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"Natchez Blues, The" -- The only song jazz pianist "Fingers" Felton ever managed to teach his student, Alexander Scott -- well, almost. (CB#4)
Nasution -- Anti-Communist Indonesian general nicknamed Old Tiger, who escaped a Chinese assassination attempt in 1965 and orchestrated the massacre of 170,000 Communists in Indonesia by way of a reprisal. Mentioned in Masterstroke.
Nepomutheno, Juan -- Once Hermann Goering's curator, he became a convent gardener and took a vow of silence as part of his effort to protect $14 million worth of art stolen by the Nazis, in "Get Thee To A Nunnery". Played by Martin Garralaga.
Nezhmet -- Bashik's child bride in "Sparrowhawk". Played by Andrea Darvi.
Nolan, Jeanette -- Appeared as two different characters in "Danny Was A Million Laughs" and "The Conquest of Maude Murdoch." Born 12.30.11 in Los Angeles, died 6.5.98, Los Angeles. Nolan made her radio debut in 1932, and her film debut opposite Orson Welles in Lady Macbeth (1948); her other films include April Love (1957), The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962), Avalanche (1978) and Cloak & Dagger (1984). She guest-starred in dozens of TV series such as You Are There, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Perry Mason, Gunsmoke, Dr. Kildare, The Fugitive, The Name of the Game, Mannix, Hart to Hart and The Love Boat. She provided the screams for "mother" in the film Psycho.
Nyby, Christian -- (1913-1993) With Earl Bellamy directed the majority of the third-season episodes. Nyby was the director of "Cops and Robbers", "Let's Kill Karlovassi", "The Honorable Assassins", "Red Sash of Courage", "Oedipus at Colonnus", "The Lotus Eater", "Anyplace I Hang Myself is Home", "Shana", "The Spy Business", "Carmelita is One of Us" and "Pinwheel". Also directed episodes for such series as Lassie, Wagon Train, Rawhide, The Twilight Zone, The Fugitive, The FBI, The Jimmy Stewart Show, Emergency and Kojak, as well as films like Operation CIA and The Thing from Another World. In addition, Nyby was editor for films such as The Big Sky, Red River, The Big Sleep,To Have and Have Not and Destination Tokyo.
Old Man of Ishmakhan -- Radical Islamic leader suspected of involvement in a plot to start an Islamic Jihad in "Oedipus at Colonus". He is the chief target in The Jahbad's elaborate scheme to wreak vengeance on those who betrayed him many years before, and is killed by The Jahbad's gunmen, along with many other Islamic leaders.
One Above, The -- An associate of Zarkas, this old man is said to be the best shot in all of Greece, and demonstrates it when he picks off the three enemy agents who ambush Robinson, Scott and Zarkas on the road to Macedonia in "The Beautiful Children". He is also fond of shooting out car tires at random. Played by Guiseppe Paganelli.
Operation Destiny -- The plot devised by Force One to start World War III, after which the neo-fascist group intends to take over the world. (I Spy #1) Over one thousand people in five countries are scheduled to participate in the complex, global operation. The operation centers around the smuggling of over 500 fake fire extinguishers containing Tabun into the Pentagon. Once the Tabun was released (by secret transmitter), and thousands were killed, the U.S. would react by launching a "counterattack" against the USSR, starting a global war.
Owen Maclean Foundation -- Humanitarian organization that brought medical and other aid to poverty-stricken peoples in Southeast Asia. ("The War Lord").
Oringer, Barry -- Wrote the episodes "A Gift from Alexander", "One of Our Bombs Is Missing", "Blackout" and "The Medarra Block". Orringer also wrote for series like The Fugitive and The F.B.I. He penned the script for the TV movie Hotel and wrote for the subsequent series. He was the producer of the '70s series Serpico.