CTVA US Crime - "Dante" (Four Star/NBC)(1960-61) starring Howard Duff

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Dante (1960-61)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Tom Alger, Rina Fox, David Blake
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Four Star-Satyr production
for
NBC (Mondays 9:30 pm EST)
US Detective series 1960-61 26 episodes x 30 min bw
starring
Howard Duff
as Willie Dante
with:
Alan Mowbray as Stewart Styles
Tom D'Andrea as Biff
James Nolan as Inspector Loper

Premise:
The story of Willie Dante, a former gambler-turned owner of the
San Francisco-based nightclub "Dante's Inferno". Dante carries his
shady history, and old-time buddies Biff and Stewart, into the operation
of his legit nightclub, but neither the cops nor the badguys really believe
he's done with the underworld however.

Background:
Dick Powell had previously played Willie Dante in several (8) episodes of
Four Star Playhouse (1952-56)

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NBC Mondays 9:30 pm Eastern

 1.01 [--] Dante: ONE FOR THE BIRDS
3Oct60
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1.02 [--] Dante: OPENING NIGHT (verified on film)
(c) 1960 Four Star-Satyr production
10Oct60 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Aaron Spelling
Directed by Ida Lupino
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Robert Simon ........ Frank Diniakos
Mort Mills .......... Lt. Robert Malone
Jack Kruschen ....... Ben Simon
Carol Kent .......... Redhead
Damion O'Flynn ...... Mr. Hawkins
Angela Stevens ...... Mrs. Hawkins
Jack Mann ........... 1st Reporter
Norm Alden .......... 2nd Reporter
Jack Grinnage ....... Cub Reporter
Nan Peterson ........ Suzy
Don Orlando ......... Chef
Ralph Gamble ........ Waiter
Hal Needham ......... Bill Armstrong
Harry Babbit ........ Doorman
*
Director of Photography, George Diskant, A.S.C.
Music by Leith Stevens/ Music Supervision, Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor, Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director, Bill Ross
Associate Producer, Harold Jack Bloom
Production Manager, Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director, Edward Denault
Art Director, Bill Glasgow
Sound, Tommy Thompson
Set Decorations, Chet Bayhi & John Sturtevant
Wardrobe, Robert B. Harris
Edited by Sherman A. Todd, A.C.E.
Sound Effects, Norval Crutcher, Jr.
Music Editor, Aubrey Lind
Makeup Artist, Nicky Marcellino
Casting, Marjory McKay
Synopsis:
It's opening night for a new restaurant, trouble arises when a
death occurs. [RF]

1.03 [--] Dante: THE FELINE TRAVELER (verified on film)
(c) 1960 Four Star-Satyr production
17Oct60 NBC Mon 9:30pm
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Harold Jack Bloom
Directed by Richard Kinon
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Pat (Patricia) Medina ... Lulu
Jackie Loughery ...... Emily
Jerry Wayne .......... Mason
Joe Ruskin ........... Smitty
Gregg Martell ........ Chopper
Art Lweis ............ Luigi
Thomas Nello ......... Lester
Arthur Lovejoy ....... Door
*
Music by Leith Stevens/ Music Supervision, Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor, Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director, Bill Ross
Associate Producer, Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Production Manager, Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director, Ray Taylor
Edited by Sherman Todd, A.C.E.
Art Director, George Renne
Sound, Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor, Richard Berres
Sound Effects, Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration, John Burton
Makeup Artist, Phil Rhodes
Wardrobe, Robert B. Harris
Casting, Marjory McKay
Synopsis:
Lester Kling has been plugged by a pair of hoods, but he manages to
find sanctuary in Dante's office. He's just about to tell why he
was shot when the gunmen arrive to finish the job. [TA]

1.04 [--] Dante: DANTE'S DILEMMA (verified on film)
(c) 1960 Four Star-Satyr production
31Oct60 NBC Mon 9:30pm
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Teleplay by Harold Jack Bloom /Story by E. Jack Neuman
Directed by Richard Kinon
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Richard Hale .......... Brian Royce
Maureen Leeds ......... Merrilee Royce
Robert Nash ........... Harvey Bassler
Roxanne Arlen ......... Polly McManus
Isabel Withers ........ Nurse Hawken
William Hudson ........ Kingsley Royce
Robert Hoy ............ Ralph
Jimmie Cross .......... Eddie
Ralph Gary ............ Leon
Mark Tapscott ......... Turnkey
*
Music by Leith Stevens
Music Supervision: Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor: Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross
Associate Producer: Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography: Chas E. Burke
Production Manager: Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director: John Chulay
Edited by Ted J. Kent
Art Director: George Renne
Sound: Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor: Richard Berres
Sound Effects: Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration: John Burton
Makeup Artist: Phil Rhodes
Wardrobe: Robert B. Harris
Casting: Marjory McKay

1.05 [--] Dante: THE MISFORTUNE COOKIE (verified on film -DB)
(c) 1960 Four Star-Satyr production
7Nov60 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Harold Jack Bloom
Directed by Richard Kinon
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Lisa Lu ............. Mai-Ling
James Shen .......... Quan
Mary Jane Croft ..... Alma Jenks
Barbara Hines ....... Girl
Peter Chong ......... Fred
Mario Siletti ....... Lavelli
Jim Bannon .......... Man
Charles Horvath ..... Jojo
James Nolan ......... Inspector Ryan
Arthur Lovejoy ...... Max
John W. Logan ....... Hoag
*
Music by Leith Stevens / Music Supervision: Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor: Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross
Associate Producer: Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography: Chas E. Burke
Production Manager: Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director: John Chulay
Edited by Les Orlebeck
Art Director: George Renne
Sound: Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor: Richard Berres
Sound Effects: Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration: John Burton
Makeup Artist: Paul Malcolm
Wardrobe: Robert B. Harris
Casting: Marjory McKay

1.06 [--] Dante: SAN QUENTIN QUILL
14Nov60 NBC Mon
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1.07 [--] Dante: THE UNCLEAN GREEN (verified on film)
(c) 1960 Four Star-Satyr production
21Nov60 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Palmer Thompson
Directed by Richard Kinon
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Dolores Donlon ......... Angela
Ted Stanhope ........... Clarence Reed
Arthur Batanides ....... Police Lt. Farrow
Nolan Leary ............ Jackson Polk
Larry Perron ........... Jimmy Marks
Stanley Becker ......... Little Arnie
John Cliff ............. Vic Clover
Alvin Greenman ......... Ned
Vance Howard ........... Clerk
*
Music by Leith Stevens/ Music Supervision, Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor, Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director, Bill Ross
Associate Producer, Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Production Manager, Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director, Robert White
Edited by Chandler House, A.C.E.
Art Director, George Renne
Sound, Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor, Richard Berres
Sound Effects, Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration, John Burton
Makeup Artist, Paul Malcolm
Wardrobe, Robert B. Harris
Casting, Marjory McKay
Synopsis:
Stolen money is planted in Dante's nightclub

1.08 [--] Dante: THE BAVARIAN BARBARIANS (verified on film)
(c) 1960 Four Star-Satyr production
28Nov60 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by A. Sanford Wolf and Irwin Winehouse
Directed by Richard Kinon
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Carol Ohmart ......... Nora McKay
Narda Onyx ........... Princess Stephanie
John Banner .......... Baron Von Zenger
Olan Soulé ........... Meyerhoff
Marc Platt ........... Lieutenant
Lennie Bremen ........ Man
Mike Masters ......... Leo
Paul Grant ........... Technician
*
Music by Leith Stevens/ Music Supervision, Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor, Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director, Bill Ross
Associate Producer, Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Production Manager, Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director, Cy Brooskin
Edited by Richard Heermance, A.C.E.
Assistant Art Director, George Renne
Sound, Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor, Richard Berres
Sound Effects, Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration, John Burton
Makeup Artist, Paul Malcolm
Wardrobe, Robert B. Harris
Casting, Marjory McKay

1.09 [--] Dante: MY PAL, THE BULLSEYE (verified on film -DB)
(c) 1960 Four Star-Satyr production
5Dec60 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Jack Laird
Directed by Richard Kinon
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Joyce Jameson ........ Priscilla Standish
Joan Marshall ........ Samantha Lee
John Anderson ........ Harrigan
Byron Morrow ......... Oglesby
Kay E. Kuter ......... The Emperor
Richard Harrison ..... Ladislaus Kowalski
*
Music by Leith Stevens / Music Supervision: Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor: Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross
Associate Producer: Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography: Chas E. Burke
Production Manager: Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director: Cy Brooskin
Edited by Arthur D. Hilton
Assistant Art Director: George Renne
Sound: Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor: Richard Berres
Sound Effects: Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration: John Burton
Makeup Artist: Paul Malcolm
Wardrobe: Robert B. Harris
Casting: Marjory McKay

1.10 [--] Dante: THE JOLLY ROGER COCKTAIL (verified on film)
(c) 1960 Four Star-Satyr production
19Dec60 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Harold Jack Bloom
Directed by Harry Harris, Jr.
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Edward Platt ......... Paul Horgan
Andrea King .......... Crystal
William Schallert .... Earl Fenner
Ken Patterson ........ Benson
Shirley Mitchell ..... Nurse
Jana Lund ............ Girl
Gail Bonney .......... Old Maid
And:
Chana Eden ........... Mademoiselle
*
Music by Leith Stevens /Music Supervision: Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor: Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross
Associate Producer: Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography: Chas E. Burke
Production Manager: Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director: Martin Moss
Edited by Richard Heermance, A.C.E.
Art Director: George Renne
Sound: Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor: Richard Berres
Sound Effects: Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration: John Burton
Makeup Artist: Paul Malcolm
Wardrobe: Robert B. Harris
Casting: Marjory McKay
Synopsis:
A crooked businessman named Benson strangles his partner, then learns that
bookkeeper Earl Fenner set the stage for the murder in order to indulge in
a little blackmail. [RF]

1.11 [--] Dante: A PUNCH FROM JUDY (verified on film)
(c) 1960 Four Star-Satyr production
26Dec60 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Arthur Dales
Directed by Richard Kinon
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Joan Tabor ........... Judy Blake
Jackie Russell ....... Alice
Ted DeCorsia ......... Casey
Ray Montgomery ....... Russ Davis
Chris Alcaide ........ Nick Steele
Jack McCall .......... Max
Music by Leith Stevens / Music Supervision: Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor: Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross
Associate Producer: Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography: Chas E. Burke
Production Manager: Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director: Cy Brooskin
Edited by Les Orlebeck
Art Director: George Renne
Sound: Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor: Richard Berres
Sound Effects: Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration: John Burton
Makeup Artist: Paul Malcolm
Wardrobe: Robert B. Harris
Casting: Marjory McKay
Songs Featured: "Sunday Kind of Love" "I Got it Bad & that Ain't Good"

1.12 [--] Dante: DON’T COME ON’A MY HOUSE (verified on film)
(c) 1961 Four Star-Satyr production
02Jan61 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Harold Jack Bloom
Directed by Richard Kinon
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Audrey Dalton ........ Hazel Kennicut
Hayden Rorke ......... Alvin Boyer
Lillian Bronson ...... Mrs. Martha Ross
Joseph Mell .......... Jerry
Fred E. Sherman....... Tom
Stafford Repp ........ John Lloyd
*
Music by Leith Stevens /Music Supervision: Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor: Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross
Associate Producer: Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography: Chas E. Burke
Production Manager: Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director: Robert White
Edited by Ted J. Kent
Assistant Art Director: George Renne
Sound: Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor: Richard Berres
Sound Effects: Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration: John Burton
Makeup Artist: Paul Malcolm
Wardrobe: Robert B. Harris
Casting: Marjory McKay
Synopsis
In his will, a dying Englishman leaves a large house in San Francisco
to Willie Dante as payment for a gambling debt.

1.13 [--] Dante: WINE, WOMEN, AND WILLIE (verified on film)
(c)1961 Four Star-Satyr production
09Jan61 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Harold Jack Bloom
Directed by Richard Kinon
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Jacqueline Scott ....... Helen Rogers
Barbara Hines .......... Selma
Karl Lucas ............. Roscoe
Dell-Fin Thursday ...... Tondelayo
George Baxter .......... Parmalee
Daniel Casabian ........ Mechanic
And:
Robert Strauss ......... Eddie Wayne
*
Music by Leith Stevens/ Music Supervision, Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor, Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director, Bill Ross
Associate Producer, Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Production Manager, Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director, Edward Haldeman
Edited by Sherman Todd, A.C.E.
Assitant Art Director, George Renne
Sound, Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor, Richard Berres
Sound Effects, Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration, John Burton
Makeup Artist, Paul Malcolm
Wardrobe, Robert B. Harris
Casting, Marjory McKay

1.14 [--] Dante: DIAL D FOR DANTE (verified on film)
(c) 1961 Four Star-Satyr production
16Jan61 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Joel M. Rapp & Charles R. Marion
Directed by Alan Crosland, Jr.
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Lori Nelson .......... Cynthia Rogers
Jan Shepard .......... Pregnant Wife
Harry Jackson ........ Husband
Michael Fox .......... Joe Conway
James Nolan .......... Inspector Loper (recurring)
Herman Rudin ......... Delivery Man
Nelson Olmsted ....... Carl Bricker
*
Music by Leith Stevens/ Music Supervision, Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor, Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director, Bill Ross
Associate Producer, Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Production Manager, Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director, John Chulay
Edited by Les Orlebeck
Assistant Art Director, Russell Forrest
Sound, Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor, Richard Berres
Sound Effects, Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration, John Burton
Makeup Artist, Paul Malcolm
Wardrobe, Robert B. Harris
Casting, Marjory McKay
Synopsis:
Carl Bricker is retiring, and sets up a trust fund for Dante. The
beneficiary in the event of Willie's death? A professional assasin. [RF]

1.15 [--] Dante: THE DEVIL TO PAY (verified on film)
(c) 1961 Four Star-Satyr production
23Jan61 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Joseph Calvelli
Directed by Alan Crosland, Jr.
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Tracey Roberts ........ Edie Horn
John Day .............. Roy Larkin
Shirley Ballard ...... Kelly
Joseph Ruskin ......... Vince Mandell
Jack Lambert .......... Nick
James Nolan ........... Inspector Loper (recurring)
Frank Sully ........... Pop
Frankie Van ........... Referee
Barbara English ....... Girl
*
Music by Leith Stevens/ Music Supervision, Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor, Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director, Bill Ross
Associate Producer, Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Production Manager, Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director, Edward Haldeman
Edited by Chandler House, A.C.E.
Art Director, George Renne
Sound, Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor, Richard Berres
Sound Effects, Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration, John Burton
Makeup Artist, Paul Malcolm
Wardrobe, Robert B. Harris
Casting, Marjory McKay
Synopsis:
Roy Larkin, once a classy fighter, is on boxing's road to oblivion, and
his sleazy manager Vince Mandell is no help. When Dante hears that his
old pal Larkin is tied up with Mandell, he wants to know why. [RF]

1.16 [--] Dante: DANTE RIDES AGAIN (verified on film -DB)
(c) 1961 Four Star-Satyr production
30Jan61 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Harold Jack Bloom
Directed by Alan Crosland, Jr.
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Antony Carbone ......... Chick Loomis
Myron Healey ........... Johnny Poco
Hugh Sanders ........... Sergeant Rennick
Cindy Girard ........... Girl
and Guest:
Nita Talbot ........... Lily
*
Music by Leith Stevens / Music Supervision: Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor: Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross
Associate Producer: Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography: Chas E. Burke
Production Manager: Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director: Robert White
Edited by Arthur D. Hilton
Art Director: George Renne
Sound: Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor: Richard Berres
Sound Effects: Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration: John Burton
Makeup Artist: Paul Malcolm
Wardrobe: Robert B. Harris
Casting: Marjory McKay

1.17 [--] Dante: DANTE'S FICKLE FATE (verified on film)
(c) 1961 Four Star-Satyr production
06Feb61 NBC Monday
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Jack Laird
Directed by Christian Nyby
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Ruta Lee ............. Peggy Braddock
Murvyn Vye ........... Steve Braddock
Ted (Theodore) Marcuse ..... Oliver
James Nolan .......... Inspector Loper (recurring)
Harry Harvey, Sr. .... Little Man (Jason Pollock)
Hans Moebus .......... Chauffeur
*
Music by Leith Stevens / Music Supervision: Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor: Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross
Associate Producer: Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography: Chas E. Burke
Production Manager: Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director: John Chulay
Edited by William Mosher
Art Director: George Renne
Sound: Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor: Richard Berres
Sound Effects: Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration: John Burton
Makeup Artist: Paul Malcolm
Wardrobe: Robert B. Harris
Casting: Marjory McKay
Synopsis 1:
Peggy Braddock savors every word she's fed by a fortune teller named
Oliver, but her snickering husband Steve, breaks up the session.
Then Oliver tells Steve that he's going to be killed by a man named
Willie Dante. [TA]
Synopsis 2:
Dante gets caught up in his ex-girlfriends feminine wiles not knowing
she is married now. [RF]

1.18 [--] Dante: ACES AND EIGHTS ***** (verified on film)
(c) 1961 Four Star-Satyr production
13Feb61 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Teleplay by by Harold Jack Bloom / Story by William Spier
Directed by Alan Crosland, Jr.
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Dick Foran ......... Vance Mitchell
Ann Robinson ....... Stella
Dennis Patrick ..... Stacey Munford
Richard Bartell .... Fogarty
*
Music by Leith Stevens/ Music Supervision, Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor, Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director, Bill Ross
Associate Producer, Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Production Manager, Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director, Read Killgore
Edited by Les Orlebeck
Assistant Art Director, Russell Forrest
Sound, Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor, Richard Berres
Sound Effects, Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration, John Burton
Makeup Artist, Paul Malcolm
Wardrobe, Robert B. Harris
Casting, Marjory McKay

1.19 [--] Dante: LIGHT LADY, DARK ROOM (verified on film)
(c) 1961 Four Star-Satyr production
20Feb61 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Fred Freiberger and Harold Jack Bloom
Directed by Richard Kinon
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Christopher Dark ...... Marc Vantell
Arthur Hanson ......... Gregg
Jean Carson ........... Ginny Kane
Maurice Dallimore ..... Brigadier Tunstall
Norma Varden .......... Harriet Tunstall
Kathleen Hughes ....... Sara
Tina Carver ........... Blonde
Bill Chadney .......... Art
*
Music by Leith Stevens / Music Supervision: Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor: Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross
Associate Producer: Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography: Chas E. Burke
Production Manager: Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director: John Chulay
Edited by Richard Heermance, A.C.E.
Art Director: George Renne
Sound: Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor: Richard Berres
Sound Effects: Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration: John Burton
Makeup Artist: Paul Malcolm
Wardrobe: Robert B. Harris
Casting: Marjory McKay

1.20[--] Dante: NOT AS A CANARY (verified on film -DB)
(c) 1961 Four Star-Satyr Production
27Feb61 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Harold Jack Bloom
Directed by Alan Crosland, Jr.
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
John Berardino ........ Phil Diamond
Arvid Nelson .......... Monte Miller
Jerry Wayne ........... Dominick Miro
Pamela Duncan ......... Molly
Lewis H. Martin ....... Grandfather
Lewis Charles ......... Man
Alex Sharp ............ Cox
And:
Adele Mara ............ Julie
*
Music by Leith Stevens / Music Supervision: Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor: Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross
Associate Producer: Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography: Chas E. Burke
Production Manager: Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director: Read Killgore
Edited by Bill Mosher
Art Director: George Renne
Sound: Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor: Richard Berres
Sound Effects: Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration: John Burton
Makeup Artist: Paul Malcolm
Wardrobe: Robert B. Harris
Casting: Marjory McKay

1.21 [--] Dante: PICK A PECK OF DIAMONDS (verified on film)
(c) 1961 Four Star-Satyr production
06Mar61 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Teleplay by Berne Giler and Harold Jack Bloom / Story by Berne Giler
Directed by Richard Kinon
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Bek Nelson .......... Cara Chandler
Wilton Graff ........ Jay Morton
Ben H. Wright ....... Mullins
Elaine Davis ........ Erika
Howard O. Ledig ..... Police Sergeant
Howard Vann ......... Tom Evans
*
Music by Leith Stevens /Music Supervision: Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor: Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross
Associate Producer: Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography: Chas E. Burke
Production Manager: Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director: John Chulay
Edited by Les Orlebeck
Art Director: Jack De Shields
Sound: Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor: Richard Berres
Sound Effects: Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration: John Burton
Makeup Artist: Paul Malcolm
Wardrobe: Robert B. Harris
Casting: Marjory McKay
Synopsis:
Cara Chandler likes the idea of marriage so much she's planning two of
them. First she intends to wed elderly Jay Morton to gain possession of
a valuable diamond necklace. Once the baubles and beads are safely in
hand, she plans to divorce Morton and marry her true love, Tom Evans. [RF]

1.22 [--] Dante: DANTE IN THE DARK (verified on film)
(c) 1961 Four Star-Satyr production
13Mar61 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Tom Gries and Harold Jack Bloom
Directed by Richard Kinon
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Bert Freed ........ Detective Sgt. Rickard
Marion Ross ....... Meg Landry
Troy Melton ....... Harry Wilmot
Chuck Roberson .... Tate
Philip C. Harvey .... Joe Randall
*
Music by Leith Stevens/ Music Supervision, Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor, Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director, Bill Ross
Associate Producer, Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Production Manager, Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director, Ray Taylor
Edited by Les Orlebeck
Art Director, George Renne
Sound, Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor, Richard Berres
Sound Effects, Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration, Herman Schoenbrun
Makeup Artist, Paul Malcolm
Casting, Marjory McKay
Synopsis:
It's a happy night for Joe Randall and his girl Meg Landry - they've
decided to get married. They stop at the Inferno to tell Dante the good
news and as they leave, Randall is gunned down from a passing car. [RF]

1.23 [--] Dante: HUNTER WITH A BADGE (verified on film)
(c) 1961 Four Star-Satyr production
20Mar61 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Harold Jack Bloom
Directed by Alan Crosland, Jr.
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Eddie Firestone ....... Beansy
King Calder ........... Lt. Hildebrande
Ray Daley ............. Don Maddern
Richard Crane ......... Gary Cochran
Morgan Jones .......... Bruce Lloyd
And:
Charles McGraw ........ Frank Maddern
*
Music by Leith Stevens /Music Supervision: Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor: Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross
Associate Producer: Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography: Chas E. Burke
Production Manager: Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director: Darrell Hallenbeck
Edited by Edward Biery
Art Director: George Renne
Sound: Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor: Richard Berres
Sound Effects: Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration: Herman Schoenbrun
Makeup Artist: Paul Malcolm
Wardrobe: Robert B. Harris
Casting: Marjory McKay

1.24 [--] Dante: FRIENDLY ASSASSIN (verified on film)
(c) 1961 Four Star-Satyr production
27Mar61 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Harold Jack Bloom
Directed by Alan Crosland, Jr.
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Karen Steele ........ Nina
Leonard Strong ...... Pietro Luna
Ric Marlow .......... Johnny
James Nolan ......... Inspector Loper (recurring)
*
Music by Leith Stevens/ Music Supervision, Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor, Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director, Bill Ross
Associate Producer, Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Production Manager, Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director, James Engle
Edited by Bill Mosher
Art Director, George Renne
Sound, Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor, Richard Berres
Sound Effects, Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration, Herman Schoenbrun
Makeup Artist, Paul Malcolm, S.M.A.
Wardrobe, Robert B. Harris
Casting, Marjory McKay

1.25 [--] Dante: THE SESAME KEY (verified on film)
(c) 1961 Four Star-Satyr production
03Apr61 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Palmer Thompson
Directed by David Orrick McDearmon
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Nora Hayden ........... Gale Meadows
Joan Marshall ......... Sandra West
Tyler McVey ........... Lt. Bracken
Robert Hoy ............ Lance Hogarth
Dick Ryan ............. Superintendent
Byron Morrow .......... Martin Johnson
*
Music by Leith Stevens / Music Supervision: Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor: Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross
Associate Producer: Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography: Chas E. Burke
Production Manager: Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director: Edward Haldeman
Edited by Bill Mosher
Art Director: George Renne
Sound: Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor: Richard Berres
Sound Effects: Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration: James Roach
Makeup Artist: Paul Malcolm, S.M.A.
Wardrobe: Robert B. Harris
Casting: Marjory McKay

1.26 [--] Dante: AROUND A DARK CORNER (verified on film)
(c) 1961 Four Star-Satyr production 
10Apr61 NBC Mon
Produced by Michael Meshekoff
Written by Harold Jack Bloom
Directed by Alan Crosland Jr.
Starring: Howard Duff (as Willie Dante)
With: Alan Mowbrey (as Stewart); Tom D'Andrea (as Biff)
Guest Cast:
Paul Fix ........... Ramsey Collins
Arvid Nelson ....... Mitch
Ronald Long ........ Montenegro
James Nolan ........ Inspector Loper (recurring)
And:
Diana Millay ....... Marcy Collins
*
Music by Leith Stevens/ Music Supervision, Herschel Burke Gilbert
Production Supervisor, Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director, Bill Ross
Associate Producer, Harold Jack Bloom
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Production Manager, Norman S. Powell
Assistant Director, Ray Taylor
Edited by Bill Mosher
Art Director, George Renne
Sound, Stephen J. Bass
Music Editor, Richard Berres
Sound Effects, Milton C. Burrow
Set Decoration, Herman Schoenbrun
Makeup Artist, Paul Malcolm, S.M.A.
Casting, Marjory McKay
Synopsis:
Marcy Collins runs away from home. Her stepfather asks Dante to locate the
girl - she's an alcoholic with a penchant for trouble. [RF]

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