Everybody loves Jack Pilgrim, a model citizen of Madrid City. The trouble is that, Sam Cade gradually finds out, this angel is in fact a fiend. Nobody else is aware that this good man is a ... See full summary »

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Jack Pilgrim
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Frances Pilgrim
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Floyd Chatterton
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Everybody loves Jack Pilgrim, a model citizen of Madrid City. The trouble is that, Sam Cade gradually finds out, this angel is in fact a fiend. Nobody else is aware that this good man is a mole on the payroll of an enemy country who has been assigned a sabotage mission which could have dreadful consequences. Written by Guy Bellinger

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7 November 1971 (USA)  »

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What a thrill !!!

I'll never be tired of those opening sequences in this TV show; maybe more than the other ones. See for yourself: A lone motorcycle patrolman, right in the middle of the desert, asks a truck driver in charge of an explosive shipment to stop, for checking. And the patrol man shots the driver in the back, just before grabbing what's inside the truck. End of the opening sequence. What's best to attract the audiences?

And the whole episode is worth too, I can assure you. Especially when you see that the evil guest star is no one else than William Shatner. And not as a common, usual criminal. No, he is a sort of foreign agent mercenary. This episode sounds nearly an espionage story. One of the best of the show, I guess.


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