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Return to San Dede (Capital City) 

Stu and Roxanna make it to the city having fallen in love with Stu to become first gentlemen. But then he's shot and Jeff heads south to help his partner find the missing future leader with the aid of a most obtuse local police captain.

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Roxanna
Luis Van Rooten ...
Salazar
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ...
Pinedo (as Rodolfo Hoyos)
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De Leon (as George Lewis)
James Chandler ...
Crease
Jorge Treviño ...
Garcia (as Jorge Trevino)
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Coca
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Juanita
Alberto Monte ...
Juan
Robert Hernandez ...
Emanuel
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In the second part of a two-part episode, Stu Bailey and Princess Roxanna (Rocky) arrive in San Dede only to find an impostor has taken her place. Stu is shot and Rocky is kidnapped. Jeff Spencer arrives in San Dede to continue the case. He searches for Rocky with the help of a bumbling cop and an Indian girl who doesn't understand English. Jeff also can't get a straight answer as to who shot his partner. Written by RayMu

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Action | Crime | Drama

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25 March 1960 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Jeff Spencer: Captain, watch.
Pinedo: So?
Jeff Spencer: I'm being followed.
Pinedo: She's in your charge. You signed for her.
Jeff Spencer: I didn't want to adopt the girl, I just wanted to get her released.
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A little deception

This episode is the following of DESERT CITY, the previous episode, which was far more interesting than this one, more unusual. In this story, Stu gets Jeff as a side kick, real partner. In the last episodes I saw, the two of them were not always together. It takes place now in South America and looks more like an adventure yarn than a detective crime scheme with beautiful señoritas and phony dictators. Some light touch, funny sequences, but certainly not worth if you compare with the previous tale. Unfortunately, I watched it with annoying sound problems and there were some dialogues I did not always get, and I can't read on lips. One thing for sure, that's not the best of the series. Far from that.


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