77 Sunset Strip (1958–1964)
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Strange Girl in Town 

A young woman witnesses a murder in a nightclub; Spencer tries to protect her.

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(as george waGGner)

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(teleplay) (as Frederic Brady), (story)
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Jeff Spencer
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Stuart Bailey
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Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
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Ruth Douglas
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Dan Costello
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Nancy Costello
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Lt. Roy Gilmore (as Keith Byron)
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Kenneth Webster
John Reach ...
Scott Baker
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A young woman witnesses a murder in a nightclub; Spencer tries to protect her.

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Action | Crime | Drama

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29 May 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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With Kookie out for most of the episode, Roscoe steps up to take over the sidekick duties. This was by far the most screen time he'd had to date. See more »

Quotes

Kookie: I would think it's the most if you would send the undersigned your opus on the use of the ink and digit jazz!
Suzanne Fabray: Ink and digit jazz?
Roscoe: He means finger prints; Frenchie!
Kookie: That's what I said!
Roscoe: I know it and you know it, but do they know it!
Kookie: Now where was I? Read it back!
Suzanne Fabray: All of it?
Kookie: All of it!
Roscoe: Ya slow! Like a fifty to one shot so I can maybe understand it!
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Country girl in town to be shot on sight.
9 December 2015 | by See all my reviews

A young girl arrives in L.A in order to find a job and then she is the witness of a murder. Of course she rapidly becomes the witness to be shot on sight. That's when our lead gumshoes will arrive, to save her from the gangsters who will try to get rid of her, to keep her silent, for good. Once more, excellent noir atmosphere, although some light touches from time to time, thanks to this eerie music score, the same kind you usually find in classic movies. And I keep being sure that this famous music score contributes to enhance the quality of the show. George Waggner seems to have directed many of this show episodes. I find Suzanne's - the so beautiful French secretary - character being more and more present in the show. And I like that.


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