Cast: Raymond Burr, Barbara Hale, William Hopper, William Talman, Ray Collins, Wesley Lau, Lee Miller, George E. Stone, Don Anderson, Robert Wegner, S. John Launer, Kenneth MacDonald, Bert Stevens, Michael Fox, Pitt Herbert, Jack Gargan, Jon Lormer, Ralph Brooks, H.M. Wynant, Karl Held
Crew: Raymond Burr, Barbara Hale, William Hopper, William Talman, Ray Collins, Wesley Lau, Lee Miller, George E. Stone, Don Anderson, Robert Wegner, S. John Launer, Kenneth MacDonald, Bert Stevens, Michael Fox, Pitt Herbert, Jack Gargan, Jon Lormer, Ralph Brooks, H.M. Wynant, Karl Held
Production:CBS Productions, Paisano Productions, TCF Television Productions.
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