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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
Year: 1960 | 1961 | 1962 | 1963 | 1964

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 1: Black November

7 October 1960
Leaving New York City behind, Tod and Buz begin their search "to catch a star" and find themselves in a nightmare right out of "Bad Day at Black Rock." The unfriendly, suspicious, and violent residents of a tiny Mississippi town have a long-held secret--and they will kill to protect it.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Everett Sloane ... Caleb Garth

Patty McCormack ... Jenny Slade

Keir Dullea ... Paul Garth

Whit Bissell ... Jim Slade

Malcolm Atterbury ... Bolton
Guy Raymond ... Skipper

George Kennedy ... Thad Skinner
Robert Sorrells ... Dickson
House Jameson ... Clergyman
Tom Vetter Sr. ... Hoodlum (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: A Lance of Straw

14 October 1960
Tod and Buz reach the destination they started for in Episode One; Louisiana and jobs working as crewmen on a shrimp trawler. However,crewing for a beautiful female captain, the resentment of local fishermen and a deadly storm at sea were results that were totally unexpected by them.

Janice Rule ... Charlotte Duval

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Thomas Gomez ... Andre Cabateau

Nico Minardos ... Jean Poussin
Joey Kennedy ... Little Boy
Douglas LaFont Sr. ... Bubblegum Boy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Swan Bed

21 October 1960
Tod and Buz layover to work in New Orleans and make the acquaintance of a young woman who accidentally interferes with a smuggling ring.The young woman's melancholy mother and the danger of an epidemic add to the difficulties.

Betty Field ... Mary Purcell

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Henry Hull ... Amery Gant

Murray Hamilton ... Dr. Stafford

Zina Bethune ... Carrie Purcell

Louis Zorich ... Bulloch

Elizabeth MacRae ... Randy Spring
Louis Guss ... DeSavo
Jerome Raphael ... Hercules George (as Jerome Raphel)
Max Kleven ... Henchman (uncredited)
Fred Stromsoe ... Dock worker with binoculars (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Man on the Monkey Board

28 October 1960
Tod and Buz take labor jobs on a Louisiana offshore oil rig. Tod immediately finds the behavior of a seemingly out-of-place older worker to be odd. As Tod continues to watch the man he finds the strange behavior has a sane purpose-the man is a Nazi hunter who is closing in on his prey.

Lew Ayres ... Frank Bartlett

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Alfred Ryder ... Palmer

Frank Overton ... Hanson
Fred J. Scollay ... Thompson

Michael Conrad ... Al Jenkins

Roger C. Carmel ... Man in the Shower

Barnard Hughes ... Doctor (as Bernard Hughes)

Bruce Dern ... Albert

Edward Asner ... Second Man
Jack Arthur ... Cook
Doyle Brooks ... Fielding (uncredited)
Fred Stromsoe ... Carson (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: The Strengthening Angels

4 November 1960
Tod and Buz, driving through California "West by North" in a rainstorm nearly run over a young woman. After giving her a lift to the next town they find she is on the run from a murder charge. Despite the protests of the Sheriff, the townspeople and the woman herself, Buz feels there is more to the story than obvious guilt.

Suzanne Pleshette ... Lottie Montana

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Harry Townes ... Daniel

John Larch ... Sheriff Hingle

Warren Stevens ... Richard Crown

Tom Reese ... Tommy

Hal Smith ... Howard
Sheldon Allman ... Character

John Cliff ... Man on Bumper

Gina Gillespie ... Theresa Montana (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Ten Drops of Water

11 November 1960
Tod and Buz,working as ranch hands in a drought stricken area of Utah,befriend a desperate family.The family's farm does not have sufficient water to maintain the livestock.The family comes to realize that solving the problem in the short run may not be the only option.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock
Burt Brinckerhoff ... Virgil Paige

Deborah Walley ... Helen Paige

Robert F. Simon ... Mr. Pepperell

Sara Haden ... Mrs. Pepperell
Oliver McGowan ... Payson

Don Beddoe ... Owen Moorcraft
Tony Haig ... Homer Paige

Season 1, Episode 7: Three Sides

18 November 1960
Tod and Buz inadvertently become involved in the conflicts between a hops rancher/processor and his two teenage children. The spoiled, undisciplined boy and girl's immaturity end up causing fights, death and worker revolt.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

E.G. Marshall ... Gerald Emerson

Johnny Seven ... Ted Becker
Stephen Bolster ... Curt Emerson

Paul Genge ... Chuck Galloway
Phil Clarke ... Dr. Linton
Anthony D. Call ... Frank Palmer (as Tony Call)
Bob Ament ... Boy
Dean Woolley ... Station Man
Winnie Collins ... Mrs. Hastings (as Winnie Coffin)

Joey Heatherton ... Karen Emerson

Season 1, Episode 8: Legacy for Lucia

25 November 1960
Tod and Buz, now working in a small town Oregon sawmill, aid a young woman recently arrived from Italy. She is a WWII war orphan who has come to the U.S. to sell a legacy left to her by a dead G.I. in order to raise funds for her church. The problem is the G.I. actually never owned anything.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Jay C. Flippen ... Nathaniel Hobbs

John Larch ... Bill Morrison

Arlene Martel ... Lucia Trapani (as Arline Sax)

Vivi Janiss ... Helen

Leo Gordon ... Bernie Duncan
Dan Sheridan ... Hennessey
Julia Hall ... Mrs. Williams

Season 1, Episode 9: Layout at Glen Canyon

2 November 1960
Tod and Buz, working as laborers near Page, Arizona on a dam project, are reassigned by the Project Manager to run interference for a group of fashion models shooting pictures at the site. The lady chaperoning the models has her hands full too,dealing both with the girls and her past-with the Project Manager.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Charles McGraw ... Jeff Grady

Bethel Leslie ... Jo Galloway

Zohra Lampert ... Sue Ellis
Richard Shannon ... Lou Gillis
Lane Nakano ... Nikko

Elizabeth MacRae ... Betsy
Vana Leslie ... Muriel

Donna Douglas ... Dana

William 'Billy' Benedict ... Marvin (as William Benedict)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Beryllium Eater

9 December 1960
Tod and Buz, working as laborers at a large scale Arizona mining operation, help an old-time prospector while "looking for their fortune" on a day off. The man has found a valuable claim and the owner of the large mining operation resorts to violence to find its location. Buz finds an unlikely ally in the owner's wife.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Inger Stevens ... Wendy

Edward Binns ... Fred Durant

Edgar Buchanan ... Jack McConkle

Peter Mamakos ... Beau Babcock
Freeman Lusk ... Mine Doctor
Fred Stromsoe ... Conveyor Operator at Mine (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: A Fury Slinging Flame

30 December 1960
Dr. Mark Christopher is a famous scientist who believes from his Russian friend's cryptic message that the USSR will initiate a New Year's Day nuclear attack on the United States. Unable to convince his associates to act on this information, Christopher, his son, and a small band of followers, he takes shelter deep inside Carlsbad Caverns Tod and Buz assist Paula Shay, a devious newspaper reporter who wants to interview Dr. Christopher.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Leslie Nielsen ... Mark Christopher

Fay Spain ... Paula Shay

James Brown ... Jim Walsh

Conrad Nagel ... Dr. Henry Claridge
Phyllis Hill ... Frances Swanson
William Woodson ... Reverend Hughes
Lili Kardell ... Miss Benson
Jimmy Carter ... Alan Christopher

Carol Anne Seflinger ... Ginger Christopher (as Carol Seflinger)
Ted Otis ... U.S. Marshal Scott
Jon Lormer ... Mr. White
Larry Barbier ... Larry Barbier - Reporter, Globe Photos
Bill Fiset ... Bill Fiset - Reporter, Oakland Tribune
Bob Lardine ... Bob Lardine - Reporter, New York Daily News
Marlin Haines ... Marlon Haines - Commentator, KROD TV (as Marlon Haines)

Season 1, Episode 12: Sheba

6 January 1961
A modern version of the old "David and Bathsheba" story in which King David fell in love with a married woman and arranged for her husband to be killed during a battle. Rich cattleman Woody Biggs continues to be rejected by recently widowed Laura Church so he has her framed for embezzlement and sent to prison. Then he pulls some strings and gets her paroled. Buz and Tod try to protect her from Woody who is pressuring her to marry him.

Lee Marvin ... Woody Biggs

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Whitney Blake ... Laura Church

Rico Alaniz ... Pedro Regal

Stuart Nisbet ... Bartender
Raymond Guth ... Johnny Langway
Doris Karnes ... Prison Matron

Carol Ohmart ... Hanna Martin

Season 1, Episode 13: The Quick and the Dead

13 January 1961
Tod and Buz are in California for the Riverside Grand Prix auto races which Tod decides to enter in the Stock-Class.Doing well in practice,he is asked to drive in the main event.After being drawn into the conflict between a veteran driver,his daughter and second wife, Tod nearly is "rerouted" in more ways than one.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Susan Kohner ... Katy Webster

Frank Overton ... Cord Webster
Betsy Jones-Moreland ... Bea Webster

Regis Toomey ... Jeff

Pamela Searle ... Roxy Dozy

Harvey Korman ... Len Statler

Season 1, Episode 14: Play It Glissando

20 January 1961
Tod and Buz, vacationing in Malibu, California, are drawn into the world of a paranoid Progressive Jazz trumpeter and his wife. Told largely in flashback by Buz, beginning innocently enough with Buz having made a connection with lounge songstress Kitty Parker.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Anne Francis ... Jana Johnson

Jack Lord ... Gabe Johnson

Harold J. Stone ... Lieutenant Mangano
Barbara Bostock ... Kitty Parker
Jo Ann Greer ... Kitty Parker (singing voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: The Clover Throne

27 January 1961
Tod and Buz, in Indio, California for lunch, meet a flirtatious young woman. The two end up working at her guardian's date farm. The guardian wants to marry his ward despite her indifference. Complicating the situation is a disputed highway paving project and one of the road crew workers who has an interest in the girl.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Jack Warden ... Adam Darcy

Anne Helm ... Sweet Thing
Arthur Batanides ... Joe Goss

DeForest Kelley ... H. Norbert Willis
Stephen Roberts ... Holcomb
Robert Ball ... Pooch (as Robert E. Ball)
Paul Barselou ... Orin (as Paul Barselow)
Deirdre Owens ... Mrs. Goss (as Deirdre Owen)

Henry Beckman ... Cooper (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Fly Away Home: Part I

10 February 1961
Tod and Buz, in Phoenix, Arizona, and looking for work with a crop-dusting company, encounter a combat-scarred, world-weary pilot who is a self-described "Jonah." The pilot hates himself for still being alive and causing others' deaths. Buz' interest in the pilot's chanteuse ex-wife is a side story.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Michael Rennie ... Summers

Dorothy Malone ... Christina Summers

Cathy Lewis ... Dora Windus

Bert Remsen ... Skeats

Jenny Maxwell ... Vicki Windus
Jo Ann Greer ... Christina (singing voice) (uncredited)

Ford Rainey ... Tom Russell (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: Fly Away Home: Part II

17 February 1961
Tod tempts the fates by training for crop dusting with the "jinx".The doomed pilot financially saves the dusting business by taking on a dangerous assignment and brings the owner of the business back to reality.Buz,ready to end his life's search,is turned down.He vows to look for her (and perhaps finds her in Season 3).

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Michael Rennie ... Summers

Dorothy Malone ... Christina Summers

Cathy Lewis ... Dora Windus

Bert Remsen ... Skeats

Jenny Maxwell ... Vicki Windus

Ford Rainey ... Tom Russell
Jo Ann Greer ... Christina (singing voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Sleep on Four Pillows

24 February 1961
Tod and Buz,in the Los Angeles area,while Tod is taking a computer class at UCLA and Buz sells cosmetics,aid a "girl in danger".She claims the mafia are after her to locate her "Don" father who they plan to kill.Tod and Buz have an uneasy series of adventures before the true story comes out.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Patty McCormack ... Jan Emerson

Larry Gates ... Private Investigator Baer
Marianne Stewart ... Marva Emerson

John Beradino ... Police Lieutenant Fielding
Penny Santon ... Stella Lombardi
William Sargent ... Gaxton
Peter Walker ... Trivers
Justin O'Brien ... 1st Waiting Guy
Paul Shively ... 2nd Waiting Guy
Gene Benton ... Professor
Frank Kreig ... Character
Ralph Neff ... Guard
Fred Stromsoe ... Purse Snatcher (uncredited)

Francine York ... Customer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: An Absence of Tears

3 March 1961
Still in the Los Angeles area with Tod struggling over his computer class at UCLA and Buz enjoying the "sights", a beautiful blond woman enters their lives. She was recently married and almost immediately widowed. The lady will stop at nothing to find the men who killed her husband-despite being blind.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Martha Hyer ... Donna Stevens

Rin Tin Tin II ... Rex (as Rin Tin Tin)

Herb Armstrong ... Poke Hansel

Joseph Ruskin ... Blinky Ober
Mary Webster ... Midge Foster
Herman Rudin ... Lt. Cobb
Lewis Charles ... Lew
Joe Abdullah ... Chico

Paul Richards ... Rudy
Forrest Compton ... Jeff Stevens (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Like a Motherless Child

17 March 1961
Tod and Buz, driving through Nevada, pick up an orphan hitchhiking. Tod insists he be returned to the orphanage. Buz, both unhappy and angry, separates from Tod. On his own now, Buz looks to fill his loneliness and meets a motherly lady. He finds her sad life includes alcoholism over regret for a long lost son.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Sylvia Sidney ... Hannah Ellis

Jack Weston ... Jake Hunter

Carmen Phillips ... Ina
Benedict Herrman ... Martin (as Brad Herrman)
Nina Vaughn ... Liz (as Mina Vaughn)
Joyce Horne ... Peg
Chris Carter ... Theresa
Barbara Hines ... Frieda
Rodney Bell ... Chuck

Ben Johnson ... Alley Golden
Bill Garnick ... Bill Garnick (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Effigy in Snow

24 March 1961
Tod and Buz travel to Squaw Valley, California for "some work and some fun". They barely settle in on their new jobs at the Squaw Valley Ski Lodge when the dead body of a female skier is found out on the slopes. The perpetrator, a mentally defective guest at the lodge, goes undetected and may seek another victim.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Scott Marlowe ... Armand Fontaine

Jeanne Bal ... Penny Foster
Rod Dana ... Skier (as Rodd Dana)
Nancy Downey ... Shirley Hughes
Terry Huntingdon ... Skier
Denny Niles ... Skier
Ulla Strömstedt ... Skier (as Ulla Stromstedt)
Mark Tapscott ... Sheriff
Ann Warner ... Skier
Keith Wegeman ... Skier

George Macready ... Mr. Fontaine

Kurt Kreuger ... Otto Weller

Season 1, Episode 22: Eleven, the Hard Way

7 April 1961
Tod and Buz, driving through Nevada, help protect the bankroll of two men who are from the dried up mining town of Broken Knee. The two men are heading to Reno to try to win enough money at the craps table to fund a project which can save the town. Later in Reno, Tod and Buz end up lending moral and financial support.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Walter Matthau ... Sam Keep

Edward Andrews ... Francis Oliver
Guy Raymond ... Monty Knight
Debbie Megowan ... Dora Knight
Doyle Brooks ... Thug #2 in Diner (uncredited)
Fred Stromsoe ... Thug in Diner (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: Most Vanquished, Most Victorious

14 April 1961
Tod and Buz travel to Los Angeles in response to a letter Tod received from an Aunt who has not been heard of for 20 yrs and thought to be dead. From her deathbed she makes a final request of Tod-find her daughter. Tod and Buz embark on a search that leads them to many people and places and eventually to the answer.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Beatrice Straight ... Kitty Chamberlain

Royal Dano ... Dr. Clemente
Pat DeSimone ... Cazador (as Pat De Simone)

Frank DeKova ... Davey Briggs (as Frank de Kova)

Elizabeth Allen ... Alice
John A. Alonzo ... Juan Domingo (as John Alonzo)

John Dennis ... Hank
Nancy Lewis ... Stripper

Season 1, Episode 24: Don't Count Stars

28 April 1961
Tod and Buz, in San Diego and employed in aerospace jobs, save a drunken man from drowning while they are enjoying a day off. The man's underage niece uses her influence to get Tod and Buz to help her. The objective is to sober him up so he can remain her guardian. The man is not cooperative and is hiding a secret.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Dan Duryea ... Mike McKay

Susan Melvin ... Linda McKay

Vaughn Taylor ... Frank Hammond
Oliver McGowan ... Ernie Bassard
Mary Jackson ... Judge Mary Lindstrom
Lucy Prentis ... Cathy
Ralph Gary ... Character #1
Phil Arnold ... Character #2
Joe McTurk ... Character #3

Danny Francis ... Character #4
Fred Stromsoe ... Ambulance Attendant (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: The Newborn

5 May 1961
Tod and Buz, working as ranch hands in New Mexico, become disgusted with the actions of their employer. The man wants possession of his dead son's baby whether the mother approves of it or not. The rancher will stop at nothing to get his way and neither will his men-including murder.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Albert Dekker ... Frank Ivy

Arlene Martel ... Kawna Ivy (as Arline Sax)

Robert Duvall ... Roman

Denver Pyle ... Father Prior

Bing Russell ... Frank Satterfield
Fred Stromsoe ... Pilot (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: A Skill for Hunting

12 May 1961
Tod and Buz, camping out near Sante Fe, New Mexico, have a run-in with a madman who is illegally hunting. Their car damaged, Tod and Buz seek the man out in Santa Fe. Buz gets satisfaction by giving him a severe beating. Later they are blamed for poaching and again seek the man out. This time the interchange becomes deadly.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Gene Evans ... Hump Humphrey

Joanna Moore ... Trinket

Harold J. Stone ... Gus Patton

Paul Genge ... Frank Baker
Warren J. Kemmerling ... Fred Capper (as Warren Kemmerling)

Ted de Corsia ... Poker Player (uncredited)

Bobby Jordan ... Garage Attendant (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: Trap at Cordova

26 May 1961
Tod and Buz are bamboozled into a tiny remote mountain town in New Mexico. Once there,they are convicted on a trumped up "crime" with the sentence being to teach school for one year. Slowly,they come to lose their resentment and actually end up empathizing with the reason for the deception.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Thomas Gomez ... Miguel Delgado

Dianne Foster ... Anita Delgado

James Brown ... Sheriff Canfield

Argentina Brunetti ... Señora Maria Otero
Fabián Chávez ... Senator Chavez (as Senator Fabian Chavez)
Tony Maxwell ... Tino
Richard Keith ... Juan

Lee Roberts ... Bus Driver (as Lee J. Roberts)
Derrik Lewis ... Young Man

Season 1, Episode 28: The Opponent

2 June 1961
Tod and Buz "detour" to Youngstown,Ohio to see a boyhood idol of Buz,a boxer who is scheduled to fight a local hero.The "idol" is no longer a contender,he is a punch-drunk has-been. Buz attempts both to build up the man's confidence and give him a view to the future with the help of the boxer's female admirer.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Darren McGavin ... Johnny Copa

Lois Nettleton ... Susan

Edward Asner ... Scully
Clement Fowler ... Poochy

David Clarke ... Mace (as David C. Clarke)

Al Lewis ... Gym Owner
Ben Yaffee ... Anson
Joseph Archer ... Otto Zempski

Season 1, Episode 29: Welcome to Amity

9 June 1961
Tod and Buz, working as laborers in a factory in Amity, Ohio, meet a strange young woman at their boarding house. She is towing a headstone on a trailer behind her car-with the person's date of death from 10 years before. Finding she is a pariah in Amity, Tod and Buz offer help in carrying out her unusual mission.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Susan Oliver ... Joan Maslow

Martha Scott ... Helen Watson
Logan Ramsey ... Stanley Curry
Joseph Sweeney ... Mr. Curry
Joe Warren ... Frank Krassek (as Joseph Warren)

Luke Halpin ... Bobby Krassek
Eddie Holmes ... Jack Morris
Anna Minot ... Alice Krassek
DeAnn Mears ... Mrs. Morris (as De Ann Mears)
Louise Larabee ... Mrs. Magruder

Season 1, Episode 30: Incident on a Bridge

16 June 1961
Tod and Buz, in Cleveland, Ohio working as laborers on a "three week job at a gravel yard", stay at their Russian supervisor's home. He has a mute daughter who has a miserable life. When a fellow Russian, whom the community has ostracized, shows his love for her tragedy follows. The two ill-fated people meet an uncertain end.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Nehemiah Persoff ... Vladis Dvorovoi

Lois Smith ... Anna Volovich

Allan Melvin ... Nikolai Orlov
Muni Seroff ... Mr. Volovich

Herb Voland ... Lt. Hodges (as Herbert Voland)
Tommy Battreall ... Mikhail Volovich
Vic Ramos ... Det. Eddie Simmons
Fred Stromsoe ... Officer Firing Revolver (uncredited)

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: A Month of Sundays

22 September 1961
Tod and Buz, in Butte, Montana working as laborers in a copper mine, meet a beautiful girl at their rooming house. She is a local girl who has made it big and has mysteriously come home despite being the star of a current hit on Broadway. Buz quickly falls in love with her and becomes serious. Tod knows her dark secret.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Anne Francis ... Arline Simms

Conrad Nagel ... Father Prior

Betty Garde ... Lydia Sullivan
Rodney Bell ... Cabby
Herbert B. Leonard ... News Announcer on Radio (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Blue Murder

29 September 1961
Buz and Tod warily transport a horse with a reputation as a killer to its new owner, whose family is as dysfunctional as any clan Tennessee Williams conjured up. The owner's sensuous wife Blossom Bludge toys with Buz poolside, as she explains why she chose her power-crazed husband over her passive brother-in-law. A third brother, the brawny Cam Bludge, stands brooding and mute as the owner struggles to break the stallion, the way he tamed his own family. As usual, the episode features superb on-location photography, this time in Butte, Montana.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Suzanne Pleshette ... Blossom Bludge

Gene Evans ... Jim Bludge

Claude Akins ... Cam Bludge

Emile Meyer ... Johnny
Rodney Bell ... Man

Harry Townes ... Frank Bludge

Season 2, Episode 3: Goodnight Sweet Blues

6 October 1961
Tod and Buzz agree to help fulfill a dying jazz singer's last wish to reunite with her old band.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Ethel Waters ... Jennie Henderson
Juano Hernandez ... King Loomis
Jo Jones ... Lover Brown - The Memphis Naturals
Frederick O'Neal ... Horace Wilson - The Memphis Naturals
Bill Gunn ... Hank Plummer - The Memphis Naturals (as The Memphis Naturals)

Coleman Hawkins ... Snooze Mobley - The Memphis Naturals
Roy Eldridge ... A.C. Graham - The Memphis Naturals
Billie Allen ... Cora Adams
P. Jay Sidney ... Dr. Wally Farrow
Royal Beal ... Judge
Douglas Rutherford ... Dr. Sigrist
Robert Elross ... Manager

Season 2, Episode 4: Birdcage on My Foot

13 October 1961
Tod and Buz, in Boston for a day of leisure, interrupt an odd acting man who is attempting to steal their Corvette. Buz, seeing the man is an addict, wants to drop the matter but Tod insists the man be arrested. When it is confirmed the man is a junkie, Tod decides to try and get him clean. Buz has the burden fall on him.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Robert Duvall ... Arnie

Mike Kellin ... Lieutenant Calder

Diana Millay ... Charlotte Lee

Season 2, Episode 5: First-Class Mouliak

20 October 1961
Tod and Buz,working in Cleveland,Ohio as laborers in a foundry,are exposed to the close-knit world of Polish ethnic life by their Supervisor.Steeped in Old World tradition,he has dominated the lives of his children.When a fellow Pole's daughter disappears it leads to the discovery of his son's involvement.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Nehemiah Persoff ... Jack

Martin Balsam ... Mike Palinski

Robert Redford ... Janosh

Nancy Malone ... Eva
Peggy Feury ... Anna Palinski

Richard X. Slattery ... Detective
Ann Dee ... Teresa Palinski
Russell K. Kriss ... Markiewicz

Season 2, Episode 6: Once to Every Man

27 October 1961
Tod and Buz fail to save their ship-builder boss from accidentally drowning, but stay on when his free-spirited daughter takes over the yard. Misnamed Prudence's as conflicted and headstrong as she's alluring - which stabs a fork between streetwise Buz, and preppy Tod whose background matches Prudence and upper-crust Gloucester, Massachusetts maddeningly.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Janice Rule ... Prudie Adams

Ann Shoemaker ... Grandmother Adams

Murray Matheson ... Leigh Adams

Robert F. Simon ... Jed Wharton
Nicholas Saunders ... George Slocum
Mel Arrighi ... Jack Wharton

Season 2, Episode 7: The Mud Nest

10 November 1961
On intuition Buz steers the 66ers off route to a Maryland hamlet where everyone thinks they recognize Buz - as returning prodigal of a hated local clan. When Buz meets the Colby clan they look like clones - of Buz. Tod & Buz speed into Charm City where a family member ran to with-child, disappearing into the sin-filled streets of Baltimore. Orphan Buz has to know if she's his mother.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Betty Field ... Dorothea Colby

Lon Chaney Jr. ... Colby (as Lon Chaney)

Edward Asner ... Lt. Tegeler

Philip Coolidge ... Old Codger

Sylvia Miles ... Hope Lansing
Sam Capuano ... Doctor
Griff Evans ... First Townsman
George L. Smith ... Eddie Hudson
Paul Maharis ... Mark Colby
Harold Maharis ... Hank Colby
Cleopatra Maharis ... Colby Sister
Mary Bell ... Ma Colby
Doyle Brooks ... Jess Colby (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: A Bridge Across Five Days

17 November 1961
Buz's sarcasm unwittingly freaks out a new office clerk at a shipbuilding plant, not knowing she's just been released from a mental hospital. She spent 18 years in Catonsville, Maryland's Spring Grove Hospital, ironically (& actually) located near Paradise & Prospect. Dundalk ship-workers Tod, Buz, and the female office staff rally around her as she battles to adjust to a world she's feared for so long.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Nina Foch ... Lillian Aldrich

James Dunn ... Mexia

Jean Muir ... Beatrice Ware
Davey Davison ... Jo
James Patterson ... Paul Guin
Judith Robinson ... Geraldine
Isa Davison ... Nurse

Season 2, Episode 9: Mon Petit Chou

24 November 1961
Tod and Buz are in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania working as crewmen on a tugboat. Tod "rescues" a pretty girl who oddly was water skiing in the shipping lanes. She is a singer from France, managed by a Svengali who closely watches her and is haunted by the memory of a previous "discovery" who deserted him.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Lee Marvin ... John Ryan

Macha Méril ... Perette Dijon

Bert Remsen ... Higgy
Edward Atienza ... Violinist
Hildy Brooks ... Gloria Bowers (as Hilda Brawner)
Peter Gumeny ... Skipper
Guy Sorel ... Speaker

Lee Aaker ... Newsboy (uncredited)
Fred Stromsoe ... Ski Boat Operator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Some of the People, Some of the Time

1 December 1961
Tod and Buz, driving through Pennsylvania, make the acquaintance of a man who runs small-town beauty/talent contests with the winners promised a movie studio connection. Tod and Buz eagerly go to work for him in order to meet the local lovelies. They find the "talent scout" rather promotes a living for himself.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Keenan Wynn ... Maximillian Coyne

Lois Nettleton ... Jahala West
Shirl Conway ... Caroline Coyne
Jane Hoffman ... Mrs. Pearson
Arnold Soboloff ... Coco Girard
Elizabeth Bader ... Winnie White
Erik Silju ... Olaf
Sid Raymond ... Clerk
Dan Morgan ... Garage Owner
Fred Stromsoe ... Pool Player #3 (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: The Thin White Line

8 December 1961
Tod and Buz,in Philadelphia working as "high floor" construction workers,are at a party and Tod mistakenly drinks a beer meant for a troublemaker.The beer was laced with "an experimental chemotherapy compound" by the party givers who are college students.Tod runs out of the party as the effects of the drug begin to wreak havoc on him.He experiences heightened senses,hallucinations and paranoia.Buz and the police turn Philly upside down to find Tod before he hurts himself or others.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Murray Hamilton ... Dr. Bernard Anderson
Fred J. Scollay ... Officer Romero

Al Lewis ... Joe

Sylvia Miles ... Red

Anita Gillette ... Nancy
Doris Rich ... Tambourine Maggie
Joe Warren ... Lieutenant Walker
Gary Dubin ... Officer Warren (as Gary Michaels)

Leonardo Cimino ... Vendor
Ed Griffith ... Harold
William Hinnant ... Ray (as Bill Hinnant)

Darrell Sandeen ... Duke
Bill Tierney ... Drunk (as William Tierney)

Season 2, Episode 12: ...And the Cat Jumped Over the Moon

15 December 1961
Tod and Buz are in Philadelphia visiting a friend/mentor of Buz from his New York Hell's Kitchen days. The old friend, a social worker trying to tame a quirky local gang leader, is killed after playing a rooftop "chicken game". Tod and Buz run into major trouble after staying to help a girl whose boyfriend has left the gang.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock
Milt Kamen ... Chuck Brennan
Susan Silo ... Marva

James Caan ... Johnny Berenson (as Jimmy Caan)

Martin Sheen ... Packy Girard
Frank Campanella ... Police Captain
Herman Rudin ... Lt. Peterson
Stanley Kristien ... Phil Johnson
Teno Pollick ... Marty Kahn
Bobby Mariano ... Eddie Boyd (as Robert Mariano)
Anita Dangler ... Woman

Season 2, Episode 13: Burning for Burning

29 December 1961
Tod and Buz, working in rural Pennsylvania as handymen at a chicken ranch, become involved in the drama between the ranch's family matriarch and oldest son versus the visiting widowed wife and child of the youngest son. The family blames the widow for the son's death and are suspicious and resentful of her coming.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Inger Stevens ... Julie Brack

Beulah Bondi ... Agnes Brack

Pat Hingle ... Frank Brack
Lenka Peterson ... Beth Brack
Ann Dee ... Laura Brack

Season 2, Episode 14: To Walk with the Serpent

5 January 1962
Tod and Buz are asked by the FBI to infiltrate a nativist hate group.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Dan O'Herlihy ... John Westerbrook

Simon Oakland ... Ben Newcombe
Judson Laire ... Henry Westerbrook
Logan Ramsey ... Emery Williams

Frank Sutton ... Jack Davis

Joseph Campanella ... Perry Hall
DeAnn Mears ... Amelia Van Ness

Season 2, Episode 15: A Long Piece of Mischief

19 January 1962
Tod and Buz, in Mesquite, Texas "finishing up a 30 day job at a brick factory", meet performers at the town's rodeo. Two of the contestants hate the rodeo's clown and torment him with nasty pranks. Buz is drawn into the latest gag unknowingly and helps both the rodeo clown and a female stunt rider to find peace with themselves.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Albert Salmi ... Ollie Crump

Audrey Totter ... Babe Hunter

Ben Johnson ... Del McNab

Slim Pickens ... Jud

Denver Pyle ... Joe Wylie
Neal Gay ... Neal Gay
Sonny Dewberry ... Cowboy
Carelgean Gilley ... Cowgirl
Ray Lackland ... Announcer

Season 2, Episode 16: 1800 Days to Justice

26 January 1962
Job seeks justice in his hometown after 5 years in a Texas prison. David Job and his gang take over the scrub town, putting its kingpins and collaborators on kangaroo trial for railroading Job out, and into prison. Passersby Buz & Tod get rounded up too, with Tod assigned to act as the defense mouthpiece. As Job and local Goliath Harcourt Jr. contend over maid Marion Ross, brother Doodle Job must choose sides.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

John Ericson ... David Job

Noah Beery Jr. ... Emlyn Job (as Noah Beery)

Marion Ross ... Ann O'Neil

DeForest Kelley ... Bob Harcourt Jr.
Jack Bryan ... Doodles Job

Herb Armstrong ... Vince
Moody Blanchard ... Oliver

Roger Torrey ... Candy
Denis Adams ... Hogan
Georgine Cleveland ... Mrs. Drake
Louise Mask ... Bess

Patrick Cranshaw ... Luke (as Joseph Cranshaw)
Robert Bowen ... Bolling
Oliver McGowan ... Sheriff Hank Drake

Season 2, Episode 17: City of Wheels

2 February 1962
Todd and Buz work with wheelchair patients at a veterans hospital, where a nurse falls in love with a patient.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Steven Hill ... Frank Madera

Bethel Leslie ... Lori Barton

James T. Callahan ... Smudge Hicks (as James Callahan)

Jacqueline Scott ... Midge Duran (as Jacquelyn Scott)
John Lasell ... Dan

Henry Beckman ... Nightclub Romeo

Season 2, Episode 18: How Much a Pound Is Albatross?

9 February 1962
Tod and Buz, passing through Tucson, Arizona, encounter a sexy but odd woman. Her "albatross" (constant burden) is trying to deal with the loss of both parents, brother and sister from a ship lost at sea. Her unique way of grieving is to "experience life to its fullest but taking nothing seriously". She never realizes that taking nothing seriously also makes everything meaningless.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Julie Newmar ... Vicki Russell

Frank McHugh ... Landers

Ray Teal ... Sheriff Ames
Than Wyenn ... Judge
Med Flory ... Officer #2
Jean Engstrom ... Dr. Jane Bell
Ted Thorpe ... Shopkeeper
Phil Arnold ... Larry

George Wallace ... Harlow
Ken Strange ... Reed

Season 2, Episode 19: Aren't You Surprised to See Me?

16 February 1962
Tod and Buz are in Dallas, Texas employed at an import company. While at work, Buz is kidnapped by a religious zealot who has killed in six different cities. The mentally unbalanced man "warns" each city he visits that unless they obey the Ten Commandments for 24 hours he will have to "sacrifice" one of their citizens.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

David Wayne ... Caine

James Brown ... Captain Strode

Linda Leighton ... Receptionist (as Linda Johnson)
Dale Berry ... Lieutenant Lea
Ray Hyke ... Plainclothesman (as Ray J. Hyke)
John Benson ... Plainclothesman (as John D. Benson)
Phil Lieberman ... Officer
John G. Baugh ... Newsboy
Stockton Briggle ... Harry

K Callan ... Western Union Operator

Season 2, Episode 20: You Never Had It So Good

23 February 1962
Tod and Buz are in Phoenix, Arizona working as construction laborers with a land development company. When Tod due to his Yale background is summoned to Personnel about a job opening, Buz goes in his place in order to meet a pretty lady executive. Buz surprisingly gets the job and may have "found his place in the world". Or has he?

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Peter Graves ... Lee Fisk

Patricia Barry ... Terry Prentiss

Lynda Day George ... Bibi (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: Shoulder the Sky, My Lad

2 March 1962
Tod and Buz, working in Phoenix, Arizona as punch press operators, are befriended by their Jewish supervisor. When the kindly man is senselessly killed by muggers his 8 year old son blames God. Tod and Buz have different views of how to help the young man mourn and regain his faith.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock
Lili Darvas ... Annie Selman

Susan Gordon ... Rosie Corbello

Michael McGreevey ... Davey Selman (as Mike McGreevey)

Edward Asner ... Carl Selman
Lisabeth Hush ... Nancy

H.M. Wynant ... Rabbi Harris
Frank Leo ... Hophead

Sam Gilman ... Lieutenant Robak

Season 2, Episode 22: Blues for the Left Foot

9 March 1962
Tod and Buz are in Los Angeles working at CBS as stage hands. A dancer who Tod had a crush on during his Yale days has recently become widowed from an older star actor who was a hopeless alcoholic. Now in her late 20's, she has not worked for almost ten years. Tod and Buz help and encourage her to make a life for herself.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Elizabeth Seal ... Rosemarie Brown

Akim Tamiroff ... Sam Benjamin
Zack Matalon ... Pete Marlin

Harvey Lembeck ... Zip
Tony Monaco ... Kelly
Zeme North ... Rhoda
Larri Thomas ... Joy
Elaine Joyce ... Maxine
Joseph Mell ... Marty Epstein
Marilyn Lerner ... Receptionist
Ray Stack ... Network Executive

Season 2, Episode 23: Go Read the River

16 March 1962
Tod and Buz, still out West, are separated as Tod accepts a short term job at Lake Havasu, Arizona helping to test an experimental boat motor. The main designer is driven and totally immersed in the project - until his long-lost daughter turns up. Tod helps both the daughter and the engineer to come to grips with their lives.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

John Larch ... Sandy Mason

Lois Smith ... Dana

Russell Johnson ... Bob Keel
Frank Maxwell ... George Mills

Elizabeth MacRae ... Jean Cory

John Astin ... Benson

Harold Gould ... Edward Crane
Cathleen Cordell ... Norma Mason

Season 2, Episode 24: Even Stones Have Eyes

30 March 1962
Tod and Buz are in Austin, Texas employed as construction workers. On the job, Buz is hit on the head and nearly killed. He recovers but with a problem - he is totally blind. After initially having suicidal thoughts, Buz goes to a rural school for the blind. He slowly learns to cope with his situation and finds love as well.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Barbara Barrie ... Celia Monteros
Paul Tripp ... Frank Robinson
Booth Colman ... Dr. Snyder
Dallas Mitchell ... Chet Hollis
Dennis Hedlund ... Blind Boy at School (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: Love Is a Skinny Kid

6 April 1962
A woman in a hideous Japanese mask refuses to remove it or give her name, as she riles up a Texas town after arriving to stage a memorial for a long-dead girl. Buz is fascinated by the scorned young woman but she refuses his help.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Tuesday Weld ... Miriam Moore

Cloris Leachman ... Lydia Manning

Malcolm Atterbury ... Sheriff Jim Bruner

Harry Townes ... Jason Palmer

Margaret Phillips ... Mrs. Bainbridge
Harry Raybould ... Les Burns
Charlie Briggs ... Jed

Burt Reynolds ... Tommy
Joan Chambers ... Waitress

Veronica Cartwright ... Miriam Moore (Age 9)
Cheryl Anderson ... Janie (Age 9)
Patti Newby ... Janie (Grown-Up) (as Pat Newby)
Cece Whitney ... Woman (as Ce Ce Whitney)

Patrick Cranshaw ... Alfred (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: Kiss the Maiden All Forlorn

13 April 1962
Tod and Buz, heading toward Dallas, Texas, stop to help a girl whose car has broken down. The three are kidnapped at gunpoint, taken to a Dallas hotel and held prisoner. The kidnappers are associates of a wanted millionaire embezzler who has come back to the U.S. to stop the girl, his daughter, from becoming a nun.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Arthur Hill ... Howard Davis

Zina Bethune ... Bonnie Clayton

Douglas Fairbanks Jr. ... Charles Clayton

Beatrice Straight ... Mother Teresa

Elena Verdugo ... Elena Madragarra

James Brown ... Sheriff

Michael Tolan ... Antonio Madragarra
Duke Farley ... Editor
Bobby Hargis ... Officer (as Bobby W. Hargis)
Jim L. Howe ... Policeman
Jerry McCutchin ... Pilot
Fairfax Nisbet ... Newswoman
Leo 'Ukie' Sherin ... Lab Technician (as Leo Ukie Sherin)
Denis Adams ... Rewrite Man

Season 2, Episode 27: Two on the House

20 April 1962
Tod and Buz are in Cleveland, Ohio where they are employed as crewman on the Cuyahoga River tour boat. They are drawn into the drama surrounding a motherless, lonely son of a workaholic land developer. The boy is seemingly in danger of being harmed or kidnapped. When he does disappear the truth is soon found out by Tod and Buz.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Ralph Meeker ... Willard McIntyre

Henry Jones ... Asa Turnbull
Benedict Herrman ... Richie McIntyre (as Brad Herrman)
Patricia Smith ... Miss Evelyn Aubrey

Herb Voland ... Bill Garrison (as Herbert Voland)

Barnard Hughes ... Al Forrester
Harry Gresham ... Lamson
Duke Farley ... Joe Watt
Robert Weil ... Vendor
Lester Mack ... Bum
Katherine Meskill ... Miss Clevinger
Michael Kray ... Ferguson
Doyle Brooks ... Guard At Gate (uncredited)
Fred Stromsoe ... Delivery Van Driver (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 28: There I Am - There I Always Am

4 May 1962
Tod and Buz are staying on Catalina Island, California beach, and enjoying the Winter there. When Tod goes on an errand to Avalon, Buz settles in for an enjoyable time but an irresponsible woman creates a frenetic day for him. He must free her foot, caught in the shoreline rocks, before the engulfing tide comes in.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Joanna Moore ... Lola
Émile Genest ... Emil Barraux (as Emile Genest)
Larry Tucker ... Bumper Pool Playing Bartender (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 29: Between Hello and Goodbye

11 May 1962
Without Buz who is in hospital recuperating from a virus, Tod, in Los Angeles, recounts his brief week long encounter with two diametrically opposed sisters: Claire Richard, the brunette Plain Jane reliable one who works with him at the Pacific Ocean Park (which is only one of two part time jobs he has, the other being as a real estate agent), and Cristal Sinclair, the vivacious blonde irresponsible party girl. Their differences are a manifestation of the same upbringing of wealth, and being abandoned by their father who left the family for another woman. Although Chris is seemingly the one who requires such help, it is Claire who is in therapy, with Dr. Arthur Reisman, who nonetheless would like to see Chris. Despite being able to resist her initial advances knowing that she is not good for him, Tod falls for Chris. In doing so, Tod may unwittingly be able to start the resolution of the issues facing Claire and Chris in their relationship.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock (credit only)

Susan Oliver ... Claire Richard / Chris Sinclair

Herschel Bernardi ... Dr. Arthur Reisman
Steve Peck ... Man in Nightclub
Ralph Barnard ... Mr. Martin
Ruth Enders ... Mrs. Martin
Joan Tompkins ... Mrs. Thomas

Season 2, Episode 30: A Feat of Strength

18 May 1962
Tod in the Los Angeles area, goes to work as an aide to a wrestling promoter who is owed a debt by a lady with a husband just released from prison in Hungary. The promoter loves the woman and seeks to break up the marriage. Buz is not seen - he is in an isolation ward at Pacoima Hospital with a "mysterious virus".

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock (credit only)

Jack Warden ... Sandor Biro

Signe Hasso ... Eva Biro
Joe De Santis ... Rudy Steiner (as Joe deSantis)
Mushy Callahan ... Referee
John Zaccaro ... Vince
Dean Moray ... Small Boy
Harriet E. MacGibbon ... Nurse (as Harriet Mac Gibbon)
Jesslyn Fax ... Birdie
Norman Grabowski ... Georgie

Season 2, Episode 31: Hell Is Empty, All the Devils Are Here

25 May 1962
Tod is in Thousand Oaks, California "wrangling camels" at the Jungleland zoo. The zoo's owner has nightmares about the tiger which killed his first wife, a famous animal trainer. His second wife and Tod are puzzled as to what else he has in his thoughts. Buz is not seen - Tod mentions he has "a buddy in the Pacoima Hospital".

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock (credit only)

Peter Graves ... Peter Hale
Eva Stern ... Julie Hale
Charles H. Radilak ... Brauner (as Charles H. Radilac)

Michael Pate ... Philip Tager

Henry Beckman ... Wasson

Season 2, Episode 32: From an Enchantress Fleeing

1 June 1962
Tod, in Southern California, is working for an ultra-successful female doctor who combines psychology and dentistry. When her husband disappears, Tod is assigned to look for him. Tod does and finds an unhappy man who is tired of his wife's dominance and unwilling to live her lifestyle. Buz is not seen-or mentioned.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock (credit only)

Arthur O'Connell ... Dr. Lawrence Martin

Anne Helm ... Lorre Martin

June Vincent ... Dr. Anna Martin
Milton Selzer ... Gunther

Biff Elliot ... Ames
Mercedes Shirley ... Woman Guest
Josie Lloyd ... Janie Sanders
Robert Biheller ... Tough Kid
Thayer Roberts ... Mr. Anderson
Joyce Aehle ... Mrs. Bradley
Bobby Horan ... Mark Bradley
Brendan Dillon ... Tommy the Guard

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: One Tiger to a Hill

21 September 1962
Tod and Buz, in Astoria, Oregon, are working as crewmen on a fishing boat owned by a woman. She has a beautiful daughter who is strangely attracted to a disagreeable local fisherman. The man is haunted by a decision he made years before in WWII. When he notices Tod is interested in the girl a violent all-out feud develops.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

David Janssen ... Karno Starling

Signe Hasso ... Anna Gustafson
Laura Devon ... Toika Gustafson

Phil Chambers ... Clerk (uncredited)
Selette Cole ... Lois (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Journey to Nineveh

28 September 1962
Tod and Buz, driving through rural Missouri "about four hours out of Kansas City", decide to detour and go fishing. On the way they pick up a "Jonah" who carries "slapstick" bad luck wherever he goes. Unknowingly, he also carries an engagement ring which will determine whether or not his brother will be freed.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Joe E. Brown ... Sam Butler

Buster Keaton ... Jonah Butler

Jenny Maxwell ... Suzy Butler
Guy Raymond ... Constable

John Astin ... Gas Attendant

Edgar Buchanan ... Magistrate Abe Chumley

John Davis Chandler ... Frank Lauderbeck
John Durren ... Charlie
Virginia Rose ... Woman Driver
Russell Horton ... Jake

Season 3, Episode 3: Man Out of Time

5 October 1962
Tod and Buz, are working as taxi drivers in Chicago, Illinois. They become acquainted with a Prohibition Era beer baron just released from a 32 year prison term. Tod and Buz strongly differ in their regard for this man, who finds time has changed the people and places of his youth. However, one thing may not have changed - an old enemy.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Luther Adler ... Harry Wender

Frank McHugh ... Sandy Leeds

Bruce Gordon ... Jake

Glenda Farrell ... Laverne
Jack Hollander ... Baggage Man
Ted Gunther ... Sergeant
Harold Gary ... Manny
Tom Carlin ... Officer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Ever Ride the Waves in Oklahoma?

12 October 1962
Tod and Buz, driving up the California coast, give a ride to a surfer heading to Huntington Beach to challenge the local "king". When the surfer is killed in his attempt, Buz vows to bring the king down. It becomes a battle between Buz who is "locked into the world" and the king who has "walked away from the whole gritty world".

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Jeremy Slate ... Hob Harrell
Romney Tree ... Debbie
Bruce Watson ... Jimmy Mills
Ron Kipling ... First Surfer

James Westmoreland ... Second Surfer (as Rad Fulton)
Anthony De Mario ... Waiter (as Tony De Mario)

Dolores Michaels ... Medrith

Season 3, Episode 5: Voice at the End of the Line

19 October 1962
Tod and Buz are working in Chicago as, respectively, a motel lifeguard and a warehouse employee. Buz inadvertently helps colleagues who are playing a nasty practical joke on their supervisor; the latter, profoundly embarrassed by the intrusion into his private life, quits. Buz tries to help him regain his confidence, in part by orchestrating a meeting between the supervisor and the telephone-answering-service woman that the "joke" centered on.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Sorrell Booke ... Sam Frazier
Frank Campanella ... Jack
Martha Greenhouse ... Ruthie
Lou Gilbert ... Mr. Morgenstern
Peter Gumeny ... Roy
Mike Dana ... Charlie

Season 3, Episode 6: Lizard's Leg and Owlet's Wing

26 October 1962
Tod and Buz are working as Guest Liaisons at a motel just outside of Chicago. Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney Jr. and Peter Lorre meet there to discuss whether the old monster costumes they used in films will still scare a TV audience today. A group of Executive Secretaries meeting at the motel provide a handy "test group".

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Peter Lorre ... Peter Lorre

Lon Chaney Jr. ... Lon Chaney (as Lon Chaney)

Martita Hunt ... Mrs. Baxter

Boris Karloff ... Boris Karloff

Conrad Nagel ... Mr. Paris
Sally Gracie ... Beth Traymore

William Berger ... Mr. Charles Stevenson (as Bill Berger)

Jeannine Riley ... Molly Cross
Ralph Stantley ... Lt. Collins
Betsy Jones-Moreland ... Lila Bain

Season 3, Episode 7: Across Walnuts and Wine

2 November 1962
Tod and Buz come to Oregon City, Oregon to work in a paper mill. They rent a room in a house with a family that has "more tears than laughs". The family includes a ne'er-do-well,an occultist, an old maid teacher ,a threatening teen and a young girl. They are all pulling in different directions and accomplishing nothing.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Nina Foch ... Autumn Ely

Betty Field ... Maggie Carter

James Dunn ... Van Carter

Robert Walker Jr. ... Michael Ely (as Robert Walker)
Richard Thies ... Waldo (as Dick Thies)
Sindee Ann Richards ... Corinne Carter (as Sindee Anne Richards)

Season 3, Episode 8: Welcome to the Wedding

8 November 1962
Tod talks with a murderer in a train station, as Tod & Buz await a maid of honor for a wedding. The convict is back here in his hometown, being transferred to a distant prison, and pleads with Tod to bring his brother to the terminal, because no one in his family will visit him. Tod is touched by the bereft man, so he cabs to the brother's home, while Buz heads to the wedding.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Rod Steiger ... Justin Lezama

Edward Asner ... Custody Officer Lincoln Peers

Barbara Davis ... Emily

David Clarke ... Stanley
Penny Fuller ... Bride

Brandon Maggart ... Groom
Lorraine Rogers ... Pretty Girl

Season 3, Episode 9: Every Father's Daughter

16 November 1962
Tod and Buz are in Cleveland, Ohio working for a road construction company as laborers. Their boss encourages them to meet his attractive, yet erratic, daughter. The father has hidden from her the fact that she suffers from the same medical problem that killed her mother. An operation may or may not save her.

Season 3, Episode 10: Poor Little Kangaroo Rat

23 November 1962
Tod and Buz, traveling along the California coast, go to work as "shark hunters" for a doctor using sharks as lab specimens to study the effects of cholesterol. The doctor, working under a research grant, has an unhappy jealous wife who wants him to return to private practice. Their son is caught in the middle of the turmoil.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Leslie Nielsen ... Doc Duncan

Joanne Linville ... Helen Duncan
Maggie Pierce ... Liz Penfold

Ron Howard ... Chet Duncan (as Ronny Howard)

Season 3, Episode 11: Hey, Moth, Come Eat the Flame

30 November 1962
Tod and Buz are in St. Louis, Missouri working as laborers at a gravel quarry. They attempt to help a 13 year old boy who is a neighbor in their apartment building. The boy is living there with his widowed father, a habitual alcoholic. The man cannot seem to relate to his son and make any sense out of his life.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Harry Guardino ... Muddy Mullins

Mike Kellin ... Art Hannibal
Mickey Sholdar ... Arnie Mullins
Jennifer Billingsley ... Janie
Marilyn Rogers ... Girl
Duane Jones ... Foreman
Percy James ... Percy (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Only by Cunning Glimpses

7 December 1962
Tod and Buz,drive out of Cleveland, Ohio and a washed out bridge makes them stop and review the recent past. Why they left is explained in flashback. The predictions of a nightclub mentalist have been all too real for Tod, he has seen one after another come true. The last prediction is the scariest-his fiery killing of Buz.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

Theodore Bikel ... Dr. Anton Koseloff

Lois Smith ... Brycie Koseloff

Dan Frazer ... Drunk
Lu Leonard ... Madame Thornton
George L. Smith ... Lt. Cory

Lee Aaker ... Tony (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Where Is Chick Lorimer, Where Has She Gone?

14 December 1962
Tod, on the road to a job in St. Louis, is conned into helping a lady bail jumper escape. He vows to find her-and does in St. Charles, Missouri. A successful singer at one time, she is now a stripper. Tod finds himself irresistibly drawn to her. Buz is not seen-he is in a Cleveland hospital fighting an "echo-virus".

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock (credit only)

Vera Miles ... Ellen Barnes

Martha Scott ... Ruth O'Brien

Frank Overton ... Peter Graham

Robert Emhardt ... Jackson Harris
Brenda Scott ... Joannie
Stephen Brooks ... Ralph
John Marriott ... Old Man
Fred Stromsoe ... Gas station mechanic (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: Give the Old Cat a Tender Mouse

21 December 1962
Tod driving toward Memphis, Tennessee sees old love interest Vicki Russell speeding by and pursues her. He does not know she is going there to meet someone "as impulsive and undisciplined as herself"-and get married. Buz is not seen-he is in Cleveland at Mercy Hospital with "echo-virus" (ringing in the ears).

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock (credit only)

Julie Newmar ... Vicki Russell

Robert Webber ... Franck Bridenbaugh

Natalie Schafer ... Emily Bridenbaugh

Murray Matheson ... John Bridenbaugh
Lou Criscuolo ... Pogo Popkin (as Louis Criscuolo)
Dick Sabol ... Policeman

Season 3, Episode 15: A Bunch of Lonely Pagliaccis

4 January 1963
Tod is employed as a general factotum for an award winning novelist, in Hernando, Mississippi. He is a minor bystander in the story of the author's daughter who murders her husband. Her motive for the killing is unknown and a bombshell when revealed. Buz is not seen - he is "healing" in an unnamed location.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock (credit only)

Barry Sullivan ... Warren Barr

Warren Stevens ... Leslie Stone

Vivian Blaine ... Dixie Martin
James Leo Herlihy ... Jimmy Russell
Mary Munday ... Cora Parkes

Kelly Jean Peters ... Marion (as Carol Jean Peters)
Allen Bates ... Gus
Ben Branch ... Oliver
Laura Devon ... Beth Chance
Russ Hodge ... WREC-TV Reporter (uncredited)
Fred Stromsoe ... Larry Chance (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: You Can't Pick Cotton in Tahiti

11 January 1963
Tod, in Chisholm, Tennessee working at a cotton gin, meets another "Yankee". He is a nomadic Hollywood song writer who has stopped in town looking for new material. The outsider is not popular with some of the locals and Tod becomes his reluctant protector. Buz is not seen, he is "thinking about girls again" while in an unnamed hospital.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock (credit only)

Richard Basehart ... Julian Roebuck
Jena Engstrom ... Elva Dupree
William Bramlette ... Skeeter
Richard Shannon ... Mr. Dupree
Adrienne Marden ... Mrs. Dupree
Pat Malone ... Pappy French

Season 3, Episode 17: A Gift for a Warrior

18 January 1963
Tod and Buz, about to enter Mexico from California, encounter a young man who is there to meet his American father for the first time. The father was in Germany 18 years before as a WWII G.I. and has no idea what he is about to encounter - or that he even has a son. Buz disappears permanently with no explanation after this episode.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock

James Whitmore ... Ralph Vincent

Carolyn Kearney ... Norma Vincent

Lars Passgård ... Eric (as Lars Passgaard)

Don Diamond ... Manuel
Lyle Latell ... Deputy
Tanigoshi ... Japanese Worker
Fletcher Allen ... Truck Driver
Hans Difflipp ... Second Mate
Willy Kaufman ... Ship's Cook (as Willy Kaufmann)

Dick Wilson ... Security Guard

Season 3, Episode 18: Suppose I Said I Was the Queen of Spain

8 February 1963
Tod, now alone and working in the Los Angeles area as an oil field laborer, meets the girl of his dreams. She is attractive, playful and intelligent but evasive. After his credit card turns up missing, Tod begins to unravel the mystery and finds the dream has turned into a nightmare - and three different people.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock (credit only)

Lois Nettleton ... Isabelle

Robert Duvall ... Lee Winters

Philip Abbott ... Lieutenant Cook

Harvey Korman ... Mr. Mills
Frederic Downs ... Reverend Brenton
Cece Whitney ... Waitress Ethel (as Ce Ce Whitney)
Jerry Hausner ... Auctioneer
Suzanne Ried ... Cashier
Dale Johnson ... Maitre D'

Season 3, Episode 19: Somehow It Gets to Be Tomorrow

15 February 1963
Tod, still alone,travels to Corpus Christi, Texas for a job at a grain processing plant and encounters a thieving 13 year old boy. The boy and his sister are orphans who dislike their foster parents and are looking for a new life in a different town-and a father figure. Tod is a possible candidate.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock (credit only)

Martin Balsam ... Evan Corelli

Roger Mobley ... Joby Paxton

Leslye Hunter ... Susie Paxton
Bill Southern ... Burton Conwell
Dell Aldrich ... Mrs. Conwell
G.K. Stubbs ... Auctioneer

Charles Horvath ... Man in Bar (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: ...Shall Forfeit His Dog and Ten Shillings to the King

22 February 1963
Tod, still alone, is working in Apache Junction, Arizona at a dog racing track. When two men rob and kill the owner, Tod joins the posse trailing into the desert/mountains. The hidden reason for the crime eventually comes out and makes Tod wonder "can people only make themselves important at the expense of others?".

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

George Maharis ... Buz Murdock (credit only)

Steve Cochran ... Hank Saxon

Kathleen Crowley ... Diana Kirk
Med Flory ... Terry

L.Q. Jones ... Babe

Gary Cockrell ... Landers
Bern Bassey ... Del Pasado

Barbara Shelley ... Jeannie

John Anderson ... General Scranton

James Brown ... Sheriff Jimmy Haskell

Season 3, Episode 21: In the Closing of a Trunk

8 March 1963
Tod, still alone and wintering in the Texas gulf working on a ferry. A woman returns to the area after spending 27 yrs in prison for murdering her father. She has come to find her son and the woman's uncle convinces her that Tod is her son. Tod is kind to her but is not aware of just how fragile her state of mind is.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Ed Begley ... Kyle Hawkes

Ruth Roman ... Alma Hawkes

Don Dubbins ... Mattie Hawkes
Guy Raymond ... Arty
Harry Hickox ... Man #1
Jon Lormer ... Man #2

Season 3, Episode 22: The Cage Around Maria

15 March 1963
Tod, still alone, is in Texas working as a tour guide at the Houston Zoo. He rescues a dazed young woman from the bear "pit". Later she explains to Tod that she made a spectacle of herself in order to find someone to help her. She suspects her penniless stepfather has attempted to kill her wealthy mother-and will try again.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Elizabeth Ashley ... Maria Cardenas
Mario Alcalde ... Juan De Amundo

Beatrice Straight ... Elena De Amundo

Peter Brocco ... Dr. Burton
Charles Brown ... Policeman
Moultrie Patten ... Attorney
John Goyen ... Desk Sergeant

Season 3, Episode 23: Fifty Miles from Home

22 March 1963
Tod, still alone, is in Houston working at SE Texas University as a gym manager. When much decorated Viet Nam vet Lincoln Case is "hoo-rahed" by members of the basketball team, the "ticking time bomb" violently retaliates. Tod seeks revenge and after a brutal fistfight both men come to an understanding. "Linc" vows to "search this country for a meaning to life".

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Susan Oliver ... Willow

Robert Emhardt ... Beale

Linda Watkins ... Mrs. Case
Berkeley Harris ... Robbie Beale
Wade Graham ... Jimmie (uncredited)

Bert Remsen ... Army Sergeant (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: Narcissus on an Old Red Fire Engine

29 March 1963
Tod and new friend/traveling companion (Lincoln Case) are in Galveston, Texas working as laborers at a cotton processing plant. Linc is "knocked out" by a kooky girl he meets in a seamy Greek fisherman's bar. Something in her past has scared and scarred her. What she wants out of life is unknown - even to herself.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Anne Helm ... Janie Nickerson

Alan Hale Jr. ... Mr. Nickerson (as Alan Hale)
Phyllis Hill ... Mrs. Nickerson
Pat Renella ... Paul

Nick Dimitri ... Nick
Warren J. Kemmerling ... Police Chief W.J. Burns (as Warren Kemmerling)
James O'Hara ... Bill Caldwell
Fred Stromsoe ... Fighter on Balcony (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 25: The Cruelest Sea of All

5 April 1963
Tod and Linc are in Crystal River, Florida working at Weeki Wachee "the Spring of Live Mermaids". Tod is the only "merman" amongst 30 "mermaids" entertaining tourists. He meets an odd newcomer. She is a tireless swimmer with abnormal lung capacity and a murky background. Tod wonders is it all a put-on or is she a real mermaid?

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Diane Baker ... Elissa

Edward Binns ... Donald McTaggart

Paula Stewart ... Anne Bradley
Jack Stamberger ... Paul Stace
Peggy Workinger ... Woman Clerk

Season 3, Episode 26: Peace, Pity, Pardon

12 April 1963
Tod and Linc in Tampa, Florida find that their rooming house neighbor is not simply a part of professional jai lai. He is also an anti-Castro freedom fighter and a wanted man in Cuba. Linc sympathizes with the fellow "soldier" and agrees to help him on his next mission-the liberation of his son from Castro's Cuba.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Alejandro Rey ... Quiepo Varella

Michael Tolan ... Largo Varella
Victor Junquera ... Ramos Varella (as Victor Gabriel Junquera)
Bibi Osterwald ... Mrs. Foglesong
Coco Ramirez ... Citrianc
Linda Bruhl ... Carlota Varella
Jose Duvall ... Boat Captain (as Jose Duval)
Carlos Gonzales ... Julio

Season 3, Episode 27: What a Shining Young Man Was Our Gallant Lieutenant

26 April 1963
Tod and Linc, in the Tampa, Florida area, visit Linc's former platoon leader. Unknown to Linc,the one-time peerless leader has suffered a brain injury which has reduced him mentally to a child. The sad story does not affect Linc's loyalty to the man but frustrates Tod when Linc decides to stay and help.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Dick York ... Lieutenant School
Jane Rose ... Mrs. School

James Brown ... Paul School

John Litel ... Mr. School

James Olson ... Thad School
Dianne Ramey ... Beth Pritchard
Arnold Soboloff ... Dock Foreman
Carol Ann Lewis ... Barmaid (as Carole Ann Lewis)

Season 3, Episode 28: But What Do You Do in March?

3 May 1963
Tod and Linc are in Tierra Verde, Florida working for a housing tract developer. Due to a boating incident they meet "two little rich girls". Competitors since childhood, they make full use of Tod and Linc in their latest contest-a powerboat race. Linc takes "his girl" seriously and Tod can clearly see what it will lead to.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Janice Rule ... Sidney Brookes

Susan Kohner ... Midge Pierrepont
Kay Medford ... Woman

Paul Reed ... Husband
Sammy Shore ... Bix

Alex Cord ... Raymond (as Alex Viespi)

Guy Lombardo ... Guy Lombardo
Carmen Lombardo ... Carmen Lombardo
Chuck Bruce ... Lifeguard
Michelle Leonard ... Little Girl
Stephanie Leonard ... Little Girl

Season 3, Episode 29: Who Will Cheer My Bonnie Bride

10 May 1963
Tod and Linc driving to Cape Coral, Florida run out of gas. Linc goes for help and is "aided" by two men who involve him in a stick-up and shooting. Despite being part of a statewide manhunt, Linc offers first aid to one of the men who has been shot. The two men (and Linc) then continue on to their original destination - a wedding!

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Rip Torn ... Alvah Clayhorne

Albert Salmi ... Charley Breadloaf
Chris Gampel ... Sheriff Lemoine (as C.M. Gampel)

Gene Hackman ... Motorist
Marilyn Lovell ... Motel Cashier (as Marilynn Lovell)

George Mathews ... Mr. McGinley
Dick Thies ... Deputy Keefer
Dan Morgan ... Bellhop
Carol Shands ... Lucy Joy McGinley
Chuck Ross ... Motel Manager
Joe Young ... Eubanks Sheriff
Max Kleven ... Deputy at Roadblock (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 30: Shadows of an Afternoon

17 May 1963
Tod and Linc in Punta Gorda, Florida are working at a Shell plant. They are living at a rented house and responsible for lawn/garden work and the family dog. The dog becomes injured and a respected neighbor accuses Linc of having "cut the dog with pruning shears". Linc is arrested and assumed guilty by the angry townsfolk.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Ralph Meeker ... Parker Smith

Miriam Hopkins ... Leona Bowers
Kathryn Hays ... Judith Kane

Michael Conrad ... Deputy Sam Harris
Richard Hamilton ... Walt Miller

Nydia Westman ... Mrs. LeMay
Dorothy Sands ... Mrs. Malcomb
Cliff Hall ... Judge Benton
Roy Fant ... Mr. Bell

Philip Bruns ... Carl

Richard Mulligan ... County Prosecutor
Clifford A. Pellow ... 2nd Deputy (as Clifford Pellow)
Diane Higgins ... Rachel
Valerie Trill ... Carla
Francie Meyers ... Kimberly Jo

Season 3, Episode 31: Soda Pop and Paper Flags

31 May 1963
Tod and Linc are en route from St. Louis to Memphis, Tennessee. They stop in Mapleton, Mo., for gas. Tod defends a transient hobo from troublemakers. Deciding to stay, Tod & Linc go to work for a rubber processing plant. Later when the hobo is accused by a mob of vigilantes of bringing a sleeping virus into town Tod once again helps him.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Chester Morris ... Emmett McNeill

Frank Overton ... Andy Ferguson

Clifton James ... George Simmons

Tom Bosley ... Jim Horst

Joseph Campanella ... Whit Spencer

Marco St. John ... Johnnie Simmons

Alan Alda ... Dr. Glazer
Tommy Norden ... Pete Ferguson (as Thomas Norden)
John Bartley Messenger ... Don Simmons

Bruce Glover ... Truck Driver

Season 4

Season 4, Episode 1: Two Strangers and an Old Enemy

27 September 1963
Tod and Linc, in Cape Coral, Florida working for an air service, search for the owner-missing with his plane in swampland. As the story unfolds it is revealed that the owner, a WWII air ace, was never able to adjust to non-hero civilian life. The unhappy saga includes the man's ex-wife and one-time enemy.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Sessue Hayakawa ... Takasuka

Jack Warden ... Major Barben

Nancy Wickwire ... Vi Barben

James Brown ... Royce

Dan Frazer ... 1st Reporter

Anthony Zerbe ... 2nd Reporter
Jamie Smith ... Deputy
Joseph Leon ... Cameraman

Season 4, Episode 2: Same Picture, Different Frame

4 October 1963
Tod and Linc are in Poland Spring, Maine working at a children's Summer Camp. Linc acts as protector for one of the Camp counselors, an older lady, who has become frightened by the threat of her escaped mental patient husband. Tod, meanwhile, has his hands full warding off the advances of a teenage attendee at the Camp.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Joan Crawford ... Morgan Harper

Patrick O'Neal ... Eric

Tom Bosley ... Dr. Sumner Klein

Charles White ... George Evans
Matt Crowley ... Mr. Spence
Jacqueline Courtney ... Binky Klein
Griff Evans ... Leo
Arthur Anderson ... Deputy Stone
George Lambert ... Sheriff
Fritzi Jane Courtney ... Librarian (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are!

11 October 1963
Tod and Linc, in the Poland Spring, Maine area, are working at a saw mill. Linc has found a girl he is madly in love with. She seems interested in him as well but oddly "wants to save him the trouble of being hurt" and pursues another man. The man brings her to realize that she has no idea of what she wants out of life.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Diane Baker ... Marie Duplessis

Lon Chaney Jr. ... Poppa Duplessis (as Lon Chaney)

Alex Cord ... Jack (as Alex Viespi)
Albert Henderson ... Bartender
Peter Gumeny ... Card Dealer
Fred Stromsoe ... Fighter in Bar (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Where Are the Sounds of Celli Brahms?

18 October 1963
Tod and Linc, working in Minneapolis, Minnesota at a luxury hotel, are both amused and irritated victims of a female efficiency expert. She is a driven high-strung workaholic perfectionist with few social skills. Recognition of her regulated life and it's flaws are something she has never noticed.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Tammy Grimes ... Celli Brahms

Horace McMahon ... Harry Fenton

Harry Bellaver ... Shagbag

Kelly Jean Peters ... Valerie Mills (as Kelly Peters)
William Post Jr. ... Mr. Savel
Joseph Leon ... Theodore
Fred Stromsoe ... Hotel Bellman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: Build Your Houses with Their Backs to the Sea

25 October 1963
Tod and Linc, in Maine, encounter a "long-lost son". Tod works with the man's abandoned wife, Linc with the man's hated father. The son has old grudges and cannot be reasoned with. He is especially obsessed with doing his father harm and causes a violent feud before challenging his father to a fight to the death.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Pat Hingle ... Thayer Faxon

William Shatner ... Menemsha Faxon

Audra Lindley ... Abigail Faxon
Robert Dryden ... Hollis

Louise Sorel ... Ella
Griff Evans ... Mayhew
Don McHenry ... Rolly
Bill Jessome ... David
Lloyd R. Knight ... Samuel
Thomas J. McCormack ... Constable
Kevin Lee Smith ... Menemsha Faxon (baby) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: And Make Thunder His Tribute

1 November 1963
Tod and Linc,in the Minneapolis, Minnesota area,find work with an eccentric farmer. He is at odds with his son about using any new farming ideas and actually uses a shotgun for noise to scare birds away from his crop. The son and he escalate the battle between them over the possible use of the farm as the site of a motel.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

J. Carrol Naish ... Mike Donato

Alfred Ryder ... Joe Sky

Lou Antonio ... Tony Donato

Michael J. Pollard ... Vinny

Linda Marsh ... Jenny Donato
Thomas A. Carlin ... Mr. Whitney

Season 4, Episode 7: The Stone Guest

7 November 1963
Tod and Linc working in the Central City, Colorado area; Tod backstage with a theater group and Linc in a mine with an old Vietnam buddy. Linc's friend and a visiting woman become trapped in the mine after a cave-in. The sad lives of the two are reviewed as rescue workers try to get to them before their oxygen runs out.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Jo Van Fleet ... Hazel Quine

Lee Philips ... Ben Belden
Christopher Votos ... David Belden
William Cort ... Jimmy Quine

Brooke Bundy ... Sue Quine

Harold Gould ... Doctor
Oliver McGowan ... Sheriff

Crahan Denton ... Charley Praeger

Marion Ross ... Nora Belden

Season 4, Episode 8: I Wouldn't Start from Here

15 November 1963
Tod and Linc, driving through rural Vermont, become lost and have car trouble. They encounter an elderly farmer who helps them. He is widowed with no children and lives with no conveniences such as electricity or telephone. Sadly,his method of making a living and his existence are doomed by the modern world.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case
Parker Fennelly ... Arthur Perham

Rosemary Forsyth ... Claire Leventhal

Howard Freeman ... Frank Bell
John Gibson ... Newton Wheeler

Season 4, Episode 9: A Cage in Search of a Bird

29 November 1963
Tod and Linc, in Denver, Colorado, become involved in the story of an Depression Era bank robber and a pretty young woman. The robber, never caught and now an old man, has selected her to report his crime and collect the reward in order to give her "a fresh start". Her former "business partner" and the passing of time complicate things.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Dan Duryea ... Jay Leonard Ringsby

Stefanie Powers ... Julie Severn

Alex Cord ... Rick Decatur (as Alex Viespi)

Bert Remsen ... Police Officer
Donald J. Finnie ... Mr. Blees
Betty Mumey ... Waitress

Season 4, Episode 10: A Long Way from St. Louie

6 December 1963
Tod and Linc, sightseeing in Toronto, Canada,make the acquaintance of a female jazz band. The attractive women are from St. Louis and are stranded without funds. Linc attempts to help them find work so they can afford passage to return home. Tod is not enthusiastic about getting involved. A local Romeo/pilot is.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Jessica Walter ... Liz Marshall
Virginia Wing ... Gyo

Lynda Day George ... Allison (as Lynda Day)
Susan Ringwood ... Daphne

Patricia Harty ... Chops

Al Lewis ... Walt
Hedley Mattingly ... Foxglove

Season 4, Episode 11: Come Home Greta Inger Gruenschaffen

13 December 1963
Tod and Linc are in Mount Snow,Vermont employed at the Snow Lake Lodge Motel. An attractive "escapee" of the Buffalo, NY Chapter of "The League For Physical Revelation" is of interest to both Tod and Linc. Chosen by her group to promote physical fitness worldwide,she actually is more concerned about her love life.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Tammy Grimes ... Greta Inger Gruenschaffen

Chad Everett ... Heiss Horgal
William LeMassena ... Mr. Spofford (as William Le Massena)
Lou Criscuolo ... Detective (as Louis Criscuolo)
Olga Fabian ... Mrs. Horgal

Bruce Glover ... Helicopter Pilot
Marguerite Lenert ... Lady Clerk

Season 4, Episode 12: 93 Percent in Smiling

20 December 1963
Tod and Linc are in Erie Canal,New York working in construction and living in a "mobile home court". Their know-it-all neighbor, who has moved his family to various cities because he cannot hold a job, suffers when his baby son disappears. Linc, playing detective, finds out the man's other two children are the cause.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Albert Salmi ... Aaron Kronberg
John Howell ... Howard Kronberg
Susan Howell ... Pansy Kronberg
Olga Bellin ... Min Kronberg

Jean Stapleton ... Mrs. Snyder
Sudie Bond ... Saleslady
Dennis Scott ... Billy Hinckley
James Mishler ... Detective
Paul Larson ... Kurt Haskell
Chase Crosley ... Mrs. Craven

Season 4, Episode 13: Child of a Night

3 January 1964
Tod and Linc driving through rural Georgia witness the crash of a plane and speak to the dying survivor. A man asks them to go to Savannah and find a woman he met 25 years before and had a child with. He wants a money belt with $38,000 given to the child. Tod and Linc agree to help and find that the search is painful.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Sylvia Sidney ... Lonnie Taylor

Chester Morris ... Mr. Hull

Diana Van der Vlis ... Nita Hull

Herschel Bernardi ... Gerald Ward
Robert Dryden ... Attorney Warren

Percy Rodrigues ... Harry (as Percy Rodriguez)

Joanna Pettet ... Millie Wilkins

Daniel J. Travanti ... Marty Johnson (as Dan Travanty)
Joseph Hanrahan ... Richard Brace
Grace Carney ... Mrs. Barber

Season 4, Episode 14: Is It True There Are Poxies at the Bottom of Landfair Lake?

10 January 1964
Tod and Linc, employed by a sign company in Savannah, deliver a neon sign to tiny Clausen, Ga., and a recently discharged Army vet intentionally damages it. Tod and Linc stay to repair the sign and find out why the man did it. Afterward, Tod offers him this advice - "when you get burned, scream and learn to live with it".

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Geoffrey Horne ... Simon Devereaux

Collin Wilcox Paxton ... Diana (as Collin Wilcox)

Crahan Denton ... Amos Devereaux

Graham Jarvis ... Jensen Denker

E.J. Peaker ... Olivia Devereaux

Darby Hinton ... Max
Joe Warren ... Sheriff (as Joseph Warren)
Charles Welch ... Jake (as Charles C. Welch)
Harry Gresham ... Tom
Allen Nourse ... Harry
Lester Mack ... Grillo

Season 4, Episode 15: Like This It Means Father... Like This - Bitter... Like This - Tiger...

17 January 1964
Tod and Linc are employed at a plant in Savannah, Georgia. In a bar after work, Tod sees Linc violently attack a man seemingly for no reason. Later it comes out that this man's cowardice caused the death of two men in Linc's Viet Nam unit. The man received no punishment for his behavior and Linc wants justice.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case
Larry Blyden ... Cam Wilcox
Frances Helm ... Edith Wilcox

Eugene Roche ... Mr. King
Clifford A. Pellow ... Charlie the Bartender (as Clifford Pellow)
Bill Lazarus ... Eddie Winston
James Dimitri ... Harry Comenzo
Leonard Hicks ... Detective

Ramon Bieri ... Man in Bar
Joe Ponazecki ... Man in Bar
Donald Losby ... Vic Wilcox

Season 4, Episode 16: Kiss the Monster - Make Him Sleep

24 January 1964
Tod and Linc are in Minneapolis working in Construction on a River Lock Project. Linc becomes "involved" with the sister of their boss. She resents her brother being overprotective and buying off her men friends. Linc tries to help her make it on her own but later finds she has neuroses involving dependency and nymphomania.

Season 4, Episode 17: Cries of Persons Close to One

31 January 1964
Tod and Linc, driving along the Eastern Coast of Florida, make the acquaintance of an uneducated alcoholic boxer and his faithful girlfriend after a melee. While Tod is hardly sympathetic, Linc is and after offering his help to the couple, Linc even goes as far as to substitute for the fighter in a boxing match!

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Michael Parks ... John Frank
Ellen Madison ... Gaybee

Michael Baseleon ... Blair
Ken Strange ... Motorcycle Policeman
Frank Tweddell ... Schoolteacher

James Farentino ... Perry Baker

Alix Elias ... Carhop

James Brown ... Mr. Newton

Season 4, Episode 18: Who in His Right Mind Needs a Nice Girl

7 February 1964
Tod and Linc, in Daytona, Florida, befriend a shy librarian. She seems to be bothered by a drifter who they escort out of town. Unknown to them, she is attracted to the man and offers herself totally to him when he returns to town. When the news reveals that the man is wanted for murder Tod and Linc find the girl is missing.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Lee Philips ... Joe

Lois Smith ... Lucy Brown

Ruth McDevitt ... Mrs. Harris

Dan Frazer ... Bob Richards

Elizabeth MacRae ... Betty
Kim Dickens ... Little Girl in Library (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 19: This Is Going to Hurt Me More Than It Hurts You

14 February 1964
Tod and Linc, in St. Augustine, Florida, run into a friend of Tod's from his college days at Yale. The friend is wealthy with a strange way of seeking eligible candidates for marriage. Deciding a true test would involve having the women meet someone even wealthier, he hatches an idea - TOD will play the wealthier man.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Soupy Sales ... Harlan Livingston III
Bibi Osterwald ... Mrs. Hunter

Roland Winters ... Dr. Frank Hillman

Dawn Nickerson ... Doree Hunter

Lee Meriwether ... Jeanelle
Carol Ann Lewis ... Cindy (as Carole Ann Lewis)
Lorraine Rogers ... Andrea
Roger Pugh ... Business Assistant (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 20: Follow the White Dove with the Broken Wing

21 February 1964
A disturbed teenager's isolation and frustration lead him into accidentally killing his only friend.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case
Lee Kinsolving ... Walter Reston

Bert Freed ... Captain West

Grayson Hall ... Mrs. Reston
Mart Hulswit ... Warren

Victor Arnold ... Arthur Santos
Rose Gregorio ... Mrs. Santos
Jacqueline Courtney ... Yvonne
Will Mackenzie ... Grigsby
Carole Demas ... Hilda

Season 4, Episode 21: Where There's a Will, There's a Way: Part One

6 March 1964
Tod and Linc, now working in Tampa, Florida, encounter a remarkable family of oddballs who have gathered there for a funeral and the reading of a will.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Roger C. Carmel ... Otis Tiffin

Alex Cord ... Michael Tiffin (as Alex Viespi)

Nina Foch ... Samantha

Patrick O'Neal ... Leon Tiffin

Chill Wills ... Monty Musgrave

Barbara Eden ... Margo Tiffin

Louis Zorich ... Sergei
Victor Junquera ... Lieutenant (as Victor Gabriel Junquera)
Hugh Hurd ... Thomboli
Rene Paul ... European Man
Richard Kuss ... Driver

Season 4, Episode 22: Part Two: Where There's a Will, There's a Way

13 March 1964
Tod and Linc find the end of the road is Tampa,Florida. The four year journey of "trying to catch a star" and "finding a place in this world" has been accomplished for one of them. Ironically,they both travel to Houston,Texas at the conclusion of this episode-but not together.

Martin Milner ... Tod Stiles

Glenn Corbett ... Linc Case

Barbara Eden ... Margo Stiles

Roger C. Carmel ... Otis Tiffin

Alex Cord ... Michael Tiffin (as Alex Viespi)

Nina Foch ... Samantha

Patrick O'Neal ... Leon Tiffin

Chill Wills ... Monty Musgrave

Season 4, Episode 23: I'm Here to Kill a King

20 March 1964
Tod and Linc, working at Niagara Falls, find some odd incidents puzzling. Tod eventually learns he has a double who looks and sounds exactly like him. The "evil twin" is a cold blooded hit man with the assignment of killing a visiting Arab king. Tod is kidnapped and his job at the Falls used as a venue for the hit.

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