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Stu Bailey is hired by one of the richest women in the world to investigate a series of attempts on the life of her brother. The highlights of Bailey's investigation include a quick trip to Las Vegas and discovering an intruder breaking into his office. The private investigator discovers the brother is hiding something -- something that could mean the end of Bailey. Written by Bill Koenig

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1 November 1963 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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Bobby Troup, composer of the hit song Route 66, was married to producer's Jack Webb's first wife, Julie London, and the stepfather of Webb's children, Stacy Webb & Lisa Webb. He would be one of the stars, along with his wife, of Webb's Emergency. See more »

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Stuart Bailey: [voiceover] The shortest distance between two places is a telephone.
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Decent story, bad Bailey
27 September 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After the abysmal "5" five-parter to open the sixth season. this episode at least somewhat returned to the style of story that made the series a success.

Unfortunately, the character of Stuart Bailey is still unrecognizable, having been reduced to cheap-detective clichés and time-worn quips. Zimbalist looks absolutely miserable in this role. The witty, intelligent, urbane Stuart Bailey has been reduced to a bitter, boringly sarcastic zombie.

The quick demise of the series after this disaster of a "revamp" proves my analysis.


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