West and Gordon receive orders to protect Rosa Montebello, a famous Italian opera diva and niece of the ambassador from Italy. Artemus gets nothing but grief from the difficult diva. When ... See full summary »

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Rosa Montebello
Patrick Horgan ...
Max Crenshaw
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Angelique
Patricia Dunn ...
Ellen Collingwood (as Patricia Dunne)
Lester Fletcher ...
Karl Crenshaw
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Igor
Douglas Henderson ...
Geraldine Baron ...
Caroline Mason
Margery McKay ...
First Diva (as Margery MacKay)
Jorge Ben-Hur ...
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Khalil Bezaleel ...
Deluc
David Constantine ...
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West and Gordon receive orders to protect Rosa Montebello, a famous Italian opera diva and niece of the ambassador from Italy. Artemus gets nothing but grief from the difficult diva. When the curtain goes down in the middle of the opera performance, West suspects foul play and jumps to the stage just in time to stop the diva's kidnapping. With subsequent attempts on her life, Montebello soon realizes just how much she needs the protection from the agents. Written by Tiff Banks

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This episode marks the return of Artemus Gordon (Ross Martin) after a three-month recuperation from his heart attack. See more »

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The shadow of the boom mic operator and boom mic can be seen on the dirt road as Artemus Gordon's carriage pulls away from the curb. See more »

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Karl Crenshaw: You can't sing with a rag over your face!
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Buffalo Gals
Written by William Cool White
Performed by Robert Conrad and Red West
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