A crooked businessman hoping to land a Middle Eastern contract tries to "sweeten the pot" for the honest sheik and his extremely corrupt deputy by feeding women to the sheik's harem -- by ... See full summary »

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Wilhelmina Kirk
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Sheik Kampal
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Sheik Ramal
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Donald Yates
Robert Karnes ...
Off. Matt Houstachek
Kim O'Brien ...
Nancy Houstachek
Randi Oakes ...
Margo Dale
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Eunice Selby
Robert F. Simon ...
Caine
John S. Ragin ...
Mr. Jessup
Daniel Ades ...
Toto (as Dan Ades)
Charles Guardino ...
Danton
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A crooked businessman hoping to land a Middle Eastern contract tries to "sweeten the pot" for the honest sheik and his extremely corrupt deputy by feeding women to the sheik's harem -- by kidnapping them. This has a slight resemblance to Lou Shaw's "Columbo" episode "A Case of Immunity" (episode 5.2), which aired a few months earlier. Written by Peter Harris

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This episode was partially filmed in Morocco. Reports at the time indicate the crew got into a wee bit of trouble with His Majesty's Government and had to high-tail it out of the country. See more »

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Sam McCloud: You know, I thought our government was for and by the people, not corporations.
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