Stu's flight to Hawaii is delayed by chaos: a murder, a fleeing thief, and a love triangle.

Director:

Charles R. Rondeau

Writers:

Boris Ingster (teleplay), Ardel Wray (teleplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Efrem Zimbalist Jr. ... Stuart Bailey
Roger Smith ... Jeff Spencer
Edd Byrnes ... Kookie (credit only)
Louis Quinn ... Roscoe
Jacqueline Beer ... Suzanne (credit only)
Robert Logan ... J.R. Hale (credit only)
Gena Rowlands ... Barbara Adams
Jack Warden ... Max Eames
Philip Carey ... Charles 'Brick' Garrett
Tony Young ... Larry Knight
Bill Williams ... Henry Cook
Mark Dempsey Mark Dempsey ... 'Tuck' Turner
Russ Conway ... Dutch Schroeder
Dan Tobin ... Paul DeWitt
William Phipps ... 'Banks' Miller
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Stu's flight to Hawaii is delayed by chaos: a murder, a fleeing thief, and a love triangle.

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Genres:

Action | Crime | Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

29 March 1963 (USA) See more »

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Warner Bros. Television See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Madlyn Rhue is billed Madlyn Young. At the time, she was married to Tony Young, who also appeared in this episode. See more »

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77 Sunset Strip
Written by Mack David and Jerry Livingston
Theme song; short instrumental version played during opening credits; full instrumental version performed during closing credits
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A dud
31 August 2017 | by vrangerSee all my reviews

We were surprised with the episode "Nine to Five", which was three episodes prior to this one. Speculation runs that it was a pilot, and I think for an anthology series. This looks to be another audition for that series, as again Stu Bailey is relegated to a very minor role and almost no screen time.

But where "Nine to Five" was entertaining, this story was merely irritating. None of the characters were likable or really even sympathetic. Two weak stories came together at the end, and there was no reason to care. Oh, Stu helped catch a bad guy.

Even a 77 Sunset Strip completist can safely give this dud a pass.


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