15 October 1960
A mobster is murdered, and the main suspect is Julie Fiore, the girlfriend of Big Lou Burnett--the dead man's rival.
22 October 1960
Scott is worried that his old friend Mike Callahan may be the frontman for the illegal rackets of gangster Lucky Marlowe.
29 October 1960
Pat finally exposes how Otto Bauer, a respected figure in the community, is tied in with racketeers, but Bauer adamantly insists that he is being framed.
5 November 1960
A man in jail for murder refuses to divorce his proxy wife. Not only that, he breaks out of prison and goes after both his wife and her lover, intending to kill them both.
12 November 1960
A young girl arrives in New York from the Midwest determined to be a star on the stage, and she'll do whatever it takes to get there--including murder.
19 November 1960
Pat investigates the disappearance of over a million dollars in securities from Lawrence and Co., a leading banking institution known for its conservative business practices.
26 November 1960
A judge is determined to preside over the trial of members of the violent Rossi gang, in spite of the death threats made against him and his family.
3 December 1960
"Dandy" Dan Brady has been released from jail after being framed, and sets out to track down the man who was responsible--his former business partner, Ben Dorschel. Pinky, who's an old friend of Brady's, tries to stop him from getting in any more trouble and winds up getting caught in the middle of a dangerous situation.
10 December 1960
Although Scott suspects that Eugene Jarech is the one who shot a newspaperman, he also believes that more people will be killed before Jarech can be put away.
17 December 1960
Scott looks into a story that a man named Charley has an unerring ability to pick winners at the race track. He finds out that Charley isn't just some racetrack tout, but a respected insurance agent.
7 January 1961
Initernational opera star Paolo Scarpi comes to New York City, but instead of adoring crowds, Pat has a tip that there's a hitman waiting to knock him off.
14 January 1961
Scott plans to use the help of marathon dancer Libby Norton to expose a crooked police captain who's the head of a blackmail ring.
21 January 1961
Pat and Pinky check out a roadhouse outside of town that has a trumpet player named Joe Peabody whom everyone is talking about. Pat notices that Peabody plays the trumpet in the same style as a musician named Buddy Benedict, who was supposed to have been killed by the Chicago mob.
28 January 1961
Weber's, a famous Coney Island hot-dog restaurant, is being pressured by gangster Lou Brazil to buy mustard from him at $100 a gallon. Scott decides to help the owners stand up to Brazil.
Season 1, Episode 15: Two a Day4 February 1961
Pinky scores a major coup by getting booked into the Palace Theater. Pat goes backstage to watch her perform, and notices that escape artist Alonzo the Great is putting the moves on one of the chorus girls. Given the fact that Alonzo's wife is known to be insanely jealous and that she's also backstage someplace, Pat knows that some major trouble could be brewing.
11 February 1961
Pat begins to suspect that Archie Stone, a notorious gambler, is somehow putting pressure on Harwood University football star Johnny Martin to deliberately throw the big game.
18 February 1961
When Pinky is swept off her feet by the handsome and suave King Cole, a professional gambler who claims she brings him good luck, Pat thinks something is fishy, and starts digging around to find out more about Cole and confirm his suspicions.
25 February 1961
A young man is desperate to get his girl to marry him--and decides to try to talk her into it from atop a flagpole.
Season 1, Episode 19: The Vamp4 March 1961
Studio press agent Harry Shayne is skewered by studio boss Max Felix because of some bad publicity that the studio's star, Zelda Valmy, has been getting lately. Furious and angry at Zelda for causing him to lose his job, Harry comes up with a scheme that will permanently ruin her career.
11 March 1961
Mobsters begin trying to take control of the taxicab business, and any drivers who resist find themselves out of business, injured or worse. Copy boy Chris Higbee decides to try to cover the story from the inside by getting a job as a cab driver.
18 March 1961
Young Gerald North III set out to party hard one night and accomplished his goal, with wild women and too much to drink. A hangover isn't the only consequence of his night on the town, though. He finds himself being accused of blackmail and murder.
1 April 1961
Hard-nosed gangster Killer McFadden falls in love with a beautiful mission worker and vows to turn over a new leaf and get out of the rackets. Pat decides to give him a hand.
8 April 1961
A dead cop is found in the car of gangster Frankie Delain, but someone else takes the fall for the murder. Afterward, voodoo devil dolls--with pins sticking out of them--start turning up wherever Frankie goes.
15 April 1961
Anthony Dormer, a passionate young poet, has threatened to assassinate the Queen of Romania, who is in the US on a state visit. Scott wants to find out what's behind Dormer's zeal to kill the woman, and sets up an interview.
22 April 1961
Pinky discovers the body of rich playboy Jay Jameson in his apartment. It turns out that the prime suspect in his murder is the daughter of Pinky's wardrobe mistress.
29 April 1961
Scott's old war buddy, Alvin Jones, claims to be the real-life version of a popular character in a hit song. Scott, trying to help his buddy, winds up getting involved in Alvin's many "misadventures".
6 May 1961
Jim Everly, a young cadet at West Point, has just been jilted by his girlfriend Nancy. He breaks curfew in order to go to the Charleston Club to see Nancy and find out why she dumped him. Things go from bad to worse for Jim when he becomes the witness to a mob murder.
13 May 1961
Pinky falls for a roguish adventurer and bootlegger called "14 Carat John". Scott and Pat don't approve of this situation at all, and set out to break it up.
20 May 1961
Hoping to expose Pinky's new love, "14 Karat" Jones, for the cad he suspects him to be, Scott ships out as a seaman on a rum-runner.
27 May 1961
When a worker on a tunnel project tells Pat that shoddy materials are being used because of graft and corruption, Pat investigates. When the paper runs the story, it winds up getting sued for libel.
Season 1, Episode 31: Royal Tour3 June 1961
Pat runs into a visiting European prince who wants to find out how Americans really live, but he can't get away from all his hangers-on. Pat helps him escape them, and takes him on a tour of Brooklyn. Trouble starts when he falls for a Brooklyn girl named Susie Morris, who already has a boyfriend--who is one of Brooklyn's most notorious gangsters.
Season 2, Episode 1: No Exit7 October 1961
Pat Garrison falls hard for Mona Fenton, the daughter of a powerful local politician. Mona, however, prefers the attention of gangland boss Hank Merriman.
14 October 1961
Kitty O'Moyne, an Irish immigrant just arriving in the US, is so eager to get a look at her new homeland that she accidentally falls overboard into the harbor. Tim McCool dives in and rescues her, and she winds up falling in love with him. The only problem is that Tim is mixed up with local gangsters.
21 October 1961
Newsman Jim "Duke" Williams sees a chance to get a "story' by trying to convince an amnesia victim that she's actually the heir to a huge fortune.
28 October 1961
Sheldon Farrington, a Broadway producer, has been running into a streak of bad luck at the racetrack and has lost a bundle. To cover his losses, he comes up with the idea of selling a percentage of his latest show to investors. Sheldon's bad luck gets even worse when one of those investors turns out to be the shady Max Winslow.
4 November 1961
WW I vet Ace Johnson has fallen on hard times and needs money, so when a chance to buy a hijacked liquor truck from gangster Dutch Miller comes up, he takes it. His bad luck turns worse when he winds up charged with the murder of the truck's original owner.
11 November 1961
Looking for a scoop, Pat moves in with Benny Lester, who's had a contract put out on his life by the mob.
18 November 1961
In order to gather enough information on a local gangster to put him away, Duke goes undercover as a Bowery derelict.
25 November 1961
Pinkky unwittingly witnesses a gangland killing, and the killers are after her. To keep her out of harm's way, Duke comes up with a plan to hide her by enrolling her as a student in the local college--as a boy.
2 December 1961
Bookie Mitch Mitchell has a reputation as one of the toughest men in New York City, but Pinky believes that there's some good hidden deep inside him someplace. She enlists the help of his son Andy and the Boy Scouts to bring out Mitch's good side.
9 December 1961
Duke finds a "foolproof" system to win at the track and prints it in his column, an action that does not please the local bookmakers, who stand to lose a fortune if this system works.
16 December 1961
Bootlegger Jack Bennett gets into a fight with his girlfriend, Colleen McCullough, and she hits her head on a heater and dies. Pinky witnessed the fight and knows it was an accident, but Bennett isn't taking any chances on leaving loose ends and has Pinky kidnapped.
6 January 1962
The theft of a three-cent newspaper and Pinky's determination to show an immigrant newsboy how democracy works results in her upsetting the entire New York City political system.
Season 2, Episode 13: Footlights13 January 1962
A burlesque comic holds a theater owner responsible for the death of his girlfriend. He sees a chance for revenge by getting the owner's daughter a part in a new play opening on Broadway, fully aware that the strong-willed man is fanatically opposed to his daughter's desire to become an actress.
20 January 1962
Copy boy Chris Higbee finally gets his big break when he's given the temporary job of taking over the paper's "advice to the lovelorn" column. As things turn out, he may be needing someone to give him advice on that particular subject.
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