List of Surfside 6 episodes

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Margarita Sierra as Cha Cha

The following is the cast and a list of episodes for Surfside 6, the 1960 detective television series starring Troy Donahue, Van Williams, and Lee Patterson, and co-starring Diane McBain and Margarita Sierra:

Cast[edit]

Sandy Winfield II: Troy Donahue
Kenny Madison: Van Williams
Dave Thorne: Lee Patterson
Daphne Dutton: Diane McBain
Cha Cha O'Brien: Margarita Sierra

Season one[edit]

No. Title Initial airing Director Writer(s)
1 "Country Gentleman" October 3, 1960 Irving J. Moore M.L. Schumann & Anne Howard Bailey
2 "High Tide" (with Gregg Palmer) October 10, 1960 Montgomery Pittman Montgomery Pittman & Robert J. Shaw
3 "The Clown" October 17, 1960 Leslie H. Martinson Lee Loeb
4 "According to Our Files" October 24, 1960 George Waggner Philip Saltzman & Richard DeRoy
5 "Local Girl" October 31, 1960 Charles R. Rondeau Richard DeRoy
6 "Par-a-kee" November 7, 1960 William J. Hole Jr. William L. Stuart
7 "Deadly Male" November 14, 1960 Charles R. Rondeau Lee Loeb
8 "Power of Suggestion" November 21, 1960 Irving J. Moore László Görög
9 "Odd Job" November 28, 1960 Robert Douglas William L. Stuart
10 "The International Net" December 5, 1960 William J. Hole Jr. Dean Riesner
11 "The Frightened Canary" December 12, 1960 Charles R. Rondeau Sonya Roberts
12 "Girl in the Galleon" (with Dean Fredericks) December 19, 1960 Frank Baur Charles Hoffman & Oliver Gard
13 "Bride and Seek" December 26, 1960 Charles F. Haas Anne Howard Bailey
14 "Little Star Lost" January 2, 1961
15 "Heels over Head" January 9, 1961 John Ainsworth Michael Cramoy
16 "Facts on the Fire" with Robert Knapp January 16, 1961 Charles R. Rondeau Al C. Ward
17 "Yesterday's Hero" January 23, 1961 Charles R. Rondeau Richard DeRoy
18 "Thieves Among Honor" January 30, 1961 Robert Altman Leo Solomon & Anne Howard Bailey
19 "License to Steal" February 6, 1961 Charles R. Rondeau Paul Savage & John D.F. Black
20 "Race Against Time" (with Brad Johnson as Mr. Maxwell) February 13, 1961 Charles R. Rondeau Joanne Court
21 "Black Orange Blossoms" February 20, 1961 Robert B. Sinclair Von Stuart
22 "The Chase" February 27, 1961 Allen Baron Roger Smith & Montgomery Pittman
23 "Ghost of a Chance" (with Russ Conway) March 6, 1961 Frank Baur Gerald Drayson Adams
24 "The Impractical Joker" March 13, 1961
25 "Inside Job" March 20, 1961 Charles R. Rondeau Philip Saltzman
26 "Invitation to a Party" March 27, 1961 Paton Price Erna Lazarus
27 "Spring Training" April 3, 1961 Charles R. Rondeau Ed Jurst & Leo Solomon
28 "Double Image" April 10, 1961
29 "Circumstantial Evidence" April 17, 1961 Allen Baron Anne Howard Bailey
30 "Vengeance Is Bitter" April 24, 1961 Frank Baur Lee Loeb
31 "Little Mister Kelly" (with Ronnie Dapo as Kelly) May 1, 1961 Charles R. Rondeau Erna Lazarus
32 "Spinout at Sebring" May 8, 1961 Charles R. Rondeau Whitman Chambers
33 "The Bhoyo and the Blonde" May 15, 1961 Michael O'Herlihy Sonya Roberts
34 "An Overdose of Justice" May 22, 1961 Michael O'Herlihy Richard DeRoy

Season two[edit]

No. Title Initial airing Director Writer(s)
1 "Count Seven!" September 18, 1961 Richard C. Sarafian William Bruckner
2 "The Wedding Guest" September 25, 1961 Irving J. Moore Philip Saltzman
3 "One for the Road" October 2, 1961 Robert Douglas
4 "Daphne, Girl Detective" October 9, 1961 Leslie Goodwins Herman Groves
5 "The Empty House" October 16, 1961 Robert Douglas Gloria Elmore & Herman Epstein
6 "Witness for the Defense" (with Lon Chaney, Jr. October 23, 1961
7 "Laugh for the Lady" (with Barbara Stuart) October 30, 1961 Leslie Goodwins Erna Lazarus
8 "The Affairs at Hotel Delight" (with Med Flory) November 6, 1961 Robert Douglas Montgomery Pittman
9 "Jonathan Wembley Is Missing" November 13, 1961 Irving J. Moore William Bruckner
10 "The Old School Tie" November 20, 1961 Michael O'Herlihy Gloria Elmore
11 "A Matter of Seconds" (with Ann McCrea) November 27, 1961 George Waggner Stephen Lord
12 "Prescription for Panic" December 4, 1961 Sidney Salkow Douglas Morrow
13 "A Slight Case of Chivalry" December 18, 1961 Harold Schuster Michael Fessier
14 "Pattern for a Frame" December 25, 1961 Irving J. Moore Herman Groves
15 "The Roust" January 1, 1962 Robert Douglas John D.F. Black
16 "The Quarterback" January 8, 1962 Paul Landres Herman Groves
17 "Separate Checks" January 15, 1962 Sidney Salkow Ed Waters
18 "Artful Deceit" January 22, 1962 Charles R. Rondeau John O'Dea & Jack Jacobs
19 "Anniversary Special" January 29, 1962 Robert Douglas Sonya Roberts
20 "The Surfside Swindle" February 5, 1962
21 "Who Is Sylvia?" February 12, 1962
22 "Find Leroy Burdette" February 19, 1962 Robert Douglas Jack Jacobs & John O'Dea
23 "Many a Slip" February 26, 1962 Gunther V. Fritsch Gloria Elmore
24 "The Green Beret" March 5, 1962 Paul Landres Charles B. Smith
25 "Vendetta Arms" March 12, 1962 Robert Sparr Sonya Roberts
26 "A Piece of Tommy Minor" (with Ann McCrea) March 19, 1962 Richard Benedict John O'Dea
27 "Portrait of Nicole" March 26, 1962 Otto Lang Glenn Wolfe & Sol Stein
28 "Elegy for a Bookkeeper" April 2, 1962 Paul Landres Herman Groves
29 "The Money Game" April 9, 1962 George Waggner Frederic Brady & Gloria Elmore
30 "Irish Pride" April 16, 1962 Sidney Salkow Ed Waters
31 "Green Bay Riddle" April 23, 1962 Jeffrey Hayden Herb Purdum
32 "Love Song for a Deadly Redhead" (with Bobby Troup, Grace Lee Whitney, and Clegg Hoyt) April 30, 1962 Richard Benedict Dean Reiser
33 "Dead Heat" May 7, 1962
34 "Squeeze Play" May 14, 1962
35 "A Private Eye for Beauty" May 21, 1962
36 "Masquerade" May 28, 1962
37 "Pawn's Gambit" June 4, 1962 Jeffrey Hayden Herman Groves
38 "The Neutral Corner" June 11, 1962 Jeffrey Hayden William Bruckner
39 "House on Boca Key" June 18, 1962 Robert Sparr Herman Groves
40 "Midnight for Prince Charming" June 25, 1962 George Waggner Ken Pettus


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