Marcus Raymond hires Baily to accompany him on a sensitive diplomatic mission to Africa after there has been two attempts on his life.


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Episode cast overview:
Mustafa Caleb (as Joe DeSantis)
Amina (as Margaret Thomas)
Marcus Raymond (as Tris Coffin)
Oliver McGowan ...
Philip van Orden
Paul Dubov ...
Jan Arvan ...
Dr. Lindholm
Voorheis J. Ardoin ...
Haroun (as V.J. Ardwin)
Joe Abdullah ...
Lt. Fadin (as Joseph Abdullah)
Jeff DeBenning ...


Marcus Raymond hires Baily to accompany him on a sensitive diplomatic mission to Africa after there has been two attempts on his life.

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Action | Crime | Drama




Release Date:

23 September 1960 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Meh episode
11 April 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

this wasn't a very good episode. (No Kookie at all!) but i feel like i should write a review just to offer a corrective to the one other user comment here, because that user comment seems to be describing a completely different episode. This one has Bailey going to the Middle East to play security guard to a person that he somehow knows. Unfortunately the guy ends up getting killed/blown up in a sneak attack that took even Bailey by surprise. Bailey then spends the rest of the episode trying to find the culprit, and subsequently end up defusing another bomb set to explode at another specific time and location. (I don't think i'm giving anything away to say that he finds a suspect who is at first unwilling to talk, but is then shown by Bailey how expendable the person he's trying to protect the identity of really sees him to be which gets him to give the location of the other bomb. BTW this suspect is played by Bert Convy!) I've been really digging getting to see the run of this show on METV every weeknight at 4 in the morning, but this was one of a handful of episodes that i would put in the blah category, meaning there was no real mystery to it, the suspense wasn't that suspenseful because there's no real question as to whether or not Bailey is going to get his man/defuse the bomb. And there's no interplay like at all with any of the show's usual cast of characters. The whole thing is Bailey, with a brief appearance by Roscoe at the very beginning. Ehh. "Attic" the previous episode was much, much, much better! (That was actually suspenseful!)

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