Passport to Danger (1954–1958)

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The adventures of a U.S. diplomatic courier, as he travels to distant countries with important communiques to America's allies and dodges enemy agents.

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The adventures of a U.S. diplomatic courier, as he travels to distant countries with important communiques to America's allies and dodges enemy agents.

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Every week Cesar Romero has an adventure in an exotic locale
5 March 2003 | by (Unionville, Louisiana) – See all my reviews

1954 brought the first TV station KSLA to Shreveport, LA and my family bought its first TV set. Since Cesar Romero was one of my mother's favorite actors we never missed an episode. At the beginning of the program it was interesting to me to see his passport stamped as to a 9 year old the idea of visiting foreign places was, well foreign. Each week Cesar's character Steve McQuinn, he never looked like a McQuinn, would find himself in different intrigues in exotic locales, but by his wit, continental sophistication and resourcefulness would always escape to fall into similar trouble the next week. I have fond memories of the show as being exciting, but they may be the memories of a 9 year old who had never been anywhere.


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