|Cameron Mitchell||John Norcross|
|Joseph Wiseman||Big Julio Lacone|
|Than Wyenn||Ernesto Salazar|
|Lawrence Montaigne||Arly Carter|
|John Davey||Truck Driver|
|Fred Beir||Jack Mattis|
|Len Wayland||Tully Carlson|
|Robert F. Hoy||Charlie Kale|
|Lew Brown||S.A.C. Allen Bennett|
|James Luisi||Little Julio|
|Renata Vanni||Dora Lacone|
|Edith Diaz||Mary Lacone|
|Directed by: Virgil Vogel
Written by: Robert Heverly and Ron Bishop
178. Bitter Harbor
Original air date: 12 December 1971
Rerun 2 April 1972
Inspector Lew Erskine and S.A.C. Tom Colby go undercover to fight mob corruption in the dock workers union. Labor racketeering is a federal crime. Another fine episode, with many good performers.
- Featured guest star Joseph Wiseman played the first cinematic foe of James Bond in 1962’s Dr. No. That movie had been Sean Connery's first outing as 007. Five days after this episode aired, Mr. Connery's final Bond film with Eon Production, Diamonds Are Forever, would make its American debut. That film, shot partly in the United States, had feel to it not unlike The FBI!
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