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Season 1

1 :01x01 - Crime and Commitment (1)

In this series opener, mob lawyer Nicholas Cain runs afoul of Mob boss George Vincent who orders a hit on the attorney.
Guest Stars: Martin Gabel as George Vincent | Carol Eve Rossen as Stella Caulfield | Phillip Pine as Phil Krajac | John Beradino as Al Krajac | Gavin MacLeod as Harry Deiner | Gloria Talbott as Bobbie | Bruce Dern as Larry Krajac | Ted de Corsia as Chris Narleski | Philip Ober as Herman Hausner | Bern Hoffman as Lester Cook | Robert Karnes as John Hurlie | Lou Krugman as Mike Kuttler | Catherine McLeod as Grace | Judson Pratt as Leonard Meade
Director: Boris Sagal
Story: David Karp | Teleplay: Paul Monash, David Karp

2 :01x02 - Crime and Commitment (2)

After his fiancee is killed by a Mob assassination attempt meant for him, attorney Nicholas Cain decides to work with the government to bring down top mobster George Vincent.
Guest Stars: Martin Gabel as George Vincent | Phillip Pine as Phil Krajac | Gloria Talbott as Bobbie | Gavin MacLeod as Harry Deiner | Philip Ober as Herman Hausner | Ted de Corsia as Chris Narleski | Bern Hoffman as Lester Cook | Henry Beckman as Sgt. Kaline | Judson Pratt as Leonard Meade | Robert Karnes as John Herlie | K.L. Smith as Krajac's Hood | Noah Keen as Sidney Shallet | Barry Russo as Hood | Joseph Ruskin as Hirsch | Lou Krugman as Mike Kuttler | Catherine McLeod as Grace
Director: Boris Sagal
Story: David Karp | Teleplay: Paul Monash, David Karp

3 :01x03 - Blue Water, White Beach

To cover up an accident at his distillery, bootlegger Ed Hoagley has the victim made to look like the victim of a hit-and-run accident. The ruse works until Cain arrives on the scene and identifies the victim as one of Hoagley's men.
Guest Stars: Patricia Medina as Jenny Stapleton | Carl Benton Reid as John Stapleton | Lawrence Dobkin as Dale Statesman | Tom Begley as John Walker | Jeff Goodman as Receptionist | Richard LePore as Albert Chase | Jack Reitzen as Clarey Valdosta | John Bryant as Ronnie | Kevin Hagen as Charlie Chinn | Robert Carricart as Bruno Keller | Bernard Kates as Shepple | Jan Merlin as Weaver | Ed Begley as Ed Hoagley
Director: John Peyser

4 :01x04 - Markdown on a Man

Cain's next target: Lennie Bircher who controls the produce district of a large city.
Guest Stars: Noam Pitlik as Edwards | Adrienne Marden as Miss Gregory | Harold Gould as Bookkeeper | George Mitchell as Dave Michaels | Ivan Dixon as Willie Williams | Eduardo Ciannelli as Vincent Orlatti | Phyllis Love as Cele Orlatti | Michael Constantine as Herbert Styron | John McGiver as Lennie Bircher
Writer: Eliot Asinof

5 :01x05 - Degrees of Guilt

Cain hopes that a drug-addicted prostitute can help him bring down mobster Frank Andreotis.
Guest Stars: Patricia Crest as Lorraine | Eve McVeagh as Bunny | Janet Lake as Donna Andreotis | David Brian as Frank Andreotis
Director: Irvin Kershner
Writer: Paul Monash

6 :01x06 - King of the Mountain

Cain arrives in a small but wide open county in the Southwest to bring down Herman Coombs, the man who runs the show. But it's going to be easier said than done because Coombs has the town's police force in his hip pocket.
Guest Stars: Paul Birch as Sheriff Phil Rainey | Joby Baker as Larry Delby | Jan Shepard as Karen | John Cliff as Sgt. Burdick | Milton Selzer as Lou Metzger | Barbara Baxley as Clara Coombs | Robert Duvall as Tom Nugent | Edward Andrews as Herman Coombs
Director: Sydney Pollack

7 :01x07 - The Penitent

Narcotics kingpin Louis Strode appears to have gotten out of the business after the drug overdose of his son but Cain has his doubts and searches for evidence with which to get Strode indicted.
Guest Stars: Herschel Bernardi as Lou Strode | Mercedes Shirley as Katherine Strode | Will Kuluva as Benny Barber | Philip Abbott as Lt. Cahurn | Leo Penn as Larry Kramin | John Damler as guest star | Stuart Nisbet as guest star | Al Ruscio as Mobster | Ted Knight as Agent Bone | Donna Douglas as Prostitute in Nightclub | Dabbs Greer as Willie Beal | Joe Turkel as Pusher in NIghtclub | Paul Lambert as Al Costain | Philip Bourneuf as Gil Axley
Director: Buzz Kulik

8 :01x08 - Comeback

Cain's newest target is corrupt boxing czar Tom Larch but he has a hard time finding witnesses willing to testify against the man.
Guest Stars: Clifton James as Tom Larch | Paul Carr as Eddie Novack | Arch Johnson as Al Heldon | Bernie Hamilton as Willie Carter | Caren Lenay as Amy Novack | J. Pat O'Malley as Joe Stuhler | Norman Alden as Fred Jackson | Carmen Phillips as Brunette | Jeannie Carson as Blonde

9 :01x09 - Dead Load

Dock workers Wilt Farrell and Hank Conrad are lifelong friends but they move in different directions when Cain begins an investigation of waterfront corruption.
Guest Stars: Charles Bronson as Hank Conrad | Jack Lord (1) as Wilt Farrell | Harold Stone as Dave Braddock | Jacqueline Scott as Helen Conrad | Mary Munday as Irma Farrell | Bart Burns as Larry | Jack Perkins as Bill | Jimmy Casino (1) as Ernie | Alan Dexter as Agent Williams | Nesdon Booth as Marty | Howard Caine as Tony Arnelo | Allen Jaffe as Eddie | Robert J. Stevenson as Tommy Jackson
Director: Tom Gries

10 :01x10 - In the Balance

An examination of mobster Frank Neehan's records turns up the name Phillip Hallson--a federal judge to whom Neehan's case is suddenly transferred.
Guest Stars: Alexander Scourby as Phillip Hallson | Ray Walston as Manny Sterns | Myron McCormick as Cy Faring | David Lewis (3) as Martin Allard | Amy Fields as Miss Serrano | Carole Eastman as Ann Rugoff | Anne Seymour as Viola Ashlow | James Flavin as Arnie Kellwin | Leonard Bell as Medalie | Mary Sinclair as Mrs. Hallson | Jack Kruschen as Ziegler | Telly Savalas as Frank Neehan
Director: John Peyser

11 :01x11 - Five for One

Karl Biggers goes to a crime syndicate with an idea of concealing gold in jewelry and smuggling it across the border into Mexico. The syndicate likes his idea and cuts Biggers into the operation--but they kill his partner.
Guest Stars: Jim Backus as Karl Biggers | Joanna Barnes as Carol Tredman | Robert Ellenstein as James Condon/Ed Brady | Dee J. Thompson as Maggie Thompson | Jerry Paris as Harry White | Joe Dominguez as Paco | Ron Soble as Charlie | Maura McGiveney as Secretary | Ian Wolfe as Pop Parkson | Robert Osterloh as Captain Frank Leslie | Ludwig Donath as Saltzman |
Uncredited: Robert Bice as Border Patrol Agent
Director: Charles Haas

12 :01x12 - The Fixer

Cain tries to prevent a crooked sheriff from turning his entire county over to a crime syndicate to use as their base of operations.
Guest Stars: Pat Hingle as Sheriff Sam Cortner | Cloris Leachman as Kate Cortner | Henry Silva as Ray Riley | DeForest Kelley as Deputy Bob Tully | Roger Mobley as Cord Cortner | Don Hanmer as George Dedmon | Arthur Hanson as Al Prentiss | Berkeley Harris as Deputy John Lincoln
Director: Sydney Pollack

13 :01x13 - Cain's Final Judgement

Cain moves to expose a trucking czar who's in league with the Mob but once again discovers that potential witnesses are unwilling to talk.
Guest Stars: Sam Jaffe as Louis Specter | Paul Stewart (1) as Alexander Marish | Evans Evans as Lynne Roberts | Michael Dante as Danny Specter | Alex Gerry as Oscar Perrin | John Alvin as Norman Reno | Norman Fell as Frank Driscoll | Herman Rudin as Charlie Larson | Herbert Rudley as Howard Arneg | Frank Maxwell as Walter Trenson
Director: John Peyser
Writer: Mel Goldberg

14 :01x14 - The Plush Jungle

Racketeers plot to takeover a transportation firm and use it for their smuggling operations.
Guest Stars: John Larch as Ben Riker | Larry Gates as Zales Yoder | Vaughn Taylor as Harry Marstow | Ed Prentiss as Herbert Naywood | Kathryn Givney as Mrs. Yoder | Sheila Bromley as Helen Marstow | Robert Culp as Kurt Yoder | Byron Morrow as Meyer | Tyler McVey as Eaton | Laurence Haddon as Hood #2 | Raymond Greenleaf as Ferguson | Richard Karlan as Wellman | Gene Roth as Mobster | Dan Seymour as Milano | Harry Dean Stanton as Hood #1
Director: Alvin Ganzer

15 :01x15 - Take a Number

Cain tries to persuade a bookkeeper to provide evidence against a numbers boss.
Guest Stars: Frank McHugh as Wilbur Morton | Martin Balsam as Jack Garsell | Alex Cord as Larry Rome | Ross Elliott as Lt. Spencer | Troy Melton as Zack | Henry Wills as Henny | Harlan Warde as Jerome Van | Sandy Kenyon as Waldo | Shirley Ballard as Jenny

16 :01x16 - The Debasers

Public relations man Phillip Collerane sets out to smear Cain because the attorney got his biggest client, pornographer Milt Bonner, indicted.
Guest Stars: Robert Vaughn as Phillip Collerane | Neville Brand as Milt Bonner | Marsha Hunt as Gloria Bonner | Marion Ross as Laura Harding | Fred Beir as George Harding | John Marley as Marcus | Bartlett Robinson as Foster Fallon | Ann Carroll (1) as Jean Gilbert | Susan Hart as Mrs. Collerane
Director: John Peyser

17 :01x17 - The Schemer

While visiting an old chum who's now district attorney of a rural county, Cain gets roped into defending a mobster on an assault charge. But it turns out that things were not quite as they seem on the night of the assault.
Guest Stars: Richard Kiley as Doug Crawford | Paul Richards as Bill Norman | Bert Freed as Dave Reed | Carolyn Kearney as Ann Burgess | Ford Rainey as Captain Amherst | Jean Taylor as Nancy | Don Beddoe as Burgess | Jack Hogan as Grand
Director: Robert Gist

18 :01x18 - The Manipulator

Cain suspects there's a link between a crime syndicate and a neo-Nazi hatemonger.
Guest Stars: Fritz Weaver as Martin Weir | George Voskovec as Willy Brauer | Sidney Blackmer as Joseph Callan | Jacques Aubuchon as Raymond Cruz | Arlene Martel as Anna Vargaray | Karl Held as David Brauer | Charles Aidman as Mike Ballantine | H.M. Wynant as Joe Anneau |
Uncredited: Gene Coogan as Hot Dog Vendor | John Davis Chandler as Weir's Hood
Director: John Peyser

19 :01x19 - Marked by Proxy

The man Cain believes is responsible for a murder has an ironclad alibi--he was locked up in jail.
Guest Stars: Charles McGraw as Earl Clegg | Fay Spain as Enid Lazzo | Regis Toomey as Judge Otto | Noah Keen as John Bernard | Lee Farr as Harvey Dakes | Leonard Nimoy as Ralph Tomek | Juanita Moore as Beatrice George | Pamela Duncan as Frances | David McMahon (1) as Court Clerk | Gerald Hiken as Vic Fell | Oliver McGowan as Preston Luther

20 :01x20 - Blood Money

Cain smells something rotten when he discovers that a big-time gambling boss is backing a reform candidate in an election for district attorney.
Guest Stars: Ed Begley as Tully Johnson | Everett Sloane as Sam Palmer | Larry Blyden as Jay Adams | Don Rickles as Dave Malloy | Jean Allison as Eve Forbes | Milton Selzer as George Forbes | Kathie Browne as Connie Agnew

21 :01x21 - Blues for a Junkman

Singer Norma Sherman is released from prison after serving a two year term for narcotics possession. She tries to stay clean but soon reverts to her old habits.
Special Guest Stars: Dorothy Dandridge as Norma Sherman |
Guest Stars: James Coburn as Arthur Troy | Joe Mantell as Maury Troy | Edward Asner as Dave Keller | Larry Breitman as Steve Jethro | Corinne Cole as Maureen | Edith Leslie as Matron | Thomas Nello as Eddie | Ivan Dixon as Joe Sherman | Mittie Lawrence as Ann Beckett | Sam Gilman as Lt. Gilman
Director: Robert Gist
Writer: Mel Goldberg

22 :01x22 - The New Order

Released from prison after a ten year stint, former loan shark Walter Hayes expects the syndicate to give him back his former territory. He finds out that things have changed. There's a new breed of mobsters who are running things and they have no place for him.
Guest Stars: Simon Oakland as Walter Hayes | Chris Robinson (1) as Jack Hayes | Anne Helm as Rita Vulner | Lin McCarthy as Peter Long | Jack Ging as Steve Strohm | Jesse White as Rudy | Dodie Drake as Secretary | Gene Benton as Chris | Johnny Deerfield as Ziggy Marks | Norman Grabowski as Milt Grey | Harry Swoger as Vulner
Director: Tom Gries

23 :01x23 - The Cost of Living

Cain's newest target is crooked bail bondsman Arnie Groat who set a man up to be murdered for syndicate bigwig Howard Judlow.
Guest Stars: Penny Santon as Rose Groat | Ned Glass as guest star | Susan Oliver (1) as Kitty | David White (1) as Howard Judlow | Walter Slezak as Arnie Groat | John Anderson (1) as Ken Drake | Ed Nelson as Pete Stull
Director: John Peyser

24 :01x24 - Savage in Darkness

Mob boss Harry Remick plots revenge on the trucking firm owner who years before injured his optic nerve and stole his galpal. The injury is slowly causing Remick to go blind.
Guest Stars: Eugene Iglesias as Pete Garcia | Gene Coogan as Jack | Denver Pyle as Captain Amos Trask | Terry Becker as Julius Lenke | Barbara Eden as Terri Emson | Telly Savalas as Harry Remick | Harold Stone as Marty Emson
Director: John Peyser

25 :01x25 - The Swinger

Hank Shannon, a nightclub entertainer with Mob connections, is an old pal of Cain. He agrees to provide Cain with information about a Mob conference being held at the Las Vegas home of burned out mobster Marcus Jackson but Shannon might need Jackson's help to emerge with his hide in one piece.
Guest Stars: Robert Culp as Hank Shannon | Bruce Gordon (1) as Marcus Jackson | Zina Bethune as Lucinda Jackson | George MacReady as James Harrison | Sammy Davis, Jr. as Himself | Jersey Joe Walcott as Big Joe
Director: Tom Gries
Writer: Robert Culp

26 :01x26 - 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.
Guest Stars: David Janssen as Dan Mullin | Bethel Leslie as Frances Olney | Lloyd Bochner as William Hillier | Kent Smith as Charles Dennis | Robert F. Simon as Leonard Yates | Bernard Fein as Ben Kilrea | George Kane as George Crawford | Dick Whittinghill as John Telford | Toni Gerry as Cora
Director: John Peyser

27 :01x27 - A Creature Lurks in Ambush

A son rejects the dying wish of his gambling czar father but his uncle won't let things go and gets him involved in a scheme to fix a basketball game.
Guest Stars: Leo Needham as Ritter | James Gavin as Coach | Stanley Clements as Bellboy | Fredd Wayne as Marty | Ted de Corsia as Big Ed Pavanne | Robert Blake as Rick Carter | Keir Dullea as Alec Benson | Ricardo Montalban as Vincent Pavanne
Director: Tom Gries

28 :01x28 - Woman of Silure

From his home of exile in Corsica, deported mobster Mike Colonni makes an attempt to re-enter the country.
Guest Stars: Jacquelyn Ravell as Nina | Michael Enserro as Mouche | Carl Milletaire as Police Chief Mondial | Zolya Talma as Madame Debruille | Raoul De Leon as Fante | Penny Santon as Madame Berengeri | Gavin MacLeod as Jean Douvain | Perry Lopez as Nico Berengeri | Jack Klugman as Mike Colonni | Madlyn Rhue as Margarita Safe
Director: John Peyser

29 :01x29 - The Left Side of Canada

Police suspect a businessman of involvement in several murders.
Guest Stars: Ted Knight as Detective | Bruce Dern as Eddie Light | Doug Lambert as Johnny Douglas | Geraldine Brooks as Joanne Douglas | Philip Abbott as Howard Douglas | Beverly Garland as Jeanette | Harry Guardino as John Maychin
Director: Robert Altman

30 :01x30 - The Quick Brown Fox

Ace crime reporter Pete Fleming, burdened by heavy gambling debts, sells out to the Mob.
Guest Stars: Alex Nicol as Pete Fleming | Pat Crowley as Holly Baker | Edward Binns as Captain Lemoyne | Anthony Caruso as Falco | Hugh Sanders as Roger Hove | Majel Barrett as Grace Newberg
Director: John Peyser
Warning: Cain's Hundred guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Crime | Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Tuesdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 19, 1961
Ended: September 11, 1962
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