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THE SERIES:
The Untouchables


October 15, 1959 - September 10, 1963 (ABC)

Controversial, hour-long crime drama based on the real-life 1930's Treasury agent Eliot Ness and his group nicknamed "The Untouchables". Produced by Desilu Studios and starring Robert Stack as Ness.


THE EPISODE:
The Rusty Heller Story


Original Air Date:
October 13, 1960
Director: Walter E. Grauman
Teleplay: Leonard Kantor
Producer: Josef Shaftel
Cast: Robert Stack (Eliot Ness); Nicholas Georgiade (Enrico Rossi); Abel Fernandez (William Youngfellow); Paul Picerni (Lee Hobson); Steve London (Jack Roseman).
Guest Stars: Elizabeth Montgomery (Rusty Heller); Harold J. Stone (Charles "Pops" Fletcher); David White (Archie Grayson); Norman Fell (Reiner); Betty Garde (Alice); Linda Watkins (Flora); John Duke (Marty); Allison Hayes (Mrs. Charles "Pops" Fletcher); John Close (Gordie); Pete Candoli (Spokesman); George DeNormand (Assistant D.A.)

Synopsis:
Gangster Charles "Pops" Fletcher and his lawyer Archie Grayson are set to take over from Al Capone who's on trial for tax evasion. Will Rusty Heller be the key to everyone's downfall, including her own? Montgomery stars as southern prostitute Rusty Heller in an Emmy-nominated performance. Point of interest: David White, who would play 'Larry Tate' on
Bewitched four years later, co-stars here.


PHOTOS:
David White & EM