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Season 3

63 :03x01 - One Tiger to a Hill

Working on a fishing boat in Oregon, Tod gets into a violent feud with another fisherman over a woman.
Guest Stars: David Janssen as Karno | Signe Hasso as Anna Gustafson | Laura Devon as Toika

64 :03x02 - Journey to Nineveh

In rural Missouri, Tod and Buz pick up a hitchhiker on their way to go fishing. The man is reputed to be a big time jinx.
Guest Stars: Russell Horton as Jake | Virginia Rose as Woman Driver | John Durren as Charlie | John Davis Chandler as Frank | Edgar Buchanan as Abe | John Astin as Gas Attendant | Guy Raymond as Constable | Jenny Maxwell as Suzy Butler | Buster Keaton as Jonah Butler | Joe E. Brown as Sam Butler

65 :03x03 - Man Out of Time

Tod and Buz are in Chicago, Tod as a taxi driver, who picks up a former prohibition gangster, who thinks someone from his past is out to kill him.
Guest Stars: Ted Gunther as Sergeant | Harold Gary as Manny | John Hollander as Baggage Man | Glenda Farrell as Laverne | Bruce Gordon (1) as Jake | Frank McHugh as Sandy | Luther Adler as Harry Wender
Writer: Larry Marcus

66 :03x04 - Ever Ride the Waves in Oklahoma

Buz takes up surfing to challenge the local king of the beach in Huntington Beach, CA.
Guest Stars: Jeremy Slate as Hob Harrell | Dolores Michaels as Medrith | Tony Demarco as Waiter | James Westmoreland as Second Surfer | Ron Kipling as First Surfer | Bruce Watson as Jimmy Mills | Romney Tree as Debbie
Director: Robert Gist

67 :03x05 - Voice at the End of the Line

Working as a motel lifeguard in Chicago, Buz attempts to play matchmaker for his supervisor and a motel telephone operator.
Guest Stars: Michael Dana as Charlie | Pete Gumeny as Roy | Lou Gilbert as Mr. Morgenstern | Martha Greenhouse as Ruthie | Frank Campanella as Jack | Sorrell Booke as Sam Frazier
Writer: Larry Marcus

68 :03x06 - Lizard's Leg and Owlet's Wing

Horror legends Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney, Jr., and Peter Lorre portray themselves as they travel to a hotel in Chicago in order to find out if the old monsters can still scare a modern day audience.
Guest Stars: Betsy Jones-Moreland as Lila | Bill Berger as Mr. Stevenson | Sally Gracie as Beth | Jeannine Riley as Molly Cross | Conrad Nagel as Mr. Paris | Lon Chaney, Jr. as Himself | Peter Lorre as Himself | Boris Karloff as Himself | Martita Hunt as Mrs. Baxter | Ralph Stantley as Lt. Collins
Director: Robert Gist

69 :03x07 - Across Walnuts and Wine

Working in an Oregon paper mill, Tod and Buz rent a room from a dysfunctional family.
Guest Stars: Nina Foch as Autumn Ely | Betty Field as Maggie Carter | James Dunn as Van Carter | Robert Walker, Jr. as Michael Ely | Dick Theis as Waldo | Sindee Anne Richards as Corrine Carter

70 :03x08 - Welcome to the Wedding

Tod is kidnapped by a convicted murderer while waiting at a railroad station for a bridesmaid.
Guest Stars: Lorraine Rogers as Pretty Girl | Brandon Maggart as Groom | Penny Fuller as Bride | Barbara Davis as Emily | David Clarke (1) as Stanley | Edward Asner as Custody Officer Peers | Rod Steiger as Lezama
Director: George Sherman

71 :03x09 - Every Father's Daughter Must Weave Her Own

A girl is suffering from the same disease that killed her mother and an operation might not save her.
Guest Stars: Robert Drivas as Nick Rados | Jack Kruschen as John Rados | Madlyn Rhue as Ara Rados
Director: Richard L. Bare

72 :03x10 - Poor Little Kangaroo Rat

Tod and Buz go to work as shark hunters for a doctor doing research on the creature. But the doc's wife wants him to return to his regular practice.
Guest Stars: Leslie Nielsen as Doc Duncan | Joanne Linville as Helen Duncan | Maggie Pierce as Liz | Ron Howard as Chet Duncan
Director: Walter Grauman
Writer: Lester Pine

73 :03x11 - Hey Moth, Come Eat The Flame

In St. Louis, Tod and Buz get involved in the lives of a thiirteen year old boy and his alcoholic father.
Guest Stars: Duane Jones as Foreman | Marilyn Rogers as Girl | Jennifer Billingsley as Janie | Mickey Sholdar as Arnie Mullins | Mike Kellin as Hannibal | Harry Guardino as Muddy Mullins
Director: James Sheldon

74 :03x12 - Only by Cunning Glimpses

Tod and Buz decide to leave Cleveland because of the predictions of a nightclub mentalist about them which keep coming true.
Guest Stars: George L. Smith (1) as Lt. Cory | Lu Leonard as Madame Thornton | Dan Frazer as Drunk | Lois Smith as Brycie Koseloff | Theodore Bikel as Dr. Anton Koseloff
Director: Tom Gries

75 :03x13 - Where is Chick Lorrimer? Where Has She Gone?

Tod searches for a female bail jumper who conned him into letting her escape.
Guest Stars: John Marriott as Old Man | Stephen Brooks (1) as Ralph | Brenda Scott as Jeannie | Robert Emhardt as Jackson Harris | Frank Overton as Peter Graham | Martha Scott as Ruth O'Brien | Vera Miles as Ellen Barnes
Director: George Sherman
Writer: Larry Marcus

76 :03x14 - Give the Old Cat a Tender Mouse

Tod reunites with old love interest Vicky Russell in Memphis, Tn and discovers that she is getting married to someone else.
Guest Stars: Lou Criscuolo as Pogo Popkin | Dick Sabol as Motorcycle Policeman | Murray Matheson as John Bridenbraugh | Julie Newmar as Vicki Russell | Natalie Schafer as Emily Bridenbaugh | Robert Webber (1) as Frank Bridenbaugh
Director: Tom Gries

77 :03x15 - A Bunch of Lonely Pagliaccis

Tod is hired by a novelist and gets involved when the man's daughter murders her husband.
Guest Stars: Allen Bates as Gus | Ben Branch as Oliver | Carol Jean Peters as Marion | Laura Devon as Beth | James Leo Herlihy as Jimmy Russell | Mary Munday as Cora Parkes | Vivian Blaine as Dixie | Warren Stevens as Leslie Stone | Barry Sullivan as Warren Barr
Director: Tom Gries

78 :03x16 - You Can't Pick Cotton in Tahiti

Tod befriends a Hollywood songwriter in a small Tennessee town.
Guest Stars: William Bramlette as Skeeter | Pat Malone as Pappy French | Adrienne Marden as Mrs. Dupree | Richard Shannon as Mr. Dupree | Jena Engstrom as Elva | Richard Basehart as Julian Roebuck

79 :03x17 - A Gift for a Warrior

Tod and Buz pick up a young German seaman who has jumped ship in order to kill the man reputed to be his father.
Guest Stars: James Whitmore as Ralph Vincent | Carolyn Kearney as Norma | Lars Passegard as Eric | Don Diamond as Manuel | Tanigoshi as Japanese Worker | Dick Wilson (2) as Security Guard | Willy Kaufman as Ship's Cook | Hans Difflipp as Second Mate | Fletcher Allen as Truck Driver | Lyle Latell as Deputy
Story: Harlan Ellison | Teleplay: Larry Marcus

80 :03x18 - Suppose I Said I Was the Queen of Spain

Working in the Los Angeles oilfields, Tod thinks he's finally met the girl of his dreams but the dream soon turns into a nightmare.
Guest Stars: Lois Nettleton as Isabel | Robert Duvall as Lee Whitney | Suzanne Ried as Cashier | Dale Johnson (1) as Maitre D | Jerry Hausner as Auctioneer | CeCe Whitney as Waitress Ethel | Frederic Downs as Reverend Branton | Harvey Korman as Mr. Mills | Philip Abbott as Lieutenant Cook

81 :03x19 - Somehow It Gets to Be Tomorrow

On his way to Corpus Christi, TX Tod encounters two orphans who begin to see him as their father figure.
Guest Stars: G.K. Stubbs as Auctioneer | Dell Aldrich as Mrs. Conwell | Bill Southern as Mr. Conwell | Roger Mobley as Joby | Leslye Hunter as Susie | Martin Balsam as Corelli

82 :03x20 - Shall Forfeit His Dog and Ten Shillings to the King

Tod joins with a posse looking for a pair of killers.
Guest Stars: Barbara Shelley as Jeannie | Bern Bassey as Del Pasado | Gary Cockrell as Landers | John Anderson (1) as General Scranton | L.Q. Jones as Babe | Med Flory as Terry | Kathleen Crowley as Diana Kirk | Steve Cochran as Hank Saxon | James Brown (2) as Sheriff Haskell
Director: Tom Gries

83 :03x21 - In the Closing of a Trunk

A woman just released from prison after 27 years for killing her father is told by her uncle that Tod is her son.
Guest Stars: Jon Lormer as Man #2 | Harry Hickox as Man #1 | Guy Raymond as Artie | Don Dubbins as Mattie | Ruth Roman as Alma Hawkes | Ed Begley as Kyle Hawkes
Director: Ralph Senensky

84 :03x22 - The Cage Around Maria

Tod becomes involved with a woman who believes that her stepfather is trying to kill her wealthy mother.
Guest Stars: John Goyen as Desk Sergeant | Moultrie Patten as Attorney | Charles Brown as Policeman | Peter Brocco as Dr. Burton | Beatrice Straight as Elena De Amundo | Mario Alcaide as Juan De Amundo | Elizabeth Ashley as Maria
Director: George Sherman

85 :03x23 - Fifty Miles From Home

Tod meets a man named Lincoln Case, a Green Beret who has returned home from Vietnam, and becomes Tod's new traveling companion.
Guest Stars: Susan Oliver (1) as Willow | Robert Emhardt as Mr. Beale | Linda Watkins as Mrs. Case | Berkeley Harris as Robbie Beale
Director: James Sheldon

86 :03x24 - Narcissus on an Old Red Fire Engine

In Galveston, Linc meets a kooky chick in a bar and is wowed by her.
Guest Stars: Nick Dimitri as Nick | James O'Hara as Bill Caldwell | Warren J. Kemmerling as Chief of Police | Pat Renella as Paul | Phyllis Hill as Mrs. Nickerson | Alan Hale, Jr. as Mr. Nickerson | Anne Helm as Janie
Director: Ralph Senensky

87 :03x25 - The Cruelest Sea of All

Tod and Linc are working at Florida's Wikkee Watchee theme park, where Tod meets a young lady who claims to be a real mermaid.
Guest Stars: Peggy Workinger as Woman Clerk | Jack Stamberger as Paul Stace | Paula Stewart as Anne Bradley | Edward Binns as Donald McTaggert | Diane Baker as Elissa
Director: James Sheldon

88 :03x26 - Peace, Pity, Pardon

Tod and Linc get involved in helping two Cuban refugee brothers get their niece out of Cuba.
Guest Stars: Charles Gonzalez as Julio | Jose Duval as Boat Captain | Linda Bruhl as Carlotta | Coco Ramirez as Teacher | Bibi Osterwald as Mrs. Fogelsong | Victor Janquera as Ramos | Michael Tolan as Largo | Alejandro Rey as Quiepo

89 :03x27 - What a Shining Young Man Was Our Gallant Lieutenant

Tod and Linc visit Linc's former commanding officer from Vietnam who, because of a combat injury to the head, has the mentality of an eight-year-old.
Guest Stars: Carole Ann Lewis as Barmaid | Dianna Ramey as Beth | Arnold Soboloff as Dock Foreman | James Olson as Thad School | John Litel as Mr. School | Jane Rose as Mrs. School | Dick York as Lieutenant School | James Brown (2) as Paul School
Director: James Goldstone

90 :03x28 - But What Do You Do in March

Two rich gals who have always been competitors make full use of Tod and Linc by entering them in a power boat race.
Guest Stars: Stephanie Leonard as Little Girl #2 | Michelle Leonard as Little Girl #1 | Chuck Bruce as Lifeguard | Carmen Lombardo as Himself | Guy Lombardo as Himself | Alex Cord as Raymond | Sammy Shore as Bix | Paul Reed as Husband | Kay Medford as Woman | Susan Kohner as Midge Pierrepont | Janice Rule as Sidney Brooks

91 :03x29 - Who Will Cheer My Bonnie Bride

While walking to a gas station to get fuel for Tod's Corvette, Linc is kidnapped by two men on their way to a wedding.
Guest Stars: Dan Morgan as Bellhop | Carol Shands as Lucy Joy | Chuck Ross as Motel Manager | Joe Young as Eubanks Sheriff | Dick Theis as Deputy Keefer | George Mathews as Mr. Ginley | Marilyn Lovell as Motel Cashier | Chris Gampel as Sheriff Lemoine | Albert Salmi as Charley | Rip Torn as Alvah Clayborne | Gene Hackman as Motorist
Director: James Goldstone

92 :03x30 - Shadows of an Afternoon

Linc is falsely accused of injuring a dog in the neighborhood where he is working.
Guest Stars: Richard Mulligan as County Prosecutor | Cliff Pellow as 2nd Deputy | Diane Higgins as Rachel | Valerie Trill as Carla | Francie Meyers as Kimberly Jo | Richard Hamilton (1) as Walt Miller | Philip Bruns as Carl | Roy Fant as Mr. Bell | Cliff Hall as Judge Benton | Dorothy Sands as Mrs. Malcomb | Nydia Westman as Mrs. Lemay | Michael Conrad as Deputy Sam Harris | Kathryn Hays as Judith Kane | Ralph Meeker as Parker Smith | Miriam Hopkins as Mrs. Bowers
Director: James Sheldon

93 :03x31 - Soda Pop and Paper Flags

Tod and Linc come to the aid of a transient hobo who's accused of bringing a sleeping virus to a small Missouri town.
Guest Stars: Joseph Campanella as Whit Spencer | Chester Morris as Emmett McNeill | Tom Bosley as Jim Horst | Clifton James as George Simmons | Frank Overton as Andy Ferguson | Marco St. John as Johnnie Simmons | Alan Alda as Dr. Glazer | Tommy Norden as Pete Ferguson | Bruce Glover as Truck Driver | John Bartley Messenger as Don Simmons
Director: Fred H. Jackman
Warning: Route 66 (1960) guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Adventure
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: CBS ( USA)
Airs: Fridays at 08:30 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: October 07, 1960
Ended: September 18, 1964
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