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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Trivia

This is the second consecutive episode in which Will Hutchins appears as himself, though the two episodes have no thematic connection. 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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You and the Night and the Music
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Music by Arthur Schwartz
Lyrics by Howard Dietz
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Bevy of beauties
21 February 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This assignment is going to be a labor of love for one Gerald Kookson,III as he and Roscoe are with Stu Bailey as he gets a job acting as security for a valuable jewel collection. The jewels you see are worn around the necks of a bevy of beauties in a traveling exhibition. Only in Los Angeles one very valuable diamond is popped from its setting and the crook(s) want a hefty ransom for it.

As I said Kookie really has a problem keeping his mind on business, but serious business it is for Efrem Zimbalist. With a pair of accomplices from the show they have one clever hiding place for the jewel.

Doing this caper is a master jewel thief that the police in the person of semi-regular Byron Keith want very much to nail. Unlike a lot of mysteries there is no antagonism between the cops and the PIs. Keith works quite regularly with Bailey&Spencer and is always glad for the help.

A constant on this series.


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