Scapegoat
Season 5, episode 11
W: Robert Heverly, Edward J. Lakso   D: Don Medford

With Noah Keen (S.R.A. Arnold Kaplan), Arthur Franz (Carl Stokely), Harrison Ford (Everett Giles), Brooke Mills (Karen Blakely), Bob Okazaki (Gardener), Lincoln Demyan (Captain Thomas), Lew Elias (Lester Watson), Harlan Warde (Warden), Joe Stefano (Guard), Michael Burns (Harley Garnett), Nan Martin (Eleanor Garnett), Brenda Vaccaro (Jerri Coates).
In a probe into the death of a girl on a government reservation, Inspector Erskine finds evidence linking the case to another in which a man was sentenced to prison.

November 30, 1969: The Inside Man
Season 5, episode 12
W: Mark Weingart, Norman Hudis   D: Gene Nelson

With Dean Harens (S.A.C. Bryan Durant), Clyde Ventura (Harold Casey), William Bramley (Howard Spain), Aron Kincaid (Vic Hunter), Maxine Stuart (Mrs. Stone), Judee Morton (Shanna Hurley), Elizabeth Lane (Erskine's Secretary), Bard Stevens (Serviceman), Lizabeth Field (Woman Passenger), Steven Michelis (Michael Gray), Lloyd Bochner (Keenyn Gray), Lawrence Dane (Frank Sawyer), Oscar Beregi Jr. (Martin Abrilev), Janis Hansen (Andrea Gray).
Inspector Erskine heads a team investigation of a gem robbery suspected of being masterminded by someone in the diamond industry.

December 7, 1969: The Prey
Season 5, episode 13
W: Don Brinkley   D: Jesse Hibbs

With Steve Ihnat (Carl Beaumond), Bettye Ackerman (Mrs. Kurland), Cyril Delevanti (Ellis Pierson), Paul Fix (Chester Crawford), C. Lindsay Workman (J.R. Swinton), Rose Hobart (Molly Ferguson), Sam Elliott (S.A.C. Kendall Lisbon), Joanna Moore (Angela Reese), Mildred Dunnock (Sarah Whittaker).
As Inspector Erksine and Agent Colby open a search in Phoenix for fugitives Carl Beaumond and Angela Reese, the confidence pair have already lined up their next victim in Denver.

December 14, 1969: Journey Into Night
Season 5, episode 14
W: Robert Heverly   D: Virgil Vogel

With Anthony Eisley (S.A.C. Chet Randolph), Dabbs Greer (Arlie Sessions), Nellie Burt (Mrs. Starret), Julienne Marie (Elaine Keller), Ken Swofford (Honky-Tonk Bookkeeper), Lauren Gilbert (Babcock), Fred Sadoff (Mabry), Pat Renella (Gene Corlette), Tol Avery (Dr. Louis Naples), Don Keefer (Mr. Allison), Nancy Jeris (Bank Teller), Barbara Dodd (Nurse), Ben Young (Doctor), Michael Kearney (Cliff Starret), John Vernon (David Starret).
The Bureau's hunt for a prison escapee turns into a mission of mercy when the fugitive kidnaps his own son -- unaware that the boy is a victim of leukemia.

December 21, 1969: The Doll Courier
Season 5, episode 15
W: Gerald Sanford   D: Herschel Daugherty

With Anthony Eisley (S.A.C. Chet Randolph), Guy Remsen (S.R.A. Daniel Sublette), Richard O'Brien (Carl Degner), Josephine Hutchinson (Libby Jackson), Peter Brandon (Mark Leffert), Julie Bennett (Katie Singer), Walter Mathews (Michael James Nelson), Robert Wolders (Eric Linler), Nola Thorp (Switchboard operator), William Smithers (John DeBecker), Penny Fuller (Muriel Selby), Viveca Lindfors (Eva Bolan).
A Marie Antoinette doll leads to the discovery of major espionage and a new hobby for Inspector Erskine -- antique doll collecting.

December 28, 1969: Tug-Of-War
Season 5, episode 16
W: Mark Weingart   D: Don Medford

With Dean Harens (S.A.C. Bryan Durant), Lew Brown (S.A.C. Allen Bennett), John Ward (Goss), Tom Palmer (Mr. Taback), Don Gordon (Aaron Taylor), Frank Campanella (Ned Raven), Frank Christi (Milo Pike), James Seay (U.S. Commissioner), William Cort (Agent), Jim McKrell (S.A.C. Greene), Michele Carey (Meredith Schafer), Barry Nelson (Val Palmer).
The Bureau investigates a Mafia racket of obtaining bank loans on stolen stocks and securities in Chcago.

January 4, 1970: Fatal Impostor
Season 5, episode 17
W: Anthony Spinner   D: Jesse Hibbs

With John Lasell (Jerry Stevens), John Considine (S.R.A. John Dennison), Larry Ward (Sergeant), Allen Emerson (Rick Davis), Joel Lawrence (Deputy), Stephen Coit (Mr. Joseph), Nick Ford (Attendant), Jan Burrell (Marge), Paul Todd (Special Agent Stanley), Gerald S. O'Loughlin (Vic Kiley), Norma Crane (Lorraine), David Cassidy (Larry Williams), Mary Fickett (Anne Williams).
The search for a fugitive wanted for murder takes on an ominous tone when the wounded desperado takes a woman and her son hostage and uses them as a cover to get through roadblocks.

January 11, 1970: Conspiracy Of Corruption
Season 5, episode 18
W: Mark Rodgers   D: Don Medford

With Hank Brandt (Special Agent John Potter), William Sargent (Deputy D.A. Reese), James McCallion (Kyle Harris), Noam Pitlik (Deputy Joyner), Natividad Vacio (Morelos), Vitina Marcus (Linda), Bill Hickman (Peter Griffith), James Olson (Sheriff Temple), Katherine Justice (Laurel Wyant), Armando Silvestre (Carlos Lara), J.D. Cannon (Cliff Wyant).
Inspector Erskine investigates a possible civil rights violation case in Texas when a sheriff is accused of shooting a ranch foreman from ambush.

January 18, 1970: The Diamond Millstone
Season 5, episode 19
W: Robert Heverly   D: Robert Douglas

With Michael Harris (S.A.C. Benton), John Mayo (1st Bureau Supervisor), Robert Knapp (S.A.C. McDonald), David Brandon (2nd Bureau Supervisor), Scott Graham (Surveillance Agent), Pilar Seurat (Maria Montoya), Than Wyenn (Billy Deveraux), June Vincent (Evelyn Harcourt), Vivi Janiss (Annette), Geoffrey Norman (Hoyle Mason), Jack Klugman (Victor Amazeen), Daniel J. Travanti (Billy Jack Lyle), Murray Matheson (Murray Elders), Richard Evans (James Tate).
The theft of a fabulous diamond ring brings the Bureau into the case to try to recover the stone before it is cut up into smaller gems.

January 25, 1970: Deadly Reunion
Season 5, episode 20
W: Warren Duff   D: Jesse Hibbs

With David Frankham (William Howard), Anthony Eisley (S.A.C. Chet Randolph), Alex Gerry (Matthew Bernhardt), Gregory Gaye (General), Jim Raymond (Special Agent Turner), John Van Dreelen (Conrad), Charles Knox Robinson (Henry Robinson), Dana Wynter (Lisa Stone), Robert Boon (Driver), Alex Rodine (Schnell), Eric Forst (East German Official), Alf Kjellin (Buchanan/Stone), Sandra Smith (Peggy Grant).
Communist assassins trail Inspector Erskine as he poses as the Red agent escort of Lisa Stone, a woman brought to the U.S. from East Berlin to meet her Red-spy husband.

February 1, 1970: Pressure Point
Season 5, episode 21
W: Robert Heverly   D: Don Medford

With John Kerr (S.A.C. Douglas Parker), Frank Marth (Marty Rawll), Michael Baseleon (Jack Lutcher), Gene Lyons (Phil Garrett), William Stevens (Francis Jessup), Heather Harrison (Patty Rogers), Fred Beir (Scott Rogers), Phyllis Love (Tracy Rogers), David Opatoshu (Nolan Crist).
Mafia lieutentant Marty Rawll accepts a bribe to sponsor a gambler into his "family", then must call on the FBI for protection from Mafia killers.

February 8, 1970: Summer Terror
Season 5, episode 22
W: Gerald Sanford, Mark Weingart   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Hal Riddle (S.R.A. Blue Lake), Eldon Quick (Jerry Hagner), Pamela Curran (Wanda), Ron Husmann (S.A.C. Blanchard), Bill Hickman (Jake), Lin McCarthy (Philip Lowe), Joe Don Baker (Alex Drake), Pamela McMyler (Marianne Lowe), Mark Jenkins (Beau Manley), Beverlee McKinsey (Kathy Whelan), Peggy McCay (Helen Lowe).
As Inspector Erskine investigates the kidnapping of Marianne Lowe, the young victim makes a desperate bid for her life by appealing to one of her abductors.

February 15, 1970: Return To Power
Season 5, episode 23
W: Mark Rodgers   D: Don Medford

With Logan Field (S.A.C. Milton Sumner), John Mayo (Bureau Supervisor), Peter Mark Richman (Vincent Manion), Anthony Caruso (Larry Bender), John Carter (Inspector Bonner), Ernest Sarracino (Andy Fall), Jerome Guardino (1st Gunman), Lanita Kent (Waitress), Christopher George (Peter Tenny), Lynda Day George (Maria), Richard Devon (Frank Di Mirjian).
Inspector Erskine assembles a special field force to exploit a deadly power fight between half-brothers for control of a Mafia family.

February 22, 1970: The Dealer
Season 5, episode 24
W: Don Brinkley, Robert Heverly   D: Jesse Hibbs

With Paul Bryar (Ernie Maxwell), Phil Chambers (Tony Bracken), Frank Baxter (S.A.C. Benton), Hal Lynch (Davey Osborne), Roy Jenson (Lobb McCoy), Susannah Darrow (Barbara Simms), Kirk Scott (Special Agent Mabry), Ron Pinkard (Surveillance Agent), Edward Binns (Barney Simms), Vincent Beck (Frank Brokaw), Paul Mantee (Norman Whitehead), Nina Foch (Terry Simms).
In the investigation of the theft of interstate shipments, both Inspector Erskine and Agent Colby go undercover.

March 1, 1970: Deadfall
Season 5, episode 25
W: Robert Heverly   D: Don Medford

With Buck Young (S.A.C. Bennett Adams), Robert Drivas (Frank Moonan), Wayne Rogers (Ronnie Brimlow), Paul Picerni (Fred Cochella), Grace Gaynor (Mrs. Florella), Peg Shirley (Madeleine Cerelli), Erin Moran (Vicki Florea), Rick Adams (Arthur Cody), Paul Tod (Surveillance Agent), Zohra Lampert (Mary Cochella), Anne Francis (Shelly Brimlow).
Inspector Erskine puts his life on the line when he impersonates the husband of a kidnap victim and allows himself to be taken prisoner by the abductor, a bank robber on the FBI's "most wanted" list.

March 8, 1970: The Quest
Season 5, episode 26
W: Mark Weingart   D: Philip Abbott

With Anthony Eisley (S.A.C. Chet Randolph), Larry Gates (Austin Carr), Richard O'Brien (Hauser), Morgan Sterne (Blair Evans), Loretta Leversee (Sarah Evans), Parley Baer (Newman), Frank Maxwell (Wendell Bricker), Claire Brennan (Girl), Ellan Nance (Nurse Thornton), Michele Tobin (Mindy Evans), Trudy Stolz (Sue Evans), Earl Holliman (Walker Carr), Russell Johnson (Dr. McGregor).
The Bureau's search for an escapee from an institution for the criminally insane is hampered by lack of cooperation of the man's father.





September 20, 1970: The Condemned
Season 6, episode 1
W: Robert Heverly   D: Virgil Vogel

With Joseph V. Perry (Ed Ramser), James B. Sikking (Dan Marly), Robert Gibbons (Hotel Manager), Tim McIntire (Shep Buford), Joe Mantell (Everett Albers), Royal Dano (Jess Buford), John Hudson (R.L. Rush), Jim McKrell (Edward Carter), Joel Lawrence (1st Bureau Supervisor), Will J. White (Patrolman), Matthew Knox (2nd Bureau Supervisor), Cliff McDonald (3rd Bureau Supervisor), Joan Van Ark (Cindy Scott), Martin Sheen (Perry Victor).
Inspector Erskine and Agent Colby track two young Philadelphia bank robbers to St. Louis -- and finally to a prospective heist at a construction site in Oregon.

September 27, 1970: The Traitor
Season 6, episode 2
W: Gerald Sanford   D: William Hale

With William Sargent (Ken Whitlock), Forrest Compton (S.A.C. Anthony Harper), John Mayo (F.B.I. Lab Examiner), Bradford Dillman (Neil Stryker), Wayne Rogers (Bryan Carlson), David Hurst (Alex Keeler), Eric Christmas (Tanker), Jimmy Lydon (Mr. Church), Ed Gilbert (Stan Mills), William Wintersole (Herb Kohler), Richmond Shepard (Donald Willis), Michael Sevareid (Bill Evans), George Robertson (O'Rourke), Ron Brown (F.B.I. Cryptanalyst Jim Baker), Michael Chase (Rick), Antoinette Bower (Elaine Stryker).
The Bureau is set on the trail of espionage when top-secret data is found on the body of a research executive killed in an elevator accident.

October 4, 1970: Escape To Terror
Season 6, episode 3
W: Don Brinkley   D: William Hale

With Ken Lynch (Michael Frost), Mary Jackson (Nurse), Paul Bryar (Jack Diamond), Alex Gerry (Willis Gaynor), Mark Allen (Dock Worker), Charles Dierkop (Nick Irish), Ion Berger (Oberly), Weston Gavin (Charlie), Carlos Rivas (S.R.A. Joe Rodriguez), Harlan Warde (Doctor), Nancy Jeris (1st Newsman), Betty Anne Rees (Clerk), Marlowe Jensen (S.R.A. Blackwell), Robert Duggan (2nd Newsman), James Olson (George Breen), Linda Marsh (Peggy Breen), Marge Redmond (Doris Eubanks), Harry Guardino (Al Eubanks).
Inspector Erskine races a hired killer in pursuit of an accountant for a crime syndicate who's trying to escape the country with his pregnant wife.

October 11, 1970: The Architect
Season 6, episode 4
W: Robert Heverly   D: Virgil Vogel

With Dabbs Greer (Howard Deal), Robert Patten (F.B.I. Supervisor Al McClure), Fred Holliday (Mark Kress), Jim Raymond (Special Agent Kirby Greene), Ron Doyle (Owen Clark), Garrison True (Portland Special Agent), Arthur Franz (Stacy Williams), Ford Rainey (John Prysock), Phyllis Hill (Joan Merriman), Janee Michelle (Mary Borden), Ted Gehring (Atley Spancer), Stanley Clements (Forrest Clegg), Sandra De Bruin (Myrna Eddy), Donna Ramsey (Sporting Goods Clerk), Larry Wynn (Ronnie), Monte Markham (Arthur McBride), Billy Dee Williams (James Borden).
A tip by an alert newsboy sets the Bureau on the trail of two escaped convicts, one of them a mastermind who's planning a Florida robbery which could cost the lives of innocent people.

October 18, 1970: The Savage Wilderness
Season 6, episode 5
W: Robert Malcolm Young   D: Virgil Vogel

With Ellen Corby (Mrs. Anderson), Len Wayland (R.A. Cameron), David Macklin (John Evanhauer), Marjorie Eaton (Mrs. Elbert), John Oldham (Vincent Judson), William Patterson (Dr. Sharpe), Craig Kelly (Hank), Fred MacMillan (Virgil Rilling), Don Stroud (Walker Oborn), Darleen Carr (Emily Willis).
Inspector Erskine leads a search for a kidnapper, an emotionally disturbed young man who has forced a girl he secretly loves to accompany him to a lovingly furnished cabin in the wilderness.

October 25, 1970: Time Bomb
Season 6, episode 6
W: Robert Malcolm Young   D: Virgil Vogel

With Dean Harens (S.A.C. Bryan Durant), Geoffrey Deuel (Eric Stone), Mark Jenkins (Alan Hiller), Diana Ewing (Karen Wandermere), Wayne Maunder (Knox Hiller), John Kroger (1st Agent), John Perak (Tony), Phil Garris (Attorney), Brad Stevens (Guard), Ed Prentiss (Judge), Yvonne White (Miss Chatfield), Tom Falk (Gilbert Manning), Josephine Hutchinson (Anna Wandermere).
A band of affluent, young self-styled revolutionaries plots to place bombs in federal buildings and the Bureau, alerted by an informer, tries to round them up before innocent lives are taken.

November 1, 1970: The Innocents
Season 6, episode 7
W: Pat Riddle   D: Gene Nelson

With Robert Knapp (1st Special Agent), Ed Deemer (2nd Special Agent), John Graham (Dr. Zachary), Buck Young (S.A.C. Howard Schaal), Danny Sue Nolan (Jeanie), James Nolan (Bartender), Larry Blyden (Frank Colling), Lois Nettleton (Elizabeth Colling), Joan Hotchkis (Dr. Anne Bowden), Joey Sinda (2nd Hoodlum), Geoffrey Gage (1st Hoodlum), Patti Cohoon (Child Janet), Bob LeMond (TV Announcer), Ted Foulkes (Chuck), Robert Ritchie (Resident Doctor), Ed Hall (Pharmacist), Maidie Norman (Audrie), Brian Dewey (Timmy Bowden), Lee Bergere (James Bowden), Russell Thorson (Derelict).
The Bureau is called on to find a 7-year-old boy kidnapped by an emotionally unstable woman and her alcoholic husband.

November 8, 1970: The Deadly Pact
Season 6, episode 8
W: Robert Heverly   D: Virgil Vogel

With Frank Baxter (3rd Agent), Frank Jamus (Surveillance Agent), Scott Graham (Felix Darrin), Dean Harens (S.A.C. Bryan Durant), Hari Rhodes (Ginger Dodds), James McEachin (Lester Cotts), Ivan Dixon (Terry Maynard), Robert Loggia (Alex Poland), Arlyce Baker (Older Maynard Girl), Edward Crawford (Toby Phillips), Wadsworth Taylor (Government Official), David Moses (Rich Phillips), Albert Popwell (Henry Jackson), Booker Bradshaw (Special Agent Harry Dane), Gloria Calomee (Cissie Maynard), Jeff Burton (2nd Agent).
Inspector Erskine heads a special squad investigation of a syndicate extortion ring victimizing Los Angeles's black community.

November 22, 1970: The Impersonator
Season 6, episode 9
W: Don Brinkley   D: William Hale

With Kent Smith (Commodore Coldwell), James Luisi (Sam Kehoe), Charles Macaulay (Jeweller), Peter Church (Bartender), Martin Braddock (Fred), Ben Young (Atkins), Richard Merrifield (S.R.A. Jaco), Matt Pelton (Waiter), Stuart Whitman (Wesley Ziegler), Phyllis Kirk (Nora Tobin), Marj Dusay (Harriet Ziegler), Mariette Hartley (Jessica Bowling).
A con man's choice of disguise -- a naval officer's uniform -- and a wealthy woman's complaint set the Bureau on the man's trail.

November 29, 1970: Antennae Of Death
Season 6, episode 10
W: Robert Heverly   D: Virgil Vogel

With Robert Doyle (Carl Ahern), Dean Harens (S.A.C. Bryan Durant), Lawrence Montaigne (Gary Grove), Hal Riddle (S.A.C. Crail), Felice Orlandi (Oren Willard), Richard Schaal (Ray Calvin), Mary Gregory (Mrs. Loper), Jack Bender (Robert Loper), Tony Brande (Keith Allison), Victor Campos (Paul Willard), Rhill Rhaden (Kirby Jarret), Robert Palmer (Craig Waters), Charles Bastin (Silvestre), Ray Kellogg (Border Patrol Inspector), John Yates (S.A.C. Dan Riss), William Shatner (Arthur Majors), Bettye Ackerman (Mary Binyon), Astrid Warner (Shelly Binyon).
Inspector Erskine leads an investigation of syndicate narcotics smuggling and a demoted runner who plans to rob dope distributors.

December 6, 1970: The Target
Season 6, episode 11
W: Gerald Sanford   D: William Hale

With David Frankham (Victor Dorman), John Kerr (Victor MacGregor), Bill Zuckert (Guard), John Mayo (Crawford), Dinah Ann Rogers (Katrina Denham), Jerry Douglas (S.A.C. Jim Russell), Ken Mayer (Ben), Pepe Callahan (Pito), Ann Loos (Mrs. Eldridge), Sam Christopher (Mrs. Walden), Katharina Berger (Erica Zolda), Phyllis Davis (Betty), William Meigs (1st Special Agent), Robert Buckingham (2nd Special Agent), Eric Braeden (Nicholas Blok), Karin Dor (Maria Chernov).
The Bureau tracks a foreign agent who's on a mission to abduct the daughter of a Communist official who defected to the West.

December 13, 1970: The Witness
Season 6, episode 12
W: Mark Rodgers   D: William Hale

With June Dayton (Margaret McElroy), Hank Brandt (S.A.C. William Converse), Logan Field (Lt. Cmdr. Chamblis), Roger Perry (Jerry Leigh), John Vivyan (George Petrarkis), Robert Phillips (Jack), Barbara Baldavin (Nurse Shannon), Lisa James (Lynne), Steven Marlo (Vance), Edward Colmans (High Commissioner), Larry Ward (Cmdr. Frank Wilson), Murray Hamilton (Douglas McElroy), Flora Plumb (Yvonne Demarest), Don Grady (John McElroy).
Syndicate mobsters blackmail the joy-seeking son of a wealthy businessman in a plot to infiltrate an industrial combine.

December 20, 1970: Incident In The Desert
Season 6, episode 13
W: Mark Weingart   D: Bernard McEveety

With Charles Knox Robinson (Frank Taylor), Herb Armstrong (Mr. Miller), David Brandon (S.A.C. Lawrence Douglas), Dallas Mitchell (S.A.C. Taft), Craig Guenther (F.B.I. Agent), Steve Ihnat (John Elgin), Dabney Coleman (Ty Williams), Paul Fix (Matt), Richard Evans (Collier Sampson), Clint Howard (Josh Cobb), Paul Carr (Jerry Tolan), Shirley O'Hara (Mrs. Miller), Neil Russell (Henry Cobb), Regis Cordic (Mr. Austin), Ed Bakey (Scully), Jack Garner (Deputy), Paul Todd (Special Agent Carter), Maurice Meyer (F.B.I. Artist), Ross Hagen (Harold Boggs), Corinne Camacho (Andrea Phillips).
The transportation of stolen property across state lines sets the Bureau on the trail of a gang who robbed a wealthy Texan and his guests of a fortune in jewels.

December 27, 1970: The Inheritors
Season 6, episode 14
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: Jesse Hibbs

With Lew Brown (S.A.C. Allen Bennett), Phil Dean (S.A.C. Kirby Greene), Paul Sorenson (Billy Hanson), Larry Linville (George Franciscus), William Traylor (Lester Hunter), Mary Munday (Blance Frye), John S. Ragin (Harvey Davis), Don Spruance (Guerneville Agent), James Chandler (Businessman), Ivan Bonar (Ames), William Tregoe (Conrad Russell), Ric Mancini (Warehouse Manager), Vera Stough (Laura Franciscus), Frank Albertson (Padre), Gene Raymond (Harlan Franciscus), Ray Danton (Glen Frye), Suzanne Pleshette (Temple Alexander).
An embezzler and his beautiful accomplice elude authorities and escape to California -- and a scheme to shake down a millionaire wine maker.

January 3, 1971: The Unknown Victim
Season 6, episode 15
W: Mark Weingart   D: William Hale

With John Lasell (Owen Singer), Anthony Eisley (S.A.C. Chet Randolph), Susannah Darrow (Laura Singer), Norma Connolly (Mrs. Oliver), Sherry Boucher (Karen Oliver), Carole Shelyne (Fern), Eloise Hardt (Edith Singer), Mel Novak (Policeman), Tom Skerritt (Thorn Hazard), Fabian (Bryan Hazard), Lynne Marta (Sheila Waters), Woodrow Parfrey (Harry Oliver).
The Bureau tracks a pair of brothers who kidnapped a college girl whom they mistook for the daughter of a wealthy socialite.

January 10, 1971: The Stalking Horse
Season 6, episode 16
W: Jack Turley   D: Nick Webster

With Dallas Mitchell (S.A.C. Vernon Taft), Harold Gould (Vincent Millard), Lawrence Pressman (Dennis Carey), Lyn Edgington (Carol Barrington), Reuben Singer (Yanos Lobler), Duncan McLeod (Colson), Karl Lukas (Jenkins), Jerry Taft (Executive), Dan Barton (Agent Dawson), Tom Stewart (Agent Carpenter), Jim Driskill (Pete), Steve Forrest (Lee Barrington), Diana Hyland (Joanne Kinston / Marie Roska).
Inspector Erskine investigates the theft of top-secret data for a government project.

January 17, 1971: Center Of Peril
Season 6, episode 17
W: Robert Malcolm Young   D: Carl Barth

With Robert Knapp (S.A.C. Noel McDonald), Robert Cornthwaite (Creighton Atwood), Maurice Marsac (Perriere), Lewis Charles (Mr. Alister), Wayne McLaren (Jay Yarborough), Maree Cheatham (Miss Evans), Vic Morrow (Porter Bent), Gary Collins (Mark Gaynor), Susan Howard (Yvonne Simpson).
Inspector Erskine poses as an art expert to penetrate a robbery ring which is attempting to sell a priceless painting back to the Kansas City museum from which it was stolen.

January 24, 1971: The Eye Of The Needle
Season 6, episode 18
W: Robert Heverly   D: Virgil Vogel

With Jerry Ayres (Jimmy Vaughn), Robert Yuro (Gene Fordyce), George Wallace (George Ayres), Richard Roat (S.A.C. Ed Windsor), Byron Keith (S.A.C. Lee Brownell), Lynette Mettey (Marian), Vince Howard (Carter Graham), Tari DeMeyer (Girl Patient), William Toomey (F.B.I. Agent), Leo G. Morrell (Supervisor Al McClure), Richard Kiley (Dr. Herbert Barth), Coleen Gray (Mrs. Barth), Michael Baseleon (Paul Menard).
The Bureau launches a widespread search through Washington's Cascade mountains for a wealthy surgeon kidnapped from his solitary campsite.

January 31, 1971: The Fatal Connection
Season 6, episode 19
W: Ed Waters   D: Nick Webster

With Charles Bateman (R.A. Hagedorn), Scott Marlowe (Duke Bergman), Dana Elcar (Ed Garth), Gary Crosby (Al Rendich), Barbara Billingsley (Joan Conner), John Findlater (Nick Conner), Barbara Davis (Betty Chilson), Jim McKrell (R.A. Robertson), Joseph Mell (Optometrist), Jerry Fitzpatrick (Policeman), Bert Kramer (Agent), Al Travis (Patrolman), Andrew Duggan (Frank Conner), Sorrell Booke (Chip Tyler).
Inspector Erskine and Agent Colby dig for clues to the identity of a crime czar who "contracted" two trigger men in an attempt on the life of a crusading newspaper columnist.

February 7, 1971: The Replacement
Season 6, episode 20
W: Gerald Sanford   D: Philip Abbott

With Anthony Eisley (S.A.C. Chet Randolph), Phil Dean (S.A.C. Kirby Greene), John Mayo (Jim Woods), Dick Davalos (Mason Rhodes), Elizabeth Berger (Jo Anne), John Trayne (Eric Cross), George Skaff (Dr. Davis), Paul Hahn (Customs Inspector), John Damler (Customs Supervisor), John Kroger (Special Agent Monroe), Dennis Robertson (Special Agent Moore), Phyllis Thaxter (Valerie Hendricks), Peter Brandon (Karl Elman), Charles Korvin (Paul Stoner).
Inspector Lewis Erskine assumes the identity of a Communist agent who has entered the country to replace a top U.S.-based spy.

February 14, 1971: Death Watch
Season 6, episode 21
W: Robert Heverly   D: Robert Douglas

With Len Wayland (S.A.C. James Day), Craig Guenther (1st Special Agent), Robert Patten (2nd Special Agent), Herb Armstrong (F.B.I. Lab Examiner), Steve Sandor (1st Militant), Solomon Sturges (Timothy Gage), Frank Hotchkiss (Arthur Blaisdell), Bill Vint (2nd Militant), Brett Hadley (Navy Doctor), Douglas Bank (Ed Rivers), Chuck Taylor (Jim Michaels), Glenn Corbett (Stan Mabry), Diane Keaton (Dayan Britt), Richard Jaeckel (Sam Ryker), Angel Tompkins (Roberta "Bobby" Hallicent).
An attack on a Marine sergeant and his female companion is followed by the theft of guns from a base armory. Investigation uncovers a gang selling weapons to extremist groups.

February 21, 1971: Downfall
Season 6, episode 22
W: Robert Heverly, Shirl Hendryx   D: Virgil Vogel

With Patricia Donahue (Arlene Cutler), Morgan Jones (S.A.C. Frank Benton), Cathleen Cordell (Mrs. Washburn), Richard Young (Mason Carter), Corinne Conley (Dody Cross), Fletcher Allen (Lab Examiner), James Seay (Charles Washburn), Arnold Lessing (S.A.C. Ernie Barlow), Carl Betz (Martin Ashton), Anne Archer (Lynne Ashton), Michael Burns (Mike Keller/Holt Campbell).
The crossing of a state line sets the Bureau on the track of a young athlete-turned-jewel thief who uses his prowess in his crimes.

February 28, 1971: The Hitchhiker
Season 6, episode 23
W: Mark Rodgers   D: Virgil Vogel

With Forrest Compton (S.A.C. Edgar Brocton), John Ward (Agent Clinton Hyner), Skip Ward (Lethan Miles), Richard Kelton (Chuck Davis), Burke Byrnes (Joe Williams), Barry Cahill (Harold Potter), Robert Brubaker (Fred Collins), John Kroger (Agent Ray Camden), Jenny Hecht (Girl), Wadsworth Taylor (Surgeon), Robert Duggan (Officer), Philip Christopher (Gas Station Attendant), Bob Golden (State Police Officer), Michael Douglas (Jerry Williams), Donna Mills (Mary Anne Collins), Peggy McCay (Margaret Collins).
After robbing a bank, AWOL Army private Jerry Williams plans to elude police roadblocks by picking up a hitch-hiking hippie couple, a thrill-seeking girl and her male companion.

March 7, 1971: Turnabout
Season 6, episode 24
W: Don Brinkley   D: Robert Douglas

With Barry Russo (Joe Salka), John Considine (S.A.C. Hal Woodruff), David Brandon (S.A.C. Douglas Parker), Ahna Capri (Sarah Holmquist), Berry Kroeger (Alvin Holmquist), Arch Johnson (Leo Conway), James Gammon (Ben McCann), Robert P. Lieb (Coffee Shop Manager), Joe E. Tata (Barney Leeds), Tom Stewart (Agent O'Neill), Ray Kellogg (Armored Car Driver), Warren Oates (Richie Billings), Joyce Van Patten (Alice Kranz).
Inspector Erskine heads the pursuit of the sole survivor of a half-million dollar robbery engineered by the syndicate. The Bureau runs competition with syndicate hirelings when the lone robber decides to keep the fortune for himself.

March 14, 1971: The Natural
Season 6, episode 25
W: Ed Waters   D: Virgil Vogel

With Charles Bateman (Peter Griffith), Peter Mark Richman (Rudy Walden), Victor Holchak (Chet Hanzer), Walter Burke (Charlie Gallo), Morgan Paull (Nat Wenning), Vic Tayback (Ed Larch), Jesse Vint (Johnny Nesbitt), Meg Wyllie (Mrs. Blaik), John Sylvester White (Vince Stanton), Danni Sue Nolan (Marty), Rick Sorensen (College Boy), Anthony Costello (Billy Blaik), Susan O'Connell (Keenie Blaik).
The Bureau probes into the fixing of collegiate basketball by a New York crime syndicate.

March 21, 1971: Three-Way Split
Season 6, episode 26
W: Gerald Sanford   D: Philip Abbott

With James B. Sikking (Harte), Buck Young (Davis), Richard O'Brien (George R. Whelan), Paul Camen (Fred Elgin), Mary Wilcox (Allison Stuart), Jennifer Billingsley (Wanda Moore), Ted Hartley (Larry Cole), Gilbert Green (Mr. Nelson), Don Keefer (Claude Norris), Joel Lawrence (Hill), Noel Shire (Bellboy), Keith Walker (Newscaster), Peter Haskell (Eliot Fielding), Albert Salmi (Roy Mills / John Michaels), Edward Andrews (Frank Merrick), Lex Barker (Owen Stuart).
Inspector Erskine tracks three criminals who go their separate ways after dividing nearly a million dollars stolen in a complex Denver bank robbery.





September 12, 1971: Death On Sunday
Season 7, episode 1
W: Mark Weingart   D: Virgil Vogel

With Lew Brown (S.A.C. Allen Bennett), Paul Bryar (Garage Owner), James Devine (Mr. Garson), Pamela Stratton (Joyce David), Jon White (Defensive Back), Jim Bocke (Jerry Parks), Mitchell Silberman (Kenneth Talbot), Ron McIver (1st Agent), David Sharpe (2nd Agent), Stu Nahan (Announcer), Frank Converse (Paul Talbot), Andrew Prine (Irwin Lynch), Linda Marsh (Elaine Talbot), Solomon Sturges (Zach Parker).
Series returns for its seventh year. Inspector Erskine and Agent Colby set a trap for extortionists victimizing Paul Talbot, a professional football player.

September 19, 1971: Recurring Nightmare
Season 7, episode 2
W: Robert Lewin   D: Virgil Vogel

With Phil Chambers (Amos Reed), Frank Jamus (S.A.C. Denver), John Ward (Don Harper), Tim McIntire (Dale Fisher), Barbara Billingsley (June Rankin), Richard Derr (Ray Rankin), Kenneth Tobey (Carl Barstow), Nellie Burt (Mae Copeland), Dennis Rucker (Jeff Adams), Belinda Montgomery (Wendy Rankin), Ralph Meeker (Graham Newcomb).
The Bureau trails kidnappers and their 18-year-old victim to a Wyoming forest (where the young girl's father was killed 10 years before) in search of $400,000 that has never been recovered.

September 26, 1971: The Last Job
Season 7, episode 3
W: Robert Heverly   D: Virgil Vogel

With John S. Ragin (Gary Burgess), Joe E. Tata (Al Naylor), John McIntire (Michael 'Doc' Lacy), David Canary (Eugene Bradshaw), Guy Stockwell (Jerry Rivers), Jeanette Nolan (Helen Lacy).
Erskine heads an FBI hunt for a legendary criminal who escaped from prison with the aid of a gang planning a military payroll heist.

October 3, 1971: The Deadly Gift
Season 7, episode 4
W: Ben Masselink   D: Philip Abbott

With Dana Wynter (Carol Stanford), Maurice Marsac (Frank Dalcour), Nora Marlowe (Miss Ashley), Joan Van Ark (Julie Rhodes), Jerome Guardino (Joe Flores), Fritz Weaver (Charles Ridgeway), Ed Begley Jr. (Youngblood).
Charles Ridgeway, being sought for interstate transportation of stolen property, is engaged in a con game with a wealthy society matron as his target.

October 10, 1971: Dynasty Of Hate
Season 7, episode 5
W: Robert Heverly   D: Virgil Vogel

With Dabbs Greer (Sal Cleary), Buck Young (S.A.C. Brockton), Bryan Montgomery (Jimmy Faron), Jo Anne Meredith (Lorna Wymer), Robert Palmer (Aaron Miller), Earl Holliman (Drake Faron), L.Q. Jones (Al Tanner), Henry Silva (Lee Chard).
Lee Chard, hired by a wealthy rancher's son to kill his younger brother, instead kidnaps the youth and demands ransom.

October 17, 1971: The Mastermind (1)
Season 7, episode 6
W: Robert Heverly   D: Virgil Vogel

With Bradford Dillman (Curtis Breer), Steve Ihnat (Howard Rademaker), Scott Marlowe (Clenard Massey), Clu Gulager (Lyle Chernik), Virginia Vincent (Mrs. Rademaker), Robert Emhart (Cyril Boyer), Jennifer Billingsley (Mavis Barret), Marianne McAndrew (Mrs. Breer).
Four bandits disguise themselves as strolling entertainers to rob an amusement park of $1,800,000, but the mastermind of the plot double-crosses the others and gets away with all the money.

October 24, 1971: The Mastermind (2)
Season 7, episode 7
W: Robert Heverly   D: Virgil Vogel

With Bradford Dillman (Curtis Breer), Steve Ihnat (Howard Rademaker), Scott Marlowe (Clenard Massey), Clu Gulager (Lyle Chernik).
Erskine, after capturing one member of the $1,800,000 amusement park robbery, learns the identity of two others, but not of the mysterious leader.

October 31, 1971: The Watch-Dog
Season 7, episode 8
W: Gerald Sanford   D: Allen Reisner

With Ivor Barry (Luther Shawn), Stuart Whitman (Damian Howards), Sharon Acker (Kate Waller), Joan Delaney (Lindsey Waller).
A spy is ordered to obtain the plans for the final stage of a U.S. space station.

November 7, 1971: The Game Of Terror
Season 7, episode 9
W: Robert Malcolm Young   D: Ralph Senensky

With Richard Thomas (John Chilton), Jerry Houser (Bryan Welles), Gary Tigerman (George Kingerman), Alex Nicol (Wayne Kingerman).
Prep school students John Chilton and Brian Welles abandon a schoolmate in a mine shaft and collect $25,000 from his father.

November 21, 1971: End Of A Hero
Season 7, episode 10
W: Ed Waters   D: Ralph Senensky

With Ed Nelson (Vince Paquette), Lee Meriwether (Liz Paquette), Kaz Garas (Del Keller), Joseph Hindy (Vic Hines).
The Bureau tracks a pair of daytime jewel robbers who escape by helicopter. Meanwhile, the bandit duo hire a former war hero to pilot a getaway helicopter for a larger future theft.

November 28, 1971: Superstition Rock
Season 7, episode 11
W: Mark Rodgers   D: Seymour Robbie

With Robert Knapp (Lee Amboy), Douglas Henderson (Thurman), Garrison True (George Harris), Craig Guenther (SAC Allen Bennett), Wayne Rogers (Jim Wade), Dana Elcar (Ewing Carter), Colin Male (Dr. Furness), Bard Stevens (Chris), Lou Antonio (Arlen Parent), Marj Dusay (Marilyn Wade), Michael Baseleon (William Blacklion).
Inspector Erskine, investigating the attempted murder of an Indian Affairs representative, learns that he had been on the verge of discovering the person responsible for a series of mine accidents.

December 5, 1971: The Minerva Tapes
Season 7, episode 12
W: Warren Duff   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Alex Gerry (General), Erik Holland (Traub), Walter Brooke (Lucas Vale), Allyn Ann McLerie (Marie Vale), Don Spruance (Victor Teller), Louis Jourdan (Henry Dulac), Donald Harron (George Damien), David Birney (Michael Sander), Lynne Marta (Carol Dulac).
The head of a unit of Communist spies is engaged in a power struggle with his second in command.

December 12, 1971: Bitter Harbor
Season 7, episode 13
W: Robert Heverly, Ron Bishop   D: Virgil Vogel

With Lawrence Montaigne (Arly Carter), Len Wayland (Tully Carlson), Lew Brown (SAC Allen Bennett), Nicholas Colasanto (Jumisino), Than Wyenn (Ernesto Salazar), Fred Beir (Jack Mattis), Robert F. Hoy (Charlie Kale), James Luisi (Little Julio), Renata Vanni (Dora Lacone), Edith Diaz (Mary Lacone), Cameron Mitchell (John Norcross), Joseph Wiseman (Big Julio Lacone).
Agent Tom Colby goes undercover as a fisherman when organized crime moves into a West Coast fisherman's union.

December 19, 1971: The Recruiter
Season 7, episode 14
W: Robert C. Dennis, Mark Weingart   D: Virgil Vogel

With Arthur Franz (Neil Parsons), Dallas Mitchell (Alden Rice), William Sargent (Paul Lyme), Jessica Walter (Gillian Norbury), Barry Russo (Joe Kreska), Jesse Vint (George Shawn), John Lance (Vince LaTorra), Michael Stokey (Bud Browning), K.L. Smith (Popkin), Richard Eastham (Clayton McGregor), William Swan (Glen Powell), Lynette Mettey (Donna), Monte Markham (James Devlin), Patricia Donahue (Vera Beckley).
While the Bureau hunts bank robber James Devlin, the bandit recruits a female employee to help him plan the robbery of a New York department store.

January 2, 1972: The Buyer
Season 7, episode 15
W: Ed Waters   D: Carl Barth

With Tim O'Connor (Maynard Gage), Leon Askin (Arnold Bebenek), Michael Vandever (George Dowd), Mark Dana (Jud Hobey), David Hedison (Lou Forrester), Stefanie Powers (Connie Sherill).
Inspector Erskine impersonates the representative of an international fence to trap a gang that stole a fortune in platinum.

January 9, 1972: A Second Life
Season 7, episode 16
W: Dick Nelson   D: Ralph Senensky

With Martin Sheen (Steve Chandler), Meg Foster (Marcy Brandon), John Sylvester White (Lee Thompson), Zooey Hall (Bruno Reiker).
When syndicate trigger man Steve Chandler bungles his assignment, the FBI and another hired killer are set on his trail.

January 16, 1972: The Break-Up
Season 7, episode 17
W: Ed Waters   D: Virgil Vogel

With Jerry Ayres (Todd Rawson), Donna Mills (Bernice Rawson), Charles Cioffi (Verne Dupre).
A bank bandit wants to go straight, but his wife and a big-time operator persuade him to rob a posh jewelry store while Inspector Erskine picks up the trail.

January 23, 1972: Judas Goat
Season 7, episode 18
W: Robert M. Young   D: Virgil Vogel

With Linden Chiles (Paul Wadsworth), John Davidson (Tory Hughes), Katherine Justice (Liz Carvellis), Richard O'Brien (Keno Donnelly), Ian Sander (Harper Moss).
A rising young singer is forced to become a pawn for a mob loan shark.

January 30, 1972: The Hunters
Season 7, episode 19
W: Mark Rodgers   D: Virgil Vogel

With Richard Kiley (Frederic Scott), Nan Martin (Marie), George Voskovec (George Havelik), Hurd Hatfield (Karole Schumann), Mark Roberts (Ernest Malloy), Robert Mandan (William McGrath), Marian McCargo (Margaret Scott), Sharon Taggart (Karen Scott).
A traitorous American scientist is pursued by both the FBI and members of a Communist spy ring.

February 6, 1972: Arrangement With Terror
Season 7, episode 20
W: Ed Waters   D: Ralph Senensky

With Roger Perry (Jim Laner), Diana Hyland (Pat Laner), Austin Willis (Stuart), Reni Santoni (Eddie Locke), Robert Loggia (Phillip Derrane), Robert Dowdell (Dan Bransfield), Asa Maynor (Kathy Bransfield), Dan Keough (Ron Soletta), C. Lindsay Workman (Ray Straub), Tony Cristino (Frank Rousselot).
Lewis Erskine goes undercover in a brokerage firm to catch a securities thief and uncover a link to organized crime.

February 13, 1972: The Set-Up
Season 7, episode 21
W: Robert Heverly   D: Seymour Robbie

With Sian Barbara Allen (Bridy Nolan), Frank Marth (Bozo Trask), Robert Pine (Doug Waters), Burr DeBenning (George Barrister), Gerald S. O'Loughlin (Larry Kulhane), Jessica Tandy (Adryth Nolan), Don 'Red' Barry (Davy Harrods), Brenda Dickson (Donna).
A wealthy woman's home is invaded by a robbery gang that is holding her granddaughter hostage in another state.

February 20, 1972: The Test
Season 7, episode 22
W: Mark Weingart   D: Michael O'Herlihy

With Robert Foxworth (Paul Hale), John Colicos (Logan), Harold Gould (George Hale), Barbara Babcock (Mary Hale).
When lumber tycoon George Hale is kidnapped by a man who blames him for his own business failure, Inspector Erskine discovers he must instill courage in the magnate's alcoholic son before he can seek the victim's return.

February 27, 1972: The Corruptor
Season 7, episode 23
W: Robert Heverly   D: Virgil Vogel

With Robert Drivas (Dree Foster), Mark Hamill (Royal Shean), George Paulsin (Mickey Nabors), Roy Doyle (Scott Manning), Ed Hall (Bill Wemsley), Cliff McDonald (Special Agent Dan Riss), Mark Travis (Grant Foster), Harry Lauter (Sheriff), Ricky Kelman (George Arbor), Pamela Susan Shoop (Muriel Davies), Robert Gibbons (Julius Packer).
The Bureau tracks Dree Foster, a young man of great charm who recruits three youths to join him on a cross-country crime spree on his way to a mysterious rendezvous.

March 5, 1972: The Deadly Species
Season 7, episode 24
W: Dick Nelson   D: Ralph Senensky

With Penny Fuller (Jean Scott), Tom Skerritt (Bill Leonard), Eddie Quillan (Amos Wick), James Hampton (Red Claybourne), Leif Garrett (Tommy).
An escapee from a women's prison commits a series of robberies to finance her search for her ex-husband and young son, planning to kidnap the boy and leave the country.

March 12, 1972: Dark Journey
Season 7, episode 25
W: Gerald Sanford   D: Philip Abbott

With Claude Akins (Jason Peale), Lindsay Wagner (Laurie Peale), William Schallert (Ed Crawford), Scott Walker (Hank Yorkin), Vic Tayback (Neil Parks), Jeff Pomerantz (Dave Franklyn).
The transportation of stolen property, kidnapping and interstate car theft set Inspector Erskine on the trail of a con man who poses as an "invisible" tycoon to fleece businessmen.

March 19, 1972: Escape To Nowhere
Season 7, episode 26
W: Ed Waters   D: Virgil Vogel

With Joseph V. Perry (Ray Lockhart), John Vernon (Mike Durgom), Lee H. Montgomery (Grady Forrestal), Diana Muldaur (Joan Forrestal), Ron Feinberg (Buckfield).
Inspector Erskine competes with a crime boss to find two escaped convicts. Meanwhile, the pair have taken over the home of a woman and her 10-year-old son until they can finalize plans to escape to Canada.





September 17, 1972: The Runner
Season 8, episode 1
W: Jack Turley   D: Lawrence Dobkin

With David Soul (Clifford Wade), Belinda Montgomery (Margo Bengston), Jim Davis (Ellis Bengston), Lou Frizzell (Coach Everett).
The eighth season begins with the case of a former football star who escapes from federal prison and abducts his college sweetheart, vanishing in the Oregon wilderness.

September 24, 1972: Edge Of Desperation
Season 8, episode 2
W: Mark Weingart   D: Arnold Laven

With Michael Tolan (Alan Graves), Karen Carlson (Dana Evans), Kent Smith (Elwood Hayes), Jacqueline Scott (Joan Graves), Anthony Costello (Lee Payne).
A businessman arranges for his own kidnapping, and uses the ransom money from his wealthy father in-law to start a new life with a younger woman, whom the FBI has been trailing since his disappearance.

October 1, 1972: The Fatal Showdown
Season 8, episode 3
W: Ed Waters   D: Virgil Vogel

With Joseph Campanella (Ken Meade), Edward Mulhare (Otto Strasser), Marlyn Mason (Darcie Hill), Wayne Maunder (Earl Gainey), Kurt Kasznar (Justin Loobit).
Inspector Erskine pursues the mastermind of a notorious gang after the robbery of a valuable statue from a Manhattan art auction.

October 8, 1972: The Franklin Papers
Season 8, episode 4
W: Ben Masselink   D: Virgil Vogel

With Richard Anderson (Dan Wheaton), Daniel J. Travanti (Harry Cando), Jennifer Salt (Lori Cando), William Beckley (Dowd), Dean Harens (Durant).
Inspector Lew Erskine investigates a con game operation, with the brains of the outfit setting out to sell forged documents to a wealthy amateur historian.

October 15, 1972: The Gopher
Season 8, episode 5
W: Calvin Clements   D: Virgil Vogel

With Peter Mark Richman (Johnny Sutton), David Opatoshu (Edgar Robson), Jonathan Lippe (Victor Banniger), Arlene Golonka (Gail Thompson), Reni Santoni (Harry Scheller), Mark Dana (Clayton), Paul Sorenson (Tony Gaeling).
Inspector Erskine raids a loan shark's headquarters, hoping to find a book which will reveal his confidential list of borrowers. The book is not there and a series of double crosses leads to an attempted murder.

October 22, 1972: End Of A Nightmare
Season 8, episode 6
W: Gerald Sanford   D: Earl Bellamy

With Dean Stockwell (Darryl Ryder), Darleen Carr (Mary Jane Owens), Regis Toomey (Calvin Betts), Dianne Hull (Amy Kress), John Fink (Keith Owens).
An young man escapes from the penitentiary and seeks revenge on those involved in the annulment of his marriage.

October 29, 1972: The Engineer
Season 8, episode 7
W: Norman Lessing   D: Philip Abbott

With Ed Nelson (Walter Swenson), Patricia Smith (Molly Swenson), Michael Strong (Miles Currier), Robert Yuro (Vernon Speer), Andrew Parks (Brian Swenson).
An unemployed space engineer puts his talents to use as he tries to tackle the intricacies of breaking into an electronically controlled vault containing gold and platinum.

November 5, 1972: A Game Of Chess
Season 8, episode 8
W: Warren Duff, Mark Weingart   D: Philip Leacock

With Patrick O'Neal (Howard Raymond), David Frankham (Sterling Grant), George Nader (Alex Rydel), Alfred Ryder (Nickolaus Kessler), Charlotte Stewart (Helen Sims).
Inspector Erskine impersonates Dr. Alex Rydel, a blind foreign scientist, in a move to prevent the sale of secret U.S. plans to a foreign power.

November 12, 1972: The Wizard
Season 8, episode 9
W: Robert W. Lenski   D: Walter Grauman

With Ross Martin (George Barrows), Norman Alden (Norman Frome), Marj Dusay (Linda Desmond), Larry Golden (Jerry Vasgom), Robert Hogan (Chuck Borden), Peggy McCay (Mrs. Barrows).
A man embezzles from the bank where he works and uses the money to recruit professional criminals for a $3 million robbery. Inspector Erskine, investigating the embezzlement, follows a clue leading to one of the men he hired.

November 19, 1972: The Loner
Season 8, episode 10
W: Mark Rodgers   D: Virgil Vogel

With Billy Green Bush (John Morgan), Lane Bradbury (Laura Ann Millpark), John Anderson (William Bollen), Les Lannom (Jack Wiley), Richard Roat (Noel McDonald), Thom Carney (Tony), Roy Applegate (Bartender).
After a series of one-man bank holdups, a man returns to his Georgia hometown where he is marked as a victim by a shrewd small-time racketeer who suspects him of having a large bankroll hidden, as well as the plans for a big robbery.

November 26, 1972: Canyon Of No Return
Season 8, episode 11
W: Robert Heverly   D: Virgil Vogel

With Frank Converse (Frank Gregson), Louise Sorel (Linda Gregson), Henry Darrow (Al Lozano), Jack Ging (Fay Keene), Albert Salmi (Clifton Taggett), Mark Allen (Lothar), Herb Armstrong (Carl).
Two fleeing holdup men kidnap a married couple camping on the Rogue River and order them out on the river on a raft, ignoring the dangerous rapids and 100-foot waterfall that lie ahead.

December 3, 1972: Holiday With Terror
Season 8, episode 12
W: Robert M. Young   D: Carl Barth

With Jeff Donnell (Mrs. Craft), Lynne Marta (Jennie Lee Nelson), Christopher Stone (Alex Van Heusen), Patricia Mattick (Karen Collins), June Dayton (Lisa Collins), Mark Miller (Vern Collins), Robert Warner (Frank Comingore), Pepe Callahan (Manager).
A young girl is taken on a holiday by some new friends who, without her knowledge, use a middleman to demand ransom from her wealthy parents.

December 10, 1972: The Jug-Marker
Season 8, episode 13
W: Robert Heverly   D: Virgil Vogel

With Tom Troupe (Murzie), Victor Holchak (Bibbs), Kerry MacLane (Jimmy), William Windom (Elias Devon), Allyn Ann McLerie (Dorothy), Ben Frank (Stark).
A criminal advance man comes into conflict with the gang's paranoid leader, when an attempt is made on his life and the FBI begins investigating one of the gang's bank holdups.

December 17, 1972: The Outcast
Season 8, episode 14
W: Howard Dimsdale   D: Virgil Vogel

With Michael Callan (John Prentiss), Katherine Justice (Ellen Conway), John Larch (Jules Harmon), Alex Rocco (Matt Wilnor).
When a crime boss forbids one of his underlings to marry, the young hoodlum decides to pull a big job on his own and leave the country with his young bride.

December 24, 1972: Dark Christmas
Season 8, episode 15
W: Robert Heverly   D: Virgil Vogel

With Don Gordon (Stuart Tilden), Marianne McAndrew (Marian Ghormley), Eugene Peterson (William Shrack), Tom Pace (Calder), John Lupton (Richard Ghormley), Sondra Locke (Jean Ann Mason).
A professional killer wounds a legitimate businessman while attempting to find his intended victim, who is ultimately held hostage with his wife and children.

January 7, 1973: The Rap Taker
Season 8, episode 16
W: Dick Nelson   D: Virgil Vogel

With Robert Drivas (Junior Morton), Scott Marlowe (Bob Stern), Stephen McNally (Casey Morton), Brooke Bundy (Ann Stern), Milt Kamen (Sammy Tuttle).
To save his son from being tried for assaulting a loan shark victim, a crime boss pays a man $25,000 to take the rap. Complications arise and the FBI begins an investigation when the victim dies as a result of his beating.

January 14, 1973: A Gathering Of Sharks
Season 8, episode 17
W: Mark Weingart   D: Earl Bellamy

With Jill Haworth (Sue Meadows), Quinn Redeker (Dave Robinson), David Hedison (Scott Jordan), Jessica Walter (Carla Payne).
When a famous diamond is stolen from a wealthy home, Inspector Erskine goes undercover to negotiate buying it back and to capture the thief responsible.

January 21, 1973: The Disinherited
Season 8, episode 18
W: Robert Heverly   D: Virgil Vogel

With John McLiam (Jess Harland), Martin Sheen (Neil Harland), Heidi Vaughn (Judy Thorpe), Adriane Rogers (Kathy Lynn), Dan Tobin (Merle Carroll), Jerry Douglas (Rex Lynn).
A paranoid young man sets out to extort money from mining companies as revenge for his father, who was crippled by an injury. Inspector Erskine traces him to Kansas City where he is in the midst of an extortion-murder attempt.

January 28, 1973: Desperate Journey
Season 8, episode 19
W: Calvin Clements   D: Earl Bellamy

With Vic Morrow (John Stahl), Burr DeBenning (Dan Stahl), Priscilla Garcia (Eva), Sandra Smith (Christine).
The airplane carrying Inspector Erskine, Agent Colby and a prisoner crash-lands in a remote wilderness, and the prisoner makes his escape with Erskine the lone pursuer.

February 4, 1973: The Double Play
Season 8, episode 20
W: Ed Waters   D: Seymour Robbie

With Stuart Whitman (Rex Banning), Robert Foxworth (Toby Thompson), Mariette Hartley (Doe Riley), Tim McIntire (Mal Ogden), Erica Hagen (Vanessa Ferelle).
Two confidence men set up a plan to fleece a young record tycoon who is known for his obsession with making a killing at the track.

February 11, 1973: The Wedding Gift
Season 8, episode 21
W: Dick Nelson   D: Arnold Laven

With Penny Fuller (Della Marot), John Ericson (Craig Walden), Dewey Martin (David Kelly), Bill Vint (Eddie Talbert).
A female tavern owner in New Orleans who sets up crimes on the side decides to quit and devote her life to raising her 12-year-old daughter. Inspector Erskine, investigating a bank robbery, gets a lead to the New Orleans bar.

February 25, 1973: The Detonator
Season 8, episode 22
W: Calvin Clements   D: Seymour Robbie

With Richard Jordan (Alex Tanner), Meredith MacRae (Ruth Benson), Tim O'Connor (Albert Dirks), Roger Perry (Will Sanders), Anne Seymour (Mrs. Benson), John Considine (Bob Roberts), Adrienne Marden, John Qualen.
A nightclub manager hires a professional killer to dispose of a prosecutor who once put him behind bars, but the underworld organization orders him to call off the job or be killed himself.

March 4, 1973: Sweet Evil
Season 8, episode 23
W: Mark Weingart   D: Philip Leacock

With Melissa Murphy (Cass Linden), Jo Ann Harris (Mary Ann Linden), Andrew Prine (Beau Parker), Michael Baseleon (Harper Jay), Robert H. Harris (Nick Dunbar), Dabbs Greer (Kelsey Waller), Helen Kleeb (Rose DeBoise).
Inspector Erskine investigates a holdup team of two women and a man as they plan new jobs after a successful string of small-town robberies.

March 11, 1973: Memory Of A Legend
Season 8, episode 24
W: Calvin Clements   D: Seymour Robbie

With Pat Hingle (Gus Benderson), Geoffrey Deuel (Bob Benderson), Brett Somers (Mary Benserson), Gwynne Gilford (Vera Benderson), Lawrence Dane (Lorne Staley), Joshua Bryant (Carney).
A retired small-time crook visits his married son and is saddened to learn that the boy has patterned his life after his own. Seeing an amateurish plan for a robbery, the man agrees to join his son for one last job.

March 25, 1973: Night Of The Long Knives
Season 8, episode 25
W: Robert Heverly   D: Robert Douglas

With Alex Cord (Edward Haynes), Frank DeKova (Arnold Faber), Ayn Ruymen (Lorrie), Cal Bellini (Jerry Sessions), Edward Colmans (Counselor), Carmen Argenziano (Ligot).
Four young criminal organization members plan to take over by assasinating the boss and his two main captains. Inspector Erskine, receiving a tip of what is about to take place, goes undercover as a caterer to investigate the mob.

April 1, 1973: The Loper Gambit
Season 8, episode 26
W: Robert M. Young   D: Philip Abbott

With Tom Lowell (Kirk Ticerman), Robert F. Lyons (Ronald Loper), Leslie Charleson (Ginny Wyatt), Elliott Street (Elgin Ring), Dallas Mitchell (Lee Burroughs).
A brilliant, bitter young man enlists the aid of his girlfriend and a lifelong friend to kidnap the son of a wealthy rancher.





September 16, 1973: The Big Job
Season 9, episode 1
W: Robert M. Young   D: Don Medford

With Richard Anderson (Paul Higgins), Charles Knox Robinson (Bartlett), Mark Gordon (Gabe Williman), Marj Dusay (Mrs. Higgins), Paul Fix (G.G. Farrell), Hank Stohl (Executive), Laird Stuart (Kurt), Tim Herbert (Lerner).
The ninth season kicks off as the FBI must rely on computers to turn up suspects in the skillfully planned multi-million dollar robbery of an armored car firm by three men.

September 30, 1973: The Confession
Season 9, episode 2
W: Jack Turley   D: Don Medford

With Nancy Wilson (Darlene Clark), Hal Linden (Abel Norton), Lorraine Gary (Angela Norton), Lynne Moody (Linda Clark), Phillip Wright (Billy), Frank Bonner (Johnson), Tom Selleck (Steve).
The manager of an egocentric, tyrannical singer kidnaps her 18-year-old daughter and asks for a very special ransom -- that she reveal a crime she committed many years before, on national television.

October 7, 1973: Break-In
Season 9, episode 3
W: Norman Lessing   D: Marc Daniels

With Lou Frizzell (Barney Hoyle), Jackie Cooper (Harland Slade), Don Stroud (Bud Munsey), Charles Cyphers (Charlie), Nancy Malone (Ella Munsey).
A convict who was broken out of prison by members of his family is asked to mastermind a multi-million-dollar bank robbery in Arizona.

October 14, 1973: The Payoff
Season 9, episode 4
W: Calvin Clements   D: Virgil Vogel

With Joseph Wiseman (Guilford), Jacqueline Scott (Patricia), Paul Richards (Burt Powers), Earl Holliman (Frank Rodman), Ed Gilbert (Latham), Dave Morick (Beckman), Gene Dynarski (Brown).
A dock worker witnesses the shooting of an immigration investigator by mobsters, and takes a bribe from a mob fixer to leave town.

October 21, 1973: The Exchange
Season 9, episode 5
W: Robert C. Dennis   D: Marc Daniels

With Antoinette Bower (Ada Benson), Scott Marlowe (Ray Curtis), Ron Randell (Ed Benson), Francis DeSales (Dr. Layton), Barbara Colby (Marti), Harry Hickox (Jamieson), Jesse Vint (Murph).
Inspector Erskine poses as the head cashier at a race track that has been robbed of a quarter of a million dollars, in an attempt to trap the bandits.

October 28, 1973: Tower Of Terror
Season 9, episode 6
W: Jackson Gillis   D: Don Medford

With Scott Walker (Morrie Prager), Richard O'Brien (Captain Jenkins), Mario Roccuzzo (Michael Staley), Victor French (Vince Riles), Ann Driscoll (Mrs. Staley), Bobbi Jordan (Irene Morton).
A man notifies the FBI that a powerful bomb he planted in an office building will be detonated, unless his partner is released from prison within 31 hours.

November 4, 1973: Fatal Reunion
Season 9, episode 7
W: Mark Rodgers   D: William Wiard

With Susan Oliver (Margaret), Hari Rhodes (John Ormond), Ed Nelson (Robert Hamilton), Dana Elcar (Waverly), Alfred Ryder (Urban), Michael Bell (Parent), Charles Lampkin (Hargroves), Michael Heit (Jeffrey).
The mastermind of a $400,000 robbery in bearer bonds returns to his hometown to be reunited with his college sweetheart and relive the scene of his local triumphs.

November 18, 1973: Rules Of The Game
Season 9, episode 8
W: Ed Waters   D: Don Medford

With John Marley (Tully), Jaime Lyn Bauer (June), Ninette Bravo (Cara), Joe E. Tata (Elliott), Paul Stewart (Reese), Naomi Stevens (Mrs. Ladera), Jerry Douglas (Agent Munger), Anthony Zerbe (Brimmer), Paul Cavonis (Steve).
A young man flees after an unsuccessful attempt to assassinate a federal witness about to give evidence against his father, an organization figure.

November 25, 1973: Fool's Gold
Season 9, episode 9
W: Robert W. Lenski   D: William Wiard

With Leslie Nielsen (Hudson), Susanne Benton (Molly), Lou Antonio (Parrish), Stephen Young (Brice).
A man, pursued by Inspector Erskine following the theft of a valuable religious cross, loses possession of the stolen item to an ex-convict.

December 9, 1973: The Killing Truth
Season 9, episode 10
W: Irv Pearlberg   D: Lawrence Dobkin

With Lloyd Nolan (Judge Harper), Jack Bender (Joe), Tim O'Connor (Taylor), Anna Lee (Susan Harper), Audrey Landers (Janine Winchell).
Inspector Erskine investigates an unsuccessful assassination attempt on a judge by a man out to avenge the unjust imprisonment of his father 15 years before.

December 16, 1973: The Bought Jury
Season 9, episode 11
W: Barry Oringer   D: Alexander Singer

With Frank DeKova (Mario Dracus), Joel Fabiani (Alex Felton), Frank Campanella (Al Delgado), Mark Allen (Barry Ryan), William Elliott (George Watson), Hank Brandt (Rod Selwyn), Robert Gentry (Leo Miles), Paul Kent (Hennings), Barbara Baldavin (Nora Selwyn), Carmen Zapata (Leila Dracus).
The trial of an organized crime figure results in a hung jury, and the FBI learns that the organization saw to it that two jurors were threatened.

December 30, 1973: Ransom
Season 9, episode 12
W: Ed Waters   D: Earl Bellamy

With Jo Ann Harris (Tish Lemaire), Anne Francis (Ann Lemaire), Zalman King (Bernie Voyt), Michael Conrad (Danvers), Jerry Houser (Cliff Tetlow).
A kidnapped college student suggests to her abductors that they raise their ransom demands, so that she can get even with her wealthy stepmother.

January 6, 1974: A Piece Of The Action
Season 9, episode 13
W: Mark Rodgers   D: Don Medford

With Charles Cioffi (Vic Lamport), George DiCenzo (Dave Lamport), Anthony Eisley (S.A.C. Chet Randolph), Jerry Gatlin (Angell), Val Avery (Max Horton), Patrick Wright (Allerton), Hal Burton (Kreddis), Joan Hotchkis (Nancy), Kelly Thordsen (Oldham), Bob Vanselow (Starnes).
Vic Lamport, owner of a trucking company, reluctantly consents to his brother Dave's plan to work with organized crime to eliminate competition by hijacking.

January 27, 1974: Selkirk's War
Season 9, episode 14
W: S.S. Schweitzer   D: Walter Grauman

With Peter Haskell (Edward Selkirk), Richard Jaeckel (James Devlin), Lawrence Dobkin (Horrigan), George Murdock (Dirken), Roger Robinson (Floyd Carter).
An ex-Army officer engineers the escape of two prisoners from an Army stockade to help him with military-style assualts on a bank and an Army payroll convoy.

February 3, 1974: The Betrayal
Season 9, episode 15
W: S.S. Schweitzer   D: William Wiard

With Michael Tolan (Frankie Geller), Emile Meyer (Iron Mike), James Olson (Carl Stovich), Suzann Arnold (Valerie), Alan Oppenheimer (Gordon Frisch), Robert Quarry (Price).
After breaking out of prison, a man demands money that the organization owes him, but the mob has a deadlier payoff in mind.

February 17, 1974: The Animal
Season 9, episode 16
W: Calvin Clements   D: Walter Grauman

With Meg Foster (Paula Taylor), Gary Lockwood (Ben Sillman), Roger Perry (Steven Lathan), Peter Mark Richman (William Braden), Charles Bronson (Earl Clayton), Tim McIntire (Hayes), Mimsy Farmer (Jody).
An emotionally unstable enforcer for the mob escapes from a Tucson courthouse after wounding two federal marshals and attempts to flee the country.

February 24, 1974: The Twenty Million Dollar Hit
Season 9, episode 17
W: Calvin Clements   D: Robert Douglas

With Henry Silva (Stan Chasen), Burr DeBenning (Bishop), Sharon Farrell (Lee Thomas), Jack Ging (Selwyn), Khigh Dhiegh (Chong), Norman Alden (Worth), Belinda Balaski (Sue), Lee De Broux (Nevins), Randall Carver (Don), Jana Bellan (Ruth).
A plot to steal a fortune in travelers checks leads to an airplane hijacking and a double-cross.

March 10, 1974: Diamond Run
Season 9, episode 18
W: Arthur Weingarten   D: Michael Caffey

With Elizabeth Ashley (Claire Wolf), Laurence Luckinbill (James Danzer), Arch Johnson (Arnie Cane), John Considine (Winston), Fred Holliday (Agent Davis), Stack Pierce (Hillie Breslin), James Gammon (Cauldwell), Eric Braeden (Gustave Becker), Grayce Spence (Marion), Leo Gordon (Drunk Driver).
A thief robs a diamond company in Amsterdam and then arrives in the United States pursued by both the FBI and a deadly mercenary employed by the Dutch company.

March 17, 1974: Deadly Ambition
Season 9, episode 19
W: Robert W. Lenski   D: Don Medford

With Harvey Keitel (Ernie Cahn), Don Gordon (Sid Alpert), Robert Hooks (Ted Wilcox), Jo Jo Malone (Beverly Holmes), William Hansen (Harry Cahn), Vincent Beck (Fisher), Claudia Jennings (Judith Grinnell), Mike Kopcha (Durst), Vince Martorano (Sykes).
A criminal is marked for death by underworld leaders after he becomes a suspect in an armored car robbery.

March 24, 1974: The Lost Man
Season 9, episode 20
W: Judy Burns   D: William Wiard

With Robert Foxworth (Greg Davidson), Don Porter (Mason Hammond), Jean Gillespie (Betty Hammond), Reid Cruickshanks (McKenzie), Allyn Ann McLerie (Helen Porter), Bill Williams (Crawford), Annette O'Toole (Brenda Porter), Jan Merlin (Colfax), John Carter (Porter).
An escaped convict, a former newspaperman who was involved in a blackmailing scheme, abducts his former partner who has gambled away all of their money.

April 7, 1974: The Vendetta
Season 9, episode 21
W: Richard Landau   D: Virgil Vogel

With Julie Gregg (Sandra), John Lupton (Thaler), Gary Clarke, Jon Cypher (Belson), Dabney Coleman (Barnes).
A fugitive mob leader leaves his hideout in Haiti to avenge his brother's death -- and regain control of a syndicate branch -- but what he doesn't know is that it has all been set up by rival mobsters to eliminate him.

April 14, 1974: Confessions Of A Madman
Season 9, episode 22
W: Richard Landau   D: Philip Abbott

With Elliott Street (Darsie Neal), Mary Frann (Pat Driscoll), Christine Dixon, Jodean Russo, Lynne Marie Stewart.
After fatal attacks on two university coeds have occurred, Inspector Lewis Erskine is called in to investigate the attempted murder of a third girl.

April 28, 1974: Survival
Season 9, episode 23
W: Irv Pearlberg   D: Seymour Robbie

With John Lupton (Thaler), Jon Cypher (Belson), Gary Clarke, Julie Gregg (Sandra), Dabney Coleman (Barnes).
Inspector Erskine must cope with an escape-minded prisoner, a mysterious woman and the rugged Arizona wilderness while attempting to get a seriiously wounded man to a doctor.


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