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Season: 1 | 2 | 3
Year: 1957 | 1958 | 1959 | 1960


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Golden Look

20 September 1957
The squad is on the lookout for a bank robbery suspect with a unique feature--witnesses said he has gold teeth.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Bruce Gordon ... Peter Grauman

Henry Brandon ... Bert Fallon
Morris Ankrum ... Police Inspector Dean
Tyler McVey ... Robert Trommer
Peter Brocco ... Druggist
Anne Barton ... Mrs. Kennedy (as Ann Barton)
Paul Hahn ... Officer Ed Corcoran

Ken Lynch ... Lou Carney
David Hoffman ... Doctor
John Mitchum ... First Mate
Frank Richards ... Boris Kozlov
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Watchdog

27 September 1957
Lt. Ballinger and the squad are out to catch a burglar, but there's another pressing reason for his quick capture--he may have rabies.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Peggy Webber ... Amy Pryor
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Gail Kobe ... Dottie Jordan
Tony Hilder ... Juvenile Housebreaker
Herbert Ellis ... Det. Bailey (as Herb Ellis)
Alexander Campbell ... Dr. Saul Bertram
Carol Hill ... Dr. Harris
Sol Gorss ... Fred (as Saul Gorss)
Harlan Warde ... Marty Pryor
Olan Soule ... Tailor
William Bryant ... Reporter
Ray Walker ... Reporter
Robert Kennedy ... TV Announcer
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Neighborhood Killer

4 October 1957
The squad hunts down a cop killer.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Grant Richards ... Eddie Pagano
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Don Kennedy ... Officer Andy Morolo
Robert Patten ... Police Sgt. Randell
Ben Carruthers ... David Chevney (as Benito Carruthers)

Stafford Repp ... Georgie Mink
Wally Brown ... Milkman
Marshall Bradford ... George Sutter
Vici Raaf ... Rita St. Clair
Ralph Moody ... Camera Shop Owner
Billy Nelson ... Detective
Naomi Perry ... Landlady
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Pete Loves Mary

11 October 1957
The squad goes after a jail inmate who's just escaped.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger

Bobby Driscoll ... Stephen 'Steve' Wikowlski

Mike Connors ... Pete Wikowlski (as Michael Connors)
Roberta Haynes ... Mary Kearney

DeForest Kelley ... Police Sgt. Miller
Paul Birch ... Police Lt. Ruddy
Lisa Golm ... Mrs. Wikowlski
Jeffrey Sayre ... Announcer
Bob Whitney ... Cop (as Robert Whitney)
Robert Bice ... Detective

Don Rickles ... (scenes deleted)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Face of Evil

18 October 1957
Lt. Frank Ballinger investigates the latest in a series of murders of women. Eddie Ferguson, the husband of one of the most recent victim, claims he saw a face outside his window upon discovering his wife's body. But Ballinger begins to suspect that the distraught, church-going Ferguson may have dark secrets.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger

Werner Klemperer ... Heinrich Ronn

Kevin Hagen ... Eddie Ferguson
Maggie Stewart ... Carrie Andrews (as Margaret Stewart)
Morris Ankrum ... Police Capt. Dean
Russell Thorson ... Reverend Cabot
Joseph Mell ... Landlord
Barbara Pepper ... Landlady
Barney Phillips ... Dr. Lester Bowers
Vernon Rich ... Hospital Doctor
Madge Blake ... Victim's Mother
Allen Emerson ... Victim's Fiancé
Anthony Lawrence ... Victim's Boyfriend
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Street of Fear

1 November 1957
Chicago cop Frank Ballinger stages a rescue in order to gain the confidence of Alice, a young woman who works for suspected jewelry fence Louis Prince. Pretending to be furniture salesman Bob Steele, Ballinger romances Alice and gets friendly with her boss. But Alice falls for "Bob" and Ballinger must weigh her feelings and safety against his duty as a police officer.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Barbara Turner ... Alice Snyder
Lawrence Dobkin ... Louie Prince
Pamela Duncan ... Christine Edmonson
Morris Ankrum ... Police Capt. Dean
Robert McQueeney ... Charlie
Fred Draper ... Detective Lt. Wade
Dick Crockett ... First Witness
Joe Ploski ... News Vendor
Tom Kingston ... Second Witness (as Tommy Kingston)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: The Matinee Trade

8 November 1957
Lt. Frank Ballinger investigates the case of a gambling ring and its connection to an unidentified police officer. The deeper into the investigation he gets, the more Ballinger becomes concerned that the crooked cop may be an old friend.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Barry Atwater ... Police Sgt. Bart Wylander
Natalie Norwick ... Nancy McAdams Wylander
Robert Burton ... Gus Kelso
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Nesdon Booth ... Johnny Roscoe
William Boyett ... Detective Sgt. Harris
Evelyn Scott ... Lilly Blaney
Anthony Lawrence ... Henchman Bosack
Alan Reynolds ... Cop
Bob Whitney ... Cop (as Robert Whitney)
Jimmy Cross ... Lookout
Elizabeth Slifer ... Irate Woman Gambler (as Lizz Slifer)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: The Hard Case

15 November 1957
A jewelry store robbery sends the thief to prison, but his claim that the night watchman, a former big-league ballplayer named Lightnin' Joe Adams, was in on the heist costs Adams his job. Lt. Frank Ballinger goes undercover in prison to find out from the robber whether Adams was involved in the crime and what happened to the loot.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
George Mathews ... Chief Guard Bricker
Ray Foster ... Harry Slaughter
Howard Negley ... Lightnin' Joe Adams
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Walter Reed ... States Attorney
Mack Williams ... Warden
William Murphy ... Guard Rousseau
Danny Davenport ... Prisoner recognizing Ballinger
Michael Bachus ... Guard Jim
Jack Reynolds ... Convict
Chris Randall ... Convict
Joseph DeVictoria ... Convict
Chet Brandenburg ... Convict (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Convict (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Convict (uncredited)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Mathew McCue ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Killer in Town

22 November 1957
Frank Ballinger and his colleagues on the M Squad have to find a needle in a haystack: a cop killer somewhere in the city of Chicago. Their only clues are an old magazine and the killer's habit of saying "You bet."

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Russ Conway ... Detective Ben Cooper
Lee Farr ... Rex Lang
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Gail Kobe ... Olga Patucek
John Hiestand ... Police Driver
Gil Frye ... Police Sergeant (as Gilbert Frye)
Roy Glenn ... Counter Man
James Hyland ... Plainclothes Officer (as Jim Hyland)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Diamond Hard

29 November 1957
Lt. Frank Ballinger keeps an eye on Hazel, a bar girl with a record who nonetheless wants to go straight. He discovers she is involved with Joe Mazzerin, a safecracker. Ballinger goes undercover to get the goods on Mazzerin and to learn who his mysterious partner is.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
William Phipps ... Joe Mazzerin
Mike Ragan ... Jackie Becker

Angie Dickinson ... Hazel McLean
John Halloran ... Police Capt. Roberts

DeForest Kelley ... Police Sgt. Miller
Than Wyenn ... Julius Savano
Phil Arnold ... Robbery Witness
Robert Kennedy ... Uniform Cop
Jeffrey Sayre ... Detective
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Alibi Witness

6 December 1957
When perennial loser Wally Gardner is identified as the perpetrator of a robbery-murder, he tells police unique details of a stranger he met miles away at the time of the crime. But when that stranger is found, he says he can prove that HE was miles from where Gardner says they met at the time of the crime. Lt. Frank Ballinger must determine who's lying.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger

Edward Binns ... Wally Gardner
Robert F. Simon ... Simmons (as Robert Simon)
Jean Carson ... Doris Colby
Linda Watkins ... Mrs. Gardner
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Will J. White ... Police Sgt. Koster
Kathryn Minner ... Witness
Robert Bice ... Headwaiter (as Bob Bice)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Specialists

13 December 1957
When a hired gunman gets himself tossed in jail following a fistfight, Lt. Frank Ballinger takes his place undercover as protection for a group of three businessmen who meet once a year to commit a specialized crime.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Dave Barry ... Richard Lowell
Douglas Evans ... Thomas Mennan
Jan Arvan ... Carrafee
Kem Dibbs ... Louie Ferrante
Edmund Hashim ... Nick Arnold
Charles Evans ... Police Captain
Peg La Centra ... Mrs. Lowell
Clark Howat ... Police Lab Officer Halligan
Richard Devon ... Police Sgt. Ferguson
Mark Dunhill ... Hotel Desk Clerk
Frances Osborne ... Hotel Cashier
Gil Perkins ... Man in Fight with Nick
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Family Portrait

20 December 1957
When his partner in an investigation is killed, Lt. Frank Ballinger makes it a personal business to pin the crime on narcotics lord Sam Hinder. But, as Ballinger discovers, Hinder has an unusual reason for wanting to keep the police out of his own personal business.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger

Jacques Aubuchon ... Sam Hinder
Christine White ... Lucy Hinder
Walter Maslow ... Joe Long
Ron Hayes ... Police Lt. Harry Summers
Morris Ankrum ... Police Inspector Dean
Hallene Hill ... Aunt Millie

Raymond Bailey ... Hinder's Lawyer
Chet Stratton ... Desk Clerk (as Chester Stratton)
Barbara Knudson ... Telephone Operator
Peggy Leon ... Hostess
Laurie Carroll ... Jan Summers

Sid Melton ... Eddie Lee
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: The Palace Guard

27 December 1957
Gangster Tommy Hatch is wanted for murder, but the police have to keep him safe from other gangsters who want him dead before he can testify against them. Lt. Frank Ballinger is assigned to protect Hatch even though he despises him.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger

Whit Bissell ... Tommy Hatch
Alix Talton ... Karen Peters
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
William Boyett ... Detective Sgt. Harris
Paul Bryar ... Mike
Noreen Arnold ... Molly Peters
Charles Tannen ... Ollie Purvis
George Byrnes ... Harry Lionel
Paul Hahn ... Officer Sam
John Culwell ... Sweeney
Billy Nelson ... Detective
Charles Perry ... Friend with Gun
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: The Slow Trap

3 January 1958
Ballinger investigates the case of a security courier who is charged with robbing himself of $75,000.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger

Lyle Talbot ... Paul Crowley
Jacqueline Holt ... Claire Lucas
Robert Roark ... Eddie Lucas
George Milan ... Police Sgt. Lovett
Jean Willes ... Thelma Goodrich

George E. Stone ... Fingers Purdy
Claire Carleton ... Switchboard Operator

Michael Masters ... Health Club Instructor (as Mike Masters)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Cover Up

10 January 1958
District Attorney Grover calls for Ballinger to help him sort out a potentially embarrassing situation involving the murder of a former business associate.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Willard Parker ... Malcolm Grove
Dan Tobin ... Steve Lanley

Paul Langton ... Van Wert

Jeanne Cooper ... Julia Gifford
Michael Granger ... Police Lt. Dave Adler

William Bakewell ... Detective
George Taylor ... Doorman
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: Blue Indigo

17 January 1958
The room mate of the third murder victim of the Blue Indigo serial killer may be the only link Ballinger has to catching him.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger

Bethel Leslie ... Doris Holt
Nico Minardos ... Henry Edom
Jo Gilbert ... Police Sgt. May Davis
Lillian Buyeff ... Mrs. Edom
Larry Thor ... Police Sgt. Jordan
S. John Launer ... Police Captain Timothy Riley
Barney Phillips ... Doctor
Gavin Gordon ... Bongure

James Griffith ... James Keniton
Rick Vallin ... 'Blue Indigo' Requestor at Ballroom
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: The Long Ride

24 January 1958
When a convicted murderer gets the upper hand on Lieutenant Ballinger during a train ride back to Chicago, his last best hope for recapturing the felon is the persistence of an alert young boy.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Joe Maross ... Carl Warfield
Nancy Hale ... Passenger
Benny Baker ... Dutch
Ann Morrison ... Mother
Tiger Fafara ... Tommy
Frank J. Scannell ... Plainclothesman in Warfield's Room (as Frank Scannell)
William Lally ... Conductor
Gordon Mills ... Det. Warren
Frank Sully ... Officer Ed Grady
Clark Howat ... Plainclothesman in Courthouse
David Gorcey ... Telegraph Agent
Don Blackman ... Porter
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: The Shakedown

31 January 1958
Ballinger suspects an inside job when a dry cleaning company refuses to knuckle under to a shakedown mob.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Katharine Bard ... Louise Garrison
Dean Harens ... Claude Garrison
June Dayton ... Evelyn Rankin
Duncan McLeod ... Police Sgt. Wendell

H.M. Wynant ... Victor Charbonneau
Joe Di Reda ... Archie (as Joe di Reda)
Ted Hecht ... Fred Heaton
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Dolly's Bar

7 February 1958
Kathy Bane, an old flame of Ballinger's, needs his help when a blackmailer trying to extort money turns up dead-- in her apartment.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger

Janice Rule ... Kathy Bane
Claire Carleton ... Dolly Mundy
Fredd Wayne ... Eddie Rocco
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Russell Thorson ... Dr. A.K. Loring

Joe Flynn ... Hennessy
Michael Bachus ... Officer Duggan
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Lover's Lane Killing

14 February 1958
Ballinger investigates a murder with multiple motives.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Kent Smith ... Howard Meston

Ruta Lee ... Connie Meston

John Doucette ... Police Sgt. Lou Pulaski
Angela Greene ... Mildred Barnes
Leonard Bremen ... Mike Brennan (as Lennie Bremen)
Douglas Rader ... Police Fingerprint Man
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: The Frightened Wife

21 February 1958


Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger

Marian Seldes ... Martha Wicklow
Whitney Blake ... Susan Spencer
Esther Dale ... Julia Sheldon
Herbert Rudley ... Fred--State's Attorney

David Lewis ... Jerry Kane
Larry Kerr ... Defense Attorney (as Lorence Kerr)
Leslie Bradley ... Judge (as Leslie E. Bradley)
William Fawcett ... Guard
Nelson Welch ... Butler
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: The Black Mermaid

28 February 1958


Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Marcia Henderson ... Elsa Hammond

Biff Elliot ... Whitey Carson
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Harry Bartell ... Jed Stanner
Arthur Hanson ... Jack Walls

Stanley Adams ... Ed--Bartender
Eddie Ryder ... Pete-- 2 nd Bartender
Elizabeth Harrower ... Walls' Secretary
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: The Man in Hiding

7 March 1958


Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Alan Baxter ... Russ Mortell

John Hoyt ... Dr. Carter
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Edwin Reimers ... Mr. Edwards (as Ed Reimers)

June Vincent ... Miss Hilton
Ralph Neff ... Joey Walsh
Willard Thompson ... Manning
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: The Chicago Bluebeard

14 March 1958


Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger

Vaughn Taylor ... Steven Miller
Bart Burns ... David Hollis
Amzie Strickland ... Kate Larson
Mary Adams ... Mary Larson
Betty Hanna ... Jane Ramsell
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Molly Glessing ... Miss Haskins
Mildred Law ... Mrs. Kinney
Edward Earle ... Doctor
Courteen Landis ... Nurse
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: Girl Lost

21 March 1958


Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Bill Williams ... Jerry Langdon
Margaret Field ... Laura M. Canby (as Maggie Mahoney)
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Myron Healey ... Hal Sherman
Vera Marshe ... Dottie Sherman
Ross Ford ... Interne
Louise Truax ... Mrs. Davis
Beryl Machin ... English Molly
Earl Hansen ... Sid Ruby
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: Hideout

28 March 1958


Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger

Jack Elam ... Luke Morgan
Stacy Graham ... Carol Grayson

Dick Miller ... Pete Castro
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Terry Burnham ... Laurie Grayson

DeForest Kelley ... Detective
William Hudson ... Tom Ferris
Paul Comi ... Jojo
Ferris Taylor ... Arthur Quinn
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 28: Shot in the Dark

4 April 1958


Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Karin Booth ... Helen Endicott
Raymond Greenleaf ... Donald Anderson
Clarke Gordon ... Bill Wesson
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
John Beradino ... Detective D'amico
Bartlett Robinson ... Henry Hellstrom
Jeanne Baird ... Mary Allison

Ken Lynch ... Detective Charlie
John Zaremba ... Hotel Clerk

David McMahon ... Garage Owner
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 29: The Twenty-Six Girl

11 April 1958
A young wife is shot by an unknown assailant when she drives with her ex-con husband to an isolated woods in search of their dream home. No one even reports the couple missing until after the police find them dead in the snow. The wife's sister is a wealthy spinster, who takes her time even coming to Chicago, claiming her brother-in-law was threatened with death by a blackmailer. Det. Ballinger suspects the sister knows more than she reveals.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Diane Brewster ... Hazel Lawton
Simon Scott ... Ed Traynor
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Ellen Parker ... Dorothy Anselino
Ward Wood ... Police Sgt. Petrie
Betty Edwards ... Marsha Traynor
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 30: The Fight

18 April 1958


Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger

Charles Bronson ... Eddie Loder
Rachel Ames ... Greta Loder (as Judith Ames)
Rusty Lane ... Mel Harmon
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
John Harmon ... Charlie Andalucia
Leonard Bell ... Sam
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 31: Guilty Alibi

25 April 1958


Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Brook Byron ... Lillian Hurd
Ross Elliott ... Vincent Hurd
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Viola Harris ... Eleanor Wheaton
Jeanne Bates ... Audrey Cranston
Kay Cousins Johnson ... Mrs. Walsh (as Kay Cousins)
Orville Sherman ... Grant
Elaine Sinclair ... Mrs. Timmons' Friend

Meg Wyllie ... Mrs. Timmons
Michael McHale ... Det. Eddie
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 32: The Healer

2 May 1958
Lieutenant Ballinger searches for a mentally ill young woman who shot a psychiatrist, hoping all the while that he can also find sufficient evidence to obtain a felony conviction against the charlatan who was "treating" her.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Gloria Talbott ... Ellen Carter
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Robert Carson ... Arthur Carter
Sarah Selby ... Dr. Nedley
Paula Hill ... Mrs. Warman
Dayton Lummis ... Jonas Warman
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 33: Day of Terror

9 May 1958


Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Fay Baker ... Helen Greville
Tom Pittman ... Burt Kennedy
Barbara Benson ... Claire Kennedy
Doris Packer ... Mrs. Warren
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Jess Kirkpatrick ... Mr. Phillips (as Jesse Kirkpatrick)
Alice Backes ... Maid
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 34: The $20 Plates

16 May 1958


Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Lynette Bernay ... Mrs. Eastman (as Lynn Bernay)
Logan Field ... George Eastman
Joel Smith ... Special Agent McAdams
Sara Taft ... Alice Thompson
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Charles Seel ... Clint Thompson
Theodore Newton ... Tom Booth
Arthur Kendall ... Vic Wilson
Joseph J. Greene ... Grocer (as Joe Greene)
Jeanne Dante ... Nurse
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 35: The Case of the Double Face

23 May 1958


Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger

Jim Davis ... Harry Evans / Mickey Seville
Kristine Miller ... Mrs. Jane Evans
Anthony Eustrel ... Kazner (as Antony Eustrel)
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
William Flaherty ... Police Sgt. Tim Daley (as William C. Flaherty)
Douglas Bank ... Lew Matthews (as Douglas F. Bank)
Ralph Sanford ... Norman Peters
Margaret Irving ... Landlady
Glenn Dixon ... Rev. Gaskin
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 36: The System

30 May 1958


Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Tol Avery ... Eddie Constantine

Rose Marie ... Margo

Ted de Corsia ... Carl Harrison
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Howard Wendell ... Barrett
Gregg Martell ... Mike
Dehl Berti ... Statsi, Henchman

Ann Doran ... Mrs. Rainey
Paul Maxey ... Cushman
Joe McGuinn ... Detective Gillespie
Frank J. Scannell ... Crap Game Stick Man (as Frank Scannell)
Bess Flowers ... Gambler (uncredited)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 37: The Woman from Paris

6 June 1958


Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paula Raymond ... Simone Brayden

Philip Ober ... George Brayden
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Jennifer Lea ... Liz Brayden (as Jenifer Lea)
Gine De Bard ... Pauline Sorel
Russ Bender ... Police Lt. Dan Casey
Paul Maxwell ... Andy Markham
Dan West ... Charlie, Fingerprint Man
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 38: Accusation

13 June 1958


Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger

Fay Spain ... Ruth Reardon

Ken Clark ... Paul Lawson
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Larry J. Blake ... Det. Jerry Range (as Larry Blake)
Dan Riss ... Police Sgt. Parker
George Eldredge ... Dr. Robert Eldredge
Cindy Ames ... Bertha - Maid (as Cindy Ames Salerno)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: More Deadly

19 September 1958
2 innocent men are iced by a currency exchange bookkeeper, to disguise her embezzlement. The sultry femme fatale's yarn that it was a heist gone bad makes sense at first, because of a wave of such robberies on Chicago's Far East Side. But the murdered customer Halper checks out as a solid working stiff, plus the other stick-ups were solo jobs while this was supposedly a 2 hood hold-up, so M Squad's debonair Lt. Ballinger's sic-ed on the case to soften up hard boiled Ora Kane.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

Ruta Lee ... Ora Kane
Voorheis J. Ardoin ... Willie (as Voorhies J. Ardoin)
Dorothea Lord ... Mrs. Halper
Paul Maxwell ... Jim Landry
Thea Ruckert ... Police Sgt. Morrison
John Mitchum ... Ralph Halper
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Dead or Alive

26 September 1958
A pair of gun crazy kids are loose in Chicago-- and a young reporter is defending them in the press against Ballinger and "police brutality".

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Tom Pittman ... Alvin Jessop
Judi Meredith ... Mary Burnett
Ralph Gamble ... Martin Carter

Jean Allison ... Julie Sisk

Michael Pataki ... Sid Davie

Bill Erwin ... Roger Jessop
Frank Marlowe ... Police Sgt. Morrisy
Robert Nash ... Bartender
Lyn Guild ... Virna Carter
Alice Backes ... Switchboard Operator
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
William Kerwin ... Guy Robinson (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: The Missing Claimant

3 October 1958
A shady lawyer protects a false heir to a fortune-- by killing the real relative! Ballinger is called in to set everything straight.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Joan Vohs ... Julie Darrell
Harry Lauter ... Allen Lloyd
Theodore Newton ... Paul Manson
Rebecca Welles ... Martha Darrell
Sydney Smith ... Garson

Dick Wilson ... Max Pushkin
Robert Busch ... Connors (as Bob Busch)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: The Refugee

10 October 1958
Ballinger goes undercover as an immigrant worker to help break an extortion ring targeting foreigners.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Judith Braun ... Bettina Sandor
Mark Neiman ... Josef Sandor
Don Nagel ... Artie Nevins
Jean Del Val ... Papa Tokar

Ben Morris ... Joe Maloney

Rush Williams ... Switch
Allen Pinson ... Rocker
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: The Trap

24 October 1958
Danny Mitchell is trying to find an engagement ring for his girl when he mistaken for a thief by the store owner. A fight convinces him he has killed the old man-- as such Danny's on the run! Ballinger is called in to find the kid before he gets into real trouble.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

Betty Lynn ... Susan Baines

Robert Fuller ... Danny Mitchell

Virginia Gregg ... Mrs. Mitchell
Harry Landers ... Max Decker
Percy Helton ... Harry Kreble
Edwin Jerome ... Mr. Ormand
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Force of Habit

31 October 1958
Val Mooney, hiding out from the cops, sees the perfect opportunity to evade them. When his wife's brother is killed in a massive warehouse fire, he forces her to identify the body as-- VAL MOONEY.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Margaret Field ... Rose Pulaski Mooney (as Maggie Mahoney)
Roscoe Ates ... Edwin Winkler (as Rosco Ates)
Patricia Huston ... Mary Pulaski
Robert Knapp ... Val Mooney
Charles Bateman ... Detective - Missing Persons Bureau
Michael Emmet ... Detective Gus Klinger
Edwin Reimers ... Announcer (as Edwin W. Reimers)
Deirdre Harrison ... Landlady
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: The Phantom Raiders

7 November 1958
A pair of high speed motorcycle thugs are robbing gas stations across Chicago. When one attendant gets shot, Ballinger goes undercover as a biker to crack the case.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
John Brinkley ... Bob Michaels

Yvette Vickers ... Sally
Nicky Blair ... Joe

Ed Nelson ... Lenny Maston
Elizabeth Harrower ... Mrs. Michaels
Stuart Wilson ... Jeweler
Dean Casey ... Officer Deano
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: The Merits of the Case

14 November 1958
A famous defense attorney is gunned down in his house. Now Ballinger must piece together the clues to find the killer.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Paula Raymond ... Judith Rollins

John Hoyt ... Leonard Rollins
Francis De Sales ... Dr. Myron Ross (as Francis DeSales)
Hugh Lawrence ... Police Sgt. Summers
Howard Ledig ... Mike Wilson
Charles Victor ... Alden Phelps
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Big Kill

21 November 1958
Larry Princeton is the master of bank heists-- he plans then sits back while his thugs pull off the job. Except for the last one-- which resulted in a bank teller's murder! Now Ballinger's after him.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Helen Westcott ... Ellen Thursby
Frank Maxwell ... Larry Princeton
Bek Nelson ... Ruby Angel
David Renard ... Steve Butler
Thomas Wilde ... Mr. Wilton (as Tom Wilde)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: The Sitters

28 November 1958
Unsuspecting women allow bookmakers to use their telephones in return for payment of $50 per week, but they later learn that their lives will be in danger if they try to get out of the agreement.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Mary Webster ... Barbara Sullivan
Robert Roark ... Champ Sullivan
Grant Richards ... Monty
James Gavin ... Chip Rantell
Gladys Thornton ... Mrs. Moran

Steve London ... Andrew Jarecki
Stan Jones ... Carl (as G. Stanley Jones)
Bart Carlin ... Collins (as Bart Carlon)
John Dennis ... George--Bartender
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: The Executioner

5 December 1958


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Dan Barton ... Ray Fredericks
Nan Leslie ... Jenny Fredericks
Herschel Bernardi ... Vic Gordon
Mary Munday ... Dallas Martin
Wilton Graff ... Henry Van Horne
John Sebastian ... Black Eyes
Reid Hammond ... Detective at Ray's
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: The Widows

12 December 1958


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Herbert Ellis ... Manny Berman (as Herb Ellis)
John Goddard ... Det. Mike Davis
Jeanne Vaughn ... Evelyn Lucas
Joel Ashley ... Arthur Wendell Cane
Chris Fortune ... Loretta Kirby
Jeane Wood ... Mrs. Lucas
Sheldon Allman ... Reynolds
William White ... Mike Polka (as Bill Hampton)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Contraband

19 December 1958


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

Ross Martin ... Corvin
Marti Stevens ... Eve Parker
King Calder ... Roger Taylor

Bill Cord ... Detective Dave Price
Thom Carney ... Howard Harley
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Prescription for Murder

26 December 1958
The wife of a brain surgeon is abducted and threatened with death if the surgeon goes ahead with an emergency operation to save a critically injured police witness that can implicate a loan shark in two murders.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
George N. Neise ... Dr. Stephen Renzik (as George Neise)
John Beradino ... Lucky Cortello
Barry Russo ... Patch (as John Duke)
Helen Mowery ... Anita Renzik
George Brenlin ... Benny Harris
David Alpert ... Dr. Lewis Stokely (as David R. Alpert)
Jack Anthony ... Paul Russo (uncredited)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: The Teacher

2 January 1959


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

Tom Laughlin ... Nick 'Sharpy' Sharples
Sue George ... Irene Hanson

Burt Reynolds ... Pete Marashi
Mark Douglas ... Roy Wilks
Stuart Randall ... Ralph Schnider
Maida Severn ... Mrs. Ralph Schnider
Ron Gorton ... Joey
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: The Third Shadow

9 January 1959


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Monica Lewis ... Grace Richards
Tony Travis ... Officer Dave Price
Alfred Shelly ... Greg Cook (as Al Shelly)
Amy Fields ... Ruth Scanlan
Richard Benedict ... Al Stemple
Guy Prescott ... Maxwell
Ted Thorpe ... Cook's Lawyer
Roy Engel ... Police Capt. Thomas
Stuart Holmes ... Doctor (unconfirmed)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: One Man's Life

23 January 1959
An innocent man will be executed in 48 hours unless Lieutenant Ballinger can convince a socially prominent woman to recant the false testimony that she gave as a result of a ruthless blackmailer's threats.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Robert H. Harris ... Walter Novotny

June Vincent ... Lisa Warren
Mark Roberts ... Joey Devon
Stephen Chase ... Capt. Clint McArthur
David Tomack ... Fred Snade
Richard Tretter ... Private Policeman
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: The Jumper

30 January 1959


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Don Reardon ... Ernie Vogel
Patricia Manning ... Georgia Callahan
John Goddard ... Detective Steve Davis
Ward Wood ... Detective Gus Simmons
Jack Bryan ... Jerry Walker
Jack Carr ... Officer Mike Callahan
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: The Last Act

6 February 1959


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Donald Buka ... Jerry Stewart
Elaine Edwards ... Laura Dennis
Jim Bannon ... Sam Harding
Stewart Bradley ... Ernie Roper
Robert Gibbons ... Mike
Bill Baucom ... Gruman
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Mugger Murder

13 February 1959


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Grace Raynor ... Stella
Bern Hoffman ... Robert Hummell
Jaclynne Greene ... Ruth Hummell
James Chandler ... Policeman in Alley
Gene Roth ... Bartender
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Byron Morrow ... Coroner (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: The Star Witness

20 February 1959


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Virginia Vincent ... Mary Graymore

Paul Picerni ... Al Samson
Terry Becker ... Rainey
Abigail Shelton ... Angela (as Abbey Shelton)
Sidney Clute ... Ralph-- Club Manager (as Sid Clute)
Mary Gregory ... Lucy--Police Woman
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Perri ... Lou Petti (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: The Take Over

27 February 1958


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Joan O'Brien ... Marla Ross
Murvyn Vye ... Troy Jordan
Sylvia Stone ... Mrs. Molly Patrick
Kem Dibbs ... Packy Edwards
John Sebastian ... Jo Jo Henderson
Tony Rock ... Det. Sgt. Turnbull
Paul Baxley ... Flicker Olman
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: Voluntary Surrender

6 March 1959


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

Bert Remsen ... Harry Frost
Mary Adams ... Mrs. Frost
Mary Treen ... Mary Cosgrove
Paul Dubov ... Gil Kirby
Virginia Lee ... Dottie Warren (as Virginia R. Lee)
Hal Baylor ... Detective Finley
Constance Cameron ... Sara Thurston
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: Death Threat

13 March 1959


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Paul Burke ... Ted Stevens
Jacqueline Mayo ... Marjorie Stevens

Len Lesser ... Red McShane
Sondra Rodgers ... Agnes Moultrie

Phil Chambers ... Reverend Travis
Barry Brooks ... Man
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: The Harpies

20 March 1959


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Beatrice Kay ... Ma Nelson
Gail Kobe ... Anne Weldon

Luana Anders ... Lola Green
Betsy Jones-Moreland ... Carla Kinross
Elmore Vincent ... Building Janitor
Judd Holdren ... Lloyd Weldon
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: Ghost Town

27 March 1959
Lieutenant Ballinger and the FBI have few leads and little time to find a kidnapped socialite with a predilection for visiting jazz clubs. Bound, unattended, and hidden in a condemned building during a cruel Chicago winter, the young woman is in grave danger of dying from injury or exposure before she can be rescued.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Alan Marshal ... Vincent Brooks
Sally Todd ... Peggy Mason
John Herman Shaner ... Stan Rollins (as John Shaner)
Maggie McCarter ... Suzanne 'Susie' Brooks
Charles Herbert ... Jimmy Woodruff
Bill Baldwin ... Special Agent Swan

Sid Melton ... Bernie Amboy
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 27: The Vanishing Lady

3 April 1959


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Jack Mullaney ... Bert Rockwood
Mary LaRoche ... Virginia Reed
Mary Scott ... Ann Edwards
William Hudson ... Paul Webster
John Eldredge ... Robert J. Rockwood
Henry McCann ... Roy Matlock
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 28: The Crush Out

10 April 1959


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
William Phipps ... Larry Barker
Tyler McVey ... Warden Tallman
James Chandler ... Senator Cole
Robert Burton ... Sam Cargan
Michael Rye ... Deputy Warden Carlson
Ashley Cowan ... Eddie Wales
Mike Ragan ... Henry Filson
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Patricia Lloyd ... Mrs. Marlene Barker (uncredited)
Carl MacIntire ... TV Reporter (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 29: The Fire Makers

17 April 1959


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

James Coburn ... Harry Blacker

Leonard Nimoy ... Ben Blacker
Georgine Darcy ... Julie
Milton Frome ... Henry Sellers
Steven Ritch ... Lou Martin
Maida Severn ... Mrs. O'Rourke
Helen Conrad ... Mrs. Boroff
Bud and Travis ... Coffee House Duo
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor ... Tim O'Rourke (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 30: The Terror on Dark Street

24 April 1959
Lieutenant Ballinger investigates a possible link between a series of Dark Street purse snatchings and the disappearance of a successful but unhappily married architect.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

Jocelyn Brando ... Mrs. Esther Bonsel
Carleton G. Young ... Arthur Princely
Barbara Drew ... Mrs. Vinton
John Milford ... Charles Saturis
Jack Rice ... Mr. Carmedy
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Dick Wilson ... Max, Cabbie (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 31: Robber's Roost

1 May 1959


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Mark Douglas ... Jimmy Crawley
Robert Griffin ... Artie Flegg (as Robert E. Griffin)
Evelyn Scott ... Peggy Hanson
Jim Hayward ... Sam Talbert
Howard McLeod ... Police Sgt. Keller
Paul E. Burns ... Mr. Crowley
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 32: The Baited Hook

8 May 1959


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Vic Perrin ... Jack Willis
Laurie Carroll ... Carol Willis

Buddy Lester ... Tuley Miller
Jack Ging ... Bob Haskell
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 33: Model in the Lake

15 May 1959
A swimsuit model is found dead in Lake Michigan, but physical evidence indicates the she may not have drowned while swimming. Lieutenant Ballinger becomes convinced that she was murdered after he learns that she was a strong swimmer and an iniquitous individual with a large number of unexplained bank deposits.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Whitney Blake ... Jo Bennett
Richard Garland ... Ted Ross
Robert McQueeney ... Jim Leeds
Charlie Shelander ... Det. Dave Janssen (as Charles Shelander)
Barbara Darrow ... Shelly Dana
Louise Lewis ... Cara Vincent
Pat O'Malley ... Mr. Cleary
Diana Anderson ... Model (uncredited)
George Eldredge ... Coroner (uncredited)
Gretchen Foster ... Model (uncredited)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Melinda Markey ... Model (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 34: The Outsider

22 May 1959


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Joyce Meadows ... Ellen Benson
William Tregoe ... Billy Rogers
Michael Garth ... Carey Benson
Nancy Valentine ... Connie Lyman
Nestor Paiva ... Mataxas
Ralph Moody ... Ralph Crane
Ed Prentiss ... Dr. Hover
Molly Dodd ... Police Sgt. Connally
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 35: High School Bride

29 May 1959


Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Jimmy Murphy ... Lonnie McCandless

Marion Ross ... Lucy Kerr
Jeanne Bates ... Mrs. Leo Compton
Rusty Lane ... Jay McCandless
Deanna Ross ... Wilma McCandless
Phil Arnold ... Calypso Head Waiter
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 36: The Dangerous Game

5 June 1959
The M squad is called in after a brutal robbery at the Leslie Fur Salon leaves a man clinging to death. As the investigation progresses, the situation faced by M Squad becomes more and more complex.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

Kasey Rogers ... Helene Victor
Jonathan Hole ... Arthur Leslie

Paul Lukather ... Ralph Cordello
Laurie Mitchell ... Bunny Lacey
House Peters Jr. ... Jess Reinger
Mary Gregory ... Carol Squires
Max Dommar ... Emile
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 37: Decoy in White

12 June 1959
The M Squad become involved when a bank manager laundering illegal money is killed. The situation becomes tangled when a young lady accompanying the bank manager comes forward.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Mike Road ... John Spicer

Mike Mazurki ... Coskie, Karate Instructor
James Flavin ... Paul Maitland
Judy Bamber ... Kitty Osborne
Maggie McCarter ... Adele
Dorothea Lloyd ... Mrs. Paul Maitland
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 38: Mr. Grim's Rabbits

19 June 1959
A seemingly random dockside shooting leads M Squad on a strange investigation involving fur skins and ancient Inca artifacts.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Carole Mathews ... Pilar Olivera
Tim Graham ... Prof. John Hibbins
Ralph Clanton ... R. Franklyn Matson III
Patricia Michon ... Doris Hibbins
Freeman Lusk ... Dr. Girard
Terry Frost ... Art Towne
Voorheis J. Ardoin ... Johnny Marks, Morgue Attendant (uncredited)
Michael Carr ... Sailor (uncredited)
Jerry Hall ... Detective (uncredited)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Don Hix ... Night Watchman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 39: The Platter Pirates

26 June 1959
A D.J threatens to reveal the influence of racketeers in the music industry. Before he can go to air with the information he is gunned down. M squad are brought in to solve the mystery of the death as well as the validity of the information he was going to reveal.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Gale Robbins ... Dolly Pyper
Tommy Farrell ... Dick Pyper
Patricia Huston ... Julie Ferrell
Lou Krugman ... Danny Harrod
Baynes Barron ... Al Goodrich
Howard McLeod ... Cady
Bruce Hayes ... Sy Mitchell
Frank Garfield ... Ralph Goodrich (uncredited)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Robin Raymond ... Grace Goodrich (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 40: Death Is a Clock

3 July 1959
LT. Frank Ballinger takes a personal interest in a case when the wife of convicted murderer Paul Danzig approaches him for help. Danzig has only 20 hours to live and his wife talks openly of stopping the clock. Ballinger has to figure out what she means, and ensure the right man pays for the crime of murder.

Lee Marvin ... Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Capt. Grey
Madlyn Rhue ... Loretta Danzig
Douglas Henderson ... Paul Danzig
Stacy Harris ... Jerry Danzig
James Seay ... Dr. Raymond
Claire Carleton ... Witness at Tito's
Vernon Rich ... Clayburn
Walter Bacon ... Reporter (uncredited)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Richard LaMarr ... Barfly (uncredited)

George Selk ... Prison Guard (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Ten Minutes to Doomsday

18 September 1959
M Squad hunts for a bomb before it blows up a hospital. Jonas Blecker, an embittered bank clerk who went to prison for dipping in the till to loan money to depositors down on their luck, wants to commemorate his 1st anniversary as a free man by killing the judge who gave him the maximum sentence. The judge is in Columbus Hospital for a delicate operation and he can't be moved.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
James Bell ... Jonas Blecker
Ross Elliott ... Police Sgt. Smith
Ann Morrison ... Mrs. Jonas Blecker
Francis De Sales ... Dr. Arthur May
Jeanne Bates ... Nurse
Lois De Banzie ... Cindy (uncredited)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: The European Plan

25 September 1959
Mrs Ashton is killed during a house robbery. The M squad are brought in to try and work out what happened. A very open and shut case suddenly becomes exceedingly complex.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Lili Kardell ... Elsa Berksen
Paul Burke ... Harry Klorr

Frank Albertson ... Walter Ashton
Gail Bonney ... Lenore Ashton
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Sunday Punch

2 October 1959
When a well-liked retired couple is found brutally murdered, evidence points to their curmudgeonly neighbor. Lieutenant Ballinger is initially skeptical of his story, but thorough investigation reveals that things are not always as they seem.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Barry Kelley ... Joe Whittaker
Robert Knapp ... Bill Franklin
Jo Kaiser ... Judy Franklin
Hugh Lawrence ... Det. Carl Laughton
Smoki Whitfield ... Boxing Trainer (as Jordan Whitfield)
Philip Phillips ... George Frankliln (as Phil Phillips)
Rita Duncan ... Elizabeth Kelly (uncredited)
Fred Graham ... Tiger Phil Kelly (uncredited)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Boxing Trainer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Jeopardy by Fire

9 October 1959
The M squad is called in after a series of factory fires occur in the Chicago area. The case become complex after the unusual chemical signature of the fire accelerants is identified.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

Marc Lawrence ... Vince Cronin
William Keene ... Captain Bates (as Wm. Keene)
Harlan Warde ... Wally

Penny Edwards ... Ellie Sims
Harry Harvey ... Store Clerk (as Harry Harvey Sr.)

David McMahon ... Owens
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: Murder in C-Sharp Minor

16 October 1959
Detective Ballinger is brought in to investigate the murder of night club owner Joe Dalio. The case seems open and cut with a suspect in custody, however Ballinger has just enough doubt to continue the investigation.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Lawrence Dobkin ... Barney Traxler
Harry Jackson ... Ben Riker

Howard McNear ... Carl Hoganson
Peter Leeds ... Larry Blair
Jody Lawrance ... Rebecca Traxler (as Jody Lawrence)
Herb Vigran ... Danny
Robert Osterloh ... Joe DaLiso
Peter Brian ... Police Sgt. Hedburg
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Kenner G. Kemp ... Phone Team Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: The Human Bond

23 October 1959
A bail bondsman's son is kidnapped to force his father to post an $80,000 bond for the release of a murderous extortionist. Lieutenant Ballinger finds himself on a dangerous high-speed boat chase when the culprit attempts to avoid trial (and a likely death sentence) by escaping to Canada.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Grant Richards ... Edward J. Carty
Carolyn Craig ... Jean Woodley
Raoul De Leon ... Arthur Michaels (as Raoul DeLeon)

Argentina Brunetti ... Mrs. Doris Michaels
Don Oreck ... Paul Michaels
Claire Carleton ... Sea Horse Bar Owner
Leonard P. Geer ... Goozy (as Lennie Geer)
Roy Barcroft ... Kenny Fowler / Pat Wilson (uncredited)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Mama's Boy

30 October 1959
Detective Ballinger is called in after what seems to be a professional hit on a desk clerk at a hotel. A witness identifies who may have done the killing, but Ballinger is concerned he can not find any connection for why the clerk should have been shot.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
William Allyn ... Bill Leonard
John Beradino ... Nick Cordell
Katherine Warren ... Mrs. Leonard (as Katharine Warren)
Joseph Vitale ... Ben Carter
Julie Scott ... Nicky Kilgren
Mary Alan Hokanson ... Mrs. Johnson--Police Woman
Mike Bradford ... Jim Wilson (as Michael Bradford)

Joe Conley ... Jack Moreno
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Larry Perron ... Harry Mapes (uncredited)
Sue Randall ... Mrs. Jim Wilson (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Shred of Doubt

6 November 1959
Ballinger is called in to investigate when a burning car is found with the body of a young woman bound with wire inside. The chief suspect, playboy lawyer Paul Crater, seems to have an air tight alibi. Ballinger needs to cast his net wider to solve this mystery.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Don Dubbins ... Stick Wilson
Kendrick Huxham ... Alfred Beasley
Peter Adams ... Paul Crater
Vici Raaf ... Record Shop Blonde
Henry Hunter ... Floyd Gilbert
Alyce Ford ... Cynthia Gilbert
Cynthia Lourdes ... Record Shop Hostage
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Death by Adoption

20 November 1959
Used car salesman Larry Colman has argument with Art Brunswick, a man who claims to the be the father of Colman's daughter. Colman unearths evidence Brunswick is not who he claims to be leading to a deadly altercation.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Gail Kobe ... Mrs. Larry Coleman
Rayford Barnes ... Art Brunswick
David Leland ... Larry Coleman
Danny Davenport ... Gus Lasanik
Bill Quinn ... Detective Ken Donovan

Bill Erwin ... Detective Gene
Bobby Jordan ... Car Lot Employee (as Robert Jordan)
Judith Paige ... Judy Weringer
Jani Allen ... Ann the Baby
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: Another Face, Another Life

27 November 1959
Ballinger is part of an ongoing investigation into racketeering in the night club industry. After a fight breaks out in a club, Ballinger thinks he might have the break he has been looking for.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
James Douglas ... Rick Cummings
Barbara Stuart ... Barbara Gates
Jay Novello ... Max Williams
John Archer ... Brad Morgan
Ethel Shutta ... Mrs. Colfax
Will J. White ... Detective
John Bryant ... Albert Taylor
Charles J. Conrad ... Jungle Club Stagehand
Wally Rose ... Art, Lab Tech
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Voice from the Grave

4 December 1959
Harry Conklin is killed while on the way to a secret Senate hearing into stand over tactics in the trucking industry. Suspicion falls heavily on a rival Martin Bodie. It is up to Ballinger to fight through the silence and uncover the truth.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Carole Mathews ... Ruth Webster
Nan Leslie ... Martha Conklin
Robert Karnes ... Harry Conklin
Lyle Latell ... Nick Anson
Edd Cramer ... Martin Bodie (as Ed D. Cramer)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Edward Kramer ... Man (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: The Upset

11 December 1959
Danny Sutton is arrested. During the interview a rookie detective makes a mistake and Sutton gets access to a gun and Ballinger finds himself caught in a tense hostage situation.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

Adam Williams ... Denny Sutton
Richard Newton ... Det. Cliff Howard
Tommy Cook ... Pete Sutton
Rosemary Day ... Mrs. Cliff Howard
John McKee ... Joe, Detective
Barbara Knudson ... Tina (as Barbara Knudsen)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: One of Our Armored Cars Is Missing

18 December 1959
An armored car is hijacked during a pickup at a government installation. There are surprisingly fews clues left behind by the criminals and Ballinger needs to try and unravel the mystery.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Laurie Mitchell ... Carla Morgan

Richard Carlyle ... Shorty Conlon
Joyce Meadows ... Mrs. Jane Barkley
Jerry Oddo ... Pete Greco
Logan Field ... Joe Levanti, Guard
William Forrest ... Mr. Manning
Joe Haworth ... Al Barkley

Norman Leavitt ... Vending Machine Co. Manager
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: The Ivy League Bank Robbers

25 December 1959
A woman and her baby are hospitalized after a group of bank robbers run them down during an escape. Ballinger wants the men for the robbery but more importantly he wants them to pay for what happened to the woman and her baby

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Carol Ohmart ... Edna Reed
Jimmy Lydon ... Joseph Rinehart (as James Lydon)
Ron Starr ... Noel Reed
Steve Gravers ... Talaferio
Ben Hammer ... Det. Mariani
Denny Niles ... Mel Crowell
Richard Tyler ... Phil Dehner
Howard Wright ... Charlie, Bank Guard
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: The Twisted Way

1 January 1960
A witness fingers the gangster who cut a rival in half with a shotgun blast, but the killer's alibied by a beautiful actress. The thesp is beloved in ChiTown and has a sterling rep that'll guarantee acquittal. Lt. Ballinger must discredit her story and find out why Tammy's lying for smarmy hood Sandy, who now controls the Loop liquor racket.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

Joanna Barnes ... Tammy Worth
Charles Cooper ... Sandy Malone
Walter Coy ... Detective Ray Gargan
Virginia Christine ... Mrs. Jake Fassard
Tetsu Komai ... Fred Keyoto
S. John Launer ... Carl Wright
Eddie Parker ... Plainclothesman (as Ed Parker)
Don Turner ... Patrolman
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: The Man Who Went Straight

8 January 1960
Ballinger gets a tip from John Clavell, that an old drug dealer Manny Franchette is coming back into town to re-establish his old network. Clavell wants no part of it having decided to got straight.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Robert H. Harris ... Manny Franchette
Harry Bartell ... Johnny Clavell
Jarl Victor ... Carbo
Harry Landers ... Torrance

Rand Brooks ... Purser
Don Kohler ... Police Sgt. Brighton
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: The Second Best Killer

15 January 1960
Herbie Ryder gains fame for stopping a bank robbery. After a media interview he is shot and killed. Ballinger is brought in in the belief that organized crime has ordered the hit.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Ray Stricklyn ... Vern Sawder
Penny Santon ... Mrs. Ryder
Aline Towne ... Gloria Stark

Ralph Votrian ... Herbie Ryder (as Ralph Joseph Votrian)
Mari Lynn ... Eva
Carl MacIntire ... TV Interviewer (as Carl McIntire)

Dick Wilson ... Moe Norton
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: Pitched Battle at Bluebell Acres

22 January 1960
Ballinger is brought in when a robbery and murder occurs at an armory. He is puzzled by the list of weapons stolen including a bazooka and other heavy weapons. He knows they cant sell the weapons, so what is their plan?

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
George Keymas ... Ken Frost
John Dennis ... Jim Digger
Frank Richards ... Piggy Cole
Jack Mather ... Lt. Jack Cassidy
Cay Conway ... Patsy Parsons
Bill Cassady ... Officer
Ken Christy ... Farley
John Gallaudet ... Lt. Col. Prince (uncredited)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Jon Locke ... Patrolman Bill Cassidy (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: The Man Who Lost His Brain

26 January 1960
When an "electronic brain" worth $2,000,000 is stolen and held for ransom of $300,000, Captain Grey and Lieutenant Ballinger devise an elaborate ruse that they hope will lead them to the computer and the thieves.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Vinton Hayworth ... Russell Madison
Howard Petrie ... Patrick - Heist Team Boss

Steve Conte ... Tony Damen
Jean Howell ... Miss Welles
Fred Coby ... Heist Team Member
Vince Williams ... Heist Team Member
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: A Debt of Honor

2 February 1960
During a crack down on Chicago crime, Bugsy Page makes threats against the Attorney General Russel Madison. Ballinger needs to decide if the threats are real or simply an attempt to throw the man off.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
William Phipps ... Al 'Bugsy' Page
Nesdon Booth ... Joe Engel
Robert Clarke ... Ralph Mattson
Judy Bamber ... Ava Lane
Eddie Foster ... Jack 'Frenchie' Dulac
Larry J. Blake ... Gino Machetti (as Larry Blake)
Simon Prescott ... Danny Boy (as Sy Prescott)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: The Man with Frank's Face

9 February 1960
A badly beaten man is admitted to hospital. He does not have long to live and the police need to work fast to solve the mystery. The man appears unremarkable other than being an identical twin of Ballinger.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger / Barney
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Robert Bailey ... Cal Dorso
Herbert Ellis ... Treasury Agent Wayne Taylor (as Herb Ellis)
John Harmon ... Babe
Wolfe Barzell ... Maxie

Tom Reese ... Monk
Greta Thyssen ... Lisa
Jim Hayward ... Ferguson (as Jim Hayworth)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: Burglar's Nightmare

16 February 1960
A trio of bank robbers try to blow a safe. It all goes wrong and one of the criminals is killed in the explosion. Ballinger thinks there is a connection between other bank vault jobs in the area.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Robert Armstrong ... Otto Penick
John Goddard ... Charles Logan

Connie Hines ... Penny Hart
Jim Overlin ... Eddie Hart (as Jim Oberlin)
Jerry O'Sullivan ... Detective
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 23: Needle in a Haystack

23 February 1960
Lanny Cord escapes from a court room and disappears. Ballinger is interested in the case because he's originally arrested Cord and had always sworn to kill Ballinger if he had the opportunity.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

H.M. Wynant ... Lanny Cord
Joan Marshall ... Karen Tinsley
Else Bäck ... Mrs. Cord (as Else Neft)
Kip King ... Badger
Marc Cavell ... Pinky (as Marc 'Butch' Cavell)
Alfred Shelly ... Tony Dugan (as Al Shelley)

Johnny Silver ... J. C. Grevy
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: Race to Death

1 March 1960
British racing car driver Morrison is killed in a local race. The driver's chief mechanic presents evidence to M Squad that indicated the car may have been tampered with before the accident.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Don Kelly ... Joe Calhoun (as Don O'Kelly)

J. Pat O'Malley ... Charlie Millhouse
Mary Munday ... Jackie
Diana Crawford ... Peggy Morrison
Bill Baldwin ... Announcer
Len Hendry ... Tom
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 25: The Velvet Stakeout

8 March 1960
Conrad Brenner is found dead in an apparent suicide. As Ballinger continues the investigation it becomes evident that he's actually been murdered, when a personal diary can't be found, Ballinger realizes the truth of the case.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Whitney Blake ... Peg Mallinson
John Shay ... Vic Adams

Malcolm Atterbury ... Whitey Stone
Oliver McGowan ... Conrad 'Connie' Brenner
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 26: Anything for Joe

15 March 1960
After a narcotics robbery, Ballinger makes an arrest, but is concerned the collar was too easy. Everything about the arrested person does not seem to add up and Ballinger pushes hard for answers.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Ann Morrison ... Mrs. Pulaski
John Herman Shaner ... Joe Pulaski (as John Shaner)
Joe Corey ... Vic Parker (as Joseph Corey)
Jody Warner ... Fran Ellison
Charles Tannen ... Angie, Bartender
Herbert Lytton ... Janitor (as Herbert C. Lytton)
Jack Harris ... Detective Harrison
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 27: A Kid Up There

22 March 1960
Frank Ballinger becomes involved in a tense hostage situation, he must restrain his instinct to simply shoot it out because of fears their may be a young child involved.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

Bert Freed ... Police Lt. Shannon
Connie Gilchrist ... Jane Finchley

Al Ruscio ... Freddie Cannell
Jimmy Baird ... Freddie Cannell Jr.
Gil Frye ... Patrolman
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 28: Diary of a Bomber

29 March 1960
Ballinger is on a case involving threats against a visiting prince to Chicago. Mo one is taking the situation too seriously until a little girl accidentally finds the detonating device for a home made bomb.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Debbie Megowan ... Peggy Jackson
Robert Carricart ... John W. Raffel
Maggie McCarter ... Mrs. Jackson
Mark Neiman ... John Zachek (as Marc Neiman)
Robert Stevenson ... Randy Flanagan (as Robert J. Stevenson)
Coleman Francis ... Moving Man
Robert Nash ... Desk Sgt.
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 29: Let There Be Light

5 April 1960
During a robbery one of the criminals is hit in the eye and blinded. Ballinger has a fair idea who is behind the crime. Urgency increases when news comes through an eye specialist has been kidnapped.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

Les Tremayne ... Dr. Elliott Conan
K.T. Stevens ... Mrs. Blocker
Garry Walberg ... Marty Lance
Frank Killmond ... Jerry Lance
Bernard Fein ... John Keefer
Terry Burnham ... Patti Blocker
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Sydna Scott ... Nurse Davis (uncredited)
John Zaremba ... Watchman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 30: A Gun for Mother's Day

12 April 1960
Lieutenant Ballinger works to solve a series of armed holdups as a means toward the capture of shotgun-wielding Ma Phelan, who murdered a detective while helping her son Pete escape from police custody.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

Marvin Kaplan ... Arbogast
Jeremy Slate ... Pete Phelan
Frances Morris ... Ma Phelan

Ed Nelson ... Jerry Howes
Phil Tully ... Police Sgt. Glennys
Alan Reynolds ... Lt. Clarke
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 31: Man with the Ice

19 April 1960
Ballinger is working a jewelry theft when he becomes convinced one of thieves is a clean skin amateur. He realizes by putting pressure on this individual he has a chance to crack the entire racket open.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Jean Willes ... Lisa Grange
Stan Irwin ... Bert Silk
Linda Lawson ... Delores Faye

Joe Flynn ... Mr. Fein
Jimmy Cross ... Bellboy

Al Hodge ... Jack Parness
Roxane Brooks ... Switchboard Operator (as Roxanne Brooks)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 32: Dead Parrots Don't Talk

3 May 1960
A penny arcade owner is robbed and murdered. Suspision falls on a local peddler. But Ballinger thinks there is more to this case than anyone is admitting.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Arthur Batanides ... Joe the Peddler
Elaine Edwards ... Joan Zender
Robert Ellis ... Tom Herrick
Bara Byrnes ... Sheila Kent (as Bobbi Byrnes)
Warren J. Kemmerling ... Sign Language Expert (as Warren Kemmerling)

Norman Leavitt ... Garth the Barber
Arthur Space ... Dr. Green
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Forrest Taylor ... Pop Larsen (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 33: A Grenade for a Summer's Evening

10 May 1960
A man is killed while sleeping Ballinger begins to investigate and discovers very different opinions about the dead man's character exist.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

Jeanne Cooper ... Lola Haskell
Terry Becker ... Arthur Cooley (as Adam Becker)
Patty Ann Gerrity ... Barbie Haskell
Wesley Lau ... Harry Norman
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 34: Two Days for Willy

17 May 1960
Willy Nichols is due to testify in a narcotics investigation, although under police protection he receives a threatening phone call and suddenly disappears. Ballinger must find Nichols to save the case.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

Alan Hale Jr. ... Willy Nichols (as Alan Hale)
Peggy Webber ... Mary Nichols
Harry Lauter ... Ben G. Craley
Mark Tapscott ... Milt
Robert F. Hoy ... Chris

Stephen Talbot ... Bobby Nichols
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 35: Badge for a Coward

24 May 1960
Accompanied by a female reporter, Lieutenant Ballinger investigates an elderly woman's charge that the man who robbed her store and killed a police officer was able to escape as a direct result of Officer George Maxwell's cowardice.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Ed Kemmer ... Officer George Maxwell (as Edward Kemmer)

Ruta Lee ... Sheila McAfee

Leonard Nimoy ... Robert Nash
Kathryn Card ... Mrs. Williams
Addison Richards ... Mr. Maxwell
Stephen Chase ... Deputy Commissioner Brandon

Season 3, Episode 36: Closed Season

31 May 1960
Sonny Bradley is charged with murder. Ballinger begins to investigate and quickly realizes something is not right about the statements from the witnesses, and starts see a much bigger game being played.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Paula Raymond ... Myrna Bradley

Dennis Patrick ... Sonny Bradley
Herbert Rudley ... Larry Gerard
Chet Stratton ... Hank Vogel
Anita Gordon ... Dr. Sharon Kingsley
Robert Kino ... Yuki Shabada
Leonard P. Geer ... John Chase
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 37: Fire in the Sky

7 June 1960
A plane is blown up killing ten people. Evidence begins to indicate that it wasn't an accident. Ballinger begins to follow the trail and starts to discover a complicated insurance scam in action.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
Rita Lynn ... Mrs. Raleigh King

Richard Deacon ... Raleigh King

Frank Wilcox ... Col. Arthur Donald
Austin Green ... Rodgers
Theodore Newton ... Garden
Jerry O'Sullivan ... Police Sgt. Joe Forbes
Tom Monroe ... Joe Fisher
Philip Chapin ... Munro (uncredited)
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 38: The Tiger's Cage

14 June 1960
A bookkeeper is robbed and murdered at a circus. A clown named Laslo is identified as the killer. Ballinger and the rest of M squad have to deal with how Laslo could have committed the crime while performing in front of 5000 people in the main tent.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey

Alan Reed ... Colonel Sims
Dan Riss ... Lazlo
Regina Gleason ... Jean Tobin

Don 'Red' Barry ... Leo Walsh (as Donald Barry)
Art Lewis ... Harry Elm
Joseph Mell ... Tumulty (as Joe Mell)
George Eldredge ... Jackson, Lab Supervisor
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Joey (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 39: The Bad Apple

21 June 1960
Ballinger and M squad are called in to investigate a diamond robbery. All the evidence points to an inside job. M squad have the tough task of working out who was the inside connection.

Lee Marvin ... Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger
Paul Newlan ... Police Capt. Grey
June Blair ... Patty Conway

Charles Aidman ... Danny Conway
Boyd Holister ... Sam Francis (as Robert Palmer)
Baily Harper ... Joan Woods
Nora Marlowe ... Mrs. Conway
Pitt Herbert ... Dervin
Robert Courtleigh ... Mulgrave's Manager
Ed Herlihy ... Opening Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

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