77 Sunset Strip (1958–1964)
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Walk Among Tigers 

Stu uncovers a trap, when he searches a train crash for a client's belongings.


Robert Sparr


Paul Savage


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Efrem Zimbalist Jr. ... Stuart Bailey
Roger Smith ... Jeff Spencer (credit only)
Edd Byrnes ... Kookie (credit only)
Louis Quinn ... Pete Roscoe (credit only)
Jacqueline Beer ... Suzanne Fabry (credit only)
Robert Logan ... J.R. Hale (credit only)
Allan Jones ... Endicott Fellows
Kaye Elhardt Kaye Elhardt ... Martha Emerson
Warren Stevens ... Smits
Earl Hammond Earl Hammond ... Conley
Ann Robinson ... Manager (Woman)
William Woodson William Woodson ... J.M. Dorman
Byron Keith ... Lt. Roy Gilmore
Harry Holcombe ... Mr. Storey
Tim Rooney ... Bellboy (as Timothy Rooney)


Stu uncovers a trap, when he searches a train crash for a client's belongings.

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Action | Crime | Drama





Release Date:

19 April 1963 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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I Get A Kick Out Of You
Written by Cole Porter
[Heard in background in hotel lobby]
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Cold War Caper; one of the series' best
17 June 2018 | by lavineelliotSee all my reviews

WALK AMONG TIGERS comes pretty late in the 5th season, when interest in the show was waning and most of the episodes were mediocre at best. This one (along with a few other random gems from this penultimate season) truly shines. Top-notch cold war caper with Bailey operating without any of the casual and generally useless assistance from his cast-mates. He's brought in to investigate a mysterious cache of missing money after a train crash takes the life of a beloved and famous American patriot. The mystery unravels in a terse fashion with heavy dollops of film noir touches along the way. Dialogue is tough and believable with excellent performances from the largely unfamiliar guest cast; one notable presence is Ann Robinson, who turns up in a small but nicely turned role. The twist near the end is unexpected and rings with a melancholy note of reality. If you're already a fan of the show, this one will really impress.

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