The F.B.I.

Season 1 Episode 24

The Man Who Went Mad by Mistake

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Mar 06, 1966 on ABC
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The Man Who Went Mad by Mistake
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Scheduled to go on trial for fraud against the Government, Mark Tabor jumps bail and goes into hiding after the crime syndicate makes an attempt on his life to insure he's not testifying. Case file #115-28414-T - Mark Stephen Tabor - Bond Default, Fraud Against The Government, Unlawful Flight.moreless

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    J.D. Cannon

    J.D. Cannon

    Mark Tabor

    Guest Star

    Michael Conrad

    Michael Conrad

    Paul Hogan

    Guest Star

    Robert Chapman

    Robert Chapman

    Special Agent Combria

    Guest Star

    Anthony Eisley

    Anthony Eisley

    Special Agent Kirby Greene

    Recurring Role

    Simon Scott

    Simon Scott

    John Goddard

    Recurring Role

    Harold Gould

    Harold Gould

    Arnold Bruzzi

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      • Michael Conrad was known for his portrayal of SGT. Phil Esterhaus in the 1980's cop show "Hill Street Blues".

      • J.D. Cannon was well known for playing Chief of Detectives Peter B. Clifford, NYPD on the TV series McCloud.

      • The good inspector goes undercover as a mental patient to see if the bad guy (Tabor) is faking a mental breakdown to avoid testifying in a federal case. The question never answered was if Tabor were truly faking or if he did indeed have a dehabilitating mental condition. So maybe he did not go "mad by mistake."

        By the way, no interesting cars.

      • This is Anthony Eisley´s only appearance as Special Agent Kirby Greene; the part was later played by Grant Williams, James McKrell, and Phil Dean. Eisley went on to play Special Agent Chester "Chet" Randolph in more than a dozen episodes of "The F.B.I.".

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