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Season 1

  • S01E01 A Killing At Sundial

    • October 4, 1963
    • NBC

    A young interloper comes between a disgruntled wife and her older husband.

  • S01E02 Something About Lee Wiley

    • October 11, 1963
    • NBC

    The story of jazz singer Lee Wiley, her failed marriage to bandleader Jess Stacy.

  • S01E03 Seven Miles of Bad Road

    • October 18, 1963
    • NBC

    In a small southern town, the sheriff's wife is attracted to handsome Gabe Flanders, who is hitchhiking to California. Trouble ensues.

  • S01E04 Bob Hope Variety Special

    • October 25, 1963
    • NBC

    Also appearing in this variety special are Beryl Davis and and Los Angeles Dodger stars Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale and Tommy Davis.

  • S01E05 Four Kings

    • November 1, 1963
    • NBC

    Four Kings is a World War II drama where four prisoners are serving life sentences. They are pulled out of jail by the US military and given an opportunity for a pardon. The ""brass"" isn't asking for much: all the four lifers are expected to do is sneak into Germany and steal the secret plans for the V2 missile.

  • S01E06 One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich

    • November 8, 1963
    • NBC

    Under Stalin, it was inconceivable that anyone could publish a book attacking Soviet injustice. But under Khrushchev, a limited but distinct thaw has taken place. Prime evidence of this change was open publication of One day in the life of Ivan Denisovich, an exposé of Stalin's labor camps where the author, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, himself did time. Tonight's adaptation of the novel is set in 1951 in Siberia. A group of prisoners persuade the authorities to transfer them to warmer work by promising to top the previous work record on the first day. But if they fail, it's back to laying barbed wire in the snow. One officer, Lieutenant Volkovoi, would like nothing better.

  • S01E07 The House Next Door

    • November 15, 1963
    • NBC

    Easterner George Warren thinks he has made quite a steal when he purchases a home in fashionable Waverly Hills, Cal. George is unaware that his next-door neighbor is mobster Ernie Santee.

  • S01E08 The Fifth Passenger

    • November 29, 1963
    • NBC

    A British Intelligence Officer suspects a Naval War Hero of giving secret information to the Soviets.

  • S01E09 The Candidate

    • December 6, 1963
    • NBC

    Things seem to be closing in on campaign manager Parker Hite: he can't get any supporters for his candidate, and his marriage is beginning to collapse.

  • S01E10 It's Mental Work

    • December 20, 1963
    • NBC

    Ernie Wigman is tired of the bar he owns and wants to get rid of it. Rich, his bartender, might be a good customer for it, only Rich doesn't seem to have the cash.

  • S01E11 Corridor 400

    • December 27, 1963
    • NBC

    Anita King, an undercover FBI agent. Posing as a nightclub singer, Anita gets a job in a nightclub owned by Ralph Traven. He takes quite a fancy to her; she wants to prove that he's a kingpin in a narcotics ring.

  • S01E12 War of Nerves

    • January 3, 1964
    • NBC

    Two suitors drive a beautiful woman crazy with their pursuit of her.

  • S01E13 Runaway

    • January 10, 1964
    • NBC

    When folksinger Richie Darden fails to show up for a performance, his girlfriend Cress thinks club owner Mig Semple should put Richie's expensive guitar in his safe. And Cress has the right idea--two customers are planning to steal the instrument.

  • S01E14 The Seven Little Foys

    • January 24, 1964
    • NBC

    The story of vaudeville performer Eddie Foy, widowed father of a brood of good-natured but exasperating children who are trying to get an education while at the same time continuing to perform with him on stage.

  • S01E15 Two is the Number

    • January 31, 1964
    • NBC

    Hoodlum Joey Rome is electrocuted in his home, and police suspect that middle-aged spinster Jenny Dworak is responsible. The murder investigation brings together two lonely people: Jenny Dworak, who runs a pawnshop, and a police investigator who is a widower.

  • S01E16 A Wind of Hurricane Force

    • February 7, 1964
    • NBC

    During a terrible storm in Mexico two men come to heads for the treasure they both seek.

  • S01E17 Wake Up Darling

    • February 21, 1964
    • NBC

    Polly Emerson, has aspirations to be an actress. Her husband, Don, is a successful advertising man, who yearns to be a playwright, and has a shelf of unproduced plays to his credit. Don, understandably, isn't too happy when Polly comes home with Deerfield Prescott, a very young man who has written Broadway's next musical hit - or so he tells Polly and Don.

  • S01E18 The Meal Ticket

    • February 28, 1964
    • NBC

    Eddie a fly by night kind of guy, finds romance with a wealthy woman.

  • S01E19 The Square Peg

    • March 6, 1964
    • NBC

    Comedy about a gangster who hires a ""personnel psychologist"" to evaluate the aptitudes of his gang.

  • S01E20 White Snow, Red Ice

    • March 13, 1964
    • NBC

    Secret agent Piper finds beauty and brains intriguing and disruptive to his assignment.

  • S01E21 Her School For Bachelors

    • March 20, 1964
    • NBC

    Miss Westcott runs her agency with the finese of the best businessmen and runs several clients ragged with her demands.

  • S01E22 A Slow Fade to Black

    • March 27, 1964
    • NBC

    Mike Kirsch built his studio from nothing in the 1920s; now, four decades later, he is on the way out, the victim of a corporate takeover. We follow Kirsch as he exercises his waning authority on a temperamental movie star, browbeats his alcoholic wife, rebellious daughter and longtime yes-man associate Landers, and vainly attempts to push through an outdated pet movie project. Finally he is wrenched off his throne by a former assistant, who is now in cahoots with the conglomerate buying the studio. Kirsch is left alone to weep in his projection room as one of his past hits plays upon the screen.

  • S01E23 A Case of Armed Robbery

    • April 3, 1964
    • NBC

    Montrose is an angry young man whose bitterness alienates him from his father, Alfred, his girlfriend, Jean, and his work foreman. He blames his ex-wife, Carol, for their marriage failure and clumsily attempts to show love for his son Danny. In his resentment he plans to rob a gas station, ends up getting involved with unsavory characters and doing worse.

  • S01E24 Bob Hope Comedy Special

    • April 17, 1964
    • NBC

    The first 45 minutes is all entertainment, opening with a Hope monolog. Martha and Bob team up for a spoof of the movie Tom Jones, and Tony and Jack join in to present a new act--The Japanese Beatles. In the awards portion, TV Guide publisher James T. Quirk and Bob make the presentations in Hollywood.

  • S01E25 Time For Elizabeth

    • April 24, 1964
    • NBC

    After enduring a pompous and tyrannical boss for 28 years, Ed Davis has a brief argument with him, gets fired, and decides to retire to Florida with his wife.

  • S01E26 The Game with Glass Pieces

    • May 1, 1964
    • NBC

    A deadly game of cat and mouse, where everything isn't what it seems to be.

  • S01E27 The Command

    • May 22, 1964
    • NBC

    Major Morgan holds his Commander as coward and attempts to overtake his command.

  • S01E28 The Sojourner

    • May 29, 1964
    • NBC

    Called home because of his father's failing health, foreign correspondent John Ferris recalls the events that led to the collapse of his marriage.

  • S01E29 Echo of Evil

    • June 5, 1964
    • NBC

    Ex-crime boss Oscar Teckla, now out of the rackets and involved with respectable enterprise, Teckla would like nothing more than to bury the past. But the district attorney is anxious to break up Teckla's old mob. To do this, he must get Teckla on the stand--any way he can.

Season 2

  • S02E01 Think Pretty

    • October 2, 1964
    • NBC

    A dancing record executive who is trying to sign up a star comedian.

  • S02E02 Murder in the First

    • October 9, 1964
    • NBC

    Brad Kubec, who was a first year law student went to work as a live-in gardener for the the Hartley family, one of the richest families in the state. Brad was shy, had a shuttering problem and was a little unstable. He finds himself falling in love with Carol Hartley.Carol was a spoiled housewife who seemed to have everything but was desperate for Brad's attention. She led him on and let Brad take her out on a date to the county fair while her husband was away on business. This only fed Brad's obsession with her. When she broke off the affair, something snapped in Brad and it was ""Murder In The First"".

  • S02E03 Have Girls Will Travel

    • October 16, 1964
    • NBC

    Old west marriage broker Horatio Lovelace travels from town to town matching lassies to prospective husbands.

  • S02E04 The Turncoat

    • October 23, 1964
    • NBC

    The turncoat is young Peter Thornton, a defector to the Chinese during the Korean War. Now, with forged credentials, he's en route to a missile plant to do the job of espionage he was groomed for.

  • S02E05 The Timothy Heist

    • October 30, 1964
    • NBC

    The scam became the scammed and the heist that was never was.

  • S02E06 Out of the Outskirts of Town

    • November 6, 1964
    • NBC

    Tough girl Faye has her way with a disapproving husband.

  • S02E07 Parties to the Crime

    • November 27, 1964
    • NBC

    Stinson comes to terms with the help of a Sister.

  • S02E08 Mr. Biddle's Crime Wave

    • December 4, 1964
    • NBC

    Eccentric research chemist Arthur Biddle isn't a safe man to be around: he's caused two plants to burn down and done extensive damage to another, managed to break a few traffic regulations, wrecked a policeman's motorcycle and has accidentally broken the arm of police chief Sinclair—who also happens to be his fiancee's father.

  • S02E09 The Shattered Glass

    • December 11, 1964
    • NBC

    After her alcoholism devastates her life, her marriage ends and new love is found.

  • S02E10 The Clash of Cymbals

    • December 25, 1964
    • NBC

    Aspiring concert pianist Laura Macon is one of three finalists in a scholarship competition, and her romantic involvement with a flamboyant conductor who's also one of the judges has her teacher worried.

  • S02E11 Double Jeopardy

    • January 8, 1965
    • NBC

    Fred Piper, a jet-setting private eye who takes on cases no one else can solve. Right now he's trying to find out what happened to a missing millionaire, a task made difficult by the millionaire's wife. For some reason, she doesn't want Piper to question her identical twin sister (note the title ""Double Jeopardy"").

  • S02E12 Bob Hope Annual Special

    • January 15, 1965
    • NBC

    Bob Hope's annual tour overseas: this time he hits Southeast Asia--Korea, Guam, the Philippines, Okinawa, Vietnam.

  • S02E13 Exit From A Plane Flight

    • January 22, 1965
    • NBC

    After their plane is shot down, the recovery mentally and physically is challenging for three men.

  • S02E14 The Loving Cup

    • January 29, 1965
    • NBC

    When the Senator's wife is caught in bed with another man, his career is jeopardized.

  • S02E15 The Fliers

    • February 5, 1965
    • NBC

    After being captured the fliers resort to all kinds of mischief to disrupt the plans of the enemy.

  • S02E16 Cops and Robbers

    • February 19, 1965
    • NBC

    When a bungling group of crooks get messed up with a bunch of incompetent cops you know the outcome.

  • S02E17 Terror Island

    • February 26, 1965
    • NBC

    Newlyweds Mark and Carol visit Mark's old island home, where his foster mother and her embittered, crippled daughter live in seclusion--and where the memory of Mark's first wife still lingers.

  • S02E18 The War and Eric Kurtz

    • March 5, 1965
    • NBC

    After being a prisoner of war Eric has to come to grips with his deeds and overcome his mental breakdown.

  • S02E19 In Any Language

    • March 12, 1965
    • NBC

    Hannah King has two reasons for being in Rome: to win back her husband, who's courting an Arabian princess; and to land a role in Italian director Aldo Carmenelli's new art film.

  • S02E20 Perilous Times

    • March 19, 1965
    • NBC

    A Hungarian photographer is sad when she discovers that her handsome lover no longer cares for her.

  • S02E21 Memorandum For A Spy [1]

    • April 2, 1965
    • NBC

    James Congers, a CIA agent who becomes an alcoholic, believing himself responsible for the death of two close friends. The Russians believe that he would be useful in fingering potential soviet defectors. The Americans plans to use Conger's inebriated state to get him into a mental hospital, and there locate an enemy spy. His girl friend merely wants to get him to pull himself together.

  • S02E22 Memorandum For A Spy [2]

    • April 9, 1965
    • NBC

    James Congers, a CIA agent who becomes an alcoholic, believing himself responsible for the death of two close friends. The Russians believe that he would be useful in fingering potential soviet defectors. The Americans plans to use Conger's inebriated state to get him into a mental hospital, and there locate an enemy spy. His girl friend merely wants to get him to pull himself together.

  • S02E23 A Time For Killing

    • April 30, 1965
    • NBC

    During Wartime several heroes emerge.

  • S02E24 Escape Into Jeopardy

    • May 28, 1965
    • NBC

    The Nazi want to get their hands on a set of counterfeit plates which they plan to use to flood neutral countries with phony dollars, but U.S. Intelligence plans to beat them to the punch with the help of convict Larry Martin, the only man who knows where the plates are hidden.

  • S02E25 Simon Says Get Married

    • June 4, 1965
    • NBC

    Girl-shy scientist Charles Fenton has decided that it?s time he married-scientifically, by letting a computer play cupid.

Season 3

  • S03E01 The Game

    • September 15, 1965
    • NBC

    After being invited for a big hunt, he soon realizes he is the game.

  • S03E02 The Crime

    • September 22, 1965
    • NBC

    A pair of illicit lovers have been murdered, and prosecuting attorney Abe Perez is going all out to get a conviction against the dead man's wife, a wealthy socialite who used to date Perez.

  • S03E03 March From Camp Tyler

    • October 6, 1965
    • NBC

    Hostilities arise between Cavalryman and Native Americans in this western episode.

  • S03E04 Kicks

    • October 13, 1965
    • NBC

    Troublemaking is his past time, as police close in on his hoaxes.

  • S03E05 Back to Back

    • October 27, 1965
    • NBC

    After an unhappy marriage she seeks happiness in the arms of a married man.

  • S03E06 Mister Governess

    • November 10, 1965
    • NBC

    An unlikely male governess turns the family upside down.

  • S03E07 Russian Roulette

    • November 17, 1965
    • NBC

    Comedy about an inadequate spy.

  • S03E08 Highest Fall of All

    • December 1, 1965
    • NBC

    An actress comes between a man and his wife while on holiday.

  • S03E09 The Betrayal

    • December 8, 1965
    • NBC

    Two friends are betrayed by the woman they love.

  • S03E10 Bob Hope Christmas Variety Special

    • December 22, 1965
    • NBC

    Korean Kittens sing What'd I say. Vic Damone sings More and Strangers in the night for wounded soldier. Hope and Joey Heatherton do a song and dance. Joey sings Spanish Flea. Billy Graham gives pep talk to soldiers. Diane Shelton does acrobatic act. Appearances by Johnny Grant, Diane McBain. Tippi Hedren makes a short appearance. Skit with girls protesting Hope's treatment of them. Anita Bryant sings Silent night. Troupe visits wounded. Hope asks General Leo Wald why we must win. Other participants are Rita Feria (Miss World), Les Brown and his Band of Reknown, Phyllis Diller.

  • S03E11 The Admiral

    • December 29, 1965
    • NBC

    The admiral's wife dies, he tries to begin again and get along with his son.

  • S03E12 The Enemy on the Beach

    • January 5, 1966
    • NBC

    Enemy on the Beach is set on the coast of Ireland during World War II. Two German mines wash up on shore, posing a hazard to everyone within miles. The UXB squad dispatched to disarm the bombs consists of a cocksure merchant marine officer and a martinet British commander. It's a toss-up as to which will explode first: the bombs or the hostility between the two men.

  • S03E13 After the Lion, Jackals

    • January 26, 1966
    • NBC

    Adrian Harris takes a job in Sicily as secretary to cynical novelist C.C. Conover, whom she falls for and soon marries. But Conover turns out to be anything but a good husband, and a handsome Sicilian soon enters the picture.

  • S03E14 When Hell Froze

    • February 2, 1966
    • NBC

    In 1919, housewife Addie Joslin's act of kindness to a wandering war veteran forms the basis of a cruel misunderstanding.

  • S03E15 A Small Rebellion

    • February 9, 1966
    • NBC

    An angry young man of the theatre, who has written a play that could be a hit, if actress Sara Lescaut agrees to play the lead. Kolinos, however, is determined not to alter one word of his script to make it a more commercial vehicle.

  • S03E16 Wind Fever

    • March 2, 1966
    • NBC

    Diagnosed with an illness, an eccentric millionaire finds out the true meaning of family.

  • S03E17 Guilty or Not Guilty

    • March 9, 1966
    • NBC

    Andrew Dixon, a New York assistant DA. disgusted by the crime rate and the court's revolving door policy regarding street criminals, Dixon organizes a citizen's protection committee in his own neighborhood.

  • S03E18 Tell Them The Streets are Dancing

    • March 16, 1966
    • NBC

    Coroner Dr. Steve Wojeck investigated the death by caisson disease of an Italian worker, and his inquiry led him to examine the conditions of the victim's workplace, a tunnel under construction.

  • S03E19 Brilliant Benjamin Boggs

    • March 30, 1966
    • NBC

    Benjamin Boggs, a brilliant but acutely unlucky research scientist is persude by a world-renowned big game hunter who sets her romantic sights on Mr. Boggs. She is determined to ""bag"" him for her own, and never mind that he's already married.

  • S03E20 The Sister and the Savage

    • April 6, 1966
    • NBC

    Sister Mary Clare, formerly a singer and now a nurse at St. Jerome's Hospital, tries to convince a young rock 'n' roll singer to go through with a needed operation.

  • S03E21 Bob Hope Comedy Special

    • April 13, 1966
    • NBC

    Sketches include “Pagoda Place,” after remarrying a wealthy Japanese woman learns that her husband is still alive; “The Putrid Six” stars Bob as a sinister bandit chief and Lee as a sissy gangster with Johnine Lee as Chiquita; and a police lieutenant (Bob) investigates Oscar nominee Rock Surly (Jonathan), who is suspected of murdering the other contenders.

  • S03E22 The Faceless Man

    • May 4, 1966
    • NBC

    Agent Don Owens goes undercover in a counterfeit operation to find a killer. One of the services performed by BOSS is to help behind the Iron Curtain, but the service hasn?t been too good of late: Four defecting seamen have been found murdered, and two BOSS agents have been lost while investigating the crimes. Agent Don Ownes? assignment: Infiltrate the waterfront and find out who is behind the murders.

  • S03E23 Holloway's Daughters

    • May 11, 1966
    • NBC

    Admiral Holloway has one big problem, his daughters! When suitors come knocking, they usually end up running.

  • S03E24 One Embezzlement and Two Margaritas

    • May 18, 1966
    • NBC

    After embezzling a large amount of money two drifters end up in Mexico seeking a new life, when a sweet senorita tries to swindle them out of their money.

  • S03E25 Runaway Boy

    • May 25, 1966
    • NBC

    After being treated like a deserter, Brophy has to confront many demons.

  • S03E26 Shipwrecked

    • June 8, 1966
    • NBC

    During a storm a couple end up on an island.

  • S03E27 In Pursuit of Excellence

    • June 22, 1966
    • NBC

    When the senatorial race comes to a small glitch health issues need to be resolved.

Season 4

  • S04E01 Nightmare

    • September 14, 1966
    • NBC

    In her secluded mansion, crippled Isobel Cain receives loving care from her husband Morgan and her twin sister Vicky. But the two have more than Isobel's welfare at heart: they're planning to poison dear Isobel and live happily ever after on her money.

  • S04E02 Time of Flight

    • September 21, 1966
    • NBC

    Private detective Al Packer had his legs broken by two hoods after he put their friend behind bars. Now, barely able to hobble around his apartment, Packer receives an attractive offer for a routine job: $300 a week to protect a small-time thief named Markos. But the new case is anything but routine: At a seedy hotel hideout, Packer sees Markos gunned down -- or does he? The ""corpse"" comes alive, fires Packer and leaves the hotel.

  • S04E03 And Baby Makes Five

    • October 5, 1966
    • NBC

    A New York author fed up with the pressures of urban living, quits his job and moves with his pregnant wife to a small California town. Here he accepts an editor's position at a tiny weekly newspaper, inspiring both praise and wrath by using the publication as a pulpit for his crusading.

  • S04E04 Crazier than Cotton

    • October 12, 1966
    • NBC

    Matt, a 34-year-old sculptor who is spectacularly unsuccessful, knows he's hit rock bottom when he has to borrow money from his girlfriend in order to attend his father's funeral. As he stands at graveside, Matt vows to do something ""worthwhile"" with his life. Problem is, sculpting is all he knows.

  • S04E05 Murder at N.B.C.

    • October 19, 1966
    • NBC

    Fifteen fellow comedians join Bob in ""Murder at NBC"", a spy spoof. Bob plays a mad scientist with a nuclear chemical capable of shrinking the U.S.A. Spies are Don Adams, Milton Berle, Red Buttons, Johnny Carson, Jack Carter, Bill Cosby, Wally Cox, Bill Dana, Jimmy Durante, Don Rickles, Dan Rowan and Dick Martin, Soupy Sales, Dick Shawn and Jonathan Winters.

  • S04E06 Massacre at Fort Phil Kearny

    • October 26, 1966
    • NBC

    On December 21, 1866 eighty men rode out of Fort Phil Kearny to support a wood-cutting expedition that had come under attack. The wood was necessary to build the fort. They were led out onto the Bozeman Trail and ambused in the pass by the Sioux and wiped out. The leader of the Sioux tribe was Chief Red Cloud.

  • S04E07 Dear Deductible

    • November 9, 1966
    • NBC

    A popular but improvident songwriter, after spending all of his royalties, agrees to marry an heiress, not because of her money, but because of her lack of money. You see, both plan to file a joint income tax return, thereby enjoying the bounty of the IRS' ""deductible"" system. This will keep them both solvent until they can recoup their fortunes.

  • S04E08 Bing and Me

    • November 16, 1966
    • NBC

    Where there's Hope, there's often Bing. And when Bing and Bob get together you'll invariably find pretty scenery - almost all of it female! Bob introduces Bach Yen (White Swallow), a 23-year old Vietnamese singer, and his own selection of promising Hollywood starlets. Bach Yen sings ""What Now My Love?"" (in French & English) and ""Dem Dong"", a Vietnamese folk song. Bing offers ""In the Cool, Cool of the Evening"" and ""Pennies From Heaven"". Sketches include, a wealthy Texan (Bob) and a snooty Englishman (Bing) enter their prize ponies in the Grand National. And ""Fantastic Stomach"" a parody of the movie ""Fantastic Voyage"" which finds a miniaturized Bob and Bing penetrating the Vast Waistline to find out what's ailing Jackie Gleason. Les Brown conducts the orchestra.

  • S04E09 The Blue-Eyed Horse

    • November 23, 1966
    • NBC

    A beleaguered husband stands before the judge, trying to explain why his wife has disappeared. The police suspect foul play, offering as evidence the strained relationship of the couple and the debts incurred by her gambling. Only he knows (or thinks he knows) the incredible truth: his wife has been magically transformed into a horse!

  • S04E10 The Fatal Mistake

    • November 30, 1966
    • NBC

    Set in England, a respectable accountant and family man every month on the dot, he is visited by his ""friend"", who graciously bestows gifts upon his wife and children, then retires with his host into the den. Here he collects his monthly blackmail check--just as he does with all his other ""clients"". Tired of paying out extortion, he plans a neat little mishap for him.

  • S04E11 Storm Crossing

    • December 7, 1966
    • NBC

    Trapped by a severe storm, do they risk getting out.

  • S04E12 The Eighth Day

    • December 21, 1966
    • NBC

    An embittered ex-athelete finds himself very much alone after stealing priceless jewels from a church on Christmas Eve.

  • S04E13 Free of Charge

    • December 28, 1966
    • NBC

    This free-wheeling story about a composer named Harrybell, who swings around Los Angles seeking inspiration for a musical tribute to the city. Harrybell is also running from the police, who think he?s some kind of nut.

  • S04E14 A Time to Love

    • January 11, 1967
    • NBC

    A tired doctor is renewed by a young protege while his wife finds her own distraction.

  • S04E15 Code Name: Heraclitus (1)

    • January 18, 1967
    • NBC

    Frank G. Wheatley is a British spy who is investigating the past of Lydia Constantine, the widow of a secret agent. Constantine is suspected of selling Cold War secrets to the Communists. To ascertain the truth, it is necessary to ""rebuild"" Constantine and send his living counterpart behind the Iron Curtain.

  • S04E16 Code Name: Heraclitus (2)

    • January 25, 1967
    • NBC

    A man who dies on an operating table is brought back to life, but he has no memory of anything that happened before he wakes up. A government agent decides that he would make a perfect undercover operative.

  • S04E17 The Lady is My Wife

    • February 1, 1967
    • NBC

    Set in the post-Civil War Old West. A wealthy horse breeder hires the Bannisters, a genteel--and broke--Southern couple. The cowboy has more in mind than horses when he sets his sights on Mrs. Bannister.

  • S04E18 Blind Man's Bluff

    • February 8, 1967
    • NBC

    While investigating a murder, involvements become an entangled mess when love happens.

  • S04E19 A Song Called Revenge

    • March 1, 1967
    • NBC

    A singer gets caught up in a romantic triangle.

  • S04E20 The Reason Nobody Hardly Ever Seen A Fat Outlaw in the Old West is as Follows

    • March 8, 1967
    • NBC

    Comical Sheriff Tinsley is up against the Swine Gang and mighty frightened of Curly the Kid.

  • S04E21 Verdict For Terror

    • March 22, 1967
    • NBC

    Law student Darryl Cooper invites an ambitious D.A. to meet his fraternity brothers in 'the griddle,' a political question and answer session. The D.A. accepts, but soon wishes he hadn't, five years ago, he sent Darryl's brother to the gas chamber. Now, Darryl intends to use the griddle to prove his brother's innocence, and to destroy the D.A.'s career.

  • S04E22 Dead Wrong

    • April 5, 1967
    • NBC

    A tense drama about a hermit monk, whose isolated mountain cabin is invaded by a gun-wielding ex-convict, his younger brother and the girl they both love.

  • S04E23 Don't Wait For Tomorrow

    • April 19, 1967
    • NBC

    Newspaperman Matt Braid's search for an international criminal leads him to a lavish villa on a Greek island -- where a vicious beating convinces Braid that he's on the right track.

  • S04E24 Wipeout

    • April 26, 1967
    • NBC

    Surfer Greg Travis tries to cash in on his friendship with an aging film star-by stealing her multimillion-dollar jewel collection.

  • S04E25 To Sleep, Perchance to Scream

    • May 10, 1967
    • NBC

    In Hollywood, private eye Adam Steele investigates the murder of a colleague who was working for a ruthless business tycoon. Steele?s search for motive and murder leads up several blind alleys-but all are somehow connected with his friend's employer.

  • S04E26 Deadlock

    • May 17, 1967
    • NBC

    Virginia Cloyd is the widow of a notorious criminal. Early one morning, Virginia calmly walks into a police precinct office--armed with a pistol and vial of nitroglycerine. In a measured voice, she announces that she intends to wait for detective James Lassiter, the man responsible for the death of her husband. She also declares that she intends to kill Lassiter, in full view of the other cops.