CTVA US Crime - "Longstreet" (Sterling Silliphant/Paramount/ABC) (1971-72) starring James Franciscus

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Longstreet (1971-72)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Trevor Douglas, Rina Fox
references:
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Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
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LONGSTREET
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Sterling Silliphant productions
in association with
Paramount Pictures Television

for
ABC (Thursdays 9:00pm EST)
Executive Producer Sterling Silliphant
Produced by Joel Rogosin

US Detective series 1971-72 90 min pilot + 23 episodes x 60 min
starring
James Franciscus as Mike Longstreet
Peter Mark Richmond as Duke Paige (Bradford Dillman in pilot)
Marlyn Mason as Nikki (Martine Beswick in pilot)
Bruce Lee as Li Tsing
Seeing Eye Dog as Pax

Premise:
Mike Longstreet lost his wife and his eyesight in a bomb blast meant to kill him. But Longstreet refuses to give in, or be
less than what he was -- the best insurance investigator in New Orleans. Along with, and most often over the objections of
his secretary/assistant Nikki and his best friend Duke Paige, (head of investigations for the major insurance company in the
Gulf Coast) Longstreet perseveres in a business, and a world meant only for sighted people.
The premise is outrageous -- a blind private investigator? But anyone familiar with Sterling Silliphant productions knows
his style is aimed at showing viewers a slice of life they normally wouldn't see. This time, we "see" it through Longstreet's
other senses. Bruce Lee, still a relative unknown at the time, guest stars in the first episode "The Way of the Intercepting
Fist" to teach Mike how to defend himself, and move past "accepting" his "condition."

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 Longstreet: Pilot TV Movie (90 minutes)
23Feb71 ABC Movie of the Week; rebroadcast 09Sep71 ABC Thur
Written by: Stirling Silliphant
Directed by: Joseph Sargent
Starring:
James Franciscus ......... Mike Longstreet
Bradford Dillman ......... Duke Paige
John McIntire ............ Dr. Dan Stockman
Jeanette Nolan ........... Alice Longstreet
Martine Beswick .......... Nikki Bell
Barry Russo .............. Lt. Kirk Gantry
Judy Jones ............... Ingrid Longstreet (Mike's wife)
Barney Phillips .......... Dr. Richards
Martin Kosleck ........... Von Marks
Lisabeth Field ........... Nurse
Lincoln Demyan ........... Inspector
James De Closs ........... Police Sergeant
Synopsis 1:
Mike Longstreet is a New Orleans insurance investigator who is happily married to his lovely wife, Ingrid, until someone
leaves a bomb for Mike hidden in a champagne bottle. Ingrid opens it and dies in the explosion, which also leaves Mike
blinded. Mike takes a crash course in how to get along in the world and then immediately sets out to find those responsible
for the bomb.
Synopsis 2:
Hot shot insurance investigator Mike Longstreet is blinded by an explosion that kills his wife. Mike is determined to cope
with his handicap and bring those responsible to justice, with the aid of Dr. Dan Stockman, Nikki Bell and Duke Paige. [TD]

Note:
All episodes after the pilot had
Peter Mark Richman as Duke Paige and Marlyn Mason as Nikki Bell.
Ann Doran joined the cast as Mrs. Kingston, Mike's housekeeper/cook.

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ABC (Thursdays 9:00pm EST)

1.1 [--] Longstreet: THE WAY OF THE INTERCEPTING FIST
16Se71 ABC Thur
prod. no. 2
Written by: Stirling Silliphant
Directed by: Don McDougall
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Lou Gossett [Jr.] ........... Sgt. Cory
John Milford ................ Jim Bolte
Bruce Lee ................... Li Tsung (recurring)
Johnny Haymer ............... Harv
Del Monroe .................. Gunman
Brett Pearson ............... Pete
Bruce Kirby ................. Truck Driver
Eugene Peterson ............. Arvin
Ray Galvin .................. Pier Guard [Jessie]
Synopsis:
Mike is attacked by three thugs on the street, who were sent to warn him away from an investigation into the hijacking of
a number of trucks from the shipping docks. He is rescued by Li Tsung (Bruce Lee), an antique dealer who also happens to be a
an expert in Jeet Kune Do (which was Bruce Lee's own style of improvisational martial art). Mike convinces Li to teach him
Jeet Kune Do and the viewer gets to watch Bruce Lee's teaching style. Mike then uses his new knowledge to help break the case.

1.2 [--] Longstreet:  A WORLD OF PERFECT COMPLICITY
23Sep71 ABC Thur
prod. no. 1
Written by: Stirling Silliphant
Directed by: Jud Taylor
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
James Broderick ........... Hank
Josephine Hutchinson ...... Lydia Duval
Beverlee McKinsey ......... Sue Hazelton
Fred Beir ................. Tom Hazelton
Douglas Henderson ......... Sidney Benbrook
Mark Roberts .............. Mr. Courtney
Darlene Conley ............ Mrs. Benbrook
Patricia Winters .......... Mrs. Courtney
Geoffrey Lewis ............ Houston
Jennie Blackton ........... Secretary
Alex Gerry ................ Albert Duval
Mike Kopcha ............... Private Patrolman
Brad Williams ............. Range Officer
Synopsis:
Mike and Nikki go undercover as husband and wife while investigating a series of
burglaries at a posh highrise, with suspects abound. [TD]
Excellent script by Stirling Silliphant.

1.3 [--] Longstreet: ONE IN THE REALITY COLUMN (shooting title "The Witness")
30Sep71 ABC Thur
prod. no. 6
Written by: Lionel E. Siegel
Directed by: Don McDougall
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Victor French ............ Dolph Cottle
Tyne Daly ................ Marci Pierce
Murray MacLeod ........... Ben Cottle
Wesley Lau ............... Defense Attorney
Fred Holliday ............ Prosecuting Attorney
Mark Tapscott ............ Lt. Martinson
Med Flory ................ Charlie
Ed Prentiss .............. Judge
Norman Leavitt ........... Truck Driver
Nick Dennis .............. Nick
Jerome Guardino .......... Cab Driver
Claude Johnson ........... Policeman
Synopsis:
Mike is kidnapped, drugged, and left to die on an old abandoned freighter. Nikki and Duke are desperate when he is
missing for 15 hours -- and then returns with no memory of where he has been or who might have done this to him.

1.4 [--] Longstreet: SO, WHO'S FRED HORNBECK?
07Oct71 ABC Thur
prod. no. 3
Written by: Sandor Stern
Directed by: David Lowell
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Victor Jory ............. Fred Hornbeck
Martha Scott ............ Louisa De Carie
Michael Ontkean ......... David De Carie
Leonard Stone ........... Means,
Lynn Hamilton ........... Mary Rose Carter
William Patterson ....... Henri De Carie
Len Wayland ............. Sheriff Pyke
Virginia Capers ......... Nurse
Walter S. Baldwin, Jr. .. Mr. Porter
Jimmy Pelham ............ Red Carter
Bert Kramer ............. Officer Grove
Synopsis 1:
A man has spent 10 years in prison for a murder he claims he did not commit.
Penniless and ignored by the authorities, he asks Mike to help him find the real killer.
Synopsis 2:
Mike attempts to clear the name of man who spent ten years in prison, for a murder he claims he did not commit. [TD]

1.5 [--] Longstreet: ELEGY IN BRASS
14Oct71 ABC Thur
prod. no. 5
Written by: Steven Lord
Directed by: David Lowell Rich
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
(no Duke)
Guest stars:
Brock Peters ........... Danny
Janet MacLachlan ....... Molly Richards
Robert DoQui ........... Gus Pollack
Logan Ramsey ........... Clayton
Berry Kroeger .......... Truman Deckbar
Joel Fluellen .......... Jimbo Rollins
Bill Walker ............ Joe-the-Butcher Powell
Ed Peck ................ Det. Lt. Toomey
Synopsis 1:
A valuable old coronet and some other items are stolen from the Jazz Society
and a man is left dead. Mike investigates -- but is an old friend mixed up in the crime?
Synopsis 2:
When Mike discovers the body of the director of the New Orleans Jazz Society,
he becomes involved in both a murder and the theft of an antique coronet and other valuable items. [TD]

1.6 [--] Longstreet: SPELL LEGACY LIKE DEATH
21Oct71 ABC Thur
prod No. 9
Teleplay by: Sy Salkowitz and Mark Rogers; Story by Sy Salkowitz
Directed by: Paul Krasny
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Barry Nelson .......... Les Bailey
Louise Latham ......... Maxine Bailey
Bruce Lee ............. Li Tsung (recurring)
Anthony Caruso ........ Captain Dimirjian
Paul Mantee ........... Sergeant Aubrey
Synopsis:
A bomber has a grudge against Mike and threatens to kill thousands by blowing up a bridge unless the city pays him
$500,000 within two hours. What reason could the bomber have for wanting Mike to deliver the money other than deadly
payback for a past grievance?

1.7 [--] Longstreet: THE SHAPE OF NIGHTMARES
28Oct71 ABC Thur
prod. no. 7
Written by: Stirling Silliphant
Directed by: James Neilson
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
(No Duke)
Guest stars:
Dana Elcar .............. Dr. Burlen
Paul Koslo .............. Bobby Karp
Nora Meadows ............ Mrs. Dutton
William Smith ........... Captain Montana
Scott Walker ............ Caleb
Michael C. Gwynne ....... Harper
Patricia Mattick ........ Laura
Myron Healey ............ Warden Hammond
Timothy Scott ........... Levinson
Roger E Mosley .......... Guard
Synopsis:
Mike enters a state prison to investigate the death of a prisoner. A widow's
insurance claim hinges on whether the reported hanging was suicide or murder.

1.8 [--] Longstreet: THE GIRL WITH THE BROOM (a.k.a The Portrait of Martin Looten)
04Nov71 ABC Thur
prod. no. 4
Written by: Reuben Bercovitch
Directed by: Lee Phillips
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Tim O'Connor .............. Dr. Franklin
Shelley Fabares ........... Marianne Franklin
Nan Martin ................ Mrs. Franklin
Michael Bell .............. Casey Davenport
Melendy Britt ............. Lenore Crowley
Gregory Morton ............ Peter Kellman
Val Bisoglio .............. Garvey
Stacy Keach, Sr. .......... Warden Lewis
Christopher Ashton ........ William Kellman
John Sebastian ............ Lt. Webber
Synopsis 1:
A Rembrandt is stolen from a wealthy couple's home, and the owner doesn't think a blind insurance investigator is
able to handle the job. Duke insists on keeping Mike on the case, but how far will he go in trusting his friend's
instincts on this investigation?
Synopsis 2:
Mike must deliver the ransom money when a priceless Rembrandt painting is stolen,
however, the owner doubts a blind insurance investigator can handle the task. [TD]

1.9 [--] Longstreet: WEDNESDAY'S CHILD
11Nov71 ABC Thur
prod. no 10
Teleplay by: Stephen Kandel and Mark Rogers; Story by Howard Browne
Directed by: Jeannot Szwarc
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Tim McIntire .............. Richard Swift
Gene Evans ................ Fred Decker
Bruce Lee ................. Li Tsung (recurring)
Marion Ross ............... Ilene Decker
Virginia Vincent .......... Dora Wyman
Nellie Burt ............... Sara Wyman
Paul Fix .................. Dan Schirmer
Synopsis 1:
Nikki is kidnapped after buying an old sewing machine at an auction. It turns out someone hid something very valuable in
the sewing machine -- and it is up to Mike, Duke, and Li Tsung to find out what it is and bring it to the kidnappers
before they kill Nikki.
Synopsis 2:
Following the purchase of an old sewing machine, Nikki is kidnapped. Mike enlists the aid of Duke and Li to discover
what is so valuable in the machine and deliver it to the kidnappers before Nikki is killed.

1.10 [--] Longstret: I SEE, SAID THE BLIND MAN
18Nov71 ABC Thur
prod. no. 12
Written by: Sandor Stern
Directed by: Leslie H. Martinson
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Lee Harcourt Montgomery ... Rudy Krim
Bruce Lee ................. Li Tsung (recurring)
Bert Freed ................ Lt. Ryder
George Murdock ............ Burt Oaks
John Lupton ............... Don Krim
Francine York ............. Ellie
Nora Marlowe .............. Mrs. Metcalfe
Kip King .................. Dr. Fowler
Frances Spanier ........... Sylvia Krim
Darwin Joston ............. Gary Stephens
Kasey Rogers .............. Nancy Oaks
Jerry Hausner ............. Arnie
Bartlett Robinson ......... Executive
Frank Farmer .............. Veterinarian
Synopsis 1:
Mike and Pax stumble across a murder, and Pax is stabbed. Mike's anger over the attack
on Pax mixes with his frustration at being an "eyewitness" who can't see and thus isn't
taken seriously by the murderer or the police.So Mike launches an investigation of his own to identify the killer.
Synopsis 2:
After “witnessing” a murder in which Pax is stabbed, Mike is frustrated that no one
takes him seriously and launches his own investigation to bring the killer to justice. [TD]

1.11 [--] Longstreet: THIS LITTLE PIGGY WENT TO MARQUETTE
02Dec71 ABC Thur
prod. no. 13
Written by: Robert Malcolm Young
Directed by: Charles Dubin
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Barry Sullivan ........... Jordan Anderson
Madlyn Rhue .............. Kim Anderson
Michael Strong ........... Max Jackowitz
Lloyd Gough .............. Dr. Kentbrook
Larry Pennell ............ Ward Blakeman
Anne Barton .............. Mrs. Jackowitz
Ted Gehring .............. Marty Thorpe
Sandra Balson ............ Secretary
Jack Manning ............. Building Manager
Synopsis :
Mike is hired to investigate a string of trailer thefts at a trucking company.
Synopsis 2:
Mike investigates the disappearance of thirty ‘piggy-back’ trailers with the help of Max Jackowitz. [TD]

1.12 [--] Longstreet: THERE WAS A CROOKED MAN (a.k.a. No Bad Times, No Blighted Memories)
09Dec71 ABC Thur
prod. no. 14
Written by: John Furia and Mark Rodgers
Directed by: Don McDougall
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Murray Hamilton ......... Nelson Woodley
Pippa Scott ............. Julia Woodley
Mills Watson ............ Charles Murphy
Danielle De Metz ........ Michelle
Rafael Campos ........... Eddie
James B. Sikking ........ Lt. Madison
Johnny Silver ........... Groom #2
William Harmatz ......... Groom #2
Laird Stuart
Synopsis 1:
A thoroughbred horse is held for ransom and those responsible want Mike to deliver the money, thinking that a blind man
would be unable to identify them or their location. But Mike is more observant than the extortionists imagined.
Synopsis 2:
Mike acts as a go-between when a thoroughbred racehorse is stolen and held for ransom. [TD]

1.13 [--] Longstreet: THE OLD TEAM SPIRIT
16Dec71 ABC Thur
prod. no. 8
Written by: Robert Hamner
Directed by: James Sheldon
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Leif Erickson ............ Harold Kemp
John Ericson ............. Frank Glendon
Grace Albertson .......... Frances Kemp
Laura Miller ............. Leona Porter
Ed Lauter ................ Detective
Chuck Tailer ............. Gibson
Sean Morgan .............. Dispatcher
Gina Lance ............... Waitress
Eugene Price ............. Neal Porter
Synopsis:
Mike finds himself faced with conflicting emotions when he works with his old mentor investigating a series of armored car robberies.

1.14 [--] Longstreet: THE LONG WAY HOME
30Dec71 ABC Thur
prod. no. 11
Written by: Richard Landau
Directed by: Don McDougall
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Susan Oliver ............. Paula Brickley
Skip Homeier ............. Ben
David Huddleston ......... Walter Glenn, Personnel Director
Rosemary De Camp ......... Emma Brickley
John McLiam .............. Paul Brickley
Frank Whiteman ........... Charlie
John Harmon .............. Manager
Mike Griswold ............ Mitchell
Judith Doty .............. Sue
Jerry Cook ............... Himself
Tony Thomas .............. Cab Driver
William J. Couch ......... Charles Claridge
Synopsis:
Mike assumes a false identity to find out who's behind a series of robberies in a plant manufacturing electronic parts.

1.15 [--] Longstreet: LET THE MEMORIES BE HAPPY ONES
06Jan72 ABC Thur
prod. no. 15
Teleplay By Mark Rodgers/ Story By Dick Nelson
Directed by Jeffrey Hayden
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Rosemary Forsyth ......... Hannah Aalborg
Karl Swenson ............. Sven Aalborg
Jim Antonio .............. John Lang
Lonny Chapman ............ Lt. Crane
Milton Selzer ............ Dr. Slater
Ed Lauter ................ Uniformed Officer
James Lemp ............... Gunman
Synopsis 1:
Mike finally meets his sister-in-law Hannah, but their encounter is marred by an attempt on the life of Hannah's husband Sven.
Synopsis 2:
The husband of Mike’s sister-in-law is the victim of an assassination attempt and Mike investigates. [TD]

1.16 [--] Longstreet: SURVIVAL TIMES TWO (possibly a.k.a. "The Wild Country")
13Jan72 ABC Thur
prod. no. 16
Written by: Mark Rodgers
Directed by: James H. Brown
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Neville Brand ........... La Brien
Robert Donner ........... Fourchet
Jan Shepard ............. Alice Paige
Synopsis 1:
Mike and Duke head into the bayou in search of a man who is suspected of dynamiting an oil rig. But things get complicated
when their guide abandons them and Duke is bitten by a poisonous snake.
Synopsis 2:
Mike and Duke search the bayou for a man suspected of dynamiting an oil rig. Complications arise when the pair a abandoned
by their guide and Duke is bitten by a poisonous snake. [TD]

1.17 [--] Longstreet: EYE OF THE STORM
20Jan72 ABC Thur
prod. no. 17
Written by: Shimon Wincelberg
Directed by: Don McDougall
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Collin Wilcox-Horne ...... Verna
Claude Akins ............. Flecker
James Callihan ........... Royce
Lizabeth Hush ............ Mrs. Royce
Jonathan Lippe ........... Dunstan
Phillip Pine ............. Aiello
Synopsis 1:
Mike travels to a lonely diner to retrieve a jade chess set from a mysterious thief known only as Mr. Smith. A bus breaks
down and strands the passengers at the diner and later a patron is knifed during a power outage caused by a storm. Mike must
determine who among them could be responsible before anyone else falls victim to the killer.
Synopsis 2:
Mike meets a stranger in a desolate bus stop café in order to turn over a large sum of money to retrieve a jade chess set
from a mysterious thief known only as Mr. Smith. Passengers are stranded at the diner when their bus breaks down. A storm
causes a power outage and one of the patrons is knifed and Mike must determine who is responsible before the killer strikes again. [TD]

1.18 [--] Longstreet: PLEASE LEAVE THE WRECK FOR OTHERS TO ENJOY
27Jan72 ABC Thur
prod. no. 19
Written by: Stirling Silliphant
Directed by: Alex Singer
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
John McIntire .......... Dr. Dan Stockton
Wendell Burton ......... Russ Larsen
Dean Harens ............ Doctor
Norman Kaplan .......... Himself
And:
The Students And Staff Of The Foundation For The Junior Blind
Synopsis 1:
When Nikki is hurt in a hit-and-run accident, Mike falls into a depression. Mike's old mentor Dan Stockton
(from the pilot movie) pressures Mike into helping a newly-blinded young man find a reason to live. Will Mike
find a reason to go on fighting as well?
Synopsis 2:
Mike falls into a depression when Nikki is injured in a hit and run accident. Dan pressures Mike into helping a
recently blinded young man find a reason to live. [TD]

1.19 [--] Longstreet: ANATOMY OF A MAYDAY
03Feb72 ABC Thur
prod. no. 18
Written by: Robert W. Lenski
Directed by: James H. Brown
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Jeremy Slate ........... Barry Knox
Stephen McNally ........ Gillman
Arch Johnson ........... Mr. Ryles
Harold J Stone ......... Emory Taggart
Kathie Browne .......... Connie Gillman
Ross Hagen ............. Carl
John Kellogg ........... Lt. Le Beau
Synopsis 1:
When Mike's friend Barry sends out a mayday and then disappears at sea,
Mike sets out to find some answers.
Synopsis 2:
Mike refuses to believe that his friend Barry Knox’s disappearance at sea
was the result of an accident and launches his own investigation. [TD]

1.20 [--] Longstreet: SAD SONGS AND OTHER CONVERSATIONS
10Feb72 ABC Thur
prod. no. 20
Teleplay by Sandor Stern/ Story By Sandor Stern and Joel Rogosin
Directed by: Don McDougall
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Brooke Bundy ........... Nurse Kelly Brandon
John Colicos ........... Arnold Zaduck
Dennis Olivieri ........ Andy Woodman
Jeanne Cooper .......... Nurse Emery
Richard Anderson ....... Daniel Bates
Frank Maxwell .......... Lt. Ed Palucci
William Wellman Jr ..... Doctor
Synopsis 1:
Longstreet attempts to penetrate a figurative smoke screen after a hospital fire in which three patients lost their lives.
Synopsis 2:
Mike investigates a suspicious hospital fire which resulted in the death of  three patients. [TD]

1.21 [--] Longstreet: FIELD OF HONOR
17Feb72 ABC Thur
prod. no. 21
Written by: Herman Groves
Directed by: Charles S. Dubin
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Robert Horton .......... Jim Collins
Bernie Casey ........... Ray Eller
Tol Avery .............. Alex Roebling
Robert Mandan .......... John Holt
Byron Mabe ............. Delano
Charles Picerni ........ Reager
David Young ............ Dave Winslow
Keith Walker ........... Reporter
Art Kevin .............. Reporter
Synopsis 1:
Mike tries to decipher a problem involving a professional gambler and a pro quarterback.
Synopsis 2:
Mike goes to the aid of a professional football player who becomes involved with a gambler. [TD]

1.22 [--] Longstreet: THROUGH THE SHATTERING GLASS
24Feb72 ABC Thur
prod. no. 22
Written by: Jackson Gillis
Directed by: James H. Brown
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Stacy Harris ........... Jim Carlton
Lee Meriwether ......... Miss Cooper
Peggy McCay ............ Mrs. Ames
William Bramley ........ Leonard Ames
Ron Masak .............. Vic
Don McGovern ........... Fred
John Kellogg ........... Lt. Le Beau
Kenneth Tobey .......... Lt. Gifford
Eldon Quick ............ Bellboy
Dallas Mitchell ........ Tourist
Sharyn Winters ......... Waitress
Beverly Moore .......... Second Waitress
Synopsis:
Mike arranges an elaborate ruse to prove that an accident in an elevator shaft was deliberate murder.

1.23 [--] Longstreet: THE SOUND OF MONEY TALKING (final episode)
02Mar72 ABC Thur
prod. no. 23
Written by: Richard Shapiro
Directed by: Don McDougall
Starring: James Franciscus (as Mike Longstreet)
Guest stars:
Peter Haskell ........... Roy Landers
Luke Askew .............. Murph
Walter Burke ............ Virgil Willis
Vic Tayback ............. Victor Thanatos
Norman Leavitt .......... Motel Manager
Barbara Bosson .......... Teller
Simon Scott ............. Mr. Benton
Bill Sully .............. Henry, Guard
Herb Vigran ............. Bartender
Bing Russell ............ Police Lieutenant
Bette Lou Palivoda ...... Secretary
Synopsis 1:
Mike's efforts to solve a bank robbery are complicated by Nikki's romantic interest in one of the suspects.
Synopsis 2:
Mike investigates a bank robbery in which one the suspects is romantically involved with Nikki. [TD]

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