|Robert Yuro||Victor Berris|
|Wesley Addy||Carl Torrance|
|Robert Hooks||Steven Harber|
|Cicely Tyson||Elaine Harber|
|Jerome Thor||Attorney Simms|
|Walter Burke||Benny Logan|
|June Dayton||Betty Grayson|
|Virginia Vincent||Mrs. Wyatt|
|Dallas Mitchell||S.A.C. Cullinan|
|Logan Field||The Attorney|
|Nelson Olmsted||The Doctor|
|Frank Biro||Philip Grayson|
|Tyler McVey||The Judge|
|Directed by: William Hale
Written by: Jack Turley
118. Silent Partner
Victor Berris, Carl Torrance, Steven Harber: Jury Tampering.
Original air date: 12 October 1969
Inspector Lew Erskine duels with a hitman who bribed a juror in the trial of a mob kingpin. Gripping episode, and at least two jury members die during this episode.
- The actors playing the contract killers, Hague and Roberts, are uncredited.
- Steven Harber, who was the jury member bribed by the defendant, drives a 1957 Ford. He was convicted of obstruction of justice for taking the bribe while he was on the jury.
- Note the Mod eyeglasses the Robert Yuro character is wearing!
- Robert Hooks is the father of director Kevin Hooks, who appeared in the 1969 Christmas special J.T.