77 Sunset Strip/Never to Have Loved

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Never to Have Loved
Season 5, Episode 36
Airdate June 14, 1963
Teleplay by Harold Jack Bloom
Story by Robert J. Shaw
Directed by William Conrad
Produced by William Conrad
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Never to Have Loved is the thirty-sixth episode of the fifth season of 77 Sunset Strip, and the one hundred eighty-sixth episode overall.

Starring: Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. (Stuart Bailey), Roger Smith (Jeff Spencer) (credit only), Edward Byrnes (Gerald "Kookie" Kookson III)

Co-Starring: Louis Quinn (Roscoe) (credit only), Jacqueline Beer (Suzanne Fabray) (credit only)

and Robert Logan (J.R. Hale) (credit only)

Additional Cast: Albert Paulsen (Toller Vengrin), Philip Abbott (Tom Carlyle), Virginia Christine (Greta Haggman), Jerome Cowan (Stan Regal), Stacy Harris (Ralph Durbin), Booth Colman (Judge Taylor), Bill Zuckert (Sgt. Steve Ripley), Barney Phillips (Wilkens), Robert Knapp (The Director)

and Patricia Rainier (Margrit Strom)

Contents

Plot Overview

A studio head asks Stu and Kookie to intervene when a Swedish film star who's making her American debut is being harassed by her former director. Things become complicated when they discover that he is not only her director, but her husband, and even more complicated when Kookie starts to develop feelings for her. When the man is shot to death while rehearsing a scene with her, she's charged with murder, and now Stu and Kookie must prove that someone else switched the blanks in the gun for real ammunition.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Last appearance of Edward Byrnes as Kookie.

Also, the true end of an era...this is the last episode with the famous 'finger snapping' theme song. There will be other changes to come for the series' abbreviated final season.

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes