CTVA US Crime - "The Roaring 20's" (WB/ABC) Season 1 (1960-61)

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Starring Donald May, Rex Reason, Dorothy Provine
Season 1 (ABC) (1960-61)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
D.W. McGregor, Rina Fox, Gary Reid
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ABC Saturdays 7:30 pm Eastern (31 episodes)

1.1 [--] The Roaring 20's: BURNETT'S WOMAN (Series pilot-premiere)
15Oct60 ABC Sat
Executive Producer, William T. Orr/ Produced by Boris Ingster
Teleplay by Larry Welch / From a story by Sam Fuller
Directed by George Waggner
Regular Cast:
Rex Reason, Donald May, Dorothy Provine,
Gary Vinson, Mike Road
Guest Cast:
Madlyn Rhue ........... Julie Fiore
Lawrence Dobkin ....... Big Lou Burnett
John Hoyt
Penny Santon .......... Mrs. Fiore
Rusty Lane ........... Commissioner
Emile Meyer ........... MacDonald, (city editor)(recurring)
Joan Lora
Wally Brown ........... bartender (at a place called "The Pit")(recurring)
Carolyn Komant ........ Dixie (hat-check girl)(recurring)
Louise Glenn ......... Gladys
Keith Richards
Jimmy Cross
*
Director of Photography: Walter Castle.
Film Editor: Carl Pingitore
Art Director: LeRoy Deane

Synopsis:
Lou Burnett's moll Julie is accused of murdering the leader of a rival mob.

1.2 [--] The Roaring 20's: CHAMPAGNE LADY
22Oct60 ABC Sat
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
Starring: Rex Reason (as Scott Norris)
guest cast:
Robert Lowery ........ Lucky Marlow
Leslie Parrish ....... Bubbles LaPeer
Robert Rockwell ...... Mike Callahan
Synopsis:
Scott is planning an expose of corrupt city officials, and he thinks his pal Mike Callahan is a front. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Norris tries to prove that gangster Lucky Marlow is guilty of attempted murder and becomes the object of
Marlow's deadly wrath. [RF]

1.3 [--] The Roaring 20's: THE VELVET FRAME
29Oct60 ABC Sat
Directed by George Waggner
Starring:
Donald May (as Pat Garrison); Dorothy Provine (as Pinky Pinkham)
(Rex Reason - NOT in this episode)
Guest cast:
Gloria Talbott ...... Sandy
John Banner ......... Otto Bauer
Joel Donte .......... Al
James Flavin ........ Robert "Howie" Howard (recurring)
Daniel Ocho ......... Big Vince
Fred Essler ......... Max
Synopsis:
Pat Garrison has a story on inside workings of a vicious bootleg ring, but it leads to heartbreaking blackmail.
(UK airdate: 19May62 ITV Tyne-Tees, Sat 10:15pm)
Synopsis:
Garrison reveals civic leader Otto Bauer's gangster connections but the kindly old man insists he's innocent. [RF]

1.4 [--] The Roaring 20's: VENDETTA ON BLEECKER STREET
05Nov60 ABC Sat
Directed by Marc Lawrence
Guest Cast:
Andra Martin
Peter Mamakos ........ Zorich
Richard Sakal ........ Marko
Synopsis:
A jailed murderer refuses to give his proxy bride (Andra Martin) a divorce. Then he breaks prison with the
murders of his wife and her lover in mind. [RF]

1.5 [--] The Roaring 20's: THE PRAIRIE FLOWER
12Nov60 ABC Sat
Directed by Robert Altman
Starring: Donald May (as Pat Garrison)
Guest cast:
Patricia Crowley ..... Mary Lou Weatherbee
David White .......... Miles McMahon
Wynn Pearce .......... Otis
Patrice Wymore ....... Maxine
Synopsis:
Mary Lou Weatherbee is a girl from the Midwest who has spent her last dime to come to New York and get
on the stage. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Garrison helps a sweet, aspiring actress with steel-ribbed ambition in her career and finds himself deep
in backstage murder. [RF]

1.6 [--] The Roaring 20's: BROTHER'S KEEPER
19Nov60 ABC Sat (rerun 10Jun61)
Directed by Robert Altman
Guest cast:
Andrew Duggan ........ David Lawrence
Dianne Foster ........ Zena Lawrence
Grant Williams ....... George Lawrence
Synopsis:
A cool million in securities disappears from the staid banking institution of Lawrence and Company. In search of
a hot story, Pat wonders who could have embezzled the funds. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
It's a page-one story when a million in securities disappears from a bank vault to which no one has access but
the bank president. [RF]

1.7 [--] The Roaring 20's: JUDGE SEWARD'S SECRET
26Nov60 ABC Sat (rerun 17Jun61)
Directed by Charles F. Haas
Starring: Rex Reason (as Scott Norris)
Guest cast:
Whit Bissell ......... Judge Seward
Linda Watkins ........ Claire Seward
Sue Randall .......... Kathy Potter
Herman Rudin ......... Rossi
Synopsis:
In spite of threats against his life. Judge Seward is preparing to hear the case of a member of the
notorious Rossi mob. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Norris suspects that a judge's abduction and a newsboy's murder are the work of a vicious gangster.
Now all Norris needs is proof. [RF]

1.8 [--] The Roaring 20's: WHITE CARNATION
03Dec60 ABC Sat (rerun 24Jun61)
Directed by Robert Altman
Guest cast:
Ray Danton ........... Dan Brady
Frank de Kova ........ Ben Dorschel
Adam Williams ........ Sammie
Joseph Julian ........ Horner
Vincent Barbi ........ Georgie
Roland Kindhard ...... Al
Synopsis:
"Dandy" Dan Brady is out of jail and looking for revenge on the man who framed him - his old partner Ben Dorschel.
But Pinky, who's a friend of Brady's has a different idea - she thinks Brady needs protection from Dorschel's gang. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Released from prison, Dan Brady's problems are just beginning: he's trying to murder the man who framed him before
he gets killed himself. [RF]

1.9 [--] The Roaring 20's: BOLD EDITION
10Dec60 ABC Sat
Produced by Boris Ingster
Directed by George Waggner
Regular Cast:
Rex Reason, Dorothy Provine, Gary Vinson, Mike Road,
James Flavin, Wally Brown
(Donald May is NOT in this episode)
Guest Cast:
Joe Mantell ......... Eugene Jarech
Roxanne Arlen ....... Sheila
King Moody .......... Grizzly
Scott Norris suspects that gangster Eugene Jarech is responsible for the shooting of a newspaperman,
but before he can pinpoint the guilt, three innocent people are killed. [RF]
(UK airdate: 30Jun62 ITV Tyne-Tees, Saturday 11:00 pm)

1.10 [--] The Roaring 20's: LAYOFF CHARLEY
17Dec60 ABC Sat
Directed by Robert B. Sinclair
Starring: Rex Reason (as Scott Norris)
Guest Cast:
Parley Baer .......... C.W. Webster aka "Charley"
Theodore Marcuse ..... "The Man"
Isobel Elsom ......... Mrs. Vandercook
Synopsis:
Scott hears about a man named Charley who has an uncanny ability to pick the horses. "Charley" turns out to be
C.W. Webster, who on weekends poses as a prosperous insurance agent but during the week is a shabby news vendor. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Norris visits the race track looking for a mystery man who always picks winners. He finds him and trouble. [RF]

1.11 [--] The Roaring 20's: THE MAESTRO
07Jan61 ABC Sat
Directed by George Waggner
Starring: Donald May (as Pat Garrison)
Guest cast:
Mario Alcalde ........ Paolo Scarpi
Sharon Wiley ......... Gina
Anthony Caruso ....... Lombardi
Synopsis:
Opera star Paolo Scarpi arrives in New York but there's no music in the air. Garrison gets a tip that Scarpi's
going to be rubbed out. [RF]

1.12 [--] The Roaring 20's: DANCE MARATHON
14Jan61 ABC Sat
Written by Lee Loeb
Directed by Robert Altman
Starring: Rex Reason (as Scott Norris)
guest cast:
Peggy McCay ......... Libby Norton/ Jeannie
Claude Akins ........ Captain Victor Maples
Joe De Santis ....... Nick Zarvis
James Flavin ........ Robert "Howie" Howard (recurring)
Ruth Price .......... Dora
Dick Patterson ...... Herbie
Tommy Farrell
Wally Brown
Forrest Compton
John Close
Ronnie Dapo
Synopsis:
Scott Norris has a sneaking suspicion that Police Captain Maples is the man behind a blackmail racket.
There's no proof until Norris talks to marathon dancer Libby Norton. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Norris wants to expose a police captain as a blackmailer but he needs proof and marathon dancer Libby Norton
can give it to him. [RF]

1.13 [--] The Roaring 20's: BIG TOWN BLUES
21Jan61 ABC Sat (rerun 22Jul61)
Written by Shirl Hendryx
Directed by Robert Sparr
Starring: Donald May (as Pat Garrison)
guest cast:
Shirley Knight ....... Ellie Hollis
Peter Breck .......... Joe Peabody / Buddy Benedict
Karen Steele ......... Mae Dailey
Robert Carricart ..... Frankie Cardos
John Dennis .......... Gus
Gregory Gaye ......... Andre, Maitre 'd (recurring)
Synopsis:
Pinky talks Garrison into going to see trumpeter Joe Peabody at a roadhouse. Pat is impressed by the fact that
Peabody plays in the style of the late Buddy Benedict, a horn player supposedly assassinated by Chicago mobsters. [RF]
Synopsis:
One of Garrison's articles tips off mobsters that supposed murder victim Buddy Benedict is alive thus marking [RF]
him for a second murder attempt.
*Note: Jazz pianist Meade "Lux" Lewis appears in this episode as Jelly Sims.

1.14 [--] The Roaring 20's: CONEY RED HOTS
28Jan61
Directed by Charles F. Haas
Starring: Rex Reason (as Scott Norris)
Guest Cast:
Joe Gallison ......... Joe Mason
Judi Meredith ........ Greta Weber
Billy Gilbert ........ Gus Weber
Jerry Oddo ........... Lou Brazil
James Flavin ........ Robert "Howie" Howard (recurring)
Barbara Hines ........ Patsy
Harry Seymour ........ Commissioner Feeney
Buddy Lewis .......... Freddy the Mustard
Eileen Gallagher ..... Violet
Louise Glenn ......... Gladys
Gregory Gaye ......... Maitre D' (recurring)
Synopsis:
Scott Norris gets a request from help from Weber’s, a Coney Island restaurant that’s being pressured to buy
$100 per gallon mustard from Lou Brazil. [GR]
Synopsis 2:
Beer-garden owner Gus Weber isn't given much choice: he is told to pay "protection" or else. [RF]
Songs: Pinky sings “Baby Face”.

1.15 [--] The Roaring 20's: TWO A DAY
04Feb61 ABC Sat (rerun 29Jul61)
Directed by Robert Altman
Guest cast:
John van Dreelen ..... Alonzo the Great
Eileen O'Neill ....... Renee
Randy Stuart ......... Else
Robert McQueeney ..... Robert Dennis
Lyle Talbot .......... Harris
Billy M. Greene ...... Max
Synopsis:
Pinky hits the big time at the Palace Theater. Waiting backstage for her to go on, Pat notices escape artist Alonzo
the Great casting amorous glances at Renee, a dancer. There may be trouble, for Alonzo has a wife on the premises. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Escape artist Alonzo the Great has trouble getting out of this one: his wife caught him with another woman. [RF]

1.16 [--] The Roaring 20's: BLACK SATURDAY (verified -GR)
11Feb61 ABC Sat
Produced by ?
Written by ?
Directed by Edward Dein
Starring: Donald May (as Pat Garrison)
Guest cast:
Richard Rust ......... Johnny Martin
Penney Parker ........ Muriel Dunston
Claire Carleton ...... Ann Gray
Robert H. Harris ..... Archie Stone
John Nolan ........... Chipper
Alan Napier .......... Mr. Dunston
Allen Jaffe .......... Mr. Carney
Max Baer ............. Saunders
Robert Shield ........ Announcer
William Bakewell ..... Mr. Sorenson
Gregory Gay .......... Andre, Maitre’d (recurring)
Synopsis:
Pat Garrison (Donald May) investigates to see if Harwood University’s star player is being pressured by
Archie Stone to throw the big game on Saturday. [GR]
Synopsis 2:
Garrison uncovers a strange kind of blackmail that big-time gambler Arthur Stone is exerting on a
mixed-up football hero. [RF]

1.17 [--] The Roaring 20's: LUCKY CHARM
18Feb61 ABC Sat
Produced by Boris Ingster
Directed by George Waggner
Regular Cast:
Donald May, Rex Reason, Dorothy Provine,
Gary Vinson, Mike Road, James Falvin
Guest Cast:
Cesare Danova ....... King Cole
Arch Johnson ........ Big Dan Mahoney
Vincent Barbi ....... Ape Samuels
Sam Gilman .......... Happy Wertz
Billy M. Greene ..... Lefty Ferrity
Gregory Gay ......... Andre, Maitre 'd (recurring)
Arthur Kendall ...... First Hood
Gayla Graves ........ Hat Check Girl
Synopsis:
Although Pinky Pinkham (Dorothy Provine) is swept off her feet by the attentions of gambler King Cole, who claims
she brings him luck, Pat Garrison feels uneasy over the friendship, and uncovers facts to prove his suspicions.
(UK airdate: 16Sep61 ATV London, Sat 11:00 pm)
Synopsis 2:
Pinky falls for suave gambler King Cole, who's using her to bait his most hated rival.[RF]

1.18 The Roaring 20's: PIE IN THE SKY
25Feb61 ABC Sat
Directed by Robert Sparr
Starring: Rex Reason (as Scott Norris)
guest cast:
Will Hutchins ........ John L. Riley
Anthony Caruso ....... Lombardi
Jennifer West ........ Luana
Synopsis:
When lovesick John L. Riley decides to sit it out on a flagpole until attractive Evie Morrell agress to marry him,
Scott Norris finds himself sitting on a hot newspaper story. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
An imaginative suitor tries to talk his girl friend into marriage from a perch atop a flagpole. [RF]

1.19 [--] The Roaring 20's: THE VAMP
04Mar61 ABC Sat (rerun 12Aug61)
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
guest cast:
Ray Danton ........... Harry Shayne
Mari Blanchard ....... Zelda Valmy
Alex Gerry ........... Max Felix
Grace Gaynor ......... Mari Nari
Lewis Charles ........ Candy Candell
James Flavin ........ Robert "Howie" Howard (recurring)
Wally Brown .......... Chauncey Kowalski (recurring)
Carleton G. Young .... Boswell
Lennie Bremen ........ Benny
John Harmon .......... Hobart Q. Bushnell
Gregory Gay .......... Andre, Maitre'd (recurring)
Fifi D'Orsay ......... Mme. Poitou
Gayla Graves ......... Hatcheck Girl (recurring)
Synopsis:
The wrath of silent film magnate Max Felix has been unleashed by unfavorable publicity about his star actreess
Zelda Valmy. Felix blames press agent Harry Shayne for the fiasco and fires him. In the wholesome spirit of revenge,
Shayne hatches a scheme to send Zelda's star into total eclipse. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Fired by movie magnate Max Felix, a vengeful press agent hatches a scheme to put Max's girl friend, a young movie star,
into total eclipse. [RF]
*Note:
Fifi D'Orsay plays a French woman of the 1920's in this episode and is wearing her own authentic costume for the role.
She said, "The dress is the same that I wore when I played with Will Rogers in "They Had to See Paris" in 1929."

1.20 [--] The Roaring 20's: WAR WITH THE NIGHT HAWKERS
11Mar61 ABC Sat
Directed by George Waggner
guest cast:
Robert Lowery ........ Jimmy Tate
Dawn Wells ........... Gloria
James Flavin ........ Robert "Howie" Howard (recurring)
Paul Langton ......... Lt. Michael Carey
Tom Jackson .......... Pop Shipley
Joe di Reda .......... Pennell
Julian Barton ........ Bertie Chapman
Pat McCaffrie ........ O'Keefe
Synopsis:
The underworld is moving in on the taxi business, with reluctant cabbies winding up as hit-and-run victims.
Norris wants to steer clear of the whole business, but Chris becomes very much involved. He takes a job as a hackie.
Pinkie sings "Do All Your Living Today" and "Ain't She Sweet".
Synopsis 2:
The hit-run deaths of several cab drivers lead zealous Chris to a precarious vantage point as a cab driver.

1.21 [--] The Roaring 20's: THE TWELFTH HOUR
18Mar61
Directed by Irving J. Moore
Guest cast:
Gigi Perreau ......... Mary
Joseph Gallinson ..... Gerald North III
Wally Brown .......... Chauncey Kowalski
Bernard Fein ......... Hillman
Lillian Bronson ...... Zoe
Louise Glenn ......... Gladys
Carolyn Komant ....... Gladys
Synopsis:
A couple of rich impetuous youth spend the night on the town, have a great old time at the Charleston Club, that
winds up with one of them, Gerald North III, being framed for murder. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
A night on the town and a bit too much to drink leave young Gerald North III in a predicament: he's accused of
blackmail and murder. [RF]

1.22 [--] The Roaring 20's: THE SALVATION OF KILLER McFADDEN
01Apr61 ABC Sat
Directed by George Waggner
Guest cast:
Biff Elliot .......... Killer McFadden
John Hoyt ............ Quaine
Jean Allison ......... Joan
Dort Clark ........... Willy
Joey Faye ............ Bum
Synopsis:
Garrison tries to help "Killer" McFadden, whose love for a mission worker inspires him to reform. [RF]

1.23 [--] The Roaring 20's: THE FIFTH PIN
08Apr61 ABC Sat
Directed by Robert Sparr
Guest cast:
Michael Pate ......... Frankie Delain
Claire Griswold ...... Mary
Synopsis:
A dead policeman is found in mobster Frankie Delain's car, but someone else is convicted of the murder. Soon afterward,
devil dolls stuck with pins begin to turn up wherever Frankie goes. He fears his next hex will be his last. [RF]
Pinky sings, "Cuddle Up a Little Closer" and "You Took Advantage of Me".
Synopsis 2:
Superstitious mobster Frankie Delain is running scared. Devil dolls stuck with pins are turning up wherever he goes.[RF]

1.24 [--] The Roaring 20's: THE RED CARPET
15Apr61 ABC Sat
Directed by Robert Douglas
Guest cast:
Christine White ...... Helen Bond
John Ramondetta ...... Anthony Dormer
James Flavin ........ Robert "Howie" Howard (recurring)
Robert Cornthwaite ... Counselor
Dean Stanton ......... Fingers
Edgar Barrier ........ Colonel Popescu
Synopsis:
Young Anthony Dormer has threatened to assassinate the visiting Queen of Romania, so Norris decides to visit
the impetuous bard and get the full story. Dormer is delighted - he wants the publicity. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
A young poet publicizes his anger at the world and a well-heeled gangster decides to use this frustration to
carry out a murder. [RF]

1.25 [--] The Roaring 20's: SCANDAL SHEET
22Apr61
Directed by Irving J. Moore
Guest cast:
Berry Kroeger ........ Mark Braddock
Jean Blake ........... Marilyn Taggart
Guy Stockwell ........ Jay Jameson
Synopsis:
Mrs. Taggart, Pinky's wardrobe mistress, has a daughter named Marilyn who is running wild with playboy Jay Jameson.
Pinky, after promising the worried mother to have a talk with Marilyn goes to Jameson's apartment to see the girl
- and finds Jameson's corpse. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Pinky goes to the aid of a friend and is framed for murdering playboy Jay Jameson. [RF]

1.26 [--] The Roaring 20's: MADEMOISELLE FROM ARMENTIERES
29Apr61 ABC Sat
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
Guest cast:
Elliott Reid ......... Alvin Jones
Gladys Holland ....... Suzette
Henry Slate .......... Charlie
Synopsis:
Alvin Jones shows up at a veterans' convention claiming to be the "Hinky Dinky" mentioned in the famous
World War I son. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Norris covers a human-interest story when Alvin Jones claims to be Hinky Dinky, the famous doughboy and
lover of World War I. [RF]

1.27 [--] The Roaring 20's: AMONG THE MISSING
06May61 ABC Sat
Directed by Irving J. Moore
Guest cast:
Jack Ging ............ Senior Cadet Jim Everly
Valerie Allen ........ Nancy Ritter
Robert F. Simon ...... King Ritter
Ric Marlowe .......... Tom Kulick
Synopsis:
It's graduation eve at West Point, but senior cade Jim Everly is a pretty blue Black Knight - his girl, Nancy Ritter,
has just turned down his marriage proposal. Breaking the curfew regulations, he slips off to the Charleston Club
to meet Nancy and find out why. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
An AWOL West Point cadet gets more trouble than he bargained for: he witnesses a gang killing and is consequently
marked for death. [RF]

1.28 [--] The Roaring 20's: RIGHT OFF THE BOAT Pt. 1
13May61
Directed by Robert Altman
Starring: Rex Reason (as Scott Norris)
guest cast:
Roger Moore .......... 14 Karat John
Joan Marshall ........ Carla
John Kellogg ......... Rycker
Synopsis:
Part 1. Norris clashes with Johnny "14 Carat" Jones, a devil-may-care adventurer and rumrunner who stole
Pinky's heart. [RF]

1.29 [--] The Roaring 20's: RIGHT OFF THE BOAT Pt.2
20May61 ABC Sat
Directed by Robert Altman
Starring: Rex Reason (as Scott Norris)
Guest cast:
Roger Moore .......... 14 Karat John
Joan Marshall ........ Carla
Sherwood Price ....... Kenyon
Synopsis:
Part 2. Norris, hoping to get more information on the contraband trade, ships out as a seaman on a rum-runner. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Part 2. Norris risks his life to investigate contraband trade and becomes a seaman on a gangster's rumrunner. [RF]

1.30 [--] The Roaring 20's: MILLION DOLLAR SUIT
27May61 ABC Sat (rerun 09Sep61)
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
Starring: Donald May (as Pat Garrison)
guest cast:
Frank DeKova ........ Tony Manaci
Leo Gordon .......... Damion
Barry Kelley ........ Sayer
Rudy Solari ......... Joe Manaci
Mario Siletti ....... Angelo
Bambi Hamilton ...... Miss Toothpick
Larry Parke ......... Agent
Synopsis:
A workman tells Pat Garrison that unsafe materials are being used in a tunnel project because of
construction graft. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Garrison writes a story exposing a construction firm's unsafe practices and gets the paper slapped with a
million-dollar law suit. [RF]

1.31 [--] The Roaring 20's: ROYAL TOUR
03Jun61 ABC Sat (rerun 16Sep61)
Directed by Robert Altman
Starring: Donald May (as Pat Garrison)
Guest Cast:
Alex Davion .......... Prince Frederic
Midge Ware ........... Susie Morris
Oscar Beregi Jr. ..... Count Deidrich
Joseph Turkel ........ Anders
Dick Benedict ........ Bert
Synopsis:
Garrison helps a visiting European Prince elude his entourage so he can find out how real Americans live.
The prince, using the name of Freddy, meets a Brooklyn girl named Susie Morris, who has a real American
gangster for a boyfriend. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Garrison gives a visiting prince a tour of New York's common sights. But the prince falls for a not-so-common girl:
a gangster's moll. [RF]

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Summer Reruns on ABC Saturdays
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10Jun61 rerun of #1.6 "Brother's Keeper" (first aired 19Nov60)
17Jun61 rerun of #1.7 "Judge Seward's Secret (first aired 26Nov60)
24Jun61 rerun of #1.8 "White Carnation" (first aired 3Dec60)

22Jul61 rerun of 1.13 "Big Town Blues" (first aired 21Jan61)
29Jul61 rerun of 1.15 "Two a Day" (first aired 04Feb61)

12Aug61 rerun of  #1.19 "The Vamp" (first aired 4Mar61)

09Sep61 rerun of #1.30 "Million Dollar Suit" (first aired 27May61)
16Sep61 rerun of #1.31 "Royal Tour" (first aired 03Jun61)

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