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Season: 1 | 2 | 3
Year: 1958 | 1959 | 1960 | 1961


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Kill

22 September 1958
A gang attempts to extort money from Mother. When she refuses to pay, the gang dynamites her club and critically injures its owner. When the police investigation into the bombing moves too slowly for Gunn, the detective goes hunting for the man he holds responsible.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Gavin MacLeod ... George Fallon

Jack Weston ... Dave Green
John Truax ... Henry Ives
Sam Scar ... Al Fusary
Bill Chadney ... Emmett Ward
Joe Bassett ... Gunman
Charles Maxwell ... Gunman

Gene Coogan ... Gangster (uncredited)
Ben Frommer ... Man at Funeral (uncredited)

Charles Horvath ... Gangster (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Charles Morton ... Gangster (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Streetcar Jones

29 September 1958
Gunn is hired by a jazz club owner to prove one of his musicians has been framed for murder, but the musician's lawyer doesn't want Gunn's assistance.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Patricia Powell ... Sally Norris
Leigh Whipper ... Lodi
Carlo Fiore ... Streetcar Jones
Carlyle Mitchell ... George Norris
George Barrows ... Second Hood (uncredited)
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)
Tom Monroe ... First Hood (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Vicious Dog

6 October 1958
When newspaper editor George Walker is viciously attacked by a German shepherd, he calls on Peter Gunn to find out why, and his suspicions center on Carl Kane, a powerful and shady businessman. Gunn's path to the truth leads through late-night strong-arm meetings, a poetry-quoting bum and Walker's overly helpful assistant.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Virginia Christine ... Nancy Davis
Paul Dubov ... Carl Kane

J. Pat O'Malley ... Homer Tweed
Tyler McVey ... George Walker
Oscar Blank ... Hobo Listening to Poetry (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Mathew McCue ... Hobo Listening to Poetry (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Hobo Listening to Poetry (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Blind Pianist

13 October 1958
A suavely-dressed man calmly enters a nightclub late at night, carefully takes off his scarf and with it, strangles an older woman who is sitting at a table. The only other person in the nightclub is a blind pianist, who hires his friend Peter Gunn to help find the murderer.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Richard Ney ... Guy Beckett
Barbara Stuart ... Shirley Blaze
Herbert Ellis ... Wilbur (as Herb Ellis)

Barney Phillips ... Stephen Ware

Ned Glass ... Max Walston

E.J. André ... Poet
Elisabeth Talbot-Martin ... Laura Hope Stanfield (as Elizabeth Talbot-Martin)
Capri Candela ... Capri (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: The Frog

20 October 1958
A low-level mobster, the Frog (Stubby Kruger), is stabbed on a dock and falls into a river, his jaunty green hat floating above him. The Frog was waiting to meet Peter Gunn, who is jumped when he goes to the Frog's apartment. Gunn kills his attacker, setting off a police investigation into the deaths.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Whit Bissell ... Daniel Swink
Jean Inness ... Loretta Gymps
Arthur Kendall ... Vernon Lilly
Stubby Kruger ... The Frog (as Harold Kruger)
Dick Crockett ... The Assassin
Robert Bain ... Himself
Rolly Bundock ... Himself
Larry Bunker ... Himself
Richard Nash ... Himself
Jack Sperling ... Himself

John Williams ... Himself
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)
George Robotham ... 2nd Henchman (uncredited)

Shorty Rogers ... Shorty Rogers (uncredited)

Dale Van Sickel ... 1st Henchman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: The Chinese Hangman

27 October 1958
A young man enters his apartment and is immediately put into a sleeper hold by a huge assailant waiting inside, in the dark. The assailant hoists the victim into a hanging noose, and kicks a stool out from under him. The death is ruled a suicide. The giant is an assistant to Ahben Vanesku, a cult leader who hires Peter Gunn to find a female cult member who supposedly embezzled $ 200,000 from the cult. Gunn tracks the beautiful woman to Spain.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Marion Marshall ... Joanna Lund

Buddy Baer ... Clarence

Theodore Marcuse ... Ahben Unesku
Bob Jellison ... Sergeant Keep
Patrick Clement ... David Bryce

Season 1, Episode 7: Lynn's Blues

3 November 1958
A young man rides an apartment building's elevator up, but another man has opened an upper floor elevator door with a knife, stopping the elevator, then jumps on the roof of the elevator, opens the escape door, and shoots the young man. After the murder Edie's friend Lynn Martel, also a nightclub singer, begins to drink uncontrollably. Edie asks Peter Gunn to help Lynn out, and Gunn discovers that Lynn's club is controlled by mobsters.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Linda Lawson ... Lynn Martel
David Tomack ... Babe Santano
Guy Prescott ... Nat Krueger
William Masters ... Roger Dwyer
Joe Quinn ... Plain-clothes Man
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

William H. O'Brien ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Rough Buck

10 November 1958
A popular young boxer on his way up, Tony Triano, is shotgunned to death on a dark city street by professional hit men. His family is devastated - who would want the generous Tony dead ? Especially hard-hit is Tony's mediocre stablemate Gino, who Tony helped get fights. Tony's family hires Peter Gunn to find who killed Tony. When the drunken Gino comes to Mother's nightclub to meet with Gunn, he's waylaid and beaten by the hit men.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Antony Carbone ... Gino Nicholetti
Larri Thomas ... Sharon Moore

Ken Lynch ... Cal Matson
Arthur Batanides ... Gus Triano (as Arthur Batanidies)
Grazia Narciso ... Mama Rosa (as Grazia Narcisco)

Tito Vuolo ... Papa
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)
Chuck Couch ... 1st Henchman (uncredited)
Robert Haines ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... 2nd Henchman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Image of Sally

17 November 1958
A man just released from prison hurries down a dark street, sees a patrolman, then breaks into a run. He runs to a warehouse, where he's attacked by a gunman. In the struggle, the assailant is killed. The ex-con hires Peter Gunn to find his girlfriend, to help the ex-con beat the murder charge. Police Lt. Jacoby confides to Gunn that the dead man is a hired killer, and the ex-con took the rap for a payroll robbery, from which the take was never found. Gunn tracks down the girlfriend, who has no interest in helping, because she has a new lover. He's the ex-con's partner - who didn't go to prison.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Monica Lewis ... Sally Hall
Phillip Pine ... Si Robbin
Herbert Ellis ... Wilbur (as Herb Ellis)

Richard Devon ... Joe Nord
Capri Candela ... Capri
Robert Sherman ... Alley
Bruno VeSota ... Clerk
Robert Cavendish ... Detective
Dick Crockett ... Louie Dorson
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Waiter (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Poker Dealer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Man with the Scar

24 November 1958
A giant with a scarred face crashes into an apartment, then confronts a couple on the couch. He tosses the man aside, then strangles the woman, who frantically gestures that there's a gun in her desk. The young man shoots the huge attacker, who collapses, blood dripping from his mouth. The woman urges the young man to get out - she'll dispose of the body. After he leaves, the giant sits up and breaks into a huge grin. Peter Gunn is summoned by the District Attorney to find the beautiful woman, because the DA's been threatened: drop the case of a mobster he's prosecuting, or else they'll implicate the young man, who is the DA's son.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Joan Taylor ... Liz Hatton

Dick Wessel ... Yale Lubin (as Richard Wessel)

Billy Barty ... Babby
Peter Leeds ... Ulysses
Lewis Martin ... Ralph Davidson

Charles Horvath ... Julio Fezzano

Roy Thinnes ... Roy Davidson
James Yagi ... Waiter
Sol Gorss ... Max
James B. Leong ... Cook
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)

Clem Fuller ... Pool Hall Patron (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)
Walter Lawrence ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Pool Hall Patron (uncredited)

Harry Wilson ... Pool Hall Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Death House Testament

1 December 1958
The sole survivor of an armored car hold-up sends for Peter Gunn from his Death Row cell. The convict tells Pete how to find the $700,000 booty after Pete agrees to turn over the reward to his estranged daughter without telling her where it came from.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Lucy Marlow ... Sandra Lee
George Mitchell ... Whitey Collins
Sam Buffington ... Professor Olford
Harry Bartell ... Romney Kelly
Kathy Coombs ... Margaret Collins Wallace
Bruce Wendell ... Don Biddle
John Nolan ... Father Crowther

Byron Morrow ... Warden

Eddie Parker ... Attendant (as Edwin Parker)
John Truax ... Hoodlum

Gil Perkins ... Hoodlum

Season 1, Episode 12: The Torch

8 December 1958
An old man in a suit and a younger man dressed in black set a fire on the roof of a building. As the flames shoot up, a huge young man emerges and throws the man in the suit into the fire. The murdered man co-owned the business which was torched, and his young widow is suspected of contracting his murder, so she hires Peter Gunn to investigate.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Paula Raymond ... Martha Harrington

Bartlett Robinson ... Stanley Glidden
Robert Carricart ... The Torch

Walter Burke ... Ditto
Edward Ecker ... Giant
Gordon Mills ... Gregory Harrington
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: The Jockey

15 December 1958
A nightclub singer makes an unscheduled appearance on stage when she falls through a skylight. When the police rule her death accidental, her wealthy jockey boyfriend hires Peter Gunn to find the truth.

Season 1, Episode 14: Sisters of the Friendless

22 December 1958
A car attempts to run down a young man as he walks a lonely stretch of highway. He flees into the woods and over a convent wall striking his head. Hours later he wonders home. When he is charged with a murder and has no memory of where he had been, Peter Gunn is hired to uncover the alibi.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Marcel Dalio ... Antoine

Anna Lee ... Sister Thomas Aquinas
Charity Grace ... Mother Superior

Paul Carr ... Sandy Martin
Colette Jackson ... Laurie Hunter
Nino Tempo ... Nino

Mario Siletti ... Luigi Terelli

Charles Meredith ... Judge Lee
Leah Waggner ... Sister Benedict (as Lia Waggner)

Sam Flint ... Man in Park

Season 1, Episode 15: The Leaper

29 December 1958
An older man stands on a high ledge of a downtown building: he asks someone trying to coax him not to jump "What time is it ?" On a rooftop across the street, a sniper in a TV repairman's uniform, opens his repair case, extracts a rifle with a silencer, and shoots the leaper off the ledge. The leaper was performer Lester the Human Fly, so his widow hires Peter Gunn to find out who killed her husband - and why.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Katherine Squire ... Gussie Warnecke
Michael Ross ... Sam
James Lanphier ... Chop

Jean Carson ... Pearl
Murray Julian ... Lester Warnecke
Milt Hamerman ... Bellboy
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Fuse

5 January 1959
A heavyset man trudges down a quiet neighborhood street, into a dark house, flips on the light-switch, spurring a large group of family and co-workers to yell "Surprise !" It's his birthday, and he generously volunteers to pick up the pizza for the celebration. He's the reform leader of a stevedores' union - when he switches on his car's ignition, the car explodes. The obvious suspect is a mobster who muscles into unions, so the gangster hires Peter Gunn to find the real killer, before the docks explode too.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Ross Martin ... Sal Matzi
Maxine Cooper ... Maria Matzi
William Kendis ... Vince Cano
Frank Gerstle ... Jake Lynch
Gil Frye ... Carlo Matzi (as Gilbert Frye)
Vicente Padula ... Papa (as Vincent Padula)
John Daheim ... Assailant (as John Day)
Jay Lawrence ... Benny Tarentino
Craig Duncan ... Gunman

Jack Perkins ... Assailant
Byron Kane ... Barney - Bartender (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: Let's Kill Timothy

19 January 1959
2 safe-crackers realize too late that the lookout on their jewel store burglary is no longer looking out, he's absconded with the most valuable jewels. The double-crosser bursts into Mother's nightclub, interrupting Mother's Louis Armstrong-style rendition of "Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home," to beg Peter Gunn to protect a mysterious 4th conspirator, Timothy, so he and Timothy can catch a train out of town the next morning. Before Gunn can meet Timothy, the double-crosser flees. The 4th conspirator, waiting in the alley, is a trained seal, on a leash. Lt. Jacobi seals off the train station because the whole situation smells fishy.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Mel Leonard ... Casper Wellington

Henry Corden ... Vladimir
Arthur Hanson ... George

Frank Richards ... Tiny

Peter Brocco ... Drunk

David McMahon ... Desk Sergeant
John Perri ... Veterinarian
Abigail Shelton ... Secretary (as Abbey Shelton)
Rupert Rizzonelli ... Police Officer
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney - Bartender (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: The Missing Night Watchman

26 January 1959
Peter Gunn is hired by Quimby, a meek antiques store owner to track down a consignment of rare jewelry, before the arrogant collector finds out they've been stolen. The store's missing night-watchman is the obvious suspect, until he's fished out of the river with a round bullet in him - from a 1836 Colt.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Murray Matheson ... Phillip J. Lasdown

Howard McNear ... Charles Quimby

Hope Summers ... Landlady
Buddy Lewis ... Driver
Alan DeWitt ... Ballistics Expert
Harold Fong ... Chinese Houseboy
Ernest Raboff ... Coroner

Season 1, Episode 19: Murder on the Midway

2 February 1959
At a carnival, a magician promises the audience he'll make his gorgeous assistant disappear - instead she plummets out of the mummy's coffin onto the stage, shot dead. The show's strongman hires Peter Gunn to protect her seductive roommate (Nita Talbot, the Russian spy on Hogan's Heroes), who dances in veils. Soon, Gunn needs protection from a jealous Edie.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Nita Talbot ... Rowena

Stanley Adams ... The Baron
Jack Lomas ... Dave Sweetzer
Claire Meade ... Grandma
Ron Foster ... Martin Franklin (as Ronald Foster)
Kelton Garwood ... Magician
Lynn Cartwright ... Paula
Patty De Sautels ... Trixie (as Patty Desautels)

Chet Brandenburg ... Balloon Salesman (uncredited)
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)
Walter Lawrence ... Carnival Barker (uncredited)
Lock Martin ... Sideshow Giant (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Pecos Pete

9 February 1959
An assailant leaps Tarzan-style from a tree, murdering a wealthy rancher riding a horse. The victim's brother flies cross-country to hire Peter Gunn to disprove the Texas coroner's verdict of accidental death. The big city PI sticks out like a gun in a haystack compared to the suspiciously lackadaisical local sheriff, but Gunn rounds up a Texas-size line-up of prime suspects, who might turn and stampede him.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother
Jeff York ... Clay Baxter

Peggy Stewart ... Wilma Baxter

Ralph Moody ... Phineas Merryweather

Tom Fadden ... Luke Merryweather
Steve Gravers ... Frank Kelly
Kenneth Patterson ... Jim Billings
Jon Lormer ... Coroner

Tom Steele ... Ross Baxter
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Scuba

16 February 1959
Working alone late at night, a marine salvage company owner grabs a revolver to follow gigantic footprints out of his office to a dock, where a frogman croaks him with a spear-gun. His co-owner, a huge, hulking frogman, claims he's too upset to talk to anybody - except his lawyer. A meek insurance adjuster hires Peter Gunn to solve a series of mysterious riverside robberies, so Gunn enlists a competing salvage diver, whose lily pad is a swinging tiki lair, complete with seductive hula dancers.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Charles Cooper ... Jeff
Bern Hoffman ... Garvin
Gertrude Flynn ... Mrs. 'J'
Jackie Blanchard ... Jackie

Jonathan Hole ... Leeds

Eva Lynd ... Olga
Diane Webber ... Midge
Georgine Darcy ... Dottie (as Georgina Darcy)
Robert DeCost ... Moffat
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)
Dick Cherney ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: Edie Finds a Corpse

23 February 1959
After Edie discovers a male corpse in her shower, her finicky landlord (Joseph Kearns, Mr. Wilson from Dennis the Menace) threatens to break her lease. Leaving Lt. Jacobi to crack wise and console Edie, Peter Gunn pursues the killers, so she won't have an excuse to move in with him.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Ruta Lee ... Marie Gipson

Myron Healey ... Harvey Austin

Barbara Darrow ... Virginia Pelgram

Marjorie Bennett ... Manager

Joseph Kearns ... Bartel
Joseph Sargent ... Desk Clerk
William Justine ... Hackie
Bill Idelson ... Painter (as William Idelson)
Paul Bradley ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: The Dirty Word

2 March 1959
At his posh soirée, a publisher sneaks off into the garden to conspire with a sleazy PI. Hiding in the bushes, a man in gloves plugs the publisher, tosses the revolver, then splits. The PI picks it up, just in time for the party-goers to spot him holding the gat, which turns out to be his. The PI hires Peter Gunn to clear him, but is too afraid to level with Gunn.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Linda Watkins ... Louise Sinclair

Tom Brown ... Sammy Hayes
Simon Scott ... Paul Denner
Joseph Holland ... Arthur Sinclair
Lester Fletcher ... Waldo

William Fawcett ... Fuzzy Crane
David Hughes ... Abel Kinnard
Paul Bradley ... Party Guest (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Walter Lawrence ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Norman Stevans ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: The Ugly Frame

9 March 1959
Late at night in an empty greasy spoon, a mug coolly kills the owner, but when the register yields only $14, he just shrugs and unscrews his silencer. The diner was Lt. Jacoby's teenage hangout, so he rabidly pursues the murderer, while struggling to prevent a mob leader from muscling in on Jacoby's side of the river. To help Jacoby, Peter Gunn pays diminutive pool shark Babby (Billy Barty) for a lead.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Billy Barty ... Babby

Lewis Charles ... Mickey Quoit
Jimmy Murphy ... Jimmy Blane

Sandy Kenyon ... Ed Mooney
Shepherd Sanders ... Hotel Clerk (as Shep Sanders)
John Bleifer ... Eli Gans
John Hudkins ... Hank Barlow
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)
Corinne Cole ... Bimbo (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Diner Patron (uncredited)

Jack Stoney ... Pool Player (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: The Lederer Story

16 March 1959
As she's dying, a glamorous yacht owner staggers into Mother's, seeking out Peter Gunn. Gunn and Lt. Jacoby suspect she was poisoned and her husband pushed overboard - by her captain, maid, or butler (Sam Edwards, Little House on the Prairie's Bill Anderson) - who are all related, and overacting suspiciously. Gunn cases the yacht club for clues.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Otto Waldis ... Hugo Hessler

Sam Edwards ... Max
Roxane Brooks ... Rose
Margaret Muse ... Lucile Lederer
Tom McKee ... Cafe Owner

Roy Jenson ... Dutch
Jack Richardson ... Blackie
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: Keep Smiling

23 March 1959
A Murphy game blackmailing trio target lonely male bowlers from out-of-town, murdering an uncooperative one with a bowling ball. After his own tryst in the blackmailers' Poke Street love nest, bowling conclave organizer Woolrich (Jackie Coogan, Uncle Fester of "The Addams Family") hires Peter Gunn to nab the perps on the down-low. Gunn goes way undercover at Shelly's Manne-Hole, grooving to cool sounds by Shelly Manne & His Men. Drummer Manne's LP riffing on Henry Mancini's music from "Peter Gunn" hit the racks simultaneously with this episode. As a bow-tied hayseed from Springfield, Illinois, Gunn's ripe for picking by the female blackmailer (Mara Corday, a 1958 Playmate of the Month).

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Mara Corday ... Emily - Blackmailer

Jackie Coogan ... Eric Woolrich
Bob Hopkins ... Petersen - Bowler

Mario Gallo ... Frank - Blackmailer
David Cross ... Phil - Blackmailer

Lillian Bronson ... Landlady
Fred Coby ... Sam Wallace
Martin Mason ... Undercover Officer as Wino
Walter Kelley ... Bartender

Shelly Manne ... Combo Musician at Mother's
Walter Lawrence ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Jack Stoney ... Worker Carrying Sign (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: Breakout

30 March 1959
A phony priest totes a Bible into a prison cell and presents it to a convicted murderer (Frank DeKova, "The Untouchables" ). The hollow book contains a gun, which the killer uses to escape. Soon, Peter Gunn is hired by an accident victim cloaked in head bandages, to find his brother. At Mother's nightclub, while Edie chirps "Eisenhower's looks give me a thrill". Mother helps Gunn piece together that the missing "brother" is actually the escapee's robbery partner who kept the take, ducked the rap, and went to ground. The police join the hunt for the deceitful partner (H.M. Wynant, "Run of the Arrow").

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

H.M. Wynant ... Frank Norbert

Frank DeKova ... Joe Taber (as Frank de Kova)

Tenen Holtz ... Jan Norbinski

John Anderson ... Sergeant Rainey
Nesdon Booth ... Barber

Cliff Lyons ... Minister
Bob Morgan ... Henchman
Mike Donovan ... Shine Boy
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 28: Pay Now, Kill Later

6 April 1959
England 1945: Working late, an arrogant textile scientist assures the failing factory's owner, Gregory Spain, he'll soon perfect his long-promised miracle fabric. After the owner heads home, the scientist urges a homeless man he just hired on to sweep out his lab, to try on one of the scientist's own suits, then knocks the janitor out and blows up the factory with a bomb. After serving 14 years for insurance fraud and for murdering the scientist, the factory owner traces the scientist, who framed him, to the U.S., where Spain hires Peter Gunn to flush his quarry out into his gun-sights.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

John Abbott ... Blankenship

Torin Thatcher ... Gregory Spain

Vito Scotti ... Joe

Louis Quinn ... Jack
Leslie Denison ... British Detective

Helene Marshall ... Sadie

William Schallert ... First Vice President
Tony Michaels ... Designer
Jean Engstrom ... Lady Customer
John O'Malley ... Old Tramp
Walter Lawrence ... Spectator at Textile Show (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 29: Skin Deep

13 April 1959
A knockout heiress is clubbed to death with a poker while flirting on the phone. Her uptight sister ('Katherine Bard') employs Gunn to locate her. The late extroverted heiress worked for a florist, apparently luring wealthy men, and had frequent-buyer status at a lonely hearts bureau. In a nightspot where guitarist Laurindo Almeida is playing, Gunn digs up a tip on a gigolo working the missing sister.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother
Katharine Bard ... Helena Mears (as Katherine Bard)
Eduardo Noriega ... Ramon Carrado

Muriel Landers ... Clarissa Holt

Willard Sage ... Detective Harmon

Marian Collier ... Katie Mears

Hal Smith ... Floyd Landau
Jose Gonzales-Gonzales ... Miguel (as Jose Gonzalez-Gonzalez)
Bea Limon ... Sarita
Pat Comiskey ... Charles
Laurindo Almeida ... Himself
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Detective in Squad Room (uncredited)
Walter Lawrence ... Detective in Squad Room (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 30: February Girl

20 April 1959
June Holton meets Michael Delak in his apartment. She refuses his sexual advances then a shot rings out killing Delak. The woman contacts Peter for assistance after someone tried to run her over. Gunn guesses there is more to the story and she finally admits witnessing the murder of Delak. She then admits she intended to kill Delak after his rejection of her sister led to her suicide. Gunn speaks to a number of people including Rector the newspaper man, all confirm Delak was extremely disliked and a known player of women's emotions. On Rector's suggestion Gunn goes to the apartment and is surprised by the gunman, a brief shootout occurs but the man escapes. Gunn confronts Rector who then admits to the murder triggered by his wife's affair with Delak

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart
Fintan Meyler ... June Holton

Frank Maxwell ... Rector

Leonid Kinskey ... Stashek

Mark Allen ... Tiny Truex
Tony Russel ... Michael Delak (as Tony Russo)
Tamar Cooper ... Dancer
Bill Chadney ... Emmett
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 31: Love Me to Death

27 April 1959
Mr. Bowers booby-traps his basement, electrocuting his wife when she turns on an overhead bulb. Next, the widower ties the knot with a mousy heiress, Maggie, whom he has seduced. While Edie warbles "when the lights start lighting the town", Maggie's quibbling older sisters, one controlling and their other daffy, along with their pince-nezed attorney James Bond, drive to Mother's in her Model T to employ Gunn to investigate Bowers, whom they accurately suspect is only interested in Maggie's money. Gunn detects he's an ex-con blackmailer, but the new bride doesn't fret, although Bond warns her she'll be the next victim.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Jeanette Nolan ... Maggie Goffney Bowers

Robert H. Harris ... Henry Bowers
Helen Wallace ... Wilma Goffney

Ellen Corby ... Irma Goffney

Lucien Littlefield ... James Bond
Clegg Hoyt ... Big Mug
Pitt Herbert ... Sucker
Charles Calvert ... Card Player
Sid Kane ... Card Player
Louis Cavalier ... Card Player
Brandy Bryan ... Camera Girl
Juney Ellis ... Woman in Basement
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 32: The Family Affair

4 May 1959
B E Raleigh places something into a hidden wall safe before preparing for bed. As he rides a stair elevator an ax swings across in front of him almost sending him into cardiac arrest. Gunn arrives at the house at the request of Raleigh who explains he only has months to live, then shows Gunn a threatening letter from his nephew, Martin Raleigh, who had previously stolen money from Raleigh and gone to jail. Raleigh wants Martin found and stopped from completing his threat. Raleigh also explains his nephew was an accomplished guitarist. Talking to Raleigh's nurse, Gunn discovers Martin is concerned all his money will be left to Raleigh's assistant. While investigating the musician lead, Gunn gets a phone call in which Martin claims he's going to kill his uncle then himself. Treating the threat seriously Gunn races back to the house only to find Raleigh dead. Gunn continues his search, first locating Martin's rather odd girlfriend who gives Gunn Martin's address. Arriving he finds Martin dead, an apparent suicide. Gunn returns to Raleigh's house and surprises Mr. Collins, Raleigh's assistant. Gunn confronts him and accuses him of killing both men. Collins attacks Gunn. During the fight Collins falls in a letter opener and dies.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Alan Hewitt ... Mr. Collins

John Hoyt ... B.E. Raleigh
Reggie Nalder ... Emil
Bek Nelson ... Virginia Carter

Meg Wyllie ... Miss Kelvin
Bill Chadney ... Emmett
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 33: Lady Windbell's Fan

11 May 1959
A hearing-impaired man (Vic Perrin, Control Voice, "The Outer Limits") stabs a Chinese shop owner to death with a dagger, while Triad muscle go after a gorgeous dancer's fan, given to her for good luck. The dancer's fiancé (James Hong, the arrogant host of "The Chinese Restaurant," Seinfeld) hires Peter Gunn ("the king of finders-out") to change her luck. Is there a connection between the fan and the murderer, who adores The Green Dragon's star dancer ?

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Richard Hale ... Chang-Li-Chang
Vic Perrin ... Silent Sy (as Victor Perrin)
Frances Fong ... Lillian Quon

James Hong ... Johnny Chang
Weaver Levy ... Lu-Feng
William Yip ... Willie Wong
H.W. Gim ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 34: Bullet for a Badge

18 May 1959
Lt. Jacoby scurries out for a night rendezvous with a tipster, but it's a set-up, and he's wounded by gangsters, so Peter Gunn leaps into the case. 2 real informants talk to Gunn, but one is killed, the other scared off. The incorruptible Lt. Jacoby was up for promotion - could police be involved in the shootings ?

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Robert F. Simon ... Capt. Ben Loomis

Berry Kroeger ... Vincent Donniger
Lillian Buyeff ... Dora Loomis
Richard Peel ... Alfie Hicks
Morris D. Erby ... Sergeant Davis (as Morris Erby)
Clarke Gordon ... Doctor
Paul Baxley ... First Hoodlum
Bill Chadney ... Emmitt - Pianist (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney - Bartender (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 35: Kill from Nowhere

25 May 1959
Louise Reardon (Mary Alan Hokanson) is a wheelchair-bound woman with no enemies --but somebody lures her to a window as a sniper's target. The only obvious suspect is Joe Scully (Wesley Lau), an ex-convict who is her nurse and has been named in her will. But Louise, barely alive, hires Gunn to clear him.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Wesley Lau ... Joe Scully
Mary Alan Hokanson ... Louise Reardon
Terence de Marney ... Sean
Cece Whitney ... Gloria Scully
Seymour Green ... Lyman Price
Tom Holland ... Keller

Len Lesser ... Speaker
Bill Chadney ... Emmett - Pianist (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney - Bartender (uncredited)
Glen Walters ... Piano Player at Shelter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 36: Vendetta

1 June 1959
Two men arrive at a closed restaurant. They ask one of the people inside if they are Edie Hart (Peter's girlfriend) she confirms her identity and is shot with a warning "Tell Peter the 3 years are up" Gunn visits Edie in hospital and promises to allow the police to take of the case. Gunn then visits Lieutenant Jacoby, also in hospital recovering from a broken leg. Jacoby tells Gunn of a message from a recently released prisoner, Max Greko "Three years" apparently referring to his jail term that Gunn helped bring about. Gunn decides to go after Greko, Jacoby warns him he thinks it is a trap. Through his sources he finds Greko waiting for him at the River warehouse. He is attacked by one of Greko's henchmen, who he shoots and wounds moments before being arrested. Jacoby warns Gunn to get out of the way of the investigation and allow the police to do their job. Gunn heads for home but is attacked by yet another of Greko's henchmen who takes him to meet Greko. In short order a fist fight breaks out and Gunn eventually knocks Greko out

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Marc Lawrence ... Max Grayco
Morris D. Erby ... Sergeant Johnny Davis

Fritz Feld ... Wolfgang Von Hitzen

Al Ruscio ... Manager
Dick Crockett ... 1st Gunman

Herb Armstrong ... 2nd Gunman
James Nusser ... Bartender (as Jim Nusser)
Bill Chadney ... Emmett

Pete Candoli ... Himself - Trumpet Player

George DeNormand ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Jack Perkins ... Bouncer at Club (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 37: The Coffin

8 June 1959
Gunn is hired to deliver the body of a man's dead son to him in Mexico.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother

Anthony Caruso ... Ramon DeCara

Miriam Colon ... Maria DeCara
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Captain Noriega (as Rodolfo Hoyos)
Robert Tafur ... Montero
Elvera Corona ... Dancer (as Elvira Corona)
Clark Allen ... Guitar Player
Felipe Turich ... Inspector Guevera
Eddie Saenz ... Henchman
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 38: The Portrait

15 June 1959
Luther Russ, a famous painter wakes to find two men breaking into his house to steal artwork. He confronts them only to be shot dead. A woman visits Gunn insisting he recover one of the stolen paintings. She has a theory the theft was the beginning of a blackmail attempt. She is a married woman having an affair with Russ. Gunn contacts Walter, a local dealer who was very familiar with Russ's work. Following up on a lead he finds his way to a waterside warehouse. He meets the men who have the paintings; Gunn discovers the mysterious woman is Elsa Keys, wife of State Senator. Peter then is made aware known gangster Frankie Barber is behind the blackmail attempt. The criminals decide to let Barber and Gunn bid on the painting. The deal goes wrong and a gun battle breaks out. The two criminals are killed but Barber and Gunn escape only to drive into a police roadblock. Barber is arrested and Gunn retrieves the painting

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Hope Emerson ... Mother
Hanna Hertelendy ... Elsa Keys (as Hanna Landy)
Herbert Ellis ... Wilbur (as Herb Ellis)

Billy Barty ... Babby
Frank Behrens ... Frankie Barber
Jackie Joseph ... Sabrina
William D. Gordon ... Maddox (as William Gordon)

Richard Benedict ... Shaw
Capri Candela ... Capri
Peter Opp ... Luther Russ
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)

Jimmie Horan ... Bistro Patron (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney - Bartender (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Protection

21 September 1959
Thugs are terrorizing business people with their protection racket. When they drop in to Mother's, Mother tells them to take a hike. After the thugs return and trash her place, Peter Gunn tracks down the boss of the protection racket with the help of an old friend nicknamed "The Owl."

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Minerva Urecal ... Mother
Cyril Delevanti ... The Owl

Val Avery ... Hoodlum
Sheldon Allman ... Clegg
Mickey Morton ... Giant

Dale Van Sickel ... Gunman
Bill Chadney ... Emmett
John Hudkins ... Brawler (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Brawler (uncredited)

Jack Perkins ... Brawler (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Crisscross

28 September 1959
A bank manager robs his own bank after disabling everyone with knockout gas. When the manager's co-conspirator escapes to Italy with the money, Gunn is hired to track the man down.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Hope Emerson ... Mother (credit only)

Minerva Urecal ... Mother

Ted Knight ... Poole

Johnny Seven ... Carlo

Sylvia Lewis ... Barbara Fowler
Leonard Graves ... George Morell
Nina Roman ... Carlotta
Howard Dayton ... Willie
H. Haile Chace ... Mr. Lyles (as Haile Chace)
Albert Cavens ... Bank Guard (as Al Cavens)
Bill Chadney ... Emmett
Oliver Cross ... Banker (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Edge of the Knife

5 October 1959
A man asks Peter Gunn to find his daughter who recently got out of prison after serving a stretch for four years for involvement in a robbery. Complicating Gunn's investigation is the fact that other people are also interested in the daughter's whereabouts, including her accomplice who she never identified after being caught.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Minerva Urecal ... Mother

Vladimir Sokoloff ... Victor Majeski

Jeanne Bates ... Ellen Majeski

Ben Wright ... Dr. Snyder
Frank Leo ... Marty

Hope Summers ... Leather
Don Orlando ... Guido
Jamie Forster ... Cook

Ted Stanhope ... Kling
Donald Kerr ... Watchman
Phil Arnold ... Bum
Bill Chadney ... Emmett

Chet Brandenburg ... Customer at Guido's (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: The Comic

12 October 1959
Danny Holland, a paranoid stand-up comedian (played by Shelley Berman) is convinced that his wife of six years is trying to kill him. He hires Peter Gunn to investigate, but Gunn gets a completely opposite view of the marriage from the wife when he confronts her with her husband's fears.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Patricia Donahue ... Ann Holland
Tony Barrett ... Doctor

Pete Candoli ... Trumpet Player
Sid Kane ... Club Owner

Clem Fuller ... Tramp

Shelley Berman ... Danny Holland
Paul Cristo ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Robert Haines ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Monty O'Grady ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Anthony Redondo ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Norman Stevans ... Audience Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Death Is a Red Rose

19 October 1959
A man takes out a contract on himself, so his family can collect on his life insurance policy, but when his money troubles suddenly disappear, he hires Peter Gunn to find and stop the hitman before he makes the hit.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Minerva Urecal ... Mother

Don Keefer ... John Alastair

Jesslyn Fax ... Belle Decanto

Vito Scotti ... Herman Klip

Henry Beckman ... Jules Burnett
Adeline De Walt Reynolds ... Flower Lady (as Adeline deWalt Reynolds)
Clegg Hoyt ... Bartender

Shari Robinson ... Jeanie

Alvin Hammer ... Gimpy
Jack Shea ... Drago

Gene Coogan ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: The Young Assassins

26 October 1959
Gunn takes on a murderous gang of juvenile delinquents.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Danny Mummert ... Johnny Mays (as Dan Easton)

Marc Cavell ... Clip (as Marc 'Butch' Cavell)
Joey Fricano ... Dills (as Joel Fricano)
Joseph Sullivan ... Charlie Mays (as Joe Sullivan)
Lili Valenty ... Tallulah

Season 2, Episode 7: The Feathered Doll

2 November 1959
After a midway shooting gallery employee realizes that some of the prize dolls are being used for a sinister purpose, he asks Gunn for protection. His request is not as simple as it seems.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Minerva Urecal ... Mother (credit only)

Eddie Firestone ... Ed Wilkens

John Marley ... Jake Curlan
Tom Holland ... Bart Kendall

Peggy Maley ... Ann

Emile Meyer ... Scratch

Gordon Mitchell ... Sideshow Strongman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Kidnap

16 November 1959
Peter Gunn has two questions: Where is Lieutenant Jacoby, and who kidnapped him?

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Frank Albertson ... Capt. A.C. Clark
Will J. White ... Les

Richard Bakalyan ... Chino Amalo

Pete Candoli ... Dean

Don Diamond ... Manuel - Lounge Piano Player
John Lawrence ... Bert Fisher
Morris D. Erby ... Sergeant Davis (as Morris Erby)

Carmen Phillips ... Mary Whitney
Perry Ivins ... Doctor Gorse
Jeanne Tatum ... Waitress
Dick Crockett ... Lew Baxter
Angus Duncan ... First Officer

Kenner G. Kemp ... Detective in Police Station (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Rifle

23 November 1959
A Hungarian gunsmith who is designing a rifle, ostensibly to help underground freedom fighters in his own country, flees to the States to continue work on his project. He hires Gunn to protect him because "they [meaning Communists] have people everywhere." It turns out that the Commie agents are much closer to the man than he realizes.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Minerva Urecal ... Mother (credit only)
Wolfe Barzell ... Janos Kolanski
Edit Angold ... Anna Erlich
Paul Comi ... William Erlich
Howard Ledig ... Albert
Irwin Berke ... Clerk

Burt Mustin ... Cab Driver
Bill Chadney ... Emmett

George Selk ... Funeral Director

Joseph Ruskin ... First Henchman (as Joe Ruskin)
Sol Gorss ... Second Henchman (as Saul Gorss)

Season 2, Episode 10: The Game

30 November 1959
Peter Gunn learns that The Game is an insurance company that practices paying thieves off to recover the stolen loot because it's cheaper than settling a claim at full value.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Minerva Urecal ... Mother

Robert Emhardt ... Mr. Nickerman
Eddie Ryder ... Benny Sicotta

Sam Edwards ... Jack Shap
Jack Petruzzi ... Mack Borden
Pitt Herbert ... Hal

John Damler ... Detective

Walter Reed ... Lawyer

Billy Barty ... Babby
Herbert Ellis ... Wilbur (as Herb Ellis)

Vito Scotti ... Pete's Guest
Clegg Hoyt ... Pete's Guest
Bill Chadney ... Emmett
Capri Candela ... Capri
Bill Catching ... Gang Member (uncredited)
John Hudkins ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Troy Melton ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Patient at Hospital (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: The Price Is Murder

7 December 1959
Two inmates break out of prison. First item on their agenda: Kill Peter Gunn.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Minerva Urecal ... Mother
Robert Carricart ... Charlie Walsh

Dennis Patrick ... Bob Welles

J. Pat O'Malley ... Pithias

Tenen Holtz ... Mr. Wineberg

Harry Tyler ... Landlord

Hal Smith ... Venuto

John Cliff ... Policeman

Norman Leavitt ... Derelict
James Parnell ... Fireman
Bill Chadney ... Emmett Ward (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: The Briefcase

14 December 1959
Gunn is hired by a woman to follow her "husband," but it turns out that this man is actually her partner in crime. Gunn's investigation leads to the local tax commissioner who is worried about the "lies" contained in a missing suitcase which will implicate him in scandal. This episode is a wacky mixture of suspense and comedy, including a scene where the woman ends up in Gunn's apartment dressed in his pajamas, just as Edie comes knocking at the door!

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Minerva Urecal ... Mother
Barbara Stuart ... Lavinia Cooper

Joe Sawyer ... Sam Granger

Howard Caine ... Rafael Blanco
Tony Mafia ... Helmer
Tom Monroe ... Heavy-set Man
Ollie O'Toole ... Baggage Man
Bill Chadney ... Emmett - Pianist (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney - Bartender (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Terror on the Campus

21 December 1959
The dean of an all-girls school hires Gunn after a series of mysterious occurrences on campus, including a bell ringing after not being heard for 20 years and the electrical power suddenly going off and on. One of the co-eds has hot pants for Gunn, but also for one of the professors, who is a major suspect.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Anne Seymour ... Dean Norse
Anne Neyland ... Jean Clayton

Peter Brocco ... Prof. Cleeter
Tom McKee ... Prof. Caldwell
Nancy Millard ... Dora Miles

Charles Bateman ... Tomkins
Maggie Pierce ... Carol
Patricia Marlowe ... Nurse

Season 2, Episode 14: The Wolfe Case

28 December 1959
Gunn is hired by the wife of a prominent lawyer who is convinced that her husband and his mistress are plotting to kill her. Complicating matters is the mistress's connection to a local mobster.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Norma Crane ... Edna Wolfe
Phillip Pine ... Eddie Winkler

Wilton Graff ... George Wolfe
Evan MacNeil ... Nancy Fowler

Frank Richards ... Gus

Bill Hickman ... Max
Bill Chadney ... Emmett Ward (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Hot Money

4 January 1960
After a body is found in one of his dryers, laundromat owner Louis Anza hires Gunn to make a deal for him to return $1,000,000 he and a partner stole eight months ago. The body in the dryer was his partner and he's scared he'll be next.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Dan Barton ... Louis Anza

Ken Lynch ... 'Shoes' Shoemaker

Francis De Sales ... District Attorney Harry Sorenson
Nina Vaughn ... Sally (as Mina Vaughn)

Pamela Duncan ... Angie
George Barrows ... Hoodlum
Morris D. Erby ... Police Sgt.Johnny Davis (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney - Bartender (uncredited)

Olan Soule ... Assistant District Attorney (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Spell of Murder

11 January 1960
The wife of a successful businessman hires Gunn to investigate after someone takes a shot at her husband. The prime suspect is the husband's former business partner who he abandoned during a mine collapse years before.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Malcolm Atterbury ... Arnold Simpson
Cynthia Leighton ... Jane Simpson
Ben Hammer ... Prof. John Wyler

Stephen Joyce ... Ralph Logan
Mary Gregory ... Alma Victor
Charles Calvert ... Bartender

Larry J. Blake ... Cafe Owner (as Larry Blake)
Ruth Perrott ... Landlady

Jimmie Horan ... Blue Pheasant Club Patron (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Mothers Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: The Grudge

18 January 1960
Gunn is called in by Lt. Jacoby to deal with a psychotic bomber who has escaped from a mental institution and is threatening to cause major damage unless the mayor kills himself.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Robert Gist ... Miles Spence

Edgar Stehli ... Harry Lee
Dee J. Thompson ... Veronica
Connie Davis ... Happy
Alexander Lockwood ... Dr. Albert Crawford
Mary Alan Hokanson ... Nurse Anders
Morris D. Erby ... Sergeant (as Morris Erby)
Joe Bassett ... Dr. Carter

Sol Murgi ... Concert Spectator (uncredited)
Monty O'Grady ... Concert Spectator (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Concert Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: Fill the Cup

25 January 1960
An alcoholic hires Gunn to keep him off the sauce for 12 hours so he can sober up and put on a good appearance for his daughter, who is arriving on a plane the next day.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Holly McIntire ... Barbara Getty
David Hoffman ... Proprietor

Bill Quinn ... Harry (as William Quinn)

Henry Corden ... Bartender
John Indrisano ... 2nd Bartender
Vivian Marshall ... Woman Drunk
Anthony Jochim ... Drunk

John McIntire ... Wilson Getty

John Mitchum ... Cop guarding cell (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: See No Evil

1 February 1960
Cliffie Thomas hires Pete to protect him from recently convicted and even more recently escaped Al Brenners. Cliffie was blinded 10 years ago by Brenners and Vic Stringer. The police think Brenners left town, but Cliffie knows otherwise because he knows Stringer has visited his newsstand a couple times. Cliffie figures Brenners and Stringer will kill him because wherever Stringer is, Brenners can't be far away. Peter Gunn is Cliffie's key to remaining alive.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Walter Burke ... Cliffie Thomas
Lou Krugman ... Al Brenners

Benny Rubin ... Igor

John Sebastian ... Vic Stringer
Jon Lormer ... Judge (as John Lormer)

Tor Johnson ... Bruno
Alma Lawton ... Supervisor

Rand Brooks ... Hanson

Dennis Moore ... Mertons

Sue England ... Telephone Operator

Jimmie Horan ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Sentenced

8 February 1960
Peter Gunn is convicted and sentenced to death for a bank robbery/murder he did not commit. After sentencing and before Gunn is delivered to prison, Lt. Jacoby asks to see him in his office. Gunn escapes and desperately looks for clues to what really happened.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Minerva Urecal ... Mother

Robert Ellenstein ... John Pauley
George Keymas ... Joe Krosky

Ned Glass ... Sylvester
Peter Adams ... Rinehart
Baynes Barron ... Marty Rizzo
George Eldredge ... Judge Raymond Doan
John Frank ... Cab Dispatcher
Don Brodie ... Court Clerk
Dick Geary ... Hoodlum

Red West ... Sheriff (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: The Hunt

15 February 1960
The local Syndicate heads pay a hitman to eliminate Peter Gunn.Despite being tipped off by Jacoby,Gunn is kidnapped and driven out to an abandoned mine to be killed.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Gordon Oliver ... Killer

Minerva Urecal ... Mother
Anthony De Mario ... Boss (as Tony DeMario)
Charles Wagenheim ... Tramp

Ralph Moody ... Station Owner
Ella Ethridge ... Wife
Byron Kane ... Barney - Bartender (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: Hollywood Calling

29 February 1960
A Hollywood movie company comes to town to shoot a film.When a bit player is killed the police shut down the production.Gunn is hired by the Producer to find out what happened.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Harry Lauter ... Fred Nonamaker
Tracey Roberts ... Louise

Sid Melton ... Jerry

Terry Frost ... Director
LaRue Farlow ... Car Hop
Mark Houston ... Frankie Burns
Jeffrey Sayre ... Crew Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: Sing a Song of Murder

7 March 1960
Gunn is hired by a broken down musician to find his wife.She is supposed to be dead.Gunn discovers the truth does involve death.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
James Edwards ... Arnie Kelton

Stanley Adams ... Bernie
Jan Arvan ... Manager
Paul Baxley ... Earl Mener
Dick Crockett ... Cleaver

Diahann Carroll ... Dina Wright
George Ford ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: The Long, Long Ride

14 March 1960
An old-style Mob Boss,who has recently returned from prison,hires Gunn to find out who wants him dead.His reason for wanting to know is more than it would seem.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Robert J. Wilke ... Joe Webber (as Robert Wilke)
Claudia Barrett ... Carole Webber

Elisha Cook Jr. ... Snooker (as Elisha Cook)
Gregory Morton ... Al Sandville
Darren Dublin ... Clerk
Larry Darr ... Bodyguard

Gene Coogan ... Charity Worker (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Mathew McCue ... Man on Skid Row (uncredited)

Charles Morton ... Hood (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Charity Worker (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: The Deadly Proposition

21 March 1960
A man is paid to take the blame for the murder of his boss' wife and as part of the plan he hires Gunn to look into the death.Gunn finds evidence linking the man to the crime but it seems too pat-especially to Jacoby.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Minerva Urecal ... Mother

Frank Maxwell ... Arthur Cole
Shelly Nicholson ... Angela Cole

David White ... Amoury Kinett

Anthony Eustrel ... Mr. Reese
Owen McGiveney ... Janitor
George Robotham ... Frank Garvey
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: The Murder Clause

28 March 1960
Gunn is hired by a woman who is afraid her husband may kill her. When the husband, a famous musician, is found dead, the wife is the chief suspect - but the circumstances seem "out of key" to Gunn.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Minerva Urecal ... Mother

James Coburn ... Bud Bailey
Cece Whitney ... Helen Bailey
Bob Hopkins ... Clay Summers
Charles Wagenheim ... George Markle

Sam Edwards ... Andy
Morris D. Erby ... Police Sergeant (as Morris Erby)
Ralph Neff ... Ranger

Season 2, Episode 27: The Dummy

4 April 1960
Gunn looks into the killing of a famous ventriloquist who's dummy is missing. One of the clues is especially baffling-the man would only work & live where there were two ways in and out.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Dick Beals ... Rinaldo (as Richard Beals)

Wally Brown ... Artie
Maurice Marsac ... Marcel
Fred Essler ... Mr. Ulrich

Arlene Harris ... Mrs. Henderson
John Holland ... The Marvelous Marvon
Kenneth Patterson ... Dr. Cameron (as Ken Patterson)
Dan Tana ... Maitre d'

Season 2, Episode 28: Slight Touch of Homicide

11 April 1960
Peter Gunn is hired by the local Syndicate Boss (who once put out a contract on Gunn) to find out who is killing Mob members.Gunn only takes the job to avoid a gang war,which could end up with innocent citizens being caught in the crossfire.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Howard McNear ... Barnaby

Lillian Bronson ... Emma Barnaby
Terence de Marney ... Sean

Paul Genge ... Syndicate Boss Brannack
Marcel Hillaire ... Pierre Anatole

Meg Wyllie ... Maid

Rusty Lane ... Arthur Wilkie
Eddie Foster ... Gangster (as Edward Foster)
Martin Mason ... Edgar
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Gangster (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Bombing Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 29: Wings of an Angel

18 April 1960
A Prison Warden asks Gunn to help in the rehabilitation of a veteran bank heist planner by escorting the man to his daughter's wedding.When the man disappears on the trip back to prison,Gunn and Jacoby know what is going to happen-a bank heist!

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Sandy Kenyon ... Charlie Barnes

Lennie Weinrib ... Vince Canell (as Len Weinrib)
Buddy Lewis ... Rocky Zino

Carol Byron ... Ellen

Robert Karnes ... Warden Rogers
Charles Buck ... Minister
James Waters ... Plain-clothes Man
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Dr. Ward (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney - Bartender (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Henchman (uncredited)

Jack Perkins ... Hood (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 30: Death Watch

25 April 1960
A teacher working after regular school hours finds a female student dead in the gym locker room. He is presumed to be a murderer by the irate citizenry and, worried about his life and reputation,he contacts Peter Gunn for help.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Minerva Urecal ... Mother
Christopher Dark ... Paul Conlan
Jimsey Somers ... Marjorie Miller

Herbert Rudley ... District Attorney Vaughn

Frank Ferguson ... Simpkins

Henry Corden ... Vladamir
Paul Bradley ... Defense Attorney (uncredited)
Bill Chadney ... Emmett Ward (uncredited)
Robert Haines ... Court Stenographer (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 31: Witness in the Window

2 May 1960
Gunn is hired by a lawyer to help get evidence against a female blackmailer. The woman is found dead, an apparent suicide; the death is tied to the murder of her neighbor, an elderly woman happened to be at her own window at the wrong time.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Minerva Urecal ... Mother

Charles Aidman ... Anthony Scott

Eleanor Audley ... Laura Scott
Bruno VeSota ... Hotel Clerk
Ralph Gary ... Cal Moreland
Milton Parsons ... Bartender
Leatrice Leigh ... Marion Venner
Bill Chadney ... Emmett Ward (uncredited)
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 32: The Best Laid Plans

9 May 1960
Gunn is tipped;the soon-to-be visiting Governor will be assassinated.When the rumor is shared with Lt. Jacoby,there is a doubt as to the validity of this information since it comes from Gunn's "coterie of misguided souls".Further investigation is even more puzzling-a gun is found but no sniper.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Peter Whitney ... Josiah
James Lanphier ... Sloane

Sterling Holloway ... Felony
Herbert Ellis ... Wilbur (as Herb Ellis)
Forrest Lewis ... Harry Grover
Sandra Giles ... Girl
Tony Regan ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 33: Send a Thief

16 May 1960
Gunn is hired by a mystery woman to deliver a briefcase. A bigger mystery is what is in the briefcase and who will kill to get it? Lt. Jacoby and Gunn find the answers involve a "dead" man.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Minerva Urecal ... Mother

Phyllis Avery ... Doris Reese Stewart

Billy Barty ... Babby

Charles Horvath ... Frank Lyles
Don Ross ... Billy Reese

Ottola Nesmith ... Old Lady
Sol Gorss ... Karnes (as Saul Gorss)
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 34: The Semi-Private Eye

23 May 1960
Gunn is hired by a wealthy businessman to deter the man's son (an amateur detective) from trying to solve the case of a Investment Counselor who disappeared with a suitcase of money-and who murdered a cop and a Securities Investigator.The self-assured,yet bumbling,budding detective is unaware of the danger.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Minerva Urecal ... Mother

Edward Platt ... James Crawford (as Edward C. Platt)
Wendell Holmes ... Janos Thorwald

Judy Bamber ... Sugar
Pitt Herbert ... Robert Hansen
Richard Reeves ... Jack
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Pug (as Boyd Morgan)
Mary Benoit ... Secretary
Billy Gray ... Eric Thorwald (as Bill Gray)
Bill Chadney ... Emmett - Pianist (uncredited)

Gene Coogan ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Herschel Graham ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 35: Letter of the Law

30 May 1960
Gunn is hired by the District Attorney,whose son is the chief suspect in the murder of a pretty gold-digger.Gunn is to find out the truth,one way or the other.The fact that she was once the girlfriend of a local mobster may/may not be a clue.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Frank Overton ... Henry Lockwood

Andrew Prine ... Neil Lockwood

Lewis Charles ... Eddie DeSantis

Stanley Adams ... Sidney
Baily Harper ... Julie Kent

Robin Raymond ... Manager
Robert Ball ... Clerk
H. Haile Chace ... Technician (as Haile Chace)

Carey Loftin ... Hoodlum
Harvey Parry ... Hoodlum
Tony Regan ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 36: The Crossbow

6 June 1960
A man is killed by a sniper with a crossbow. Gunn has a client with a criminal record, an upper-crust clientele sensitive to scandal, and a collection of weapons that used to include a crossbow. It was stolen and the client, Copeland (Henry Daniell), wants Gunn to find the killer before the police find Copeland. There are three more killings, including one at the house of a judge whose groundskeeper Karl (George Kennedy) controls a large unfriendly dog. Question: how did the killer get past the dog?

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Henry Daniell ... Arthur Copeland

Theodore Marcuse ... The Baron
Burt Douglas ... Ralph Martin

George Kennedy ... Karl
Irwin Berke ... Mr. Merrick
Donald Kerr ... Barker

Stuart Holmes ... Judge Martin (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 37: The Heiress

13 June 1960
Gunn's job is to remove a gangster from a wealthy man's mansion. The millionaire's wacky daughter had an ex-mob boss paroled to her and now he is using the estate as a base of operations to rub out his enemies and regain power.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Gage Clarke ... Walter C. Girard
Selette Cole ... Lois Girard

Ned Glass ... Sylvester

Barry Russo ... Frank Loomis (as John Duke)
Arthur Lovejoy ... Butler
Byron Kane ... Barney (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 38: Baby Shoes

27 June 1960
A perplexed Gunn has a baby dumped on his doorstep. He finds the father is scheduled to testify against a crime czar who is hiding out until all witnesses are killed. Gunn sets himself up as a target to draw the mobster out into the open.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Minerva Urecal ... Mother

Billy Barty ... Babby

Don 'Red' Barry ... Ernie Graves (as Donald Barry)
James Millhollin ... Willie Kelso
Anthony De Mario ... Curt Beldon (as Tony De Mario)
Paul Baxley ... Hoodlum
Carl Saxe ... Hoodlum

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: The Passenger

3 October 1960
A sleepy passenger on a late night bus witnesses a man in a second story apartment strangling a woman. When a police investigation finds nothing,the man hires Gunn to find the killer-before the killer finds him.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Rhys Williams ... Elmo Barnes

Ted de Corsia ... Curtis Brandt
Forrest Lewis ... Edward Hines
Ollie O'Toole ... Grocer
Al Hopson ... Dispatcher (as Alfred Hopson)

Charles Tannen ... Bus Driver

Hal Smith ... Hotel Clerk

Fred Aldrich ... Bus Passenger (uncredited)

Chet Brandenburg ... Anthony (uncredited)
Mario Cimino ... Hobo (uncredited)
Paul Cristo ... Bus Passenger (uncredited)
Mickey Golden ... Man at Vendor Stand (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Vendor (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Hobo (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Mask of Murder

10 October 1960
Gunn is called late at night by a man who tells him:"hurry, come to my house. There is going to be a murder-mine". As Gunn arrives there is a gunshot and he and the man's wife find her husband dead, an apparent suicide. However the wife is suspicious and hires Gunn to follow a suspect-all the way to Rio de Janiero.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Dianne Foster ... Katherine Hartley

Morgan Jones ... Glenn Ellsworth
Margarita Cordova ... Elena
Carlos Romero ... Sol Escobar

Robert Brubaker ... Norman Calvin Hartley

House Peters Jr. ... Hotel Clerk
Natividad Vacío ... Miguel
Clark Allen ... Guitarist
Jorge Moreno ... Waiter
Paul Cristo ... Cantina Patron (uncredited)
Herschel Graham ... Cantina Patron (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Man Leaving Airport (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: The Maître d'

17 October 1960
A gourmand gangster blows up his rival and a gourmet restaurant at the same time. The restaurant's cordon bleu owner helps Edie open her own supper club ("Edie's") and in return Gunn teams up with him to bring the mobster to justice.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Alan Reed ... Garson
Luis Van Rooten ... Riviera (as Louis Van Rooten)
Louis Mercier ... Chef
James Lanphier ... Leslie

Tom Steele ... Hood (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Candidate

24 October 1960
A dying millionaire hires Gunn to deliver a large donation to an oddball candidate for governor. The candidate can't hold onto the donations he already has-Gunn and Jacoby help him when his campaign manager is assassinated.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Lloyd Corrigan ... Adrian Grimmett

Ken Mayer ... Jim Oakland
Raymond Greenleaf ... Fenton Warwick
Alexander Lockwood ... Harold Canfield
Vikki Dougan ... Blonde
Yuki Shimoda ... Yuki
Bernard Fein ... Heavy Set Man
Robert Ball ... Baggage Clerk

William H. O'Brien ... Shooting Spectator (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Doctor (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: The Judgement

31 October 1960
A prisoner brought to court for sentencing somehow has gotten a gun and kills the judge before being killed himself.Lt. Jacoby is assigned to investigate the case and his interested friend Peter Gunn helps by using his network of informants.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Mel Welles ... Frank Garth

Richard Benedict ... Cahane
Emerson Treacy ... Martin Hodges
Cyril Delevanti ... Charlamagne

Davis Roberts ... Joey
Nesdon Booth ... Clerk
George Eldredge ... Judge Curlan

Joe E. Tata ... Arthur Curtis (as Joey Tata)
James Lanphier ... Leslie

Carl M. Leviness ... Old Man in Club (uncredited)
Jerry Schumacher ... Detective (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: The Death Frame

7 November 1960
Fearing he will be next,a theft-gang boss tries to hire Gunn to find out who is killing off his men.Peter Gunn turns him down but is framed for the man's eventual murder.Lt. Jacoby and Gunn have one essential clue to the real killer-he has a punch like a sledgehammer.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Wesley Lau ... Eddie Cason

Robert Bice ... Cal Ward (as Bob Bice)
Bobby Byles ... Bones
Harry Clexx ... Motel Clerk
Paul Baxley ... Vic Crawley
James Lanphier ... Leslie

Season 3, Episode 7: Death Across the Board

14 November 1960
A race horse owner hires Gunn to find out who murdered his longtime trainer. The main suspect, a horse-race fixer,wants to hire Peter Gunn too-to prove he didn't do it. Meanwhile, one of Gunn's "sleazy acquaintances" furnishes leads to other suspects including an ex-circus strongman and a crippled jockey.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Robert Warwick ... Harley Bernard

Ned Glass ... Scooter

Jimmy Lydon ... Frank Rousseau (as James Lydon)
Mickey Morton ... Great Gorza
Tyler McVey ... Arthur Fullam

Jack LaLanne ... Jack LaLanne
Darren Dublin ... Charley Deade

George Selk ... Wally Keel
Jhean Burton ... Secretary
Joe Scott ... Gunman
James Lanphier ... Leslie

Season 3, Episode 8: Tramp Steamer

21 November 1960
When an ex-racketeer is murdered,his brother asks Gunn to protect him before he's next.Peter Gunn arrives too late but before dieing the man identifies a deported mobster as being the killer.Tipped as to where the mobster's old girlfriend is working,Gunn starts the manhunt.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Bert Freed ... Matt Poliska
Peggy Taylor ... Virginia Barrett

Henry Corden ... Marco
Anthony De Mario ... Dave Rico (as Tony DeMario)
Herman Rudin ... Julio

Bobby Jordan ... Waiter
Louise Glenn ... Adelaide Jones
Joe Quinn ... Policeman
Kenneth Patterson ... Captain
Clayton Post ... Ship's Officer

Gene Coogan ... Barney Rico
Robert Robinson ... Crew Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: The Long Green Kill

28 November 1960
A convicted man being escorted to prison via the train is freed by a confederate.The man's wife contacts Gunn-to hire him to recapture her husband.Due to him believing she tipped the police and caused his arrest,she fears her husband will kill her.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Susan Cummings ... Paula Garrett

Paul Lambert ... Vic Bell

Roy Jenson ... Frank Garrett

Tudor Owen ... Chips
Paula Van Hoven ... Travel Clerk
John Ferry ... Donegan
Fred Coby ... Detective
James Lanphier ... Leslie

Season 3, Episode 10: Take Five for Murder

5 December 1960
A young singing sensation is in town performing at a local nightclub.The manager of the singer hires Gunn,a WWII buddy of his,to deal with a blackmailer who knows about the "youthful indiscretions" of his client.The coinciding attack on the club's Hatcheck Girl leads to the solution.

Season 3, Episode 11: Dream Big, Dream Deadly

12 December 1960
Gunn is asked by an old-time, fellow private eye to find out who killed his partner-before he is next. The murdered detective had been investigating a three-year-old,unsolved $500,000 bank truck heist. Lt. Jacoby suspects a polished hood but has no proof.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Regis Toomey ... Cal Sellers
Madame Spivy ... Flo
Robert Ball ... Joey (as Bob Ball)

Byron Morrow ... Frank Kinnard
James Fairfax ... Needles (as Jimmy Fairfax)

Chuck Hicks ... Attacker
Harvey Parry ... Eddie
James Lanphier ... Leslie
Jeffrey Sayre ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Sepi

19 December 1960
A young boy "pays" Gunn to protect his father from unknown men who beat him up. After Gunn starts to investigate,the boy denies needing help and when the father is found he denies having a son. The key to the case lies with the boy's "Aunt and Uncle".

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Kent Taylor ... George Nye

June Vincent ... Lisa Nye

Eugene Mazzola ... Sepi Toreno (as Eugene Martin)
Paul Fierro ... Jose Toreno

John Craven ... Ed Keeler
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)

William H. O'Brien ... Bartender (uncredited)
Bob Whitney ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: A Tender Touch

26 December 1960
An eccentric employee hatches a plan to force the bank he works at to institute a pension plan-he steals all the cash in the vault and won't return it until they agree. Meanwhile, a local mobster reads about the story and decides to kidnap the man and take the money for himself.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Howard McNear ... Horatio Smeddler
Howard Petrie ... R.W. Lockland
Frank Behrens ... Jonas Fuller

Lawrence Tierney ... Carl Braden
Victor Rodman ... Judge
Joey Faye ... Booster
Fred Villani ... Hoodlum (as Frederic Villani)
Tony Michaels ... Traffic Clerk

Scott Seaton ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Bank Executive (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: The Royal Roust

2 January 1961
After one of three bank robbers in a $200,000 heist is captured, Lt. Jacoby and the station police are distracted by a visiting dignitary and the prisoner escapes. Gunn is asked to use his "friends" to find a lead to the missing man. When found, the plan is to follow him to his two associates-and the money.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Warren J. Kemmerling ... Bennett (as Warren Kemmerling)
Leonard Strong ... King Felix
Milton Parsons ... Thoreau
Fred Sherman ... Harry (as Fred E. Sherman)
Albert Cavens ... Chef (as Al Cavens)

Stuart Holmes ... Royal Entourage Member (uncredited)

William H. O'Brien ... O'Brien (uncredited)
Bob Whitney ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: Bullet in Escrow

9 January 1961
A hard-case who Peter Gunn helped send to prison for five years is paroled.He immediately calls Gunn and lets him know he's "on his way and you have very little time to live".Ignoring Lt. Jacoby's suggestion to leave town,Gunn has a scheme to fight it out on his own turf-but ends up in the cemetery.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Leonard Stone ... Ed Stone
Clegg Hoyt ... Aesop

Robert F. Hoy ... Ernie Daggett (as Bobby Hoy)

William O'Connell ... Cabbie
Richard Collier ... Specs
James Lanphier ... Leslie
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)
Bob Whitney ... Hood (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: Jacoby's Vacation

16 January 1961
A man hires Gunn to find his brother,who mentioned in his most recent letter being in an obscure South American country.Lt. Jacoby is treated to a "vacation" by Gunn and goes along to look for the man.They find the natives are not hospitable nor the vacation very restful.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Mary Munday ... Anna Frober
Tom Palmer ... Louis Frober
George Ives ... Arthur Holland

Troy Melton ... Paul Yavacheck
Jorge Moreno ... Native

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Beard (as Oscar Beregi)

Season 3, Episode 17: Blind Item

23 January 1961
A newspaper gossip column item leads to a noted author hiring Gunn to look into the possibility that his wife is having an affair. Before he can get started on the case, the author is murdered and Gunn decides to find the killer. He begins by investigating the wife - who has more than one man in her life.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Richard Ney ... Forest Graham

Irene Hervey ... Madelon Ridgely

Billy Barty ... Babby

Mark Allen ... Edward Bellasco
Lloyd Lindroth ... Keith Tucker

Buddy Garion ... Houseboy

Season 3, Episode 18: Death Is a Sore Loser

30 January 1961
Sgt. Davis is accused of fatally shooting an unarmed derelict. Lt. Jacoby asks Gunn to help investigate the case and clear Davis. Davis claims he has been framed, possibly by an important hood he recently helped convict of mugging and murder.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Morris D. Erby ... Sgt. Lee Davis (as Morris Erby)
Joe Di Reda ... Eddie Wiley
Jack Bernardi ... Mr. Kalugian
Barbara English ... Donna Carol
Shirley Cytron ... Mrs. Kalugian
Rafael López ... Boy

Mathew McCue ... Derelict (uncredited)
Bob Whitney ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: I Know It's Murder

13 February 1961
A now wealthy ex-showgirl girlfriend of Edie has a son who asks Gunn to look into the background of his mother's new husband.The boy has uncanny ESP and "knows" his mother will be murdered.Nonetheless,Gunn is skeptical-until the new "father" has the boy put in an asylum.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Hayden Rorke ... Mark Eustis
Jean Engstrom ... Helene Eustis

Tommy Rettig ... Kevin Daniels
Mel Welles ... Manassian
Ken Drake ... Prof. Jody
Roy Gordon ... John
Alex Sharp ... Sanders

Kenner G. Kemp ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: A Kill and a Half

20 February 1961
The wife of an old friend asks Gunn to find her husband who has disappeared and whom the police are looking for.He is the chief suspect in the murder of a witness against a top mobster.Her husband used to work for the hood and Lt. Jacoby suspects there is still a connection.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Virginia Vincent ... Dora Carmichael

Bruce Gordon ... Vic Kimbro

Billy Barty ... Babby
Joseph Forte ... Arthur Merrill (as Joe Forte)

Norman Fell ... Danny Carmichael
Tony Regan ... Pool Game Spectator (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Pool Game Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: Than a Serpent's Tooth

27 February 1961
A singer, who fifteen years before was found Not Guilty in the questionable shooting death of her gangster husband, hires Gunn to help with a blackmailer. Her psychiatrist has been robbed of tapes made during analysis which detail the incident and which will reveal the true story.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Pamela Britton ... Vicki Landell
Anne Whitfield ... Carol Landell
Joseph Julian ... Arkie (as Joe Julian)
Clarke Gordon ... Johnny Gates
Jean Paul King ... Dr. Lawrence Herzog
Ralph Gary ... Lonnie Sears
Tony Regan ... Roberts (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: The Deep End

6 March 1961
A swimming Instructor stands idly by while a female pupil drowns. He hires Gunn to find out why. The man cannot understand exactly what happened and what his actions were but he's about to be charged with Manslaughter by the D.A.. Gunn is somewhat cynical but agrees to investigate the seemingly open-and-shut case.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

John Fiedler ... Oliver Neilson

William Bryant ... Phil Matterson
Josip Elic ... Professor Thurston

William Bakewell ... Psychiatrist (as Billy Bakewell)
Yvonne White ... Susan Neilson
James Lanphier ... Leslie

William H. O'Brien ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 23: Portrait in Leather

13 March 1961
A boxer on the comeback trail has an assassination attempt made on his life. Gunn becomes involved when a pickpocket friend of his "finds" a clue to the plot. As Gunn noses around he finds that the boxers' ex-wife, Manager and owner among others may have been involved in the incident.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Tom Brown ... Charlie Toomey

Ann Robinson ... Joanna Cochrane

Herb Armstrong ... Les Durant

William Fawcett ... Sobey Webb
Roy Glenn ... Otis Calder
J. Stewart Taylor ... Billy Cochrane (as Stewart Taylor)
Nick Borgani ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: Come Dance with Me and Die

20 March 1961
A cab driver saves a woman from a beating and from being forced into a car by two thugs. Afterwards, she disappears while he goes for help. The cabby tells his friend Gunn about what happened and this leads into the search for a girl who is "trying to get lost". She is a witness against a top hood and is on his hit list.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Barbara Stuart ... Candy Lane
Jack Hogan ... Billy Lundy
Harry Swoger ... Eddie Webb

Larry J. Blake ... Manager
Robert P. Lieb ... Frank Benedict
Patti Saunders ... Ruth Millard

Gil Perkins ... Hoodlum
George Paul ... Hoodlum
James Lanphier ... Leslie

Season 3, Episode 25: Cry Love, Cry Murder

27 March 1961
A Mexican immigrant's son is accused of killing a drug dealer. Lt. Jacoby feels the young man had a motive and the opportunity to have committed the crime. Gunn, an old friend of the father,looks into the case. The family business plays a part in the truth of what happened.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Margarita Cordova ... Maria Galvin
Eugene Iglesias ... Vicente Alvarez
Joe Sonessa ... Pepe Alvarez (as Joseph Sonessa)
Raoul De Leon ... Manolo Alvarez (as Raoul DeLeon)
Paul Fierro ... Father Macias
Mickey Simpson ... Max Willard
Dick Crockett ... Basher

Joe Besser ... Samuel 'Chubby' Stone

Dale Van Sickel ... Frankie Cole

Jack Perkins ... Sidney (uncredited)

Tom Steele ... Hood (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 26: A Penny Saved

3 April 1961
A ballet dancer hires Gunn to find her old dancing partner who has recently broken out of a sanitarium. He holds a grudge against her and before being committed he had threatened her life. The girl's new beau, a gangster, vows he will kill the "sick boy" if he finds him before Gunn or the police do.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Abraham Sofaer ... Boris Petrov
Joyce Vanderveen ... Lisa North
Paul Dubov ... Frank Wallace
Marcel Hillaire ... Jacque
Bruce MacFarlane ... Manager
Lillian Adams ... Mrs. North
Bill Chadney ... Emmett
Morris D. Erby ... Sgt. Lee Davis (as Erby Morris)
Maura McGiveney ... Miss Larson
Joe Scott ... Attendant
Oleg Tupine ... Nico

Season 3, Episode 27: Short a Motive

10 April 1961
A racketeer is beaten to death and a woman hires Gunn to find out if her old flame, a Korean War hero,was responsible. Lt. Jacob knows the man,who has been an out-patient for being manic-depressive for years. Meanwhile, a fellow mobster is worried he may be blamed for the kill and wants to force Gunn to clear his name.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Jimmy Murphy ... Paulie Walker
Jo Helton ... Ellen Clary
John Dierkes ... Dr. Wrightman

Paul Brinegar ... Chigger
Frank Gerstle ... Frank Clanton
Jhean Burton ... Maria Rinaldi
Andrea Darvi ... Theresa Rinaldi (as Andrea Margolis)
Owen McGiveney ... Janitor
George Robotham ... Les Coombs

Chuck Hicks ... Leonard Willis
Fred Villani ... Chalky (as Fredric Villani)
James Lanphier ... Leslie

Season 3, Episode 28: The Murder Bond

24 April 1961
The biggest Racket Man in town is out on bail and "blows up". Or did he? In order to get back the $100,000 he put up as security, the hoods' Bail Bondsman hires Gunn to find out one way or the other. A derelict who disappeared with a $90,000 winning Irish Sweepstakes ticket may figure in the case.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Russell Collins ... Ned Grant

Jean Willes ... Mrs. Cully

Howard Caine ... Landers
Al Christy ... Joe Cully
Owen Bush ... Nibs

Roy Jenson ... Regan
Fred Krone ... Sales
Leonard Bremen ... Bartender (as Lennie Bremen)

Frank Richards ... Barber
Dick Bravo ... Tout
Jim Hayward ... Derelict
Stubby Kruger ... Derelict
William Justine ... Plainclothesman

Colin Kenny ... Drunk (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 29: The Most Deadly Angel

1 May 1961
A Mystery Woman is an admirer of Peter Gunn-and she kills to prove it.The first kill is when a hood who swore revenge against Gunn is released from prison.Then the hood's brother turns up dead.Gunn must prove he's not the killer and try to find out who is-before the gangster father of the brood comes after him.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Harold J. Stone ... Joseph Yabocci
Mary Sinclair ... Caroline Haskins
Tom Newman ... Frank Yabocci
Bob Wienskjo ... Al Yabocci (as Bob Wiensko)
Treva Frazee ... Mary Smith
Harvey Johnson ... Oscar
George Sawaya ... Hoodlum
James Lanphier ... Leslie
Bill Chadney ... Emmett (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 30: Till Death Do Us Part

8 May 1961
Gunn "gives a little back" and goes to Acapulco, Mexico to look for a woman spotted down there recently by his friend. The woman is supposed to be dead and her husband is currently in the news-he has used up his last appeal and is very shortly to be executed for her murder.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Chana Eden ... Maria Rosales

Peter Mamakos ... Lt. Vasquez

Ernest Sarracino ... Carlos

William Phipps ... Johnny Burnett
William Lundmark ... Tommy McDonald (as Bill Lundmark)
Robert Gibbons ... Edward Candell
Shepherd Sanders ... Toothpick (as Shep Sanders)
Anne Bellamy ... Mrs. Leona Candell
James Waters ... Arthur Mitchell
David O. McCall ... Old Seaman (as David McCall)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Man in Acapulco (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 31: Last Resort

15 May 1961
Still in Acapulco, Gunn is hired by a agent to keep an eye on his client-an old-time star making a comeback movie. The actor may end up going back on the bottle if his nerves get the best of him due to the director constantly badgering him. When the actor disappears the question is did he run away or was he kidnapped?

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn
Milton Selzer ... Lou Warren

Randy Stuart ... Doris Hobart

Sherwood Price ... Les Murdock

Peter Mamakos ... Lt. Vasquez

Ross Elliott ... Nat Koenig

Allen Jaffe ... Henchman
Sid Kane ... Asst. Director

Francis X. Bushman ... Clinton Hobart

Season 3, Episode 32: A Matter of Policy

22 May 1961
About to leave Acapulco, Gunn surprises an intruder in his hotel room and despite the man escaping shoots him. Local police determine the man is a Mob hitman from Gunn's hometown. Later, Jacoby upon hearing the man's name rushes to Acapulco. The hitman is known to be on the trail of a key witness against a top U.S. Mobster.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Peter Mamakos ... Lt. Vasquez

Bert Remsen ... Frank Dineen
Anna Navarro ... Linda Salazar
Edward Colmans ... Clerk
Natividad Vacío ... Maldonado

Season 3, Episode 33: A Bullet for the Boy

29 May 1961
Still in Acapulco, due largely in part to Lt. Jacoby's bad sunburn, Gunn is asked by the local police (Lt. Vasquez) to help with the investigation into the near assassination of a U.S. diplomat's son. The emotional problems of the boy, the victims of a car wreck and a debt to a gambler are leads to a possible suspect.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Buzz Martin ... Paul Mitchell

Linda Watkins ... Laura Mitchell

Peter Mamakos ... Lt. Vasquez

Michael Pate ... Juan Mendoza
John Eldredge ... Victor Mitchell

Nacho Galindo ... Delgado
Steve Peck ... Louis Valdez (as Steven Peck)

Season 3, Episode 34: Death Is a Four Letter Word

5 June 1961
Back from Mexico,one of Gunn's "associates" tips him to a "suicidal type" woman. Gunn ends up saving her life and then pursues the case out of curiosity. Finding and saving her a second time, Gunn is shot. Afterward, a punk hood tied to the woman turns up missing and Jacoby investigates the lady.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Patric Knowles ... Virgil Considine

J. Pat O'Malley ... Luther

Ned Glass ... Natie

Frank Richards ... Bartender
Yvonne White ... Waitress
Edwin Mills ... Doctor

Virginia Grey ... Lisa Randolph
Alex Sharp ... Sparring Partner (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Butler (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 35: Deadly Intrusion

12 June 1961
A golf pro, due to marry a socialite, is blamed for a hit-and-run death. He is not guilty but has no verifiable alibi. Gunn is hired and finds the golf pro's auto mechanic is part of a chain connected to a gambler who holds IOU's involving the socialite's brother-who does not approve of his sister's upcoming marriage.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Erica Elliott ... Laura Barclay (as Erica Elliot)
Britt Lomond ... Gil Manson

William Berger ... Mark Barclay (as Bill Berger)

Francis De Sales ... Johnny Wade (as Francis DeSales)
George Barrows ... Cal Weaver
Nesdon Booth ... Corky
Joseph Mell ... Janos Majeski
Norma Michaels ... Waitress
James Lanphier ... Leslie
Ed Haskett ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 36: Voodoo

19 June 1961
A dying white man from Haiti comes to the city and hires Gunn to find out why he, his wife and his farm are having trouble. Gunn travels to Haiti to find out if Negro voodoo is the cause or something more tangible-like the local Sugar King. Due to reluctant local police cooperation, Gunn may be stymied.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby

Al Ruscio ... Inspector Georges

Ronald Long ... Arthur Cotswold
Norbert Schiller ... Abel Gunther
Jean Durand ... Chiva
John Daheim ... Judson (as John Day)

Greta Granstedt ... Mrs. Gunther
Anthony De Mario ... Dr. Howard (as Tony DeMario)
James Lanphier ... Leslie

Season 3, Episode 37: Down the Drain

26 June 1961
An insurance company hires Peter Gunn to determine the ownership of $500,000 worth of jewels, which may have been stolen. They were discovered by the police in the apartment of a murdered man who's wife now has laid claim to them. Oddly, a bookie who cannot be found could figure in the solution of the case.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Herschel Bernardi ... Lieutenant Jacoby
Eugene Borden ... Henri

Burt Mustin ... Old Man

Dale Van Sickel ... William Lee
James Waters ... Conrad
Clayton Post ... Paul Condon
Jane Weintraub ... Lois Lee (as Jane Morgan)

Season 3, Episode 38: Murder on the Line

18 September 1961
Gunn is hired by a reclusive billionaire to recover documents stolen by the man's recent girlfriend. After finding the lady has been strangled and then awakening from a conk on the head to find the billionaire's Assistant dead, Gunn sneaks back into his client's mansion knowing full well who is behind everything.

Craig Stevens ... Peter Gunn

Lola Albright ... Edie Hart

Gordon Oliver ... Arthur McCutchen
Robert Gist ... Cesar Carlyle
Byron Kane ... Dave (uncredited)
Norma Michaels ... Patient (uncredited)
Beverly Stone ... Girl (uncredited)

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