|Ruth Roman||Juliet Sinclair|
|Gene Hackman||Herb Kenyon|
|Phyllis Love||Phyllis Kenyon|
|Dean Harens||SAC Bryan Durant|
|Keye Luke||Captain Cheiu|
|Noah Keen||Customs Inspector|
|Eddie Guardino||Cab Driver|
|Sandra Marsh||Flight attendant (as Sondra Marsh)|
|Frank Jamus||Airlines clerk|
|Directed by: Ralph Senensky
Story by: Robert C. Dennis
Teleplay by: Charles Larson
48. The Courier
Case file: #65-43374-S
Julliet Sinclair: Espionage.
Original air date: 15 January 1967
Rerun 13 August 1967
Another episode involving Communists, and this one concerns an adopted Chinese orphan who has an incredible awareness of Marxism and its dangers! The young lady learns that her benefactor, a famed humanitarian, and her new parents are Communist couriers planning ot use her to smuggle top-secret information of the United States. When the bad guys learn the little girl knows of the plot, they plan to kill her. In the meantime, Inspector Lewis Erskine, checking on the death of a scientist, is led to them, but cannot stop them because of a lack of evidence.
- Gene Hackman went on to play the police officer Popeye Doyle in 1971's The French Connection, and went on to win the Academy Award for best actor.
- Frequent guest stars Noah Keen, Harold Gould and Dean Harens make appearances here.
This page added 22 August 2011.