|Michael Rennie||Conrad Letterman|
|John McLiam||Lester Milton|
|Phyllis Thaxter||Viv Caldwell|
|Julie Sommars||Betty Caldwell|
|Arthur Franz||John Caldwell|
|Dabney Coleman||Stanley Leonard|
|John Lupton||SAC Allen Bennett|
|Anthony Eisley||SAC Chet Randolph|
|Gil Peterson||Navy Seaman|
|Matt Pelto||Explosives Man|
|Cindy Taylor||Seaman's Wife|
|Michael Harris||Shoeprint Technician|
|Fletcher Allen||Electronics Man|
|Charles McDaniel||Serology Technician (as Charles A. McDaniels)|
|Directed by: Christian Nyby
Story by: Edward V. Monaghan and Robert J. Shaw
Teleplay by: Robert J. Shaw and Norman Jolley
51. The Conspirators
Case file: #100-98451-L
Conrad Letterman, John R. Milton: International Security - Espionage.
Original air date: 26 February 1967
This episode was not rerun
Still another episode involving Communists!
A Red agent kills a former Communist, suspecting he is about to inform the Feds of the location of a sabotage expert who's gone underground, planning to blow up a military supply ship of vital Asia-bound material. The FBI may be unable to make their case, because of scant evidence.
- Michael Rennie makes the first of his appearances on the series.
- John McLiam was in the process of preparing for his role as Herb Clutter, the ill-fated farm patriarch in the 1967 crime drama In Cold Blood.
- Gil Peterson made his major appearance in the movie The Cool Ones, which was released in spring 1967.
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