|Dean Stockwell||Darryl Thomas Ryder|
|Regis Toomey||Calvin Betts|
|Darleen Carr||Mary Jane Owens|
|Diane Hull||Amy Kress|
|Buddy Pantsari||Henry Charles Elkins|
|John Fink||Keith Owens|
|Joan Tompkins||Margaret Barnard|
|Richard Dillon||Jim Albert|
|Jim Boles||News Vendor|
|Phil Dean||Clark Thornburg|
|Robert Knapp||Ken Warren|
|Leslie Woods||Mrs. Cruthers|
|Louise Fitch||Female Clerk|
|Directed by: Earl Bellamy
Written by: Gerald Sanford
Production Code: 28431
197. End of a Nightmare
Darryl Thomas Ryder, Henry Charles Elkins: Unlawful Flight to Avoid Confinement
Original air date: 22 October 1972
This episode rerun 13 May 1973
The FBI needs to catch an escaped convict before he takes revenge on the persons responsible for the annulment of his marriage. The escapee leaves the scrawled message, "Til death do us part," after seemingly unrelated assaults. The Feds compile clues, and go on the escapee's trail in time to anticipate his next victim: His ex-wife.
- Once again, we have Dean Stockwell as a bad guy.
- Guest star Darleen Carr was well known for her recurring role of Jeanie Stone (Lt. Michael Stone's daughter) in the QM (Quinn Martin) series The Streets Of San Francisco, which debuted in the 1972-73 season.
- Regis Toomey was a co-star of Burke's Law, which ran on ABC from 1963 to 1965, before its revamp as Amos Burke, Secret Agent. His career spanned from 1929 to 1987, and he died in 1991 at age 93.
This page updated 6 July 2008.