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Cain's Hundred: Blues for a Junkman

Singer Norma Sherman is released from prison after serving a two year term for narcotics possession. She tries to stay clean but soon reverts to her old habits.

Episode Info
Episode number: 1x21
Production Number: 6430
Airdate: Tuesday February 20th, 1962

Director: Robert Gist
Writer: Mel Goldberg


Special Guest Stars
Dorothy DandridgeDorothy Dandridge
As Norma Sherman

Guest Stars
Ivan DixonIvan Dixon
As Joe Sherman
Recurring
James CoburnJames Coburn
As Arthur Troy
Joe MantellJoe Mantell
As Maury Troy
Edward AsnerEdward Asner
As Dave Keller
Corinne ColeCorinne Cole
As Maureen
Edith LeslieEdith Leslie
As Matron
Larry BreitmanLarry Breitman
As Steve Jethro
Mittie LawrenceMittie Lawrence
As Ann Beckett
Sam GilmanSam Gilman
As Lt. Gilman
Thomas NelloThomas Nello
As Eddie
Main Cast
Peter Mark RichmanPeter Mark Richman
As Nicholas Cain
Episode Notes
This marks the only episode of the series where Cain kills someone personally.



Episode Quotes
Cain: (about the Mob) When these boys yell, "Mush", all the dogs pull their weight.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorPaul Monash
Executive ProducerPaul Monash
ProducerCharles Russell (1)
Associate ProducerArthur H. Singer
Director of PhotographyWilliam Spencer (1)
 
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