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Search: The Adonis File

A talk-show host, Mark Elliott, runs for the U.S. Senate but his secretary/mistress disappears, possibly kidnapped. World Securities sends Lockwood in to investigate and the trail leads to the mysterious Thomas Payne Foundation.

Episode Info


Episode number: 1x9
Production Number: 166-120
Airdate: Wednesday November 15th, 1972

Director: Joseph Pevney
Writer: Jack Turley


Starring Roles
Hugh OHugh O'Brian
As Hugh Lockwood
Recurring

Guest Stars
Bill BixbyBill Bixby
As Mark Elliott
Brenda BenetBrenda Benet
As Carol Lesko
Deanna LundDeanna Lund
As Linda Harte
G.D. SpradlinG.D. Spradlin
As Stephen Ackerman
Victoria GeorgeVictoria George
As Anna Delaware
Philip BourneufPhilip Bourneuf
As Mr. Kinser
Robert CarsonRobert Carson
As Mr. Hartley
John WarburtonJohn Warburton
As Mr. Thomas
Peggy Walton-WalkerPeggy Walton-Walker
As Sandra Elliott
Jim Goodwin (1)Jim Goodwin (1)
As Hotel Clerk
Byron BradleyByron Bradley
As Studio Guard
Roy JensonRoy Jenson
As Spencer

Co-Guest Stars
Tony De CostaTony De Costa
As Ramos, Probe Control
Recurring
Byron ChungByron Chung
As Kuroda, Probe Control
Recurring
Ginny GoldenGinny Golden
As Keach, Probe Control
Recurring
Albert PopwellAlbert Popwell
As Arnold Griffin, Probe Control
Recurring
Episode Notes
Bill Bixby co-stars with, and his character has a romantic relationship with, Brenda Benet as Carol Lesko. This was common in a lot of 70s shows that Bixby appeared in, since Bixby and Benet were married at the time.



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