The F.B.I.

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The F.B.I. is an American television series broadcast on ABC from 1965 to 1974. It was sponsored by the Ford Motor Company, and the characters usually drove Ford vehicles in the series. Alcoa and American Tobacco Company were also sponsors during the first season.

The F.B.I. is an American television series broadcast on ABC from 1965 to 1974. It was sponsored by the Ford Motor Company, and the characters usually drove Ford vehicles in the series. Alcoa and American Tobacco Company were also sponsors during the first season.

Original Release

09/16/1965 on ABC

Cast

# Title Air Date
1 The Big Job Sunday, 16 September 1973
2 The Confession Sunday, 30 September 1973
3 Break-In Sunday, 07 October 1973
4 The Pay-Off Sunday, 14 October 1973
5 The Exchange Sunday, 21 October 1973
6 Tower of Terror Sunday, 28 October 1973
7 Fatal Reunion Sunday, 04 November 1973
8 Rules of the Game Sunday, 18 November 1973
9 Fool's Gold Sunday, 25 November 1973
10 The Killing Truth Sunday, 09 December 1973
11 The Bought Jury Sunday, 16 December 1973
12 Ransom Sunday, 30 December 1973
13 A Piece of the Action Sunday, 06 January 1974
14 Selkirk's War Sunday, 27 January 1974
15 The Betrayal Sunday, 03 February 1974
16 The Animal Sunday, 17 February 1974
17 The Two Million Dollar Hit Sunday, 24 February 1974
18 Diamond Run Sunday, 10 March 1974
19 Deadly Ambition Sunday, 17 March 1974
20 The Lost Man Sunday, 24 March 1974
21 The Vendetta Sunday, 07 April 1974
22 Confessions of a Madman Sunday, 14 April 1974
23 Survival Sunday, 28 April 1974
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Directors

Virgil W. Vogel, Don Medford, Jesse Hibbs, William Hale, Christian Nyby, Ralph Senensky, Robert Douglas, Robert Day, Philip Abbott, Gene Nelson, William A. Graham, Seymour Robbie, Paul Wendkos, William Wiard, Earl Bellamy, Michael O'Herlihy, Walter Grauman, Lewis Allen, Carl Barth, Marc Daniels, Lawrence Dobkin, Arnold Laven, George McCowan, Nicholas Webster, Philip Leacock, Alvin Ganzer, Allen Reisner, Alexander Singer, Joseph Sargent, Richard Donner, Harvey Hart, Gunnar Hellstrom, Bernard McEveety, Herschel Daugherty, Michael Caffey

Writers

Mark Rodgers, Robert Heverly, Mark Weingart, Gerald Sanford, Norman Jolley, Ed Waters, Don Brinkley, Charles Larson, Robert Malcolm Young, Robert M. Young, Robert Leslie Bellem, Calvin Clements Sr., Andy Lewis, Anthony Spinner, Norman Lessing, E. Arthur Kean, David W. Rintels, Warren Duff, Jack Turley, Dick Nelson, Robert W. Lenski, John D.F. Black, Robert C. Dennis, Paul Schneider, Robert I. Holt, Irv Pearlberg, Leonard Kantor, Richard H. Landau, Benjamin Masselink, Robert Soderberg, Daniel B. Ullman, Barry Oringer, S.S. Schweitzer, Albert Aley, Ron Bishop, Arthur Heinemann, John W. Bloch, Robert J. Shaw, Peter Allan Fields, Robert Lewin, Gene L. Coon, Richard Morgan, Samuel Newman, Anthony Wilson, Oscar Millard, Jerrold L. Ludwig, Donald S. Sanford, Tom Seller, Harold Jack Bloom, Alvin Sapinsley, Howard Dimsdale, Edward J. Lakso, Shirl Hendryx, David Duncan, Jackson Gillis, Lee Erwin, Jo Pagano, Herman Groves, Barré Lyndon, John McGreevey, Norman Hudis, Francis M. Cockrell, Richard Sale, Jim Byrnes, William Fay, Frank Crow, Earl Mack, Penrod Smith, Edward V. Monaghan, Norman Borisoff, Jack Hawn, Jonathan Box, Robert Bloomfield, Theodore Apstein, Michael Fisher, Sy Salkowitz, Mann Rubin, Mel Goldberg, Ken Kolb, Arthur Weingarten, Sam Ross, William Bruckner, John Furia, Palmer Thompson, Judy Burns, Franklin Barton, David H. Vowell

Cast

Producers

Editors

Marston Fay, Jodie Copelan, Jerry Young, Thomas Neff, Donald Hoskinson, Michael Brown, Ray Daniels, Ben Young, Michael Tolan, Walter Hannemann, Bob Piercy

1969 Golden Globe Best TV Star - Male Nominated
1969 Emmy Outstanding Dramatic Series Nominated
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