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It Takes a Thief: A Sour Note

In Italy, Al goes undercover with an egotistical opera singer to break into an impenetrable safe and get the goods on a former Nazi war criminal. The world's most temperamental opera star, Angela Funello, helps Alexander Mundy steal documents which will expose a long missing Nazi war criminal. The papers are in the possession of opera buff Luigi Dimontelli, who uses them for blackmail. When Dimontelli invites Miss Funello to his villa, Mundy goes along as her manager.

Episode Info
Episode number: 2x2
Airdate: Tuesday October 01st, 1968



Guest Stars
Suzanne PleshetteSuzanne Pleshette
As Angela Funello

Co-Guest Stars
Martin KosleckMartin Kosleck
As Schroeder
Recurring
John SebastianJohn Sebastian
As Kratz
Recurring
Gino ConfortiGino Conforti
As Luigi Dimontelli
Bruce Gordon (1)Bruce Gordon (1)
As Tonio Boselli
Tony DanteTony Dante
As 1st Guard
Main Cast
Robert WagnerRobert Wagner
As Alexander Mundy
Malachi ThroneMalachi Throne
As Noah Bain
Other Episode Crew

CreatorRoland Kibbee
Executive ProducerFrank Price
ProducerGene L. Coon
Associate ProducerGlen A. Larson  |  Mort Zarcoff
Music SupervisorStanley Wilson
HairstylistLarry Germain
Make-upBud Westmore
Set DecoratorJohn McCarthy, Jr.  |  James M. Walters Jr.
Director of PhotographyAndrew Jackson (2)
Art DirectorAlexander A. Mayer
Music ScoreRalph Burns
Film EditorRobert F. Shugrue
SoundMelvin M. Metcalfe, Sr.
Assistant DirectorKenny Williams (2)
Unit ManagerAbby Singer
Editorial SupervisorRichard Belding
CostumesBurton Miller
Color CoordinatorRobert Brower
Theme MusicDave Grusin
 
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