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Cain's Hundred: Inside Track

A lobbyist in league with a mobster tries to prevent a bill to build a private horse racing track from passing the State Legislature.

Episode Info
Episode number: 1x26
Production Number: 6440
Airdate: Tuesday April 10th, 1962

Director: John Peyser
Writer: S.S. Schweitzer

Guest Stars
David JanssenDavid Janssen
As Dan Mullin
Bethel LeslieBethel Leslie
As Frances Olney
Lloyd BochnerLloyd Bochner
As William Hillier
Kent SmithKent Smith
As Charles Dennis
Robert F. SimonRobert F. Simon
As Leonard Yates
Bernard FeinBernard Fein
As Ben Kilrea
Dick WhittinghillDick Whittinghill
As John Telford
George KaneGeorge Kane
As George Crawford
Toni GerryToni Gerry
As Cora
Main Cast
Peter Mark RichmanPeter Mark Richman
As Nicholas Cain
Episode Notes
For one of the few times in his career, Lloyd Bochner plays an ethical character in this episode.

David Janssen would shortly thereafter be cast in his most famous role: that of Dr. Richard Kimble in The Fugitive.

Episode Quotes
Mullin: You had to but in, huh, Ben?
Kilrea: Oh, you were doin' so good.

Cain: (to Hillier) Mullin isn't going to be passing money around in broad daylight, you know. He isn't that crude.

Hillier: Hello, Dan. You been influencing any votes?
Mullin: I've been trying.

Kilrea: (to Mullin) We'll name a horse after you--Lover Boy.

Other Episode Crew

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