|William Smithers||Joseph Kearney|
|Peter Graves||Manning Fryes|
|Louis Jourdan||Andre Vesalian|
|Robert Yuro||Dave Hunter|
|Anthony Eisley||SAC Chet Randolph|
|Catherine McLeod||Lorraine Fryes|
|Joe Di Reda||Logan|
|Claudia Bryar||Mrs. Lee|
|Jock Gaynor||Angus Boone|
|Ed Deemer||Operations Officer|
|James W. Gavin||Pilot (as Gavin James)|
|Directed by: Jesse Hibbs
Story by: Norman Borisoff
Teleplay by: Mark Rodgers
52. Rope of Gold
Case file: #15-50426-K
Victor Kearney et al: Theft From Interstate Shipment.
Original air date: 12 February 1967
This episode rerun 16 July 1967
Inspector Lewis Erskine links the hijacking of precision tools to an international conspiracy, but find the apparent ringleader has been dead for over a decade. Refusing to accept this, Erskine finds the man alive, but before an arrest can be made, the man hides on a plane carrying $5 million in gold.
- Peter Graves went on to replace Steven Hill as the lead performer on the CBS series Mission: Impossible.
- William Smithers makes the first of four appearances on the series, and Louis Jourdan makes the first of his three.
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