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Route 66: Sleep on Four Pillows

Tod and Buz encounter a bored poor little rich girl from Hollywood who attempts to spice up her life by pretending to be the target of mobster kidnappers. Her concerned parents have hired a private detective agency in an attempt to track the girl down. With our heroes and the gumshoes each believing the others to be the bad guys, hilarity is sure to ensure in this example of lighter fare from Route 66's first season.


Episode Info


Episode number: 1x18
Production Number: 18
Airdate: Friday February 24th, 1961

Director: Ted Post
Writer: Stirling Silliphant


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Guest Stars
Patricia McCormackPatricia McCormack
As Jan
Recurring
Frank KreigFrank Kreig
As Character
Gene BentonGene Benton
As Professor
John BeradinoJohn Beradino
As Police Lieutenant
Justin OJustin O'brien
As First Waiting Man
Paul ShivelyPaul Shively
As Second Waiting Man
Penny SantonPenny Santon
As Stella
Ralph NeffRalph Neff
As Guard
Main Cast
Martin MilnerMartin Milner
As Tod Stiles
George MaharisGeorge Maharis
As Buz Murdock
Episode Notes
Filmed in Hollywood, California (January 24-February 1, 1961).



Episode Quotes
The head of a buffoonish detective agency laments on his fumbling underlings and television’s influence on his profession.

Baer: Too much television – that’s what’s done it. You men are seeing too many flamboyant examples of private detection . . . all this hard-guy stuff, this violence you see on TV about private eyes – pure fiction, a rank canard. Brains, charm – that’s the ticket.”





Warning: Route 66 season 1 episode 18 guide may contain spoilers
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