Stu (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.) works on a paternity case that involves a son abandoned by his father years before.

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Antonio Malfi
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Sylvio Fiore
Lili Valenty ...
Mama Fiore
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Dino Malatesta
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Joe Fiore
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Captain Hobart
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Rosa Pucci
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Pete Malatesta
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Italian Woman
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Stu (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.) works on a paternity case that involves a son abandoned by his father years before.

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20 December 1963 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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Bailey's P.I. license now lists him as "Bailey Investigations," yet still gives his address as 77 Sunset Strip. Even viewers who didn't know that the Bradbury Building is in downtown L.A. could see that the structure itself as well as his office were obviously not the same place as the office in the first five seasons. See more »

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Below par
4 October 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was an above average episode for the otherwise poor season six. It still had cliché, gravelly voices, and terribly directed dialogue, but at least the story was better than "Five" and some of the other early episodes.

There is even a somewhat touching scene between a son and his adoptive father, upon the son learning of the adoption.

The blackmail plot involved here is pretty thin, though.


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