The Lieutenant (1963–1964)
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A Touching of Hands 

Rice is asked to be part of a planning committee for a charity event. His friendship with one of the committee members leads to gossip mongers in the group making claims the two are having affair.

Director:

Don Medford

Writers:

Sy Salkowitz, Gene Roddenberry (created by)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Gary Lockwood ... Lt. William Rice
Ina Balin ... Jan Everest
Yale Summers ... Lt. Barry Everest
David White ... Major Grant Amory
Barbara Bain ... Cissie Van Osten
Harold Gould ... Lt. Col. Raleigh Wade (as Hal Gould)
June Vincent ... Martha Amory
Maurine Dawson Maurine Dawson ... Paula Watson
Barbara Babcock ... Doris Broxton
Rita Kenaston Rita Kenaston ... Ellie Holtman
Suzanne Ried Suzanne Ried ... Mrs. Bonofski (as Susanne Ried)
Sarah Collingwood Sarah Collingwood ... Maggie Langdon
John Newton John Newton ... Platoon Sergeant
John Dennis John Dennis ... Major
Ralph Shannon Ralph Shannon ... Sergeant
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Storyline

Rice is asked to be part of a planning committee for a charity event. His friendship with one of the committee members leads to gossip mongers in the group making claims the two are having affair.

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Genres:

Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

26 October 1963 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

David White who played Major Amory, was a Marine Corps veteran of World War 2. See more »

Goofs

When Gary Lockwood and David White begin their conversation at the bar; Lockwood drinks about three inches of beer from his glass. At the end of the conversation, his beer glass is filled to the top. See more »

Quotes

[last lines]
Cissie Van Osten: I guess you know that Jan is leaving the committee.
Lt. William 'Bill' Rice: Yes. Martha Amory called me about that.
Cissie Van Osten: You and I will be working together. I'm taking Jan's place.
Lt. William 'Bill' Rice: I think that's fine, Cissie.
Cissie Van Osten: I think the sooner we review the details the better. As a matter of fact, Ellie Holtman dropped me off and I don't have my car. You could drive me home and then we could talk. You could stay to dinner.
Lt. William 'Bill' Rice: I have a new policy concerning social engagements, Cissie - no dinner with married women unless the ...
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