The kidnapping of an national leader pits Bailey against the brainy Doctor Burke (John Dehner) who has an ingenious plan for escaping with $1,000,000 in ransom.

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Harvey Williams
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Kurt (as Bob Hogan)
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Stanley Warren
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Stanison
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Bill Frost
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The kidnapping of an national leader pits Bailey against the brainy Doctor Burke (John Dehner) who has an ingenious plan for escaping with $1,000,000 in ransom.

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Action | Crime | Drama

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27 April 1962 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Race Bannon Shows Up In Person!
14 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Yes, fans of Hanna-Barbera's ORIGINAL ANIMATED ACTION-ADVENTURE SERIES, "Jonny Quest"! The one and only voice of the guy that ALWAYS SAVED THE DAY for Dr. Quest, Jonny, Hadji and Bandit, RACE BANNON, actor Mike Road plays a Fed on 77 Sunset Strip! He has a good deal of screen time in this one, too. I've seen shows in which he was on camera for YEARS, but never knew it until the end credits. This time, though, Mr. Road was actually listed in the cast on the Dish Network program listing! I don't know about you, but I'd always wondered what the guy looked like, after hearing that powerful voice of his on so many animated shows as a kid. Road was a good-looking actor, and in fact, could have easily played Paul Drake on the "Perry Mason" series - he was working at the time it was made, and at least in this "77SS" show, in which Road plays a Federal Agent, he looks a bit like William Hopper on "Mason", although Road looks to be a bit shorter than Hopper. But there's sure no mistaking that voice! Especially in one of the final scenes. This was a good 77 Sunset Strip outing, but having Mike Road in it is just the icing on the cake.


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