|Clyde Ventura||Harold H. Casey|
|Lawrence Dane||Frank W. Sawyer|
|Lloyd Bochner||Keenyn Gray|
|Oscar Beregi Jr.||Martin Abrilev|
|Dean Harens||S.A.C. Bryan Durant|
|William Bramley||Howard Spain|
|Aron Kincaid||Vic Hunter|
|Maxine Stuart||Mrs. Stone|
|Judee Morton||Shanna Hurley|
|Dennis McCarthy||Leonard Fletcher|
|Elizabeth Lane||Inspector Erskine’s Secretary|
|Bard Stevens||The Serviceman|
|Lizabeth Field||The Woman Passenger|
|Steven Michelis||Michael Gray|
|Janis Hansen||Andrea Gray|
|Directed by: Gene Nelson
Written by: Mark Weingart and Norman Hudis
125. The Inside Man
Harold H. Casey, Frank V. Sawyer: Interstate Transportation of Stolen Property, Unlawful Flight to Avoid Prosecution, Murder.
Original air date: 30 November 1969
Inpector Erskine and Agent Colby uncovers the “Inside Man” in a series of jewelery heists from New York City’s Diamond District. Watch for some cool dialogue between Inspector Erskine (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.) and Keenyn Gray (Lloyd Bochner) about Gray’s drinking!
- The good inspector's favorite helo is used in this story. He is riding in a Bell Jet Ranger Reg # N7873S. This helo is used in several stories.
- Unique ending chase scene in a airport. The bad guy jumps up on a baggage carousel and runs up the chute. The G-Men shot him dead and the body is moved down the chute and revolves with the rest of the baggage!
- The ever-lovely Judee Morton makes her final appearance on the series!
- We also get to see Inspector Erskine’s secretary!