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-30- (11-Nov-1959)

Director: Jack Webb

Writer: William Bowers

Music: Roy Heindorf

Producer: Jack Webb

Keywords: Drama, Journalism

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Whitney Blake
Actor
20-Feb-1925 28-Sep-2002 Mrs. B on Hazel
William Conrad
Actor
27-Sep-1920 11-Feb-1994 Jake and the Fatman
Richard Deacon
Actor
14-May-1921 8-Aug-1984 The Dick Van Dyke Show
Joe Flynn
Actor
8-Nov-1924 19-Jul-1974 Capt. Binghamton on McHale's Navy
Howard McNear
Actor
27-Jan-1905 3-Jan-1969 Floyd the Barber
David Nelson
Actor
24-Oct-1936 11-Jan-2011 The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet
William Tracy
Actor
1-Sep-1917 18-Jun-1967 Terry and the Pirates
Jack Webb
Actor
2-Apr-1920 23-Dec-1982 Joe Friday in Dragnet

CAST

Jack Webb   ...   Sam Gatlin
Starring
William Conrad   ...   Jim Bathgate
David Nelson   ...   Collins
Whitney Blake   ...   Peggy Gatlin
Louise Lorimer   ...   Lady Wilson
James Bell   ...   Ben Quinn
Nancy Valentine   ...   Jan Price
With
Joe Flynn   ...   Hy Shapiro
Richard Bakalyan   ...   Carl Thompson
Dick Whittinghill   ...   Fred Kendall
John Nolan   ...   Ron Danton
Howard McNear   ...   Editor
Jonathan Hole   ...   Pettifog
Richard Deacon   ...   Chapman
Ronnie Dapo   ...  
Fay McKenzie   ...  
Marshall Kent   ...  
Howard Culver   ...  
Phil Gordon   ...  
John Truax   ...  
Mark Scott   ...  
Olan Soulé   ...  
William Tracy   ...  
Dick Cathcart   ...  
Alan Reynolds   ...  
And Miss Arkansas of 1959
Donna Sue Needham   ...   Lucille Greghauser

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