CTVA US Adventure - "Route 66" (Screen Gems/CBS) Season 3 (1962-63)

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Season 3 (CBS) (1962-63)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  James Beer
references:
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 CBS Fridays 8:30-9:30pm Eastern (31 episodes)
Executive Producer Herbert B. Leonard / Produced by Mort Abrahams (early to mid-season 3) 
Starring: Martin Milner (as Tod Stiles) & George Maharis (as Buz Murdock)

3.1 [63] Route 66: ONE TIGER TO A HILL
Filming Location: Astoria, Oregon
21-Sep-1962 CBS Fri
Written by Stirling Silliphant
Directed by David Lowell Rich
Guest Cast:
David Janssen ......... Karno
Signe Hasso ........... Hanna Gustafson
Laura Devon ........... Toika Tustafson
Selette Cole .......... Lois
Synopsis:
While working on salmon fishing boat in Oregon,Tod and Buz confront a fisherman named Karno, who is jealous because
Tod is showing in interest in Toika, their employer's daughter. Karno then gets into a fight with Tod on the pier,
then Buz gets into a confrontation with Karno,too, which led a memorable quote from this episode, "I don't know what's
buggin' him, but I know what's buggin' me, it's him!" [JB]

3.2 [64] Route 66: JOURNEY TO NINEVEH
Filming Location: Harleyville (state?)
28-Sep-1962 CBS Fri
Written by William R. Cox
Directed by David Lowell Rich
Guest Cast:
Buster Keaton ......... Jonah Butler
Joe E. Brown .......... Sam Butler
Gene Raymond .......... Constable
Jenny Maxwel .......... Susie
John Astin ............ Gas Station Attendant
John Davis Chandler ... Frank
Synopsis:
A pathetically forlorn elderly gentleman named Jonah Butler, encounters travelers Tod Stiles and Buz Murdock on a
country road leading to his home town, Gladstone, CA, a meeting that sets off a chain of amusing misadventures for
Tod and Buz. [JB]

3.3 [65] Route 66: MAN OUT OF TIME
Filming Location: Chicago, Illinois
05-Oct-1962 CBS Fri
Written by Larry Marcus
Directed by David Lowell Rich
Guest Cast:
Luther Adler .......... Harry Wender
Frank McHugh .......... Sandy Leeds
Glenda Farrell ........ Lavern
Bruce Gordon .......... Jake the Hook
Synopsis:
Tod and Buz are working as taxi cab drivers in Chicago as an old gangster named Harry Wender steps into the path of a
freight truck. Tod saves Wender from being killed, but the ex-gangster believes someone is out there to get him. [JB]

3.4 [66] Route 66: EVER RIDE THE WAVES IN OKLAHOMA?
Filming Location: Huntington Beach, California
12-Oct-1962 CBS Fri
Written by Stirling Silliphant
Directed by Robert Gist
Guest Cast:
Jeremy Slate .......... Hob Harrell
Romney Tree ........... Debbie
Bruce Watson .......... Jimmy
Dolores Michaels ...... Meredith
Tony De Mario ......... Waiter
Synopsis:
Buz goads a surfer named Hob Harnell into a surfing competition known as “shooting the pier” after another surfer named
Jimmy Mills was killed earlier in an accident there in Huntington Beach, where Tod and Buz are staying. [JB]

3.5 [67] Route 66: VOICE AT THE END OF THE LINE
Filming Location: Chicago, Illinois
19-Oct-1962 CBS Fri
Written by Larry Marcus
Directed by David Lowell Rich
Guest Cast:
Sorrell Booke ......... Sam Frazier
Frank Campanella ...... Jack
Mike Dana ............. Charlie
Synopsis:
Working as a stock clerk in Chicago, Buz unwittingly helps play a cruel practical joke on another clerk named Sam.
For two years, Sam has been conducting a telephone courtship with a girl he has never met, and now his fellow workers
expose him to ridicule---by broadcasting their conversation over a loudspeaker. [JB]

3.6 [68] Route 66: LIZARD'S LEG AND OWLET'S WING
Filming Location: Chicago and O'Hare Inn, Illinois
26-Oct-1962 CBS Fri
Written by Stirling Silliphant
Directed by Robert Gist
Guest Cast:
Boris Karloff ......... as himself
Lon Chaney, Jr. ....... as himself
Peter Lorre ........... as himself
Martita Hunt .......... Mrs. Baxter
Conrad Nagel .......... Pavis
Sally Gracie .......... Beth
Bill Berger ........... Stevenson
Betsy Jones-Moreland .. Lila
Synopsis:
While working as convention co-ordinators at The O’Hare Inn in Chicago during a secretaries’ convention, Tod and Buz run
into three horror-movie legends who happened to be in town making plans for a TV series. [JB]

3.7 [69] Route 66: ACROSS WALNUTS AND WINE
Filming Location: Oregon City, Oregon
02-Nov-1962 CBS Fri
Written by Stirling Silliphant
Directed by Herbert B. Leonard
Guest Cast:
Nina Foch ............. Autmn Ely
Betty Field ........... Maggie Carter
James Dunn ............ Van Carter
Sindee Anne Richards ... Corinne Carter
Robert Walker, Jr. .... Michael Ely
Dick Thies ............ Waldo
Synopsis:
Buz and Tod come to Maggie Ely’s house in Oregon City, OR where they are boarding there while working as lumber mill workers.
Maggie’s sister Autumn, a teacher in Milwaukee arrives there, and tensions build between family members, including Maggie
and Autumn’s nephew, who’s threatening to evict the family when he turns twenty-one, and is being pursued by the five Kranz
brothers for messing around with their sister. [JB]

3.8 [70] Route 66: WELCOME TO WEDDING
Filming Location: Cleveland, Ohio
09-Nov-1962 CBS Fri
Written by Howard Rodman
Directed by George Sherman
Guest Cast:
Rod Steiger ........... Justin Lezama
Edward Asner .......... Lincoln Peers
David Clarke .......... Stanley
Barbara Davis ......... Emily
Lorraine Rogers ....... Pretty Girl
Brandon Maggert ....... Groom
Synopsis:
Tod and Buz arrive in Cleveland to attend a wedding, but when Tod goes to pick up the Maid of Honor, he is taken
hostage by an escaped killer in a bid for his freedom. [JB]

3.9 [71] Route 66: EVERY FATHER'S DAUGHTER MUST WEAVE HER OWN
Filming Location: Cleveland, Ohio
16-Nov-1962 CBS Fri
Written by Anthony Lawrence, Richard L. Bare
Directed by Richard L.Bare
Guest Cast:
Jack Kruschen ......... John Rados
Madlyn Rhue ........... Ara Rados
Robert Drivas ......... Nick Rados
Synopsis:
Tod and Buz go to work for a highway construction foreman named John Rados, who has two grown children. Nick and Ara.
The elder Rados wants T & B to take Ara out and show her a good time, despite the fact that he broke up a relationship
between Ara and her boyfriend. Nick is resentful of both his sister and their father, and when he sees Buz dancing with Ara,
he confronts Buz and tells him that Ara is dying of the same disease that claimed their mother's life many years earlier. [JB]

3.10 [72] Route 66: POOR LITTLE KANGAROO RAT
Filming Location: California
23-Nov-1962 CBS Fri
Written by Les Pine
Directed by Walter Grauman
Guest Cast:
Leslie Nielsen ........ Doc Duncan
Joanne Linville ....... Helen Duncan
Maggie Pierce ......... Liz
Ron Howard ............ Chet
Synopsis:
Tod and Buz become involved in a conflict between a research scientist and his wife when they tackle the tough
assignment of catching sharks for research on the origins of cholesterol. [JB]

3.11 [73] Route 66: HEY MOTH, COME EAT THE FLAME
Filming Location: St. Louis, Missouri
30-Nov-1962 CBS Fri
Written by Stirling Silliphant
Directed by Jack Smight
Guest Cast:
Harry Guardino ........ Muddy Mullins
Mickey Sholdar ........ Arnie Mullins
Mike Kellin ........... Art Hannibal
Jennifer Billingsley ... Janie
Synopsis:
While staying at a boarding house while holding down jobs in a quarry in St.Louis, Tod and Buz come to the aid of
Muddy Mullins, an alcoholic and his son, Arnie, who has trouble showing affection for his father. Muddy has been
enlisted by a top mobster named Hannibal to drive the getaway car in a holdup robbery at a factory, but has decided
to back out of it. [JB]

3.12 [74] Route 66: ONLY BY CUNNING GLIMPSES
Filming Location: Cleveland, Ohio
07-Dec-1962 CBS Fri
Written by Stirling Silliphant
Directed by Tom Gries
Guest Cast:
Theodore Bikel ........ Dr. Anton Koseloff
Lois Smith ............ Brycie Koseloff
Dan Frazer ............ Drunk
Lu Leonard ............ Mme. Thornton
George L. Smith ....... Lt. Cory
Synopsis:
Spritualist Brycie Koseloff's dire predictions about Tod's future in Cleveland convinces him that he'd better leave
town, because one of Koseloff's predictions has Tod killing Buz. [JB]

3.13 [75] Route 66: WHERE IS CHICK LORIMER, WHERE HAS SHE GONE?
Filming Location: St. Charles, Missouri
14-Dec-1962 CBS Fri
Written by Larry Marcus
Directed by George Sherman
Guest Cast:
Vera Miles ............ Ellen Barnes
Martha Scott .......... Ruth O'Brien
Frank Overton ......... Peter Graham
Robert Emhardt ........ Jackson Harris
Brenda Scott .......... Jeannie
Synopsis:
Ellen Barnes, an ex-singer who's now a stripper, has returned to her hometown of St. Charles, MO to attend the wedding
of her niece and her husband. Ellen begs Tod to help her escape from an Oklahoma City bail bondsman because she's
wanted on a bail jumping charge back there. [JB]

3.14 [76] Route 66: GIVE THE OLD CAT A TENDER MOUSE
Filming Location: Memphis, Tennessee
21-Dec-1962 CBS Fri
Written by Stirling Silliphant
Directed by Tom Gries
Guest Cast:
Julie Newmar .......... Vicki Russell
Robert Webber ......... Frank Bridenbaugh
Louis Crisuolo ........ Pogo Popkin
Natalie Schafer ....... Emily Bridenbaugh
Murray Matheson ....... John Bridenbaugh
Dick Sabol ............ Policeman
Synopsis:
Driving into Memphis, Tod thinks he recognizes a girl on a motorcycle who is being trailed closely by a truck.
He tries to catch up to her, but a policeman changes his mind---he stops Tod for speeding. [JB]

3.15 [77] Route 66: A BUNCH OF LONELY PAGLIACCIS
Filming Location: Hernando, Mississippi
04-Jan-1963 CBS Fri
Written by Stirling Silliphant
Directed by Tom Gries
Guest Cast:
Barry Sullivan ........ Warren Barr
Vivian Blaine ......... Dixie Martin
Warren Stevens ........ Leslie Stone
Mary Munday ........... Cora Parkes
Laura Devon ........... Beth
James Leo Herlihy ..... Jimmy Russell
Carol Jean Peters ..... Marion
Allen Bates ........... Gus
Synopsis:
Tod goes to work for a world novelist named Warren Barr when he learns of a shocking family tragedy, his daughter
shoots her husband dead when she finds him with another woman. [JB]

3.16 [78] Route 66: YOU CAN'T PICK COTTON IN TAHITI
Filming Location: Lake Chisholm, Tennessee
11-Jan-1963 CBS Fri
Written by Shimon Wincelberg
Directed by Robert Ellis Miller
Guest Cast:
Richard Basehart ...... Julian Roebuck
Jena Engstrom ......... Elva Dupree
William Bramlette ..... Skeeter
Richard Shannon ....... Mr. Dupree
Adrienne Marden ....... Mrs. Dupree
Synopsis:
While working in a Tennesee cotton town, Tod runs into Julian Roebuck, a rather unusual character. Julian---dressed
like a bridegroom---arrived aboard the Memphis-bound bus, decided to stay awhile, and then began recording local
folk songs, and wooing a fairly young mountain girl. [JB]

3.17 [79] Route 66: A GIFT FOR A WARRIOR
Filming Location: Chula Vista and San Diego, California
18-Jan-1963 CBS Fri
Teleplay by Larry Marcus; Story by Harlan Ellison
Directed by David Lowell Rich
Guest Cast:
James Whitmore ........ Ralph Vincent
Lars Passgard ......... Eric
Carolyn Kearney ....... Norma Vincent
Don Diamond .......... Manuel
Synopsis:
A young German stowaway named Eric escapes from a freighter ship in a San Diego harbor, then hitches a ride with Tod
and Buz, who are laborers working alongside with migrants at the farm of Ralph Vincent, an ex-GI. Eric arrives there
with one thing on mind---to kill his father, Ralph, who had deserted his young German lover during World War Two. [JB]
*The last episode to feature George Maharis as Buz Murdock. 

3.18 [80] Route 66: SUPPOSE I SAID I WAS THE QUEEN OF SPAIN
Filming Location: Los Angeles, California
08-Feb-1963 CBS Fri
Written by Stirling Silliphant
Directed by David Lowell Rich
Guest Cast:
Lois Nettleton ........ Diane
Robert Duvall ......... Lee Winters
Philip Abbott ......... Lt. Cook
Harvey Korman ......... Mr. Mills
Frederic Downs ........ Rev. Brenton
CeCe Whitney .......... Ethel
Jerry Hausner ......... Auctioneer
Suzanne Ried .......... Cashier
Dale Johnson .......... Maitre d'
Synopsis:
An attractive young woman follows Tod around until the two meet, but she refuses to give her name. Tod calls her Isabel
and soon, romance ensues between the two. As a result, Tod finds his credit card missing as he learns that she has made
purchases over $9000 with the card. Tod then finds her working at a gospel mission for the homeless and accuses her of
stealing his credit card, but she now goes by the name of Susan Ames. She returns her purchases to the credit card company,
much to the relief of Tod, who finds her later as a student at UCLA, where she rehearses a play that she wrote. [JB]

3.19 [81] Route 66: SOMEHOW IT GETS TO BE TOMORROW
Filming Location: Corpus Christi, Texas
15-Feb-1963 CBS Fri
Written by Stirling Silliphant
Directed by David Lowell Rich
Guest Cast:
Martin Balsam ......... Corelli
Roger Mobley .......... Joby
Leslye Hunter ......... Susie
Synopsis:
A thirteen-year old orphan boy named Joby Paxton, steals the money from the young men’s tennis association, then leaps
into Tod’s Corvette to escape his pursuers. Tod learns that Joby has run away from his foster parents’ home The Conwells
where his sister Susie is staying. Joby is determined to get Susie out of there and find another place where somebody can
love them as much as their deceased parents. [JB]

3.20 [82] Route 66: SHALL FORFEIT HIS DOG AND TEN SHILLINGS TO THE KING
Filming Location: Apache Junction, Arizona
22-Feb-1963 CBS Fri
Written by Stirling Silliphant
Directed by Tom Gries
Guest Cast:
Steve Cochran ......... Hank Saxon
Kathleen Crowley ...... Diana Kirk
John Anderson ......... Gen. Scranton
James Brown ........... Sheriff Haskell
Med Flory ............. Terry
L.Q. Jones ............ Babe
Gary Cockrell ......... Landers
Barbara Shelley ....... Jeannie
Synopsis:
While working in Apache Junction, AZ, Tod is a helpless witness to a brutal double murder committed by two robbers.
The victims were both his friends, and when is a posse is formed to hunt down the killers, Tod joins up. [JB]

3.21 [83] Route 66: IN THE CLOSING OF A TRUNK
Filming Location: Corpus Christi, Texas
08-Mar-1963 CBS Fri
Written by Stirling Silliphant
Directed by Ralph Senensky
Guest Cast:
Ruth Roman ............ Alma Hawkes
Ed Begley ............. Kyle Hawkee
Don Dubbins ........... Mattie
Guy Raymond ........... Arty
Synopsis:
After 27 years, Alma Hawkes has come back to a little Gulf Coast fishing town to find her son, just a baby when she left him.
The villagers are a little upset about Alma’s return---she spent those 27 years in prison for murdering his father. [JB]

3.22 [84] Route 66: THE CAGE AROUND MARIA
Filming Location: Houston, Texas
15-Mar-1963 CBS Fri
Written by Jesse Sandler
Directed by George Sherman
Guest Cast:
Elizabeth Ashley ...... Maria
Mario Alcaide ......... Juan
Beatrice Straight ..... Elena
Peter Brocco .......... Dr. Burton
Charles Brown ......... Policeman
Moultrie Patten ....... Attorney
John Goyen ............ Desk Sergeant
Synopsis:
While working at a zoo in Houston, Tod witnesses a young woman named Maria, who is found down in a bear pit, as that
hulking creature threatens to do harm to her. Tod and others come to Maria's rescue, but he is soon drawn into a world
of inner turmoil involving her mother and stepfather. [JB]

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Starring: Martin Milner (as Tod Stiles) & Glenn Corbett (as Linc Case)
Glenn Corbett replaced George Maharis from episode 85 "Fifty Miles From Home"
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3.23 [85] Route 66: FIFTY MILES FROM HOME
Filming Location: Houston, Texas
22-Mar-1963 CBS Fri
Written by Stirling Silliphant
Directed by James Sheldon
Guest Cast:
Susan Oliver .......... Willow
Berkeley Harris ....... Robbie
Robert Emhardt ........ Beale
Linda Watkins ......... Mrs. Case
Synopsis:
Lincoln Case, a U.S. Army Ranger, returns to his hometown, where he is being followed around by a young lady named Willow.
He is then goaded into a fight with a group of basketball players, where he maims one of them for life, and that upsets
Tod, who challenges Linc to a fight at his hometown college's auditorium. A friendship is soon formed between the two,
and Linc is reunited with his mother, but he is not on speaking terms with his father. Tod and Linc soon take off along
with Willow, who has to take a train trip to San Franscisco. [JB]
* Introduction of Glenn Corbett as Lincoln Case.

3.24 [86] Route 66: NARCISSUS ON AN OLD RED FIRE ENGINE
Filming Location: Galveston, Texas
29-Mar-1963 CBS Fri
Written by Joel Carpenter
Directed by Ralph Senensky
Guest Cast:
Anne Helm ............. Janie
Alan Hale, Jr. ........ Mr. Nickerson
Phyllis Hill .......... Mrs. Nickerson
Pat Renella ........... Paul
Warren Kemmerling ..... Police Chief
James O'Hara .......... Bill Caldwell
Synopsis:
While in a Galveston bar, Linc meets a free-thinking, free-spirit named Janie, who slips him a mickey, which is a
spiked beer, and he is soon knocked out. Soon, a romance would blossom between the two, despite objections from
the local police chief, who's also friends with the girl's parents. Besides, Janie is already engaged to a guy named Bill. [JB]

3.25 [87] Route 66: THE CRUELEST SEA OF ALL
Filming Location: Weeki-Wachee and Crystal River, Florida & Port Paradise Hotel in Crystal River.
05-Apr-1963 CBS Fri
Written by Stirling Silliphant
Directed by James Sheldon
Guest Cast:
Diane Baker ........... Elissa
Edward Binns .......... Donald McTaggart
Paula Stewart ......... Anne Bradley
Jack Stamberger ....... Paul Stace
Synopsis:
Things go swimmingly for Tod as maintenance man for an all-girl underwater ballet at Weeki Wachi, FL---until
a "mermaid" named Elissa takes a fancy to him. [JB]

3.26 [88] Route 66: PEACE, PITY, PARDON
Filming Location: Tampa, Florida
12-Apr-1963 CBS Fri
Written by Stirling Silliphant
Directed by Robert Ellis Miller
Guest Cast:
Alejandro Rey ......... Quiepo
Victor Gabriel Junquera .... Ramos
Michael Tolan ......... Largo
Synopsis:
While boarding with jai-alai players in Tampa, a Cuban patriot named Quiepo Valera asks Tod and Linc to
bring him to meet his brother, an aide to Castro named Largo, even though their brother, Ramos warns Quiepo
that it is a trap that would result in violence. [JB]

3.27 [89] Route 66: WHAT A SHINING YOUNG MAN WAS OUR GALLANT LIEUTENANT
Filming Location: Tampa, Florida
26-Apr-1963 CBS Fri
Written by Howard Rodman
Directed by James Goldstone
Guest Cast:
Dick York ............. Lt. School
Jane Rose ............. Mrs. School
John Litel ............ Mr. School
Dianne Ramey .......... Beth
James Brown ........... Brother
James Olson ........... Brother
Synopsis:
On impulse, Tod and Linc leave Tampa, FL, to visit Linc's idol, an officer he once knew in Vietnam. [JB]
(Synd. Rerun Sat 21Sep 68 KMSP-9 Minneapolis-St.Paul, MN 5:30 p.m. CDT)

3.28 [90] Route 66: BUT WHAT DO YOU DO IN MARCH?
Filming Location: St. Petersburg, Florida
03-May-1963 CBS Fri
Written by Stirling Silliphant
Directed by Robert Ellis Miller
Guest Cast:
Susan Kohner .......... Midge
Janice Rule ........... Sidney Brooks
Kay Medford ........... Woman
Paul Reed ............. Husband
Sammy Shore ........... Bx
Guy Lombardo .......... as himself
Carmen Lombardo ....... as himself
Synopsis:
In Tampa, Tod and Linc become romantically involved in different ways with a couple of female competitors in speed boating.
Tod and Linc literally wound up competing against each other in a speed boat race sponsored by Guy Lombardo. [JB]

3.29 [91] Route 66: WHO WILL CHEER MY BONNIE BRIDE?
Filming Location: Cape Coral, Florida
10-May-1963 CBS Fri  (Rerun 16Aug 63 CBS)
Written by Shimon Wincelberg
Directed by James Goldstone
Guest Cast:
Albert Salmi .......... Alvah
Rip Torn .............. Charley
Chris Gempel .......... Sheriff Lemoine
Dan Morgan ............ Bellhop
Dick Thies ............ Officer Keefer
Synopsis:
The boys' car breaks down South, and Linc hitches a ride with two jovial chaps. But the pair don't seem so chummy
after they hold up a motel and force Linc to drive the getaway car. [JB]

3.30 [92] Route 66: SHADOWS OF AN AFTERNOON
Filming Location: Cape Coral, Florida
17-May-1963 CBS Fri
Written by Leonard Freeman and Alvin Sargent & Eric Scott
Directed by James Sheldon
Guest Cast:
Miriam Hopkins ........ Mrs. Bowers
Ralph Meeker .......... Parker Smith
Kathryn Hays .......... Judy
Richard Hamilton ...... Walt Miller
Nyda Westman .......... Mrs. LeMay
Dorothy Sands ......... Mrs. Malcomb
Chriff Hall ........... Judge
Roy Fant .............. Mr. Bell
Synopsis:
Tod and Linc rent a house cheaply where they agree to look after the garden and a dog named Billie Jo. While Tod goes out
to have fun in the sun, Linc tends to gardening and finds the dog coming to him wounded from an encounter with a cat in
the neighborhood. Linc is then arrested, jailed, and charged with cruelty to the injured animal after being accused an
elderly female neighbor who swore that she saw him commiting the act against the canine with a pair of pruning shears. [JB]

3.31 [93] Route 66: SODA POP AND PAPER FLAGS
Filming Location: Florida (to be verified)
24-May-1963 CBS Fri
Written by John McGreevey
Directed by Fred Jackmer
Guest Cast:
Chester Morris ........ Emmett McNeil
Frank Overton ......... Andy
Tom Bosley ............ Jim
Chrifton James ........ George
Joseph Campanella ..... whit
Marco St.John ......... Jonnie
Alan Alda ............. Dr. Glazer
Thomas Nordern ........ Pete
John Bartley Messenger ... Don
Synopsis:
Tod, Linc, and Emmett McNeill, a middle-aged drifter they befriended, enjoy working in a Midwestern town
---until a strange disease breaks out, and one of them is suspected of being the carrier. [JB]

[--] 16Aug 63 CBS Fri - Rerun of 3.29 "Who Will Cheer My Bonnie Bride? (from 10May63)

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