|Joe Don Baker||Alex Drake|
|Mark Jenkins||Beau Thomas Manley|
|Peggy McCay||Helen Lowe|
|Eldon Quick||Jerry Hagner|
|Ron Husmann||S.A.C. Blanchard|
|Hal Riddle||S.R.A. Blue Lake|
|Fred Holliday||2nd Agent|
|Craig Guenther||1st Agent|
|John Yates||2nd Police Officer|
|Lin McCarthy||Philip Lowe|
|Pamela McMyler||Marianne Lowe|
|Beverlee McKinsey||Kathy Whelan|
|Directed by: Michael O’Herlihy
Written by: Gerald Sanford and Mark Weingart
135. Summer Terror
Alex Drake, Beau Thomas Manley: Extortion, Kidnapping.
Original air date: 8 February 1970
No interesting cars, and the good inspector flies on a helicopter only as a means of transportation. He does not catch the bad guys using the helo.
- 007 Connection: Joe Don Baker would make two appearances in James Bond films: The Living Daylights (1987) and GoldenEye (1995).
- Director Michael O’Herlihy (1929-97) was the younger brother of actor Dan O’Herlihy (1919-2005).
- Bill Hickman was a noted stunt driver, and was the genius behind the celebrated car chases in Bullitt (1968), The French Connection (1971) and The Seven-Ups (1973).