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The Beachcomber

The Beachcomber

What does the man who has it all really want? To throw it all away and live the simple life on a South Pacific island! That's exactly what top executive John Lackland did in this series. Cameron MItchell starred as Lackland in this syndicated series with Don Megowan and Sebastian Cabot in supporting roles.
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Final: 1x39 -- Paradise Lost (Nov/13/1962)

A missionary is suspicious of the young amnesia victim who has fallen for his daughter.
Cameron Mitchell (1)
As John Lackland
Sebastian Cabot
As Commissioner Andrew Crippen
Don Megowan
As Captain Huckabee
Bill Hess (1)
As Alfy (recurring)
Edmund Mills
As Seaforth (recurring)
George Mitchell
As Reverend Snow (recurring)
Jerry Summers
As Tarmu (recurring)
Joan Staley
As Linda (recurring)

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Recurring Guests

Robert J. Wilke as Bill Winters (2 eps)
Alan Hale, Jr. as Pete Harbaugh (2 eps)
Ralph Clanton as Peter Noord (2 eps)
Raymond Guth as Ross (2 eps)
Arthur Batanides as Lah Ring (2 eps)
Frank Silvera as Juan Dominguez (2 eps)
Anne Helm as Diane Carter (2 eps)
Cesar Romero as Krasny (2 eps)
Frances Fong as Kina (2 eps)
Hal Baylor as Mike Baylor (2 eps)

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Warning: The Beachcomber guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Adventure
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: Syndicated ( USA)
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: February 20, 1962
Ended: November 13, 1962
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