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5: The Conclusion 

Stuart Bailey fights off attackers in Paris then managers to check out of his hotel and catch a flight to Tel Aviv. Once there, he encounters a World War II veteran who provides valuable ... See full summary »

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Maximillian
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Insp. Claude Duprez
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Detective Lieut. Butter
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Sgt. Patrick Cohan
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Carla Stevens
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Vincent Marion
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Lundstrom
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Col. David Watkins
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Anna
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Paul DeVinger
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Oskar Pauker
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Cal Jasper
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Stuart Bailey
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Italian Lender
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Mr. DeVinger
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Stuart Bailey fights off attackers in Paris then managers to check out of his hotel and catch a flight to Tel Aviv. Once there, he encounters a World War II veteran who provides valuable knowledge about how a half-billion dollars in artworks stolen by the Nazis were, in turn, stolen again. Vincent Marion, who originally hired Bailey, was behind the theft. He had his brother Andy killed after the younger Marion had tried to go into business for himself. After Marion commits suicide, Bailey moves to solve the marathon case. Written by Bill Koenig

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18 October 1963 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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When Carla Stevens is run down by a car William Conrad is the bystander who calls for a ambulance. See more »

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Yuck
24 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

This five part opener to season six just got worse and worse as it went on. Jack Webb's demand for featureless acting made it dull. The writers' lazy reliance on tired cliché made it tedious. And the decision to copy bad 30s and 40s film noir made it depressing.

However, the whole story made little sense when they "tied it together". Nothing Bailey's original client did made any sense. Why hire a private detective to investigate things that you don't want investigated? LOL Pitiful.

It's very sad. When I saw this fiver-parter coming up, my wife and I were looking forward to it. Finishing this mess turned out to be an exercise in tenacity. We kept hoping for improvement that never happened.


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