A charity benefit with debutantes of 6 American cities; each is wearing jewelry from a prized collection. A diamond replaced with a fake. Bailey, Kookie, and others are present to protect the jewelry. Miss Augusta (GA) likes Kookie.

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(as Andre de Toth)

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Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
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M. Halevy
Kaye Elhardt ...
Wanda Hill
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Joyce Meadows ...
Blaise Newsome
Ralph Clanton ...
Al Mulden
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Charles Prinz
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Phil Ashton (as Bill Hudson)
Dennis McCarthy ...
Detective Feldman
Stephen Chase ...
Dr. Graham
Dorothea Lord ...
Doris
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A charity benefit with debutantes of 6 American cities; each is wearing jewelry from a prized collection. A diamond replaced with a fake. Bailey, Kookie, and others are present to protect the jewelry. Miss Augusta (GA) likes Kookie.

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Action | Crime | Drama

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16 October 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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The Mary Kaye Trio play the Kookie Love Song and Kookie (Edd Byrnes) accompanies along with his singing to the tune. His singing is similar to the Kookie Kookie Lend Me Your Comb song that he sings on. See more »

Quotes

Wanda Hill: Are you a private investigator too?
Kookie: You diggin', huh?
Wanda Hill: Please. I thought they all just stood around and looked deep like Mr. Bailey.
Kookie: No honey. Our firm's got the frivolous kind too. Me.
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Fine and Dandy
Music by Kay Swift
Lyrics by James Paul Warburg
Played by the Frankie Ortega (as Frankie Ortega Trio) during the party
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Jewels and beautiful women.

I did not expect to watch one day an episode directed by Andre de Toth, only because I did not know he made some TV stuff.This one begins with a beauty contest where the girls also wear jewelery pieces, priceless jewelery pieces. But jewels means stealing or swindle, isn't it? Of course it can't be otherwise. It appears that somewhere during the show, genuine jewels have been replace by fake ones.

It is not actually an action flick, but rather a light mystery thriller, with this atmosphere, which I speak of for every episode of this show.

I don't think I will remind this story for a long time.


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