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Run For Your Life
Starring Ben Gazzara




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Ben Gazzara & Katherine Crawford in Run For Your Life
Ben Gazzara, Katherine Crawford
Pilot Episode       
   entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
Rapture at Two Forty  -  first broadcast 4/15/1965 on "Kraft Suspense Theater"
When lawyer Paul Bryan learns that he has a terminal illness and less than two years to live, he decides to retire from his practice, and takes off for the French Riviera. There he meets Leslie Thurston (Katherine Crawford) and her father Robert (Michael Rennie), and takes on her hazardous lifestyle to win “an indestructible” woman, only to find she has fallen in love with him. With Antoinette Bower as Gillian, Miguel Ángel Landa as Henri, Marcel Hillaire as The Taxi Driver, George Conrad as the First Sailor, S. John Launer as Dr. Manson, Stella Garcia as Risa,  Sergio Mendes Brasil 66 as The Combo, Joan Gibbs as Hennid, Albert Carrier as the Ambulance Attendant
Teleplay by Luther Davis
Story by Jo Swerling Jr.
Directed by William A. Graham



Ben Gazzara, Robert Loggia in Run For Your Life
Ben Gazzara, Robert Loggia
1. The Cold, Cold War of Paul Bryan  - 9/13/1965     
   
    entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
After a brief romance with Laura Beaumont (Katherine Ross, Paul is guest of her father Phil (Stephen McNally) at an exclusive ski resort where an avalanche provides the setting for a cunning card game to defeat the evil dictator General Carlos Portaz (Robert Loggia), the new object of Laura's affection. With Celeste Holm as Margo Horst, Jacques Bergerac as Louis Manet, Carl Esmond as Otto Hiltz, Jacqueline Beer as Jeannine Manet, Eric Braeden as Eric Horst, Ted Knight as Sam Billings, Mary Lawrence as Mrs. Beaumont,  Ned Romero as Major Miguel Del Rio, Ralph Smiley as the Barman, Felix Reinsch as the Servant, Carmelo Manto as Colonel Angel Ramirez
Teleplay by Frank Fenton & John Thomas James (Roy Huggins)
Story by John Thomas James (Roy Huggins)
Directed by Robert Bloch & Leslie H. Martinson

Ben Gazzara and Diana Hyland  in Run for Your Life
Diana Hyland, Ben Gazzara
2. The Girl Next Door Is A Spy - 9/20/1965    entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
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 Proprietress
Teleplay by Luther Davis
Story by John Thomas James (Roy Huggins)
Directed by Leslie N. Martinson

Fernando Lamas, Ben Gazzara, Tippi Hedren in Run For Your Life
Fernando Lamas, Ben Gazzara, Tippi Hedren
3. Someone Who Makes Me Feel Beautiful - 9/27/1965    
    entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
In Mexico, Paul vies with charmer and con man Ramon de Vega (Fernando Lamas) for the affections of the wealthy Jessica Braden (Tippi Hedren). With Henry Beckman as Mr. Jansen, Maureen Leeds as Mrs. Jansen, Alex Montoya as the Doctor, Margarita Cordova as the Dancer, Mark Miranda as the Boy, Vince Barbi as the Boatman
Teleplay by Robert Guy Barrows
Story by Judith & Robert Guy Barrows
Directed by Leslie N. Martinson


Brenda Scott, Ben Gazzara in Run For your Life
Ben Gazzara, Brenda Scott
4. Never Pick Up a Stranger - 10/11/1965    
    entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
(After picking up runaway hitchhiker Kathy Sloan (Brenda Scott), Paul is viciously - and mysteriously - harassed by Sheriff Ralph Trumbell (Barry Sullivan) in the town where she lives . With George Mitchell as Joseph Wagner, Vaughn Taylor as Henry Sloan, Paul Newlan as Dr. Lewis, Russell Thorson as Judge Andy Harris, Len Wayland as John Hardy, Michael Stanwood as Eddie, Grace Lee Whitney as Millie, Betty Bronson as Alma Sloan, Gregg Palmer as Deputy Cliff Morgan, Don Brodie as the Court Clerk, Vernon Scott as the Hotel Clerk, Doris Edwards as Helen Riley
Written by Howard Browne
Story by John Thomas James (Roy Huggins)
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson

Gia Scala and Ben Gazzara in Run For Your Life
Gia Scala, Ben Gazzara
5. How to Sell Your Soul for Fun and Profit - 10/18/1965     
  entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
When Paul makes a satirical toast behind the Iron Curtain, racing-car driver Janos Takacs (Eric Braeden) courteously joins in and finds himself in prison. Paul tries to make up for his frivolous action by freeing him with the help of his sister Marika Takacs (Gia Scala)  and former prisoner Istvan Zabor (Telly Savalas). With Jeremy Slate as Pete Gaffney, David Lewis as the Consul, Paul Bertoya as Miklos Visnyel, Robert K. Cunningham as the Assistant Consul, Alexander De Noszody as the Doctor, George Tatar as the Conductor, Peter Scott as the Policeman, Leslie Tabani as Attendant
Teleplay by Frank Fenton and John Thomas Davis
Story by John Thomas Davis
Directed by Steve Previn

Janine Gray and Ben Gazzara in Run For Your Life
Janine Gray, Ben Gazzara

6. Our Man in Limbo - 10/25/1965     entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
Teleplay by Paul Tuckahoe
Story by John Thomas James (Roy Huggins)
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson

Dana Wynter, Ben Gazzara in Run for Your Life
Dana Wynter, Ben Gazzara
7. Where Mystery Begins - 11/1/1965     
   entry in Paul Bryan's Journal 1     entry in Paul Bryan's Journal 2
Paul successfully  defends Louise Brode (Dana Wynter) on a charge of murdering her husband when her regular lawyer, Martin Shawe (Keith Andes), is injured, but Paul suspects Shawe's tactics, and feels compromised. With Cyril Delevanti as Judge Kleiner, Ian Wolfe as Dr. Stanley Brickow, Walter Brooke as the Examiner, Booth Colman as Prosecutor Coleman, Tom Allen as Frank Tiesen, Ben Lynch as George Hanson, Byron Morrow as Carter, Hugh Douglas as the TV Newscaster, Dale Johnson as the Bailiff, Arthur Adams as the Court Clerk, Don Dillway as the Jury Foreman, Jim Bacon as the 1st Reporter, Barry Brooks as the 2nd Reporter, Karen Flynn as the Assistant
Written by John Thomas James (Roy Huggins)
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson


Harold J. Stone, Henry Silva in Run For Your Life
Harold J. Stone, Henry Silva

8. The Savage Season - 11/8/1965     
   entry in Paul Bryan's Journal1 entry in Paul Bryan's Journal 2  entry in Paul Bryan's Journal 3
Judy Collins (Jill Haworth) transports money for mobsters, but when she calls on Paul's assistance after $200,000 disappears, casino owner Angie Zeno (Harold J. Stone) goes after him, causing Paul to try a daring ploy.  With Henry Silva as Carl Torre, Gene Evans as Jim Seaborne, Leslie Perkins as Shirley Bare, Lyle Talbot as Steven Blakely, Quinn O'Hara as Karen, Jack Crowden as the Detective, Bob McCready as the 1st Thug, Vince Barbi as the 2nd Thug, Leslie Summers as the SecretaryTeleplay by Frank Fenton
Story by John Thomas James (Roy Huggins)
Directed by Richard Benedict



Ben Gazzara, James Whitmore in Run For Your Life
Ben Gazzara, James Whitmore
9. This Town for Sale - 11/15/1965     
   entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
If tried in the town where the victim's father is the leading employer, Paul seems certain to face a long prison sentence after the young man is found dead following a small altercation with him. With James Whitmore as Jim Holland, Mary Ann Mobley as Clarke Newell, R.G. Armstrong as Edward Loomis, Sharon Hugueny as Mary Ellison, Paul Fix as Joseph Farrell, Anthony Hayes as Neddie Loomis, Nick Colasanto as the Bartender, Alan Reed Jr. as George Mund, William Banewell as  County Attorney Lassiter, Charles Irving as the Judge, Lindsay Workman as the Coroner, Charles L. Conrad as the Bailiff, Claudia Bryan as Loomis' Secretary, Ernest Anderson as the Jury Foreman, George Dockstader as the Highway Patrolman
Teleplay by George Kingo
Story by Chester Krumholz
Directed by Richard Benedict


Ina Balin and Ben Gazzara  in Run For Your Life
Ina Balin, Ben Gazzara

10. A Girl Named Sorrow - 11/22/1965     entry in Paul Bryan's Journal1   entry in Paul Bryan's Journal2
On their sail-planing  vacation Paul remains in the dark about the actions of secret Israeli agent Lisa Sorrow (Ina Balin) as she tracks down a Nazi war criminal In the Arizona desert . With David Opatoshu as Dave Kafka, William Boyett as the Deputy, Charles Wagenheim as the Hobo, Eric Braeden as David Navan
Written by Judith & Robert Guy Barrows
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson





Susan Strasberg, Ben Gazzara in Run For Your Life
Susan Strasberg, Ben Gazzara
11. The Voice of Gina Milan - 11/29/1965     
    entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
Opera singer Gina Milan (Susan Strasberg) declares there can be no romantic commitment in her life, but allows for one moment of love with Paul. With Linda Watkins as Mme. Tenati, Renzo Cesana as Derek Wolf, Vinton Hayworth as Dr. Fraser, Michele Montau as Helene Delorme, Frances Fong as Mitzi Kuan, Al Checco as the Cabbie, E. J. Andre as the Stage Doorman, Patrick Whyte as the Butler, Yuki Tani as Suzuki,
Teleplay by John W. Bloch
Story by Philip Saltzman
Directed by William Hale


Dolores Dorn-Helt, Ben Gazzara, Howard Keel in Run For Your Life
Dolores Dorn-Helt, Ben Gazzara, Howard Keel

12. The Time of the Sharks - 12/6/1965     
     entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
Paul's shark fishing expedition with Hardie Rankin (Howard Keel) and his wife Elizabeth (Dolores Dorn-Helt) is suddenly turned into a test of courage when they meet a party of young people diving for treasure in the South Pacific. With  Melodie Johnson as Carol, Tony Bill as Charlie Carson, Steve Carlson as Doc, Bernie Hamilton as J.C., Deon Douglas as Mike, Ralph P. Hanalei as the Servant
Teleplay by Frank Fenton
Story by John Thomas James (Roy Huggins)
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson


Carol Lawrence and Ben Gazzara in Run For Your Life
Carol Lawrence, Ben Gazzara

13. Make the Angels Weep - 12/13/1965    entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
An old friend of Paul's is on the run, suspected of murdering his lover's husband, and Paul returns to his home town to investigate the case. With Carol Lawrence as Rosinha Fielding, Anne Seymour as Mrs. Fielding, Mario Alcalde asTony Oliveira, Don Dubbins as Robin Fielding, Alberto Morin as Sebastian, Charles Seel as Rudy Fowler, Jeff Scott as Cal Jameson, Jack Krupnica as the Attendant, Kirk Duncan as Johnny Deedrick Allen Jung as the Bartender
Teleplay by John T. Dugan
Story by John Thomas James
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson



Ben Gazzara and James Forrest in Run For Your Life
Ben Gazzara, James Forrest

14. Journey into Yesterday - 12/27/1965    entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
When searching for a friend missing in the New Guinea jungle Paul and his guide Carl Hague (James Forrest) are captured by the Bosavis tribe after accidentally shooting one of their young people. With Ken Renard as Warago, Anthony Chazlo, Sr. as the Native Chief, Chief Sua as the Medicine Man,  Napoleon Whiting as the Uncle, Harold Fong as Harold, Steven Baron as the Hotel Manager, Gerald Lynch as the Young Native
Teleplay by Lou Shaw
Based on the Story by Marc Norman
Directed by Richard Benedict



Robert Drivas, Ben Gazzara in Run For Your Life
Robert Drivas, Ben Gazzara
15. Strangers at the Door - 1/3/1966      entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
Stranded in the middle of nowhere, Paul hops a freight and becomes companion of the enigmatic Brett (Robert Drivas on a trek full of symbolism. With George Chandler as Fred Mackey, Trevor Bardette as the Farmer, Lynn Carey as Patsy Hannagan, Kelly Corcoran as Dickie Hannagan, Zara Cully as the Old Woman, Tim Graham as the Mailman, Jim Boles as the Tramp, Burt Mustin as the Drunken Churchgoer, Billy M. Greene as the Second Hobo, John Francis as the First Hobo
Written by Tom Allen
Directed by Stuart Rosenberg

Peter Lawford, Ben Gazzara in Run For Your Life
Peter Lawford, Ben Gazzara
16. The  Carnival Ends at Midnight - 1/10/1966     
    entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
Paul is in Rio de Janeiro trying to trick Larry Carter (Peter Lawford) into returning to the US to face trial when Molly Pierce (Anne Helm), daughter of his victim, makes an attempt on the murderer's life. With Edward Colmans as the Police Officer, Tom Allen as J. Thomas Bledsoe, Angela Dorian as Carmen, Anna Mizraki as Isabella, Stella Garcia as the First Brazilian Girl, Ines Pedroza as the Second Brazilian Girl, Carlos Rivas as the Thug, Edy Williams as the Watusi Dancer
Teleplay by Boris Sobelman
Story by John Thomas James (Roy Huggins)
Directed by Richard Benedict

Fernando Lamas and Gena Rowlands in Run For Your Life
Fernando Lamas, Gena Rowlands
17. The Rediscovery of Charlotte Hyde - 1/24/1966     
     entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
In Monte Carlo Paul has to come to the rescue of gigolo Ramon de Vega (Fernando Lamas) when “sparrow” Charlotte Hyde (Gena Rowlands) doesn't turn out as he bargained.  With Emile Genest as the Judge, Wolfe Barzell as the Jeweler, Ted Roter as the Inspector, John Lodge as the Cartwright, Garry Wallberg as the Mechanic, Richard Angarola as the Lawyer, Eugene Borden as the Prosecutor, Brioni Farrell as Michele, Louis de Farra as the Bellman, Gigi Michel as the First Girl, Marlena Giovi as the Second Girl, Gil Peters as The First Man, Lucien Lanvin as the Second Man
Written by Harold Gast
Story by John Thomas James (Roy Huggins)
Directed by William Hale


Fernando Lamas and Gena Rowlands in Run For Your Life
Donnelly Rhodes,  Harry Aidman

18. The Night of the Terror - 1/31/1966    entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
When Harry Blunt (Donnelly Rhodes) invites  Paul and Jenny (Sharon Farrell) to his house, they find out how seriously disturbed he and his brother Christopher (Charles Aidman) really are. With Maggie Thrett as Brenda, Nancy Marshall as Sue
Teleplay by John Thomas James (Roy Huggins)
Based on a Script by Gerald Vaughn-Hughes
Directed by Alexander Singer


Louise Troy, Rossano BrazziBen Gazzara in Run For Your Life
Louise Troy, Rossano BrazziBen Gazzara

19. Keep My Share of the World - 2/7/1966      
   
A love triangle is revealed when Paul grabs the opportunity to make a world speed record for Greek magnate Alex Staphos (Rossano Brazzi), causing both men to disclose intimate secrets. With Jeremy Slate as Pete Gaffney, Louise Troy as Katerina Ghiatis, Phillip Pine as Paolo Bracci, Richard Crane as the USAC Steward, Athan Karras as Oreste Voutas
Teleplay by John W. Bloch
Story by Harold Livingston
Directed by Richard Benedict

Carol Lynley, Ben Gazzara in Run For Your Life
Carol Lynley, Ben Gazzara
20. In Search of April - 2/14/1966     
     entry in Paul Bryan's Journal  1   entry in Paul Bryan's Journal 2
When April Martin (Carol Lynley) vanishes shortly after Paul meets her in New Orleans, he goes on a complex search that leads him to a surprising solution to the mystery of her disappearance and a threat to her life. With Don Rickles as Leo Mazinov, Don Galloway as Gordon Von Rhine, William Lundigan as David Phillips, George Furth as Osborne Parquette III, Robert Wolders as Marcel Lambert, K.T. Stevens as Mrs. Phillips, Larry D. Mann as Dr. Mann, Gail Bonney as Mrs. Simms, Robert Easton as the Desk Clerk, Lorri Scott as Paul's Girlfriend, Robert B. Williams as the Doctor, Clay Tanner as the Detective, Anatol Winogradoff as the Waiter, John Francis as the Bartender
Teleplay by Alvin Sargent
Story by John Thomas James (Roy Huggins)
Directed by Stuart Rosenberg

Norman Grabowski,John Drew Barrymore, Marsha Hunt, Karen Jensen and Ben Gazzara in Run For Your Life
Norman Grabowski,John Drew Barrymore, Marsha Hunt, Karen Jensen, Ben Gazzara

21. Hoodlums on Wheels - 2/21/1966     entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
At a lake resort Paul's life is threatened when he is taken prisoner along with a mother and daughter by an outlaw bike gang responsible for a killing. With John Drew Barrymore as Goebels, Marsha Hunt as Mrs. Southworth, Karen Jensen as Elke, Stuart Anderson as Smoky, Leslie Perkins as Velva, Norman Grabowski as Mickey Moose, James Oliver as Oregon, Gregg Palmer as the Victim, Hinton Pope as the State Trooper
Written by Halsted Welles
Directed by Richard Benedict


Bobby Darin, Eve Arden and Davey Davison in Run For Your Life
Bobby Darin, Eve Arden, Davey Davison
22. Who's Watching the Fleshpot? - 3/7/1966      
   entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
Paul's college friend Mark Shepard (Bobby Darin) gets him to help out in his tourist business on the Riviera, and they become involved with smugglers when they earn a sports car for assisting May Huston (Eve Arden) and her daughter Marcia (Davey Davison). With Jeff Corey as Abe Lincoln, Jocelyn Lane as Brigitte Lemaire, Nicholas Colasanto as Benno Capalupo, Maurice Marsac as Delgado, Nadia Sanders as Poucette Clement, Thordis Brandt as Else Brandt, Peter Camlin as the First Croupier, Maurice St. Claire as the Second CroupierMaurice Marsac as Delgado
Written by John Thomas James (Roy Huggins)
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson

Sal Mineo, Marianna Hill, Harry Guardino in Run For Your Life
Sal Mineo, Marianna Hill, Harry Guardino

23. Sequestro (Part 1) - 4/14/1967     
    entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
In Sicily brothers Enzo (Harry Guardino) and Tonio (Sal Mineo) kidnap Paul in order to finance Enzo's marriage to Marta (Marianna Hill).
Written by A. Martin Zweiback
Directed by Richard Benedict


Marianna Hill, Harry Guardino, Sal Mineo in Run For Your Life
Marianna Hill, Harry Guardino, Sal Mineo

24. Sequestro (Part 2) - 3/21/1966    entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
Paul has been kidnapped by brothers Enzo (Harry Guardino) and Tonio (Sal Mineo), and everyone's life starts to unravel when Enzo's fiancée Marta (Marianna Hill) goes into a Sicilian city to check for arrival of the ransom money.
Written by A. Martin Zweiback
Directed by Richard Benedict


Roddy McDowall, Ben Gazzara in Run For Your Life
Roddy McDowall, Ben Gazzara

25. Don't Count on Tomorrow - 3/28/1966       
    entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
Tortured and falsely imprisoned for espionage by the KGB, Paul's escape is aided by cellmate Gyula Bogner (Roddy McDowall) whose fixation on revenge for his father's death causes Paul to turn himself in again to spare innocent lives. With Michael Constantine as Colonel Shoner, Peter Brocco as the Doctor, George Perina as Horvarth, Eva Sorney as the Secretary, Eva Monty as the Court Clerk, Frank Oberschall as the Security Commander
Written by E. Arthur Kean
Directed by Stuart Rosenberg


Jan Sterling and Ben Gazzara in Run For Your Life
Jan Sterling, Ben Gazzara

26. The Cruel Fountain - 4/4/1966    
    entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
Paul's old friend Clara Mallory (Jan Sterling), whose hands are disabled, becomes interested in the treatment of Belle Frazer (Kathryn Hays) by Dr. Raphael (Murray Hamilton) a supposed quack .  With Robert Pine as Allan Frazer, Tom Stern as Tony Bell, Jeff Scott as the First Driver, Johnny Aladdin as the Bellhop, Judy Cannon as Carmencita, Amentha Dymally as the Maid, Kai Hernandez as the Clerk, Jack Krupnick as the Second Driver, Andreas Oropeza as the Waiter
Written by Henry Slesar
Directed by Stuart Rosenberg


Louise Sorel, Ben Gazzara in Run For Your Life
Louise Sorel, Ben Gazzara
27.  Night Train from Chicago - 4/11/1966    entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
Paul becomes involved with the mob when he meets Elizabeth (Louise Sorel) on a train, a woman in nun's garb, who suddenly disappears. With Brock Peters as Lieutenant Wallace, Chris Alcaide as First Man, Val Avery as the Second Man, Dale Johnson as the Officer, Bobby Johnson as the Porter, S. John Launer as the Conductor, Nicky Blair as the Cab Driver 235, John Francis as Cab Driver 480, Robert Osterloh as Frank Nemo, John McCann as the Policeman, Don Kennedy as First Homicide Man, Clark Howat as Second Homicide Man, Ollie O'Toole as the Hotel Clerk, Don Dillaway as the Doctor, Phil Arnold as Jerry, Anthony Brand as the Guitarist, Cosmo Sardo as the Steward, Jack Krupnick as the Photographer, Diana Muldaur as Rita (uncredited)
Teleplay by Robert Bloch
Story by John Thomas James (Roy Huggins)
Directed by Richard Benedict

Lesley=Ann Waren, Ben Gazzara in Run For Your Life
Lesley=Ann Waren, Ben Gazzara

28. The Last Safari - 4/25/1966    
   
  entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
Paul joins Mark Foster (Leslie Nielsen) on safari in Africa to help his daughter Julie (Lesley-Ann Warren), a patient of his own doctor, come to terms with her terminal diagnosis. With Louise Latham as Clare Burden, Abraham Sofaer as Mr. Singh, Keith McConnell as O'Connor, Ivor Barry as Dr. McEwen, Jean Durand as Ahmed
Written by John W. Bloch & Mel Goldberg
Story by John Thomas James (Roy Huggins)
Directed by Abner Biberman


Edward Mulhare, Sally Ann Howes in Run For Your Life
Edward Mulhare, Sally Ann Howes


29. The Savage Machines - 5/2/1966      
   entry in Paul Bryan's Journal
Pete Gaffney (Jeremy Slate) and Paul form a racing partnership with Clive Darrell (Edward Mulhare), but his wife Rhona (Sally Ann Howes) is sabotaging the car. With Brendan Dillon as Rudy, Don Bright as Freddie, Maurice Dallimore as Lord Mell, Chris Winters as Hoyt
Teleplay by William Wood
Story by Robert Guy Barrows
Directed by Richard Benedict


Claudine Longet, Ben Gazzara in Run For Your Life
Claudine Longet, Ben Gazzara

30. The Sadness of a Happy Time - 5/16/1966     
  
   entry in Paul Bryan's Journal1  entry in Paul Bryan's Journal 2
When Paul falls hopelessly in love with novelist Nicole Longet (Claudine Longet), he flees, but she interprets his action to mean that he is a spy colleague of Mike Allen (Stephen McNally) until the agent reveals Paul's secret. With Lili Valenty as Señora Breda, Brendan Dillon as Rudy, Michael Stanwood as Henry Kalb, Don Diamond as Esteban,  Victor Fiore as the Farmer, Eumenio Blanco as the Bakery Vendor
Teleplay by John W. Bloch
Based on a story by Patrick Kennedy
Directed by Alf Kjelin



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