I am putting this new query up as the dedicated thread to this short-lived (three-season long) show - a sort of Mad Men of the publishing world, from what I got in a 2018 Hollywood Reporter article about the 50th anniversary of its premiere - has been put under lock and key - but it has to do with the opening title sequence backed by the jazzy 7/4 time theme composed by Dave Grusin (of which a different version appeared each season). Most episodes, unfortunately as packaged in recent years when it was shown anywhere, use the same opening, drawn from a first-season Robert Stack episode where the order of the leads was shown as him (with his name cleverly "stacked" up and down by the artists who worked at Universal Title, before going to his two-tone image in multiple layers), followed by Gene Barry and Tony Franciosa - regardless of who headline a given episode. But as on one of the Barry episodes as originally aired in Season 2, and shown on YouTube, make clear, the order on that episode's opening title segment was Barry, Franciosa and Stack. My question (for those who might know) involve those few and far between episodes (compared to the other two leads) with Mr. Franciosa (and, after he was fired midway into Season 3, those who were rotating replacements such as Robert Culp, Peter Falk, Robert Wagner and even Suzanne Pleshette). It is a given he would have come first, with the column of "Tony's" stacked up and "Franciosa's" stacked down in a see-saw pattern, on its way to the multiple images of him breaking off after the zoom up. But who would have followed in the order of such episodes - Stack and Barry, or the other way around? I've searched in vain on YT for such examples.