The F.B.I./The Monster

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The Monster
Season 1, Episode 1
Airdate September 19, 1965
Written by Norman Jolley
Directed by William A. Graham

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The F.B.I.Season One
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The Monster is the first episode of the first season of The F.B.I., and the first episode overall.

Guest Stars: Jeffrey Hunter (Francis Jerome), Estelle Winwood (Grandma Norbert)

Special Guest Star: Dina Merrill (Jean Davis)

With: Bernadette Hale (Parma Houghton), Julie Parrish (Eileen), Peter Hansen (Lee Haynes), Paul Sorensen (Captain Herman), Sherry Spillane (Girl), Jonathan Lippe (Boy)

Contents

Plot Overview

Erskine pursues a vicious lady-killer who has escaped from a Federal prison.

Notes

Trivia

Behind the Scenes

His name is Hank Simms...you may not have seen his face, but his voice is familiar to anyone who grew up watching TV in the 1960's and 1970's. He was the announcer for almost all the Quinn Martin-produced television series (Dick Wesson did the announcing for The New Breed, The Fugitive, 12 O'Clock High and The Invaders, and there was no announcer for Quinn Martin's Tales of the Unexpected or A Man Called Sloane), and his reign as the 'voice of QM' began with this episode of The FBI and ended in the Spring of 1980 with the final Barnaby Jones episode.

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