When an old friend of Stu is kidnapped, he's asked to deliver the ransom money. He soon begins to wonder if his friend's wife, a former singer with mob connections, his spoiled young sister... See full summary »

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(as Reginald LeBorg)

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Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
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Suzanne Storrs ...
Diane Loring
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Terry Staunton
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Luanna Staunton
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Phillip Staunton
Russ Bender ...
Chief Howard
Frank Gerstle ...
Bennie Cannon
Boyd Santell ...
Johnny Ritchie
Nesdon Booth ...
Bartender
Craig Duncan ...
#1 Henchman
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When an old friend of Stu is kidnapped, he's asked to deliver the ransom money. He soon begins to wonder if his friend's wife, a former singer with mob connections, his spoiled young sister, or the secretary who's in love with him, had anything to do with the kidnapping. Written by RayMu

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Action | Crime | Drama

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10 June 1960 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Kookie: This Westerfield chick sounds interesting.
Stuart Bailey: Come to think of it you two have a lot in common. She's unattached, full of beans, loaded with loot. She's wild about jazz and hot rods.
Kookie: Well when do I get to meet her?
Stuart Bailey: There's just one thing. The chick is eighty-two years old.
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I Got Rhythm
Music by George Gershwin
Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
Played by the Frankie Ortega Trio in Dino's
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Family business

Stu Bailey is needed after a kidnapping occurred against a wealthy doctor's son. The abducted is a seriously ill young man who needs an injection because of his illness, so the kidnapping is really for him a matter of life and death. You have to deal here with a rather complicated story, as many detective tales, private eye, I mean, and no P.D ones. There is nothing really exceptional here, unlike the previous episode I saw. I found it boring, compared with other segments. But I know that, among the more than two hundred episodes of the series, there will be a lot like this one. I only have to be patient and wait. Directed by Reginald Le Borg, a notorious B movies film maker.


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