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 Season 2 (NBC) (1964-65)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox, Tom Alger
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)

 

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NBC Thursdays 10:00-11:00 pm Eastern

 

2.01 [29] Kraft Suspense Theatre: THE WORLD I WANT

Prod. no. LP32320
01Oct64 NBC Thur

Producer Jack Laird
Written by Halsted Welles
Directed by Elliot Silverstein
Director of photography Walter Strenge
Editor Milton Shifman

starring

Leonard Nimoy  ...... Mr. Brody
Sal Mineo .......... Ernie
Jo Van Fleet ....... Hilde Hesse
Albert Dekker ...... Karl Hesse
Patricia Hyland .... Fern
Richard Venture .... 2nd Detective
Pat Renella ....... 1st Detective

Synopsis:
A deaf mute falls for an idealistic school girl, things change

when violence erupts when money comes between the two. [RF]

 

2.02 [30] Kraft Suspense Theatre: OPERATION GRIEF

Prod. no. LP32321
08Oct64 NBC Thur

Written by Jerome Ross

Directed by Jack Smight

Musical score by Franz Waxman

starring

Robert Goulet .......... Private First Class Larry Brubaker

Linden Chiles ......... Buttel

Claude Akins ......... Sergeant Phil Henning

Claudine Longet ........ Marie Ange

Peter Helm ........ Cutler

Don Dubbins ....... Captain Shale

Charles Maxwell ......... German Colonel

John Bleifer ....... Farmer

Arlette Clark ....... Wife

Karl Held ........ German Captain

Nicholas Colasanto ....... 1st MP

Thomas Bellin ....... 2nd MP

Ray Montgomery ........ Captain

Michael Masters ......... German Sergeant

Ralph Thomas ......... Sentry

Bart Conrad ....... U.S. Interrogator

Synopsis:
An American sergeant gives a lift to four GI's, one of whom may be a Nazi infiltrator. [RF]
NOTE: The episode title contained a typo when written and broadcast.

 Its actually GREIF, the German word for a mythical eagle-like beast

with lion attributes, in English, of course, the griffin.

 

2.03 [31] Kraft Suspense Theatre: A LION AMONGST MEN

(a.k.a. "Rumble on the Docks")

Prod. no. LP32322
22Oct64 NBC Thur

music by Bernard Hermann

starring

James Whitmore ..... Will Stanton
Robert Pine ........ Dennis Wentworth
Tommy Sands ........ Eddie Riccio
Ron Hayes .......... Sergeant Dave Willett
Arch Johnson ....... Charlie Morris
Peter Duryea ....... Victor Palchek
Quinn O'Hara ....... Billie
Linda Leighton ..... Peggy Stanton
Mimsy Farmer ....... Jean
Keva Page .......... Shirley
Synopsis:
Retired Army Officer Will Stanton thinks America's youth needs discipline

 something like Germany's youth received in the 1930s. [RF]
 

2.04 [32] Kraft Suspense Theatre: THAT HE SHOULD WEEP FOR HER

Prod. no. LP32323
05Nov64 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Halsted Welles and George Kirgo / Story by Irving Pearlberg

Directed by Bernard Girard

Musical score by Franz Waxman

starring

Milton Berle ......... Sam Morris

Carol Lawrence ......... Marta Aviles

Alejandro Rey  ........... Juano Herera
Berkeley Harris ........... Pike

Synopsis:
Sadness and loneliness plague a widowed jeweler in a slum area

until he defends himself in a robbery, accidentally killing the masked boy.

The boy's sister embarks on vengeance. [RF]

 

2.05 [33] Kraft Suspense Theatre: THE KAMCHATKA INCIDENT

Prod. no. LP32324
12Nov64 NBC Thur (rerun 22Jul65)

Written by Paul Schneider and Margaret Schneider

Directed by Ron Winston

starring

John Forsythe  ....... Major William Livingston
Leslie Parrish ...... Susan King
Roger Perry ......... Captain Gordon Roberts
Malachi Throne ...... Nickolai Brovko
Frank Maxwell ....... Albert Perkins
Larry Kert .......... Capt. Don Ferruzzi
Richard X Slattery .. Sgt. Wade Muller
Divima .............. Mrs. Aline Parmenter
Tsu Kobayashi ....... Mrs. Tano
Don Paulin .......... Lee
Glenn Turnbull ...... Pete Fields
Byron Keith ......... Colonel Gruen
Gregory Gay ......... Russian Minister
Patrick Waltz ....... American Officer
Eddie Peterson ...... 1st Player
Ron Brown ........... 2nd Player
George Dega ......... Russian Officer
Robert Rothwell ..... 1st Radio Man
James Victor ........ American Radar Man
Kenneth Lowry ....... Flight Attendant
Danny Klega ......... Russian Radar Man
Chris Nakasaki ...... Kenny

Synopsis:
A hurricane and a faulty gyro forces a plane off course and over Russian territory

with a defecting Russian aboard and a beleaguered pilot the suspense unfolds. [RF]

 

2.06 [34] Kraft Suspense Theatre: THE JACK IS HIGH

Prod. no. LP32325
19Nov64 NBC Thur (rerun 29Jul65)

Written by William Wood

Directed by Ralph Senensky

starring

Henry Jones ....... Professor Raymond Shipley
Edd Byrnes ........ Bill Kober
Pat O'Brien ....... Inspector Dan Zarilla
Larry Storch ...... Perry Shields
Harry Bellaver .... Fred Brennan
William Bramley ... Biff Mueller
Michael Macready .. Joe Swerbul
William Boyett .... Caulfield
CeCe Whitney ...... Tigra
Ken Mayer ......... Sheriff
Jay Douglas ....... Nugent
Indus Arthur ...... Lois Brennan
Sigrid Valdis ..... Ruby
Joe Finnigan ...... Theatre Manager
Owen Bush ......... Driver
William Keene ..... Captain
Edwin Mills ....... Cooley
Lou Cavalier ...... Buzzy
Don Kennedy ....... Policeman
Synopsis:
Mild-mannered English professor Raymond Shipley pulls a

multimillion-dollar robbery with four unusual accomplices. [RF]
 

2.07 [35] Kraft Suspense Theatre: GRAFFITI (color)

 Prod. no. LP32459
26Nov64 NBC Thur 10pm

Script by Richard L. Adams

musical score by Franz Waxman

Guest Cast:

Louis Jourdan ........ Colonel Bertine

Philippe Forquet ..... Jules Artaud

Richard Angarola ......... Savateau
Robert Ellenstein ......... Dendier
John Marley ......... Luzet

Synopsis:

Gestapo agents pick up resistance leader Bertine, but fail to to recognize

the value of their catch. Because Bertine must be silenced before the Nazis

realize who he is, his followers arrange for a young assassin to be

arrested and place in his cell [TA]

 

2.08 [36] Kraft Suspense Theatre: ONE TIGER TO A HILL

Prod. no. LP32326
03Dec64 NBC Thur

Producer Arthur H. Nadel
Written by Robert Hamner
Directed by Jack Arnold
Director of photography John L. Russell
Editor Danny B. Landres
starring

James Gregory  ..... Lieutenant Wade
Barry Nelson ...... Colin Neal
Diane McBain ...... Diana Weston
Warren Stevens .... Detective Sergeant Phil Hadley
Peter Brown ....... Chris Forrester
Lou Byrne ......... Alicia Wainwright
Roger Til ......... Jacques
Jack Crowder ...... Police Sergeant
John Crowther ..... Bellhop

Linda Burton ...... The Woman
Synopsis:
After a $400,000 jewel heist is committed, the chief of the burglary

detail is in a restaurant sitting next to master burglar Colin Neal, the perfect alibi. [RF]

 

2.09 [37] Kraft Suspense Theatre: THREEPERSONS

Prod. no. LP32327
10Dec64 NBC Thur

Produced by Frank Rosenberg
Written by Theodore Taylor

Directed by Alex March

starring

John Gavin  ........ Tom Threepersons
Ralph Meeker ...... Harly Clay
Linda Lawson ...... Gracia Hernandez
Vincent Gardenia... Charlie Raines
Rafael Campos ..... Alonzo
Perry Lopez ....... Candido Gomez
Synopsis:
A Texas lawman wants Tom Threepersons, a Cherokee Indian with a reputation

as a fighter, to work alongside him in a battle against Prohibition racketeers.

But before he commits himself, Tom decides to cross the border into

Mexico to see what the other side has to offer. [RF]
 

2.10 [38] Kraft Suspense Theatre: THE GUN

 Prod. no. LP30027
24Dec64 NBC Thur

Producer Luther Davis
Written by Robert Guy Barrows
Directed by Michael O'Herlihy
Director of photography Benjamin H. Kline
Editor Carl Pingitore
starring
Eddie Albert ...... Dr. Bert Andrews
Dina Merrill ...... Jo Andrews
Peter Lazer ....... Rex Andrews
Isabel Jewell ..... Mrs. Lyons
Michael Winkelman . Hank
Ollie O'Toole ..... First Patient
Edward Platt ...... Second Patient
John McLiam ....... Hobo
Michael Beirne .... Airman
Francis De Sales .. Passerby
George Mitchell ... Burglar
Synopsis:
A couple find themselves facing a desperate burglar with a loaded gun. [RF]
 

2.11 [39] Kraft Suspense Theatre: THE WINE-DARK SEA

Prod. no. LP30026
31Dec64 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Howard Browne / Story by Dean Hargrove
starring
Roddy McDowall .... Robert Benson
Myrna Fahey ....... Honora Malone
John Larkin ....... Foster Drake
David Sheiner ..... Martin Clay
Robert Ball ....... David 'Blinky' Hewitt

Grazia Narciso ...... Mama Coletti
Clegg Hoyt ........ Police Sergeant
Robert Hogan ...... First Cop
Synopsis:
Robert Benson, an alcoholic ex-college teacher, sets out to prove that a skid-row

friend didn't commit the murder and robbery that resulted in his death. [RF]
 

2.12 [40] Kraft Suspense Theatre: IN DARKNESS, WAITING pt. 1

Prod. no. LP32345
14Jan65 NBC Thur

2.13 [41] Kraft Suspense Theatre: IN DARKNESS, WAITING pt. 2

Prod. no. LP32346
21Jan65 NBC Thur

(released theatrically as "Strategy of Terror")

Written by Robert L. Joseph

Directed by Jack Smight

starring

Hugh O'Brian  ....... Matt Lacey
Barbara Rush ....... Karen Lownes
Frederick O'Neal ... Jacques Serac
Neil Hamilton ...... Mr. Harkin
Harry Townes ....... Richard
Will Corry ......... Wally Pit
Jan Merlin ......... Jon
Mort Mills ......... Victor Pelling
Eric Morris ........ Tippo
Val Avery .......... Sergeant
Jeff Cooper ........ Daniel
David Lewis ........ Alan Brossanquet
Steve London ....... Bassett
Byron Morrow ....... Leith Houser
Gil Stuart ......... Sandy

Synopsis:

A sinister plot to destroy the U.N. by a series of calculated assassinations is discovered.

A news correspondent who gets an inkling of the scheme from a former neighbor.

A police detective who'd rather resign from the force to become a lawyer

 than get involved in this shadowy case. [ta]

Synopsis Part 2:

The intrepid pair Lt. Lacy and newspaperwoman Karen Lownes are

out to save the international body from conspiracy. [ta]
 

2.14 [42] Kraft Suspense Theatre: THAT TIME IN HAVANA

Prod. no. LP32347
11Feb65 NBC Thur

Teleplay by William Wood / Story by Irving Gaynor

Directed by Alex March

starring

Steve Forrest ......... Mike Taggart

Victor Jory ..........Conrad Easter

Frank Silvera .......... Captain Santos

Dana Wynter .......... Ann Palmer

Val Avery ......... Colonel Velasquez

Adele Palacios ........ Chita

Clive Wayne ...... Tommy

Eve Marlowe ....... Sgt. Rodriguez

Ned Romero ....... Militiaman

Julian Rivero ...... Old Man.

Synopsis:

 A woman teams with a reporter to locate her husband who

    supposedly is in possession of a million dollars. [DM]

   (17Dec68 BBC2 UK - as a segment of UK anthology "Impact")

Synopsis 2:
In Cuba, politically naive Ann Palmer teams up with a cynical American

 reporter to locate her adventurer husband - and the million dollars he supposedly hid. [TA]

 

2.15 [43] Kraft Suspense Theatre: FOUR INTO ZERO

Prod. no. LP29348
18Feb65 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Don Brinkley / Story by Milt Rosen

Directed by Don Weis

starring

Robert Conrad ...... Gary Kemp
Jack Kelly ......... Charles Glennon
Sue Randall ........ Jan Crane
Joe Mantell ........ Frankie Shields
Jesse White ........ Emil Glueck
Martha Hyer ........ Caroline Glennon
Bobby Johnson ...... Porter
Annazette Chase .... Maid
Tim Graham ......... Janitor
Don Kennedy ........ Police Officer

Synopsis:
Charles Glennon a book ski instructor who marries

the beautiful heiress and it bothers him. To prove his independence,

Charles masterminds a million dollar train robbery. [RF]
 

2.16 [44] Kraft Suspense Theatre: STREETCAR, DO YOU READ ME?

 Prod. no. LP32349
25Feb65 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Henry Searls / Story by Alice Lent Covert

Directed by Leon Benson

starring

Martin Milner  ...... Lt. John Corby
Leif Erickson ...... General
Richard Long ....... Major Ben Dawson
Jack Ging .......... Mike Andre
Nancy Malone ....... Pat Corby
Harlan Warde ....... Colonel
John Roseboro ...... Radioman
Don Eitner ......... Tanker Pilot
Fred Holliday ...... Duty Officer
Donald E. Kunzler .. Boom Operator
Randy Eccles ....... Jeff Dawson
Bobby Anderson ..... Petey Dawson

Synopsis:
A young SAC officer, a notorious shirker is put to a severe test when an

explosion occurs aboard a flight. The head pilot collapses and the copilot must

take over while refueling another plane high in the sky. [RF]

 

2.17 [45] Kraft Suspense Theatre: THE LAST CLEAR CHANCE

Prod. no. LP32332
11Mar65 NBC Thur

Producer Mort Abrahams
Written by Abraham Polonsky
Directed by Sydney Pollack
starring
Barry Sullivan  ..... Major Victor Hanley
Glenn Corbett ...... Lt. Christopher King
Suzanne Cramer ..... Anna
Otto Reichow ....... Sergeant Kurtz
Leslie Bradyley .... Sir Alec Bent
Bruce Bennett ...... General Adams
Alan Caillou ....... Group Captain Windermere
Jacques Foti ....... Arne
John Lodge ......... Wing Commander Tarns
Ben Wright ......... German Commandant

Synopsis:
A French underground hero and a young American hope to escape from a German prison cell in France. [RF]
 

2.18 [46] Kraft Suspense Theatre: WON'T IT EVER BE MORNING?

Prod. no. LP32333
18Mar65 NBC Thur

Written by Larry Marcus

Directed by David Lowell Rich

starring

John Cassavetes ......... Peter Chandler

Jack Klugman .......... Ozzie Keefer

Gena Rowlands ........ Lois Baxter

John Anderson ....... Rankin

Ben Cooper ....... Sam Grayson

Carl Benton Reid ....... The Judge

 I. Stanford Jolley ...... the Night Watchman

Douglas Henderson ...... Harry Grayson

Than Wyenn ........ The Prosecutor

Carla Doherty ....... Shirley Rankin

Jimmy Joyce ...... The Piano Man

Barry Brooks ...... The Court Reporter

John Hale ...... The Medical Examiner

Synopsis:

A complex story of an insecure jazz singer and her demented manager who is accused of murdering a young girl. [RF]

 

2.19 [47] Kraft Suspense Theatre: NOBODY WILL EVER KNOW

Prod. no. LP32334
25Mar65 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Richard Fielder and Harry Essex / Story by Roger H. Lewis

Directed by Don Weis

starring

Tom Tryon ......... Tom Banning
Pippa Scott ....... Marianne Scott
Myrna Fahey ....... Janet Banning
David Lewis ....... R. Randolph Wetherill
Liam Sullivan ..... Alan Parsons
Robert Quarry ..... Bob Detweiler
Miguel Landa ...... Orlando
Nelsom Olmsted .... Dr. Oliver
Carl Crow ......... Billy
Gina Grant ........ Secretary
John Willis ....... Coogan
Frank McGinnis .... McClory
Tracy Olsen ....... Alison
Bara Byrnes ....... Carla
Robert DeCoy ...... Joe
Jackie Deslonde ... Chuck
Frank Maxwell ..... Jackson Burnham

Synopsis:
Research chief Tom Banning is being prodded by his wife to win a big promotion. [RF]

 

2.20 [48] Kraft Suspense Theatre: THE GREEN FELT JUNGLE

Prod. no. LP32335
01Apr65 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Howard Browne / Story by Thomas Fitzroy

Directed by Irving J. Moore

starring

Leslie Nielsen  .... Paul Maytric
Richard Conte ..... Jack Sallas
Macdonald Carey ... Elmer Pike
Larry Pennell ..... Phil Scanlon
Indus Arthur ...... Elizabeth Pike
Michael Pate ...... Johnny Slato
Inez Pedroza ...... Conchita Rivero
William Phipps .... Frank
Nick Alexander .... Marty
Walker Edminston .. George Baird
Ivan Bonar ........ Monroe
Ken Lynch ......... Larry Henderson
Roland LaStarza ... Bugs
Harold Fong ....... Bert
Webb Pierce ....... Prescott
Synopsis:
When a bomb intended for him kills his wife, DA Paul Maytric

 resigns to fight the gambling syndicate as a private citizen. [RF]
 

2.21 [49] Kraft Suspense Theatre: RAPTURE AT TWO-FORTY

      pilot for Run For Your Life (1965-68)

Prod. no. LP32336
15Apr65 NBC Thur

Producer Jo Swerling Jr.
Teleplay by Luther Davis / Story by Jo Swerling Jr.
Directed by William Graham
Editor Robert Watts
Music Pete Rugolo
starring

Ben Gazzara ......... Paul Bryan

Katherine Crawford ......... Leslie Thurston

Michael Rennie .......... Robert Thurston

Antoinette Bower ........ Gillian

Stella Garcia ........ Risa
S. John Launer ....... Dr. Manson
Louis Mercier ........ Stoss
Miguel Landa ........ Henri
Marcel Hillaire ........ Chauffeur

Synopsis:

Paul Bryan, a lawyer with only a short time left to live, decides to

spend his days hobnobbing with the jet-set on the French Riviera. [RF]

 

2.22 [50] Kraft Suspense Theatre: JUNGLE OF FEAR

Prod. no. LP32337
22Apr65 NBC Thur

Producer Howard Christie
Writer & Director John McGreevey
starring

Robert Fuller  ...... Rory O'Rourke
Robert Loggia ...... Colonel Juano Chauvin
Ann Blyth .......... Lady Mei
Richard Anderson ... Gen John Doe
Warren Stevens ..... Alden Ritter
Ann Blyth .......... Lady Mei
Charlie Briggs ..... Boone Trimble
Suzanne Cramer ..... Elena
Tony Davis ......... Ying Li
Harold Sakata ...... Ching

Synopsis:
In Panama, casino operator Rory O'Rourke, a would be railroad builder

becomes involved with a young woman and her son who

are fleeing political enemies from China. [RF]
*NOTE this was a pilot for a series.

 

2.23 [51] Kraft Suspense Theatre: KILL NO MORE

Prod. no. LP32338
29Apr65 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Larry Cohen and William Wood / Story by Larry Cohen

Directed by Tom Gries

starring

Leonard Nimoy ...... Cowell
Julie Adams ........ Joanne Clay
Lew Ayres .......... Dr. Thomas Clay
Robert Webber ...... Robert Burke
Robert F. Simon
Morgan Jones ....... Chester
Garry Walberg ...... Dr. Martin Sorbin
Michael Fox ........ Howard Link
Monroe Arnold ...... Dr. Duveen
Sue England ........ Helen
Jack Crowder ....... Technician
Jason Wingreen ..... Savadow
Walter Woolf King .. 1st VIP
Don Dillaway ....... 2nd VIP
Al Ruban ........... Guard

Synopsis:
Dr. Clay, a nuclear scientist, is so absorbed in developing a super bomb

and he will stop at nothing to succeed even if that means neglecting his wife.

It is then that his wife learns accidentally that spies are photographing his work. [RF]

 

2.24 [52] Kraft Suspense Theatre: THE LONG RAVINE 

 Prod. no. LP32339
06May65 NBC Thur

          Roncom Films, Inc.    

 Teleplay by Anthony Ellis / Story by Halsted Welles

Directed by Leon Benson

starring

Jack Lord ......... Paul Campbell

Andrew Prine ......... Chris Sandoe

Broderick Crawford ......... Walter  'Pop' Tullett    

Lisabeth Hush  ......... Dorothy Campbell 

Ken Drake ........ MoWarnekenty

Thomas Browne Henry ........ Whipple
Rick Cosko .......... Bus Driver

Synopsis:

After his discharge from the service, Chris Sandoe heads for an almost-abandoned

mining town where his sister and brother-in-law are living on credit hoping to strike it rich.

 

2.25 [53] Kraft Suspense Theatre: THE EASTER BREACH

Prod. no. LP29394
13May65 NBC Thur

Written by Leon Tokatyan

Directed by Ralph Senensky

starring

Richard Beymer  ..... Werner Schiff
Katherine Crawford.. Liese Schiff/Victoria Meinicke
Karen Verne ........ Inge
Ilka Windish ....... Jutta Hauptmann
Martin Kosleck ..... Rudi
Henry Cattani ...... Mucke
Pieter Bergema ..... Announcer
Walter Linden ...... Engineer
Frank Oberschall ... Schpeiset
John Bleifer ....... Old Man
Elsie Baker ........ Old Woman
Albert Szabo ....... Waiter
Steve Lander ....... Vopo
Eric Forst ......... Doctor
Maria Schroeder .... Nurse

Synopsis:
A young German man will do almost anything he can to get his

wife out of East Berlin when he accidentally meets a woman who could

 be his wife's double he begins to make advances to do a switch. [RF]

 

2.26 [54] Kraft Suspense Theatre: THE SAFE HOUSE

Prod. no. LP32340
20May65 NBC Thur

Written by Richard Adams

Directed by Tom Gries

starring

Francis Lederer ........... Jeremias Lipp

Dane Clark .......... Saul Baratseff

Albert Paulsen ........ Sif Barani

Gila Colan ........ Constance

Eric Braeden ....... Gerd Hoffman

John Banner ....... Martin Rutke

Eva Soreny ....... Madame

Fay Wall ....... Edda Rutke

Henry Cattani ......... Karl Sturtz

Martin Priest ........ Rafe Adeen

Norbert Meisel ........ 1st Man

Larry Cole ........ Franz

Albert Szabo ....... Waiter

Rick Sorensen ....... Edward

Peter Hellman ....... Bodyguard

Martin Priest ....... Rafe Adeen

Michael Paianeff ....... Ballet Instructor

Synopsis:

Nazi scientist Jeremias Lipp having successfully eluded the War Crimes

commission, prepares to leave his Swiss refuge to take a job with a

Middle Eastern government. But a group of Israeli agents have no intention

of allowing Lipp to continue his activities. They spearhead the scheme to

kidnap Lipp and deliver him to his accusers. [RF]

 

2.27 [55] Kraft Suspense Theatre: TWIXT THE CUP AND THE LIP

Prod. no. LP32341
03Jun65  NBC Thur

Teleplay by Don Brinkley / Story by Julian Symonds

Directed by Leon Benson

starring

Larry Blyden ....... Lester Pennell
Joan Blackman ...... Lucille Burnside
Ethel Merman ....... Clara Lovelace
Jean Hale .......... Lambie Lovelace
Charles McGraw ..... Nick Stacy
John Hoyt .......... Mr. Orbin
Lee Patterson ...... Sgt. Joe Davidson
Lane Bradford ...... Sgt. Kubek
John Harmon ........ Pogo
William Tannen ..... Mike
Herb Barnett ....... Eddie
Ken Lowry .......... Policeman

Synopsis 1:

The meek and hard working Lester Pennell, who worked at the Alburn Gallery,

 was displaying the silver spectre of Louie XIV monarch of France, worth

two million dollars. Lester lost his job by being too honest and being a

"doormat". Lester struck back in order to impress his girlfriend and change his wimpy image,

 by undermining a complicated and interesting plan to break  in and steal the spectre. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
Lester Pennell, rises to new heights of daring after being fired by his martinet boss. [RF]

 

2.28 [56] Kraft Suspense Theatre: THE TRAINS OF SILENCE

Prod. no. LP32395
10Jun65 NBC Thur (rerun 09Sep65)

Producer Leon Benson
Teleplay by William Wood / Story by Ben Maddow

Directed by Douglas Heyes

guest stars

Jeffrey Hunter ....... Fred Girard

Tippi Hedren ....... Lee Anne Wickheimer

Warren Stevens ....... Mark Wilton

Lloyd Bochner ........ Wolfe Hastings

Patrick Whyte ........ Medwin

Synopsis:

  After investing time and money in a friend's multi-million dollar

project, a tycoon attempts to uncover the secret behind it.

 

2.29 [57] Kraft Suspense Theatre: KILL ME ON JULY 20th

Prod. no. LP32338
17Jun65 NBC Thur

Producer Frank Telford
Teleplay  by George Kirgo / Story by Joan Didion and John Gregory Dunne

Directed by Robert Douglas

starring

Don Collier ........ Luke Adams

Jack Kelly ........ Tony Camion

Kathryn Hays ........Terry Camion

Joan Staley ........ Maria

Stephan Arngrim ..... Nick Camion

William Mims ........ Tim Brenner

Sheldon Allman ........ Buddy Stipp

Frank Wilcox ........ Lassiter

William Fawcett ........ Mr. Robinson

John Crowther ....... 2nd Man

Fred Draper ......... Mark's father

Carig Hundley ....... Mark

Rory Stevens ..... Jeff

Gil Stuart ..... 1st Man

Lou Cavalier ..... Jack Camion

George Kirgo .... the Killer

Synopsis:

A washed-up race car driver named Tony Camion whose beloved brother

is killed in a race that he should not have been driving. The brother

only drove the car because Tony could not do it himself. In an effort to

redeem himself to his brother's family, Tony changes his life insurance

policy to make his brother's family the beneficiary and hires an unknown

hit man to kill him on July 20th.  He then sets about making sure his

brother's family has everything they need prior to his demise. [RF]

 

2.30 [58] Kraft Suspense Theatre: THE RISE AND FALL OF EDDIE CAREW

Prod. no. LP32343
24Jun65 NBC Thur

Teleplay by Don Brinkley / Story by Robert Thorn

Directed by Joseph Pevney

starring

Dean Jones  ......... Eddie Carew
Sheilah Wells ...... Sally McClure
Jerome Cowan ....... Sam Becker
Stanley Adams ...... Pinky Ferguson
Alan Hewitt ........ Walden De Witt
Barry Kelley ....... Charlie
Ian Wolfe .......... Ellis Stone
Ken Lynch .......... Officer
Eddie Hanley ....... Motorist
Roy Darmour ........ Prison Guard

Synopsis:
An imprisoned safe cracker is asked by the warden to open a nearby

bank vault to save an elderly banker who is trapped inside. [RF]

 

2.31 [59] Kraft Suspense Theatre: CONNERY'S HANDS (final episode)

 Prod. no. LP32344
01Jul65 NBC Thur

Producer Leon Benson
Written by William Wood
Directed by Leon Benson
starring

Peter Breck  ........ Wiley Bondesen
Gary Lockwood ...... Frank Connery
Shelly Manne ....... Hermy
Ric Marlow ......... George
Richard Slattery ... Lester
Sally Kellerman .... Jean Severin
Don Gordon ......... Millard Severin
Richard Angarola ... Club Owner
Francine Pyne ...... Blonde

John Willis ........ Newscaster
Synopsis:
A very sick businessman brings his wife's piano playing ex-lover into

 his home in order to carry out his sadistic plan. [RF]

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