|Monte Markham||Arthur McBride|
|Billy Dee Williams||James J. Borden|
|Dabbs Greer||Howard Lawson Deal|
|Ford Rainey||John Prysock|
|Phyllis Hill||Joan Merriman|
|Janee Michelle||Mary Borden|
|Ted Gehring||Atley Spancer|
|Stanley Clements||Forrest Clegg|
|Sandy DeBruin||Myrna Eddy|
|Donna Ramsey||Sporting Goods Clerk|
|Robert Patten||F.B.I. Supervisor Al McClure|
|Fred Holliday||Mark Kress|
|Jim Raymond||S.A.C. Kirby Greene|
|Ron Doyle||Owen Clark|
|Garrison True||Portland Special Agent|
|Directed by: Virgil Vogel
Written by: Robert Heverly
143. The Architect
Arthur McBride, James J. Borden, Howard Lawson Deal: Unlawful Flight To Avoid Confinement — Fugitives.
Original air date: 11 October 1970
Three bad guys break out of a prison bus and then travel to Miami to knock over a armored car fresh from a horse-race track pickup.
- Robert Patten joins the ranks of the recurring characters in the series, playing F.B.I. Supervisor Al McClure in a handful of episodes.
- FBI Carousel Bulletin: Jim Raymond is the fourth actor to play the somewhat recurring character of Special Agent Kirby Greene. Previous actors filling this part include Anthony Eisley, Grant Williams, and Jim McKrell.
- This episode is, generally speaking, not a static episode. Monte Markham’s character is shot in a movie theatre. No particularly interesting cars, but lots of traffic mayhem! An armored car is blown up while motoring down the road and an FBI car runs head on into the bad guys trying to escape. Well-executed traffic accidents!
- Monte Markham would star in the 1973 revival of Perry Mason.
- Billy Dee Williams would distinguish himself in such movies as Mahogany (1975), Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Batman (1989).