The F.B.I./Tug-of-War

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Tug-of-War
Season 5, Episode 16
Airdate December 28, 1969
Written by Mark Weingart
Directed by Don Medford
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Tug-of-War is the sixteenth episode of the fifth season of The F.B.I., and the one hundred twenty-ninth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Dean Harens (S.A.C. Bryan Durant), Lew Brown (S.A.C. Allen Bennett), John Ward (Goss), Mark Allen (the guard), Tom Palmer (Mr. Taback), Don Gordon (Aaron Taylor), Frank Campanella (Ned Raven), Frank Christi (Milo Pike), Harrison Page (the car wash attendant), James Seay (the U.S. Commissioner), Bill Cort (Agent), Jim McKrell (S.A.C. Greene), Michele Carey (Meredith Schader), Barry Nelson (Val Palmer), Robert McQueeney (shooting victim), Michele Carey (Meredith Schaeffer)

Contents

Plot Overview

The attempted murder of a stockbroker in a Chicago car wash leads Erskine to a Syndicate scheme to blackmail stockbrokers into stealing stocks.

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Characters

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Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

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