The F.B.I./The Hostage

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The Hostage
Season 2, Episode 22
Airdate February 19, 1967
Teleplay by Mark Rodgers,
Robert Leslie Bellem
Story by Robert Leslie Bellem
Directed by Christian Nyby
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The Hostage is the twenty-second episode of the second season of The F.B.I., and the fifty-third episode overall.

Starring:

Guest Starring: David Frankham (Michael Veltran), Dabbs Greer (Harry Porter), John Mayo (Ballistics Technician), James Sikking (Hair and Fibers Expert), Edward Mulhare (Major Damian Sava), Diana Hyland (Dr. Maria-Luise Karn), Paul Lukas (Anton Dieter), Delphi Lawrence (Jana Dieter), Martin Braddock (Special Agent Jack Dent), Peter Coe (Gerd Esling), John Holland (Frederic Sterne), Ron Stokes (Lt. Craig), Russ Bender (Boat Owner), Robert Boon (Junior Officer), Jim Healy (TV Commentator), James Johnson (Sailor)

Co-Starring:

Contents

Plot Overview

Major Damian Sava, Dr. Maria-Luise Karn, Michael Veltran--Crime on a Government Reservation, Murder, Kidnapping

The sighting of a suspicious boat off the coast of California, coupled with the murder of a sentry on a nearby Naval base, leads Erskine to believe that Communist agents have arrived in the States, and that they're out to kidnap a foreign dignitary to trade for one of their comrades who's in U.S. custody.

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Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

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