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Mr. Lucky: A Business Measure

While a beautiful woman provides a distraction, smugglers attach a fake mine filled with gems to the Fortuna. A crewman spots them and the police are called in, but the smugglers capture Lucky and demand that he return the gems... or the next mine will be a real one.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x9
Airdate: Saturday December 19th, 1959

Director: Boris Sagal
Writer: Lester Pine

Guest Stars
Tom Brown (1)Tom Brown (1)
As Lieutenant Rovacs
Tom McKeeTom McKee
As Blake
Joe ScottJoe Scott
As Croupier
William Smith (1)William Smith (1)
As Second Crewman (Harry)
Robert NashRobert Nash
As Gambling Patron
Philip OberPhilip Ober
As Nigel
Suzanne LloydSuzanne Lloyd
As Sylvana
Robert BiceRobert Bice
As Sergeant
George RobothamGeorge Robotham
As Frogman
Main Cast
John VivyanJohn Vivyan
As Mr. Lucky


Two men and a frogman row out to the Fortuna towing a mine. The man in charge, Nigel, orders the frogman into the water. The frogman tows the mine to the side of the casino ship while Nigel uses a lantern to signal another ship...

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Episode Quotes
Lucky: Look, I'm in enough trouble already. The police are going to ask me where that stuff is.
Nigel: I'm afraid you won't be communicating with the police. Unless it's by seance.

Lucky: That's a cute little gadget, don't you think?
Andamo: Yeah, but you can only get one station on it. Trouble.

Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerGordon Oliver
ProducerJack Arnold
Associate ProducerJack McEdward
MusicHenry Mancini
Set DecoratorHenry Grace  |  H. Web Arrowsmith
Director of PhotographyPhilip H. Lathrop
Production SupervisorBlake Edwards
Art DirectorGeorge W. Davis  |  Philip Barber
Production ManagerTerence Nelson
Film EditorRussell F. Schoengarth
SoundFranklin Milton  |  Corson Jowett
Assistant DirectorJames Welch
Based On A Story ByMilton Holmes
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