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Detective Havilland befriends a young man unaware that his father is involved in a plot to assassinate a visiting South American dignitary.

Episode Info
Episode number: 1x27
Airdate: Monday April 09th, 1962

Director: Maurice Geraghty
Writer: David Lang

Guest Stars
Danny BravoDanny Bravo
As Ramon Morales
Alex MontoyaAlex Montoya
As Emiliano Guavos
Edward ColmansEdward Colmans
As Villeda Morales
Jess KirkpatrickJess Kirkpatrick
As Officer Grimes
Joe RacitiJoe Raciti
As Luis Rico
Rico AlanizRico Alaniz
As Rafael Bencasme
Walter ReedWalter Reed
As Anders
Willis BoucheyWillis Bouchey
As Jim Spencer
Main Cast
Robert LansingRobert Lansing
As Det. Steve Carella
Ron HarperRon Harper
As Det. Bert Kling
Norman FellNorman Fell
As Det. Meyer Meyer
Gregory WalcottGregory Walcott
As Det. Roger Havilland
Episode Notes
Danny Bravo provided the voice of Hadji in the classic adventure cartoon Jonny Quest.

We see the inside of Detective Havilland's apartment in this episode and we also learn that he hates garlic.

Episode Quotes
Carella: If this guy gets knocked off we'll all be back pounding beats in the sticks.

Havilland: Tell me why you stole the wreath.
Ramon: I didn't have money to buy one.

Spencer: Meyer Meyer?
Meyer: I come from a big family. We ran out of first names.

Kling: These guys are really serious, aren't they?
Carella: Aren't you?

Carella: About all we can do is make sure any would be assassin knows he'd be the second guy to get killed.

Havilland: You can't be cookin' breakfast for me. You oughta be in school.
Ramon: No school now. Summer vacation.

Kling: Deep down inside you're really the father type.
Havilland: I'm the bachelor type. I like it that way.

Kling: Good night, Uncle Rog.

Morales: What are you after, Senor?
Havilland: Nothing. I'm not after a thing. Except maybe a little sleep.

Meyer: Why don't we keep Ramon here and send him (Havilland) to camp?

Havilland: Don't you have elections?
Morales: Oh, si. You vote for the prime minister or you go to jail.

Episode Goofs
The State Department official is billed as Jim Spencer in the ending credits but referred to as Harry Spencer in the dialogue.

Yet another average episode as the series wound down although there is pretty good chemistry between Gregory Walcott and Danny Bravo as a youth he's trying to protect.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorEvan Hunter
Executive ProducerHubbell Robinson
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