''The DeJon Caper''Season 1976-77 Menu''Iron Ships And Dead Men''


''The Night Demon''


Production Number........................45441
Filmed.........................MARCH 1-9, 1977
Aired...........................MARCH 23, 1977
Written by.....................JUSTIN EDGERTON
Directed by.......................ALAN J. LEVI
Produced by....................KENNETH JOHNSON

Starring
Jaime Sommers...................LINDSAY WAGNER
Guest Stars
Thomas Bearclaw.....................JEFF COREY
Hawkins.............................JOHN QUADE
Special Guest Star
Lyle Cannon......................GARY LOCKWOOD
Co-Starring
Sgt. Don Woods.................HOWARD McGILLIN
Captain Anders.................J. JAY SAUNDERS
Non-Screen Credit
Jaime Stunt Double...............RITA EGELSTON
Jaime Stunt Driver...............REGINA PARTON

While visiting the ranch of Indian lore expert Thomas Bearclaw, Jaime is haunted by a legendary Indian burial demon.



Executive Producer...............HARVE BENNETT
Created for Television by......KENNETH JOHNSON
Associate Producer..............CRAIG SCHILLER
Executive Story Consultant.........ARTHUR ROWE
Music Score........................JOE HARNELL
Theme...........................JERRY FIELDING
Director of Photography............GENE TALVIN
Art Director....................CHUCK R. DAVIS
Set Decorations.................GARY J. MORENO
Assistant Director................THOMAS BLANK
Unit Manager.....................RALPH SARIEGO
Film Editors...............JACK W. SCHOENGARTH
....................................ALAN MARKS
Sound..........................JAMES F. ROGERS
Filmed in.........................TECHNICOLOR®
Sound Effects Editor...............KYLE WRIGHT
Music Editor..................HERBERT D. WOODS
Costume Designer.................CHARLES WALDO
Titles & Optical Effects.......UNIVERSAL TITLE
Based on the Novel "CYBORG" by...MARTIN CAIDIN
Produced in Association with..................
.......HARVE BENNETT PRODUCTIONS and UNIVERSAL
Copyright ©1977 by UNIVERSAL CITY STUDIOS INC.



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Episode Trailer

First Aired March 16, 1977




Production Notes

SET CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATE
This Set Estimate Estimate shows a proposed breakdown of sets needed, the scenes in which they will be used, the estimated cost for each set, and the set's location.






Trivia

At the beginning of Act I, we see Jaime listening to Buck Buckley's song "Fly Like An Eagle" on her car radio. Sung by Hoyt Axton, the song was first heard in "Road To Nashville".


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