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I Spy: Crusade to Limbo

When Kelly spots a movie star friend in Mexico City, he approaches the man and gets slugged. The agents soon discover that a revolutionary is recruiting American celebrities in an attempt to invade a neighboring country and gain big headlines with his all-star army.

Episode Info
Episode number: 1x24
Airdate: Wednesday March 23rd, 1966

Guest Stars
Antoinette BowerAntoinette Bower
As Shelby (Shelby Clavel)
Sheldon LeonardSheldon Leonard
As Himself
Howard DuffHoward Duff
As Sean (Sean Christy)
Frank SilveraFrank Silvera
As Munoz (Rafael Munoz)
Gene LyonsGene Lyons
As Tom Keith
Wesley AddyWesley Addy
As Hubbard
Charles WintersCharles Winters
As Elliot (as Chuck Winters)
Don RossDon Ross
As Jim Stanley
Carl MilletaireCarl Milletaire
As Vasconcelos (Ramone Vasconcelos)
Guillermo RivasGuillermo Rivas
As Esteban
David SilvaDavid Silva
As Victor
Victor EbergVictor Eberg
As Mexican Artist
Margarito LunaMargarito Luna
As Balloon Vendor
Lourdes TeranLourdes Teran
As Little Mexican Girl
Aurora ClavelAurora Clavel
As Mexican Woman
Main Cast
Robert CulpRobert Culp
As Kelly Robinson
Bill CosbyBill Cosby
As Alexander Scott


In Mexico City, a little girl admires paintings in the park and Kelly chats with her briefly. Scotty is looking over paintings for his mother and the artist says that it shows an atomic explosion and is dedicated to peace. Kelly spots one of his old Hollywood buddies, movie star Sean Christy, and goes over to greet him. Sean punches him and walks away, and the little girl offers Kelly her flower. ..

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Episode Quotes
Scott: Do you think my mother would like that?
Kelly: I don't know, your mother is the hardest woman in the world to buy for.

Scott: I'm so sick of your friends.
Kelly: I'm not feeling too good about them either.

Sean: Did you know that twenty years before our country, Mexico had passed labor laws to protect the workers. Did you know that?
Kelly: You worry a lot about people, don't you?
Sean: Everywhere.
Kelly: But that doesn't make any sense, man. You're worried about people. We're people, you're talking about killing us.

Kelly: Well, then, huh, how you feeling?
Scott: I feel all right, how you feeling?
Kelly: Well, I really don't know. It's my first revolution.
Scott: I got butterflies myself.
Kelly: Is that right?

Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerSheldon Leonard
ProducerFouad Said  |  Morton Fine  |  David Friedkin
Associate ProducerRonald Jacobs
CastingRuth Burch
MusicHugo Friedhofer
Music EditorJerry MacDonald  |  Ken Johnson (5)
HairstylistDonna McDonough
Make-upStan Smith
Set DecoratorKen Swartz
Property MasterStuart Stevenson
Production AssistantJoel Swanson
Director of PhotographyFleet Southcott
Production SupervisorRonald Jacobs
Art DirectorKenneth A. Reid
Production ManagerFrank Myers (1)  |  Edward M. Hillie
Sound EditorBill B. Keith  |  Dick Maier (1)
Special EffectsJoe Lombardi
Main Title ThemeEarle Hagen
Film EditorBasil Wrangell  |  George W. Brooks
CostumerHarald Johnson  |  Florence Albert
Assistant DirectorLouis Brandt
Sound EngineerTommy N. Thompson
Music CoordinatorWalter Popp
ContinuityMichael Preece (1)
Location Production ManagerLeon Chooluck
Editorial CoordinatorJerry Jameson
Location Director Of PhotographyFouad Said
Assistant To The Production ManagerStanley J. Brooks
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