Cain's Hundred

Cain's Hundred

After the death of his fiancee, mob lawyer Nicholas Cain decides to switch sides and work for the government. Having compiled extensive data on one hundred top mobsters, Cain dedicates himself to bringing them to justice one by one. The series starred Peter Mark Richman as Cain and aired for one season on NBC in 1961-62.

Episode Info

Final: 1x30 -- The Quick Brown Fox (May/15/1962)

Ace crime reporter Pete Fleming, burdened by heavy gambling debts, sells out to the Mob.
Peter Mark RichmanPeter Mark Richman
As Nicholas Cain

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Creator: Paul Monash
Executive Producer: Paul Monash
Producer: Charles Russell (1)
Associate Producer: Arthur H. Singer
Music Supervisor: Harry V. Lojewski
Set Decorator: H. Web Arrowsmith, Henry Grace
Other: Franklin Milton, John D. Dunning
Director of Photography: William Spencer (1)
Art Director: George W. Davis

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Recurring Guests

Gavin MacLeod as Harry Deiner (3 eps)
Phillip Pine as Phil Krajac (2 eps)
Lou Krugman as Mike Kuttler (2 eps)
Gloria Talbott as Bobbie (2 eps)
Ivan Dixon as Joe Sherman (2 eps)
Penny Santon as Madame Berengeri (2 eps)
Philip Abbott as Lt. Cahurn (2 eps)
Harold Stone as Marty Emson (2 eps)
Robert Culp as Kurt Yoder (2 eps)
Robert Karnes as John Hurlie (2 eps)

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Network: NBC ( USA)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Crime, Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Airs: Tuesdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 19, 1961
Ended: September 11, 1962
• Lotta Senza Quartiere (Used In Italy)
• Yo Fui Criminal (Used In Spain)
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