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Year: 1959 | 1960 | 1961 | 1962 | 1963

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 0: Pilot

22 January 1959

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Keenan Wynn ... Joe Fuselli

Barbara Nichols ... Brandy LaFrance

Pat Crowley ... Betty Anderson

Bill Williams ... Martin Flaherty

Joe Mantell ... George Ritchie

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Neville Brand ... Al Capone
Peter Leeds ... LaMarr Kane

Eddie Firestone ... Eric Hansen
Robert Osterloh ... Tom Kopke
Paul Dubov ... Jack Rossmann

Abel Fernandez ... Willliam Youngfellow

Paul Picerni ... Tony Liguri

John Beradino ... Johnny Giannini
Wolfe Barzell ... Picco

Frank Wilcox ... Beecher Asbury

Peter Mamakos ... Bomber Belcastro
Wally Cassell ... Phil D'Andrea
Herman Rudin ... Tony 'Mops' Volpe

Richard Benedict ... Fur Sammons
Bern Hoffman ... Greasy Thumb Guzik

Frank DeKova ... Jimmy Napoli

James Westerfield ... Ed Marriatt

Robert Anderson ... Agent at Raid (uncredited)
Eddie Baker ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Chet Brandenburg ... Agent at Raid (uncredited)
Jack Chefe ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Dick Cherney ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Gene Coogan ... Agent at Raid (uncredited)
Francis De Sales ... Deputy District Attorney (uncredited)
Bess Flowers ... Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
Ben Frommer ... Man at Theatre (uncredited)

Nicholas Georgiade ... Frank Kotter (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ... Bailiff (uncredited)

Chuck Hamilton ... Reporter (uncredited)

John Hoyt ... Capone Attorney (uncredited)
Lou Krugman ... Capone Attorney (uncredited)

Mathew McCue ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Sol Murgi ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

James Nolan ... Chick - Cop on the Take (uncredited)

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

Bartlett Robinson ... Judge (uncredited)
Ric Roman ... Al Kenner - Capone machine-gunner at Brewery (uncredited)
Victor Romito ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Bartender Reading Newspaper (uncredited)
Ray Spiker ... Brewery Worker (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Federal Agent in Beer Truck (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Waiter at Tap Dancing Show (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Harry Wilson ... Hood Being Arrested (uncredited)

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 1: The Empty Chair

15 October 1959
With Capone in prison, Frank Nitti tries to grab the open top spot in the empire. But Capone's bookkeeper is giving him a run for his money.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Barbara Nichols ... Brandy La France

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Betty Garde ... Norma Guzik

Jerry Paris ... Martin Flaherty

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nehemiah Persoff ... Jake Guzik

Peter Mamakos ... Gus Raddi
Herman Rudin ... Tony Volpe

Richard Benedict ... 'Fur' Sammons
Wally Cassell ... Phil D'Andrea

Frank Wilcox ... Beecher Asbury

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Norman Alden ... Gunman in Barber Shop Who Gets Throat Cut (uncredited)

Don Anderson ... Policeman (archive footage) (uncredited)

Neville Brand ... Al Capone (archive footage) (uncredited)

Noble 'Kid' Chissell ... Passerby on Street (uncredited)

James Dime ... Passerby on Street (uncredited)
Paul Dubov ... Jack Rossman (archive footage) (uncredited)

Chuck Hamilton ... Reporter (uncredited)

Chuck Hicks ... LaMarr Kane (uncredited)

Allen Jaffe ... Nitti Henchman in Office (uncredited)

Michael Jeffers ... Officer in Barber Shop (uncredited)
Lou Krugman ... Daubia - D'Andrea's Lawyer (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Guzik Henchman in Office (uncredited)

Steve London ... Jack Rossman (uncredited)
Carl Milletaire ... Julius Galnone (uncredited)

William H. O'Brien ... Older Man Getting Haircut (uncredited)
Hugh Sanders ... Investigating Officer in Barber Shop (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Guzik Henchman in Office (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock ... Barbershop Customer (uncredited)
Ray Spiker ... Guzik Henchman in Office (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Detective (archive footage) (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Shopkeeper (uncredited)
John Waterbury ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Harry Wilson ... Nitti Henchman in Office (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Ma Barker and Her Boys

22 October 1959
Ness has tracked down the notorious bank robber Ma Barker, a woman who turned her back on religion in order to lead a life of crime with her sons.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Claire Trevor ... Kate Clark 'Ma' Barker

Vaughn Taylor ... George 'Pa' Barker

Adam Williams ... Lloyd Barker
Joe Di Reda ... Fred Barker

Robert Ivers ... Herman Barker
Peter Baldwin ... Arthur 'Doc' Barker

Jerry Paris ... Agent Martin Flaherty

Abel Fernandez ... Agent William Youngfellow

Louise Fletcher ... Eloise

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Lovyss Bradley ... Choir Member (uncredited)

Florence Lake ... Choir Member (uncredited)
Les Lampson ... Narrator (uncredited)
Karen Norris ... Choir Member (uncredited)

William H. O'Brien ... Bank Employee (uncredited)
Emerson Treacy ... Reverend (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Jake Lingle Killing

29 October 1959
A newspaperman is murdered for double-crossing some mobsters. So a reward-seeking ex-con decides to work with Ness and find the killer.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Charles McGraw ... Barney 'Bugs' Birch

Jack Lord ... Bill Hagen

Jerry Paris ... Agent Martin Flaherty
Phillip Pine ... Jack Zuta

John Beradino ... Angie Viale

Herb Vigran ... Jake Lingle

H.M. Wynant ... Joe Aiello

Frank Wilcox ... Beecher Asbury

Chuck Hicks ... LaMarr Kane

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

James Dime ... Truck Driver (uncredited)
Steve Gravers ... Birch Henchman (uncredited)
James Lanphier ... Leo Brothers (uncredited)

Harold Miller ... Croupier (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock ... Gambling House Patron (uncredited)

Charles Tannen ... Reporter on Telephone (uncredited)

Harry Wilson ... Jazzbox Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The George 'Bugs' Moran Story

5 November 1959
Ness tries to get the influential president of a truckers union to stop mobster "Bugs" Moran and his crime syndicate from infiltrating the labor unions.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Lloyd Nolan ... George 'Bugs' Moran

Jack Warden ... Lawrence Halloran

Jerry Paris ... Agent Martin Flaherty

Abel Fernandez ... Agent William Youngfellow

Chuck Hicks ... LaMarr Kane

Steve London ... Jack Rossman
Barbara Stuart ... Thelma Devores
Kem Dibbs ... George 'Red' Anderson
Fredd Wayne ... Joe Carroll
Robin Warga ... Larry Halloran Jr.
Miriam Nelson ... Grace Halloran
Harry Shannon ... Joe Patterson
Peter Baldwin ... Tom Patterson

Bob Hastings ... Frank Patterson

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Jimmie Booth ... Union Member (uncredited)
George Bruggeman ... Union Member (uncredited)

Bill Erwin ... Reporter (uncredited)

Nicholas Georgiade ... Agent Enrico Rossi (uncredited)

Jack Kruschen ... Union Vice-President (uncredited)

George Lynn ... Farmhouse Mug (uncredited)

Rod McGaughy ... Union Member (uncredited)
John Roy ... Union Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Ain't We Got Fun

12 November 1959
A successful bootlegger seizes control of a nightclub and takes its brash young comic under his wing, promising to make him a star.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Joseph Buloff ... Benny Hoff

Cameron Mitchell ... Johnny Paycheck

Jerry Paris ... Agent Martin Flaherty

Phyllis Coates ... Renee Sullivan

Ted de Corsia ... Big Jim Harrington
Harry Bartell ... Schlessinger

Nicholas Georgiade ... Agent Enrico Rossi

Chuck Hicks ... LaMarr Kane

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Timothy Carey ... Loxie (uncredited)

Gene Coogan ... Gangster (uncredited)

James Dime ... Hood (uncredited)

Charles Morton ... Show Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Shea ... Tom (uncredited)

Jack Stoney ... Brewery Worker (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Ticket Agent (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Vincent 'Mad Dog' Coll

19 November 1959
A deranged gangster kidnaps the right-hand man of mobster Dutch Schultz, then steals the horse Schultz was planning to bet on in the Kentucky Derby.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Clu Gulager ... Vincent 'Mad Dog' Coll
Lawrence Dobkin ... Dutch Schultz

Jerry Paris ... Agent Martin Flaherty

Nicholas Georgiade ... Agent Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... Agent William Youngfellow
Suzanne Storrs ... Diana Carten
Bern Hoffman ... Fats Finney
Richard Karlan ... Needles Bledsoe

Richard Carlyle ... Lefty Gallagher

Dick Miller ... Benny Bristow
Ronald Anton ... Tommy Clover (as Ronnie Anton)

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

George DeNormand ... Racetrack Patron (uncredited)
Louie Elias ... Track Cop (uncredited)

Robert Karnes ... Police Captain (uncredited)
Tyler McVey ... Police Chief A.M. Beaufort (uncredited)
Scott Peters ... Schultz Henchman (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Racetrack Patron (uncredited)
Renata Vanni ... Mrs. Clover (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Mexican Stake-Out

26 November 1959
Eliot Ness is lured south of the border to retrieve a witness who will help his case. Only it's a set-up...once there, the mobster on trial is planning to have Ness killed.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Martin Landau ... Jerry Fanning

Vince Edwards ... Nick Delgado

Jerry Paris ... Martin Flaherty

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Byron Foulger ... Julius Imbry

Ken Lynch ... Theodore Newberry

Frank Wilcox ... Beecher Asbury

BarBara Luna ... Lucita (as Barbara Luna)
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Achilles Guzman (as Rodolfo Hoyos)
Alex Montoya ... Max Charcas
Richard Norris ... Dottweiler

Roy Engel ... Whelan

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Brandon Beach ... Storekeeper (uncredited)
Eumenio Blanco ... Mexican Townsman (uncredited)
Dick Cherney ... Policeman at Hearing (uncredited)

George Cisar ... Sgt. Gallivan (uncredited)
Elias Gamboa ... Mexican Townsman (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Stuart Hall ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Paul Keast ... Judge at Hearing (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Policeman at Hearing (uncredited)
David O. McCall ... Mexican Townsman (uncredited)
Paul Power ... Commissioner (uncredited)

Stafford Repp ... Mr. LaMarr (uncredited)
John Roy ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Joseph Ruskin ... Fred Metcalf (uncredited)
Natividad Vacío ... Pasquale (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: The Artichoke King

3 December 1959
A gangster who controls the produce market in New York has a colleague bumped off. But when the hit man he hired gets greedy, he has to get rid of him too.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Jack Weston ... Ciro Terranova

Al Ruscio ... Frankie Yale

Robert Ellenstein ... Felix Burke

Jerry Paris ... Agent Martin Flaherty

Abel Fernandez ... Agent William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Agent Enrico Rossi
Eugene Iglesias ... Tony Cestari

Mike Mazurki ... Frankie Marlowe

Meg Wyllie ... Mrs. Terranova

Argentina Brunetti ... Sophia Cestari

Lane Chandler ... Kingan
Selette Cole ... Mrs. Stearns

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
George Blagoi ... Mourner at Wake (uncredited)

Gene Coogan ... Private Banquet Room Guest (uncredited)

Joseph Crehan ... Private Banquet Room Guest (uncredited)
Oliver Cross ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Ralph Dumke ... Judge Albert Humboldt (uncredited)
Kenneth Gibson ... Minister (uncredited)

Allen Jaffe ... Masked Robber (uncredited)

Eddie Parker ... Cogan (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Mourner at Wake (uncredited)

Harry Wilson ... Masked Robber (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: The Tri-State Gang

10 December 1959
A notorious gang that hijacks trucks is unstoppable...until one of its members falls for a young French woman who can identify their leader.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

William Bendix ... Wally Legenza

Alan Hale Jr. ... 'Big' Bill Phillips (as Alan Hale)

Florence Halop ... Flora Weinberg

Jerry Paris ... Agent Martin Flaherty
Jay Adler ... Georgie Kaufman

Gavin MacLeod ... Artie McLeod
Roxane Berard ... Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Dauphine

Stanley Adams ... Willie Weinberg

Peggy Maley ... Amy Randall
Joseph Mell ... Sidney Weinberg
John Ward ... Bobby Mais

Abel Fernandez ... Agent William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Agent Enrico Rossi

Chuck Hicks ... LaMarr Kane

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

William Fawcett ... Police Officer (uncredited)

George Lynn ... Doctor (uncredited)

Dick Wilson ... Sheriff Wilson (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Dutch Schultz Story

17 December 1959
After Dutch Schultz gets his income tax evasion trial moved to a quiet town, he starts to have a positive effect on its citizens and eventually sways the jury.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness
Lawrence Dobkin ... Dutch Schultz

Jerry Paris ... Agent Martin Flaherty

Abel Fernandez ... Agent William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Agent Enrico Rossi

David White ... W.S. Andrews
Margaret Field ... Marsha Harper (as Maggie Mahoney)

Mort Mills ... Lulu Rosenkrantz

Marion Ross ... Vera Schultz

Steve London ... Jack Rossman
Robert Carricart ... Lucky Luciano

Johnny Seven ... Canello

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Frank Baker ... Juror (uncredited)

Gregg Barton ... Cop (uncredited)

Chet Brandenburg ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)

Joseph Crehan ... D.A. (uncredited)
Paul Cristo ... Juror (uncredited)
Frank Gerstle ... Schultz Man (uncredited)

Harry Harvey ... Clearview Barber (uncredited)
Eddie Kane ... Assistant D.A. (uncredited)

Paul Kruger ... Juror (uncredited)
Ann Kunde ... Juror (uncredited)
Leonard Mudie ... Judge (uncredited)
Karen Norris ... Nurse (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Juror (uncredited)

Frank Puglia ... Joe Flores (uncredited)
Amanda Randolph ... Numbers Racket Woman (uncredited)
Richard Reeves ... Abe Landau (uncredited)
John Roy ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Counterman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: You Can't Pick the Number

24 December 1959
Eliot Ness and the Untouchables set their sights shutting down the numbers racket. The numbers are like a lottery where anyone can place a bet of up to one dollar on a three digit number. The payout for a full dollar bet is $600 so the profit for the mob, who run the racket, is the remaining 40%. Ness wants to shut down that cash flow which can be used for more heinous crimes. They think they may have an in when one of Al Morrissey's collectors is stabbed. Ness pressures Agent Marty Flaherty to make contact with Morrissey, an old friend who once saved his life. Before he can do anything, the Chicago police arrest Morrissey for gambling violations and Marty focuses on Al's son, Phil Morrissey but with little luck until his father pays the price for being connected to the mob.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Jay C. Flippen ... Al Morrisey

Darryl Hickman ... Phil Morrisey

Jerry Paris ... Agent Martin Flaherty

Abel Fernandez ... Agent William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Agent Enrico Rossi

Chuck Hicks ... LaMarr Kane

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

King Calder ... Mr. Sampson

Whit Bissell ... Pat Danning

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Robert Anderson ... Cop arresting Morrisey (uncredited)
George Barrows ... Police Captain (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Numbers Guy (uncredited)

James Dime ... Gangster (uncredited)
Betty Lou Gerson ... Alma Pollock (uncredited)
Pete Kellett ... Officer at Raid (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Murder Witness (uncredited)
Doreen Lang ... Mrs. Morrisey (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Neighbor (uncredited)

Barry Russo ... Frank (uncredited)

Johnny Silver ... Gangster (uncredited)

Jack Stoney ... Gangster (uncredited)

Harry Tyler ... Pete Wasson (uncredited)
Charles Wagenheim ... Neighbor (uncredited)
Christine White ... Evelyn (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Underground Railway

31 December 1959
Eliot Ness and the Untouchables pursue bank robber Frank Holloway who has escaped from prison. Holloway murdered an federal agent but was not convicted. Holloway is seeking to retrieve the cache of stolen loot.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Virginia Vincent ... Mona Valentine
Joe De Santis ... Daniel Oates

Cliff Robertson ... Frank Halloway

Jerry Paris ... Agent Martin Flaherty

Frank Ferguson ... Dr. James Crenshaw

Ernest Sarracino ... Tomaso Fellini
Linda Wong ... Tuki

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Paul Bradley ... Man at Dance Marathon (uncredited)

Steve Carruthers ... Man at Dance Marathon (uncredited)

Joseph Crehan ... Hotel Proprietor (uncredited)
Paul Cristo ... Club Patron (uncredited)
John Harmon ... Ed Johnson (uncredited)
Bob Hopkins ... Charley Brant (uncredited)
Harvey Karels ... Casino Patron (uncredited)

David McMahon ... Police Captain (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Man at Dance Marathon (uncredited)

Maudie Prickett ... Telephone Supervisor (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Dealer (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock ... Police Photographer (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Train Conductor (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Syndicate Sanctuary

7 January 1960
With Al Capone out of the way, the mob is looking to relocate its base of operations outside of Chicago in a nearby community. Their first step is to get rid of the incorruptible mayoral candidate, Judge Leon Zabo, who they run down in the street. The Coroner's inquest is a sham and it is obvious that the Chief of Police, who appoints the Coroner, is already in the syndicate's pocket. Ness and his men move into the town intent on shutting the mob down before they even get started but the Untouchables find that they also have to protect the dead Judge's daughter, Rosetta Zabo, who has taken up his anti-corruption campaign.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Anthony Caruso ... Guido Morelli

Robert F. Simon ... Police Chief Towers

Gail Kobe ... Rosetta Zabo

Jerry Paris ... Agent Martin Flaherty

Jack Elam ... Nick Bravo
Frank Wolff ... Tony Rio
Lewis Charles ... Joe Donato
Raymond Greenleaf ... Judge Leon Zabo

Douglass Dumbrille ... Judge Ben Harlow

Abel Fernandez ... Agent William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Agent Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Fred Aldrich ... Spectator Listening to Speech (uncredited)
Don Brodie ... Barker Ouside of Club (uncredited)

George Cisar ... Desk Sergeant (uncredited)

Joseph Crehan ... Police Officer at Hearing (uncredited)
Jimmy Cross ... Henry Malden (uncredited)
Lois De Banzie ... Linda Turning (uncredited)

Don Diamond ... Mob Pit Boss (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Clark Howat ... Policeman Mason (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Workman (uncredited)

Paul Kruger ... Hearing Spectator (uncredited)

Mike Lane ... James Stenbeck (uncredited)

David McMahon ... Worker Painting Door (uncredited)

Charles Morton ... Hearing Spectator (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Hearing Spectator (uncredited)

Johnny Silver ... Gangster (uncredited)
Chalky Williams ... Hearing Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: The Noise of Death

14 January 1960
When Eliot Ness and Agent Martin Flaherty raid a small butcher shop looking for illegal liquor, they find more the cheap booze: they find the body of the store's owner, Arturo Vittorini, in the meat locker. The dead man's wife Barbara accuses the neighborhood Mafia chief, Joe Bucco, of ordering the killing. Bucco denies having anything to do with it - the dead man was his wife's cousin - but is pretty sure his collector, Little Charlie Sebastino, is responsible. He also learns to his shock and dismay that the Mafia hierarchy has pushed him out and Little Charlie has been named as his replacement. Bucco strikes back and sabotages Sebastino's trucks but the Mafia sends him a message when they kill his driver and he knows that unless he backs off, he will be next. He gives Eliot Ness a present just in case he's knocked off.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

J. Carrol Naish ... Joseph H. 'Joe' Bucco (as J. Carroll Naish)

Henry Silva ... Little Charlie Sebastino

Norma Crane ... Barbara Vittorini

Mike Kellin ... Abe Garfinkel

Jerry Paris ... Agent Martin Flaherty
Rita Lynn ... Anna Bucco

Robert Ellenstein ... Mr. Kalinak

Joi Lansing ... Georgina Jones

Abel Fernandez ... Agent William Youngfellow

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Aladdin ... Musician Playing Mandolin (uncredited)
Cyril Delevanti ... Men's Room Attendant (uncredited)
Ben Frommer ... Oddsmaker in Background (uncredited)

Allen Jaffe ... Oddsmaker in Background (uncredited)

Harry Dean Stanton ... Newspaper Seller (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Oddsmaker in Background (uncredited)

Harry Wilson ... Oddsmaker in Background (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Star Witness

21 January 1960
An accountant with a brilliant mind for numbers agrees to testify against the mob. But keeping him safe before the trial keeps Ness and his men on the run.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Marc Lawrence ... Luigi Renaldo

Jim Backus ... William Norbert

Jerry Paris ... Agent Martin Flaherty

Dorothy Morris ... Mildred Norbert
Bart Burns ... Floyd Wheaton

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi
Jay Warren ... Paolo Rienzi (as Jay Warrenn)
Sal Armetta ... Tommy Fiducci
William Justine ... Ralph McNiel

Tom Reese ... Georgie Summers

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Vincent Barbi ... Charles Maciolli (uncredited)

Chet Brandenburg ... Reporter (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Antony Carbone ... Mr. Forenzi (uncredited)

Lester Dorr ... Certified Public Accountant (uncredited)

Duke Fishman ... Davey - Hitman (uncredited)
Eddie Foster ... Renaldo's Attorney (uncredited)
Ben Frommer ... Thug Checking Money (uncredited)

Allen Jaffe ... Albert Cicciano (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Courtroom Guard (uncredited)

Charles Morton ... Marcus Campanello (uncredited)

Bing Russell ... Deputy Martinson (uncredited)
Harry Seymour ... Payoff Man (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Mover (uncredited)
Bob Whitney ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Mack Williams ... Assistant D.A. (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The St. Louis Story

28 January 1960
The team faces a new kind of criminal when they battle the owner of the swank Jockey Club, a respectable gent who is the boss of the St. Louis underworld.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Leo Gordon ... Whitey

Anthony George ... Agent Cam Allison

David Brian ... Dink Conway

Jerry Paris ... Agent Martin Flaherty

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Richard Bakalyan ... Joe Courtney

Frank Wilcox ... Beecher Asbury

George N. Neise ... William Neuhauser (as George Neise)
Bernard Fein ... Tim Harrington
Danny Meehan ... Eddie Runkel
Rita Duncan ... Rita Rocco

Percy Helton ... Mr. Meyer

Lillian Bronson ... Mrs. Lindsey

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Charles Cane ... Police Lt. Mike O'Farrell (uncredited)

Gene Coogan ... Gangster at Meeting (uncredited)

Joseph Crehan ... Police Officer at Station (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Post Office Worker (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Police Officer at Station (uncredited)

Al Lettieri ... Harrington Gangster (uncredited)

Harold Miller ... Club Patron (uncredited)

William H. O'Brien ... Pool Hall Proprietor (uncredited)
Milton Parsons ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Gil Perkins ... Louis Hoffner (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Broker (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: One-Armed Bandits

4 February 1960
A newly released convict is blackmailed into running a slot-machine racket. If he refuses, his daughter will learn of his existence and be scandalized.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Larry Gates ... Julian Glass

John Beradino ... Augie Viale (as John Beradino)

Harry Guardino ... Frank O'Dean

Anthony George ... Agent Cam Allison

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow
Theodore Marcuse ... Paul Curtiz
Wolfe Barzell ... Jake Brodowski

Steve London ... Jack Rossman
Penny Santon ... Emily Brodowski
Paul Comi ... George Colleoni
Kenneth Becker ... Al Barberry (as Ken Becker)
Theona Bryant ... Nurse (as Theora Bryant)

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Bud Cokes ... Released Prisoner (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Police Commissioner at Party (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Commuter (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Counterman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Little Egypt

11 February 1960
The department's newest agent is able to infiltrate the mob, using carrier pigeons to get information out. That is, until a woman gets him into trouble.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness
Susan Cummings ... Hazel Stanley

Anthony George ... Agent Cam Allison

Fred Clark ... Major Charlie Byron

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

John Marley ... Ed Carlton

Sam Gilman ... Deputy Parker

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Bartlett Robinson ... Mayor Marcus Stone

Norman Alden ... Barry Carlton (as Norm Alden)
Miriam Goldina ... Mrs. Lazlo
James McCallion ... Shorty Checkers
Frank Bella ... Ray Williams

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Fred Aldrich ... Diner Patron (uncredited)

Majel Barrett ... Waitress (uncredited)
Paul Bradley ... Piano Player (uncredited)
Dick Cherney ... Diner Patron (uncredited)
Paul Cristo ... Diner Patron (uncredited)
John Hudkins ... Brawler (uncredited)

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

Ethan Laidlaw ... Harry Bladick (uncredited)

Jack Stoney ... Diner Patron (uncredited)

Dale Van Sickel ... Sheriff Munie (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: The Big Squeeze

18 February 1960
For Ness, a master bank robber proves a worthy opponent. But robbing banks is not a federal offense, so Ness must get him on another charge.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

John Hoyt ... James Havens
Dodie Heath ... Chicky Purcell (as Dody Heath)

Dan O'Herlihy ... Ace Banner

Anthony George ... Agent Cam Allison (credit only)

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow
Jimmy Mageean ... Jamie 'The Knife' Hennigan (as James Mageean)

Frank Wilcox ... Beecher Asbury

Steve London ... Jack Rossman
Jeanne Vaughn ... Miss Downes
William A. Forester ... Stu Mill
Stephen Coit ... Lynch

Edmund Hashim ... Matty Church (as Ed Hashim)
Pitt Herbert ... Cashier

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Robert Anderson ... Police Captain (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks ... Policeman (uncredited)

Steve Carruthers ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Paul Cristo ... Bank Clerk (uncredited)
Mickey Golden ... Waiter (uncredited)

Fred Graham ... Guard (uncredited)

Don C. Harvey ... Howard (uncredited)

Kenneth MacDonald ... Senate Committee Member (uncredited)
Paul Maxey ... Grimes (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Dealer (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: The Unhired Assassin: Part 1

25 February 1960
While a crazed derelict in Florida is obsessed with assassinating President Roosevelt, Capone's mob is planning to take over the Chicago World's Fair by killing the mayor.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Joe Mantell ... Giuseppe 'Joe' Zangara

Claude Akins ... Jake 'Dodo' Ryan

Robert Middleton ... Mayor Anton J. Cermak

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Anthony George ... Agent Cam Allison

Frank DeKova ... Louis Campagne

Lee Van Cleef ... Frank Diamond

Richard Deacon ... Bill Skidmore

Frankie Darro ... News Vendor

George N. Neise ... Ira Peterson (as George Neise)

Barry Russo ... Milwaukee Minelli (as John Duke)
Sally Todd ... Sally Jansen
John Daheim ... Tom A. Jansen (as John Day)

Argentina Brunetti ... Mrs. Swoboda
Ted Berger ... Roley Sutton

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Adolf Hitler ... Himself (archive footage)
Herbert Hoover ... Himself (archive footage)

Franklin D. Roosevelt ... Himself (archive footage)

Steve Carruthers ... Reporter (uncredited)
John Elman ... Albert (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: The Unhired Assassin: Part 2

3 March 1960
Although unsuccessful in their first attempt to assassinate Chicago's Mayor, Anton J. Cermak, the Capone mob under the command of Frank Nitti and several other of the imprisoned mobster's lieutenants, have not given up. This time they hire a professional, Fred 'Caddy' Croner, an expert at using a long rifle with a scope who carries his weapon in a golf club bag. They put him on a retainer until Cermak goes out of town and sure enough, they learn that the Mayor will be traveling to Miami to attend a public event in honor of the President-elect, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who is visiting the area before returning to Washington for his inauguration a few weeks later. Eliot Ness and the Untouchables are soon onto their plan and travel to Miami to protect Cermak. Unbeknown to them however, a crazed man, Giuseppe 'Joe' Zangara, has purchased a handgun with the intent to kill Roosevelt at the same public function.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Joe Mantell ... Giuseppe 'Joe' Zangara
Robert Gist ... Fred 'Caddy' Croner

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Robert Middleton ... Mayor Anton J. Cermak

Anthony George ... Agent Cam Allison

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Frank DeKova ... Louis 'Little New York' Campagna

Lee Van Cleef ... Frank Diamond

Percy Helton ... Jocko Monaghan

Dick Whittinghill ... Earl Forrest

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Sterling Holloway ... Horace De Vilbill

Eleanor Audley ... Mrs. Cross
Ray Kellogg ... Geller

Sam Gilman ... Detective Barney Kyle

Robert Anderson ... Miami Police Chief
Paul Frees ... Radio Voice / Public Address Voice / Franklin D. Roosevelt (voice) (unconfirmed)

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Al Bain ... Crowd Member (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Police Officer (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Dignitary (uncredited)
George Nardelli ... Dignitary (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Crowd Member (uncredited)

Addison Richards ... Mayor Roy B. Gautier (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Crowd Member (uncredited)
Chick Sheridan ... Crowd Member (uncredited)
Charles Watts ... Convention Organizer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: The White Slavers

10 March 1960
The sadistic head of a prostitution ring tries to get a former madam to help him with his operation. Only she decides to work with Eliot Ness instead.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Dick York ... Ernie Torrance

Mike Kellin ... Mig Torrance

Nita Talbot ... Alice

Betty Field ... Mrs. Buchanan

Anthony George ... Agent Cam Allison

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Jeremy Slate ... Red Foran

Paul Langton ... Bob Wheaton
Frank London ... Ned Gold

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

James Anderson ... Nicky Flanagan
Natividad Vacío ... Gas Station Attendant
Sarita Vara ... Ellena
Robert Gibbons ... Olson

Mona Knox ... Edna
Theona Bryant ... Lucille

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Ray Walker ... Mr. Kimmell (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: Three Thousand Suspects

24 March 1960
Just as a prisoner is about to turn stool pigeon, he is shot by someone on the inside. So Ness transfers a con from another prison to find the killer.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti
Mary Sinclair ... Mrs. Tom Sebring

Bert Freed ... Gus Caserta

Leslie Nielsen ... Tom Sebring

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Anthony George ... Agent Cam Allison

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow
Peter Leeds ... Nick Segal

James Flavin ... Warden G. N. Rinehardt

Ned Glass ... Ed Keiffer
Dan Seymour ... Sam Argus

Howard Storm ... Phil Thorne (as Howie Storm)
Francis De Sales ... Capt. Troy
Nick Borgani ... Gangster at Meeting (uncredited)
Benny Burt ... Trustee in Library (uncredited)

Joseph Crehan ... Prison Doctor (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Al Hopson ... Groton (uncredited)
J. Anthony Hughes ... Parole Board Member (uncredited)
Pete Kellett ... Prison Guard (uncredited)

Charles Morton ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Ray Spiker ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: The Doreen Maney Story

31 March 1960
A woman and her boyfriend, dubbed "The Lovebirds" by the press, rob an armored truck. When she is caught, Ness uses her as bait to catch her partner.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness
Christopher Dark ... Sheik Humphries

Connie Hines ... Maybelle Maney

Anne Francis ... Doreen Maney

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Anthony George ... Agent Cam Allison

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow
George Mitchell ... Mr. Maney
Richard Rust ... Len Carson

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Robert Stevenson ... Jake Logan (as Robert J. Stevenson)
Jim Hayward ... Sheriff

Lovyss Bradley ... Matron

Max Baer ... Himself / Boxer (archive footage)
Max Schmeling ... Himself / Boxer (archive footage)
Carey Loftin ... Armored Car Guard (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Room Clerk (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: Portrait of a Thief

7 April 1960
The president of a firm that distributes alcohol is connected to the mob and has been swindling his company for years. But then the mob turns on him.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Henry Jones ... Brooks Wells

Charles McGraw ... Johnny Torrio

Edward Andrews ... E. Carlton Duncan

Anthony George ... Agent Cam Allison

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Frank Wilcox ... Beecher Asbury

J. Pat O'Malley ... Warden Carroll

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Raymond Bailey ... John Carvell
Alan Dexter ... Vince Farrell
Harry Landers ... Phil Martin
Harlan Warde ... Police Officer

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Nick Borgani ... Worker Loading Alcohol (uncredited)

Chet Brandenburg ... Worker Loading Alcohol (uncredited)
George Ford ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
John Roy ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Ray Walker ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: The Underworld Bank

14 April 1960
The crime lords have now become money lenders. So when they cut one of their men out of his share of a heist, he comes after them...and so does Eliot Ness.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Virginia Vincent ... Louise O'Hara

Peter Falk ... Duke Mullen

Thomas Mitchell ... Milo Sullivan

Anthony George ... Agent Cam Allison

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Val Avery ... Johnny the Enforcer

Ernest Sarracino ... Tony Zagano
Penny Santon ... Mrs. Zagano

Raymond Bailey ... John Carvell
Frank Gerstle ... Police Captain
Bernard Kates ... Davie
Vincent Barbi ... Big Augie Epstein (as Vince Barbi)
Leonard Bremen ... Police Sergeant (as Lennie Bremen)

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
George Blagoi ... Dino Mataur (uncredited)

John Davis Chandler ... Henchman (uncredited)

Allen Jaffe ... Alonzo Sanchez (uncredited)

Harold Miller ... Harold Bishman (uncredited)
John Roy ... Doorman (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Churchgoer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: Head of Fire: Feet of Clay

21 April 1960
Special agent Ness is worried about his childhood pal - a big, successful boxing promoter who's mixed up with a gangster Ness can never get convicted.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Nehemiah Persoff ... Johnny Fortunato

Madlyn Rhue ... Chickie Bernstein

Jack Warden ... Frank Barber

Anthony George ... Agent Cam Allison

Leo Gordon ... Pops Gantry

Virginia Christine ... Stella Barber
Adrienne Marden ... Nurse Vedkoff

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Norman Alden ... John Henry Whitmore (as Norm Alden)
Lawrence Maldonado ... Fabiano
George Chirello ... News Vendor

Patsy Kelly ... Slapsie Sadie

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Al Bain ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)

John Davis Chandler ... Henchman (uncredited)

Gene Coogan ... Ringside Photographer (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)

John George ... Spectator Outside Arena (uncredited)
Chester Hayes ... Dancer (uncredited)
Eddie Hice ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... Dancer (uncredited)
John Indrisano ... Referee (uncredited)
Richard LaMarr ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)

Charles Morton ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
Hazel Pierce ... Dancer (uncredited)
John Roy ... Dancer (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)

Carl Sklover ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Peanut Vendor (uncredited)
Joe Walls ... Dancer (uncredited)
Chalky Williams ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 28: The Frank Nitti Story

28 April 1960
Al Capone's main enforcer, Frank Nitti, has gone into the movie business. He threatens theater owners into paying him protection money...or else!

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Richard Anderson ... Sidney Rogers / Zoran Bresnovitch
Myron McCormick ... Ramsey Lennox

Dick Foran ... Jerry Dockstone

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Anthony George ... Agent Cam Allison

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow (credit only)

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Phyllis Coates ... Ellie Morley

Alex Gerry ... J. N. Miller

Frank DeKova ... Louie Campagna (as Frank de Kova)

Frank Wilcox ... Beecher Asbury

Frank Albertson ... Jason MacIntyre

Harry Harvey ... Harold Coldman (as Harry Harvey Sr.)

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Nick Borgani ... Spectator at Murder Scene (uncredited)
James J. Casino ... Paramedic (uncredited)
Jack Deery ... Theatre Patron (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Hood (uncredited)

Michael Jeffers ... Police Officer at Murder Scene (uncredited)
Hazel Pierce ... Visitor (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Everett (uncredited)
Chick Sheridan ... Spectator at Murder Scene (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Spectator at Murder Scene (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Man Being Booked (uncredited)

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: The Rusty Heller Story

13 October 1960
Rusty Heller is a nightclub performer who has her eyes set on a better life for herself which, in her case, means lots more money. She sets her eyes on mobster Charles 'Pop' Felcher who has his own ambitions: with the recent arrest of Al Capone on tax evasion charges, he sees himself taking over as the top mobster in Chicago. When Felcher shows little interest in her, she settles for his lawyer, Archie Grayson. Felcher eventually comes around but Rusty starts to play a dangerous game when she decides to make money off Felcher and the Capone mob by selling both of them the same information.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Elizabeth Montgomery ... Rusty Heller

Harold J. Stone ... Charles 'Pops' Felcher

David White ... Atty. Archie Grayson

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Norman Fell ... Reiner - Accountant

Betty Garde ... Alice the maid

Linda Watkins ... Flora

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Barry Russo ... Marty (as John Duke)

Allison Hayes ... Mrs. Charles 'Pops' Felcher
John Close ... Gordie

Pete Candoli ... Spokesman

George DeNormand ... Assistant District Attorney

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Neville Brand ... Al Capone (archive footage) (uncredited)

Charles Morton ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Norman Stevans ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Hope Summers ... Neighbor (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Jack 'Legs' Diamond

20 October 1960
Working in the New York area, Eliot Ness and his men are trying to trace an incoming shipment of narcotics. Some years before, mobster and nightclub owner Jack "Legs" Diamond spent time in Europe and he made a deal with a Greek crime family to buy $5 million worth of narcotics. Diamond is flamboyant and loves publicity but his partners, Lucky Luciano and Dutch Schultz, want him to lay low for a while and they send him off to his cabin in the Catskills. When Diamond learns that they have gone ahead with the drug deal without informing him, he assumes they're trying to cut him out of the deal and goes after the drugs himself.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Steven Hill ... Jack 'Legs' Diamond

Norma Crane ... Alice Diamond
Suzanne Storrs ... Dawn Dolan

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow
Peter Whitney ... Bill Swinney
Lawrence Dobkin ... Dutch Schultz

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Oscar Benjamin (as Oscar Beregei)
Robert Carricart ... Lucky Luciano

Lee Patrick ... Lelah Dolan
Antony Carbone ... Dimitrious Spiros (as Tony Carbone)
Ted Berger ... Moxie Harris

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Raymond Bailey ... John Carvell (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Ryan O'Neal ... Bellhop (uncredited)
Norman Stevans ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Chalky Williams ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Nicky

3 November 1960
When a small-time hoodlum is apparently killed by Eliot Ness during a raid, the man's teenage son, Nicky Bousso, tries to kill him. Ness realizes that Nicky is no hood and tries to be nice, but the kid is persistent. When ballistics confirm that the man was killed before the raid took place, Nicky thinks Ness is just making it up. Nicky gets a job cleaning cars at his father's former place of work, a taxi company owned by Gus Marco. Unbeknown to Nicky, Marco is a major hoodlum and his father was in fact a hood. He is soon faced with the choice of following in his father's footsteps or helping out Ness and the Feds.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Michael Ansara ... Charlie Steuben
Joe De Santis ... Louis Latito
Phillip Pine ... Mike Marconi

Luther Adler ... Gus Marco

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson
Mario Roccuzzo ... Nicky Bousso

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Malcolm Atterbury ... Judge Simon Willard
A.G. Vitanza ... Mario Bousso
Renata Vanni ... Carmela Bousso
Vincent Barbi ... Ike
George Greco ... Adamo
Ronnie Haran ... Tessie Bousso

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Nick Borgani ... Sidewalk Onlooker (uncredited)
John Harmon ... Lab Tech (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: The Waxey Gordon Story

10 November 1960
Waxey Gordon is known as the beer baron of New York and he decides that the time has come to expand his territory. He sets his sights on the New Jersey side of the river and successfully eliminates his three competitors there, including mobster Bugs Donovan. Ness and his men are trying to bring Waxey down and are sure they have located his warehouse but every time they raid the place, the building is completely empty. When they do finally figure out how he is moving his beer, they plan a little surprise for him with the help of the Elizabeth, New Jersey Fire Department.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Frank DeKova ... Bugs Donovan (as Frank De Kova)

Nehemiah Persoff ... Waxey Gordon

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman
Lisabeth Hush ... Elaine Warren (as Lizabeth Hush)
Terry Huntingdon ... Flo Ingalls

Edgar Stehli ... Mr. Ainslee

Walter Reed ... Orville Watson

Terry Becker ... Higgins (as Adam Becker)

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Joseph Crehan ... Fire Commisioner (uncredited)

Sam Gilman ... Charlie Sherman (uncredited)
Marc Krah ... Gangster Around Table (uncredited)

Charles Morton ... Brewer (uncredited)

William H. O'Brien ... Butler at Gordon's (uncredited)

Hank Patterson ... Charlie--Warehouse Manager (uncredited)
Gene Roth ... Louis (uncredited)
Henry Rowland ... Brewer (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Gangster (uncredited)

George Selk ... Stagehand (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Brewer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: The Mark of Cain

17 November 1960
Eliot Ness and his team have been successful in shutting most of the drug trafficking in Chicago. One exception is 'Little' Charlie Sebastino's operation. He has accumulated quite a stash over the years and doesn't need to import new supplies to keep his lucrative operation going. A drug overdose victim puts Ness onto Sebastino's distribution chain but he is puzzled when the gangster stops selling the stuff. Unbeknown to Ness, the Commission, chaired by Joe Genna, has ordered Sebastino to stop selling drugs. Needless to say, 'Little' Charlie hatches his own plan to eliminate Genna and come out on top.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Will Kuluva ... Frank Genna

Conrad Janis ... Sticks

Eduardo Ciannelli ... Joe Genna

Henry Silva ... Little Charlie Sebastino

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Paula Raymond ... Sylvia Genna

Joyce Taylor ... Singer

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi
Wolfe Barzell ... Salvatore Sebastino
Vic Perrin ... Robert Riordan

Gilman Rankin ... Rawlins
Carol Eve Rossen ... Carol Royce (as Carol Rossen)

Jason Wingreen ... Turner

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Leon Alton ... Race Spectator (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ... Party Guest (uncredited)
George Ford ... Race Spectator (uncredited)

Michael Jeffers ... Pallbearer (uncredited)
Ethelreda Leopold ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Outraged Citizen (uncredited)
Victor Romito ... Party Guest (uncredited)
K.L. Smith ... 'Puffy' Ocell (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: A Seat on the Fence

24 November 1960
Narcotics smuggler Dino Patrone returns to the United States after visiting the old country for several months. He brings his younger sister Carla with him as she plans on studying in the U.S. Little does Dino know that his boss Victor Bardo has ordered his best friend Willie Asher to kill him. Traveling on the train to Chicago, Dino meets an acquaintance, print and radio journalist Loren Hall. Dino soon meets his end and it falls to Hall, who reluctantly agrees to work with Eliot Ness, to help Carla Patrone after she is kidnapped by the mobsters.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness
Joseph Anthony ... Victor Bardo
Gene Lyons ... Willie Asher

Frank Silvera ... Dino Patrone

John McIntire ... Loren Hall

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Val Avery ... Frank Salinas

Arlene Martel ... Carla Patrone (as Arlene Sax)

John Anderson ... George McPhail

Len Lesser ... Gunther

Olan Soule ... Dr. Amos Hallet
Dan Barton ... Mickey

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Fred Aldrich ... Spectator at Fire (uncredited)
Cyril Delevanti ... News Vendor (uncredited)

Bill Erwin ... Pharmasist (uncredited)
Robert Griffin ... Doctor (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Counterman (uncredited)

Arthur Peterson ... Pharmasist Informing Bardo (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Station Employee (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Spectator at Fire (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: The Purple Gang

1 December 1960
The Purple Gang, led by Eddie Fletcher, specialize in small-time kidnapping focusing on minor mobster that can fetch them a few thousand dollars in a short period of time. They may have bitten off than they can chew when they grab Jan Tornek. He is ostensibly an antique shop owner in business with his brother-in-law Eric Vajda. In fact, he's a messenger for the Capone mob, regularly collecting shipments of narcotics. Ness had been observing Tornek for some time and when he misses picking up a drug delivery, he's soon on to Mrs. Tornek who has already received the ransom demand. She works with Ness but Fletcher is soon on to them and they nab her brother, Eric Vajda. The case gets complicated when Capone's top enforcer, Frank Nitti, starts to negotiate for Vajda's release.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Werner Klemperer ... Jan Tornek
Ilka Windish ... Marta Tornek

Steve Cochran ... Eddie Fletcher

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Steven Geray ... Eric Vajda

Paul Lambert ... Silkie De Long

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman
Rayford Barnes ... Edward Wiles

James Flavin ... Rocky Garver
John Zaccaro ... Andrews

Joe Turkel ... Loman
Arthur Kendall ... Machine Gun Machen

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Harvey B. Dunn ... Apartment Superintendent (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Doctor (uncredited)
Carl Milletaire ... Nick Tomassi (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Gangster With Nitti (uncredited)
Dan Sheridan ... Martin Unger (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Kiss of Death Girl

8 December 1960
Having had three boyfriends killed in the last 18 months, Francie West has earned her nickname, the kiss of death girl. She is a blackjack dealer in Phil Corbin's speakeasy and has been dating a minor mobster in Lou Scalese organization named Whitey Barrows. Corbin has plans to move into the big time and with Whitey's help, hijacks four truckloads of liquor belonging to Scalese. Corbin kills Whitey when the job is done and Eliot Ness tries to get Francie to help him out on the case. She's not too keen, initially refusing to accept that her latest boyfriend is dead. When she realizes that Corbin was involved and that her own life is in danger, she reconsiders.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Mickey Shaughnessy ... Henny Combs

Robert H. Harris ... Phil Corbin
David J. Stewart ... Lou Scalese

Jan Sterling ... Francie McKay

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson
John Conte ... Vito

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi
Lester Miller ... Alex
Joe Ferrante ... Beaker (as Joseph Ferrante)

Celia Lovsky ... Mrs. Borsatch

Baruch Lumet ... Mr. Borsatch

Wesley Lau ... Whitey Barrows

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Bud Cokes ... Driver (uncredited)

Duke Fishman ... Corbin Gangster (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ... Police Officer (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... Baseball Game Spectator (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Gambler (uncredited)

Jess Kirkpatrick ... Policeman (uncredited)
John Roy ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Jack Stoney ... Corbin Gangster (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Theatre Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Larry Fay Story

15 December 1960
When mobster Larry Fay gets control of the dairy industry, the price goes up and the city is in an uproar. Milk normally sells for 10 cents a quart but has risen to 13 cents with 2 cents going directly into 's Fay's pocket. A commission of inquiry is set up to investigate the matter but Fay only cares about his profit and to the chagrin of at least one of his partners, pushes the price of milk ever higher. Fay owns a nightclub with partner Sally Kansas who isn't aware of Fay's illegal activities. Her much adored younger brother Tommy does and when Fay kills him, Eliot Ness sees an opening to enlist Sally's help in bringing Fay down.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Sam Levene ... Larry Fay

Larry Gates ... Carl D. Arnold

Robert Emhardt ... Fred Stegler

June Havoc ... Sally Kansas

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Tommy Cook ... Tommy Kansas

Allen Jaffe ... Frankie
Jay Adler ... Sammy Archer
Francis De Sales ... D.A. Roger Hayden

Robert Karnes ... Wayne Owens

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Fred Aldrich ... Club Patron / Party Guest (uncredited)
Paul Bradley ... Club Patron / Party Guest (uncredited)

Paul Bryar ... Police Capt. Reardon (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Club Patron / Party Guest (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Club Patron / Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: The Otto Frick Story

22 December 1960
Otto Frick is a drug dealer with a traveling group of distributors. Ness and his men trace his supply chain to a book shop whose owner regularly visits the German Consulate in New York. Ness soon realizes that the Nazis are supplying Frick and that one of its agents, Walter Messlinger, is the point of contact. What Ness doesn't yet realize is that Messlinger wants Frick's experience as a hood to start using Nazi strong-arm tactics against local citizens. He also enlists Frick's right-hand man, Hans Eberhardt, to set up a protection racket against Jewish shopkeepers. When Ness intercepts one of the German drug shipments, Frick starts putting pressure on his German contact and it all comes to a head on the night of big German-American Bund rally at Madison Square Gardens.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Francis Lederer ... Walter Messlinger

Richard Jaeckel ... Hans Eberhardt

Jack Warden ... Otto Frick

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Erika Peters ... Hedda Messlinger

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Stacy Harris ... Capt. Reardon
Fred Nurney ... Felix Boll

John Wengraf ... Manning Loder

Willis Bouchey ... Nathaniel Emmons
Joseph Mell ... Herschel Levitan
Molly Roden ... Elaine Levitan

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Gene Coogan ... Carnival Patron (uncredited)

Joseph Crehan ... Boll's Lawyer (uncredited)

Roy Jenson ... Bruiser (uncredited)
S. John Launer ... Nazi Speaker at Rally (uncredited)
Gil Perkins ... Irwin Spector (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Nazi Bunde Messenger (uncredited)
Frank J. Scannell ... Carnival Barker (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Carnival Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: The Tommy Karpeles Story

29 December 1960
Following the Hillsdale Express train robbery in which a million dollars was stolen and a mail clerk was killed, 'Tough' Tommy Karpeles is convicted and sentenced to life in prison. Eliot Ness has been tasked by the Post Office to recover the missing million and he begins to think that Karpeles may be innocent. Information from a dying hood puts him on the trail of Karpeles' former associate Arnie 'The Wolf' Mendoza, now a supposedly reformed cinema owner living under the name of Albert Maris. When Mendoza kidnaps Karpeles' daughter Sally to keep her from talking, Tommy decides to help Ness and rescue his daughter.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Harold J. Stone ... Tommy Karpeles

Murray Hamilton ... George Varsey

Madlyn Rhue ... Sally Karpeles

Joseph Wiseman ... Albert Maris

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi
Joseph Julian ... Fritz Herrling
Leo Penn ... Milton Tannenbaum

Vladimir Sokoloff ... Stanley Tannenbaum
Gage Clarke ... Oscar Termin
Herman Rudin ... Mace
William Newell ... Rawlins

Vic Morrow ... Collier

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Leonard Bremen ... Jack - Projectionist (uncredited)

Joseph Crehan ... Judge (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Detective (uncredited)

Robert Stevenson ... Phillip McAllen (uncredited)

Glenn Strange ... Prison Warden (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: The Big Train: Part 1

5 January 1961
When Al Capone is convicted of tax evasion, he's sentenced to 11 years and sent to the federal penitentiary in Atlanta. Capone's farewell is something normally reserved for more honest citizens leading Eliot Ness to go to Washington and propose the construction of Alcatraz prison. In Atlanta, Capone has a pretty good thing going, including guards who make life pretty easy for him in exchange for cash. When it becomes apparent that he too will be transferred to the new prison, Capone uses a cell mate's knowledge of the railroad route to plan his escape. In Chicago meanwhile, Ness becomes aware that the Capone empire is converting assets into cash and he and his team set out to find out why.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Neville Brand ... Al Capone

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Robert F. Simon ... Cummings

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Richard Carlyle ... Everett Lafferty
Lalo Rios ... Tony Diaz
Lewis Charles ... Joe Giambatista

Gavin MacLeod ... Three-Fingered Jack White

Russ Conway ... Warden Hubbard
Paul Bruce ... Levine
Frank London ... Benny Marcus

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Richard Bakalyan ... Prisoner (uncredited)

John L. Cason ... Left-Handed Gunman Shooting Marcus (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Man Making Train Schedule (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Man Making Train Schedule (uncredited)

John Hoyt ... Capone Lawyer (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Congressman Kerry (uncredited)

Ted Knight ... Congressman Oliver (uncredited)

George N. Neise ... Archie Devlon (uncredited)

Gregg Palmer ... Paul Di Marco (uncredited)

Keith Richards ... Committee Chairman (uncredited)

Bartlett Robinson ... Federal Judge James H. Wilkerson (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Prisoner Getting Aboard Train (uncredited)
Russell Thorson ... Ferguson (uncredited)
Bob Whitney ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Frank Wilcox ... Beecher Asbury (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: The Big Train: Part 2

12 January 1961
Having managed to secretly inform his men of the departure date of the train carrying him to Alcatraz, Al Capone continues to work om his escape. The plan is to free Capone when the train stops for 5 minutes in the northern California community of Cloverville. Capone's men arrive the day before the snatch and basically take over the town at gunpoint. Ness and his men are soon on to them however and manage to enter the town. Needless to say, Capone ends up in Alcatraz.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

James Westerfield ... Eric Holvig

Neville Brand ... Al Capone

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Paul Bruce ... Levine

Richard Carlyle ... Everett Lafferty

John L. Cason ... Left-handed gunman shooting Marcus (archive footage)
Lewis Charles ... Joe Giambatista

Russ Conway ... Warden Hubbard

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Eddie Firestone ... Fred Noonan

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti (archive footage)
Frank London ... Benny Marcus (archive footage)

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Gavin MacLeod ... Three-Fingered Jack White

George N. Neise ... Archie Devon (archive footage)

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson
Lalo Rios ... Tony Diaz

William Schallert ... Edward Garth

William Challee ... Jed Ryan - Stationmaster (uncredited)
Woody Chambliss ... Burt - Telegrapher (uncredited)

Robert Foulk ... Sheriff (uncredited)

Ron Hagerthy ... 'Handsome' Johnny Rollins (uncredited)
Pete Kellett ... Guard (uncredited)

Charles Lane ... Alcatraz Official (uncredited)
Mack Williams ... Doctor (uncredited)

Ben Wright ... Seth Gordon aka Victor Green (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: The Masterpiece

19 January 1961
When Al Capone is imprisoned for tax evasion, he leaves his operation in the hands of two of his lieutenants: Mayer Wartel is responsible for the speakeasies and Carl Positan is left in charge of the breweries. Wartel however soon ensures that he is left as the only one in charge and is soon dubbed Capone's heir apparent. He's a severe hypochondriac and a chronic worrier so when he takes a dislike to the newspaper articles about him, he personally gets rid of the editor. Wartel had his gun made from scratch and of unique lightweight materials which results in Ness being able to track down the gunsmith and keep him under surveillance. When worrier Wartel gets wind of Ness' interest, he hires contract killer Harry Strauss to get rid of him. The fact that his target is under constant watch only adds to thrill of the kill.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Robert Middleton ... Mayer Wartel

George Voskovec ... Herman Kihn

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Rip Torn ... Harry Strauss

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Joseph Ruskin ... Happy Levinsky

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi
Harry Shannon ... Michael Shaw

Addison Richards ... William Adcock
Alexander Lockwood ... Hinds

Jason Wingreen ... Capt. Dorset

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
David Bond ... Medic in Ambulance (uncredited)

Steve Carruthers ... Theatre Audience Member (uncredited)
George Ford ... Gangster Shooting in Lobby (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Theatre Audience Member (uncredited)

Jimmy Lydon ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)

Harold Miller ... Theatre Audience Member (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Theatre Audience Member (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Waiter (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Dancer at Celebration (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Gangster Shooting in Lobby (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: The Organization

26 January 1961
With the imprisonment of Al Capone for tax evasion, Frank Nitti has taken over the operation of the organization but that isn't stopping others from trying to muscle their way in. Arnie Seeger in particular thinks he has the opportunity to create a national crime syndicate and partners with St. Louis mobster Joe Kulak to make it happen. They plan on inviting key mobsters from across the country to a conference in Chicago. Into this mix comes a recently released small-time criminal, Maxie Schram. His wife Roxie now lives with Seeger and Maxie tries to hit her up for money. Down and out, he has no choice but to turn to Eliot Ness as an informant after his wife refuses to help him. It is Maxie that puts Ness and his men on Seeger's trail. When Kulak kills a policeman who had wiretapped the site of the syndicate conference, theirs is now a murder investigation as well.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Richard Conte ... Arnie Seeger

Susan Oliver ... Rose 'Roxie' Plummer
Milton Selzer ... Maxie Schram

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Joe Kulak (as Oscar Beregi)

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson
Richard Karlan ... Danny Kurtz

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi
Thom Carney ... Dutch

Grant Richards ... Jerry Tomack
John Harmon ... Arno Schwager
Russ Bender ... George Cooper
Robert Beecher ... Boomer

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
John Barton ... Derelict (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Driver (uncredited)
Paul Cristo ... Mobster (uncredited)
Cyril Delevanti ... Flophouse Manager (uncredited)

James Dime ... Man at Accident Scene (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Ice House Watchman (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Man at Accident Scene (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: The Jamaica Ginger Story

2 February 1961
Kansas City boss Torrez runs a lucrative trade in deadly "Jamaica Ginger". When rivals try to move in on his operation, Torrez hires hit-men, but complications arise when one of the killers falls in love.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Michael Ansara ... Rafael Torrez

James Coburn ... Dennis Garrity

Alfred Ryder ... Jerry LaCava

Brian Keith ... Jim Martinson

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson
June Dayton ... Louise Rainey

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi
Jean Inness ... Judith Foster

Harry Holcombe ... Police Capt. Roberts (as Harry Holcombe Jr.)
Clegg Hoyt ... Larry

Hank Patterson ... Wilkerson

Byron Morrow ... Police Capt. Williamson

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Owen Cunningham ... Claude S. Winninger (uncredited)
Jamie Forster ... Old Man in Hotel (uncredited)
Eddie Foster ... Pool Hall Proprietor (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Cook (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Willie Marsden - Derelict (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Pool Player (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Augie 'The Banker' Ciamino

9 February 1961
Augie 'The Banker' Ciamino is a bootlegger who seems to have developed an almost foolproof way of manufacturing his liquor. He has equipped over a hundred immigrant homes with small stills to actually make the stuff and a unique way of collecting the product. Not everyone in the immigrant community is participating in the illegal liquor-making operation and Eliot Ness visits a night class where adults learn English. His visit is followed by Ciamino's thugs who give the teacher a beating in front of his students. When shopkeeper Renzo Raineri intervenes, he learns that his son, a bookkeeper, is part of Ciamino's organization. Once Ness at his men learn how Ciamino collects the liquor, they try to catch him with goods but through intimidation and murder, the mobster proves to be elusive.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Will Kuluva ... Renzo Raineri

Lee Philips ... Paul Raineri

Sam Jaffe ... Luigi Valcone

Keenan Wynn ... Augie 'The Banker' Ciamino

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Harry Dean Stanton ... Picolo (as Dean Stanton)
Rebecca Welles ... Rose Raineri
Bernard Kates ... Mr. Lee

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi
Bernard Fein ... Richie

Roscoe Ates ... Drunk
Andrea Darvi ... Theresa Raineri (as Andrea Margolis)
Jack Tesler ... Gio
Penny Santon ... Gio's Wife

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Ray Beltram ... Shop Owner (uncredited)
Barry Brooks ... Doctor in Hospital (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks ... Policeman (uncredited)
Kay Koury ... Student (uncredited)

Scotty Morrow ... Tony Jr. (uncredited)

Charles Morton ... Man Stumbling into Ambulance (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Doctor (uncredited)
Mario Siletti ... Restaurant Owner (uncredited)
Charles Wagenheim ... Shop Owner (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: The Underground Court

16 February 1961
Mobster Valentine Ferrar thinks he has the perfect way to steal $500,000 of the syndicate's money. When a passenger liner returning from Cuba catches fire off the New Jersey coast, he fakes his death and sends his underling to the Underground Court, the mob's court of law, to tell them he drowned. They are soon on his trail however so when he meets up with a kooky widow, Hannah Wagnall, they set off on what she calls a second honeymoon. What he doesn't realize is that Wagnall has her own plans and that she's gone on these second honeymoons before. Ness and his men, with the help of State Police, track Valentine and Wagnall across several States as they too try to not only get the money but hopefully find out where the Underground Court meets.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Richard Devon ... Valentine Ferrar

Frank DeKova ... Judge Foley (as Frank de Kova)

Joan Blondell ... Hannah 'Lucy' Wagnall

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Eddie Firestone ... Ernie Berrigan

Barry Russo ... Bo Narrins (as John Duke)

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman
Vic Perrin ... Inky Beggs
Arthur Kendall ... Pedro Palmas

William Fawcett ... Cooley

Steve Conte ... First Hood

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Phil Schumacher ... Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock ... Crime Scene Photographer (uncredited)
Paul Sorensen ... Counterman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: The Nick Moses Story

23 February 1961
When gangster Nick Moses and another Chicago mobster threaten to go to war after Moses poaches customers in the other's territory, Frank Nitti - now the top mobster in Chicago after the recent incarceration of Al Capone for tax evasion - tells them to settle things amicably, or else. Moses pretends to make amends but actually arranges a hit on his rival, one that also leads to a young newspaper boy being shot. When Nitti tells him he's a dead man, Moses tries to make one last deal - in return for sparing his life, he will make sure Eliot Ness is killed. Nitti accepts the proposition and gives him six days to get the job done.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Michael Constantine ... Gino Carabello
Joe De Santis ... Louis Latito

Harry Guardino ... Nick Moses

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Richard Bakalyan ... Monk

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Peter Mamakos ... Sully
Herman Rudin ... Rosie
Dan Seymour ... Jake Kurowski
Jack Reitzen ... Vinnie Orcell
Rick Marcelli ... Tommy Carabello (as Riki Marcelli)

Frank Wilcox ... Beecher Asbury
Jason Johnson ... Waiter

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Baynes Barron ... Greco - Nitti Gangster (uncredited)

Robert Bice ... Police Capt. Hale Johnson (uncredited)

Reed Howes ... Policeman at Raid (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Barney - Nitti Gangster (uncredited)
Paul Weber ... Elevator Operator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: The Antidote

9 March 1961
For years the Federal government has been trying to find a way to chemically de-nature industrial alcohol, but the mob has always found a way to re-nature the substance. In Chicago, the chief supplier of alcohol to the mob is Wally Baltzer who employs a crew of chemists to ensure a smooth flow of the product. The latest government formula is proving hard to crack and one of Baltzer's chemists, the physically disabled Russell Shield, sees an opportunity to make a name and a small fortune for himself. When his colleague develops the right chemical formula, Shield decides to kill him and blackmail Baltzer and Frank Nitti.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Telly Savalas ... Wally Baltzer

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Joseph Wiseman ... Russell Shield

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Gale Robbins ... Lorna Willis

Jeff Corey ... Max Frimmel

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

John Mitchum ... Freddie

Ben Wright ... Jacques Villon

Jason Wingreen ... Police Capt. Dorset
Lorna Thayer ... Landlady

Byron Morrow ... Speaker

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Baynes Barron ... Nitti Hood (uncredited)
Dick Cherney ... Agent at Briefing (uncredited)
Edward Colmans ... Spanish Chemist (uncredited)
Eddie Hice ... Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)
Anthony Redondo ... Agent at Briefing (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Bartender (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Gangster in Nitti's Office (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: The Lily Dallas Story

16 March 1961
Lily Dallas is a highly intelligent ex-con who has a history of committing bank robberies. This time she and her husband George 'Blackie' Dallas, who is known for his deft use of a Tommy gun, kidnap a well known and very rich businessman Thomas B. Randall and demand $300,000 ransom. Mrs. Randall follows their instructions and doesn't contact the police until after she has paid the ransom so Ness puts out a rumor that all of the bills have been marked. Blackie however is beginning to chafe under Lily's orders, all the more so as she is having an affair with a member of her crew, Marty Stoke. With the ransom money now unmovable, they go back to robbing banks.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Norma Crane ... Lily Dallas

Linda Watkins ... Mrs. Murphy

Ed Nelson ... Marty Stoke

Larry Parks ... George 'Blackie' Dallas

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Dabbs Greer ... Thomas B. Randall

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman
Joe Lo Presti ... Pete Appleby
Gregg Martell ... Jiggs
Judy Strangis ... Arlene

June Vincent ... Mrs. Randall
Vici Raaf ... Margie

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
James Chandler ... Handwriting Expert (uncredited)

Joseph Crehan ... Passerby (uncredited)

Danielle De Metz ... Danielle (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Party Guest at Randall Estate (uncredited)
Bess Flowers ... Party Guest at Randall Estate (uncredited)
Joseph Hamilton ... Toy Shop Clerk (uncredited)

Forbes Murray ... Banker (uncredited)

Barbara Parkins ... Girl (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: Murder Under Glass

23 March 1961
With the election of Franklin Roosevelt and the end in sight for prohibition, Frank Nitti and the Chicago mob have been shifting from alcohol to narcotics as their primary source of income. When their supply dries up, Nitti travels to New Orleans to meet with their supplier, Emile Bouchard, whose original shipment of drugs was hijacked but is expecting another any day. Nitti warns him that there better not be any foul-ups with this shipment but it soon becomes clear that Bouchard has plans of his own and is out to get a percentage of the mob's total income. Eliot Ness and his men are in New Orleans trying to break up the drug pipeline.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti
Carl Milletaire ... Pete Konitz

Dennis Patrick ... Gil Haller

Luther Adler ... Emile Bouchard

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Paul Birch ... Police Lt. Willard

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi
Craig Duncan ... Gordo
James Thayne ... Monte

Francis McDonald ... Sully MacGuyver (as Francis J. MacDonald)
Evelyn Scott ... Mrs. Davis
Eugene Iglesias ... Mendez
Richard Reeves ... Hugger Davis
George Werier ... Hugo

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Police Officer at Parade (uncredited)

Norman Leavitt ... Customs Records Clerk (uncredited)
Joseph V. Perry ... Junkie (uncredited)

Franklin D. Roosevelt ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

George Selk ... Elevator Operator (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Police Officer at Parade (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Maitre D' (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: Testimony of Evil

30 March 1961
Eliot Ness and the Untouchables are out to convict political boss Brian O'Malley and have two witnesses who will testify that he ordered a murder. O'Malley is an old-time politico who never seeks office himself but controls almost every party official that does. Ness' witnesses are living in a hotel under constant police protection but that doesn't stop O'Malley who manages to use a corrupt cop to kill one of them, George Davas. Ness' only remaining option is to find Davas' girlfriend, Julie Duvall, who he learns was also a witness to O'Malley orders. Time is of the essence for the Feds as mobsters for O'Malley are also on hot on her trail.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Fay Spain ... Julie Duvall

Jack Elam ... Stan Wilinski

John Marley ... Henry 'Hennie' Weiser

David Brian ... Brian O'Malley

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Johnny Seven ... George Davas

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow (credit only)

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi
Robert Brubaker ... Det. Thomas Drexel
K.L. Smith ... Murphy

Robert Cornthwaite ... Mr. Wendell

Ross Elliott ... David Mantley

Paul Genge ... Deputy Police Chief Artie Bryson

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Steve Carruthers ... Man Listening to Speech (uncredited)
Tom Fadden ... Sweet Shop Man (uncredited)

Reed Howes ... Police Capt. Reardon (uncredited)
Warren Parker ... Mr. Dunn (uncredited)

Michael Parks ... Tommy--Elevator Operator (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
William Tannen ... Policeman Richter (uncredited)

John Zaremba ... Federal Agent (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: Ring of Terror

13 April 1961
When boxer Joey McGrath dies in the ring, the medical examiner reports no special circumstances and the Press put it down to a tragic accident. A lab technician in the ME's office informs Eliot Ness that the medical report was fixed and McGrath had a high level of morphine in his blood, suggesting he had been drugged before the bout. McGrath's manager Barney Jarreau is a straight arrow who wasn't involved in the fix but with the McGrath incident about to be reviewed, numbers racketeer Rudy Krasna decides to force Jarreau's hand to fix an upcoming championship fight. Ness pressures Jarreau to help them out but he is reluctant to do so in order to protect his wife.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Harold J. Stone ... Barney Jarreau

John Crawford ... Johnny Acropolis
Richard Karlan ... Rudy Krasna

Viveca Lindfors ... Mrs. Jarreau

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Vaughn Taylor ... Dr. William Voyt

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman
Sheldon Allman ... Hymie Krugman
John Daheim ... Rocky Pearson (as John Day)

Frank Wilcox ... Beecher Asbury

Howard Caine ... Blinky Rodriguez

Walter Burke ... Herbie Snow

Russell Collins ... Mr. Peabody
George Garver ... Magrath

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Bill Baldwin ... Radio Announcer (uncredited)
George Bruggeman ... Police Officer (uncredited)
James J. Casino ... Cornerman (uncredited)
George Conrad ... Counterman (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)

Duke Fishman ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)

John George ... Reporter at Hearing (uncredited)
Bobby Gilbert ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
Robert Haines ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Reporter at Hearing (uncredited)
Michael Hinn ... Bailiff at Hearing (uncredited)

Michael Jeffers ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Ringside Photographer (uncredited)
Lou Krugman ... Henchman (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
S. John Launer ... Commissioner (uncredited)
William Meader ... Reporter (uncredited)
Mike Morelli ... Reporter at Hearing (uncredited)

William H. O'Brien ... Reporter at Hearing (uncredited)
Charles Perry ... Cornerman (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Federal Agent (uncredited)

Olan Soule ... Smitty (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Hearing Committee Member (uncredited)
Frankie Van ... Referee (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Cornerman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: Mr. Moon

20 April 1961
Melanthos Moon is a San Francisco art and antique dealer who manages to hijack a large supply of the special paper used to print U.S. Currency. He then arranges to spring from Leavenworth prison master counterfeiter Hans Dreiser to engrave the plates to produce the money. Eliot Ness and the Untouchables are soon on to him having followed Moon's henchman Benny Joplin back to his Oakland, California home. With the phony money available, Moon then approaches Chicago mobster Frank Nitti with an offer of $100 million split 50/50 with Nitti distributing the cash. Ness and his men are out to get one of the nearly perfect bills to get the serial number and stop the distribution of the cash before it starts.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Victor Buono ... Melanthos Moon

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Karl Swenson ... Hans Dreiser

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson
Ellen Madison ... Millie Joplin
Robert Osterloh ... Benny Joplin

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Russ Conway ... Brookson
Tommy Nello ... Paddy
Stewart Bradley ... Monk

Byron Morrow ... S.S. Chief

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Bill Baldwin ... Box Office Agent (uncredited)
Fred Coby ... Nitti Gangster (uncredited)

Gene Coogan ... Gang Member Robbing Truck (uncredited)

Jimmie Horan ... Morgue Attendant (uncredited)

Charles Morton ... Nitti Gangster (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Gang Member Robbing Truck (uncredited)
Robert R. Stephenson ... Armored Car Driver (uncredited)
Mack Williams ... Mr. Pearson (uncredited)

Carleton Young ... Mr. Levell (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: Death for Sale

27 April 1961
Johnny Lubin has been on the make since he was a young kid. He quit school after grade 3 and by the age of 13 was paying off his truant officer $75 a week to leave him alone. Now 20, he own a string of speakeasies on the waterfront, including opium dens. He soon hooks up with George Dodd a toy manufacturer whose real name is Phil Melnick and is a supposedly reformed mobster. He has $2 million worth of opium to distribute and Lubin thinks he has just the way to get it into the hands of distributors. Lubin's arrogance however pushes him into a deadly game of cat and mouse with Eliot Ness and his men.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Ned Glass ... Art Rele
Carole Eastman ... Sondra Wiley
Lou Polan ... Phil Melnick aka George Dodd

James MacArthur ... Johnny Lubin

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Mario Gallo ... Chester
Jon Lormer ... Clary

Michael Fox ... Bradley
Neil Rosso ... Ed Getty

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti (archive footage)
Nick Borgani ... Barfly (uncredited)
Leonard Bremen ... Doorman (uncredited)

Duke Fishman ... Waiter (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 27: Stranglehold

4 May 1961
Eliot Ness sets out to bring down Frank Makouris, who controls New York's Fulton Fish Market by intimidation and murder and who is responsible for the price of fish going up nearly 50%. Frank's boss, gangster Joe Kulak, tells Frank to lay low until Ness leaves, but Frank ramps up his terrorizing of the market, until Kulak is forced to throw a low-ranking hood to the feds as a sacrificial lamb in order to take the heat off himself. Unfortunately, it doesn't work out as planned.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness
Phillip Pine ... Lennie Shore

Kevin Hagen ... Swede Kelso

Ricardo Montalban ... Frank Makouris

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Trevor Bardette ... McGonigle

Robert J. Wilke ... Dutch Schultz

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Joe Kulak (as Oscar Beregi)
Burt Miller ... Henry Matson
Adrienne Marden ... Mrs. McGonigle
Gene Roth ... Louis 'Lepke' Buchalter

Frank Puglia ... Carlo Feruzzi

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
George Ford ... Mobster (uncredited)
Kam Tong ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 28: The Nero Rankin Story

11 May 1961
Although Eliot Ness and the Untouchables managed to destroy the Underground Court, they have yet to make a dent against the Syndicate, which has re-grouped and continues to operate. They elect Nero Rankin to chair the national board of the syndicate, but the choice wasn't unanimous. He's also in poor health and that leads Sylvia Orkins, who loves Rankin and is convinced he will die or be killed, to approach Eliot Ness to do something, anything, to get him out of his new job. Rankin knows he has only about a year to live and that he's an unpopular chairman so he offers Ness a deal: lay off the Syndicate for the year and when he's dead, he'll provide Ness with the Syndicate's books. When Ness turns him down, Rankin decides that there's only one option: fight back.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Will Kuluva ... Nero Rankin

John Dehner ... Huey Barker

Joanna Moore ... Althea

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Barry Kelley ... Pat Polofski

Jean Carson ... Sylvia Orkins
Richard Karlan ... Maurie Brigger

Barry Russo ... Lefty Southern (as John Duke)

Murvyn Vye ... Lou Hyndorf
Brook Byron ... Madame Amy

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Bill Baldwin ... Radio Announcer (uncredited)
Wolfe Barzell ... Lefty's Uncle (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks ... Syndicate Head (uncredited)
Dick Cherney ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Gene Coogan ... Triggerman (uncredited)
William Meader ... Reporter (uncredited)

Byron Morrow ... Hartley Lester (uncredited)

William H. O'Brien ... Syndicate Head (uncredited)
Guy Raymond ... Injured Bystander (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Detective (uncredited)
Dan Seymour ... Cy Brenner (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Doctor (uncredited)
Ernestine Wade ... Maid (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 29: The Seventh Vote

18 May 1961
After Al Capone is imprisoned for tax evasion, he leaves his Chicago operation in the hands of a governing council. There are two factions however, one headed by Frank Nitti and the other by Jake 'Greasy Thumb' Guzik, and they can't agree on anything. To resolve the deadlock, Capone asks his mentor, known only as Kafka, to return to the U.S.A. and take over the management of his organization. Kafka was deported 11 years previously and now lives in the Orient and Nitti and Guzik hire Alexander Stavro to ensure that Kafka entry is uneventful. Eliot Ness and the Untouchables work with the RCMP to ensure Kafka is prevented from crossing into the U.S.A.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Joseph Ruskin ... Alexander Stavro

Nehemiah Persoff ... Jake 'Greasy Thumb' Guzik

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

George N. Neise ... Archie Devlin

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Howard Caine ... Edwin Ballin
Richard Reeves ... Levinsky
Baynes Barron ... Muller

Allen Jaffe ... Gregory

Robert Cornthwaite ... Inspector Jim Goodrich

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Paul Bradley ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
John Close ... Border Guard (uncredited)

Howard Culver ... Joe (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Arnold Roberts ... Train Passenger (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Gangster (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
Charles Seel ... Baggage Car Clerk (uncredited)

Norman Willis ... Greco (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 30: The King of Champagne

25 May 1961
After Federal Agents destroy a large shipment of champagne there a void in the market. Bottle manufacturer Edmund Wald decides that perhaps the time has come to start filling the bottles he sells. He teams with a bootleg liquor distributor, Michel Viton, who has the contacts to sell the stuff to. He also gets his cheapskate uncle Barney Loomis, a legitimate restaurant owner, involved by getting him to lend him the up-front money he needs to the the illicit liquor operation underway. Wald is taking all the risk however with both Viton and Loomis making sure their own interests are protected. Wald has his own plans however.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Robert Middleton ... Barney Loomis

Michael Constantine ... Edmund Wald

Barry Morse ... Michel Viton

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

George Kennedy ... Birdie

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Jason Wingreen ... Police Capt. Dorset

Grant Richards ... Harry Brooks

Ben Wright ... John Wellin
Jack Anthony ... Louie Monk
Jean Harvey ... Mrs. Loomis

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Robert Anderson ... Warehouseman (uncredited)

John Cliff ... Warehouseman (uncredited)
Cyril Delevanti ... Museum Night Watchman (uncredited)

Duke Fishman ... Newpaper Vendor (uncredited)
Bobby Gilbert ... Waiter (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Waiter (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Passerby (uncredited)
Chalky Williams ... Bottler (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 31: The Nick Acropolis Story

1 June 1961
Nick Acropolis has created a vast network of bookies and is the king of the numbers racket in the greater Chicago area. His problems start when he discovers that Louis Manzak, his wife's brother and the manager of one his betting parlors, has skimmed $200,000 of the proceeds. Were it not for the family relationship, Nick would have had him killed but rather he gives Louis 48 hours to come with $50,000 as a down payment on what he owes. His sister lends him half of that amount but his attempt to borrow the rest from someone else leads to disaster. The dispute also brings Acropolis into a dispute with Frank Nitti while Nick's enforcer, Frankie Fershman, decides the time has come for him to move up in the organization.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Constance Ford ... Stella Acropolis

Johnny Seven ... Frankie Fershman

Lee Marvin ... Nick Acropolis

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman
Carl Milletaire ... Pete Konitz

Leonard Stone ... Louis Manzak
Michael Granger ... Sully Hinds
C. Lindsay Workman ... Harry Krafton (as Lindsay Workman)
Arthur Kendall ... Monk

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Robert Bice ... Police Capt. Hale Johnson (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ... Gangster (uncredited)
Paul Bradley ... Banker (uncredited)
Owen Cunningham ... Men's Shop Manager (uncredited)
Francis De Sales ... Investigator (uncredited)

Chuck Hamilton ... Barber (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Barber (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 32: 90-Proof Dame

8 June 1961
Nate Kester is a burlesque theatre operator who decides to branch out into the lucrative brandy business. He is producing his own brandy, of very poor quality, and using a fancy French label to try and pass it off as de Bouverais cognac. He realizes that if his scheme is to work, he will have to ensure that the real stuff is unavailable for comparison to the rot gut he will be marketing. He manages to destroy the principal supplier of the real stuff but Etienne de Bouverais himself comes to Chicago to put a new wholesaler in place. When he kills off de Bouverais he finds he has a formidable foe in the form of Madame de Bouverais, the former Marcie McKuen, at one time a dancer in his theatre. Eliot Ness tries to convince her to cooperate with the Feds to bring Kester down but she has her own plans to get even her former employer.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Joanna Barnes ... Marquise de Bouverais / Marcie McKuen

Steven Geray ... Etienne de Bouverais

Steve Cochran ... Nate Kester

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Warren Stevens ... Alex Brosak
Gilbert Green ... Henry Bogar

Harry Dean Stanton ... Moxie (as Dean Stanton)

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Norman Burton ... Wally Dagan

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
William Meader ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Janitor (uncredited)

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: The Troubleshooter

12 October 1961
A new 5 and 10 cent game using punch boards has become very popular and lucrative for the syndicate that controls it. With Eliot Ness and the Untouchables targeting them, receipts are down so they decide to accept New York hood Nate Selko's plan to deal with Ness. Selko's offer of a bribe is rejected by Ness out of hand so he goes to plan B: set Ness up to shoot a man who is apparently unarmed. Ness knows he was fired at first but when no gun is found anywhere at the scene, it becomes front page news and he forced to defend himself both publicly and to the DA

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Murray Hamilton ... Harry Danigan

Ned Glass ... Max Riegel

Vincent Gardenia ... Jake Petrie

Peter Falk ... Nate Selko

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Steve London ... Jack Rossman
Michael Dana ... Al Deemers

Vladimir Sokoloff ... Sam

Frank Wilcox ... Beecher Asbury
Barnaby Hale ... Ned Beemis
John McLiam ... Rick Landy

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
John Bleifer ... Janitor (uncredited)

Gail Bonney ... Nurse (uncredited)

Paul Bryar ... Detroit Representative (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Barber (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Power Play

19 October 1961
With a public outcry over the level of gang violence in Chicago, the authorities appoint retired lawyer Willard Thornton to the new post of Crime Commissioner. What no one realizes is that he has formed a new syndicate bent on importing and distributing narcotics. When the new cartel's enforcer, Steve 'Country Boy' Parrish, is arrested by Eliot Ness he is soon out on bail thanks to bail bondsman Barney Lubin, a Thornton associate. Parrish knows that Thornton's style is to eliminate any possible risk to his reputation so he is soon on the lam, living in the back room of a country garage run by Emmy Sarver. She has her own ideas, primarily focused on keeping Parrish around. As both Ness and Thornton close in, Country Boy Parrish must face the wrath of a woman scorned.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Albert Salmi ... Steve 'Country Boy' Parrish
Mary Fickett ... Emmy Sarver

Carroll O'Connor ... Barney Lubin

Wendell Corey ... Willard Thornton

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Robert Bice ... Police Capt. Jim Johnson
Larry Breitman ... Joey Loomis

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Paul Genge ... Wally Jater

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson
Richard Reeves ... First Trucker

Bing Russell ... Officer Pete Garrett

Joseph Crehan ... Official Sitting at Board Table (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Tunnel of Horrors

26 October 1961
Acting on an anonymous tip, Eliot Ness and his men find themselves at a local carnival keeping an eye on an impending purchase of narcotics. The seller is Alexander Rader, a known drug dealer and the buyer is Arnold Justin on behalf of Frank Nitti. They are scheduled to meet in an electrical room accessible only through the tunnel of horrors tide. Justin is an ex-Chief of Detectives who was always honest when on the force but decided he was fed up putting his life on the line for minimal pay so he quit and now acts as a buyer for the mob. Unfortunately, he also realizes that the park is under police surveillance and refuses to go through with the buy. When the drugs disappear, Frank Nitti makes it quite clear that he expects Justin to deliver the goods, or else.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Martin Balsam ... Arnold Justin

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Don Gordon ... Johnny Selkirk

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Joseph Ruskin ... Alexander Raeder

Robert Bice ... Police Capt. Jim Johnson
Harry Bartell ... Dr. Eric M. Olsen

Barbara Pepper ... Landlady
Arny Freeman ... Weisman (as Arnold Freeman)

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Jim Boles ... Marty Mattern (uncredited)

James Dime ... Carnival Patron (uncredited)
Josip Elic ... Nitti Hood (uncredited)

Michael Jeffers ... Carnival Patron (uncredited)

Steve London ... Jack Rossman (uncredited)
James Nusser ... Drunk (uncredited)
Frank J. Scannell ... Carnival Barker (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Genna Brothers

2 November 1961
Within a few short years of their arrival in the USA, the 6 Genna brothers have firmly establish themselves in Chicago's criminal community. Established in Chicago's Little Italy, they provide the Capone empire with illicit liquor that they have produced through a network of home distilleries that may only produce one gallon a day each. They also smuggle illegal aliens into the country and hold the threat of returning them to the old country if they don't do what they're told. Eliot Ness and his men have been trying to break up the Gennas network, but it has proved difficult to do as they can only find a few bottles at a time. With the help of a respected member of the local community, Carlo Giovanni, they try to get more information about the illegal operations. When the youngest Genna brother takes an interest in Giovanni's daughter, Ness moves in leading to a showdown with the family members.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Marc Lawrence ... Mike Genna
Antony Carbone ... Angelo Genna

Frank Puglia ... Carlo Giovanni

Arlene Martel ... Stella Giovanni (as Arline Sax)

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow
Steve Gravers ... Tony Genna
Eugene Iglesias ... Emilio

Peter Coe ... Flipper

Grant Richards ... Frankie Resko
A.G. Vitanza ... Cooker
William Tannen ... Cop

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 5: The Matt Bass Scheme

9 November 1961
Matt Bass is an ex-con and a former member of Al Capone's criminal empire. In prison, a fellow con, engineer Jason Fiddler develops what he thinks is the perfect way to deliver illicit liquor to central Chicago. Once out of jail, Bass approaches his old friend Frank Nitti to sell the idea. Nitti has been hit hard lately by Eliot Ness and the Untouchables who have pretty well shut down most of his distilleries and the speakeasies are starting to close their doors. Nitti tries to solve the delivery problem himself but in the end, agrees to Bass and Fiddler's scheme. Ness is soon on to them however.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Telly Savalas ... Matt Bass

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti
Milton Selzer ... Jason Fiddler

Michael Constantine ... Seth Otis

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Steve London ... Jack Rossman
Joseph Bernard ... Solly Wilks
Toni Tucci ... Alma
John Harmon ... Phil Grier

Grant Richards ... Frankie Resko
Herman Rudin ... Bochek

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Baynes Barron ... Larry Rand (uncredited)

Gene Coogan ... Dancer at Club (uncredited)
Carl Milletaire ... Pete Konitz (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Mobster at Meeting (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Dancer at Club (uncredited)

Jason Wingreen ... Capt. Dorset (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Loophole

16 November 1961
Morton Halas is an aggressive and very successful defense attorney who will stop at nothing to get his clients off. Having successfully defended Big Mike Probich he finds himself working for Larry Coombs, another small-time mobster who has ambition to rise to the top. Coombs and his top enforcer Whitey Metz decide to knock off Probich and take over his network. They succeed but things don't go as smoothly as planned and Eliot Ness soon has an eye witness who can identify both of them. Halas has a flair for the dramatic and just as the verdict in the case is about to be announced, he arranges for someone to stand up in open court and announce, with murder weapon in hand, that he is the killer. Ness and the District Attorney know that the fix is in and find they have to rely on their own trickery if Halas, Coombs and Metz are to face justice.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Jack Klugman ... Morton Halas

Martin Landau ... Larry Coombs

Gavin MacLeod ... Whitey Metz

George Tobias ... Mikhail 'Red Mike' Probich

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Vaughn Taylor ... District Attorney Harker Wade

John Wengraf ... Gus Kleeber
Lorna Thayer ... Connie LaVerne
Wendell Holmes ... The Judge

Joe Turkel ... Gobo Karsh

Peter Brocco ... Pete Lavery
Alexander Lockwood ... Dr. Burley

Kaaren Verne ... Mrs. Schoenbrun--Landlady (as Karen Verne)
Alan Gilbert ... Walter Horn--Orderly
Larkin Ford ... Witness

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Fred Aldrich ... Dancer at Club (uncredited)

Howard Culver ... Charlie (uncredited)

Charles Morton ... Dancer at Club (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Jigsaw

23 November 1961
Frank Nitti has a major problem: someone in his organization is leaking information to Eliot Ness and the Untouchables. They've closed down several of his distilleries and several members of the organization are starting to question Nitti's leadership. He decides to seek out someone who use to work for Al Capone, Walter Trager known as the Leaker, who has a knack for finding and closing down leaks in the organization. Trager narrows the possible list of leakers down to two people: Nitti driver Marty Wilger and his own brother-in-law Harry Mailer, a local politician on Nitti's payroll. Nitti orders them both killed but doesn't realize that Trager is out to take over the entire organization. Trager's sister, now a widow, has her own plans as well.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

James Gregory ... Walter Trager

Cloris Leachman ... Mrs. Mailer née Billie Trager

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Alan Baxter ... Harry Mailer

Robert Bice ... Police Capt. Jim Johnson
Bernard Fein ... Marty Wilger (as Bernie Fein)
Paul Dubov ... Charlie Banion
Joseph V. Perry ... Cully Grice (as Joe Perry)
Harry Swoger ... Battler

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Eddie Foster ... Committee Member (uncredited)
Jim Hayward ... Hawk Feeney (uncredited)

Ralph Moody ... Landlord (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Committee Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Man Killer

7 December 1961
Eliot Ness and his men are having success shutting down the narcotics trade in Chicago thanks to a series of anonymous telephone tips. Ness manages to trace the call to a phone booth and identify the caller as Nick Dulov, owner of the Windy City cab company. Dulov has stolen Nitti's 15 kilo shipment of heroin and then gives it back to him - with a proposition that they go into the narcotics distribution business together. Dulov's wife, Georgiana Drake, is fed up with their relationship however and having killed her husband tries to convince Nitti to do business with her. Her proposal is to use her fleet of taxis - and those in several other cities as well - as mobile narcotics stores and having the junkies come to them, rather than the other way around, and offer a free fix to anyone of the who brings in a new customer.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Ruth Roman ... Georgiana Drake

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Anne Helm ... Marian Keyes

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow (credit only)

Steve London ... Jack Rossman
Mario Alcalde ... Marty Gladwin

Grant Richards ... Nick Dolov
Jay Adler ... Maxie

Mario Gallo ... Manny Kravitz
Joe Scott ... Pinky Malone

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Lovyss Bradley ... Matron (uncredited)
Paul Bradley ... Race Spectator (uncredited)
Leonard Bremen ... Taxi Dispatcher (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Gene Coogan ... Club Patron (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Race Spectator (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Waiter (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Race Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: City Without a Name

14 December 1961
After a Federal Agent is gunned down, Eliot Ness and his Untouchables arrive in town to try and solve their colleague's murder. The perpetrator is believed to be Lou Mungo and his precipitous action is exactly the opening Frank Nitti was waiting for so he could move in himself. Nitti hires the smooth talking gambler Sebastian to convince Mungo to hand over his contacts at City Hall and he soon has the information he needs to blackmail Mungo. With Nitti putting pressure on Sebastian to get the deal done, Mungo decides to play hardball. Ness meanwhile is slowly building the case against Mungo for the murder.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Paul Richards ... Sebastian

Mike Kellin ... Lou Mungo

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Steve London ... Jack Rossman
Theodore Marcuse ... Oscar Symes
George Keymas ... Nick Vascovitch
Vic Perrin ... Arnie Falken
Joseph Breen ... Blinky

Harvey Stephens ... Commissioner F. Scott Bodeen
William Boyett ... Gilbert Burke

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Pete Kellett ... Arnold Weybright (uncredited)
Joseph Mell ... Nitti Henchman (uncredited)

Charlie Picerni ... Nitti Henchman (uncredited)

Frank Richards ... Weybright Killer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: Hammerlock

21 December 1961
Always looking to expand their area of control, the mob is now out to get control of the bakery industry. Eliot Ness is in New York to testify at a trial and the local US Attorney asks him to stay on to help with the problem. Under the control of the Syndicate, Louis 'Lepke' Buchalter tasks Bryan "Bull" Hanlon to gain control of the industry by establishing a truckers association to get control of deliveries. Hanlon's inclination is to start with small bakers and slowly move up but under orders, he goes after the largest baker in the industry, Adam Stone. Highly respected in the industry, Stone is an old school businessman who isn't afraid to get his hands dirty or get down on his hands and knees to fix a piece of equipment. He wants nothing to do with the mob and isn't afraid to stand up to them. Until they threaten to harm his daughter Marcia, a dancer on Coney Island, who he has not seen for many years.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Harold J. Stone ... Adam Stone

John Larch ... Bryan 'Bull' Hanlon

Will Kuluva ... Max Turkin

Joan Staley ... Marcia Stone

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi
Robert Carricart ... Lepke
Joel Donte ... Pep Loman
John McLiam ... Driver
Stewart Bradley ... Knuckles Nolan

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Joe Kulak (as Oscar Beregi)

Robert Burton ... Dennis Matson

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Pete Kellett ... Baker (uncredited)
Spec O'Donnell ... Baker (uncredited)
Frank J. Scannell ... Sideshow Barker (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock ... Spectator at Murder Scene (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: The Canada Run

4 January 1962
Father Francis Gregory thinks nothing short of a miracle has happened when Joe Palakopolous, known as Mr. Pal to his friends, walks into his church. Pal is very generous and provides several hundred dollars to start up and maintain a soup kitchen. He also buys the church a new organ and puts up a brightly lit cross atop the church steeple. What Father Gregory doesn't know is that Pal is a gangster who smuggles in whiskey from Canada and is using this small community as a base of operations. Ness and his men are soon onto Pal when a top brand of Canadian whiskey, Canada Gold, suddenly starts to appear on the market. They soon focus on Pal and realize that his generosity to the Church, especially the brightly lit cross, all have a specific purpose.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Simon Oakland ... Joe Palakopolous aka Mr. Pal

Arthur Hill ... Fr. Francis Gregory

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Dabbs Greer ... Agent Ned Ferber
John Alderson ... Grote
Than Wyenn ... Frenchy LeBlanc
Michael Hinn ... Tom Jethroe

Paul Bryar ... Urcel
Gene Roth ... Weiss

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Fred Aldrich ... Canadian Gold Truck Driver (uncredited)

Gene Coogan ... Jerry (uncredited)

Frank Ellis ... Seaman at Soup Kitchen (uncredited)

Duke Fishman ... Seaman at Soup Kitchen (uncredited)
Dick Johnstone ... Seaman at Soup Kitchen (uncredited)

Steve London ... Jack Rossman (uncredited)

Paul Mazursky ... Flip (uncredited)

Mathew McCue ... Seaman at Soup Kitchen (uncredited)

Emile Meyer ... Speakeasy Owner (uncredited)
George Sawaya ... Coogan's Bodyguard (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Fall Guy

11 January 1962
After mob hit man Frankie Gruder kills a warehouseman - and is almost nabbed by Eliot Ness and his men in the process - he turns to his old friend Julius Vernon to get him out of it. Vernon conspires with Willie Willinsky, who knows practically every crook in town, to find someone to plead guilty to the murder. The fraud works so well that Vernon suggests the three of them form an employment agency of sorts. Anyone who wants a crime committed need only tell them what they want done. Vernon will devise the scheme, Willinsky will find the men to make it happen and Gruder will provide the muscle. They decide that they also need a figurehead to take the rap if they get caught so they focus on recruiting Big Joe Holvak who has just been released from prison after serving his 10 year sentence. Joe doesn't realize what he's gotten himself into nor that time has also passed him by.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Jay C. Flippen ... Big Joe Holvak

Herschel Bernardi ... Julius Albert Vernon

Don Gordon ... Francis James 'Frankie' Gruder

Robert Emhardt ... Janos 'Willie' Willinski

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Herbie Faye ... Lefty
Cliff Carnell ... Pete Gort

Robert Bice ... Police Capt. Jim Johnson

Frank Cady ... Larry Croft
Jon Lormer ... Finley Connors

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Robert Beecher ... (uncredited)
Fred Carson ... Nitti Henchman (uncredited)
Mason Curry ... Doctor (uncredited)

Chuck Hamilton ... Man Gruder Kills (uncredited)
Lee Miller ... Stevedore (uncredited)

Charles Morton ... Diner Patron (uncredited)

Charlie Picerni ... Stevedore (uncredited)
Jack Reitzen ... Arsonist (uncredited)
Ray Spiker ... Holvak Gang Member (uncredited)

Jack Stoney ... Man in Line-up (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Counterman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: The Gang War

18 January 1962
When gangsters invade and shoot up a speakeasy on the outskirts of Chicago, Ness thinks Frank Nitti may be trying to get rid of some of his competition. When one of Nitti's joints is bombed soon after, the authorities are worried that a massive gang war may erupt. The problem for Nitti is that the out-of-town clubs are getting quality booze smuggled in from Canada and its drawing away his well-heeled customers. He learns from one of the roadhouse managers that Parnise Surigao has been importing the liquor but he won't reveal where or how he's doing it. When Nitti takes one of the smugglers hostage and learns where Surigao is storing his liquor, he decides to get his hands on it.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Victor Buono ... Parnise Surigao

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

John Kellogg ... Lucky

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Ed Nelson ... Johnny Prebble
Joe Di Reda ... Rusty Miller (as Joe di Reda)
Peter Forster ... Tony Masters
Anne Whitfield ... Sue
David Faulkner ... Jimmy

Paul Birch ... Capt. Jess Brownlee
Claudia Bryar ... Mrs. Phelps

Dal McKennon ... Mr. Phelps

Wayne Heffley ... Swede
Paul Dubov ... Urcel
Lou Krugman ... Mgr. Grayson

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Fred Aldrich ... Nitti Gangster (uncredited)

Robert Bice ... Police Capt. Jim Johnson (uncredited)

Charlie Picerni ... Machine-Gunner (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock ... Police Photographer (uncredited)
John Zaccaro ... Surigao's Hood (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: Silent Partner

1 February 1962
When Wallace Laughton is killed by Federal Agents, a mysterious man known only as The Partner orders that the agent responsible be eliminated. The Partner is a mysterious man whose identity is known to only a very few. He is reputedly the top man in organized crime. Lee Hobson is the agent responsible for shooting Laughton but when Eliot Ness gets wind of the contract, he claims responsibility and makes a point of telling the Press. Lee is taken aback with Eliot's moves and resents what he sees as his boss taking all the glory. When the contract killers kidnap Lee as bait to lure Ness into a trap, he learns exactly what his good friend is doing.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Allyn Joslyn ... Wallace Laughton

Dyan Cannon ... Mavis Carroll

Bert Convy ... Eddie Paris

Charles McGraw ... Pete Kalik

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow
Stewart Bradley ... Nails Hanson
Stanley Kahn ... Les Keever

John Milford ... Woody Lubek

Tim Graham ... Truck Driver
Sydney Smith ... Telford Barnes

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Bess Flowers ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Charles Horvath ... Hood (uncredited)

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

Season 3, Episode 15: The Whitey Steele Story

8 February 1962
In New York on a case, Eliot Ness learns that mobster Joe Kulak is out to get control of the racing wire. The wire provides horse racing results from tracks across the country to betting parlors and bookies. The mob is out to get control of Michael Barrigan's wire service and they've killed Barrigan's two partners to put pressure on him. With information that Gregory Pindar will be running the mob's wire service, Ness travels to San Francisco undercover posing as hoodlum Whitey Steele to see if he can infiltrate the new operation. He gets a job with Pindar and learns that Pindar may also be importing heroin. Problems arise when a New York mobster, who knows Ness, shows up in town.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Henry Silva ... Joker

Murray Hamilton ... Michael Barrigan

Eduardo Ciannelli ... Gregory Pindar
Phillip Pine ... Griff Darden

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Sean McClory ... Police Capt. John Stanwood

Bing Russell ... Frankie Brendon

Frank Wilcox ... Beecher Asbury

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Joe Kulak (as Oscar Beregi)
Hal K. Dawson ... Vendor
Ila Britton ... Louise Bramley (as Ila Briton)

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Ralph Brooks ... Gangster at Party (uncredited)
Paul Cristo ... Gangster at Party (uncredited)

Michael Jeffers ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Pindar Employee (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Pindar Employee (uncredited)

Harold Miller ... Gangster at Party (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Gangster at Party (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Man in Line-Up (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: The Death Tree

15 February 1962
In the Gypsy quarter of Chicago, drunkenness is taking its toll in fights and killings. The local community elders, known as the Senate, want to bring it to an end but come into conflict with Janos Colescou, owner of much of the illicit liquor distribution in the area. He kills the head of the Senate, Victor Bartok and when the opposition continues, kills his brother Fedor. Throughout, Colescou has revived an old custom of posting his victims name on an old tree in the neighborhood. For Ness and his men, the goal is to try to bring Colescou out into the open and for that they get help from Victor Bartok's daughter Magda. She tells him that Colescou has personal reasons for wanting to get rid of the Bartoks.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Charles Bronson ... Janos Colescou

BarBara Luna ... Magda Bartok (as Barbara Luna)
Theodore Marcuse ... Alex

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman

Edward Asner ... Fedor Bartok

Richard Bakalyan ... Benno
Booth Colman ... Victor Bartok
Eugene Iglesias ... George Karig

Otto Waldis ... Rudolph Benosch
Sara Taft ... Mother
Larry Breitman ... Chestnut Vendor
Cyril Delevanti ... Newsboy (as Cyril Delavanti)
Maurice Kelly ... Dancer
Richard Bartell ... Druggist

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Mickey Golden ... Senate Member (uncredited)
Sol Gorss ... Man in Knife Fight (uncredited)

Charles Horvath ... Man in Knife Fight (uncredited)
Kay Koury ... Townswoman (uncredited)

Charlie Picerni ... Colescou Henchman (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Morgue Attendant (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: Takeover

1 March 1962
The demand for real beer goes unabated and Charlie Zenko tries to consolidate his control of the North side of Chicago. He arranges for brew master Franz Koenig to get a visit from Eliot Ness. At his trial however, Koenig is saved when a stranger, Leo Mencken, provides him with the alibi he needs. Soon Koenig and Mencken are partners and are using Mencken's unique way of temporarily masking the re-alcoholization of the beer they produce. Charlie Zenko is none too pleased that his competition is back on the street but has the good sense to check with New York mobster Joe Kulak who confirms that Mencken is working for him. When they finally meet, Charlie Zenko is shocked to see just who Leo Mencken really is.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Luther Adler ... Charlie Zenko

Robert Loggia ... Leo Mencken / Larry Zenko

Collin Wilcox Paxton ... Ann Gratzner (as Collin Wilcox)

John Banner ... Franz Koenig

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Mort Mills ... Woody O'Mara

Leonard Nimoy ... Packy

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Joe Kulak (as Oscar Beregi)
Chris Carter ... Shimmy Dancer
Bruno VeSota ... Defense Counsel (as Bruno Ve Sota)

William Bryant ... Prosecuting Attorney

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Steven Benson ... Newspaper Boy (uncredited)

Chet Brandenburg ... Brewery Employee (uncredited)

John Davis Chandler ... Machine Gunner (uncredited)
Pete Kellett ... Prison Guard (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Cabaret Owner Leaving Meeting (uncredited)

Harold Miller ... Cabaret Owner Leaving Meeting (uncredited)

John Mitchum ... Brewery Employee (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Defense Attorney (uncredited)

Jack Stoney ... Brewery Employee (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: The Stryker Brothers

8 March 1962
Soon after the three Stryker brothers rob a train, killing someone in the process, Eliot Ness and his untouchables are on their trail. They get a warrant and seize the Strykers books and papers hoping to find something incriminating. The dim-witted Benny Striker has kept a piece of correspondence from the train robbery and his brothers decide they need to somehow get rid of that evidence. Benny approaches an old friend Mr. Jaeger, a retired arsonist, to set the Federal building's evidence room on fire and destroy the documents. He succeeds, but Ness uses basic psychology to ferret out Jaeger and the Stryker brothers.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Frank Sutton ... Benny Stryker

Michael Strong ... Morton Stryker
Joseph Bernard ... Alvin Stryker

Nehemiah Persoff ... Mr. Jaeger

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Buck Kartalian ... Nate Stryker

Grant Richards ... Resko
Arny Freeman ... Webster

Robert Bice ... Police Capt. Hale Johnson

Michael Fox ... Lt. Miller

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Mario Gallo ... Lippy Carson (uncredited)

Chuck Hamilton ... Clerk Killed on Train (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Coroner (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: Element of Danger

22 March 1962
Victor Rait has developed a new method for converting opium to heroin and he and his partner Arnold Stegler hope to make a handsome profit. When Rait kills a Chicago policeman, who was actually on loan and working for Eliot Ness, he realizes that they have to clear out of their current location. Just as they are leaving Ness and his men arrives and Rait pretends to be an innocent bystander and witness to the shooting. When Stegler decides to eliminate Rait, Ness decides to use that to get Victor to cooperate.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Lee Marvin ... Victor Rait / Howard Carson

Victor Jory ... Arnold Stegler

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow
Hugh Sanders ... Greer
Paul Dubov ... Weisbaden
Sandra Warner ... Gina

Howard Culver ... Smitty
Eve Cotton ... Miss MacLean - Lipreader

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Fred Aldrich ... Spectator at Shooting (uncredited)
John Close ... Policeman Killed by Rait (uncredited)
Dick Crockett ... Maxie (uncredited)

Michael Jeffers ... Spectator at Shooting (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Spectator at Shooting (uncredited)
Richard Reeves ... Bartender (uncredited)

Al Ruscio ... Gus Kroelig (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Waiter (uncredited)
Allen Wood ... Prison Gate Guard (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: The Maggie Storm Story

29 March 1962
When junkie Benny Rivas is stopped by Eliot Ness and his men, he tells them in his dying breath that the source of his heroin is the 808 Club. Ness knows the club's hostess, Maggie Storm, quite well. She's married to the frequently absent owner and denies any knowledge of drugs being sold on the premises. In fact, she has set up a very clever trading floor where mobsters bid for anything from drugs to counterfeit money. She has a bigger problem however when Louis 'Lepke' Buchalter decides he wants to take over the club and sends his murderous henchman Vince Shirer to eliminate anyone that might stand in his way. Ness decides to recruit a soon to be paroled mobster to infiltrate the organization.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Patricia Neal ... Maggie Storm

Vic Morrow ... Vince Shirer

John Kellogg ... Lucky Quinn

Joseph Ruskin ... Louis 'Lepke' Buchalter

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow

Frank DeKova ... The Man (as Frank de Kova)
Bernard Fein ... Ed Harker
Herman Rudin ... Benny Rivas

Paul Bryar ... Racketeer
Tommy Nello ... Waiter (as Thomas Nello)
Beverly Powers ... Girl (as Beverly Hills)

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
Nick Borgani ... Bidder in Club (uncredited)
Bud Cokes ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Pete Kellett ... Buchalter Gangster (uncredited)
Victor Romito ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: Man in the Middle

5 April 1962
Slot machines have become all the rage and William 'Porker' Davis is making a fortune on all of those nickels and dimes. He soon comes under pressure from mobster Joe Bomer who's prepared to let him stay in business provided he gives the players a 70% return on their bets thereby making sure they will always come back. Davis agrees but when Bomer finds out the machines have been doctored to pay out less, Davis is soon on the run. Turns out it's Davis' friend and Bomer employee Benjy Liemer who has been fiddling with the machines and also providing Ness with anonymous tips.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Martin Balsam ... Benjy Liemer

Tom Drake ... Joe Bomer

Cloris Leachman ... Julie Liemer

Gavin MacLeod ... William 'Porker' Davis

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Steve London ... Jack Rossman
Robert Christopher ... Matty Karsh

Mike Mazurki ... Moose Tobin
Paul Barselou ... Walter Hale (as Paul Barselow)
Louis Nicoletti ... Floorman (as Louis A. Nicoletti)
Joey Barnum ... Cabbie

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)
James J. Casino ... Hood (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... Casino Patron (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Barber (uncredited)
Bernard Sell ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: Downfall

3 May 1962
Joseph December is a legitimate businessman and the scion of a wealthy family who own the Great Lakes Pacific railroad which, by all accounts, is on its last legs. With Eliot Ness receiving hot tips and managing to intercept liquor being smuggled in from Canada, Al Capone enforcer Pete 'The Persuader' Kalmiski and his underling Allan Sitkin approach December to make a deal. In return for letting them use his railway, December get to keep 20% of the proceeds. The death of a railway track worker however puts Ness and the Untouchables onto the scheme. When a side deal on shares with Sitkin goes bad and he commits suicide, December gets hold of information that he hopes he can use against Kalmiski. December's right hand man, Henry Grunther, is appalled at what is happening to the company and seeks Ness' assistance.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Steven Hill ... Joseph December Jr.

Simon Oakland ... Pete 'The Persuader' Kalmisky

Stefan Schnabel ... Henry Grunther
Milton Selzer ... Alan Sitkin

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi

Frank Wilcox ... Beecher Asbury
Carole Kent ... Secretary

William Challee ... Mike Kilkenny
Cathie Merchant ... Singer
Jeff Davis ... Hood

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Chet Brandenburg ... Worker Unloading Alcohol (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Railroad Worker (uncredited)
Ray Spiker ... Street Onlooker (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 23: The Case Against Eliot Ness

10 May 1962
The 1933 Chicago World's Fair is about to open, and the three Endicott brothers, who have several franchises at the event, expect to make a killing. But the killing that develops isn't what they had in mind.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness

Pat Hingle ... Mitchell A. Grandin

Bruce Gordon ... Frank Nitti

Jeanne Cooper ... Fran Cagle

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi
Cliff Carnell ... Dolph Cagle

Frank Wilcox ... Beecher Asbury

Joe Turkel ... Birdie Yates (as Joseph Turkel)

Abel Fernandez ... William Youngfellow
Shirley O'Hara ... Mrs. Halvorsen
Bruce Andersen ... Committee Chairman
Boyd Holister ... Billy Cooner (as Robert Palmer)

George Murdock ... Gus Dmytryk

Robert Bice ... Police Capt. Jim Johnson
Bruno VeSota ... Reporter #1 (as Bruno Ve Sota)
Edmund Tontini ... Reporter #2 (as Ed Tontini)
Chris Carter ... Woman in Hotel Room 23

Sid Haig ... Augie the Hood

Martin Clark ... Superintendent

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Noble 'Kid' Chissell ... Waiter (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Licensing Commission Member (uncredited)
Ben Frommer ... 'Fats' Gilman (uncredited)
Jack Gordon ... Man at Party (uncredited)

Reed Howes ... Reporter (uncredited)
Gene Roth ... Mobster (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Licensing Commission Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: The Ginnie Littlesmith Story

17 May 1962
A vice ring known as the Group has been hiding their speakeasies and brothels by using free soup kitchens as a front. When white slaver Chez Goshen dies his niece, Ginnie Littlesmith, decides to take possession of the Group's books. She had worked for her uncle and feels it is her inheritance. Enforcer Vic Cassandros tries to seduce the spinsterish Ginnie to get his hands on those books. Eliot Ness wants to get his hands on them as well knowing it would be the end of that racket.

Robert Stack ... Eliot Ness
Phyllis Love ... Ginnie Littlesmith

Don Gordon ... Bick Cassandros
Brook Byron ... Marie LaRose

Paul Picerni ... Lee Hobson

Nicholas Georgiade ... Enrico Rossi
John McLiam ... Father Donovan

Barbara Pepper ... Mrs. Littlesmith
Harry Swoger ... Chiz Goshen
Leonard Strong ... Ben Poe
Toni Tucci ... Fay
Barnaby Hale ... Owen Enters

Walter Winchell ... Narrator (voice)

Robert Bice ... Capt. Jim Johnson (uncredited)
Marlene Callahan ... Laura Littlesmith (uncredited)

Linda Evans ... Gert Littlesmith (uncredited)
Dick Johnstone ... Man at Soup Kitchen (uncredited)