CTVA US Crime - "The Lone Wolf" (1954-55) starring Louis Hayward

CTVA
The Classic TV Archive - US Crime Series

Gross-Krasne Productions:-
"Big Town" (1950-56)
  "Mayor of the Town" (1954-55)   "O.Henry Playhouse" (1957)    "Glencannon" (UK, 1957-58)
 "The Lone Wolf" (US, 1954-55)  "The Pursuers" (UK, 1961-62)
"Adventures of a Jungle Boy" (1957)   "African Patrol" (1958-59)
The Lone Wolf (1954-55)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
Contributions by:
Tom Alger, John King, Micky DuPree, Hank Moore, Rina Fox, Alex Jay
references:
Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)

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THE LONE WOLF (a.k.a. 'Streets of Danger')
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A Gross-Krasne Production (Jack J. Gross and Philip N. Krasne)
Distributed by United Television Programs, Inc.
Filmed at California Studios, Hollywood, U.S.A.
Lone Wolf West Corporation
Beecham Products, Inc.
for First-Run Syndication
Produced by  Donald Hyde
Based on the stories by Louis Joseph Vance
US Detective series 1954-55   39 episodes x 30 min bw
starring
Louis Hayward
as Michael Lanyard

Premise:
Stories of a globe-trotting gentleman rogue who fights crime.

"The Lone Wolf used a coin as a calling card, and the program always opened
with a shot of that coin, which he has tossed onto a bar or table and it
would spin, as a coin does, until it stopped and you could see that there
was the image of a wolf on it and the words "The Lone Wolf" inscribed
around the circumference."
Jerry W Stubblefield (Asheville, NC, orig. from Texas) <jstubblefield@juno.com>

Casting Director: Lynn Stalmaster

Louis Hayward returned to episodic television with
"The Pursuers" (1961-62) filmed in the UK

Gross-Krasne Productions (Jack J.Gross and Philip N. Krasne) also produced:
'Mayor of the Town' starring Thomas Mitchell (1954) 39 episodes US
'O.Henry Playhouse' starring Thomas Mitchell (1956) 39 episodes US
'Glencannon' starring Thomas Mitchell (1957-58) 39 episodes UK
"Adventures of A Jungle Boy" st: Michael Carr Hartley (1957) 13 eps- Africa
'African Patrol' starring John Bentley (1957-58) 39 episodes UK-Africa
'The Pursuers' (xp: Jack J. Gross) st: Louis Hayward (1961-62) 39 episodes UK

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Episodes listed in production no. order with Copyright Dates

   1.01 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE LAS VEGAS STORY (1954)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 1 (copyright date 14May54)
Original Teleplay by Robert C. Dennis
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by Bernard Girard
Director of Photography: Frederick Gately, A.S.C.
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Nancy Gates ....... Dena Lane
Paul Langton ...... Steber
DeForest Kelley ... Nick Kohler (as DeForrest Kelley)
Jack Lambert ...... De Carlo
Dona Drake ........ Lee
Russ Conway ....... Thomas
Jerry Paris ....... Paul
Gus Schilling ..... Ace Held
Synopsis:
In this first episode of the series Lanyard arrives in Las Vegas
on vacation, where he gets involved with a cop and his brother who is wanted for murder.
Synopsis 2:
A date with a beautiful cabaret singer leads Mike into a web of murder and intrigue. [RF]

1.02 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE BLUE LANTERN STORY (1954)
(a.k.a "Copper Mountain Lodge")
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 2 (copyright date 14May54)
Written by Mindret Lord
Directed by Bernard Girard
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Henry Slate ....... Lew
Vici Raaf ......... Amy Lou
Lewis Martin ...... Calvin
Eileen Howe ....... Lillian
Frank Kreig ....... Fred
Maureen Stevenson.. Lila
Jean Byron ........ Receptionist
Synopsis 1:
When notorious felons start dropping off the radar, Laynard investigates by going to the Blue Lantern Tavern.
Synopsis 2:
Mike investigates the disappearance of some hoods and gets involved with the international crime set. [RF]

1.03 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE ART STORY (a.k.a. "The Painting")(1954)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 3 (copyright date 14May54)
Orignal Teleplay by Al C. Ward
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by Bernard Girard
Director of Photography: Joseph Biroc, A.S.C.
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Rita Johnson ...... Millie
John Doucette ..... Pete Casman
Lowell Gilmore .... Paul Giraud
Birgit Nielsen .... Anna
John Larch ........ Lt. Cellars
Jack Reitzen ...... Sergeant
Charles Watts ..... George Jensen
Al Murphy ......... Jim Warner
Synopsis:
Lanyard flies to Los Angeles to clear the name of an old friend accused of stealing a priceless Van Gogh painting.
Synopsis 2:
Mike helps a Pulitzer Prize-winning newsman indicted for robbery and murder.

1.04 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE SAN FRANCISCO STORY (1954)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 4 (copyright date 14May54)
Produced by Donald Hyde
Teleplay by Bernard Girard
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by Bernard Girard
Director of Photography: Joseph Biroc
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Ted De Corsia ..... Angus Morgan
Kay Stewart ....... Mary Morgan
Julie Mitchum ..... Lillie
Roy Engel ......... Browder
Synopsis 1:
Mike searches for the supposedly dead leader of a global underground traffic ring.
Synopsis 2:
Lanyard searches for a friend's daughter and husband.

1.05 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE EMERALD RING (1954)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 5 (copyright date 14May54)
Teleplay by Mindret Lord
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by Bernard Girard
Director of Photography: Joseph Biroc, A.S.C.
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Helen Westcott .... Elaine
Barney Phillips ... Collins
Wally Cassell ..... Gus
Lorna Thayer ...... Babe
Byron Keith ....... John
Synopsis 1:
Lanyard (Louis Hayward) must find a young heir whose only identifiable feature is an emerald ring.
Synopsis 2:
A beautiful, spoiled heiress disappears and Mike is commissioned to track her down.

1.06 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE AVALANCHE STORY (1954)
(a.k.a. "Time Bomb")
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 6 (copyright date 14May54)
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Ernest Borgnine
Horace McMahon
Gladys Holland
John Alvin
Joe Crehan
Synopsis:
Mike is implicated in the murder of two government couriers.

1.07 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE CHINESE STORY (1954)
(a.k.a. "Intrigue")
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 7 (copyright date 14May54)
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest cast:
Michael Strong .... Ti Ling
Kam Tong .......... Chang
Paul Bryar ........ Parker
Synopsis:
Mike becomes involved in a “Fear Campaign” in San Francisco's Chinatown. [RF]

1.08 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE MINISTER STORY (1954)
(a.k.a "Nightmare in a Small Town")
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 8 (copyright date 14May54)
Teleplay by Antony Ellis
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by Bernard Girard
Director of Photography: Nick Musuraca
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Henry Morgan ...... Reverend Hallam
Robert Osterloh ... Jack Procter
Dan Riss .......... Deputy Sheriff
Allene Roberts .... Ellen Hallam
Tudor Owen ........ Bishop Morley
Jess Kirkpatrick .. Bartender
Synopsis :
Mike helps a old friend who has been threatened with murder. [RF]

1.09 [--] The Lone Wolf: THE PHOENIX-NEWHALL STORY (1954)
(a.k.a. "The Newhall Story")
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 9 (copyright date 14May54)
Written & Directed by Bernard Girard
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Mary Beth Hughes .... Barbara Kincaid
Tom Powers .......... Tom Steele
Frank Ferguson ...... Sheriff Lea
Richard Benedict .... Babe Janno
Gil Frye ............ Philip Borne
Francis Pierlot ..... Fenton Scully
Ruth Robinson ....... Mrs. Scully
Maxine Marlowe ...... Frances
Virginia Brissac .... Mrs. Bell
Synopsis:
Mike tries to help a friend who is in danger of being murdered and ends up a suspect.

1.10 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE SKID ROW STORY
(a.k.a "The Dan McGee Story")
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 10 (copyright date 14May54)
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast: [HM]
Margaret Field
Peter Brocco
Eugene Borden
Johnny Silver
Sid Saylor
Fred Coby
Synopsis:
At the request of Father Picard, Lanyard defends a death row inmate with 36 hours to live.
Synopsis:
An inhabitant of skid row is booked for the murder of a policeman and Mike investigates the case. [RF]

1.11 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE ITALIAN STORY (a.k.a "Joey")
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 11 (copyright date 14May54)
Orignal Teleplay by Al C. Ward
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by george waGGner
Director of Photography: Nick Musuraca
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Adele Mara .......... Marilyn
Carole Mathews ...... Janet Lemaire
Paul Picerni ........ Chick Walsi
Argentina Brunetti... Mama Crocetti
Jim Anderson ........ Martie
Harry Tyler ......... Harry the Pen
Frank Puglia (verify)
Synopsis 1:
Mike flies to Italy to help a friend who had once saved his life, and finds himself in a gambling racket.
Synopsis 2:
Lanyard visits Chicago to help a family get rid of an exiled impostor.

1.12 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE SAVAGE (1954)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 12 (copyright date 04Oct54)
Written by Al C. Ward
Directed by Rod Amateau
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Michael Granger ... Colonel Kendell Land
Michael Pate ...... Suva Polege
Felicia Farr ...... Gerda Van Ryck
Lucien Littlefield .. Van Ryck
George Keymas ..... Lt. Tonana
Peter Coe ......... Poli
Tony Martinez ..... Muggy
Synopsis 1:
Lanyard searches for reasons why some island natives have returned to their ancient, barbaric rituals.
Synopsis 2:
When Lanyard goes to a South Sea island in search of a friend, he is immediately arrested. [RF]

1.13 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE LAST BALLET STORY
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 13 (copyright date 15Sep54)
Produced by Donald Hyde
Teleplay by Donald Hyde
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by Alfred E. Green
Director of Photography: Charles Van Enger, A.S.C.
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Adela Mara ........ Alene
Celia Lovsky ...... Madam Chappell
Ian Wolfe ......... Inspector Holmen
Kathleen Crowley .. Nicki
John Mylong ....... Duval
Synopsis:
Lanyard investigates the apparent suicide of a world-famous ballerina.
Synopsis 2:
While visiting in London, Lanyard learns that a ballet dancer is
receiving threatening letters. [RF]

1.14 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE PALM SPRINGS STORY
(aka "Deep Sea Diving")
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 14 (copyright date 04Oct54)
Written by Al C. Ward
Directed by Alfred E. Green
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Elisha Cook Jr. ... Chris
Jimmy Dodd ........ Russ
Tina Carver ....... Mary
Geralyn Oliver .... Joanie
Dick Wessel ....... Basey
Synopsis 1:
A deep sea diver pilfers silver off a sunken vessel.
Synopsis 2:
Mike gets a call from two sea-diving friends. One has been charged with
looting salvage, the other has problems of his own. [RF]
Synopsis 3:
When $10,000 in silver is stolen off a sunken ship by a deep sea diver,
Lanyard must figure out if the diver responsible is one of his friends.

1.15 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE LAGUNA MALIBU STORY (1954)
(a.k.a. "The Malibu Story")
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 15 (copyright date 14May54)
Written by Mindret Lord
Directed by Bernard Girard
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Marjorie Lord ..... Lori Race
Tony Barrett ...... Brian Race
Rhys Williams ..... Dr. Glopius
Peter Coe ......... Arturo Rienzi
Gena Gilbert ...... Indra
Synopsis 1:
A week-end party becomes an adventure for Mike Lanyard when it takes a dangerous turn. [RF]

1.16 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE SMUGGLING STORY (1954)
(a.k.a "Smugglers' Cruise")(a.k.a. "The Long Beach Story")
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 16 (copyright date 14May54)
Written & Directed by Bernard Girard
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast: [RF]
Barbara Billingsley .. Jean Arnold
Burt Mustin ....... Bracken
Stephen Bekassy ... Henri Felix
Isabell Dwan ...... Frankie Ludwig
Bob Nichols ....... Sam
Tom Jackson ....... Lt. Diggers
Synopsis:
A Hong Kong jewel robbery leads to the murder of a ballet dancer.
Synopsis 2:
A cab ride with a ballet dancer (Barbara Billingsley) leads Mike to a
smuggling racket and murder.

1.17 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE MURDER STORY (a.k.a "Psychiatric Patient")
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 17 (copyright date 17May54)
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
DeForest Kelley ... Ted Hopkins
Ann Barton ........ Carol Palmer
Michael Pate ...... Dr. Bill Roche
Freida Inescort ... Mrs. Folsom
Synopsis:
Mike tangles with a "murderer" who wants to tell the whole world the details. [RF]

1.18 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE DEPARTMENT STORE STORY
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 18 (copyright date 17May54)
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Jean Parker
Virginia Brissac
Walter Reed
Harry Lewis
Synopsis:
Lanyard helps an elderly housekeeper discover a fortune.
Synopsis 2:
Mike learns that a housekeeper who inherited a fortune is slated to be the victim of a plot. [RF]

1.19 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE ROBBERY STORY
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 19 (copyright date 28May54)
Produced by Donald Hyde
Teleplay by Bernard Girard
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by Chris Nyby
Director of Photography: Nick Musuraca
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Walter Sande ...... Hendricks
Dorothy Arnold .... Nancy St. Clair
Aaron Spelling .... Loran
Ben Welden ........ Murray Fitch
George Barrows .... Joe Reed
Alfred Linder ..... Phillips
Tom Dugan ......... Manager
Synopsis:
Lanyard searches for the jewel robber-killer who struck down an old friend.
Synopsis 2:
A jewelry-store owner is robbed and murdered, and Mike vows to find the killer. [RF]

1.20 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE WIFE STORY
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 20 (copyright date 28May54)
Produced by Donald Hyde
Teleplay by Antony Ellis
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by Chris Nyby
Director of Photography: Nick Musuraca
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
John Doucette ..... Arnold Richman
Kristine Miller ... Kay Richman
Dabbs Greer ....... Tellen
Michael Colgen .... Martin
Synopsis 1:
A crazed husband holds Lanyard hostage in a garden cottage.
Synopsis 2:
Mike runs into gunplay and a love triangle while fishing in a mountain stream. [RF]

1.21 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE JET STORY (a.k.a "Test Flight")
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 21 (copyright date 29Jun54)
Produced by Donald Hyde
Teleplay by Al C. Ward
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by Christian Nyby
Director of Photography: Nick Musuraca, A.S.C.
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Lamont Johnson .... Les
Sally Brophy ...... Martha
Morri Ankrum ...... Jim Cartwright
Tina Thompson ..... Jib
John McKee ........ Radar Operator
Synopsis:
Lanyard challenges an airplane designer to pilot one of his accident-prone planes.
Synopsis 2:
An electronics engineer suspects the test flight of a new plane was sabotaged. [RF]

1.22 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE PLANETARIUM STORY (1954)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 22 (copyright date 15Jun54)
Written by Mindret Lord
Directed by Christian Nyby
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Alan Dexter ....... William Colder
Lou Krugman ....... Rimm
Peter Hansen ...... Jackson Smith
Steven Geray ...... Groom
Robert Burton ..... Man
Clarence Lung ..... Chou
Synopsis:
Lanyard must find the buyer of a top-secret microfilm.
Synopsis 2:
Mike must keep a top-secret strip of microfilm from getting into the wrong hands. [RF]

1.23 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE RUNAWAY (a.k.a. "Hit and Run")
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 23 (copyright date 29Jun54)
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast: [HM]
Irene Hervey
Patricia Knight
Michael Fox
Richard Avonde
Ben Cameron
Joe Forte
Synopsis:
Mike doubts that his friend Thomas East, a successful criminal lawyer,
was the victim of a hit-and-run driver. [RF]

1.24 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE HONOLULU STORY (1954)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 24 (copyright date 15Jun54)
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast: [HM]
Kenneth Tobey
Victor Sen Yung
Philip Tonge
Serena Sande
Dan Seymour
Steven Ritch
Synopsis:
Lanyard goes to Honolulu to crack a smuggling ring.
Synopsis 2:
Mike runs into a scientific smuggling device in Hawaii. [RF]

1.25 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE CARNIVAL STORY (1954)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 25 (copyright date 29Jun54)
Teleplay and Director: george waGGner
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Veola Vonn ........ Rubye
Herb Ellis ........ Gibson
Marcel Rousseau ... Jarvo
Danny Beck ........ Jarvette
Gabor Curtiz ...... Monique
Sheila Connolly ... Theresa
Synopsis:
On vacation, Lanyard visits two old friends at a circus. But why is an insurance investigator working there?
Synopsis 2:
Mike attempts to solve the murder of a carnival clown. [RF]

1.26 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE SAN PEDRO HARBOR STORY (1954)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 26 (copyright date 22Jul54)
Written by Mindret Lord
Directed by Seymour Friedman
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Virginia Grey ..... Alma Firenzi
Antony Eustrel .... Ahmen Hussein Cantelli
Robert Williams ... Orin Mark
Synopsis:
Lanyard checks rumors about a jewel-smuggling playboy king.
Synopsis 2:
Lanyard investigates a royal playboy who may be trying to smuggle
valuable gems into the U.S. [RF]

1.27 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE STAMP STORY (1954)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 27 (copyright date 22Jul54)
Produced by Donald Hyde
Teleplay by Bernard Girard
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by Seymour Friedman
Director of Photography: Nick Musuraca, A.S.C.
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
John Hoyt ......... Anno
June Vincent ...... Jean
Tudor Owen ........ Traynor
Gene D'Arcy ....... Barton
Synopsis:
Lanyard masquerades as a stamp collector after being hired to recover
a rare and valuable Algerian stamp, but everything is not as it
appears.
Synopsis 2:
Mike is hired to return a missing stamp worth $100,000 to the rightful owner. [RF]

1.28 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE PLANTATION STORY (a.k.a "Suva") (1954)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 28 (copyright date 22Jul54)
Written by Mindret Lord
Directed by Seymour Freidman
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Henry Morgan ...... Jim Strait
Frances Rafferty .. Angela Connors (Vance's stepdaughter)
Walter Kingsford .. Vance Connors
Marvin Miller ..... Colonel Valenza
*
(These actors are NOT listed in the closing credits of this episode:
Michael Pate, Tony Martinez, Michael Granger, Randy Farr, Lucien Littlefield,
George Keymas, Peter Coe. Perhaps they belong to another episode.)
[Alex Jay/APAonTV <AmyCAlexJ@aol.com>]

1.29 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE STOCK STORY (1954)
(aka "Pursuit")
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 29 (copyright date 15Sep54)
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest cast:
Beverly Garland ... Nancy
Evelyn Scott ...... Fran
Jay Adler ......... Anton Morgay
Havis Davenport ... Helen Harper
Michael Granger ... Lt. Browder
Synopsis 1:
Mike is kidnapped by two thugs while going to San Francisco to investigate a murder. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Lanyard ends a five year search for a man that double crossed him and murdered his business partner.

1.30 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE CARLSBAD BIG LIE STORY (1954)
(a.k.a. "Flying Saucer")
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 30 (copyright date 15Sep54)
Filmed in the San Fernando Valley
Produced by Donald Hyde
Teleplay by Al C. Ward
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by Seymour Friedman
Director of Photography: Charles Van Enger, A.S.C.
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Burt Mustin ....... Gooch Jeffords
Laura Elliott ..... Judity Jeffords (aka Kasey Rogers - "Bewitched", "Peyton Place")
Barney Phillips ... Colonel Davis
Denver Pyle ....... Kargar
Harry Harvey ...... Kelly
Leonard George .... Long Bow
Synopsis 1:
Lanyard heads south when an old friend reports sighting a flying saucer.
Synopsis 2:
Mike's old friend Gooch Jeffords, a teller of tall tales, claims he has seen a flying saucer. [RF]

1.31 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE HUNT (1954)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 31 (copyright date 15Sep54)
Produced by Donald Hyde
Teleplay by Al C. Ward
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by Alfred E. Green
Director of Photography: Charles Van Enger, A.S.C.
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Eddie Gaar ........ Uncle Jack
Dan Riss .......... Dr. Warner
Pat Dane .......... Lorna
Joe Besser ........ Cupie
Synopsis:
A cholera epidemic threatens when a criminal carrying the diseasesecretly enters the country.
Synopsis 2:
Mike helps the authorities track down a man who is carrying cholera. [RF]

1.32 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE WEREWOLF STORY (1954)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 32 (copyright date 15Sep54)
Produced by Donald Hyde
Teleplay by Mindret Lord
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by Seymour Friedman
Director of Photography: Charles Van Enger, A.S.C.
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Doris Lloyd ....... Mrs. Grafton-Bern
John Wengraf ...... Prince Bruzova
Teresa Tudor ...... Princess Zia
Paul Cavanagh ..... Junius Dean
Karl Lindt ........ Father Stephan
Synopsis:
A castle and the threat of werewolves send Lanyard to the Balkans.
Synopsis 2:
The lawyer of a wealthy woman calls Mike in to protect his client from a bad deal. [RF]

1.33 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE OIL STORY (1954)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 33 (copyright date 04Oct54)
Produced by Donald Hyde
Teleplay by Al C. Ward
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by Alfred E. Green
Director of Photography: Charles Van Enger, A.S.C.
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest cast:
John Doucette ..... Blake
Jean Willes ....... Ed
Bill Phillips ..... Creep
Anabelle Shaw ..... Anita
Eugene Mazzola .... Kip
Synopsis:
Lanyard is asked to find a woman's six-year-old son, whom she believes was
kidnapped by his father. Lanyard searches for the boy through the oil fields
of Oklahoma.
Synopsis 2:
Mike is asked to find a woman's six-year-old son, who has been abducted by his father. [RF]

1.34 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE BOY STORY (a.k.a "Johnny No Name")(1954)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 34 (copyright date 04Oct54)
Produced by Donald Hyde
Teleplay by Herb Perdum
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by Alfred E. Green
Director of Photography: Charles Van Enger, A.S.C.
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Anthony Numkena ... Johnny
Harris Brown ...... MacGregor
Strother Martin ... Nick
Ray Walker ........ Platt
Stanley Adams ..... Tom
Synopsis:
Lanyard (Louis Hayward) becomes involved in a murder investigation when
a homeless boy tries to sell a used gun. Lanyard suspects the gun had
something to do with a shooting the night before.
Synopsis 2:
Mike suspects that the gun offered him by a boy had something to do
with a shooting the night before.

1.35 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE SKI STORY (1954)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 35 (copyright date 02Dec54)
Written by Al C. Ward
Directed by Alfred E. Green
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Paula Corday ...... Renee
Tom Powers ........ Carl Olsen
Suzanne Tafel ..... Collette
Joan Elan ......... Jeanne
Alan Dexter ....... Sheriff Wade
Synopsis:
Mike is on the scene when murder strikes a Sun Valley ski meet. [RF]

1.36 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE JUAREZ-KARACHI STORY (1954)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 36 (copyright date 05Sep54)
Produced by Donald Hyde
Teleplay by Bernard Girard
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by Alfred E. Green
Director of Photography: Charles Van Enger, A.S.C.
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Kristine Miller ... Lynn
Lowell Gilmore .... El Radman
Carl Millitaire ... Roger
Louis Charles ..... Singh
Leonard Strong .... Shalmar
Richard Karlan .... Imad
Al Linder ......... Baquar
Synopsis:
Lanyard protects the son of religious cult leader.

1.37 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE MEXICO STORY (a.k.a "Aztec Treasure")
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 37 (copyright date 05Nov54)
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast: [HM]
Paul Richards
Joi Lansing
Lita Milan
James Anderson
Martin Garralga
Tony Russo
Synopsis 1:
The death of an archaeologist in Mexico spurs Lanyard into a search for a fortune in Aztec gold coins.
Synopsis 2:
A stranger with an even stranger proposition sends Mike on a mission to Mexico. [RF]

1.38 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE BEVERLY HILLS STORY (a.k.a. "Blackmail")
Gross-Krasne prod. no.38 (by elimination)
Produced by Donald Hyde
Teleplay by Herb Perdum
Based upon "The Lone Wolf" stories by Louis Joseph Vance
Directed by Rodney Amateau
Director of Photography: Charles Van Enger, A.S.C.
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Rose Marie Bowe ... Bonnie
Roy Roberts ....... Caradoc
Lee Sharon ........ Airline Salesgirl
John Gallaudet .... Police Captain
Rex King .......... Fish
Lindy Heidt ....... Hotel Clerk
Synopsis:
Lanyard meets a con artist.

1.39 [--] The Lone Wolf: Memo: THE ARENA (1954)
(final episode)
Gross-Krasne prod. no. 39 (copyright date 02Dec54)
Starring:
Louis Hayward (as Michael Lanyard)
Guest Cast:
Barbara Billingsley
Burt Mustin ....... Gooch Jeffords
Willis Bouchey
Bill Phipps
Bob Jackson
Stephen Bekassy
Synopsis:
Lanyard's close friend is murdered.
Synopsis:
Mike visits a deceased friend's children, who accuse each other of murdering their father. [RF]

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