|William Smithers||John DeBecker|
|Robert Wolders||Eric Linler|
|Viveca Lindfors||Eva Bolan|
|Joseph Hutchinson||Libby Jackson|
|Anthony Eisley||S.A.C. Chet Randolph|
|Peter Brandon||Mark Leffert|
|Julie Bennett||Katie Singer|
|Walter Mathews||Michael James Nelson|
|Nola Thorp||The Switchboard Operator|
|Guy Remsen||S.R.A. Daniel Sublette|
|Penny Fuller||Muriel Selby|
|Richard O’Brien||Carl Degner|
|Directed by: Herschel Daugherty
Written by: Gerald Sanford
128. The Doll Courier
John DeBecker, Eric Linler, et al: Espionage, Murder.
Original air date: 21 December 1969
Rerun 5 July 1970
The FBI goes after Communist agents here. The head of a porcelain doll is used to transport top secret microfilm. Action takes place in three cities: Portland, Oregon; Fort Wayne, Indiana; and Syracuse, New York. The story covers a lot of ground.
- F.B.I. Carousel Bulletin: In his seventh series appareance, Guy Remsen plays yet another agent, albeit only his third with a name to the part. So far, no other actors played one of his “name parts.” Remsen was another “repertory actor” of Quinn Martin’s.
- No interesting cars. Interesting ending, though, as the final scene is of Viveca Lindfors crying.
- Robert Wolders was married to Merle Oberon and was companion to Audrey Hepburn. Lived in the Rochester, NY suburb of Irondequoit, NY.