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(TV Series)

(1964)

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

William A. Graham

Writing Credits  

Donald S. Sanford ... (writer)
 
Beirne Lay Jr. ... (characters based on the novel) and
Sy Bartlett ... (characters based on the novel)

Cast (in credits order) complete, awaiting verification  

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John Larkin ...
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Lt. Canello
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Maj. Herrick
Michael Davis ...
Paul Cadot
Lew Gallo ...
Émile Genest ...
Belloc (as Emile Genest)
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Malot
Jay Novello ...
Verenne
Marcel Hillaire ...
Janville
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Produced by 

Frank Glicksman ... producer
Charles Larson ... associate producer
Quinn Martin ... executive producer

Music by 

Dominic Frontiere

Cinematography by 

William W. Spencer ... director of photography

Film Editing by 

Walter Hannemann

Art Direction by 

Richard Y. Haman
Jack Martin Smith

Set Decoration by 

Glen Daniels
Walter M. Scott

Production Management 

Howard P. Alston ... unit production manager (as Howard Alston)
John Elizalde ... post-production supervisor
Gaston Glass ... production manager
Quinn Martin ... in charge of production: QM Productions
William Self ... in charge of production: Twentieth Century-Fox Television

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Paul Wurtzel ... assistant director

Sound Department 

Ralph Hickey ... supervising sound effects editor
Bates Mason ... sound effects editor
Karl Zint ... production mixer

Camera and Electrical Department 

Harry Sundby ... chief electrician (as Harry Sunby)

Editorial Department 

Robert Mintz ... post-production coordinator

Music Department 

Leonard A. Engel ... supervising music editor
Dominic Frontiere ... conductor
Lionel Newman ... music supervisor
Ken Runyon ... music editor (as Kenneth Runyon)
Dominic Frontiere ... composer: theme and cues (uncredited)

Other crew 

John Conwell ... assistant to producer
Arthur Fellows ... assistant to executive producer
Crew believed to be complete

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