CTVA US Adventure - "I Spy" (Sheldon Leonard/NBC) Season 2 (1966-67)

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Starring Robert Culp (as Kelly Robinson), Bill Cosby (as Alexander Scott) 
Season 2 (NBC) (1966-67)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive, Writers Guild of America (wga)

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NBC Wednesdays 10:00 PM Eastern

2.01 [29] I Spy: SO COLDLY SWEET
14Sep1966 (rerun 26Apr67)
Written by Stephen Kandel
Directed by Paul Wendkos
Guest cast:
Diana Hyland .......... Marisa Terezcu
Charles Korvin ........ General Sorin
Michael Conrad ........ Dinat
Craig Shreeve ......... Bennett
Larry Thor ............ Masters
Synopsis:
Kelly and Scott must solve a pretty puzzle: Russian agent Marisa
Terizcu has announced her desire to defect. Now the agents must determine if
she's sincere - or planning a double-cross.

2.02 [30] I Spy: LORI
21Sep1966
Written by Mort Fine, David Friedkin
Directed by Paul Wendkos
Guest cast:
Nancy Wilson .......... Lori Rogers
Billy Gray ............ Gershon Stutman
Malachi Throne ........ John Keegan
Greg Morris ........... Jim Rogers
Frank Maxwell ......... Paul Landon
Patty Regan ........... Stella Stutman
Logan Field ........... Joe Willis
John Goddard .......... Donald Forman
Donna Michelle ........ Millicent
Charlene Jones ........ Judy
Kathryn Minner ........ Old Lady
Lou Elias ............. Parking Attendant
Charles Bell .......... Man #1
Owen Bush ............. Man #2
Synopsis:
In Las Vegas, Scott and Kelly ask Lori Rogers where they can find her
brother Jim. He was the only man to wash out of a government training
program for seven underground-explosion specialists, six of whom have
been murdered.
*Note: Nancy Wilson sings, "When Did You Leave Heaven? and "The Song Is You".

2.03 [31] I Spy: SOPHIA
28Sep1966
Written by Mort Fine, David Friedkin
Directed by Robert Butler
Guest cast:
Raffaella Carrà ....... Sophia
Enzo Cerusico ......... Gino
Caterina Boratto ...... Contessa
Gordon Mitchell ....... Angelo
Umberto D'Orsi ........ Bartender
Carlo Risso ........... Magistrate
Pietro Tordi .......... Lawyer
Aldo Bufi Landi ....... Policeman
Fulvia Franco ......... Wife
Calisto Calisti ....... Husband

2.04 [32] I Spy: VENDETTA
05Oct1966
Written by Marion Hargrove
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Guest cast:
Victor Francen ........ Don Federico
Osvaldo Ruggieri ...... Romolo
Massimo Serato ........ Emilio Paolo
Patrizia Valturri ..... Alice
Fausto Tozzi .......... Ascanio
Ricardo Barrone ....... Morelli
Maurizio Arena ........ Cesare
Umberto Spadaro ....... Don Baldassare
Katinka Von Shapringen ... Girl

2.05 [33] I Spy: A GIFT FROM ALEXANDER
12Oct1966
Written by Barry Oringer
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Guest cast:
Anna Karina ........... Alina
Michael Constantine ... Plotkin
Jay Novello ........... Krauss
Alan Oppenheimer ...... Colonel Benkovski
Laurie Main ........... Lucesi
Patrick Patronica ..... Salvatore
Eddra Gale ............ Caramilla
Tony Giorgio .......... Italian Heavy
Ken Tilles ............ Hood

2.06 [34] I Spy: TRIAL BY TREEHOUSE
19Oct1966
Written by Michael Zagor
Directed by Richard C. Sarafian
Guest cast:
Raymond St. Jacques ... Edward Prince
Cicely Tyson .......... Vickie Harmon
Michael J. Pollard .... Bernie
Marge Redmond ......... Nettie
James Nolan ........... Colonel Shayne
Douglas Leonard ....... Randy
James Anderson ........ Louis
Sheldon Allman ........ McMahon
Synopsis:
Agents Robinson and Scott participate in a desperate masquerade in an
attempt to thwart the sabotaging of a stateside hydroelectric plant.

2.07 [35] I Spy: SPARROWHAWK
26Oct1966
Written by Walter Black
Directed by Paul Wendkos
Story: Marion Hargrove
Guest cast:
Walter Koenig ......... Bobby Seville
Clive Clerk ........... Bashik
Michael Constantine ... Colonel Halouf
Andrea Darvi .......... Nezhnet
Steve Gravers ......... Patterson
David Renard .......... the Aide
Synopsis:
The youthful ruler of a foreign country visits Las Vegas, Nevada, on a
vacation but it is no holiday for agents Robinson and Scott who are
entrusted with the safety of the boy, who becomes an assassin’s target.

2.08 [36] I Spy: WILL THE REAL GOOD GUYS PLEASE STAND UP?
02Nov1966
Written by Rick Mittleman
Directed by Richard C. Sarafian
Guest cast:
Leon Askin ............ Boris
Lee Philips ........... Robinson #2
Hari Rhodes ........... Scott #2
Anna Capri ............ Jolie Gagni
Henry Wilcoxon ........ Laslo Gagni
Val Avery ............. Josef
Kurt Lowens ........... Zunicky
Richmond Shepard ...... Cabbie
Joan Swift ............ Hatcheck Girl
Garth Pillsbury ....... Waiter
Synopsis:
Two enemy agents assume the identities of Kelly Robinson and Alexander
Scott in a deadly plot to kidnap a United States rocket scientist.

2.09 [37] I Spy: BRIDGE OF SPIES
09Nov1966 (rerun 01Jan68)
Written by Stephen Kandel
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Guest cast:
Barbara Steele ........ Giana Paluzzi
Carlo Croccolo ........ Metkovic
Ingrid Schoeller ...... Anya
Alexander Svavinka .... James
Walter Williams ....... Dr. Mattison
Giustino Durano ....... Agent #1
Vittorio Bonos ........ Agent #2
Synopsis:
In Venice, Kelly unwittingly marks several agents for death when he
falls for Giana Paluzzi, an enemy agent who is posing as a tour guide.
*Note: Filmed on location in Italy.

2.10 [38] I Spy: ONE OF OUR BOMBS IS MISSING
16Nov1966
Written by Barry Oringer
Directed by Earl Bellamy
Guest cast:
Dewey Martin .......... Father Bellini
David Mauro ........... Angelo
Ernest Sarracino ...... Garibaldi
David Bond ............ Antonio
Judy Pace ............. Lisa
Richard Simmons ....... General Bennett
Diana Strom ........... Adriana
Walter Woolf King ..... Perkins
Maria Barto ........... Maria
Richard Bull .......... Newsman
Charles La Torre ...... Magistrate
Synopsis:
Kelly and Scott must retrieve an atom bomb from an American plane that
crashed in Italy. It looks like an easy mission until the agents learn
that the bomb has been claimed by a man named Antonio, who offers to
make a deal: The U.S.A, gets the nuclear weapon - if Kelly promises to
marry Antonio's daughter.

2.11 [39] I Spy: TO FLORENCE, WITH LOVE [Part 1]
23Nov1966
Written by Norman Borisoff
Directed by Robert Butler
Guest cast:
Joey Heatherton ....... Katie
Gabriele Ferzetti ..... Aldo
Eleanor Sommers ....... Maria
Mario Badolati ........ Bonfiglio
Arthur Batanides ...... Rocco
Joe Lo Presti ......... Giovanni
Steve Peck ............ Martini
Fabian Dean ........... Chef
Rico Cattani .......... Guard #1
Paul Micali ........... Guard #2
Dominic Delgarde ...... Policeman

2.12 [40] I Spy: TO FLORENCE, WITH LOVE [Part 2]
30Nov1966
Written by Norman Borisoff
Directed by Robert Butler
Guest cast:
Joey Heatherton ....... Katie
Gabriele Ferzetti ..... Aldo
Eleanor Sommers ....... Maria
Mario Badolati ........ Bonfiglio
Arthur Batanides ...... Rocco
Joe Lo Presti ......... Giovanni
Steve Peck ............ Martini
Fabian Dean ........... Chef
Rico Cattani .......... Guard #1
Paul Micali ........... Guard #2
Dominic Delgarde ...... Policeman

2.13 [41] I Spy: LISA
07Dec1966
Written by Jackson Gillis
Directed by Richard C. Sarafian
Guest cast:
Linda Marsh ........... Lisa
James Best ............ Sam
Jack Kruschen ......... Aram Kanjarian
Adam Williams ......... Miller Stevens
Steve Harris .......... Frank Kanjarian
Harlan Warde .......... Joe
Reta Shaw ............. Bessie McGiveney
Jacques Denbeaux ...... Agent #1
Seymour Reynold ....... Agent #2
Peggy Mondo ........... Portly Woman
Synopsis:
Wedding plans of a pretty mail-order bride from Greece are marred soon
after her arrival in the United States when she is suspected of being
an enemy courier.

2.14 [42] I Spy: LITTLE BOY LOST
14Dec1966
Written by Chester Krumholz
Directed by Paul Wendkos
Guest cast:
Ron Howard ............ Alan Loden
Richard Anderson ...... Dr. Loden
Sarah Marshall ........ Carol Baines
Fabrizio Mioni ........ Johnson
Larry Duran ........... Burnett
George Tyne ........... General
Oscar Beregi Jr. ...... Ramirez
Richard Jury .......... Marty
Dodo Denny ............ Ticket Seller

2.15 [43] I Spy: FATHER ABRAHAM
21Dec1966
Written by Stephen Kandel
Directed by Tony Leader
Guest cast:
Tony Bill ............. Gary
David Sheiner ......... Vacaro
Jill Donahue .......... Senja
Austin Willis ......... General Shaw
George Sawaya ......... Georges
Bobby Herron .......... Pietro
Tony Epper ............ Rundig
James O'Rear .......... Man
Synopsis:
Kelly and Scott must protect a phony traitor from his father. U.S. Army
General Shaw is threatening to expose his son, unaware that the
research chemist has volunteered to place false information in the hands of
enemy agents.
*Note: Filmed on location in Italy.

2.16 [44] I Spy: ROME ... TAKE AWAY THREE
28Dec1966 (rerun 21Jun67)
Written by Tim Ballinger, Mort Fine, David Friedkin
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Guest cast:
Nehemiah Persoff ...... Coly Collisi
Alf Kjellin ........... Dean Sherman
Ulla Stromstedt ....... Tilde
Elisha Cook Jr. ....... Erik Magnuson
Lisa Donzell .......... Penelope
Sam Reese ............. Sam Drake
Valerie Starrett ...... Mrs. Sherman
Carlo Della Paine ..... the Stranger
David Mauro ........... Butler
Synopsis:
In Rome, Kelly and Scott go to work as bodyguards for a hoodlum named
Collisi. They're trying to nail the deported gangster for the death of a
State Department Official.
*Note: Filmed in Rome, Italy.

2.17 [45] I Spy: TONIA
04Jan1967
Written by Michael Zagor
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Guest cast:
Leslie Uggams ......... Tonia
David Opatoshu ........ Rudy Zugman
G.D. Spradlin ......... Blair
Ronald Feinberg ....... Cesare
Michael Gualon ........ Mortoni
Jan Lowell ............ Wife
Bob Lowell ............ Husband
Leopold Trieste ....... Creep
Paris Pavrich ......... Waiter
Danielle Musulardi .... Tourist

2.18 [46] I Spy: CHILD OUT OF TIME
11Jan1967
Written by Mort Fine, David Friedkin
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Guest cast:
Nina Foch ............. Gerta
Eileen Baral .......... Lena
Charles Macaulay ...... Peter Karl
Peggy Webber .......... Sister Agatha
Richard Morrison ...... Rienzi
Paul Lambert .......... Lew
Richard Le Pore ....... Tedor
Arline Anderson ....... Tourist

2.19 [47] I Spy: THE TROUBLE WITH TEMPLE
25Jan1967
Written by Mort Fine, David Friedkin
Directed by Tom Gries
Guest cast:
Carol Wayne ........... Temple
Jack Cassidy .......... Nick Fleming
Kurt Kasznar .......... Dr. Ibanez
Joan Huntington ....... Anya
Ed Parker ............. Rico

2.20 [48] I Spy: THE WAR LORD
01Feb1967 (rerun 05Jul67)
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Written by Robert Culp
Director of photography Fleet Southcott
Guest cast:
Robert Culp ........... Chuang-Tzu
Jean Marsh ............ Catherine Faulkner
Cecil Parker .......... Sir Guy Faulkner
Patrick Barr .......... The General
Carl Rapp ............. Weaver
Bill Curran ........... Robert Carter
Synopsis:
Kelly, Scott and $500,000 parachute into Burma to bring back Katherine
Faulkner, a headstrong English girl who is the captive of Chinese war
lord Chuang-Tzu. But Katherine has hoaxed her father: Instead of buying
her release, the ransom money will be used to support Chuang-Tzu's
guerrilla activities.
*Note: Robert Culp received Emmy nominations for his performance in
this episode as well as the script he wrote in which he plays a dual role.
And Bill Cosby won a second Emmy for his series role.

2.21 [49] I Spy: A ROOM WITH A RACK
08Feb1967
Written by Michael Zagor
Directed by David Friedkin
Guest cast:
Salome Jens ........... Lindy
Keith Andes ........... Anderson
Cyril Delevanti ....... Bendat
Jose Nieto ............ Don Jose
Leo Penn .............. Dr. Minores
Sancho Garcia ......... Rafael
Uta Bregning .......... Joliette
Doreen McLean ......... Head Nurse
Britt Lomond .......... Psychologist
Jean Del Val .......... Bald Man

2.22 [50] I Spy: MAINLY ON THE PLAINS
22Feb1967
Written by David Friedkin, Mort Fine
Directed by David Friedkin
Guest cast:
Boris Karloff ......... Don Ernesto Silvando
Carl Schell ........... Horst
Axel Darner ........... Kurt
Mona Hamlin ........... Maid
Scott Miller .......... Ben
Denny Miller .......... Sol
Jacinto Molina ........ Servant
Eduardo San Jose ...... Policeman #1
Felipe R. Armengol .... Policeman #2
Angel Jordan .......... Guard #1
Antonio Canal ......... Guard #2

2.23 [51] I Spy: GET THEE TO A NUNNERY
01Mar1967
Written by Barbara Merlin, Milton Merlin
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Story: Marion Hargrove
Guest cast:
Peter Lawford ......... Hackaby
Vincent Gardenia ...... Dr. Mellado
Lilia Skala ........... Mother Superior
Martin Garralaga ...... Brother Juan
Jacquelyn Hyde ........ Sister Monica
Sal Ponti ............. White Jacket #2
Steve Mitchell ........ White Jacket #1
Rick West ............. Male Nurse
Kay Cole .............. Nurse

2.24 [52] I Spy: BLACKOUT
08Mar1967
Written by Barry Oringer
Directed by Alf Kjellin
Guest cast:
Zohra Lampert ......... Zili
Lawrence Dane ......... Boris
Alan Oppenheimer ...... Colonel Benkovsky
Lou Krugman ........... Inspector
Poupee Gamin .......... Lita
Pete Sotos ............ Julio
James Victor .......... Hernando
Rudy Kovar ............ Carlo
Shepherd Saunders ..... Tough
Jose Maria Cafferel ... Cabbie #1
Andreas Montreal ...... Cabbie #2
Victor Israel ......... Cabbie #3
Tito Marsell .......... Flamenco Dancer

2.25 [53] I Spy: MAGIC MIRROR
15Mar1967 (rerun 09Aug67)
Written by Robert Culp
Directed by Tom Gries
Guest cast:
Ricardo Montalban ..... General Juan Vera
France Nuyen .......... Sam-Than Maclean
Virginia Grey ......... Grace Maclean
Roy Jensen ............ Roschovsky
Kenneth Tobey ......... Gabe
Gene Benton ........... Petroff
Jon Kowal ............. Selkinov
Bob Bralver ........... Steward
Ken Martell ........... Bodyguard
Synopsis:
In Madrid, Juan Vera is plotting a return to power, backed by the
Russians. Kelly and Scott must find out if the Soviet aid includes ballistic
missiles. Complicating the mission is agent Sam-Than Maclean, a former
flame of Kelly's who may have gone over to the other side.
*Note: Filmed in Madrid, Spain.

2.26 [54] I Spy: NIGHT TRAIN TO MADRID
22Mar1967 (rerun 30Aug67)
Written by Stephen Kandel
Directed by David Friedkin
Guest cast:
Don Rickles ........... Frank Bodie
Marianna Hill ......... Joanne
Barbara McNair ........ Leona
Michael Strong ........ Kutma
Diahn Williams ........ Nora
Larry D. Mann ......... Arbuckle
Shepard Menken ........ Villa Royal
Sammy Reese ........... Langdon
Marlene Tracy ......... Wife
Albert Monte .......... Conductor
Jack Ragotzy .......... Officer
Synopsis:
Kelly and Scott's assignment to keep an insulting USO comedian in line is no
 laughing matter: The comic has a penchant for getting involved in international scandals!

2.27 [55] I Spy: CASANOVA FROM CANARSIE
29Mar1967
Written by Rick Mittleman
Directed by Hal Cooper
Guest cast:
Wally Cox ............. Herbie
Leticia Roman ......... Consuelo
Will Kuluva ........... Smerlov
Thordis Brandt ........ Valentine
Sandy Kenyon .......... Barnes
Joan Marshall ......... Ellie
Peter Virgo ........... Arturo
Leticia Roman ......... Consuelo
Andy Anza ............. Waiter #1
Bobby Labansat ........ Waiter #2

2.28 [56] I Spy: COPS AND ROBBERS
12Apr1967
Written by Jerry Ludwig
Directed by Christian Nyby
Guest cast:
Jim Brown ............. Tommy
Beah Richards ......... Mrs. Scott
Rupert Crosse ......... Chester
Hazel Medina .......... Jo
Bob Kline ............. Clerk
James Seay ............ Salesman
Mark Brown ............ Boy #1
Russell Robinson ...... Boy #2

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Summer Reruns
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26Apr67 NBC Wed - Rerun of #2.1 "So Coldly Sweet" (first aired 14Sep66)

21Jun67 NBC Wed - Rerun of #2.16 "Rome ... Take Away Three" (first aired 28Dec66)

05Jul67 NBC Wed - Rerun of #2.20 "The War Lord" (first aired 01Feb67)

09Aug67 NBC Wed - Rerun of #2.25 "Magic Mirror" (first aired 15Mar67)

30Aug67 NBC Wed - Rerun of #2.26 "Night Train to Madrid" (forst aired 22Mar67)


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