Cain's Hundred


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Cain's Hundred is an American crime drama series that aired on NBC from 1961 to 1962. The series was produced by Vanadas Productions, Inc. in association with MGM Television. Cain's Hundred follows the life of Nicholas Cain (Peter Mark Richman) a former lawyer for the mob. After becoming engaged, Cain decides to leave his life of crime behind him. After leaving the underworld, a mob boss puts out a hit on him, but mistakenly kills Cain's fiancée, Stella (Carol Rossen), instead. Cain then teams up with the F.B.I. to find and bring 100 mobsters to justice.

Created by Paul Monash

Written by

Eliot Asinof

Franklin Barton

George Bellak

Joe Calvelli

Robert Culp

Robert C. Dennis

Fred Freiberger

Mel Goldberg

David Karp

Norma Katkov

Daniel Mainwaring

Dave Malloy

Paul Monash

E. Jack Neuman

Les Pine

Jim Thompson

Directed by

Tom Gries

Irvin Kershner

Buzz Kulik

John Peyser

Sydney Pollack

Boris Sagal

Starring Peter Mark Richman

Theme music composer Jerry Goldsmith

Composer(s) Jerry Goldsmith

Fred Steiner

Morton Stevens

Jeff Alexander

Country of origin United States

Language(s) English

No. of seasons 1

No. of episodes 30

Production

Executive producer(s) Paul Monash

Producer(s) Charles Russell

Running time 60 mins.

Broadcast

Original channel NBC

Picture format Black-and-white

Audio format Monaural

Original run September 19, 1961 – May 15, 1962

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