(aka Dateline Europe )
(aka Overseas Adventures)
(aka Cross Current )
(1951 - 1955)
Crime / Drama / Suspense
Cast: Jerome Thor as Robert Cannon
Sydna Scott as Helen Davis
Gerald Mohr as Christopher Storm
James Daly as Michael Powers
Foreign Intrigue was set in post-World WarII Europe and dealt with spies and various other shady underworld characters. There were three separate series from 1951 to 1955.
Foreign Intrigue 1: Dateline Europe (1951 - 1953) starred Jerome Thor and Sydna Scott.
Foreign Intrigue 2: Overseas Adventures (1953 - 1954) starred James Daly and Anne Preville.
Foreign Intrigue 3: Cross Current (1954 - 1955) starred Gerald Mohr as Christopher Storm, owner of Hotel Frontier in Vienna. The series was made in Stockholm, Sweden for US syndication and featured various European locations. The 39 episodes starring Mohr were well-written half-hour shows, well worth re-viewing
Linetski Forest (01/03/1953)
Robert Cannon is about to report on an International tribunal's deliberations of a reported massacre of prisoners. They fail to uncover any evidence, but a nurse gives Robert Cannon a clue to hidden evidence.
Hall of Justice (01/01/1954)
The police have an air-tight case against a hired killer, but become concerned when the murderer encourages them to set an early trial date.
Disaster Relief (02/18/1954)
Michael Powers becomes suspicious when a disaster relief shipment is hurried through customs.
The Confidence Game (10/21/1954)
Christopher Storm aids one of his guests when he gets involved in an innocent card game with a group of gangsters which results in murder. Chris discovers a wallet lost and quickly returned establishes the identity of the victim of an international racket.
Christopher Storm and his newspaper pal, Tony Forest, start playing detective when they learn of a strange and interesting coincidence. The three former fiancees of a lady circus owner have met with death under the big top. Helping Chris is a circus elephant.