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Dales, Arthur -- Writer of the episodes "Danny Was A Million Laughs" and "Suitable for Framing." He also wrote for Ben Casey and Kung Fu.
Davis, Shana -- She worked at Alamagordo, where she stole a sample of experimental rocket fuel and was willing to exchange it for her brother, who was an American agent captured behind the Iron Curtain, in "Shana". When she discovered that her brother was dead, she refused to cooperate, but was tortured into revealing the location of the flask of fuel. Robinson and Scott rescued her and she was escorted back to the States, presumably to face charges for betraying her country. She was also the subject of at least two paintings by artist/enemy agent Indris, one of which was purchased by American agent Rogers before he was killed. Played by Gloria Foster.
De Pierrefeu, Dr. -- One of the agronomists kidnapped by freelance spy Karafatma in "Turkish Delight".
Demain -- The man who ran Force One. (His name means "tomorrow" in French.) Operation Destiny wass his brainchild. He was described as graying, crew-cut, ramrod erect, a man who walked and talked like a soldier. At a party thrown by Etienne Sarigny, he was introduced to Kelly Robinson as an American investor named Theodore Morrow.
Denaldi Gallery -- Acapulco art gallery where Rogers bought the painting by Indris of Shana Davis in "Shana".
Dennis, Robert C.-- Wrote the episodes "Always Say Goodbye", "The Conquest of Maude Murdock" and (with Earl Barrett) "Carmelita Is One of Us". Dennis also wrote for such series as Perry Mason, The Rifleman, The Untouchables, The Fugitive, The Outer Limits, Get Smart, The Wild Wild West, Cannon, Barnaby Jones, Hawaii Five-O, Harry O, Charlie's Angels, Kojak and Matt Houston. He was creator of the 1954 series Passport to Danger.
Department, The -- The name of the organization for which Kelly Robinson and Alexander Scott work. The Department seems to be affiliated with the Pentagon; the agents occasionally receive their orders from high-ranking military officers. (In the paperback tie-ins, John Tiger has Robinson and Scott working for the Central Intelligence Agency.)
Desert Canyon Hotel, The -- Upscale resort hotel where the fake Kelly and Scotty met Lazlos Gagny and his daughter Jolie in "Will the Real Good Guys Please Stand Up". The Desert Canyon was also the location for much of "So Coldly Sweet".
Diaz, Umberto -- Carriage driver in Seville, Spain, who was killed -- presumably by Boris -- before he could be questioned by Robinson and Scott regarding the events of the evening that Kelly spent with murdered Russian ballerina Zili Markova. ("Blackout")
Didier, Janine -- Well-educated daughter of the late Claude Didier, career diplomat and former French ambassador in both Berlin and Moscow, and stepdaughter of Etienne Sarigny. Janine was 25 at the time of the events described in Masterstroke, dark-haired and clear-eyed, stylish and graceful. She was multilingual and worked as a translator for the Gallimard publishing house. Pierre Gregory was her brother's classmate; that's why Gregory asked her to introduce him to some people suspected of associations with les Ultras, a right-wing terrorist movement. One of these individuals was Sarigny. Janine lived at 26 Rue de Solforino, Paris.
Dimbleby, Claire -- Pierre Gregory's British girlfriend, who lived at 114 Rue Pigalle. That address turned out to be a nightclub called Chez les Artistes. Claire was blonde, 5' 9" tall, with a small scar slightly below her navel, and spoke with a Yorkshire accent. (Masterstroke) She was the leader of a nude chamber music group, and 22 years old, having been a showgirl since 15, first at London's Windmill, then at Eve on the Rue Fontaine. Robinson questioned her about Gregory before saving her from a burst of automatic weapons fire through the dressing room window.
Dixon, Ivan -- Born in New York, NY in 1931, Dixon played Elroy Brown in "So Long, Patrick Henry." He has appeared in such films as Porgy and Bess, A Raisin in the Sun and A Patch of Blue. He has also guest-starred in numerous television series, including Dr. Kildare, Perry Mason, The Outer Limits, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., The Fugitive, Hogan's Heroes and The Name of the Game. As a director his credits include the 1972 film Trouble Man and episodes for shows like The Rockford Files, Starsky & Hutch, Bionic Woman, Magnum P.I., The Greatest American Hero, The A-Team and In the Heat of the Night.
Domino -- The name for the team of Kelly Robinson and Alexander Scott, used in the books by John Tiger, but not mentioned in the television series.
Domino, Mr. -- At Mrs. Tumbrill's Georgetown garden party in Masterstroke, Scott spoke to a man representing "Mr. Domino," who wanted to inform Kelly Robinson that the Cocoa Beach tournament had been postponed. In fact, the call was to inform Robinson and Scott that they had an assignment that wass of the utmost urgency. (The codeword Cocoa signified an emergency.)
Dragon One -- The two-word radio message picked up by a Nationalist Chinese U-2 on a mission over Red China, signifying that the People's Republic had produced their first hydrogen bomb. (Masterstroke)