The F.B.I./The Courier

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The Courier
Season 2, Episode 17
Airdate January 15, 1967
Written by Charles Larson
Directed by Ralph Senensky
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The Courier is the seventeenth episode of the second season of The F.B.I., and the forty-eighth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Harold Gould (Doctor), Dean Harens (S.A.C. Bryan Durant), Noah Keen (Customs Inspector), Ruth Roman (Juliet Sinclair), Gene Hackman (Herb Kenyon), Phyllis Love (Phyllis Kenyon), Cherylene Lee (Linh), Keye Luke (Captain Chieu), Gene Lyons (Ludwig), Dan Frazer (Reporter), Eddie Guardino (Cab Driver), Bert Kramer (Agent)

Contents

Plot Overview

Erskine suspects that philanthropist Judith Sinclair is using her charitable activities with children as a cover for espionage activities.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

According to Jonathan Etter's book, Quinn Martin, Producer, the role of Judith Sinclair was originally written for Bette Davis, who was a major fan of the show and begged the producers for an opportunity to appear on the show. However, all of the series' major guests were subjected to background checks by the FBI, as ordered by then-Bureau Director J. Edgar Hoover, and Miss Davis was rejected for the role. It seems that years ago, she was the prime suspect in the murder of her husband. Even though she was proven to have no role in the crime, she still was rejected for the role, which went to Ruth Roman.

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes

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