Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. played the parts of "special agents of all branches of the federal
government, who daily risk their lives to protect the lives of all of us... to guard our welfare and
our liberties, they must remain nameless - The Silent Men!" At each episode, Fairbanks checked
in with his chief, played by either William Conrad or Herb Butterfield. Regulars included
Virginia Gregg, Raymond Burr, Lou Merrill, Lurene Tuttle, Paul Frees and John Dehner. Don
Stanley was the announcer. The show was produced and directed by Warren Lewis, who wrote
many of the scripts along with Joel Murcott. The series ran on NBC.