The F.B.I./The Last Job

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The Last Job
Season 7, Episode 3
Airdate September 26, 1971
Written by Robert Heverly
Directed by Virgil Vogel
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The Last Job is the third episode of the seventh season of The F.B.I., and the one hundred sixty-eighth episode overall.

Guest Stars: John McIntire (Michael "Doc" Lacy), David Canary (Eugene Bradshaw), Guy Stockwell (Jerry Rivers), Jeanette Nolan (Helen Lacy)

Co-Starring: John Ragin (Gary Burgess), Joe E. Tata (Al Naylor), Len Wayland (S.A.C. Jim Day), Jess Walton (Mary Douglas)

Featuring: Mark Allen (Willis), Todd Martin (Mark Dorel), Paul Sorensen (Security Chief), Tom Palmer (Michael Paree), San Christopher (Woman Attendant), Robert Patten (F.B.I. Supervisor Al McClure), John Yates (S.A.C. Dan Riss), Nola Thorp (Nancy Burgess), Mia Bendixsen (Gayle Burgess), Dave Cass (Patrolman)

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Plot Overview

Erskine pursues an old time bank robber who's been busted out of prison to aid a gang of younger robbers.

Notes

Trivia

The Show

Real-life husband and wife John McIntyre and Jeanette Nolan appear as a married couple in this episode. Their son Tim McIntyre, a frequent FBI guest actor, appeared in the episode from a week before.

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