Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The Cartwrights play host to two members of the Russian aristocracy, Count Alexis (Warren Stevens) and Countess Elena (Claire Griswold). Meanwhile, Russian-expatriate outlaw Peters (Lloyd Bochner) has other plans in store for the Count and Countess. The object of Peters' avaricious scheme are the Czar's crown jewels. Originally shown on April 2, 1967, "The Prince" was written by John Hawkins and Melvin Levy.