|Lou Frizzell||William Terence Porter|
|Frances Reid||Ellen Porter|
|Jerry Ayres||Charlie Burroughs|
|Ahna Capri||Betty Kendall|
|Robert Drivas||Patrick Dano|
|Richard Eastham||Special Agent Howard Armstrong|
|Logan Field||Bert Hammond|
|Robert Hogan||Fred Post|
|Arch Johnson||Sam Gary|
|Otis Young||Mike Watson|
|Angela Greene||Mission Attendant|
|Guy Remsen||Special Agent|
|Directed by: Robert Douglas
Written by: Robert Soderberg
76. Crisis Ground
William Terence Porter: Crime on a Government Reservation.
Original air date: 28 January 1968
This episode was not repeated
An unsolved homicide ignites into a riot a town’s hatred for a nearby job training camp. The Feds are dragged into the case because the crime takes place on a government reservation. The townspeople sound like a bunch of elitists!
- Stuart Margolin has a small role in the story. He was on several series, the most memorable as Angel in The Rockford Files.
- The crummy sedan at the beginning of the episode is the 1961 Ford used in episode #71, “False Witness.”