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O'Hara, United States Treasury: Operation Cobra

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(CBS, 4/2/1971, 120 mins). Narcotics agents break up a dope smuggling ring in the standard, efficient, Jack Web produced manner. David Janssen went on to play O’Hara in the 1971-72 series, upholding law and order valiantly.

Production Companies Mark VII Ltd., Universal Television. Director Jack Webb. Executive Producers Jack Webb, James E. Moser. Producer Leonard B. Kaufman. Teleplay James E. Moser. Photography Alric Edens. Music Ray Heindorf, William Lava. Song “U.S. Treasury March” by Ray Heindorf. Editor Warren H. Adams. Art Director William D. DeCinces. Associate Producer William Stark. Aerial Photography James Gavin.

Cast David Janssen (James O’Hara), Lana Wood (Fran Harper), Jerome Thor (Marty Baron), Gary Crosby (Harry Fish), Charles McGraw (Agent Joe Flagg), Jack Ging (Agent Garrick), Stacy Harris (Agent Ben Hazzard), William Conrad (Keegan), Jim B. Smith (Phil Phillips), Michael Road (Russ Novack), John Davis Chandler (Al Garver/henchman), Burt Mustin (Len Clancy), Timothy Brown (Tim Shelley), John McCook (Captain Shafer), Ed Peck (George Foley), Joe E. Tata (Special Agent Bertino), James McEachin (Timothy), Jack Webb (Foreword spoken by).

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