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Season: 1 | 2
Year: 1961 | 1962 | 1963


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Who's for Swordfish?

17 September 1961
In the pilot, the boys are desperate to angle for swordfish. After shift-swapping with the entire precinct and avoiding any issuance of tickets (to avert court duty), will they go?
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Ralph Stantley ... Harold Conroy
Albert Henderson ... Officer Dennis O'Hara (as Al Henderson)
Sybil Lamb ... Helen O'Hara

Nipsey Russell ... Officer Dave Anderson
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson
Jerome Guardino ... Officer Antonnucci
Joe Warren ... Officer Joe Steinmetz
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wally Wallace
Duke Farley ... Officer Reilly
Shelley Burton ... Officer Murdock
Jim Gormley ... Officer Nelson
Milo Boulton ... Inspector
Jock McGraw ... Fishing Captain
Nathaniel Frey ... Sgt. Sol Abrahms

Season 1, Episode 2: Something Nice for Sol

24 September 1961
Gunther Toody drives the entire station batty chairing the committee to get everyone's favorite desk Sgt. Sol Abrams a surprise 25 year present. Toody keeps changing his little mind seeking the perfect gift, and insists on parliamentary procedure for meetings. Abrams' sore feet confine him to desk work, so he worries that it'll be 25 and out, if the brass find out how bad the precinct's sweetheart's hurting.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Mark Dawson ... Lieutenant Corbett
Nathaniel Frey ... Sgt. Sol Abrams
Gerald Hiken ... Webster - Orthopedist
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Bernard West ... Haberdasher Harry (as Bernie West)
Mildred Clinton ... Sandra Abrams
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wallace (as Fred O'Neal)
Albert Henderson ... Officer Steinmetz
Joe Warren ... Dubrow (as Joseph Warren)
Harold Norman ... Reilly

Nipsey Russell ... Officer Dave Anderson (as Nipsy Russell)
Jerome Guardino ... Officer Antonnucci
Michael Gorrin ... Painter (as Mike Gorrin)
Diana Deer ... Dowager (as Diane Deering)
Bryant Fraser ... Boy
Janet Fox ... Mother
Lou Polan ... Kissell
Charles Mayer ... Store Proprietor
Duke Farley ... Policeman
Judith Lowry ... Woman in Shoe Store (as Judith Lowery)
Elba Ocampo ... Spanish Woman
Tony Corrado ... Poolroom Proprietor (as Tony Carrado)
Jim Gormley ... Officer Nelson (uncredited)
George Kane ... Officer Murdock (uncredited)
David Kurlan ... Officer Kissel (uncredited)
Mel Stewart ... Officer Garfield (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Home Sweet Sing Sing

1 October 1961
The boys use extraordinary techniques to rehabilitate a recently released petty thief. Unfortunately, Benny has other ideas.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Gene Baylos ... Benny
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Ruth Masters ... Mrs. Muldoon
Nathaniel Frey ... Sgt. Sol Abrams
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wallace
Albert Henderson ... Officer Dennis O'Hara (as Al Henderson)
Jerome Guardino ... Officer Antonnucci

Nipsey Russell ... Officer Dave Anderson
Mildred Clinton ... Mrs. Abrams
Michael Vale ... Klein
Shelley Burton ... Officer Murdock
Edwin Bruce ... Nephew
George McCoy ... Detective (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Change Your Partner

8 October 1961
Toody and Muldoon's 9 blissful years as partners stun a researcher who finds the average prowl car pair last only 16 months before screaming to be switched. If the NYPD management engineer can discover their secret and replicate it, that'll save the blue brass many headaches. But Gunther and Francis' precinct mates don't want to know what actually goes on in Car 54, or even worse: can New York's finest clone empty-headed chatterbox Toody and somber, cerebral Muldoon ?
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Ruth Masters ... Mrs. Muldoon
Nathaniel Frey ... Sgt. Sol Abrams
Dan Frazer ... Police Chief R. D. Bradley
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wallace
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson

Bruce Glover ... Officer Reilly
Joe Warren ... Officer Steinmetz

Nipsey Russell ... Officer Dave Anderson
Jim Gormley ... Officer Nelson

Bruce Kirby ... Officer Hamilton
Phil Kennedy ... Lt. Benton
Albert Henderson ... Officer Dennis O'Hara (as Al Henderson)
Shelley Burton ... Officer Murdock
Jerome Guardino ... Officer Antonnucci
Duke Farley ... Clerk
Arthur Anderson ... Clerk Logan

Season 1, Episode 5: I Won't Go

15 October 1961
Introducing Mrs. Bronson, the sweet Jewish grandmother confounding the boys at the 53rd as well as New York City's bureaucracy.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Molly Picon ... Mrs. Rachel Bronson
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block

Al Lewis ... Al Spencer
Maurice Shrog ... Ellison - NYC Highway Commission

John O'Leary ... Georgie Carmody
Matt Crowley ... NYC Public Works Commissioner Brady
Dave Kerman ... Berger
Van Dexter ... Birchfield - NYC Public Works Dept.
Walter Arnold ... Dep. Insp, Leonard O'Malley
Mona Moore ... NYC Health Dept. Inspector Mary Henderson
Vincent Lynch ... Boy
Douglas Herrick ... Grandfather Martin
Milo Boulton ... O'Malley
Will Hussung ... Benton

Season 1, Episode 6: Muldoon's Star

22 October 1961
Toody convinces 'Tessie the Torso', a buxom sex-symbol, to stay at Francis's mother's house. It turns out, Muldoon is a huge fan.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Lisa Loughlin ... Tessie
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block (credit only)
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Ruth Masters ... Mrs. Muldoon
Nancy Donohue ... Cathy Muldoon
Helene Parker ... Peggy Muldoon
Tom Ahearne ... Police Captain (uncredited)
Amelie Barleon ... Old Woman #1 (uncredited)
Bill Cameron ... Al (uncredited)
Arthur Clark ... Newscaster (uncredited)
Sally Demay ... Old Woman #2 (uncredited)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Albert Henderson ... Officer Dennis O'Hara (uncredited)
Wood Romoff ... Verdon (uncredited)
Joe Warren ... Officer Joe Steinmetz (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: The Paint Job

29 October 1961
A car thieving ring is using an auto body shop to paint stolen cars and resell them. The 53rd is down to only two patrol cars, so the boys are desperate to keep their beloved car 54. When it's damaged by a pulled-over driver, they take it to the same repair shop.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Harry Gresham ... Lucas

Al Lewis ... Al
Al Nesor ... Lefty

Billy Sands ... Lou (as William E. Sands)
Jimmy Archer ... Tough Man (uncredited)
Shelley Burton ... Officer Murdock (uncredited)
Everett Everett ... Honest Uncle Joe - Car Theft Ring Leader (uncredited)
Allan Frank ... Man (uncredited)
Nathaniel Frey ... Sgt. Sol Abrams (uncredited)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Larry Gaynes ... Young Man (uncredited)
Jim Gormley ... Officer Nelson (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Albert Henderson ... Officer Dennis O'Hara (uncredited)
Stella Longo ... Woman (uncredited)
John Murphy ... Bobby Sterling (uncredited)
Iris Paul ... Leona - Car Ring Thief (uncredited)
Maria Pinckard ... Old Lady (uncredited)

Nipsey Russell ... Officer Dave Anderson (uncredited)
Sonnie Sands ... Man (uncredited)
Claire Waring ... Middle Aged Woman (uncredited)
Joe Warren ... Officer Joe Steinmetz (uncredited)
Wayne Wilson ... Old Man (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Love Finds Muldoon

5 November 1961
Lucille plays matchmaker for Francis.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Alice Ghostley ... Bonita Kalsheim
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Ruth Masters ... Mrs. Muldoon
Nancy Donohue ... Cathy Muldoon
Helene Parker ... Peggy Muldoon
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
K. Kadison ... Ed - counterman (uncredited)

Nipsey Russell ... Officer Dave Anderson (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: The Gypsy Curse

12 November 1961
The boys are told to shut down a gypsy ripoff artist, and when they do, the gypsy puts a curse on Toody.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Maureen Stapleton ... Gypsy Woman
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson
Martha Greenhouse ... Rose Henderson

Nipsey Russell ... Officer Dave Anderson
Ivy Allen ... Lupesko Daughter (uncredited)
Maurice Brenner ... Kramer - Gypsy Victim (uncredited)
Lance Cunard ... Griswald (uncredited)
George Del Monte ... Mr. Lupesko - Gypsy Husband (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Albert Henderson ... Officer Dennis O'Hara (uncredited)
Mark Hunter ... Lupesko Son (uncredited)
Joe Warren ... Officer Joe Steinmetz (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Thirty Days Notice

19 November 1961
Gunther and Lucille Toddy give their landlord notice because they're fed up with their crumbling apartment.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Michael Vale ... Cooper
Henry Lascoe ... Corfu
Ralph Stantley ... Lt. Morgan
John Alexander ... Judge

Dort Clark ... District Attorney (uncredited)
Virginia De Louse ... Mrs. Cooper (uncredited)
Sally Demay ... the Grandmother (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Jerry Jarrett ... Bernie (uncredited)
George McCoy ... Det. Carl Manzer (uncredited)
Mike O'Dowd ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Lou Polan ... Mr. Morris (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Catch Me on the Paar Show

26 November 1961
After a chance traffic stop with Hugh Downs, Gunther finagles an appearance on the Jack Paar show of a fellow officer he thinks is funny.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Hugh Downs ... Hugh Downs
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Mickey Deems ... Officer Charlie Fleischer
Albert Henderson ... Officer Dennis O'Hara (as Al Henderson)

Shelley Berman ... Rabbi Einsenberg
Joe Alfasa ... Tailor Wilson (uncredited)
Rik Colitti ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Nathaniel Frey ... Sgt. Sol Abrahms (uncredited)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Tom Geraghty ... Butcher Winchell (uncredited)
John Gibson ... Father Flannagan (uncredited)
Jerome Guardino ... Officer Antonnucci (uncredited)
Abby Lewis ... Woman in Butcher Shop (uncredited)
Gloria McCarty ... Mrs. Kilgallen (uncredited)
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wallace (uncredited)
Shelly Post ... Woman's V.O. (voice) (uncredited)

Nipsey Russell ... Officer Dave Anderson (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Taming of Lucille

3 December 1961
Toody is feeling henpecked by Lucille, but musters the courage to become king of his castle after seeing a stirring performance of Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew."
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody

Carl Ballantine ... Al Henderson
Martha Greenhouse ... Rose Henderson
Jim Gormley ... Officer Nelson (as James Gormley)
Jane White ... Katherine - the Shrew

Martin E. Brooks ... Petrucio - Katherine's Young Suitor (as Martin Brooks) (uncredited)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Albert Henderson ... Officer Dennis O'Hara (uncredited)
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wallace (uncredited)
Albert Quinton ... Baptista - Father of Katherine and Bianca (uncredited)
James Valentine ... Gremio - Katherine's Elderly Suitor (uncredited)
Joe Warren ... Officer Joe Steinmetz (uncredited)
Elaine Winters ... Bianca - Katherine's Ingenue Sister (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Put It in the Bank

10 December 1961
The 53rd Precinct's Brotherhood Club's newly elected treasurer Gunther Toody is determined to invest their hard-earned $800 in the stock market despite the protests of his fiscally conservative colleagues.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
John Alexander ... C.F. Cartwright
Joe Warren ... Officer Joe Steinmetz
James Dukas ... Fink Foster
Arthur Anderson ... Henry Ford (uncredited)
John C. Becher ... Stockbroker Clark (uncredited)
Walter Butterfield ... Bank President (uncredited)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Larry Gaynes ... Elevator Operator (uncredited)
Harry Gresham ... Broker (uncredited)
Jerome Guardino ... Officer Hugo Antonnucci (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Albert Henderson ... Officer Dennis O'Hara (uncredited)

Gilbert Mack ... Tony Sunshine (uncredited)
Sylvia Mann ... Woman in Bank (uncredited)
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wallace (uncredited)
Lou Polan ... Edwards (uncredited)
Ken Roberts ... Bank Teller (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Get Well, Officer Schnauser

17 December 1961
While Schnauser is laid up in the hospital, Toody is tapped by the FBI to go undercover to help them nab notorious bank robber "No Face."
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Lawrence Fletcher ... Bank President

Billy Sands ... Thief

Marc Alan Austen ... Bank customer (uncredited)
Jim Gormley ... Officer Nelson (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)

Bruce Kirby ... Officer Kissell (uncredited)
Frank Marth ... FBI Agent Cunningham (uncredited)
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wallace (uncredited)

Dick O'Neill ... Bank Security Guard (uncredited)
Anita O'Shayne ... Nurse (uncredited)

Charlotte Rae ... Miss Berger (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Christmas at the 53rd

24 December 1961
The boys from the 53rd put on a Christmas review. Two Gilbert & Sullivan parodies featuring Capt. Block & Muldoon, a heart-tugging song from Toody, and other sketches.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Alice Ghostley ... Bonita Kalsheim
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block

Carl Ballantine ... Al Henderson

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Mickey Deems ... Officer Charlie Fleischer

Nipsey Russell ... Officer Dave Anderson
Robert Ader ... Joe Reilly (uncredited)
Billie Allen ... Mrs. Dave Anderson (uncredited)
Phillip Carter ... Desk Sergeant Feldman (uncredited)
Milton Chapman ... Officer Miller (uncredited)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Jerry Graff ... Officer Pucci (uncredited)
Duane Harper Grant ... Officer Anderson's Son (uncredited)
Martha Greenhouse ... Rose Henderson (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Albert Henderson ... Officer Dennis O'Hara (uncredited)
Edwin Lindstrom ... Officer Jones (uncredited)
Arne Markusson ... Officer Moskowitz (uncredited)
Scotty Moore ... Fingerprinting Boy (uncredited)
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wallace (uncredited)
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody (uncredited)
Sindee Ann Richards ... Fingerprinting Girl (uncredited)
Alan Sokoloff ... Officer Clark (uncredited)
Robert Spiro ... Singing Police Officer (uncredited)
Leonard Stea ... Singing Police Officer (uncredited)
David Vogel ... Singing Police Officer (uncredited)
Joe Warren ... Officer Joe Steinmetz (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Sacrifice

7 January 1962
Muldoon's the big expert on rules and regulations, but he's scared to take the test to become a sergeant.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Ruth Masters ... Mrs. Muldoon
Nancy Donohue ... Cathy Muldoon (as Nancy Donahue)
John C. Becher ... Motorist (uncredited)
Philip Bruns ... Benedict (uncredited)
Phillip Carter ... Desk Sergeant (uncredited)

Michael Conrad ... Smasher (uncredited)
James Dukas ... TV Repairman (uncredited)
Bryant Fraser ... Little Boy (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)

Nipsey Russell ... Officer Dave Anderson (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: Boom, Boom, Boom

14 January 1962
The boys are attempting to win the barbershop quartet competition for "the old man" Capt. Block. The rules require all 163 quartets to perform the same song, which drives poor Jan Murray to insanity.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Jan Murray ... Jan Murray
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Gerald Hiken ... Katz the Butcher
Leon Janney ... Dr. Strum

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Arthur Anderson ... Boden (uncredited)
Toni Darnay ... the Nurse (uncredited)
Diane Deering ... Miss Heffington (uncredited)
Jim Gormley ... Officer Nelson (uncredited)
Harry Gresham ... Grover (uncredited)
Jerry Jarrett ... the Producer (uncredited)
Florence Robinson ... Mrs. Katz (uncredited)
Truman Smith ... the Doctor (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Toody & Muldoon Crack Down

21 January 1962
After the police chief drives through Toody & Muldoon's sector, he's so angered by the scores of violations he sees he orders an investigation - with surprising results.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Gerald Hiken ... Katz the Butcher
Lawrence Fletcher ... Deputy Chief Inspector Corrigan
Helen Verbit ... Mrs. Callucci
Florence Anglin ... Mother of Little Boy (uncredited)

Heywood Hale Broun ... Data Gathering Police Officer (uncredited)
Mildred Clinton ... Mrs. Colby (uncredited)
Everett Everett ... Harry the Haberdasher (uncredited)
Duke Farley ... Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
William Fort ... Officer Hogan (uncredited)

Jake LaMotta ... Seaman (uncredited)

Gilbert Mack ... Grocer Callucci (uncredited)
Robbie Reed ... Little Boy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Toody's Paradise

28 January 1962
Toody is on an undercover detail in Brooklyn with a female cop as his wife and a small boy as his child. When Lucille's sister spots him there, the rumors start flying wildly.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Elisabeth Fraser ... Officer O'Brian
Paul O'Keefe ... Kid
Will Hussung ... Inspector Kleinmetz (as Will Hussing)
Florence Anglin ... Bertha Krantz
Martha Greenhouse ... Rose Henderson (uncredited)
Ruth Masters ... Mrs. Muldoon (uncredited)
Thelma Pelish ... Olive - Bertha's Friend (uncredited)
Loretta White ... Elsie Block (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: How High Is Up?

4 February 1962
Muldoon discovers he's grown an inch to 6-foot-seven, putting him one inch over the police regulation and putting him over the edge with paranoia about his height.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Shari Lewis ... Melinda Walsh
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser

Sorrell Booke ... Police Commissioner Harper
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson

Alice Beardsley ... Gloria Harper (uncredited)
Phillip Carter ... Officer Feldman (uncredited)
Arthur Clark ... Quazey (uncredited)
Duke Farley ... Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
Jim Gormley ... Officer Nelson (uncredited)
Lucy Greeno ... Mrs. Walsh (uncredited)
Fred Harper ... Shoe Salesman (uncredited)
Albert Henderson ... Officer O'Hara (uncredited)
Ruth Masters ... Mrs. Muldoon (uncredited)
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wallace (uncredited)

Nipsey Russell ... Officer Dave Anderson (uncredited)
Noel Thomas ... McCabe (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Toody and the Art World

11 February 1962
Toody is the only person who can appreciate Karpathia's abstract masterpiece, "Lower Manhattan at Sunset (from the New Jersey Side)." This episode features an inspired performance from Severn Darden.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Severn Darden ... Karpathia
Shepperd Strudwick ... Gordon Pennington

Charlotte Rae ... Sylvia Schnauser
Rik Colitti ... Thief (uncredited)
Diane Deering ... Mrs.Van Cleve (uncredited)
Duke Farley ... Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
Dan Frazer ... the Kid (uncredited)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Albert Henderson ... Officer Dennis O'Hara (uncredited)
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wallace (uncredited)
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: What Happened to Thursday?

18 February 1962
The 53rd is embarrassed by the domestic dispute calls that come every Thursday night - from the Schnausers. Toody convinces Leo (along w/the rest of the boys) that Thursday's actually Friday leading to expected hilarious confusion.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Charlotte Rae ... Sylvia Schnauser
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Jim Boles ... First Man (uncredited)
Duke Farley ... Reilly (uncredited)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Martha Greenhouse ... Rose Henderson (uncredited)

Bruce Kirby ... Officer Kissel (uncredited)
Athena Lorde ... First Woman (uncredited)
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wallace (uncredited)
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody (uncredited)

Nipsey Russell ... Officer Dave Anderson (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: How Smart Can You Get?

25 February 1962
The smartest rookie cop is assigned to ride w/chatty Toody & reticent Muldoon. Can Car 54 survive, now that Muldoon has stimulating conversation?
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Richard Morse ... Officer Reginald Corrigan
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Gerald Hiken ... Katz the Butcher
Duke Farley ... Reilly (uncredited)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Albert Henderson ... Officer O'Hara (uncredited)
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wallace (uncredited)
Richard Roat ... Garfield (uncredited)
Nick Saunders ... Lt. Cushman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: Today I Am a Man

4 March 1962
Tired of being stereotyped as a mama's boy, Muldoon feigns having a hot date at "the hottest club in the Bronx". When his bluff is called by doubting coworkers, he quickly commandeers a puritan family who gets the wrong impression from his weapon!
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Albert Henderson ... Officer Dennis O'Hara (as Al Henderson)
Sybil Lamb ... Priscilla Parker

Bob Hastings ... Officer Sanders

Nicholas Colasanto ... Marty (uncredited)
George Del Monte ... Maitre d' (uncredited)

Howard Freeman ... Mr. Parker (uncredited)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Ruth Masters ... Mrs. Muldoon (uncredited)

Ruth White ... Mrs. Parker (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: No More Pickpockets

11 March 1962
The boys go under cover at Yankee Stadium to stem the onslaught of pickpockets. One skilled pilferer turns the tide on Toody; who ends up arrested?
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Wally Cox ... Benny
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser

Billy Sands ... Hot Dog Man
Al Nesor ... Felix
Tom Ahearne ... Chief Collins (uncredited)
John C. Becher ... the Father (uncredited)
Rik Colitti ... Pickpocket Pete (uncredited)

Dana Elcar ... Van Police Officer (uncredited)

Rex Everhart ... Door Guard Police Officer (uncredited)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Michael Rodriguez (uncredited)
Jerry Jarrett ... the Reporter (uncredited)
Art Lewis ... Man (uncredited)
Jimmy Little ... Bullpen Police Officer (uncredited)
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wallace (uncredited)

Nipsey Russell ... Officer Dave Anderson (uncredited)

Herb Voland ... Lineup Sergeant (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: The Beast Who Walked the Bronx

18 March 1962
Burkholtz, relegated to the Lost & Found for 15 years due to his extreme laxity is the only choice to sub for Capt. Block on his forced two week vacation. The boys mistake his absence from active duty thinking it's because he was too tough!
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser

Howard Freeman ... Captain A. Burkholtz
Lawrence Fletcher ... Inspector Kerman
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez
Arthur Anderson ... Carter (uncredited)
Raymond Bramley ... Chief J.T. McCoy (uncredited)
Maurice Brenner ... Officer Kramer (uncredited)

Heywood Hale Broun ... Burkhotz's Assistant (uncredited)
Phillip Carter ... Desk Sgt. Feldman (uncredited)
Jerry Jarrett ... Edwards (uncredited)
Bob Kaliban ... Thompson (uncredited)
Dave Kerman ... Lt. Graves (uncredited)

Bruce Kirby ... Officer Kissel (uncredited)

Eugene Roche ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Nipsey Russell ... Officer Dave Anderson (uncredited)
Loretta White ... Elsie Block (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: The Courtship of Sylvia Schnauser

25 March 1962
Leo and Sylvia Schnauser decide to renew their vows with a large wedding ceremony.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Charlotte Rae ... Sylvia Schnauser

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody

Nipsey Russell ... Officer Dave Anderson
Billie Allen ... Mrs. Anderson (uncredited)
John Gibson ... Judge (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Albert Henderson ... Officer O'Hara (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 28: The Auction

1 April 1962
The boys of the 53rd Precinct pull together to buy Captain Block the matching Aleutian Ceremonial Chair he desires to complete his set.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Albert Henderson ... Officer Dennis O'Hara (as Al Henderson)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson
Jack Healy ... Patrolman Rodriguez
Louise Kirtland ... Elsie Block (uncredited)
Lucy Landau ... Mrs. Zimmerman (uncredited)
Paul Lipson ... Pete the Auctioneer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 29: Quiet! We're Thinking

8 April 1962
Gunther and Lucille's 11-year-old nephew Marvin, in the Big Apple for a Boy Scout event, helps Toody and Muldoon crack the cases that have flummoxed New York's Finest.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Paul O'Keefe ... Marvin
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Frank Campanella ... Lieutenant L. Kogan

Carl Ballantine ... Al Henderson (uncredited)
Lawrence Fletcher ... Chief McCoy (uncredited)
Martha Greenhouse ... Rose Henderson (uncredited)

Jake LaMotta ... Thug (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 30: I Love Lucille

22 April 1962
Lucille dies her hair to get Gunther to notice her, and when he finally does, look out.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson

Phil Leeds ... Julius the Beautician
Erik Rhodes ... Producer
William Fort ... Patrolman (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Patrolman Rodriguez (uncredited)
Albert Henderson ... Officer O'Hara (uncredited)
Bob Kaliban ... Reporter (uncredited)
Monica May ... Hairdresser (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Hail to the Chief

16 September 1962
Because their partnership has lasted so long, the secret service choose Toody and Muldoon to drive the president to the U.N. Unfortunately, Muldoon is incapacitated by the stress of ferrying his hero, Kennedy.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser

Simon Oakland ... Secret Service Agent Cordner
John McGovern ... Commissioner J.S.. Brady
Jay Jostyn ... Secret Service Agent Hollander
Jeremiah Morris ... Doctor
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block

Jacqueline Kennedy ... the First Lady (archive footage)

John F. Kennedy ... President Kennedy (archive footage)
Phillip Carter ... Desk Sgt. Feldman (uncredited)
Gordon B. Clarke ... Haywood Presnell (uncredited)
Walter Klavun ... Motorist (uncredited)
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wallace (uncredited)

Billy Sands ... Quackenbush - the Man Who Thinks He Can Fly (uncredited)
Mel Stewart ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: One Sleepy People

23 September 1962
Francis and Lucille get the wrong idea, while watching a steamy movie on TV, that each loves the other.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser

Charlotte Rae ... Sylvia Schnauser
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Patricia Cutts ... Pamela / TV Film (uncredited)
Edgar Daniels ... Reggie / TV Film (uncredited)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Patrick Horgan ... Ashley / TV Film (uncredited)

Dick Powell ... Dick Powell (uncredited)
Mel Stewart ... Police Dispatcher (uncredited)
Marie Wallace ... Party Date (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: A Man Is Not an Ox

30 September 1962
When a medical doctor sees similarities between two oxen yoked together for 10 years and Car 54's occupants, the boys try to behave out-of-sync, but fail.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Ruth Masters ... Mrs. Muldoon
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block

Ned Wertimer ... Dr. Meisner
Truman Smith ... Dr. O.J. Metz
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wallace
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson
Phillip Carter ... Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
Mickey Deems ... Officer Charlie Fleisher (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Jerry Jarrett ... Driver (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Schnauser's Last Ride

7 October 1962
The boys recount what happened when Schnauser was taken off his mounted police route.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
John C. Becher ... Deputy Commissioner Connors (as John Becher)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson
Mickey Deems ... Officer Charlie Fleischer
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block

Dort Clark ... Bookmaker (uncredited)
Diane Deering ... Woman (uncredited)
Duke Farley ... Desk Sgt. Reilly (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wallace (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Toody & Muldoon Sing Along with Mitch

14 October 1962
When the 53rd precinct Whippoorwills audition for Mitch Miller, it's clear which of the 4 is the problem, but who will tell Toody?
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Mitch Miller ... Mitch Miller

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Frederick O'Neal ... Officer Wally Wallace
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Mickey Deems ... Officer Charlie Fleischer (uncredited)
George S. Irving ... Igor Toody (uncredited)
Richard Winter ... Officer Lambert (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Occupancy, August 1st

21 October 1962
Mrs. Bronson causes trouble again -- by moving in to her promised apartment on the day it was promised to her -- but it's not finished! Once again she's adept at deflecting all opponents.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Molly Picon ... Mrs. Rachel Bronson

Charles Nelson Reilly ... Harlow

Howard Freeman ... Dr. Michaels
John Alexander ... Commissioner
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block

Heywood Hale Broun ... Health Commissioner Herbert Willoughby (uncredited)

Michael Conrad ... Construction worker (uncredited)
Mike Dana ... Kadowski - Construction Worker (uncredited)

Dana Elcar ... Gunderson - Construction Boss (uncredited)
Maurice Shrog ... Ellison (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Remember St. Petersburg

28 October 1962
A fortune-telling scam ring mistakes Leo as royalty, and calls Sylvia with the news. Another mistake has the con artists convincing an undercover Toody that he's royalty, and Leo's his brother.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Larry Storch ... Pinky

Charlotte Rae ... Sylvia Schnauser

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser

Fay DeWitt ... Sonya

Don Keefer ... Dr. Mitchell
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Maurice Brenner ... Alvin Brooks (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Paul Lipson ... Con Gang Leader (uncredited)
Mara Lynn ... Con Gang Woman With Curlers (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: That's Show Business

4 November 1962
Muldoon's sister Peggy lands a part in the play "Waiting for Wednesday" and the boys of the 53rd Precinct become financial backers before learning that it's a gritty play about police brutality.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody (credit only)

Larry Storch ... Charlie the Drunk
David Hurst ... Robin Stuart
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Jim Gormley ... Officer Nelson (uncredited)
Ben Hayes ... Douglas - Actor (uncredited)
Albert Henderson ... Officer Dennis O'Hara (uncredited)
House Jameson ... Railroad President Van Wyck (uncredited)
Jimmy Little ... Sgt. Jim McBride (uncredited)
Ruth Masters ... Mrs. Muldoon (uncredited)
Helene Parker ... Peggy Muldoon (uncredited)
John Seymour ... Play's Financial Backer (uncredited)
Mel Stewart ... Officer - Dispatcher (uncredited)
Joseph Sullivan ... Runnels (uncredited)
Victor Thorley ... Commissioner (uncredited)
Bernard West ... Commissioner's Aide (as Bernie West) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Toody Undercover

11 November 1962
Toody winds up undercover as part of a mob ring. His intimate knowledge of the area (bank layouts, burglar alarms & patrolmen habits) makes him a better crook than cop.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Bruce Gordon ... Biggy Bigelow

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
George Mathews ... Patsy Peru

Barnard Hughes ... Inspector Henderson
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson
Jim Gormley ... Officer Nelson
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez
Sammy Birch ... (uncredited)
Frank Gio ... (uncredited)
Harry Hornick ... (uncredited)
Jock Livingston ... Big Ed Hawkins (uncredited)

Barney Martin ... Fats Borderman (uncredited)
Al Nesor ... Teddy Moran (uncredited)
Lou Polan ... Chicago Mobster (uncredited)
Brooks Rogers ... Evans (uncredited)
Jane Rose ... Boarding House Maid (uncredited)
Nick Saunders ... (uncredited)
Alfred Spindelman ... (uncredited)
Harry Stanton ... (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: I Hate Captain Block

18 November 1962
When Toody takes care of Captain Block's parrot, he decides to teach it to talk. But this backfires when he says he hates Captain Block in front of the bird, and the parrot begins repeating it.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser

Charlotte Rae ... Sylvia Schnauser
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody

Heywood Hale Broun ... Thompson - Pet Store Customer (as Heywood H. Broun)
Patricia Bright ... Claire Block
Paul Reed ... Capt. Paul Block

James Karen ... Bird Owner (uncredited)
Frank Milano ... Bird Owner (uncredited)
Cecil Roy ... Parrot (voice) (uncredited)
Arnold Soboloff ... Pet Store Owner (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: A Star Is Born in the Bronx

25 November 1962
Sylvia Schnauser goes into delusional rapture when asked to plug cookies on television.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Charlotte Rae ... Sylvia Schnauser

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Kenny Delmar ... Colonel Culpepper
Lu Leonard ... Shopper
John Gibson ... Mr. Babcock

David Doyle ... Advertising Agy. Executive Dutton (uncredited)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Fred Harper ... Bit Role (uncredited)
Sammy Smith ... Sam the Grocer (uncredited)
Bill Wendell ... Dixie Dimple Commercial Announcer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Pretzel Mary

2 December 1962
The boys finally bust a nasty nuisance in the Park - "Pretzel Mary". When they see her deplorable living conditions they replace her furniture - not realizing what they're taking away.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser

Larry Storch ... Charlie
Sybil Bowan ... Pretzel Mary (as Sibyl Bowan)
Teddy Hart ... Junk Man
Paul Reed ... Capt. Paul Block
Bernie Allen ... Man in Park (uncredited)
Lou Bernard ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)

Ossie Davis ... Officer Omar (uncredited)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Paul Lipson ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)
Jimmy Little ... Sgt. Jim McBride (uncredited)
Janet Paul ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)
Bobby Randell ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)
Jane Rose ... Woman With Stroller in Park (uncredited)
Mel Ruick ... Maxwell (uncredited)
Mel Stewart ... Officer Garfield (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: 142 Tickets on the Aisle

9 December 1962
When the boys of the 53rd Precinct suddenly show an interest in the clean and uplifting Broadway epic "Little Miss Pioneer," so does the prurient public.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser

Charlotte Rae ... Sylvia Schnauser
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Eugene Troobnick ... 1st Ticket Seller (How to Succeed in Business)
Paul Reed ... Capt. Paul Block
Matt Crowley ... City Editor Donovan (uncredited)

Ossie Davis ... Officer Omar Anderson (uncredited)
Betty Garde ... Clarissa Hawthorne / Ma Deerheart (uncredited)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Janis Hansen ... Johnny Scout / Little Miss Pioneer (uncredited)
Hilda Haynes ... Mrs. Anderson (uncredited)
Ronald Knight ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)
Jimmy Little ... Sgt. Jim McBride (uncredited)
Parker McCormick ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)
Charles Randall ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)
Joe Silver ... Newstand Customer (uncredited)
Stanley Simmonds ... Assistant Ticket Seller (Camelot) (uncredited)
Sammy Smith ... Bill - Ticket Seller (Little Miss Pioneer) (uncredited)
Mel Stewart ... Officer Julie - Dispatcher (uncredited)
Ted Thurston ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)
Michael Vale ... Louie - Ticket Seller (Camelot) (uncredited)
Bernard West ... Ticket Purchaser (How to Succeed in Business) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Stop Thief

16 December 1962
After overhearing the Captain rehearsing a play in his office, the boys think he's a kleptomaniac! They "cover" for him by re-stealing all his Xmas presents. Can they make things right by the end of Christmas Eve?
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson
Jack Healy ... Patrolman Rodriguez (as Jack Healey)

Ossie Davis ... Officer Omar Anderson
Paul Reed ... Capt. Paul Block
Alan Manson ... Person Mistaken for Inspector

Roger C. Carmel ... Mr. Cochran, Director (uncredited)
Dan Frazer ... Mr. Cochran's assistant (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Je T'Adore Muldoon

30 December 1962
To get girl-shy Francis to ask the Captain's niece to the Mardi Gras Ball, the 53rd conspires to boost his ego. Suddenly, he's a Casanova! Who will go to the Ball?
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Lisa Loughlin ... Officer Darlene Duffy
June Jerome ... Rhoda Duggan
Ruth Masters ... Mrs. Muldoon
Paul Reed ... Capt. Paul Block
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)

Katherine Helmond ... Betty Lou Creco (uncredited)

Lainie Kazan ... Girl at bar (uncredited)
Jimmy Little ... Sgt. Jim McBride (uncredited)

Jean Stapleton ... Mrs. Duggan (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: The White Elephant

6 January 1963
A gang buys the cursed eatery next to the bank to drill through the common wall into the vault -- but the boys of the 53rd stop by to see how they're doing, and help them establish a luncheonette instead.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser

Dort Clark ... Eddie Montaine

Arlene Golonka ... Laverne Montaine
Eugene Troobnick ... Barney

Jake LaMotta ... Duke Thornton
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Jimmy Little ... Sgt. Jim McBride
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson
Teddy Hart
Mel Stewart ... Officer Julie
Joe Marr ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)
Janet Paul ... Mrs. Goldberg (uncredited)
Maria Pinckard ... Ma Smathers (uncredited)
Jon Richards ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)
Michael Vale ... Maury - Real Estate Agent (uncredited)
Wayne Wilson ... Pa Smathers (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Benny the Bookie's Last Chance

13 January 1963
Benny's up for parole yet again, and the boys are sure he's going straight now. They set him up w/a candy store, and when he gets "in trouble" and tries mightily to get back in jail, the 53rd won't hear of it.
Joe E. Ross ... Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Muldoon
Gene Baylos ... Benny

Al Lewis ... Schnauser
Gerald Hiken ... Katz

Margaret Hamilton ... Spinster
B.S. Pully ... Mr. Brown (as B.S. Pulley)

Ossie Davis ... Omar
Paul Reed ... Capt. Block
Albert Henderson ... Officer Dennis O'Hara
Robert Ader ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)
Tom Ahearne ... Fire Chief (uncredited)
Rik Colitti ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Lou Herbert ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)

Gilbert Mack ... Mr. Lucci - Victim (uncredited)
Florence Robinson ... Mrs. Katz (uncredited)
Beatrice Ruth ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: The Presidential Itch

20 January 1963
An unexpected challenger vies to unseat Muldoon in his bid to be reelected as president of the policeman's Brotherhood Club.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Jimmy Little ... Sgt. Jim McBride
Bernard West ... Walter Gander (as Bernie West)
Paul Reed ... Capt. Paul Block
Bill Adler ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)

Ossie Davis ... Officer Omar Anderson (uncredited)
Elizabeth Eustis ... Florence McBride (uncredited)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Bob Kaliban ... (uncredited)
Paul Melton ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)
Maurice Shrog ... Ellison (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: Toody & Muldoon Meet the Russians

27 January 1963
The boys chaperon two Russian ambassadors, and turn them into American capitalists.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Jules Munshin ... Malonov
Mara Lynn ... General
Gerald Hiken ... Domsky
B.S. Pully ... Spy

Heywood Hale Broun ... Julius

Sylvia Miles ... Hair stylist (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Here We Go Again

3 February 1963
Muldoon's father, Patrick was a police captain and a hero -- or was he?
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Conrad Nagel ... Nagel

Jake LaMotta ... Muscles McGuirk
Edward Atienza ... Swifty Swandon
Paul Reed ... Capt. Paul Block
Patricia Bright ... Claire Block (uncredited)
Amelia Darling ... Trixie LaTouche as Young Woman (uncredited)
Walter Kinsella ... (uncredited)
Jimmy Little ... Sgt. Jim McBride (uncredited)
Judith Lowry ... Trixie LaTouche as Old Woman (uncredited)
Alan Manson ... William 'Baby Face' Gordon (uncredited)
Al Nesor ... Harry 'the Hawk' Carson (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: The Star Boarder

10 February 1963
Gunther and Lucille Toody are trying to make some extra money. They decide to rent a room,taking in a preacher as a paying boarder. He seems as honest as the day is long but is he actually who he says he is?
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Tom Bosley ... 'Reverend' Harold Peterson / Archie the Artist

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody

Paula Stewart ... Rhoda Nelson

Ossie Davis ... Officer Omar Anderson
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson

Dana Elcar ... FBI Agent Potter
Brandon Maggart ... Walter the Butcher
Jimmy Little ... Sgt. Ed McBride
Sandi Vincent ... Bubbles - Peterson's Accomplice
Wally Engelhardt ... Schnauser's Brother-in-Law (uncredited)
Bob Kaliban ... Man Answering Ad (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: The Biggest Day of the Year

17 February 1963
After Tooday tells Muldoon that "today's a very important day",Muldoon,the men & high ranking officials,try to figure out why it is.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Jimmy Little ... Sgt. Jim McBride (as Jimmie Little)
Albert Henderson ... Officer Dennis O'Hara (as Al Henderson)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson
Paul Reed ... Capt. Paul Block
John C. Becher ... the Mayor (uncredited)
Herschel Bernardi ... Governor's Aide (uncredited)
Patricia Bright ... Claire Block (uncredited)
Ed Bryce ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)
Vince Carrol ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)
Phillip Carter ... Officer Feldman (uncredited)
Matt Crowley ... Police Commissioner (uncredited)
Nicholas Grimes ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
House Jameson ... the Governor (uncredited)

Bruce Kirby ... Officer Kissel (uncredited)
Ruth Masters ... Mrs. Muldoon (uncredited)
Ed Wagner ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)

Charles White ... Mayor's Aide (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: Here Comes Charlie

24 February 1963
The boys of the 53rd Precinct attempt to help rehabilitate chronically drunk Charlie by finding him a job where he won't be tempted to drink, but the officers'regular visits to check up on Charlie have an unnerving effect on his teetotalist coworkers. A Larry Storch tour de force!
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Larry Storch ... Charlie

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser

Margaret Hamilton ... Miss Powntleroy
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson

Ossie Davis ... Officer Omar Anderson
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Edwin Cooper ... John Vandermeer (uncredited)
Mike Dana ... Mac the Masseur (uncredited)
Mickey Deems ... Officer Charlie Fleischer (uncredited)
Jim Demarest ... Police Inspector (uncredited)
Sally Demay ... Miss Tizzy (uncredited)
Brendan Fay ... (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Henry Lascoe ... Baker Tannenbaum (uncredited)
Jimmy Little ... Sgt. Jim McBride (uncredited)
Joe E. Marks ... Mr. Woofington (uncredited)
Terry O'Sullivan ... Undetermined Bit Role (uncredited)
Joseph Sweeney ... Jim McNaughton (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: See You at the Bar Mitzvah

3 March 1963
When the boys find out that no one is going to the Bar Mitzvah of one boy on their basketball team because of his hated father, they spring into action.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Gerald Hiken ... Katz
B.S. Pully ... Pokrass
Claude Gersene ... Joel
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Phillip Carter ... Desk Sgt. Feldman (uncredited)
Joe Downing ... Prisoner at Bar Mitzvah (uncredited)
Joey Faye ... Night Court Prisoner (uncredited)
Jimmy Little ... Sgt. Jim McBride (uncredited)

Barney Martin ... Father Charlie Donovan (uncredited)
Dan Morgan ... (uncredited)
Paul O'Keefe ... Joel's Friend (uncredited)
Lou Polan ... Rabbi Sam Solomon (uncredited)
Arthur Rubin ... Night Court Prisoner (uncredited)
Reuben Singer ... (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: I've Been Here Before

10 March 1963
A criminal gang bases its heists on the plots of the television program "Crimebusters," which program is also one of Officer Toody's favorite shows.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Lawrence Fletcher ... Inspector

Jake LaMotta ... Bugsy
John McGovern ... Commissioner
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block

Dort Clark ... Danny - Crime Gang Boss (uncredited)

David Doyle ... TV Executive Holland (uncredited)

Arlene Golonka ... Edie the Gun Moll (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Patricia Hosley ... TV Producer (uncredited)
Alfred Leberfeld ... Inspector's Assistant (uncredited)

Phil Leeds ... Crimebusters Writer (uncredited)
Jock Livingston ... Moe the Henchman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: Joan Crawford Didn't Say No

17 March 1963
When a septuagenarian delicatessen owner reports he will be marrying Joan Crawford, the boys of the 53rd are sent out to bust the phony matrimonial service that promises to pair its clients with Hollywood movie stars.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Molly Picon ... Mrs. Rachel Bronson

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Jacob Kalich ... Mr. Eisenberg
Patricia Bright ... Mrs. Claire Block
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block

Rae Allen ... Miss Thelma Eisenberg (uncredited)
Matt Crowley ... Chief Inspector Brown (uncredited)
Mickey Deems ... Officer Charlie Fleischer (uncredited)
Lawrence Fletcher ... Police Inspector Hollander (uncredited)
Ruth Kobart ... Callahan (uncredited)

Hal Linden ... Assistant DA Clark (uncredited)
Judith Lowry ... Mrs. Harrigan - Cleaning Woman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 27: Lucille Is 40

24 March 1963
Lucille is upset over turning 40, so Gunther decides to surprise her by buying her a wig for a birthday gift, a deceptively simple endeavor fraught with misunderstanding and melodrama when nosy Sylvia Schnauser stumbles upon the scheme.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser

Charlotte Rae ... Sylvia Schnauser
Beatrice Pons ... Lucille Toody
Zandu Scott ... Miss Allison (as Sandu Scott)
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block (credit only)
Elizabeth Eustis ... Mrs. McBride (uncredited)
Jimmy Little ... Sgt. Jim McBride (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 28: The Loves of Sylvia Schnauser

31 March 1963
Sylvia Schnauser helps the police dept. to set a trap for con artists posing as book publishers.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Charlotte Rae ... Sylvia Schnauser

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser

Charles Nelson Reilly ... Abernathy
Joe De Santis ... Billson
Paul Reed ... Capt. Martin Block
Matt Crowley ... Inspector Crown (uncredited)

David Doyle ... Daniels (uncredited)
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Albert Henderson ... Officer Dennis O'Hara (uncredited)

Bruce Kirby ... Officer Kissel (uncredited)
Ruth Kobart ... Mrs. Abernathy (uncredited)
Jimmy Little ... Sgt. Jim McBride (uncredited)

Kenneth Mars ... Book Publisher (uncredited)
Joseph Sweeney ... A. E. Van Cleve (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 29: Puncher & Judy

7 April 1963
At the begging and pleading of a girl (played by Sheri Lewis) at a local hair dresser parlor, Toody and Muldoon enlist the help of champion boxer, Sugar Ray Robinson (played by himself), in a convoluted and comical scheme to discourage a local male hair dresser at the same parlor from continuing his amateur boxing career.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon
Sugar Ray Robinson ... Ray
Rocky Graziano ... Antoinne
Shari Lewis ... Judy

Bruce Kirby ... Officer Kissel
Paul Lipson ... Waxey
Humphrey Davis ... Attorney
Frank Gioseffi ... Spider
Paul Reed ... Capt. Paul Block

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson
Lu Leonard ... Mrs. Dobernack
Maurice Brenner ... Officer Julie - Dispatcher (uncredited)
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez (uncredited)
Jimmy Little ... Sgt. Jim McBride (uncredited)
Elaine Swann ... Mrs. Denstermacher (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 30: The Curse of the Snitkins

14 April 1963
A jinx arrives at the 53rd and continues his streak of bringing bad luck wherever he goes.
Joe E. Ross ... Officer Gunther Toody

Fred Gwynne ... Officer Francis Muldoon

Al Lewis ... Officer Leo Schnauser

Jack Gilford ... Officer Luther Snitkin
Anne Russell ... Alice
Godfrey Cambridge ... Officer Webster
Paul Reed ... Captain Paul Block
Hank Garrett ... Officer Ed Nicholson

Bruce Kirby ... Officer Kissel
Jimmy Little ... Sgt. Jim McBride
Maurice Brenner ... Officer Julie - Dispatcher
Jack Healy ... Officer Rodriguez
Phillip Carter ... Sgt. Feldman

Jack Dodson ... the Workman (uncredited)
Dave Kerman ... the Doctor (uncredited)

Richard Mulligan ... Patrolman (uncredited)

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