George Montgomery and with Richard Boone (seen here), Wichita starred Joel McCrea and Vera Miles, The Naked Street starred Farley Granger, Anne Bancroft and Anthony Quinn and The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell starred Gary Cooper.
Constance Ford in a 1956 episode of The Millionaire, in which he plays a struggling artist whose wife has faith in him though her mother protests otherwise.
right here! His long-suffering wife in the film was played by Bethel Leslie.
Alain Delon in the western romp Texas Across the River in 1966 and the following year was selected to play Doris Day's leading man in her latest confection, The Ballad of Josie. The cattle-rancher versus sheep-farmer frolic was among the least favorite of Day's films, though she liked the people working on it with her. (Her husband had signed her to the project without discussing it with her first!)
Barbara Bain and Peter Lupus. After 28 episodes the first season, Hill parted ways from the show when his religious beliefs prevented him from working the hours that were scheduled for the complicated spy program. Graves came on as his replacement (without any sort of acknowledgement in the story) and stayed for the duration.
Joan Collins. Their bit of romance was uncharacteristic for the show, which generally downplayed personal feeling in lieu of complex strategy, precise planning and mechanical marvels.