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The Gray Passenger 

The Gray Passenger is when death visits a ship. Exactly that has occurred when a former president of a South American country has been murdered on a ship sailing off the Carolina coast en ... See full summary »

Director:

Christian Nyby

Writer:

Jerrold L. Ludwig (as Jerry Ludwig)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Efrem Zimbalist Jr. ... Inspector Lewis Erskine
Philip Abbott ... Arthur Ward
Stephen Brooks Stephen Brooks ... Special Agent Jim Rhodes
Alejandro Rey ... Carlos Avila
BarBara Luna ... Barbara Reyes (as Barbara Luna)
Henry Wilcoxon ... Captain Bowers
Simon Scott Simon Scott ... Colfax
Carlos Romero Carlos Romero ... Calderon
Sam Gilman ... Gilman
Pepe Callahan Pepe Callahan ... Torres
Joseph Gazal Joseph Gazal ... Isidro
Lillian Bronson ... Mrs. Guthrie
Phil Chambers ... Mr. Guthrie
Alberto Morin ... Pablos Molinos
Robert Harland Robert Harland ... SAC MacGregor
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Storyline

The Gray Passenger is when death visits a ship. Exactly that has occurred when a former president of a South American country has been murdered on a ship sailing off the Carolina coast en route to South America. The political situation in that nation is explosive, spurring the FBI to send agents Erskine and Rhodes to investigate. Erskine is the lead investigator while Rhodes poses as a sailor. The FBI men face many dangers. The murder is part of a plot that involves piracy and political intrigue. Written by Bill Koenig

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Language:

English

Release Date:

29 January 1967 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Goofs

At 0:45 of the episode (after Simon Scott's mispronounced "We'll probably be shighting sharks from now on"), Barbara Luna throws coffee into the face of Alberto Morin. When the camera angle changes during this scene, the thrown coffee disappears from the wall, and Barbara Luna's cigarette suddenly appears in her hand. See more »

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