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Season: 1
Year: 1964 | 1965


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Personal Touch

13 September 1964
Alec masquerades as a wealthy Australian millionaire to extract a million dollars from ruthless shipping magnate Rodesko but the job is complicated when Alec's affection for Rodesko's fiancée grows.

David Niven ... Alec Fleming

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

Walter Matthau ... Aram Rodesko

Dina Merrill ... Kendall Frazier

Alfred Ryder ... Ellingwood Pierce

John Dehner ... Taylor C. Grant
Marcel Hillaire ... Lavignon
Curt Conway ... Ashton Frazier

Dabbs Greer ... Madigan

Johnny Silver ... Boots Rafferty

Alberto Morin ... Hotel Clerk

Ken Mayer ... Gendarme

John Banner ... Fat Man
John Shay ... Air Lines Clerk
Jack Petruzzi ... News Vendor

Cosmo Sardo ... Barber

Lilyan Chauvin ... Paris Announcer (voice)
Jack Richardson ... Miami Announcer (voice)

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair (voice)

Leon Alton ... Colin Lassiter (uncredited)
Alex Ball ... Barber (uncredited)

Steve Carruthers ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Barber (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Les Raymaster ... Passerby (uncredited)
Anthony Redondo ... Commuter (uncredited)
Waclaw Rekwart ... Porter (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Day They Gave Diamonds Away

20 September 1964
Tony, Marcel and Timmy sell a worthless diamond making machine to a greedy mine owner who hopes to make his own diamonds, thus controlling the market.

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

David Niven ... Alec Fleming

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

James Gregory ... Augustus Lineen
Nancy Berg ... Audrey Phillips
Terence Vliet ... Bernard
Arthur Batanides ... Akhim
Hilary Wontner ... Mr. Beamer
Maurice Marsac ... Monet
Geraldine Wall ... Mrs. Van Dietjin
Donald Randolph ... Baron
Booth Colman ... Hoagland
Anna Lee Carroll ... Lydia (as Ann Carroll)
J.P. Burns ... Van Freeland
Eddie Baker ... Club Memeber (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks ... Mr. Trill (uncredited)

Stuart Hall ... Waiter (uncredited)
Pete Kellett ... Mover (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Attendant (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Quimby (uncredited)
Paul Power ... Club Member (uncredited)
Les Raymaster ... Club Member (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Club Member (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Club Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Stefanini Dowry

27 September 1964
The rogues get word the President of San Luco has arrived in the US to sell the Stefanini jewels. Miss Harnkness explains how the jewels originally belonged to their family and decide to get them back.

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

David Niven ... Alec Fleming

Susan Strasberg ... Girl in Seat 31

Fritz Weaver ... Gen. Baldassare Cione

David Sheiner ... Colonel Sferzino
Sarah Selby ... Librarian

Molly Dodd ... Miss Harkness

Don Keefer ... Foster

Ken Berry ... Male Librarian

Roy Jenson ... 1st Guard

Michael Keep ... 2nd Guard
John Cestare ... Carlo Nicholas

Michael Constantine ... Dr. Vittorio De Nova

Lovyss Bradley ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Man in Library (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Man in Library (uncredited)

Stuart Holmes ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Chester Jones ... Translator (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Stephen Soldi ... Translator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Viva Diaz!

4 October 1964
Alexander Fleming decides to go after the fortune amassed by General Diaz during his despotic rule of his country. The rest of the clan see real value in stealing his 6 million dollar fortune.

David Niven ... Alec Fleming

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming (credit only)
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

Telly Savalas ... Gen. Hector Jesus Diaz

Danielle De Metz ... Chata
Sandra Giles ... Kiki
Kris Tel ... Lili

George Savalas ... Lobo

Bernie Gozier ... Toro
Arthur Gould-Porter ... Fetlock
Abel Franco ... Butler
Walter Kohler ... Proprietor
Charles Giorgi ... Waiter
Maya Van Horn ... Nun

Marian McCargo ... Jeannine (as Marian Moses)

Vincent Gardenia ... Inspector (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Waiter (uncredited)
Les Raymaster ... Commuter at Airport (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: House of Cards

11 October 1964
When Uncle Bertie is swindled out of his life savings at a posh, but crooked, gambling house, Tony is enlisted to break the bank.

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming

David Niven ... Alec Fleming
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

Jessica Walter ... Linda Tennant

John Williams ... Arthur Briscoe

Patric Knowles ... Major Hamilton

John Orchard ... Mike Wetherby
Gilchrist Stuart ... Head Croupier (as Gil Stuart)
Donald Foster ... Uncle Bertie
Diana Chesney ... Mrs. Carey

Barbara Morrison ... 1st Woman
Molly Roden ... Maid
Donald Lawton ... Second Croupier
Barry Ford ... Young Attendant
Eric Heath ... Inspector

Lovyss Bradley ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
John Breen ... Driver (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Bobby Gilbert ... Casino Worker (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Casino Patron (uncredited)

Stuart Hall ... Casino Patron (uncredited)

Colin Kenny ... Doorman (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Paul Power ... Chuck Bradley (uncredited)
Fred Rapport ... Croupier (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Casino Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Death of a Fleming

25 October 1964
Marcel finds a young Irishwoman hiding in the back of his car. He determines to save her from the attentions of a nefarious Arab potentate.

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

David Niven ... Alec Fleming

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

Peter Whitney ... Sheik Akhmed

Quinn O'Hara ... Donagh O'Patrick
Kem Dibbs ... Elmahleh

Susanne Cramer ... Helga (as Susan Cramer)
Alan DeWitt ... Assistant Manager
Danielle Aubry ... Chambermaid
Lucien Lanvin ... Floor Waiter
Ron Pitts ... Inspector Hachette

Monique LeMaire ... Sales Girl

Alvy Moore ... George

Lawrence Montaigne ... Arab
Max Dommar ... Bartender
George Bruggeman ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Allen Jaffe ... Servant (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Porter (uncredited)
Jose Portugal ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: The Project Man

1 November 1964
Tony and Timmy learn that officials of a Texas town plan to unscrupulously influence the placement of a space launch site to profit from land they have bought so the two plot to replace the true government officials and collect the bribe.

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair (credit only)
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)

Robert Middleton ... Mayor Ed Bramlette

Marlyn Mason ... Randy Bramlette
Ray Fulmer ... Cooper

Parley Baer ... Harry Briggs

Herb Vigran ... Joe Motherwell

Ray Teal ... Sheriff Jim Pyle

William Fawcett ... The Butler
Nick Bolin ... Ambassador
Norman Palmer ... General

Conrad Bachmann ... Information Clerk
William Allyn ... Flange
Harold Dyrenforth ... Dr. Wolfgang Von Orb (as Dr. Harald Dyrenforth)

Don Anderson ... Commuter at Airport (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Porter (uncredited)
Tom McDonough ... General (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Two of a Kind

8 November 1964
Marcel encounters Arlene, with whom he had partnered with in the French underground during WWII, and takes a special interest in her son Jamie while pursing a scam on a corrupt foreign official.

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

George Hamilton ... Jamie

Ida Lupino ... Arlene

Patricia Medina ... Countess Marissa Maricelli

Brooke Hayward ... Kate

Jerry Douglas ... Harcourt

Reggie Nalder ... Sadakichi
Tom McBride ... Man Servant (as Thomas McBride)

Stephen Coit ... Gompers

Clark Howat ... P.R. Man
Joseph P. Burns ... Watchman
Jack Teter ... 2nd Reporter

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming (credit only)

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)

George Hoagland ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Bartender (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Commuter at Airport (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Take Me in Paris

15 November 1964
In Paris, Margaret, Timmy, and Tony come up against a swindler and his charming cohort who coax money out of unsuspecting, worried parents. They set up an elaborate scheme to try to expose them.

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gia Scala ... Simone Carnot

Alexander Scourby ... Gregor Szeleky

Vincent Gardenia ... Inspector Javert
Charles Watts ... Victor Wentworth

Émile Genest ... Chevillat
Michele Montau ... Monique Boileau

Tim Herbert ... Waiter
Christopher Essay ... Desk Clerk
Charles Giorgi ... Kruger
Paulette Martel ... Elevator Girl
Peter Balakoff ... Latour (as Ted Roter)
Nick Borgani ... Waiter (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... Police Office (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Fringe Benefits

22 November 1964
Alec agrees to go to Rio during Carnival to pick up a package for a couple of shady men and finds himself, in a plot twist, working for Scotland Yard.

David Niven ... Alec Fleming
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming

Suzy Parker ... Carol Conover

John Williams ... Inspector Briscoe
Ken Scott ... Michael Arno
Sarah Marshall ... Laura Manning

James Doohan ... Gordon Cutler

Robert Phillips ... Milo Vargas
Desiree Sumarra ... Anna Maria

Lawrence Montaigne ... Brian Walker
Simon Scott ... Gus Becker
Buddy Lewis ... Monty Clayver
Joseph V. Perry ... 1st Waiter (as Joe Perry)
Mustapha Pasha ... Manabu (as Arthur Boyadjian)
Tony Dante ... Monte Klaver (uncredited)
Christopher Riordan ... Wealthy European Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Plavonia, Hail and Farewell

29 November 1964
Tony and Margaret scheme to separate a very wealthy Plavonian, known as Mr. Smith, from some of his money, gotten through ruthless, cut-throat tactics. On the way to do so, Tony, posing as a well known international financier, is kidnapped.

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair (credit only)

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)

Oskar Homolka ... Mr. Smith

Barbara Bouchet ... Elsa Idonescu

Leon Askin ... Willie Hoffman

Leonid Kinskey ... Max Tabor
Jim Boles ... Briggs

John Barclay ... Butler (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Christopher Riordan ... Russian Ballet Dancer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Boston Money Party

6 December 1964
In Boston, a friend of Tony's loses his business to a wheeler-dealer named Mannix. Tony schemes to raise the money to buy it back for him by selling Mannix a company he doesn't own.

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

J.D. Cannon ... Paul Mannix

Diana Van der Vlis ... Ellen Bradwell
John Lasell ... George Bradwell
Christine White ... Claire Stanhope

Woodrow Parfrey ... Harmon Thayer
Robert Nash ... Secretary Stockholders Meeting
Jewell Lain ... Secretary
Lawrence Green ... Man
Ann Staunton ... Woman
John Hale ... Clerk
Patrick Riley ... 2nd Reporter

Russell Arms ... W.D. Armbruster
Walter Bacon ... Stockholder (uncredited)
Eddie Baker ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Mike Lally ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Paul Power ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Jean Ransome ... Stockholder (uncredited)
Fred Rapport ... Stockholder (uncredited)
Les Raymaster ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Servant (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: The Computer Goes West

13 December 1964
In Budapest, an old friend engages Marcel and Timmy to smuggle a intelligence computer. When the friend is murdered, corrupt official forces the pair to do his personal smuggling but the two plot to accomplish the original task.

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming (credit only)
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Susanne Cramer ... Nicol

Malachi Throne ... Commissar Szigeti

George Kennedy ... Major Vyx
Gilbert Green ... Kazinczy
Marcel Hillaire ... Rorvik

Martin Kosleck ... Jobka
Stephen Bekassy ... Zichy
Ilona Wilson ... Svarna
Benjie Bancroft ... Police Officer (uncredited)
George Blagoi ... Man at Customs (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ... Man at Customs (uncredited)
George Bruggeman ... Outpost Guard (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Hugger-Mugger, by the Sea

20 December 1964
Tony buys an entire lot of 22 ships sold by the US Navy, then offers to sell them to a crooked shipping magnate by convincing the man that on one them, $2 million worth of gold bullion is hidden.

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)

Ricardo Montalban ... Marius Konik

Kamala Devi ... Giana Lupescu

Marie Windsor ... Gloria Treat
Ray Fulmer ... Lieutenant

Harry Holcombe ... Commander Halloran

Raquel Welch ... Miss France

Barry Russo ... Bogen

Michael Fox ... Hogan

Alan Caillou ... Newscaster
Richard Warren ... Steel
Nick Borgani ... Steward (uncredited)

George Hoagland ... Union Member (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Waiter (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Show Attendee (uncredited)
Christopher Riordan ... Young Sailor Being Accused (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Union Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: The Real Russian Caviar

27 December 1964
The family concocts a scheme in which Auntie Margaret pretends to be Anastasia so that the Russian government will believe that she knows where the Romanoff fortune is hidden in order to collect a fee for the fortune's surrender.

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

Elsa Martinelli ... Maria Kuzenkov

Robert Ellenstein ... Nevsky

John Wengraf ... Drozhin

John Hoyt ... Spigal

Peter Brocco ... Berg

John Banner ... Steiner
Eric Micklewood ... Jewlery Salesman

Chuck Hicks ... Wrangel
Albert D'Arno ... Waiter (uncredited)
Marcel LeBon ... Maitre d' (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Money Is for Burning

3 January 1965
While salting an old castle with gems to entice a shady buyer, Tony and Timmy stumble across a den of thieves using the castle to stash stolen loot. They escape in a car containing a sack of the money. Complications ensue.

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair (credit only)
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

Susan Oliver ... Melinda
Lloyd Gough ... Herbert Crayle

Alan Napier ... John McKellway
John Alderson ... Bill
Noel Drayton ... Jacky
Peter Forster ... Superintendent Ames

Ben Wright ... Constable Huggins
Arthur Gould-Porter ... Leaming

Alan Caillou ... Announcer
Cicely Walper ... Mrs. Burton-Thomas

Frank Baker ... Club Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: Gambit by the Golden Gate

10 January 1965
Marcel (Charles Boyer) is set to perpetrate an art swap on stingy businessman Amos Cavanaugh (Broderick Crawford). But Cavanaugh has put a twist to the con by unexpectedly donating his Rembrandt to the SF Art Museum. Fake copies cloud the investigation while they search for the real Rembrandt. The museum and Cavanaugh wish to work the dealings on their own, keeping the press and the police out of it; when several step forward claiming they have the original and asking for a ransom. Can Marcel and the Rouges make everything right by finding and delivering the real Rembrandt to the museum (as promised by Cavanaugh) and then seeing that cheaters don't prosper in this complex double and triple cross.

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming

David Niven ... Alec Fleming
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

Broderick Crawford ... Amos Cavanaugh
Milton Selzer ... Gilbert Foster

Jean Hale ... Elizabeth Cavanaugh

Jacqueline Beer ... Jeanne

Michael Walker ... Michael Downey

Steven Geray ... Henri
Alice Backes ... Miss Watkins
Ted Dudomaine ... Man (as Ted du Domaine)
Ernestine Barrier ... Woman

Madeleine Taylor Holmes ... Woman

Emil Sitka ... Man
George Bruggeman ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Steve Carruthers ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Paul Cristo ... Party Guest (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Party Guest (uncredited)

George Hoagland ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... Party Guest (uncredited)
George Nardelli ... Waiter (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Les Raymaster ... Museum Patron (uncredited)

Leoda Richards ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Victor Romito ... Waiter (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Museum Patron (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Workman (uncredited)

Harry Wilson ... Museum Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Bless You, G. Carter Huntington

17 January 1965
When the remains of great, great uncle Alexis St. Clair are threatened with removal due to a greedy land developer who wants the property, the entire family comes together to prevent that happening.

David Niven ... Alec Fleming

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

Sally Kellerman ... Ilsa Huntington

Howard Duff ... G. Carter Huntington

Edgar Stehli ... Edgar

Eileen O'Neill ... Claire Manning
John Newton ... Wilson

Kendrick Huxham ... Gravekeeper

Tol Avery ... Chief

Richard Peel ... McClintock
Nelson Welch ... Clergyman
Janet Clark ... Martha
Walter Bacon ... Waiter (uncredited)

Lovyss Bradley ... Citizen at Meeting (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks ... Bartender (uncredited)
George Ford ... Maitre d' (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Club Member (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Citizen at Meeting (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Bartender (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Club Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: The Golden Ocean

24 January 1965
When ruthless and unusually wary tycoon Gregg Roberts tries to take advantage of Tony's friend Peter Stewart, Tony devises a scheme to have Roberts invest in a venture involving a new scientific method that produces gold.

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

Eddie Albert ... Gregg Roberts

Pippa Scott ... Jane Tyler
Ray Fulmer ... Jack Fisher
Harry Millard ... Hunt

Clark Howat ... Peter Stewart
John Hale ... Able
Greta Chi ... Aimee

Jonathan Hole ... Teller
Charles Alvin Bell ... Bank Manager
Jo de Winter ... Martha (as Jo De Winter)

Steve Carruthers ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ... Party Guest (uncredited)

George Hoagland ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Les Raymaster ... Bank Officer (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: The Diamond-Studded Pie

31 January 1965
Posing as an African safari guide, Tony takes the lead in teaching greedy and abrasive businessman Champion a lesson for cheating safari guide Rutledge by selling Champion a diamond mine that the family does not own.

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

Darren McGavin ... Amos Champion

Dianne Foster ... Alice Singer

Gavin Muir ... Carter Rutledge

Don Marshall ... Chalo
Ed Gilbert ... Pieter
George Pelling ... Havelok
Joe Harden ... Driver
Shep Houghton ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Bow to a Master

7 February 1965
Tony is robbed of a valuable pearl necklace - that he has just stolen from a crooked jeweler - by The Cat. He plans to recoup his loss by getting involved in The Cat's next caper.

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

Zachary Scott ... Le Chat
Laura Devon ... Barbara Cayasta
Christopher Dark ... Ali Mahmud

James Griffith ... Bert

Bill Quinn ... Commander Duncan
George Sawaya ... Panuji

Lawrence Montaigne ... Guard
Jim Boles ... Samuel Bone

Louise Lorimer ... Dowager
Bill Neff ... Hotel Manager (as William Neff)
Paul Sorensen ... Engineer

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)

Season 1, Episode 22: Run for the Money

14 February 1965
Tony and Timmy are enlisted by an old friend to smuggle gold that will support the underground from East Berlin and need to rescue the friend's daughter from the firing squad.

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming
Robert Coote ... Timmy Fleming

Diana Hyland ... Celeste Martel

Helmut Dantine ... Colonel von Reichert

Channing Pollock ... Lumindorf

Mimi Heinrich ... Lisa Kellerman (as Mimi Dubin)

Martin Kosleck ... Hugo Fischer

Ivan Triesault ... Mitter
Ed Gilbert ... Karl

Alex Gerry ... Papa Hans
Konstantin Shayne ... Commandant

Anthony Eustrel ... Waiter

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Herr Brand
George Blagoi ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Martin Clark ... Brinker (uncredited)
Bobby Gilbert ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Train Passenger (uncredited)

Colin Kenny ... Train Passenger (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Guard (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Chess Player (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: The Laughing Lady of Luxor

21 February 1965
Marcel and Timmy at Genoa to meet fellow con artist Armand who says a ship's cargo contains an unspecified item of value. After Armand is murdered, the two open shop with his widow to lure someone to identify the object.

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming (credit only)
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gia Scala ... Lisa de Monteforte

Everett Sloane ... Dubrovin

Nico Minardos ... Spiro Deleanos
Louise Latham ... Catherine DeMontrachet

John Orchard ... Lawrence Creighton
Edward Colmans ... Henri Carnot

Alberto Morin ... Armand de Montrachet
Loie Bridge ... Woman Tourist (as Loie E. Bridge)
Roger Til ... Bank Official
Bella Bruck ... Madelaine

Bill Coontz ... Hood (uncredited)

Vincent Gardenia ... Inspector (uncredited)
Bobby Gilbert ... Gallery Worker (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... German Officer (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Hood (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... German Officer (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Hood (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: The Bartered MacBride

28 February 1965
Tony as the son of an ostracized MacBride arrives after Amelia has murdered the father. Tony upon learning that his alter ego has been named sole heir renounces the inheritance but asks for swamp land which he later suggests holds oil.

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair (credit only)
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

Joanna Moore ... Annabelle MacBride

Simon Oakland ... Absalom MacBride

Jorja Curtright ... Amelia MacBride
Vincent Van Lynn ... Ashley MacBride

Cliff Osmond ... Sheriff Todd

Howard Freeman ... Orrin Banes
Napoleon Whiting ... Harrison

Jonathan Hole ... Hotel Clerk
Joe Harden ... Stable Man (as Joseph Harden)

Season 1, Episode 25: The Pigeons of Paris

7 March 1965
When Timmy's old school friend is murdered in France, he learns that the old friend was just not a painter but an intelligence agent at which time Timmy and Marcel decide to go Paris to investigate what appears to be unfinished espionage.

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming (credit only)
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

Jill St. John ... Jena Tate

John Williams ... Insp. Robert Briscoe

Gerald Mohr ... Carl Votrian
Marcel Hillaire ... Le Beau
Eileen Baral ... Monique
Jonathan Farwell ... Peter Hammer

Vincent Gardenia ... Inspector
Mathilda Calnan ... Concierge

Jason Wingreen ... Pepe
Charles La Torre ... Doctor
Nadia Sanders ... Party Girl
Monica Keating ... Mother Superior
Dick Cherney ... Hood (uncredited)
George Ford ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: Our Men in Marawat

14 March 1965
In exchange for overlooking Timmy's crime, Inspector Briscoe persuades Marcel and Timmy to undertake the dangerous mission of replacing a fake hand of a statue with the real one long ago stolen to prevent Mme. Ka using the theft to organize a coup.

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming (credit only)
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

Dana Wynter ... Madame Ka

John Williams ... Inspector Robert Briscoe
Christopher Dark ... General Buto Savin
Greta Chi ... Rinl

Philip Ahn ... Old Magician
Brendan Dillon ... Martin Quimby
Guy Lee ... Rini's Brother
Gerald Jann ... Madame Ka's Guard
Yan Shan Tung ... Stewardess (as Yau Shan Tung)
Barry Ford ... Airline Clerk

Spencer Chan ... Plane Passenger (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Inspector (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: Wherefore Art Thou, Harold?

21 March 1965
Girlie magazine tycoon Guy Gabriel wants to foreclose on Lady Brayford to acquire her rare book collection. The Rogues devise a scheme using an old Timmy forgery to save Lady Brayford from foreclosure.

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair (credit only)
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

Barbara Eden ... Sally Cardew

Estelle Winwood ... Lady Rachel

Robert Webber ... Guy Gabriel

John Abbott ... Sir Egbert

Robert Phillips ... Ben Spector
Hilda Plowright ... Lady Sybil Brayford

Lester Matthews ... Bailiff
Nelson Welch ... Flint
Marina Hane ... Doris
Margaret Mason ... Avis

Season 1, Episode 28: Grave Doubts

28 March 1965
Albert Sorel is pushed from a Swiss ski lift by two men but daughter Madeleine, Tony's friend, is informed by police her father died 20 years ago. In France Sorel's old friend Duval confirms this as two 'German cousins' appear in town.

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

David Niven ... Alec Fleming
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Jocelyn Lane ... Madeleine Sorel

Jonathan Harris ... Paul Duval

Robert H. Harris ... Otto Anhalt
James Frawley ... Inspector Charles Jouet

Vincent Gardenia ... Chief Inspector
Felix Locher ... Hans Farber
James Lanphier ... Swiss Detective

Albert Carrier ... Jean Sorel
Theodore J. Flicker ... Antique Dealer

Robert Easton ... Barman

Len Lesser ... Priest
Dal Jenkins ... Chauffeur (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Assistant Inspector (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 29: Mr. White's Christmas

4 April 1965
Horatio White is a modern-day Scrooge and, with the aid of a girl known as "Tiny Tim", the family conspires to make him see the error of his ways.

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)

Gig Young ... Tony Fleming (credit only)
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

John McGiver ... Horatio T. White

Jill Haworth ... Timothea Farley

Larry Hagman ... Mark Fleming
Hedley Mattingly ... Hutchins
Michael St. Clair ... Inspector Hawkins
John Trayne ... Alfred Harvey
Doris Lloyd ... Mrs. Hackett
Trevor Cuming ... Sergeant

William Beckley ... Young Man

James Gonzalez ... Reporter (uncredited)

Chuck Hamilton ... Reporter (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Reporter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 30: A Daring Step Backward

18 April 1965
When Marcel's old flame, Clothilde, has her entire new fashion design line pirated, the family comes together to make the pirate "walk the plank".

Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair

David Niven ... Alec Fleming
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair

Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair

George Sanders ... Leonard Carvel

Larry Hagman ... Mark Fleming

Dina Merrill ... Clothilde Bonheur

Camilla Sparv ... Helene
Ed Gilbert ... Gerber

Angela Greene ... McTeague

Molly Dodd ... Goldberg
Lou Krugman ... Harry
Monica Keating ... Woman Reporter
Nadia Sanders ... Salesgirl
Remo Pisani ... Gendarme

Lovyss Bradley ... Work Forewoman (uncredited)
Paul Bradley ... Reporter (uncredited)

Bill Coontz ... Hood (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ... Hood (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Reporter (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Michael Jeffers ... Reporter (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Hood (uncredited)
Earl Spainard ... Hood (uncredited)

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