The Rogues 127 Wherefore Art Thou, Harold? (21 Mar 1965)
The Rogues is about a family of confidence tricksters who rob extremely wealthy individuals who thought nothing about the people they stepped on in making their fortunes. The main members of the gang are all cousins and include two Englishmen (David Niven and Robert Coote), a Frenchman (Charles Boyer) and an American (Gig Young). One of them would generally take the lead role in each episode.
In this episode, Auntie Margaret enlists the family's help for a friend who is being evicted from her home by a publisher who wants to get his hands on copies of valuable first editions that go with the house. Tony & Marcel set out to sell him a fake Shakespeare first edition, a forgery that Timmy did in the bard's own handwriting years earlier.
Gig Young as Tony Fleming
Robert Coote as Timmy Fleming
Charles Boyer as Marcel St. Clair
Gladys Cooper as Auntie Margaret
Principal Guest Stars:
Barbara Eden as Sally Cardew
Estelle Winwood as Lady Rachel
Robert Webber as Guy Gabriel
John Abbott as Sir Egbert
Robert Phillips as Ben Spector
Writers: Richard DeRoy and Stephen Kandel
Story: Richard DeRoy
Director: Lewis Allen