Run For Your Life
Starring Ben Gazzara



Episode:
The Girl Next Door Is A Spy

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Synopsis: When Paul  spots his childhood sweetheart on the street in Berlin, she seeks his support, but US agents appeal to Paul.s patriotism to find out her secret. With Diana Hyland as Eileen Henderson, Macdonald Carey as Mike Allen, Britt Semand as Anna, Robert Knapp as Riessler, Walter Friedel as the Interrogator, Walter Janovitz as the Chemist, Maya Van Horn as the Drug Store Proprietress - CAST PHOTOS AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE
Episode 2
First broadcast on September 20, 1965
Teleplay by Luther Davis
& John Thomas James (Roy Huggins)
Story by John Thomas James (Roy Huggins)
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson

PAUL BRYAN'S JOURNAL
From the diary about this episode:

Paris
Wednesday, May 12

After checking into The Ritz, I went across the street to Chanel, and bought a few little presents for Kate.
Pete swaggered into the Ritz bar with an attaché case, looking like the lawyer he never became as well as the man who picked up a first-place trophy in Sweden the previous weekend, his perpetual grin twice as wide as usual.
Full of jokes, he took out some papers, and said pointedly that, of course, his lawyer would have to look over all this, then handed me the documents setting out the details of a racing partnership. He saw me glance at the top line describing the investment required, and asked if I had that to spend for the first year covered by the agreement.  I started mentally subtracting what I thought I needed to live on from my net worth, and nodded - filled simultaneously with a terrible sinking sensation of being wiped out financially along with an exhilarating thrill of being part of something so exciting.
It would mean immediately selling my share in the firm, my San Francisco house, and probably the plane and yacht too.
Pete then handed me another envelope of maps and charts to study, and told me we were going rallying tomorrow, and that I would be his navigator. I told him about June's offer, and he suggested that we go over to her apartment.
He greeted the manager and introduced me, but went in with his own key to show me around. There were several doors off the main room, and he pointed to one, saying that might suit me. It was a complete suite with lots of room to store things, and a separate entrance to the hall of the building. I could see the practicality of it immediately - especially the privacy angle.
We went back down, and the manager gave me a set of keys, and said that they would be glad to keep mail and forward messages for me. I then went back to the Ritz to study the material for tomorrow's race, but kept looking again and again at Pete's team proposal.
Had intended a brief nap, but was still asleep when he rang at 8, saying I should meet him downstairs. Along with his date Sibyline - who handles public relations for a tire company -  was her delightful friend Monique who charmed me with her developing English. With the race the next morning, we made it an early night, and I was happy to think that I already had two friends in Paris.

Paris
Thursday, May 13

Woke early, and decided to move my things over to MY PARIS APARTMENT. Kept repeating the phrase in my mind, and it gave me a real sense of happiness, entering my own door with my own key.
Went back to the Ritz to wait for Pete who showed up promptly at nine in his rally car. On the way to Rouen, he quizzed me up on the maps and material from yesterday, and offered more instruction about navigating. This race was just for fun, and would be a good opportunity to see how we gelled together in a car.
I'd navigated for Pete years ago, when we were in college, but that bore no resemblance to the way he took curves and manipulated the gear box today. It was terrifying at times, but he kept assuring me that he was taking it easy. The fact that we came in 20th even though he was the best driver there rather proved his statement.
Since we're off to Berlin tomorrow morning to test his car for the AVUS race, we only stayed a while at the post-racing festivities, and drove back around 8, not yet having had a chance to talk about  how I performed.
Know that I have to really think long and hard about whether I want to get involved racing inside of the car - or whether I could ever be good enough. Pete said little on the way back, then when he left me off at the apartment, gave that extra-broad grin and told me that I'd actually done brilliantly.
Feeling on top of the world - a little more certain about the racing, and very happy to have a home once more, never having dreamed I could feel so content ever again.

Berlin
Friday, May 14

We got an early-morning flight, and checked into the Kempinski. This city has the tingle of being an island in a Soviet sea, with a resulting sense of intrigue and danger. But all that went out of my head when we went to the AVUS to have a look at the car Pete will drive here on Sunday.
As I watched him handle the Mastin, I saw what made him such a top racer, and got a kind of cocky sense of pride that he was not just my friend, but also my client - and maybe shortly, his team partner.
After a few circuits, he got out of the car, and asked if I'd like to take a spin. I suggested that one might want a couple months' training, but he gave me a few tips, saying that I'd shown good reflexes with the rally vehicle yesterday, and should be able to handle this machine.
I was hooked for life. Of course, I drove timidly - and badly, barely controlling the car even though I only drove in a straight line most of the way. But still, I felt that with some tutelage along with  feeling and understanding for the machine, driving a race car might be something I could aspire to ….. though I noticed my hand visibly shaking when I got out. And I even felt hesitant to do that, my legs like jelly.
Pointing out that my participation in a car like that one would probably never be more than financial, Pete finally asked what my lawyer thought of the business proposal.  “He approves,” I told him, and felt like I'd just bought the Brooklyn Bridge.
Stayed on and watched Pete drive, and stood looking over his shoulder in the garage, trying to soak up as much as I could. At lunch Pete spent most of his time writing up notes, then turned to me and asked if I'd be able to join him in Italy on the 12th and 13th  for the testing in Trieste he'd mentioned in Monaco.
It is really going to happen!
Knowing  he'll be in deep discussion with the team the rest of the day, and not wanting to be in the way any more than I'd already been, I decided to come back to the hotel, and then explore Berlin a little.

Later

And if this hadn't already been one of the red-letter days of my life, there - just walking down the sidewalk - I saw the girl I'd been in love with for 15 years.  It was Eileen Hunsley!
But this woman - who was surely Eileen's double - and spoke English too - completely denied knowing me.

Berlin
Saturday - Sunday, May 15 - 16

Yesterday, I felt sure that driving a Mastin race car was the most incredible thing that could happen to me in Berlin, but the events which have unfolded subsequently have been surreal.
My dear, sweet, darling and ever-beloved Eileen rang late at night, and for some strange reason, seemed uncertain that it was I on the phone. Found out more - but not very much more - about why she was acting so strangely as the night unfolded.
Her husband had died recently, but I couldn't tell whether or not she felt bereaved, the way she spoke about him. I'd met George Henderson briefly about five years ago at a wedding in Almeria, and he'd seemed quite odd - so unsuitable for the fit-for-any-society girl Eileen had always been.
But now she was so changed ….. so haunted and in pain. The closeness I'd always felt to her was somehow magnified into a kindred bond as we both carried an awful burden which we couldn't share.
But when we danced, the clouds of today seemed to disappear, and I was the Stanford undergraduate interrupting my education to fight for my country, so sure I'd be back soon to marry my childhood sweetheart. Maybe her going away to Europe, and virtually disappearing for years was the reason why I never did settle down with anyone else until Kate came along.
Eileen seemed to be genuinely going through some bizarre kind of nightmare, and told me, “the girl next door is a spy,” then denied it, but declared that her husband had been an agent and a killer.
After going to a nightclub she took me to a garden - her secret place - and pointed out swans that lived for a hundred years. Then she fell asleep on my shoulder, and I came as close to wiping away 15 years as a human can get, so many times had we been like that together.
But the illusion dissolved immediately when she woke in the morning, and cut me to the core by her open suspicion that I was taking advantage of our wonderful relationship to use her in some devious manner.
I tried to counter her objections in a kind way, attempting to understand that only a horrific strain could make her believe such a thing. In fact, I almost told her about the prognosis.
We parted then, and after taking a shower at the hotel, I found a guy from the CIA in the living room of my suite. No fancy introductions or apologies, he came right out and asked me to spy on Eileen. Laying on the pressure thick and fast, he even made reference to my illness, probably having searched the hotel room and found a letter from my doctor. I kept refusing, so he took me to a place where people were escaping from East Berlin to virtually say that I was not only a traitor to my country if I didn't help, but to freedom-loving people everywhere.
Since all this guy Mike Allen really wanted to know was why Eileen was in Berlin - or even just whether her husband was really dead or not, I finally agreed to pursue a line of conversation with her. Allen said that unless they knew for sure, they'd have to discard all her husband's information and contacts as corrupted.
Hoping to see her in the evening, I got a wide-eyed reaction from Pete when I told him about being with Eileen the night before, but that was the limit of our contact on race day. Tried to put the sorry mess out of my head, and enjoy the thrilling insider's view of Pete's race, only to see him spin out when holding second place four laps from the finish.
He nodded to me neutrally as he returned to his crew, but was gone before I could get anywhere near him. When I got back to the Kempinski, he'd already checked out.
Eileen met me in the evening, and showed great interest and sympathy in Pete's race, and I was happy to see her spirits lighten a bit. Even did a little conjuring type trick to remove a listening device from our table to reassure her. That seemed to make her more trusting, and then, there was a fight in the restaurant, and Eileen got a drink spilled on her suit. She got up to clean it, but never came back.
I was sure that she'd been kidnapped, but the CIA guy knew nothing about it, and I just had to come back to the Kempinski and wait, trying  now to cobble together the events of the past 24 hours.

Berlin - Paris
Monday - Tuesday , May 17 - 18

Eileen's ordeal is over, but it has been a chilling experience.
Out of my mind all day Monday, but she finally rang in the evening, somehow having found out that I knew Mike Allen, blasting out a terrible string of accusations at me, saying that I was disgusting, and the lowest form of life. I felt bad enough cooperating with the CIA, but listening to these words from my dearest Eileen was as horrific as hearing the diagnosis.
Worse, I feared for her life, so got the CIA people to try and find her, and prevent a suicide. Despite all the time and changes in Eileen, I feel that I still know her so well, and was sure that's what she had in mind.
While they were checking the pharmacies where she might get sleeping pills, I went to the swan garden, and found her there. She threatened me with a gun, but I knew, no matter what she believed, Eileen could never harm me, and I went and took it out of her hand.
She said I was the person that struck the final blow that killed her, and that they had removed my soul by getting me to come to Berlin and betray her.  I couldn't bear her to think that, and told Eileen how the diagnosis had changed the course of my life, and that my visit to Berlin was only to watch Pete race.
I explained how the CIA saw our accidental meeting on the street … that they put all kinds of pressure on me and that I rejected them again and again, then only agreed to find out if her husband was alive or not. She was sure he was not, but the KGB threatened her life, and to confound Western intelligence agencies, forced her to wait around Berlin to leave everything in doubt.
My poor Eileen was disgusted by what she perceived to be her cowardice and betrayal, but simply couldn't believe that her country could protect her if she went to them. No wonder she was at the end of her rope - and I appeared to be the one who cut it.
What I didn't know was that I'd been followed. Just after Eileen's revelation, Mike Allen slipped out of the bushes, and promised to put her on the first plane home. I can only hope that I really did save her, and as she went away, promised to stay in touch.
My first thought on leaving the park was to get out of Berlin as fast as possible. I've made up my mind to go back to San Francisco for the little estate wrap up. And I have to see the partners in person anyway, to let them know I'm leaving permanently, and selling my share of the firm. But first, to steady myself, I'm going back to my cocoon of an apartment in Paris.

Later

I know now that I have to see Kate. Maybe my own mind is stabilized enough to tell her. But every time I think some breakthrough has been made, I seem to be tumbling down that rabbit hole again.
How that steady hum I knew life to be has altered to an erratic screech by the new course I've chosen. The highs I'd felt only two days ago have been wiped away by Eileen's misery - and now, all I feel is darkness - and a dread of going back to San Francisco.
Tried walking around Paris to clear my mind, but it didn't help.

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Notes & Comments:

A plausible story with adequate suspense, but the overly quick ending is a let down with Eileen's docile reaction less than believable.  Probably the right one would have been for her to have been shot by Eastern agents, and die in Paul's arms just after her revelations.

Also nearly impossible to believe that anyone outside Paul's doctors would have known about his condition, and inclusion of this information in Mike Allen's dossier was unnecessary in moving the story along. Paul's reluctance to assist him works well, but while his eventual help with  “a little thing” (as he later describes his betrayal to Eileen) appears too easily won. Although reluctant, the handshake between them almost felt like a betrayal to the viewers as well.

Though her abduction was violent, the agents threatening Eileen seem a little too mild with her to represent such a diabolical threat, but the torment of her experience is nonetheless understandable.

A little off-putting was the garden set which looked very artificial, and one wonders why the scene couldn't have been shot somewhere more realistic.
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Paul stops Eileen on a street in Berlin
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Eileen tries to find why Paul is in Berlin
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They reminisce while dancing
She speaks of her fear of suicide
Eileen tells Paul about her marriage to a spy
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Eileen says that she can't divulge her secret
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"IA few weeks ago I started saying no to people I used to
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Paul refuses to divulge Eileen's secret place
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Paul counters Allen's argument
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Mike Allen shows Paul an escape from East Berlin
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They share a few happy moments
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Paul removeds a bug from the lamp
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A fight is staged in the nightclub
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Eileen is taken away at gunpoint
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Eileen says she's followed orders
Eileen tells Paul that he disgusts her
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Paul solicits Allen's help to save Eileen
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Eileen tells Paul not to come closer or she'll shoot
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Eileen stumbles, weeping
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Paul tells Eileen about the diagnosis
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They agree to forgive one another
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They agree to forgive one another
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She details how her life was threatened
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Eileen is both caught and rescued

The plot:

Riding in a taxi through West Berlin, Paul recognizes his childhood sweetheart Eileen walking along the pavement.  He gets the cabbie to stop, shouting her name.

The driver advises him to play more gently, and not let the lady know he's interested, to which Paul replies, “she already knows I care. I proposed to her when she was six.”

But Eileen pretends not to know him.
Eventually, he gives up, telling her his hotel as he goes away.

Later she rings him there, and we learn that Eileen has been recently widowed.

She asks a question to determine whether the person on the other end of the line is really Paul, and telling him that she hasn't spoken to anyone for a month, mysteriously sets up a rendezvous on a street corner.

He takes her out to a late night spot, but she tells him little about herself.
They dance and reminisce about when they were growing up together, and the ambience between them warms.

Though it's late, Eileen takes Paul to a garden where the same  pair of swans have lived for a hundred years.

It's her special place where she feels safe.

In the relaxed atmosphere of the  park  and Paul's protective company,, Eileen falls asleep against his shoulder until well after daybreak.
When she wakes up Eileen tells Paul that she's not usually able to sleep without pills, then confesses that she never keeps more than two sleeping tablets in her possession at any one time, for fear of taking a final step against the fear and disgust she feels in her present circumstances, but she still won't reveal anything about them.

Touched by her plight, Paul sympathetically asks if he can be of some real help to her, more than being  just a “horse-drawn sandman.”
After more gentle coaxing from him Eileen finally admits to Paul that she's being followed by the intelligence forces of three countries, maybe four, adding that the weight of their constant watching and listening brings her down to her knees, but she still doesn't say why she's being followed so closely.

Then Eileen suddenly muses how much it says about the world when Paul comes to Berlin and finds that his childhood sweetheart, “the girl next door is a spy.” When he asks her if she is one, she laughs and says no.
Eileen says that she was married to an agent who was a killer, and when she found that out, his gentleness seemed as false as his passports and cover names.

She wonders if someone has used Paul as a plant from her past, and referring to his possible cooperation with such intelligence agencies,questions whether anyone could say no to them.

Paul replies that he's someone who's in a position to say no to anyone he likes, and now says no to people like that so he can say yes to the things that are really important.
When she asks how he can be so uncorruptable, Paul replies that he too was being watched.

That a successful law partnership even led him to an offer to run for California Attorney General, and then a personal thing rearranged all the equations, and wrote simpler ones.

Eileen asks him what happened, but he counters by asking her to tell him about her problem first, and she says that she can't. They are at an impasse with their secrets.
Back at his hotel, Paul emerges from the bathroom and finds a man in his room who introduces himself as American intelligence officer Mike Allen, brusquely telling Paul that US security demands his cooperation.

Allen tells Paul that the body of Eileen's husband hasn't been found, and that he wants to know her reason for being in Berlin. If they assume that all George Henderson's contacts are blown and information developed by him is no longer effective, that would throw away years of intelligence efforts.
The truth lies with Eileen.

When Paul  is uncooperative, Allen challenges his patriotism, and Paul answers, “I love my country because it gives me the right to say no.”

Paul declares that he's taking the long view, and Allen reveals he knows about Paul's terminal illness.

"The day of the dossier," Paul says, "everything is excused in the name of necessity."
So Allen takes Paul to a secret location where escapees are arriving from East Berlin to appeal to his sense of morality, then asks him to betray his friend.

Allen says that they must know by the 15th why Eileen is in Berlin, whether she's been frightened by the other side or made to believe they're holding her husband in the East, or that he defected.

After appealing on countless grounds, including seeing an escape from the East, Paul finally agrees to help.
He takes Eileen out to sample some West Berlin nightlife.

She brightens a little, and says how much she'd love to be back in California with him.

Paul invites her to go to Pamplona with him.

She quotes her husband saying, “to feel safe in a world that's held together by lies, cunning and barbed wire is either madness or stupidity.”
Though he is now working for American intelligence, Paul tells his vulnerable and fragile friend that she can trust him, and she appears to have come to the point where she's wondering if she should tell someone her problem, but says that she can't talk in the nightclub.

Paul removes a bug in the lamp on the table, attempting to show her that she can speak freely now. He drops the microphone in a glass, and gives it to the waiter. A horrified Eileen says that she is a coward who was married to a hard, cold, brave man.
She appears ready to take Paul into her confidence, but just as she begins her story, a loud and violent fight ensues between a man and woman hitting one another.

They are dismissed by the staff, but  in the process, Eileen's drink was knocked over, spilling the liquid over her clothing.

She leaves the table to deal with the problem. But soon as she is out of sight,  Eileen is immediately abducted by the very people who had staged the fight.
Driven away at gunpoint, Eileen is taken to an agent from the East who challenges her that she has not been following orders.

When she denies that she's remained silent, he plays a tape of her about to tell Paul what is going on in her life.

Having proved his point, Eileen tries to explain that Paul is only a childhood friend, but she is told that he is working for American intelligence.

Eileen replies that this isn't possible.
But the interrogator shows her a photo of Paul with Mike Allen, a man known to Eileen as an American agent.

She is unconvinced, but of course, her trust is shaken.

The man from the East tells her to go on with what she has been doing, speaking to no one, just remaining on in Berlin - only a few more days. It's becoming clear that whatever she is doing, Eileen is nothing more than the victim of the Eastern European operatives who have some power over her.
After her mysterious disappearance in the nightclub, Paul is worried, and tries to reach Eileen without success.

She finally rings him, but as he is asking her if she is all right and where she is, Eileen asks him why he didn't tell her that he knew Mike Allen. Paul says that he will meet her, and explain everything, but she ends the call with the line, "you disgust me," and then repeats the remark.  The phrase alerts Paul to the time when she used the word when speaking about often feeling near to suicide.
When she hangs up, he speaks into the phone, telling the wire tappers to get Mike Allen to contact him immediately.

When Allen comes to his hotel room moments later, Paul tells him about his fears for Eileen's safety.

An alert goes out to watch pharmacies in the area. Allen seems concerned about Eileen, but only because, if she dies, he won;t have a  resolution to the puzzle of her lengthy and mysterious presence in Berlin
Eileen goes into a drug store and asks for sleeping pills.

Paul takes a taxi to the gardens where the swans are, hoping that he might find Eileen in this place where she feels safe and out of the view of people watching her.

She arrives there by taxi, but instead of pills, she has a gun, and when Paul approaches her, Eileen points it at him.

He tells her that he wants to keep her alive, but she says he's already killed her.
“With you, the lies went over my head,” she accuses, “but you didn't do it alone, you were just the last - the one who made me face that the world was exactly what my husband said it was.”

Paul denies that he was lying to her, and she responds, “how do they take the souls out of people?”

Having no fear of her killing him, Paul walks over to Eileen, and removes the gun from her hand. He tells her it's all over, but she runs away and falls to the ground, sobbing that nothing is solved.
She accuses him of using their friendship, that he came to Berlin to betray her.

Denying that could ever be, Paul describes how Allen saw their chance meeting and asked for his help.

“I said no,” he emphasizes, “but all he wanted to know was whether or not your husband was still alive,” and Paul admits to trying to find that information, but no more than that.
She challenges his strange presence in Berlin, and to finally make her understand, as she listens in tears, Paul tells her with difficulty that a few weeks ago he found out that he had little more than a year to live.

He says that what they've had together could never be for sale.

Eileen is moved by his story, and asks Paul's forgiveness, and he suggests that they forgive each other. He says that he is an optimist, and hopes there will be a cure for his disease.
One doctor said that the odds were a thousand to one that would happen before his time was up, Paul says optimistically, adding, “better than a sweeps stakes ticket.”

They get up to leave, and Eileen says she wants to explain her presence in Berlin.  He deters her, but she says she needs his help, so he lets her go on. Eileen says that she is sure that her husband is dead, but was approached by a man who said George Henderson was in Czechoslovakia, but she saw the proof of this was false.
Then the Eastern agents told her she had to go to Berlin, and give no reason for being there, and that they would kill her if she didn't follow their instructions.

They told her that five months of her silence would confound the Americans into discarding all her husband's work and contacts.

Eileen explains that she didn't inform the Americans, and seek their help because she couldn't believe that they could protect her from being killed.
Then Mike Allen suddenly appears from the trees, and Eileen again believes that Paul has surely betrayed her.

However, Allen says that they only found her because, unbeknownst to him, they were following Paul, and that she will now be safe.

Eileen leaves with the American agents, and Mike Allen promises that she will be spirited away and protected in the United States.


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Creative Team

Associate Producer
       Paul Freeman
Music Score
      Benny Carter
Theme
      Pete Rugolo
Director of Photography
      John F. Warren A.S.C.
Art Director
      *Frank Arrrigo
Film Editor
      Douglas Stewart
Unit Manager
      Willard Sheldon
Assistant Director
      Frank Losee
Set Designers
      John McCartey  &
      Perry Murdoch
Sound
       Earl Crain Sr.
Color  Coordinator
      Robert Brower
Color by Pathe
Editorial Dept. Head
      David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervisor
      Stanley Wilson
Costumes Supervisor
      Vincent Dee
Makeup
      Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist
      Larry Germain





Diana Hyland as
Eileen Henderson
MacDonald Carey
as Mike Allen
Robert Knapp in Run for Your Life
Robert Knapp
as Riessler
Britt Semand
as Anna
Walter Friedel in Run for Your Life
Walter Friedel as the Interrogator
Maya Van Horn in Run for Your Life
Maya Van Horn as the Drug Store Proprietress



LINKS TO OTHER EPISODE PAGES (IN DIARY ORDER)



1  Journey into Yesterday          2  Who's Watching the Fleshpot?          3  Never Pick Up a Stranger          4  This Town for Sale          5  The Girl Next Door Is A Spy

          6  The Savage Season          7  Someone Who Makes Me Feel Beautiful          8  Rapture at Two Forty          9  Three Passengers for the Lusitania

10  Hang Down Your Head And Laugh          11  The Borders of Barbarism          12  The Committee for the 25th          13  Beware My Love          14  Carnival Ends at Midnight

15  The Last Safari          16  Tell It to the Dead          17  Make the Angels Weep          18  Hoodlums on Wheels          19  Who's Che Guevara?

20  How to Sell Your Soul for Fun and Profit21  The Sadness of a Happy Time          22  Sequestro (Part 1)          23  Sequestro (Part 2)          24  The Shock of Recognition

25  A Girl Named Sorrow          26  Flight From Tirana          27  The Dark Beyond the Door          28  A Rage For Justice          29  The Day Time Stopped

30  I Am the Late Diana Hays          31  The Savage Machines          32  The Edge of the Volcano          33  The Mustafa Embrace

34  Time and a Half on Christmas Eve          35  The Exchange          36  The Assassin          37  Where Mystery Begins          38  Night Train from Chicago

39  Carol          40  Tears from a Glass Eye          41  Life Among the Meat Eaters          42  Fly by Night          43  In Search of April          44  The Frozen Image

45  Sara-Jane, You Never Whispered Again          46  The Cold, Cold War of Paul Bryan          47  The Grotenberg Mask          48  The Man Who Had No Enemies

49  The Calculus of Chaos          50  Tell It Like It Is          51  The Cruel Fountain          52  The Company of Scoundrels

53  The Night of the Terror          54  The Rediscovery of Charlotte Hyde          55  Strangers at the Door          56  The Time of the Sharks

57  Rendezvous in Tokyo          58  Baby, the World's on Fire          59  The Treasure Seekers          60  Down with Willy Hatch

61  A Game of Violence          62  A Very Small Injustice          63  A Dangerous Proposal          64  Our Man in Limbo          65  The Voice of Gina Milan

66  The List of Alice McKenna          67  The Sex Object          68  The Inhuman Predicament          69  Better World Next Time

70  The Carpella Collection          71  Cry Hard, Cry Fast 1          72  Cry Hard, Cry Fast 2          73  The Word Would Be Goodbye

74  One Bad Turn          75  Don't Count on Tomorrow          76  The Naked Half Truth          77  The Rape of Lucrece

78  The Face of the Antagonist          79  East of the Equator          80  The Killing Scene          81  A Choice of Evils

82  The Dead on Furlough  (Strategy of Terror)          86  Keep My Share of the World          84  Trip to the Far Side

          85  It Could Only Happen in Rome          86  At the End of the Rainbow There's Another Rainbow