CTVA US Anthology -"GE True" (MarkVII/(CBS) narrated by Jack Webb

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GE True  aka  General Electric True

Episode Guide  compiled by The Classic TV Archive

http://ctva.biz/index.htm

with contributions by: Tom Alger, Rina Fox, Tina Wasserfall (#4 #5)
references:
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UCLA Film and Television Archive

 

Mark VII Ltd. Production (Jack Webb)
Executive Producer Jack Webb
for

CBS 30 min (32 episodes) (2 with 2 parts)  Sept 30, 1962 to Sept 22, 1963

US Anthology series  1962-63    32 episodes x 30 min 

Narrated by Jack Webb (all episodes)

Premise:

Episodes based on stories from "True" magazine.

 

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CBS Sundays 9:30-10:00pm Eastern

 

1.01 [--] GE True: CIRCLE OF DEATH

30-Sep-1962 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by Jack Webb
Teleplay by Dale Wasserman
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
William Conrad ... Fallon
Wynn Pearce ...... Stevens
Rachel Ames ...... Kate
Jerry Gales ...... Kaufman
Synopsis:
A factual account of how a doctor on a hospital ship during the Battle of Okinawa,

risked his own life and the lives of all aboard to remove an unexploded

cannon shell from the body of a wounded marine. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
With a battle raging around them, a doctor must remove an

 unexploded shell from a marine's stomach. [RF]

 

1.02 [--] GE True: V-VICTOR 5

07-Oct-1962 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by Robert M. Leeds
Teleplay by Gene Roddenberry & Harold Bloom
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Karl Held ........ John Egan
Barbara Wilkin ... Jean
John Sebastian ... Eddy
Neil Nephew ...... Whip
Tony Call ........ Benjy
Hal Hamilton ..... McNulty
Synopsis 1:
A true account of how an off-duty New York patrolman recognized a stolen

car occupied in the hot sun, in front of a hostile crowd, until help arrived. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
The year is 1933. Police Officer John Egan is off duty when he spots

 five wanted criminals. He follows them into a bar and since he can't

reach a phone, decides to take the men single-handed. [TA]
 

1.03 [--] GE True: HARRIS VERSUS CASTRO

14-Oct-1962 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Teleplay by Harold Bloom
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Robert Knapp ..... Harris
Harlan Warde ..... Ashman
Beverly Brown .... Mrs. Harris
Synopsis
A true account of how a Miami businessman filed suit against the Cuban Government

for not honoring its debt to him and how he won the suit and collected the

debt by seizing Cuban bank accounts and goods in the United States. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
An advertising executive, hired to create a favorable public

image for Castro's Cuba, has a hard time collecting his fee.  [RF]

 

1.04 [--] GE True: CODE NAME: CHRISTOPHER Part 1

21-Oct-1962 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by Jack Webb
Teleplay by Otis Carney
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Jack Webb ........ Burke
Gunnar Hellstrom.. Lund
Anna-Lisa ........ Sigrid
Lloyd Bochner .... Stoughton
Alf George ....... Stan
John Askeland .... Olaf

Jan Wasserfall ... Lars

Erik Holland

John Siegfried

Felix Reinsch

Matthias Uitz

Synopsis 1:

Relates how a United States marine captain helped to destroy a Nazi heavy-water

plant in Norway and slow up their development of the atomic bomb. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
An Army captain is assigned to sabotage production at a Nazi A-bomb factory. [RF]
 

1.05 [--] GE True: CODE NAME: CHRISTOPHER Part 2

28-Oct-1962 CBS Sun

(Guest Cast same as above)

Synopsis 1:
A Nazi plant has been sabotaged, but Burke is captured ---and the Nazis prepare to construct another bomb.
Synopsis 2:
World War II: a convicted safecracker can earn a pardon ---if he'll help steal secret Nazi documents. [RF}

 

1.06 [--] GE True: THE HANDMADE PRIVATE

04-Nov-1962 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Teleplay by Dean Reisner
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Arte Johnson ..... Coogan
James Millhollin.. Bronner
Jerry Van Dyke ... Bailey
Karyn Kupcinet ... Marybelle
Gene McCarthy .... Carlock
Ben Chandler ..... Wilmot

Synopsis 1:

Describes the experiences of two soldier clerks in charge of sending

 troops home after World War II, and their creation of a fictitious private as

a practical joke on their martinet lieutenant. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
The story of the harassment of an officer by two enlisted men. [RF]
 

1.07 [--] GE True: THE LAST DAY

11-Nov-1962 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Teleplay by John Joseph & Harold Bloom
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Mark Dempsey ..... Ernie Adams
Joan Huntington .. Ann

Synopsis 1:

Describes the operation of a Russian spy school which is a replica

 of an American town. Describes the tests and duties of a typical

trainee on his final day at the school. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
Ernie Adams' heretofore ordinary life changes when

he is mistaken for a secret agent. [RF]

 

1.08 [--] GE True: MAN WITH A SUITCASE

18-Nov-1962 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Teleplay by Harold Bloom
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Bill Berger ...... Hansen
Erika Peters ..... Anna
Werner Klemperer.. Captain
Oscar Beregi ..... Conductor

Synopsis 1:

A true account of the experiences of a West German citizen

 who smuggled his fiancée out of East Germany by carrying

her through the border check-station of Helmstedt in a suitcase. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A West German plans to smuggle his fiancee into West Germany---in a valise. [RF]

 

1.09 [--] GE True: MILE LONG SHOT TO KILL

25-Nov-1962 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Teleplay by Harold Bloom
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Russell Johnson .. John T. Metcalf
Les Tremayne ..... McMillan
James Griffith ... Brown

Synopsis 1:

Relates how the telescopic rifle was developed and how it was used

during the Civil War by Lt. John T. Metcalf, to fire on a

Confederate general from a mile away. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A Union captain tries to assassinate the commanding

Southern officer just before a battle. [RF]

 

1.10 [--] GE True: CHEATING CHEATERS

02-Dec-1962 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by Robert M. Leeds
Teleplay by Harold Bloom
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Jack Hogan ....... McFarland
Charlotte Austin.. Jill
Harry Holcombe ... Whitaker
Simon Scott ...... Captain

Synopsis 1:

A true account about an expert card player who was sent

aboard a luxury liner to determine whether or not a man who

committed suicide over poker losses was cheated

by his fellow passengers. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A card expert's job is to check a luxury liner for cardsharps:

one past victim killed himself because of heavy losses. [RF]
*Note: Also known as Gambling Gamblers
 

1.11 [--] GE True: UXB  (Unexploded Bomb)

09-Dec-1962 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by Robert M. Leeds
Teleplay by Harold Bloom
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Michael Evans .... Major Arthur Hartley
David Frankham ... Allison
Anthony Eustrel .. Root
Hedley Mattingly.. Taggart

Synopsis 1:

Describes the actual experiences and the emotions of two

members of the British Bomb Disposal Unit as they dismantled

a series of unexploded bombs dropped by the Nazis in World War II. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
Maj. Arthur Hartley lives with the constant threat of death.

His job: disarming unexploded bombs. [RF]

 

1.12 [--] GE True: THE WRONG NICKEL

16-Dec-1962 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Teleplay by Harold Bloom
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Robert Ellin ..... Mark
Albert Paulsen ... Vik
Malachi Throne ... Cross

Synopsis 1:

Relates how the elaborate spy network of Soviet Colonel Rudolph Abel

was discovered when one of his associates mistakenly gave a

dummy nickel containing microfilm to a newsvendor. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A microdot hidden in a hollow nickel aids the FBI search for a master Soviet spy. [RF]

 

1.13 [--] GE True: THE AMATEURS

30-Dec-1962 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Teleplay by Dean Reisner
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Jonathan Hole .... Fenwick
James Callahan ... Bruce
Edward Platt ..... Hefarty
Vinton Hayworth .. Heargreve

Synopsis 1:

Describes how, in 1909, when New York police failed to obtain

clues to aid in finding a stolen emerald pendant, a Boston jeweler

and his son managed to discover the identity of the thieves. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
In 1909, a million-dollar gem is stolen. The police are baffled

---but a Boston jeweler thinks he can recover it. [RF]

 

1.14 [--] GE True: OPEN SEASON

06-Jan-1963  CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Teleplay by Harold Bloom & Barry Oringer
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
James Best ....... Ernie Swift
David McLean ..... Frank MacErlane
Shirley Ballard .. Claire
Sherwood Price ... Tommy
Karl Lukas ....... Stoker

Synopsis 1:

Relates the true experiences of a Wisconsin game warden in 1928

who refused to be intimidated by a vacationing mobster and who

risked his life to uphold the game laws. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
Game warden Ernie Swift faces the mob after he gives

gangster Frank MacErlane a summons for illegal fishing. [RF]

 

1.15 [--] GE True: DEFENDANT: CLARENCE DARROW

13-Jan-1963 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Teleplay by Harold Bloom
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Tol Avery .......... Clarence Darrow
Robert Vaughn ...... Earl Rogers
Phillip Pine ....... Ford
Andrea King ........ Ruby
Paul Mazursky ...... Giesler
Frank Gerstle ...... Court Reporter

Synopsis 1:

An account of the 1912 trial at which famed lawyer Clarence Darrow was accused

of attempting to bribe a juror. Describes his conflicts with his attorney Earl Rogers,

and their frequent arguments about procedure. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
Attorney Earl Rogers defends Clarence Darrow on a bribery charge.[RF]

 

1.16 [--] GE True: O.S.I.

20-Jan-1963  CBS Sun (rerun 21Jul63)

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Teleplay by Harold Bloom
Director of photography Carl Guthrie

Narrated by Jack Webb

starring
Eric Feldary ....... Stefan Karp
Stacy Harris ....... Ben Karmody
Phillip Abbott ..... Chuck Fowler
Arthur Batanides ... Lee Ralston
Dan Stafford ....... East German Officer
Walter Janowitz .... Martin Hassler
Synopsis 1:
Relates how agents of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations captured a

communist spy ring in West Germany, with the help of a German interpreter and his family. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
The U.S. Air Force office of Special Investigation in West Germany asks

confessed Red agent Stefan Karp to work as a counterspy. [RF]
 

1.17 [--] GE True: FIREBUG

27-Jan-1963 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Teleplay by John Kneubuhl
Director of photography Carl Guthrie

Narrated by Jack Webb

Guest cast:
Victor Buono ...... Charles Colvin
Keith Andes ....... Harry Spohr
Arch Johnson ...... Pete Brill
William Bramley ... Frank Joseph
Paul Birch ........ Sheriff

Synopsis 1:

Presents an account of how police in Los Angeles discovered the identity of a man

who started fourteen fires in a national park between 1957 and 1960. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A Los Angeles barber named Charles Colvin has a rather antisocial hobby:

He sets forest fires. The U.S. Forest Service is certain that it is a single arsonist who

is causing all of the damage - the problem is to find him. [RF]

 

1.18 [--] GE True: LITTLE RICHARD

03-Feb-1963 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by Jack Webb
Teleplay by Harold Bloom
Director of photography Carl Guthrie

Narrated by Jack Webb

Guest cast:
Hampton Fancher .... Larry Wilson
Patricia Rainier ... Billie Wilson
Kevin Hagen ........ Bud Wiley

David Carlile ...... O'Brien

Synopsis 1:

Relates how Little Richard, a blue-tick hound, became trapped in a practically inaccessible

hole while he was hunting raccoons, and how he was rescued with the help of his owner,

the neighbors, and the phone and utility companies. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A hound dog named Little Richard following a fleeing raccoon, becomes trapped in

a crevice in the rocks. The dog's owner Larry Wilson soon realizes that freeing

Little Richard isn't going to be a one-man job. [RF]

Synopsis 3:
It's no easy job freeing a raccoon-chasing hound from a rock crevice. [RF]

 

1.19 [--] GE True: ESCAPE Part 1

10-Feb-1963 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Teleplay by Louis Morheim
Director of photography Carl Guthrie

Narrated by Jack Webb

Guest cast:
Ben Wright ......... Clayton Hutton
Hedley Mattingly ... Wing Cmdr. Whitman
David Frankham ..... Lt. Dixon
William Beckley .... Lt. Rushmore

James Doohan ..... Jennings
Rick Traeger ....... Commandent

Felix Reinsch ...... Schlossie

Brian Gaffirin ..... Keith

Robert Champion ..... Sentry

Synopsis 1:

Relates how over one hundred British Air Force pilots were helped to escape from a

German prison camp during the World War II by a British magician-escape artist who purposely

permitted himself to be captured by the Germans and put in their camp. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
In 1940, the Royal Air Force asks magician Clayton Hutton to perform a really

difficult trick - design detection-proof devices which will help Allied POW's escape

from German prison camps. [RF]

 

1.20 [--] GE True: ESCAPE Part 2

17-Feb-1963 CBS Sun

(same as above)

Synopsis:

Magician Clayton Hutton poses as a Royal Air Force officer and allows himself

to be captured so that he can mastermind the escape of several hundred RAF pilots. [RF]

 

1.21 [--] GE True: THE MOONSHINERS

24-Feb-1963 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Teleplay by John Kneubuhl
Director of photography Carl Guthrie

Narrated by Jack Webb

Guest cast:
Gene Evans ......... Walter Kopek
Robert Emhardt ..... Bill Munger
Carl Reindel ....... Doug Tolliver
James Griffith ..... Stan Woolman
William Zuckert .... Ferguson
Synopsis 1:
A factual account of how, in 1958, a Federal agent in Florida posed as

a truck driver in order to discover the identity of illegal liquor dealers. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Treasury Department agent Walter Kopek goes undercover in an effort to break up

a big-time Florida bootlegging operation, run by mobster Bill Munger. [RF]

Synopsis 3:
A treasury agent goes undercover to smash a bootlegging operation in Florida. [RF]
 

1.22 [--] GE True: SECURITY RISK

03-Mar-1963 CBS Sun

GE True "Security Risk" PART 1 1963 CBS TV Series

GE True "Security Risk" PART 2 1963 CBS TV Series

GE True "Security Risk" PART 3 1963 CBS TV Series

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Charles Aidman ... George Ellsworth
Erika Peters ..... Ericka
Karl Swenson ..... Kowalski
Harlan Warde ..... Waltman
Parley Baer ...... Harry

Synopsis 1:

A true account of how George Ellsworth, American Embassy official in Warsaw in 1960,

was blackmailed into passing top secret information to the Communists, and how he was

persuaded to admit his guilt despite diplomatic immunity. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A dangerous romance develops between an American embassy

official and a girl allied with the Communists. [RF]

 

1.23 [--] GE True: THE BLACK-ROBED GHOST

10-Mar-1963 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Teleplay by Harold Bloom & Maxine Robinson & John Robinson
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Josephine Hutchinson .. Cora
Don Dubbins ........... Tom
Louise Lorimer ........ Ethel
Mort Mills ............ Detective John Duncan
Jeanette Nolan ........ Mme. Di Angelo
Booth Colman .......... Funeral Director

Synopsis 1:

A factual account about a wealthy California matron who was deceived into thinking

that her niece had come back from the dead and was visiting her through seances. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
Even after the funeral, Cora Greer refuses to believe that her niece

 is dead: she tries to make contact through a spiritualist. [RF]

 

1.24 [--] GE True: ORDEAL

17-Mar-1963 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Teleplay by Harold Bloom
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Chris Robinson ... Holt
Lillian Buyeff ... Ellen
Kevin Hagen ...... Simms
Judee Morton ..... Judy

Synopsis 1:

A true account of the experiences of a cabinetmaker and his family who were held in

 their home and terrorized for twenty-three hours by an ex-convict suspected of

holding up a supermarket. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A cop killer hides in a New Orleans apartment,

holding the Simms family hostage. [RF]

 

1.25 [--] GE True: PATTERN FOR ESPIONAGE

24-Mar-1963 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Teleplay by Harold Bloom
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Rex Reason ....... Madison
Anthony Eisley ... Addis
Gregory Walcott .. Goodwin
Patricia Woodell.. Alice
Gregory Gay ...... Petrov

Synopsis 1:

A true account of how Army Colonel Harvey Madison was approached by a former

Russian comrade-in-arms to act as a spy and how he cooperated with the F.B.I. in

order to uncover the Soviet spy ring. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A Government agent poses as a colonel who was approached

 by the Reds with an offer to spy for them. [RF]

 

1.26 [--] GE True: THE TENTH MONA LISA

31-Mar-1963 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by William Conrad
Teleplay by Louis Morheim
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Vito Scotti ...... Perugia
Leon Askin ....... Warcheck
Emile Genest ..... De Saude
Marcel Hillaire .. Bertillon
Eugene Borden .... Saulvet
Maurice Marsac ... Beroud

Synopsis 1:

A true account of how, in 1911, the Italian farmer Vincenzo Perugia was persuaded

by two thieves to steal the Mona Lisa from the Louvre, and how he was later apprehended

by a French detective when he tried to turn the painting over to an art dealer.  [RF]

Synopsis 2:
An out-of-work picture framer will help steal from the Louvre

---only if the quarry is the Mona Lisa. [RF]

 

1.27 [--] GE True: GERTIE THE GREAT

14-Apr-1963 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by Robert M. Leeds
Teleplay by Harold Bloom
Director of photography Carl Guthrie

Narrated by Jack Webb

Guest cast:
Robert Brubaker ...... Gordon MacQuarrie
Jan Shepard .......... Eve Temple
Harry Bartell ........ Laurence Hautz
Synopsis 1:
Describes the efforts of the people of Milwaukee to protect a mallard duck

nicknamed Gertie, who built her nest on top of piling near a busy drawbridge.[RF]
Synopsis 2:
Gertie is a mallard duck nesting atop a river piling in downtown Milwaukee

- and the citizens are becoming concerned over the fate of her unhatched ducklings. [RF]
 

1.28 [--] GE True: BLACK MARKET

21-Apr-1963 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by Alan Crosland Jr.
Teleplay by Michael Zagor
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Ronald Foster .... Dunlop
Hanna Landy ...... Karen
John Marley ...... Hoffman
John Banner ...... Hipp

Rene Korper

Synopsis

A dramatization based on factual incidents about American

Intelligence Officers in Munich who intercept the smuggling of American

cigarettes into East Germany. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
An Army investigator goes undercover to break up a smuggling ring in Munich. [RF]

 

1.29 [--] GE True: NITRO

28-Apr-1963 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by John Peyser
Teleplay by Harold Bloom & Les Pine
Director of photography Harold Stine

Narrated by Jack Webb

starring

Noam Pitlik ......... Edward Gleason
Jacqueline Scott .... Gloria Price
Philip Carey ........ Pete Foley

Synopsis 1:

Relates the experiences of a worker in an electroplating plant, who accidentally

put nitric acid into a tank instead of sulfuric acid, thus creating nine gallons of nitroglycerine,

enough to blow up the entire surrounding area. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
At an electroplating plant, Edward Gleason accidentally pours nitric acid into a

solution of glycerine and sulfuric acid - producing nine gallons of nitroglycerine. [RF]

 

1.30 [--] GE True: HEYDRICH [Part 1]

05-May-1963 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Teleplay by John Kneubuhl & Harold Bloom
Directed by William Conrad
Director of photography Bert Glennon
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Werner Klemperer .. Frank
Albert Paulsen .... Josef Gabchik
Walter Linden ..... Jan Kubis
Lili Valenty ...... Maria
Charles Radilac ... Father Petrek

Celia Lovsky

Synopsis 1:

Relates how two young Czech sergeants assassinated Nazi hangman Reinhard Heydrich

and gave their lives, as did other members of the underground, when Hitler decided

to take revenge on their country. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
Two Czechs return to their homeland to assassinate a notorious Nazi. [RF]
 

1.31 [--] GE True: HEYDRICH Part 2

12-May-1963 CBS Sun

same as above

Synopsis:
The Nazis take reprisals on an entire village

 in their search for Heydrich's assassins. [RF]

 

1.32 [--] GE True: COMMANDO

19-May-1963 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Teleplay by Michael Zagor
Directed by William Conrad
Director of photography Bert Glennon
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Sean McClory ..... McDonald
Lloyd Bochner .... Saunders
Roy Dean ......... Walsh
James Wixted ..... Potter

Synopsis

An account of how, prior to D-day, a jailed safecracker was used by the British

to break into a safe in Rome containing vital Nazi defense plans. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
World War II: a convicted safecracker can earn a pardon---

if he'll help steal secret Nazi documents. [RF]

 

1.33 [--] GE True: FIVE TICKETS TO HELL

26-May-1963 CBS Sun

Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Directed by Robert M. Leeds
Teleplay by Harold Bloom & Richard Harbinger
Director of photography Carl Guthrie
Narrated by Jack Webb
starring
Carlos Romero .... Lt. Juan Garcia
Barbara Luna ..... Cotita
Bing Russell ..... John Quigley
Valentin de Vargas .... Francesco Gomez
Abel Franco ...... Anselmo
Alex Montoya ..... Delgado

Synopsis 1:

In 1922, Chicago gangster John Quigley takes a trip to Chihuahua, Mexico, robs the

local mint of a half-million dollars and kills seven men in the process. Police Lieutenant

Juan Garcia is given the job of tracking down Quigley and his three accomplices.

Synopsis 2:

Follows the actions of an American mobster in 1925 who, along with three

other men, held up the mint in Chihuahua, Mexico. Describes how a Mexican police

lieutenant tracked down the four men and regained most of the money. [RF]

Synopsis 3:
A police lieutenant tracks down a mobster and his gang,

who stole $7 million in Mexico. [RF]

 

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