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Season: 1 | 2 | 3
Year: 1968 | 1969 | 1970


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: A Thief Is a Thief

9 January 1968
Master thief Alexander Mundy is paroled from prison by SIA special agent Noah Bain in order to steal for the United States government on special occasions.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Senta Berger ... Claire Vickers

John Saxon ... Dead Man

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Susan Saint James ... Stewardess Anne Edwards

Michael Forest ... Courier
Anita Eubank ... Hilary Dickensen

Willi Koopman ... Jessica Hals

Stuart Margolin ... Prison Chaplain

Don 'Red' Barry ... Airline Captain (as Donald Barry)

Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson ... Concierge

Raymond Burr ... S.I.A. Bureau Chief

Wally Cox ... Tourist
Les Crane

James Drury ... Mr. Clifton, Ticket Agent

Kurt Kasznar ... Nightclub Manager

Joe Louis ... Prizefighter

Doug McClure ... Mr. Saunders, Ticket Agent

Leslie Nielsen ... S.I.A. Security Man
Russell Custer ... Inmate (uncredited)

Frank Evans ... Inmate #1 (uncredited)

Charlie Picerni ... Guard (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Agent (uncredited)

Leoda Richards ... Plane Passenger (uncredited)
Edwin Tuttle ... Plane Passenger (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: It Takes One to Know One

16 January 1968
Mundy is tasked with going to a small European state who's only source of income is its casino. Soviet infiltrators are attempting to steal the states crown jewels as a way of forcing the casino to close. Mundy must try and stop the robbery from happening

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Peter Mark Richman ... Anton Veitch (as Mark Richman)

Susan Saint James ... Princess Astride / Charlie Brown

Alfred Ryder ... Hunza Schroeder
Len Birman ... Prince Cesare di Montefiore
Renzo Cesana ... Count Eduard de Corvo

Francine York ... Miss Amanda Agnew

Ivan Triesault ... Maitre d'hotel
Bern Hoffman ... Guard Captain
Ron Gans ... 2nd Guard (as Ronald Gans)

Al Bain ... Casino Worker (uncredited)
Paul Bradley ... Croupier (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Croupier (uncredited)
Marco López ... Casino Guest (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Croupier (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Paul Ravel ... Casino Worker (uncredited)

Leoda Richards ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Servant (uncredited)
Victor Romito ... Croupier (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: When Boy Meets Girl

30 January 1968
Mundy needs all of his skills and talents to get a female defector safely out of enemy territory.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Suzy Parker ... Melinda Brooke

Donnelly Rhodes ... Harold Norman

David Hurst ... Capt. Kovich
Richard LePore ... Lt. Verok (as Richard Le Pore)
Karl Bruck ... Airport Director

Reggie Nalder ... Salesman
Peter Hellman ... Policeman

Albert Carrier ... The Guest
David Ahdar ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Gordon Armitage ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Al Bain ... Porter (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Dick Cherney ... Commuter (uncredited)

Noble 'Kid' Chissell ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Marco López ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Dennis McCarthy ... Clerk (uncredited)
Clyde McLeod ... Museaum Patron (uncredited)
Waclaw Rekwart ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Leoda Richards ... Woman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: A Very Warm Reception

6 February 1968
Mundy is tasked with infiltrating an embassy of a nation unfriendly to the United States. His job is to recover a list of enemy spies, unfortunately the Embassy staff know they are a high value target and have taken steps to stop an intrusion.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Simon Oakland ... Col. Savrille

Katherine Crawford ... Nancy Ross-White

Gavin MacLeod ... Major Kazan
Hagan Beggs ... Dr. Avrim

Stanley Waxman ... Ambassador Rhodos

Than Wyenn ... Safdi

Lew Palter ... Keating

Chuck Courtney ... V.W. Murrow
George Sawaya ... Observer
Ilka Windish ... Madame Rhodos
Paul Bradley ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Ethelreda Leopold ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Guard (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Security Guard (uncredited)
The Sundowners ... Raspberry Wristwatch (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: One Illegal Angel

13 February 1968
Mundy steals a famous Da Vinci painting, and arranges a buyer. To maximize his profits he arranges for a counterfeiter to produce a copy of the painting.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Fernando Lamas ... Francisco Arascan

Katherine Woodville ... Janet Sanders

Anthony Zerbe ... Johnny O'Farrel

Francine York ... Miss Agnew

John Alvin ... Dr. Warren
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Admiral (as Rodolfo Hoyos)
Fred Carson ... 1st Indian
Alex Montoya ... 1st Man

Ina Victor ... Spanish Girl (as Tina Victor)
Paul Bradley ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Joe Ferrante ... Guard (uncredited)

Barbara Morrison ... Museum Dowager (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Chauffer (uncredited)
Paul Ravel ... Butler (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Totally by Design

20 February 1968
Mundy must infiltrate a small Middle Eastern nation that is taking agricultural equipment supplied by the State department and reselling it for weapons. Once in, Mundy has to figure out a way the short circuit the deal.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Tina Louise ... Anna Martine

John Van Dreelen ... Gen. Kunay (as John van Dreelen)

Mari Blanchard ... Madame Gamar

Ron Soble ... Col. Parviz

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Sheik Al Hamal (as Oscar Beregi)

Francine York ... Miss Amanda Agnew

Lyn Peters ... Miss Najess
Jan Arvan ... Mullah
Peter Balakoff ... Officer (as Ted Roter)
Walter Linden ... 2nd Guard
John McKee ... Warehouseman (as John R. McKee)
Joe Ferrante ... Guard (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: When Thieves Fall In

27 February 1968
Mundy has to find a way to steal a shipment of Baltic furs that have valuable information about ICBM designs sown into them.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Susan Saint James ... Charlie Brown
Mario Alcalde ... Major Dimitri
Terry Jenkins ... Henderson

Ben Wright ... Commander Bakst

Ben Astar ... Commissar Pavelchenko

Cec Linder ... The Official

Charlene Holt ... Miss Spencer
Amzie Strickland ... Saleswoman
Lorna Thayer ... Female Warden
Murray Pollack ... Attendant
Lindon Crow ... Control Man
Michael Florian ... Man
Benjie Bancroft ... Security Guard (uncredited)
George Blagoi ... Delegate (uncredited)
Joe Ferrante ... Guard (uncredited)
H.W. Gim ... Commuter at Airport (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Delegate (uncredited)
Waclaw Rekwart ... Delegate (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Security Guard (uncredited)
Bernard Sell ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: A Spot of Trouble

5 March 1968
Sensitive plans for a new weapon are stolen, and after the best agents in the government fail to locate them back Mundy is called. What seems like an easy job becomes complicated when it is realized the plans have been micro dotted

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Katherine Crawford ... Nancy Ross-White

William Campbell ... Pierre Gropius

Cliff Osmond ... Kurt Kredo
Joan Patrick ... Paula

Barbara Rhoades ... Hilda
Charles Lampkin ... Gardener
Geraldine Baron ... Dana

Meg Wyllie ... Elderly Lady
Victor Bozeman ... Waiter
Donald Lawton ... Hotel Clerk

James McEachin ... Headwaiter
Paul Bradley ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

George Hoagland ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Ervin Richardson ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: When Good Friends Get Together

12 March 1968
The Prince of an Asian country is visiting the US. There are concerns that an assassination attempt could happen. Mundy is asked to join the prince's house hold and try and spot any potential threats

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Rosemary Forsyth ... Miss Harris

Patrick Adiarte ... Crown Prince

James Shigeta ... Fong Sing
Frances Fong ... Madame Chen

Robert Ito ... Chief Aide

Keye Luke ... Dubek
Teru Shimada ... Mr. Tsu
Kam Tong ... 1st Servant
Stanley Farrar ... Bank Manager

Eve Bruce ... Miss Helga Nelson

Season 1, Episode 10: Birds of a Feather

19 March 1968
Mundy's mission to retrieve a microfilm capsule leads him from an eccentric spy in a communist prison to a beautiful ambassador's wife with a cameo ring marked confidential.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Tisha Sterling ... Madame Trish Marcu

Mark Lenard ... Colonel Kessler

Strother Martin ... Willard Knox

Taina Elg ... Anya Selina
Charles Macaulay ... Nicolae Marcu

Charlene Holt ... Tracey Lewis
Richard Karlan ... 1st Guard

Henry Corden ... Director

Peter Brocco ... Vlado Miloslav
Eva Monty ... Greta
Gene Tyburn ... 3rd Guard
David Armstrong ... Guard (uncredited)

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

Duke Fishman ... Inmate (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: To Steal a Battleship

26 March 1968
A U.N diplomat is suspected of stealing NATO plans and trying to sell them. Mundy must search the man's extensive house and try to recover the documents.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Bill Bixby ... George Palmer

Linda Marsh ... Irena Damos
Janis Hansen ... The Blonde
Maurice Marsac ... Mr. Bjornsen

Naomi Stevens ... Mrs. Bjornsen
Sharon Harvey ... Temptress
Ralph Smiley ... Servant

John Sebastian ... 3rd Man
Paul Sorensen ... 1st Man
John Breen ... Commuter at Airport (uncredited)
Fred Carson ... Dimitri (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Commuter at Airport (uncredited)
Jean Vachon ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Turnabout

2 April 1968
Mundy is briefed to attempt to steal a new generation of optical lens from a Soviet science institute. At the last moment he is injured and Noah has to step into his shoes, with Mundys coaching.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Ida Lupino ... Dr. Schneider

Steve Ihnat ... Col. Gilveney

Shannon Farnon ... Elena Ames

Lawrence Montaigne ... Lt. Dorganoff

Lev Mailer ... Guard (as Ralph Maurer)
Nikita Knatz ... Secret Policeman
Jack Tesler ... Janitor
Peter Hellman ... Sergeant (as Peter Hellmann)
Marvin Wyler ... Waiter
Bobby Gilbert ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Emma Palmese ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Waclaw Rekwart ... Worker (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: The Radomir Miniature

9 April 1968
While escaping across the border with his family, the ten year-old daughter of a scientist is captured, and being held against him for his return. Al Mundy to the rescue.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Ina Balin ... Dina
Jill Donohue ... Anja

Richard Van Vleet ... Janos

Than Wyenn ... Major Lukovits

Eve Plumb ... Maritsa

Gail Bonney ... Matron
Allen Joseph ... Clerk
Dick Balduzzi ... Officer
George Perina ... 1st Guard
George Sawaya ... 1st Policeman
Nick Borgani ... Citizen Crossing Border (uncredited)
Mike Morelli ... Observer on Sidewalk (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Locked in the Cradle of the Keep

16 April 1968
The SIA stages an elaborate ruse to perpetrate Al's 'defection' to the Eastern Bloc; he is tasked to steal something, but doesn't know what; It takes his deductive talents to figure that out, before he can successfully pull off the job.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Celeste Yarnall ... Ilsa
Marti Stevens ... Commissar Malenska
Joseph Bernard ... Boris (as Joe Bernard)
Philip Chapin ... Georg
Walter Janovitz ... 1st Guard
Murray Kamelhar ... 2nd Guard
Robert Rudelson ... 2nd Reporter
Don Lucas ... 1st Reporter
Shep Houghton ... Museum Patron (uncredited)
Paul King ... Citizen (uncredited)
Mike Morelli ... Reporter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: A Matter of Royal Larceny

23 April 1968
Noah orders Alexander Mundy to return a royal orb after a rich and beautiful jet-setter lifts it from its display case on a drunken whim. Little does anyone know that the orb holds an explosive surprise.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Lynda Day George ... Samantha Sutton (as Lynda Day)

Henry Wilcoxon ... Prime Minister Garth

J. Pat O'Malley ... Thoreau

Don Knight ... Bertie Turner
Brenda Benet ... Nicole

Lawrence Dane ... Capt. Van Zandt

Ben Murphy ... King Pineau

Alan Caillou ... Janos Kowalski
Roz Hill ... Patti
Ron Gans ... Sentry
Gregg Martell ... Bartender
The Great John L. ... Tattooed Man
David Armstrong ... Guard (uncredited)
Paul Bradley ... Royal Entourage Member (uncredited)

George Hoagland ... Royal Entourage Member (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Royal Entourage Member (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Royal Entourage Member (uncredited)
Victor Romito ... Servant (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Lay of the Land

30 April 1968
Noah sends Al to break into a duchess's villa, not to steal her jewels, but the manuscript of her memoir.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Hermione Gingold ... Duchess Christina

Sheila Larken ... Zizi

Larry D. Mann ... Dedier

Stuart Margolin ... Dimitri Stavro
Helen Funai ... Lori Chan
William Traylor ... Milo

Cathy Lee Crosby ... Susan (as Cathy Crosby)

John Sebastian ... Schreiber
Jerry Summers ... Andre

Chuck Courtney ... Henchman
Hans Moebus ... Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: One Night on Soledade

24 September 1968
Pierre Dushon, son of the Soledade dictator, has been poisoned. The SIA fears the dictator will wrongly blame neighboring Casturo, friendly to the US. Al must steal the body, hidden by the superstitious people in the catacombs.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Thomas Gomez ... Dictator

Madlyn Rhue ... Melinda Garcia

Nancy Kovack ... Jaimie McQue (as Nancy D. Kovack)

Logan Ramsey ... Pierre Dushon
Carlos Romero ... Andreas
Angus Duncan ... Lt. Rigo

George Sperdakos ... Ricardo Salinas

Bartlett Robinson ... Col. Prentice

Alex Wilson ... Stetson
Marc Desmond ... Servant

George Hoagland ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: A Sour Note

1 October 1968
The SIA wants proof Nazi war criminal Karl Muller has a new identify. It is in the safe of Luigi Dimontelli, son of a Fascist Italy bureaucrat. Luigi loves opera. The SIA persuades a diva to perform for him. Al poses as her manager.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Suzanne Pleshette ... Angela Funello

Harvey Lembeck ... Gino di Roma

Gino Conforti ... Luigi Dimontelli

Bruce Gordon ... Tonio Boselli

Martin Kosleck ... Schroeder

John Sebastian ... Kratz
Vince Williams ... Hogan
Henry Dar Boggia ... Butler (as Henry dar Boggia)
Tony Dante ... 1st Guard (as Tony Danté)
Paul Bradley ... Guest (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... Guest (uncredited)
Ethelreda Leopold ... Guest (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: The Bill Is in Committee

8 October 1968
Al impersonates a magician and, accompanied by the magician's assistant, goes to a European principality to steal the negatives of compromising photos of a US Congressman, who is being blackmailed into supporting the country.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Roger C. Carmel ... Paz

John Van Dreelen ... Valdone (as John van Dreelen)

Yvonne Craig ... Roxanne

Jocelyn Lane ... Michelle
Tom Basham ... Hagney
Donald Lawton ... Butler
Alex Rodine ... Guard

Gordon Oliver ... Congressman Marks
Paul Bradley ... Magic Show Spectator (uncredited)

Hank Robinson ... Magic Show Spectator (uncredited)

John Roy ... Magic Show Spectator (uncredited)

O.J. Simpson ... Airplane Passenger (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: The Thingamabob Heist

15 October 1968
Al must steal a sample of a revolutionary new type of jet fuel, the only trouble is he doesn't know what to look for.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Ricardo Montalban ... Nick Grobbo

Sharon Acker ... Dr. Edwina Hopkins

Bill Russell ... George the Butler (as William 'Bill' Russell)
Kay Peters ... Countess Georgiana

Noah Keen ... Professer Corcoran
James Gavin ... Sentry
Don Ross ... S.I.A. Agent

Martin Kosleck ... 2nd Agent

Gene Dynarski ... 1st Agent
Sharon Harvey ... Lady Cook
Ann Morell ... Lady Barber (as Anne Morell)

Walter Woolf King ... Curator
Tiger Joe Marsh ... Man B
Ben Frank ... Chauffer

Milt Kogan ... Man A
Jack Clinton ... Security Guard (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Get Me to the Revolution on Time

22 October 1968
Al must pose as a cocktail mixologist to gain access to a safe which can only be opened with multiple electronic keys, each emitting a different tonal pitch.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Ivan Dixon ... General Christophe

Morgan Woodward ... Ivor Phillips
Ena Hartman ... Jasmin

Wende Wagner ... Linda

Robert F. Simon ... Vogel
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Machado (as Rodolfo Hoyos)

Ivan Triesault ... Kruger

Émile Genest ... Boileau (as Emile Genest)
Peter Marland-Jones ... Cormack Shannon
Darlene Enlow ... 1st Lady
Keith Walker ... 1st Man
Victor Bozeman ... 2nd Officer
Paul Factor ... 1st Officer

Season 2, Episode 6: The Packager

29 October 1968
A millionaire blackmails Al into doing a job by threatening to expose his involvement with SIA.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Alex Dreier ... Amby Billington

Lee Meredith ... Helena

William Smithers ... Mr. Aiken
John McCann ... Edmund

Lane Bradford ... Anderson
Jim Malinda ... Wilke

James McEachin ... Gate Guard
Margaret Field ... Miss Hibler
Fabian Dean ... Foreman
Lew Brown ... Vault Guard
Robert Reese ... Senator

Foster Brooks ... Judge

Al Bain ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Peter Paul Eastman ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Leoda Richards ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Hans Across the Border: Part 1

12 November 1968
Al's simple task this time involves the recovery of a set of papers from a wall safe but, the safe is in a house located somewhere behind the Berlin Wall. Breaking in is the first trick, breaking back out again is the real challenge.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Joseph Cotten ... Col. Heinrich

Pamela Austin ... Corey Levin
Mario Alcalde ... Lieutenant Hardtman

Frank DeKova ... Gen. Tashkov (as Frank de Kova)

Georg Stanford Brown ... Bates

John Hoyt ... Mundt

Willi Koopman ... Heide Schiller

Than Wyenn ... Hans Schiller

James Flavin ... Gen. Levin
Erik Holland ... Schneider
Dennis McCarthy ... 2nd U.S. Doctor
Robert Boon ... German Doctor
Ed Haskett ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Hans Across the Border: Part 2

19 November 1968
In Part 2 of this Cold War plot, Al reluctantly returns to the home of the East German general from whom he has stolen a set of papers, in order to plant disinformation about another character, in the safe.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Joseph Cotten ... Col. Heinrich

Pamela Austin ... Corey Levin
Mario Alcalde ... Lieutenant Hardtman

Frank DeKova ... Gen. Tashkov (as Frank de Kova)

Georg Stanford Brown ... Bates

John Hoyt ... Mundt

Willi Koopman ... Heide Schiller

Than Wyenn ... Hans Schiller

James Flavin ... Gen. Levin
Erik Holland ... Schneider
Dennis McCarthy ... 2nd U.S. Doctor
Robert Boon ... German Doctor

Season 2, Episode 9: A Case of Red Turnips

26 November 1968
Mundy is ordered to attend a foreign film festival and steal the only copy of an avant-garde motion picture. The movie's director accidentally filmed eleven American spies making a drop at a location behind the Iron Curtain and if the film is premiered the agents will all soon be captured or dead.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Noel Harrison ... Lester V. Griffin
Amy Thomson ... Iris Vander
Sándor Szabó ... Malchek (as Sandor Szabo)
Miko Mayama ... Joy Sung

Nate Esformes ... Paco

Richard Loo ... Clown

Foster Brooks ... Drunk

Peggy Rea ... Woman
Dick Poston ... Editor
Nick Borgani ... Vendor (uncredited)
Sig Frohlich ... Waiter (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Croupier (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Festival Guest (uncredited)
Norman Stevans ... Resort Guest (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: The Galloping Skin Game

3 December 1968
Al must steal a document hidden in a scientific paper at a conference in Rome. The SIA doesn't know which of the 100 papers contains the document. Al deduces that the paper will be handled by a high-value fence, Grobo, and schemes to get on his good side by stealing the Kimberly Diamond and having Grobo fence it for him. Al comes up with a unique solution to obtain the key paper before it's delivered to Grobo, while also keeping the diamond (that the SIA returns).

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Ricardo Montalban ... Nick Grobbo

Martine Beswick ... Christine Leland

Michael Conrad ... Anton

James McEachin ... Earl Danton

Richard Kiel ... Willy

Don Diamond ... Messenger
Hannie Landman ... Clarisse

Michael Masters ... Sandone
Bob Golden ... Bonelli
Joseph La Cava ... Croupier
Katherine Berger ... Baroness
Rudy Germane ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... Gambler (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Gambler (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Bartender (uncredited)
Edwin Tuttle ... Gambler (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Glass Riddle

17 December 1968
Al makes a withdrawal from a safety deposit box (not his).

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain
Marion Marshall ... Myrna Lathum

Jason Evers ... Aubrey Lathum
Linda Lawson ... Jean

Roy Poole ... Roper

Paul Langton ... Preston Washburne

Allen Emerson ... Morris
George Robotham ... Webster

Season 2, Episode 12: To Catch a Roaring Lion

31 December 1968
Al returns a stolen item, rather than stealing it.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Brock Peters ... Chak

Denise Nicholas ... Toosdhi
Khigh Dhiegh ... Fu Cheng

George Takei ... Wo

Davis Roberts ... Bardimhu

Ken Renard ... Walamba
Charles Lampkin ... Professor Kilghi
Isaac Fields ... Gara (as Izack Fields)
Jai Rich ... Desk Clerk

Ji-Tu Cumbuka ... Roosevelt
Larry Duran ... Lee
Wesley Gale ... Dignitary (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Tourist (uncredited)
Chester Jones ... Dignitary (uncredited)
Paul King ... Dignitary (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Guess Who's Coming to Rio

7 January 1969
Al takes a vacation. Or at least, tries to take one.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Alejandro Rey ... Mendoza

Michael Ansara ... Sergio

John Russell ... William Dover

Dana Wynter ... The Contessa del Mundo

Arlene Martel ... Katrina Molensky
Aram Katcher ... Quiggs

Teri Garr ... Maggie Philbin (as Terry Garr)
Bruno VeSota ... Demetrius (as Bruno Ve Sota)
Bruce Belland ... Raoul
Julio Medina ... Haberdasher
Freddie Roberto ... Maitre d' (as Freddy Roberto)
Luiz Bonfá ... Musician
Bola Sete ... Musician (as The Bola Sete Trio)

Don Anderson ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Victor Romito ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: The Artist Is for Framing

21 January 1969
Al is being expertly framed for several jewelry heist. But by who?

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Paul Henreid ... Berman

Gia Scala ... Angel

Dennis Patrick ... State's Attorney
Patrick Horgan ... Vic Torres
Alfred Dennis ... Herman Grosse
Peter Balakoff ... Sykes (as Ted Roter)

Nelson Olmsted ... Store Manager
Bob Golden ... Officer

Don Anderson ... Gambler (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Gambler (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Roulette Dealer (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Gambler (uncredited)

Leoda Richards ... Gambler (uncredited)

Jeffrey Sayre ... Croupier (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: The Naked Billionaire

28 January 1969
Daniel Ryder's electronics firm has won a defense contract, but the SIA suspects the reclusive billionaire is being impersonated. Al's old flame Nina Gray is involved with the firm. Can Al trust her help and will she be in danger?

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Sally Kellerman ... Nina Gray

Richard Carlson ... Daniel K. Ryder

Peter Mark Richman ... Carl Kovacs (as Mark Richman)
Edward Ashley ... Parnell Grady

Peter Hobbs ... Mr. Cook
Irwin Charone ... Maintenance Man

William Bakewell ... Hotel Clerk
Walt Davis ... Guard (as Walter Davis)

Don Anderson ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: A Matter of Grey Matter: Part 1

4 February 1969
Dodie Dubois is a terrible actress with a reclusive rich elderly boyfriend financing her movie career. He is also developing missile technology with countries hostile to the US. Al poses as a distribution agent to find and stop Wolfgang.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Joey Heatherton ... Dodie DuBois

Paul Lukas ... Von Wolfgang

Don Knight ... Bertie

Edward Everett Horton ... Lord Pelham-Gifford

Alan Caillou ... Whitaker

Michael Forest ... Cheech

Barry Williams ... Herbie DuBois
Jill Donohue ... Gabriella

Anthony Caruso ... Runyon

Ron Feinberg ... Szabo
Lewis Loughran ... Man
Brian Gaffikin ... Cameraman

Al Bain ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Benjie Bancroft ... Maitre D' (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Croupier (uncredited)
Clyde McLeod ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Crew Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: A Matter of Grey Matter: Part 2

11 February 1969
Dodie's genius little brother Herbie gets nabbed as a potential bargaining chip but is let go. He is pressured to produce from memory a math formula for new rocket fuel. Al finds Herbie and Wolfgang in time.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Joey Heatherton ... Dodie DuBois

Paul Lukas ... Von Wolfgang

Don Knight ... Bertie

Leon Askin ... Boris Bolshoi

Alan Caillou ... Whitaker

Michael Forest ... Cheech

Reginald Owen ... Clerk

Barry Williams ... Herbie DuBois
Jill Donohue ... Gabriella

Anthony Caruso ... Runyon

Ron Feinberg ... Szabo (as Ronald Feinberg)

Richard Peel ... Stoneham
Joseph La Cava ... Croupier
Benjie Bancroft ... Maitre D' (uncredited)
Peter Paul Eastman ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Clyde McLeod ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Crew Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: Catspaw

18 February 1969
The brother of the ruler of La Monica has stolen the crown jewels. They are on Clayton Hewitt's moat surrounded estate. The SIA wants to recover them, but Al gets injured. He and Noah hoodwink Al's protégé into doing the heist for them.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Fernando Lamas ... Pepe Rouchet

Sharon Acker ... Dr. Edwina Hopkins
Ann Prentiss ... Desk Clerk

Lloyd Bochner ... Clayton Hewitt
Tom Basham ... Anton

Allen Emerson ... Mitchell
Danny Klega ... Aide
Gordon Ayres ... 1st Reporter
Tom Curtis ... 2nd Reporter
Duke Cigrang ... Guard

Don Anderson ... Guard (uncredited)
Sig Frohlich ... Porter (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Clerk (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: Boom at the Top

25 February 1969
The SIA orders Mundy to give a Washington, D.C., party in hopes he can nab the pickpocket who recently invaded a similar event in order to find a microdot. Complications arise when an acquaintance arrives with a bomb strapped to him in hopes that Mundy can disarm it.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Carol Lynley ... Michelle

Roddy McDowall ... Roger

Will Kuluva ... France

Barry Sullivan ... Robert Benjamin
Luis Estevez ... Luis Estévez (as Luis Estévez)
Charles H. Radilak ... Shuster (as Charles Radilac)

Byron Morrow ... Rawlings

Tristram Coffin ... Banks (as Tris Coffin)
Shirley O'Hara ... Wife
Rico Cattani ... Byron
Sue Dean ... 1st Model
Jackie Dexter ... 2nd Model
Dolores M. Greer ... 3rd Model
June Tighe ... 4th Model
Joyce Sklar ... 5th Model
Earl Grant ... Earl Grant

Don Anderson ... S.I.A. Agent (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: The Funeral Is on Mundy

11 March 1969
While on a mission to discredit a crack thief of an adversarial spy group, Mundy discovers the thief murdered during assignment and learns that he is an additional target of the other thief's mysterious assassin.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy / Major Grimes

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Julie Newmar ... Susannah Sutton

John Williams ... Col. Waldebrooke

John Orchard ... Sergeant-Major

Reggie Nalder ... Goldman
Clarke Gordon ... Butler
David Lampson ... Lieutenant
Jill Curzon ... Miss Garrett
Diana Chesney ... Landlady
Chris Howard ... Private
Peter Ashton ... Guard

Lee Stanley ... 1st Marine
John Sistrunk ... 2nd Marine (as Johnny Sistrunk)
Pamela Moffitt ... Maid
Howard Curtis ... Vanescu - Electrician

Season 2, Episode 21: The Baranoff Timetable

18 March 1969
Costa d'Oro secretary Ortega plans a Communist coup in the region and commits it to a paper the SIA wants. Al arouses the suspicions of locals loyal to El Presidente, and must deal with his unreliable contact, palace guest Laurie Brooks.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy / Alexander Ward

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Jessica Walter ... Lori Brooks

Ray Danton ... Secretary Raymon Ortega

Nico Minardos ... Lieutenant Diego

Larry D. Mann ... Achille Morales
Renzo Cesana ... President Gutierrez
Kay Cole ... Maria Gutierrez
Carlos Romero ... Director
Marc Desmond ... Announcer
Natividad Vacío ... Engineer
George Sawaya ... Garcia
Pedro Regas ... Old Man
Elana Cooper ... Peasant Girl
Duke Cigrang ... Guard
Francisco Ortega ... 1st Man

Don Anderson ... Henchman (uncredited)
Ben Frommer ... Commuter at Airport (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ... Security Guard (uncredited)
Jose Portugal ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Victor Romito ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: Rock-Bye, Bye, Baby

25 March 1969
The SIA wants a notebook in the old 1920's era safe of Domino Club owner Manny Grayson. Al wants old San Jobel pal Rocky to help. Noah alludes to Frankenstein's Monster and warns Al of trouble if Rocky gets involved.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Edmond O'Brien ... Rocky McCauley

Gavin MacLeod ... Seymour

Melodie Johnson ... Sherri

Harold J. Stone ... Manny Grayson

Sterling Holloway ... Elmo

James Millhollin ... Rudy

Gregory Sierra ... Fletcher
Sharon Lynch ... Waitress
Jerome Thor ... Saunders

Don Anderson ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: The Family

1 April 1969
Al gets quarantined in the highly secure household of a reclusive elderly oil magnate, to find out who is behind his oil sales to Iron Curtain countries.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy / Hal Gregory

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Geraldine Brooks ... Andrea Lockridge

Gordon Pinsent ... Gerald Lockridge
Carla Borelli ... Laura Cannon
Cyril Delevanti ... John B. Cannon

Cindy Eilbacher ... Charlotte Cannon
Michael Quinlivan ... Phillip Cannon

Sidney Clute ... Dr. Bynum

George Barrows ... Miles (as George D. Barrows)
Gary Van Ormand ... 2nd Guard (as Gary Van Orman)
Michael Nixon ... Arnie Pace

Season 2, Episode 24: 38-23-36

8 April 1969
Al poses as a fashion photographer at an international beauty pageant. He knows only the measurements of the girl who is a dangerous enemy spy, and what a set of figures.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Nancy Kovack ... Penny Colbert

Curt Lowens ... Kurt Kosbec

Charles Dierkop ... Radko

Tanya Lemani ... Mercedes Crios / Miss Greece (as Tania Lemani)
Ann Morell ... Rosette (as Anne Morell)

Bart Burns ... Henry Moore
Jane Betts ... Hilda
Frances Spanier ... Receptionist
Ralph Montgomery ... Hotel Officer
Wadsworth Taylor ... Guard
Jonathan Steele ... Policeman (as M. Jonathan Steele)
Shirleena Manchur ... Miss Egypt
Susana Miranda ... Miss Mexico
Johnine Leigh Avery ... Miss United States
Sandra Bettin ... Miss Israel (as Miss Saundra Gayle)

Lavelle Roby ... Miss Jamaica

Bebe Louie ... Miss Hong Kong

Mary Charlotte Wilcox ... Miss Canada (as Mary Wilcox)
Gari Hardy ... 2nd Queen
Elizabeth Thompson ... Miss Bulgaria
Inge Jaklyn ... Miss Finland
Gloria Hill ... 1st Queen
Rena Horten ... Miss Norway
Paulette Blair ... Miss Nigeria
Gloria Mills ... Miss New Zealand

Don Anderson ... Doorman (uncredited)
Sig Frohlich ... Bellboy (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Motorist (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: The Great Chess Gambit

15 April 1969
A SAC bomber with three nuclear weapons aboard crashes. The bombs are recovered but the 3311 "Black Box", a failsafe device that receives the plane's "Go Order" direct from the President, is missing and being held for ransom. Al Mundy must outbid the Russians and retrieve the device.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy / Colonel Marina

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Nehemiah Persoff ... Harry Lavender

Greg Mullavey ... Georgie

Stuart Margolin ... Sagalis

Ben Cooper ... Captain Maxwell

Peter Coe ... Kurt
Sheila Nealson ... Sheila
David Renard ... Raphael
María Noel ... Lady in Red
Dick O'Shea ... Sparky Kramer
Don Lorbett ... Huck

Dick Simmons ... General (as Richard Simmons)

William Bryant ... Pilot
Tiger Joe Marsh ... Brutus

Chuck Bowman ... Co-Pilot
Roberto Iglesias ... Doctor

Carol Locatell ... Girl (as Carol Larson)

Don Anderson ... Digger (uncredited)
Eumenio Blanco ... Villager (uncredited)
Mike Morelli ... Villager (uncredited)
Jose Portugal ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: Mad in Japan

22 April 1969
After receiving the message "Dangerous Weapon Inside: Code 409" from two S.I.A. agents in the Far East, who may be have been killed, Noah sends Al and Dr. Hopkins to Japan to retrieve the prototype for a portable, hand-held laser gun.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Malachi Throne ... Noah Bain

Alex Dreier ... Charlie Catlett

Sharon Acker ... Dr. Edwina Hopkins

Benson Fong ... Dr. Takida

Nobu McCarthy ... Kim
Yuki Shimoda ... Togasi

Philip Ahn ... Owner

Soon-Tek Oh ... Servant (as Soon Taik Oh)
Lloyd Kino ... Bartender

Marya Thomas ... Oriental Girl (as Marya Christen)
Debbie Wong ... Nurse
Kay Shimatsu ... 1st Man
Michael-James Wixted ... Boy
Robert Kino ... 2nd Man
Terance Tashiro ... Japanese Boy
Ray Ballard ... Man in Linen Suit

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Saturday Night in Venice

25 September 1969
In Venice, Al is poisoned by a beautiful Soviet agent, and she tells him he has less than 48 hours to return the item he stole or he won't get the antidote.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Delia Boccardo ... Lita

John Russell ... William Dover

Severn Darden ... Ambassador Nikolai Palenkin
John Stacy ... Doctor

Jack Betts ... Garrison (as Hunt Powers)
Carol Jean Larson ... Nurse

Michael Strong ... Col. Malkov

Season 3, Episode 2: Who'll Bid Two Million Dollars?

2 October 1969
Al is sent to Porto Ercolle to recover stolen Plutonium, and is mistaken for someone named George.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Edward Binns ... Wally Powers

Paola Pitagora ... Jeanette Martine

Peter Sellers ... Man in Harbor Records Office

Jacques Herlin ... The Frenchman

Nicoletta Machiavelli ... Varina
Nike Arrighi ... Duchess (as Niké Arrighi)
Kalam Shamsuddin ... Indrahan
Calisto Calisti ... Police Lieutenant (as Callisto Callisti)

Season 3, Episode 3: The Beautiful People

9 October 1969
The enemy agent impersonates the captured SIA chief to trick Mundy into locating a defecting Soviet.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

John Van Dreelen ... General Alekseiko (as John van Dreelan)

Teri Garr ... Maggie Philbin (as Terry Garr)

Ann Smyrner ... Lonnie Trevor
Michel Bardinet ... Special Agent Dumont
Fielding Greaves ... Kurt

Season 3, Episode 4: The Great Casino Caper

16 October 1969
Alex's latest assignment is to rob a casino that is passing counterfeit money. But he doesn't think he can do it on his own. He says he needs the help of the best thief of all time, his father. So he has to try and convince his father to do so.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Fred Astaire ... Alistair Mundy

Edward Binns ... Wally Powers

Adolfo Celi ... Eric Redman
Francesco Mulé ... Funello

Gérard Herter ... Plummit (as Gerard Herter)
John Siegfried ... Tour Guide
Carol Jean Larson ... Girl in Casino
Françoise Prévost ... The Marquessa
Murray Pollack ... Security Guard (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: Flowers from Alexander

23 October 1969
Beautiful SIA agent Lorrie James is in trouble and running for her life. She holds documents of vital importance that must be delivered to Rome within two days. While shopping in a market, Al and Lorrie meet and she passes the information to him without him understanding what she has given him. Later they meet and she explains her situation and the urgency of her mission. She begs Al to help her. In spite of Al's complaints and concerns, Lorrie convinces him to help her get the documents to Rome.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Senta Berger ... Laurie James / Claire Vickers

Nigel Patrick ... Charles

Frank Latimore ... Peter Sykes

Tony Young ... Ramsey

Venantino Venantini ... Nicholas

Allen Emerson ... Mitchell's Man
Bill Vanders ... Mitchell

Season 3, Episode 6: The Blue, Blue Danube

30 October 1969
Mundy is sent in to bring back William Dover, an SIA executive, so the SIA won't have to kill him. So, Al goes undercover as a ballet expert, seeking to break a catatonic Dover out of the hospital, but the bad guys are on to him.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy / Munson

Liliane Montevecchi ... Madame Tanya Varhos

Martine Beswick ... Maria

John Russell ... William Dover
Sándor Szabó ... Franz Varhos (as Sandor Szabo)

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Kerenko (as Oscar Beregi)

Robert Ellenstein ... Jan Vladyk

Edward Faulkner ... Wardlow
Charles H. Radilak ... Karyl
William Cort ... Whitman (as Bill Cort)
Beverly Zon ... Ilsa
Leo G. Morrell ... Friend (as Leo Morrell)
Danny Klega ... Soldier
Carroll Adams ... Guard (as Carroll W. Adams)

Season 3, Episode 7: The Three Virgins of Rome

6 November 1969
Al Mundy is sent to foil the heist of some very public paintings when he runs into that other Mundy, a well-known art thief. For spice, add one beautiful agent, one crooked benefactor, and one very smart cop,

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy / Mr. Beck

Fred Astaire ... Alistair Mundy / The Panther

Edmund Purdom ... Ferdie

Karin Dor ... Angela

Victor Buono ... Mr. Kent

Massimo Serato ... Inspector Sabatini
Richard Karlan ... Forbes
Cecilia Todeschini ... Carla Minelli
Francesco Mulé ... Funello
Davy Kaye ... Roxell

Season 3, Episode 8: Payoff in the Piazza

13 November 1969
Al's mission is interrupted by a mysterious group of royal Asian refugees fleeing a coup. Beautiful, pesky Charlie Brown keeps trying to get a piece of the action. Can Al save the queen, foil the coup, and get the girl?

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy / Mr. Martin

David Opatoshu ... General Feng
Rudy Solari ... Joe Manetti
Carla Borelli ... Queen Consort

John Russell ... William Dover

Susan Saint James ... Charlie Brown

Richard Loo ... Dr. Langpoor
Cynthia Hull ... Mamsani Langpoor
Fuji ... Choi

Soon-Tek Oh ... Javanese (as Soon-Taik Oh)
Freddie Roberto ... Alberto (as Freddy Roberto)
Linda Daneaux ... Switchboard Girl
Karl Bruck ... Clerk

Season 3, Episode 9: The King of Thieves

20 November 1969
On a romantic evening with Al, a US senator's daughter is kidnapped in Rome and Al is slugged, resulting in Al's foggy memory of the event.

Season 3, Episode 10: A Friend in Deed

27 November 1969
Al's friend Guido fingers him as the one who stole the Ceresian file, which contains records of the Italian brotherhood. Guido stole it to trade for US citizenship and needs Al to get him out of a tight spot.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Henry Silva ... Peter Vale

Frankie Avalon ... Guido Cartarenzi

Thomas Gomez ... Bottirelli

John Russell ... William Dover
John Myhers ... Pablo
Maria Mirka ... Sophia

Walter Mathews ... Antonio
Britt Nilsson ... Girl
Julio Medina ... Greeter

Season 3, Episode 11: The Second Time Around

4 December 1969
Al and his dad take on Eric the Red for the last time.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Fred Astaire ... Alistair Mundy

Adolfo Celi ... Eric 'The Red' Redman

Edward Binns ... Wally Powers

Alice Ghostley ... Miss Prillo
Bill Fletcher ... Helmuth

Martin Kosleck ... Zeitman

Albert Carrier ... Croupier
Phil Montgomery ... SIA Man
Howard Curtis ... Griffith

Don Anderson ... Casino Worker (uncredited)

Al Bain ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ... Dealer (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: The Old Who Came in from the Spy

11 December 1969
Mundy and a retired British spy team up to smuggle a microdot out of an East Berlin museum.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Elsa Lanchester ... Miss Mollie Taylor

Edward Binns ... Wally Powers

Francis Lederer ... Hoffman

Richard Haydn ... Blanton

Bernard Fox ... Miles

Curt Lowens ... Hans
Erik Holland ... Willi Schwab

Peter Coe ... Fritz
George Perina ... Customs Inspector
Gloria Hill ... The Girl
Ray Ballard ... Bellhop
Walter Janovitz ... Doctor
Karl Bruck ... Desk Clerk
Peter Berger ... Warder

Season 3, Episode 13: To Lure a Man

18 December 1969
Al and his date are held hostage in his apartment by enemy foreign agents who want to abduct SIA chief Jacks. Devon has to decipher the clue Al drops on the phone.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Wilfrid Hyde-White ... Technikov

Tina Sinatra ... Ellen Peters (as Christina Sinatra)

Joseph Cotten ... Mr. Jack

George Murdock ... Fred Devon

Peter Brocco ... Franz Stanus
Elizabeth St. Clair ... Arlene

Lora Kaye ... First Woman
Frank Arno ... Doorman
Read Morgan ... George

Troy Melton ... Edward
Lucy Bush ... Second Woman
Frances Stevenson ... Third Woman
Luis Delgado ... S.I.A. Man (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: The Scorpio Drop

25 December 1969
A computer micro module stolen from the U.S. Department of Defense has landed in the hands of a group practicing astrological occultism. Al poses as a practitioner and gets invited to the group's home for their solstice festivities.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy / Adrian Mason

Gale Sondergaard ... Madame Olga Millard

Eduard Franz ... Mr. Johnson
Brenda Benet ... Angela Peters (as Brenda Benét)
Sandy Brown Wyeth ... Miranda Fisk

Mary Charlotte Wilcox ... Joyce Atkins (as Mary Wilcox)
Dennis Turner ... Freddie Millard
Bruno VeSota ... Dr. Simmons (as Bruno Ve Sota)
Ayllene Gibbons ... Griselda Fisk
Robert Ball ... Charles Kroft
William Chilles ... Bruno (as Will Chilles)
Rachel Rosenthal ... Mrs. Kroft
Otto Bohmann ... Sydney Lehman
Armstrong Marshall ... Henderson
Beatriz Monteil ... Mrs. Simmons (as B.B. Monteil)

Season 3, Episode 15: Nice Girls Marry Stockbrokers

15 January 1970
SIA agent Yvonne works at Paul Trion's fashion house. Trion is involved in espionage. Yvonne's roommate Sharon meets Al at the airport. Yvonne is murdered at work. Sharon has Al pose as her fiancé and helps him find Paul's secret codebook.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Michele Carey ... Sharon Foster

Geoffrey Holder ... Paul Trion

George Murdock ... Fred Devon

Paul Stewart ... Burkhardt
Michele Montau ... Michelle DeBeck
Dick Crockett ... Courier
Frank Arno ... Paris Street Artist
Inge Jaklyn ... Inge 1st Model
Koko Tani ... Koko 2nd Model
Guy Way ... Thug (as Guy G. Way)

Season 3, Episode 16: The Steal-Driving Man

19 January 1970
Al Mundy has to learn how to drive a Formula I car in a day to enter a Grand Prix as a rookie in order to provide cover to steal incriminating documents.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Dick Smothers ... P.K. Rhodes

Felicia Farr ... Corey Laughton

Edward Binns ... Wally Powers
Mario Andretti ... Himself

Fernando Lamas ... Paolo Monteggo

Greg Mullavey ... Jackie Taylor

Reggie Nalder ... Gunther
Renzo Cesana ... President
Ray Ballard ... Policeman
Carol Wrigley ... Pretty Girl

Season 3, Episode 17: Touch of Magic

26 January 1970
Al's old Friend, Bessie, has fallen on hard times, Al helps her recover her belief in herself as a thief.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Bette Davis ... Bessie Grindel

Edward Binns ... Wally Powers
Maurice Marsac ... Carlo Rubano
Douglas Henderson ... Doctor Hallon

Lyn Peters ... Señora Rubano
Arthur Batanides ... 2nd Passenger
Francine Pyne ... Estelle
Dennis Cross ... 1st Passenger
Dan Scott ... 1st Bodyguard

Martin Garralaga ... French Waiter
Robert Munk ... 2nd Bodyguard
Genadii Biegouloff ... Security Man
Erdo Vatan ... Hotel Clerk

Season 3, Episode 18: Fortune City

2 February 1970
Al and Mona, driving from Vegas to Los Angeles, are involved in a minor accident. When Al awakens with a minor head injury, he finds himself in an abandoned Old-West town and Mona is nowhere to be seen. Harvey, apparently the town's only resident, tries to convince Al he was alone in the car.

Season 3, Episode 19: Situation Red

9 February 1970
An Air Force Major, the chief of security, has an paranoid reaction to a prescription drug and takes over the Command Center during a bomber drill. Al is called in to extract him from the locked President's bunker before he starts World War III.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Earl Holliman ... Major Arlin McCoy

Barry Sullivan ... Gen. Wiley

G.D. Spradlin ... Col. Collins

George Murdock ... Fred Devon

Michael Walker ... Dawson

Bartlett Robinson ... Flight Surgeon
Michael Bow ... Castle
Boyd Holister ... Peters (as Robert Palmer)
Carolyn Nelson ... Julie
Michael Donnen ... Rose
Gary Van Ormand ... Henderson (as Gary Van Orman)

James McEachin ... Wills

William Conrad ... Strategy Room Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: To Sing a Song of Murder

23 February 1970
Musicians, (Marilyn McCoo, Billy Davis, Jr, Florence LaRue, Ron Townson, Lamonte McLemore-members of The 5th Dimension), become involved in a devious political plot.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Billy Davis Jr. ... Billy (as Billy Davis)
Florence LaRue ... Florence (as Florence La Rue Gordon)
LaMonte McLemore ... LaMonte (as Lamonte McElmore)
Marc Gordon ... Marc (as Personal Manager Marc Gordon)
Ron Townson ... Ron

Marilyn McCoo ... Marilyn Lee

Joseph Cotten ... Mr. Jack

Will Kuluva ... Zoltan

Beah Richards ... Sister Martha Gowen

George Murdock ... Fred Devon

Buddy Lester ... Lenny Freland
Paul Micale ... Havos
Bill Bonds ... Newscaster
Frank Arno ... 1st Reporter
Lenny Kahn ... 2nd Reporter
Bones Howe ... Producer
Ralph L. Williams ... The Huckster

Season 3, Episode 21: The Suzie Simone Caper

2 March 1970
A Nazi diary reveals that a painting by Matisse has a hidden list of Nazi war criminals. Wally calls Al to steal the painting, which is protected by a sophisticated security system.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Susan Saint James ... Charlie Brown

Edward Binns ... Wally Powers
Jane Weintraub ... Suzie 'Martine' Simone (as Jane Morgan)

Murray Matheson ... Harry Fulham

Lee Bergere ... Raoul the French waiter

Berry Kroeger ... Kraus

Celia Lovsky ... Mother Superior
Norbert Schiller ... Ludwig Drucker
George Ives ... Crane Belson
Marc Desmond ... Doorman

Season 3, Episode 22: An Evening with Alistair Mundy

9 March 1970
At the kings request Al and his dad try to steal his daughter.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Fred Astaire ... Alistair Mundy

Edward Binns ... Wally Powers
Francesco Mulé ... Funello

Gavin MacLeod ... General Contell
Richard Angarola ... King Armand Madeira

Logan Ramsey ... Krebbs

Cindy Eilbacher ... Princess Carlotta Madeira
Lynn Kellogg ... Gabriella
Carl Carlsson ... Poppy
Bruce Morgan ... Rollo
George Perina ... Chief Guard

Season 3, Episode 23: Beyond a Treasonable Doubt

16 March 1970
Al is accused of treason, and he must determine who is behind the frame job while under a shoot-to-kill order.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Joseph Cotten ... Mr. Jack

Ahna Capri ... Marcia Narden

Cesar Romero ... Mike

George Murdock ... Fred Devon

Whit Bissell ... James Jenkins

Walter Burke ... Stanley Wolczak

Alan Baxter ... Bob Green

James McCallion ... Alan Sangster
Read Morgan ... John Willett
Jan Arvan ... Nilo Cranodj

Fred Astaire ... Alistair Mundy (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: Project "X"

23 March 1970
Alex's latest assignment is to escort a scientist who is traveling with four other scientists to an important conference. It seems like the scientist asked for Alex to accompany him because he thinks that Alex's skills could be useful. But while they're in flight some of the scientists and the crew are being killed off. That's when a film is played that says they're going to try and save the planet for man destroying it. So Alex, the scientist and a flight attendant he knows tries to find out how they are doing this and how to stop them.

Robert Wagner ... Alexander Mundy

Lloyd Bochner ... Dr. George Kingsford

Tina Sinatra ... Ellen Porter (as Christina Sinatra)

Katherine Woodville ... Laurie MacGuire (as Kate Woodville)

Edward Binns ... Wally Powers

Wally Cox ... Professor Moses

John Colicos ... The Man

Keye Luke ... Dr. Tanu Woo

Kenneth Tobey ... Captain

Richard Loo ... Wong
Hanna Hertelendy ... Dr. Kovney

Ben Astar ... Dr. Dubleski

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