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The F.B.I./The Jug Marker

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The Jug Marker
Season 8, Episode 13
Airdate December 10, 1972
Written by Robert Heverly
Directed by Virgil W. Vogel
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The Jug Marker is the thirteenth episode of the eighth season of The F.B.I., and the two hundred fourth episode overall.

Starring: Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. (Inspector Lewis Erskine)

Also Starring: Philip Abbott (Assistant Director Arthur Ward), William Reynolds (Special Agent Tom Colby)

Guest Stars: William Windom (Elias Devon), Tom Troupe (Art Murzie), Victor Holchak (Martin Bibbs), Katherine Helmond (Terry Devon)

Co-Starring: Robert Doyle (Hank Tabor), Allyn Ann McLerie (Dorothy Harnolds), Ben Frank (Victor Stark)

with Damian London (), Russell Arms (), Bruce Watson (), Dallas Mitchell (), Scott Ellsworth (), Kerry MacLane (Jimmy Devon), Hal Riddle (), Jerry Taft (), Cliff McDonald (), Ron McIver (), Dennis McCarthy ()

Contents

Plot Overview

Arthur St. Clair Murzie, Martin Clay Bibbs, Victor Stark, Henry Tabor, Leonard Cooney--Bank Robbery, Theft From Interstate Shipment

A gang of robbers are pulling off huge heists in the eastern part of the country. Erskine and Colby pursue the gang, who are rebelling against Murzie, the brawn of the operation, who's a psychotic that is trained in karate, and Murzie in turn, is out to gain control of the group from the charming ringleader, the brains of the group, also known as the 'jug marker'.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Murzie's opponent in the karate scene in the gymnasium is played by an uncredited Chuck Norris.

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes