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Bat Masterson: The Elusive Baguette

Bat is hired as a bodyguard to a San Francisco woman and her prized diamond, but becomes the prime suspect when the gem disappears.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x34
Airdate: Thursday June 02nd, 1960

Guest Stars
Leslie ParrishLeslie Parrish
As Lucy Carter
Allison HayesAllison Hayes
As Ellie Winters
Don Kelly (1)Don Kelly (1)
As Reed Morgan (as Don O'Kelly)
Frank WarrenFrank Warren
As Sheriff Simpson
Ralph GaryRalph Gary
As Riverboat Captain
Stanley FarrarStanley Farrar
As Mr. Stacy

Duke FishmanDuke Fishman
As Boat Crew Member
Main Cast
Gene BarryGene Barry
As William Barclay 'Bat' Masterson
Bill BaldwinBill Baldwin
voiced Narrator
Episode Quotes
Bat: I admire cleanliness, but, uh, not in a wallet.

Bat: Why, this must be worth a fortune.
Lucy Carter: Well, I don't know what you consider a fortune, Mr. Masterson, but that diamond necklace is insured for over $150,000.
Bat: That's my idea of a fortune.

Bat: You know, you amaze me. After what happened, I'd think you'd never want to see me again.
Lucy Carter: Well, diamonds are a lot easier to replace than friends.

Bat: No hurry, boys. Mr. Morgan was a silent partner--he's very silent now.

Bat: I'll correct you about one thing. Diamonds might be a lot easier to replace than friends, but they're a lot more reliable than some friends I know.

Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerFrederick W. Ziv
ProducerFrank Pittman  |  Andy White
Music EditorGerald Roberts
Make-upGeorge Gray (2)  |  William Woods
Set DecoratorFrank Wade
Director of PhotographyMonroe P. Askins
Art DirectorFrank Hotaling
Production ManagerJoe Wonder
Sound EditorJames Fritch
Based On The Works OfRichard O'Connor
Main Title ThemeHavens Wray  |  Bart Corwin
Film EditorRichard L. Van Enger
WardrobeEdward Armand  |  Shirley Page
Assistant DirectorHal Klein
Audio SupervisorAl Lincoln
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