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Season 2

Nb: The brackets, following a title, indicate the production number of that specific show.

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1: Hail To The Chief (32)
Original Broadcast—16 September 1962
Script by: Tony Webster
Directed by: Nat Hiken

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Simon Oakland as Cordner
John McGovern as Commissioner J.S. Brady
Jay Jostyn as Hollander
Jeremiah Morris as Doctor
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Walter Klavun as McQueen
Billy Sands as Quackenbush the Birdman
Mel Stewart as Police Officer
Fred O’Neal as Wallace
Gordon B. Clarke as Haywood Presnell
Phil Carter as Feldman
John F. Kennedy as US President
Jacqueline Kennedy as the First Lady

Also appearing:
Kenneth Reid

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2: One Sleepy People (35)
Original Broadcast—23 September 1962
Script by: Terry Ryan
Directed by: Nat Hiken

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Beatrice Pons as Lucille Toody
Charlotte Rae as Sylvia Schnauser
Hank Garrett as Nicholson
Patrick Horgan as Ashley
Dick Powell as Man on television
Patricia Cutts as Pamela
Edgar Daniels as Reggie
Jack Healy as Rodriguez
Mel Stewart as Police Dispatcher
Marie Wallace as the Party Date

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3: A Man Is Not An Ox (31)
Original Broadcast—30 September 1962
Script by: Billy Friedberg and Nat Hiken
Directed by: Nat Hiken

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Beatrice Pons as Lucille Toody
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Ruth Masters as Mrs Muldoon
Hank Garrett as Nicholson
Fred O'Neal as Wallace
Phil Carter as Desk Sergeant
Mickey Deems as Fleischer
Jack Healy as the Clerk
Jerry Jarrett as the Driver
Pat Pizza as Lucille's Double
Truman Smith as Dr Metz
Ned Wertimer as Dr Meisner

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4: Schnauser's Last Ride (34)
Original Broadcast—7 October 1962
Script by: Tony Webster
Directed by: Nat Hiken

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Al Lewis as Schnauser
John Becher as Connors
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Hank Garrett as Nicholson
Mickey Deems as Fleischer
Dort Clark as the Bookie
Diane Deering as the Lady
Duke Farley as Desk Sergeant Reilly
Jack Healy as Rodriguez
Fred O’Neal as Wallace

Also appearing:
Phil Carter, Rex Everhart, Harold Gray, Fred Kareman, Dan Morgan, Melville Ruick

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5: Toody And Muldoon Sing Along With Mitch (33)
Original Broadcast—14 October 1962
Script by: Buddy Arnold and Ben Joelson
Directed by: Nat Hiken

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon
Mitch Miller as Himself

Featuring:
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Frederick O'Neal as Wallace
Beatrice Pons as Lucille Toody
Mickey Deems as Fleischer
John Miller as first Man
Richard Winter as second Man
George S. Irving as Igor Toody

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6: Occupancy, August First (36)
Original Broadcast—21 October 1962
Script by: Gary Belkin
Directed by: Nat Hiken

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon
Molly Picon as Mrs Bronson

Featuring:
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Charles Nelson Reilly as Harlow
Howard Freeman as Dr Michaels
John Alexander as the Commissioner
John Anderson as Hilton
Heywood Hale Broun as Health Department Employee
Dana Elcar as Gunderson Boss of Construction
Michael Conrad as a Construction worker
Mike Dana as a Construction worker
Maurice Shrog as Ellison

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7: Remember St. Petersburg (37)
Original Broadcast—28 October 1962
Script by: Tony Webster
Directed by: Nat Hiken

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon
Larry Storch as Pinky

Featuring:
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Charlotte Rae as Sylvia Schnauser
Jack Healy as Rodriguez
Fay De Witt as Madame Sonya
Don Keefer as Dr Mitchell
Maurice Brenner as Alvin Brooks
Paul Lipson as the Con man
Mara Lynn as the Con woman in curlers

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8: That's Show Business (39)
Original Broadcast—4 November 1962
Script by: Gary Belkin
Directed by: Nat Hiken

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Beatrice Pons as Lucille Toody
Larry Storch as Charlie the Drunk
David Hurst as Stuart
Ben Hayes as monetary Backer
Joe Sullivan as monetary Backer
John Seymour as monetary Backer
House Jameson as Mr Fenwick
Ruth Masters as Mrs Muldoon
Helen Parker as Peggy Muldoon
Al Henderson as O'Hara
Hank Garrett as Nicholson
Jimmy Little as Desk Sergeant
Ossie Davis as Omar Anderson
Paul McGrath as Mr Stuart
Joseph Sullivan as Runnels
Victor Thornley as Commissioner
Bernie West as Aide to Commissioner

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9: Toody, Undercover (38)
Original Broadcast—11 November 1962
Script by: Terry Ryan
Directed by: Nat Hiken

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon
Bruce Gordon as Bigelow

Featuring:
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Paul Reed as Captain Block
George Mathews as Pepsi Peru
Barnard Hughes as the Inspector

Also appearing:
Sammy Birch, Frankie Gio, Harry Hornick, Jock Livingston, Barney Martin, Al Nessoe, Lou Polan, Brooks Rogers, Jane Rosse, Nick Saunders, Alfred Spindleman, Harry Stanton

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10: I Hate Captain Block (40)
Original Broadcast—18 November 1962
Script by: Ben Joelson and Buddy Arnold
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Patricia Bright as Claire Block
Charlotte Rae as Sylvia Schnauser
Beatrice Pons as Lucille Toody
Heywood Hale Broun as Thompson
Holly Irving as the eldest Woman
James Karen as Bird Owner
Frank Milano as Bird Owner
Barbara Lang as Vivian Hanson
Cecil Roy as the Voice of the parrot
Arnold Soboloff as pet shop Owner

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11: A Star Is Born In The Bronx (41)
Original Broadcast—25 November 1962
Script by: Terry Ryan
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Charlotte Rae as Sylvia Schnauser
Beatrice Pons as Lucille Toody
Kenny Delmar as Colonel Culpepper
Lu Leonard as the Shopper
John Gibson as Babcock
David Doyle as Mr Dutton

Also appearing:
Fred Harper, Sammy Smith, Bill Wendell

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12: Pretzel Mary (42)
Original Broadcast—2 December 1962
Script by: Gary Belkin and Art Baer and Nat Hiken
Directed by: Nat Hiken

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Larry Storch as Charlie
Sibyl Bowan as Pretzel Mary
Teddy Hart as the Junk man
Ossie Davis as Omar Anderson
Howard Freeman as the park customer
Hank Garrett as Nicholson
Jimmy Little as Desk Sergeant Little
Paul Lipson as Pig the Junk man
Mel Stewart as Police Officer

Also appearing:
Bernie Allen, Lou Bernard, Janet Paul, Bob Randell, Jane Rose, Melville Ruick

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13: 142 Tickets On The Aisle (43)
Original Broadcast—9 December 1962
Script by: Tony Webster
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Charlotte Rae as Sylvia Schnauser
Beatrice Pons as Lucille Toody
Eugene Troobnick as 1st ticket Man
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Hank Garrett as Nicholson
Fred O'Neal as Wallace
Hilda Haynes as Mrs Wallace
Ossie Davis as Omar Anderson
Jimmy Little as Desk Sergeant Little
Mel Stewart as Julie
Betty Garde as Clarissa Hawthorn
Janis Hansen as Johnny Scout (aka Little Miss Pioneer)
Bernie West as the ticket Buyer
Stanley Simmonds as a theatre Operative

Also appearing:
Matt Crowley, Ronald Knight, Parker McCormick, Charles Randall, Sammy Smith, Ted Thurston, Michael Vale

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14: Stop, Thief! (47)
Original Broadcast—16 December 1962
Script by: Tony Webster
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Patricia Bright as Mrs Claire Block
Beatrice Pons as Lucille Toody
Hank Garrett as Nicholson
Jack Healy as Rodriguez
Ossie Davis as Omar Anderson
Dan Frazer as Todd
Martin Ashe as Blakely

Also appearing:
Roger C. Carmel,  Alan Manson, Van Palmer

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15: J'Adore Muldoon (44)
Original Broadcast—30 December 1962
Script by: Ben Joelson
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Lisa Loughlin as Darlene Duffy
June Jerome as Rhoda Duggan
Jean Stapleton as Mrs Duggan
Ruth Masters as Mrs Muldoon
Jimmy Little as Desk Sergeant Little
Hank Garrett as Nicholson
Jack Healy as Rodriguez
Al Henderson as O'Hara
Katherine Helmond as Betty Lou Creco

Also appearing:
Jerry Jarrett, Lynn Karington, Laine Kazan, Sheila Smith, Inger Stratton

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16: The White Elephant (45)
Original Broadcast—6 January 1963
Script by: Terry Ryan
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Jimmy Little as Desk Sergeant Little
Hank Garrett as Nicholson
Mel Stewart as Julie
Dort Clark as Eddie Montaine
Arlene Golonka as Laverne
Jake LaMotta as Thornton (aka Duke)
Joe Marr as Willy
Marie Pinckard as Ma Smathers
Eugen Troobnick as Barney
Wayne Wilson as Pa Smathers
Janet Paul as Mrs Goldberg

Also appearing:
Teddy Hart, Jon Richards, Michael Vale

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17: Benny The Bookie's Last Chance (46)
Original Broadcast—13 January 1963
Script by: Art Baer and Gary Belkin
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon
Gene Baylos as 'Backdoor' Benny Harper

Featuring:
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Ossie Davis as Omar Anderson
Jack Healy as Rodriguez
Al Henderson as O'Hara
Gerald Hiken as Mr Sam Katz
Florence Robinson as Mrs Katz
Margaret Hamilton as the Miss Murgatroyd
Beatrice Ruth as the little girl in sweet shop

Also appearing:
Robert Ader, Tom Ahearne, Rick Colitti, Lew Herbert, Gilbert Mack

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18: The Presidential Itch (48)
Original Broadcast—20 January 1963
Script by: Nat Hiken, Billy Friedberg and Robert Van Scoyk
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Beatrice Pons as Lucille Toody
Ossie Davis as Omar Anderson
Jack Healy as Rodriguez
Al Henderson as O'Hara
Hank Garrett as Nicholson
Jimmy Little as Jimmy McBride
Elizabeth Eustis as Mrs Florence McBride
Bernie West as Walter Gander

Also appearing:
Bill Adler, Bob Kaliban, Paul Melton, Maurice Shrog

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19: Toody And Muldoon Meet the Russians (49)
Original Broadcast—27 January 1963
Script by: Nat Hiken and Billy Friedberg
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon
Jules Munshin as Malanov

Featuring:
Gerald Hiken as Domsky
Mara Lynn as the General
Heywood Hale Broun as Julius
B.S. Pully as the Spy

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20: Here We Go Again (50)
Original Broadcast—3 February 1963
Script by: Gary Belkin and Art Baer
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Patricia Bright as Mrs Claire Block
Beatrice Pons as Lucille Toody
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Jimmy Little as Desk Sergeant McBride
Conrad Nagel as Himself
Jake LaMotta as Muscles McGirk
Edward Atienza as Swifty Swanson
Amelie Darlson as Trixie LeTouche
Alan Manson as Baby Face Gordon
Al Nesor as Harry Carson (aka The Hawk)
Judith Lowery as Trixie LeTouche as an old Lady

Also appearing:
Cliff Carpenter, Phil Kenneally, Walter Kinsella

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21: The Star Boarder (51)
Original Broadcast—10 February 1963
Script by: Terry Ryan
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon
Tom Bosley as "Reverend" Harold Peterson

Featuring:
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Beatrice Pons as Lucille Toody
Paula Stewart as Rhoda Nelson
Hank Garrett as Nicholson
Jimmy Little as Desk Sergeant McBride
Ossie Davis as Omar Anderson
Dana Elcar as Mr Potter of the F.B.I.
Wallace Engelhard as Peterson's Cousin
Bob Kaliban as the Man answering the advert
Brandon Maggert as Walter the Butcher
Sandi Vincent as Bubbles

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22: The Biggest Day Of The Year (52)
Original Broadcast—17 February 1963
Script by: Lou Solomon and Bob Howard
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Patricia Bright as Mrs Claire Block
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Beatrice Pons as Lucille Toody
Ruth Masters as Mrs Muldoon
Jack Healy as Rodriguez
Hank Garrett as Nicholson
Al Henderson as O'Hara
Jimmy Little as Desk Sergeant McBride
Phil Carter as Feldman
Bruce Kirby as Kissel
House Jameson as the Governor
John C. Becher as the Mayor
Charles White as the Aide to the Mayor
Matt Crowley as the Police Commissioner

Also appearing:
Bernard Barrow, Ed Bryce, Vince Carrol, Nicholas Grimes, Ed Wagner

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23: Here Comes Charlie (53)
Original Broadcast—24 February 1963
Script by: Nat Hiken and Billy Friedberg
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon
Larry Storch as Charlie

Featuring:
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Hank Garrett as Nicholson
Jimmy Little as Desk Sergeant Jimmy McBride
Jack Healy as Rodriguez
Michael Dana as Mac (Brother-in-Law of Nicholson)
Margaret Hamilton as Mrs Pownthleroy
Ossie Davis as Omar Anderson
Edwin Cooper as John Vandermeer
Joe Sweeney as Herman McNaughton
Sally DeMay as the Miss Tizzy
Joe E. Marks as Mr Wolfenden the bookkeeper
Henry Lascoe as Tananbaum the Baker
Jim Demarest as the Police Inspector
Brendan Fay as Pete DiAngelo

Also appearing:
Terry O'Sullivan

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24: See You At The Bar Mitzvah (55)
Original Broadcast—3 March 1963
Script by: Max Wilk (and Nat Hiken)
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Jack Healy as Rodriguez
Jimmy Little as McBride
Phil Carter as Feldman
Gerald Hiken as Mr Katz
Florence Robinson as Mrs Katz
B.S. Pully as Samuel Pokrass
Claude Gersene as Joel Pokrass
Perry Greene as the black boy
Paul O'Keefe as the blonde haired boy
Lou Polan as Rabbi Sam Solomon
Barney Martin as Father Charlie Donovan
Joey Faye as prisoner Moscowitz

Also appearing:
Dan Morgan, Arthur Rubin, Reuben Singer

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25: I've Been Here Before (54)
Original Broadcast—10 March 1963
Script by: Terry Ryan
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Beatrice Pons as Lucille Toody
Jack Healy as Rodriguez
Lawrence Fletcher as the Inspector
Al Leberfeld as Inspector's Assistant
Dort Clark as the Gang boss
Arlene Golonka as Edie
Jake LaMotta as Bugsy
Jock Livingstone as Moe
John McGovern as Commissioner Poznan
Pat Hosley as TV Producer
David Doyle as Holland
Terry Little as Scriptwriter 1
Bill Martel as Scriptwriter 2

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26: Joan Crawford Didn't Say No (56)
Original Broadcast—17 March 1963
Script by: Gary Belkin and Nat Hiken
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon
Molly Picon as Mrs Rachel Bronson

Featuring:
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Patricia Bright as Mrs Claire Block
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Jacob Kalich as Meyer Eisenberg
Rae Allen as Miss Thelma Eisenberg
Mickey Deems as Fleischer
Lawrence Fletcher as Chief Inspector Hollander
Judith Lowry as Mrs Harrigan
Hal Linden as Assistant DA Clark
Matt Crowley as Chief Inspector Brown
Joseph Sweeney as the Judge

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27: Lucille Is Forty (57)
Original Broadcast—24 March 1963
Script by: Ben Joelson and Art Baer
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Beatrice Pons as Lucille Toody
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Charlotte Rae as Sylvia Schnauser
Jack Healy as Rodriguez
Sandu Scott as Miss Allison
Elizabeth Eustis as Mrs McBride
Jimmy Little as McBride

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28: The Loves Of Sylvia Schnauser (58)
Original Broadcast—31 March 1963
Script by: Tony Webster and Nat Hiken
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Charlotte Rae as Mrs Schnauser
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Charles Nelson Reilly as Bentley Abernathy
Ruth Kobart as Mrs Abernathy
Joe DeSantis as Publisher Billson
Matt Crowley as Inspector Crown
David Doyle as Publisher Daniels
Al Henderson as O'Hara
Hank Garrett as Nicholson
Bruce Kirby as Kissel
Jack Healy as Rodriguez
Jimmy Little as McBride
Kenneth Mars as Assistant to A.E. Van Cleve
Joseph Sweeney as Publisher A.E. Van Cleve

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29: The Puncher and Judy (59)
Original Broadcast—7 April 1963
Script by: Nat Hiken
Directed by: Stanley Prager

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon
Sugar Ray Robinson as Ray
Rocky Graziano as Tony "Antoinne" Kluzuski
Shari Lewis as Judy Sanford

Featuring:
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Bruce Kirby as Kissel
Paul Lipson as Waxy Kilroy
Humphrey Davis as the Attorney for Sugar Ray
Frank Gioseffi as Spider McGovern
Maurice Brenner as Officer Julie
Hank Garrett as Nicholson
Jack Healy as Rodriguez
Lincoln Kilpatrick as Webster
Lu Leonard as Mrs Dobernack
Jimmy Little as McBride
Judith Lowry as Mrs Withers
Elaine Swann as Mrs Fenstermacher

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30: The Curse Of The Snitkins (60)
Original Broadcast—14 April 1963
Script by: Art Baer, Ben Joelson and Nat Hiken
Directed by: Stanley Prager and Nat Hiken

Cast:

Starring:
Joe E. Ross as Gunther Toody
Fred Gwynne as Francis Muldoon

Featuring:
Paul Reed as Captain Block
Al Lewis as Schnauser
Jack Gilford as Snitkin
Anne Russell as Alice
Godfrey Cambridge as Webster
Phil Carter as Feldman
Jack Dodson as the Workman
Bruce Kirby as Kissel
Hank Garrett as Nicholson
Jack Healy as Rodriguez
Jimmy Little as McBride
David Kerman as the Doctor
Richard Mulligan as a Patrolman

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