Spencer works undercover with group that use false identities and dead bodies to scam life insurance companies. He's teamed with Audrey, a blonde beauty who's also a cold blooded killer.

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Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
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Robert McQueeney ...
Ernie Hayden
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Tony Gray
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Joe Redden
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Hermann Matthew
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Spencer works undercover with group that use false identities and dead bodies to scam life insurance companies. He's teamed with Audrey, a blonde beauty who's also a cold blooded killer.

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Action | Crime | Drama

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17 April 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Jeff Spencer: The honeymoon all over?
Audrey: I guess so. You were a nice playmate for awhile.
Jeff Spencer: Thanks
Audrey: But you know darling. I wish I pushed you under that car when I had the chance.
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Intrigue in Hollywood

In this episode, we at first see Jeff going to an appointment, after answering to a job offer. It seems to be a strange job, proposed by a mysterious man, a sort of executive with his gorgeous secretary. Jeff uses a phony name to impersonate another man, of course, so that he can get what he drives to in this affair. The audience wonders too what's going on in this story, where we have Pernell Roberts as a heavy character. Only for this, it would be worth watching.

I was glued to this episode, the most intriguing so far. Especially when the new Jeff's employer find out that the identity he gave them seem suspicious. One more time, terrific early sixties atmosphere. Magic atmosphere, no matter the topic. The kind of stuff you have not anymore today. No matter the story. Just enjoy.


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