The F.B.I.

Season 3 Episode 1

The Gold Card

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Sep 17, 1967 on ABC
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The Gold Card
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Erskine joins a syndicate poker game that may cost him his life: All the players have been marked for death.

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William Stevens (II)

William Stevens (II)

 

Guest Star

Paul Lukather

Paul Lukather

Phil

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L.Q. Jones

L.Q. Jones

Wesley Davis

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Roy Engel

Roy Engel

 

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Larry Gates

Larry Gates

Paul Nichols

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David Brandon

David Brandon

 

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    • Case numbers where also eliminated from episodes from this season until the shows final season in 1974.

    • The FBI Mission statement used in the 1965-1966 and the 1966-1967 season was omitted. But, the prologue to the episodes was still being used until the 1971-1972 season.

    • From this episode until the end of the series run in 1974. The Capital Dome outline was replaced by the outline of The FBI Shield. The ACT I, II, III, IV and The Epilog was still used.

    • With this episode, the Quinn Martin/Warner Bros. Production was no longer used since Warner Bros. acquisition by Seven Arts productions and it was now by being titled "The FBI, A Quinn Martin Production".

      Warner Bros. Seven Arts still produced the show.

    • In 1967 Warner Bros. studios was now called Warner Bros. Seven Arts. At the end of the credits the "WB" logo was replaced by a stylized "W7" logo.

    • This episode marks the introduction of Special Agent Tom Colby, played by William Reynolds. He would stay on from seasons three to eight.

    • Fine views of the 1963 Ford Ambo (blue/white).

    • The good inspector goes undercover as a "silent partner" in a high stakes poker game in Nevada. His partner wins $1,000,000 and (of course)the inspector solves the case!

    • Starting with this episode, the opening of the FBI "acts". The silhouette of the Capital Dome was replace with the outline of the FBI Shield. this process was used for the rest of the shows run.

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