Is Stu moonlighting as a Mafia hit man or could he just be an exact double for Sandy the Executioner? Kefauver's G-Men summon ex-CIA spook Stu Bailey inside the Beltway, to find out before ... See full summary »

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Stuart Bailey / Sandy the Executioner
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Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
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Is Stu moonlighting as a Mafia hit man or could he just be an exact double for Sandy the Executioner? Kefauver's G-Men summon ex-CIA spook Stu Bailey inside the Beltway, to find out before New York's Silk Cipriano has his contract fulfilled on rival narcotics dealer California Baldy Mike Hannigan, sparking a bi-coastal gang war. Written by David Stevens

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4 November 1960 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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Strong story

You have here a top quality episode of this series. Strong screenplay, strong acting, the perfect photography and settings. It really looks like an authentic film noir, with a light espionage touch too. Stu is on the spot here, with Kookie as a sidekick, and what a great pleasure to have Bruce Cabot as the bad character, the evil guy. The jazzy atmosphere is still present, as usual in each episode. I won't repeat the topic, that may sound familiar, I admit, and I learned through this episode that contact lenses existed at this time, such as those Stu put on his eyes to impersonate his phony character. One more time, Georges WaGGner was on the job.


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