The F.B.I.: Season 2, Episode 11

The Contaminator (4 Dec. 1966)

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Erkine and Rhodes lead an FBI hunt for Lawrence Underwood, a Communist spy who has stolen secrets from an atomic laboratory in Idaho. Underwood, in the course of the theft, caused an ... See full summary »

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Philip Abbott ...
Stephen Brooks ...
Linden Chiles ...
Underwood
Sarah Marshall ...
Marie Underwood
William Sargent ...
Special Agent Kline
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Anne Frazier
Frank Marth ...
Dunlap
George Brenlin ...
Attendant
William Stevens ...
Hart
Alex Gerry ...
John Gottlieb
Robert Osterloh ...
Maconne
William Boyett ...
Guide
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Scientist
Tom Palmer ...
Dr. Barrows
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Erkine and Rhodes lead an FBI hunt for Lawrence Underwood, a Communist spy who has stolen secrets from an atomic laboratory in Idaho. Underwood, in the course of the theft, caused an accident involving atomic materials and is now contaminated with radiation. Underwood is in a remote part of Idaho, with Erkine on his trail, unaware of Underwood's condition. Written by Bill Koenig

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4 December 1966 (USA)  »

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