Crime syndicate hires a gambler to layoff racetrack bets to out-of-state bookies to keep the odds from diving. The go-between Lonnie Drew is an old pal of Jeff Spencer, whose help is needed... See full summary »

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Crime syndicate hires a gambler to layoff racetrack bets to out-of-state bookies to keep the odds from diving. The go-between Lonnie Drew is an old pal of Jeff Spencer, whose help is needed when Drew suspects that he's going to be set up with a briefcase full of hot semolians. It's a boat race scheme, i.e. the other horses' owners are paid to lose to the long-shots backed by the Syndicate. Written by David Stevens

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30 October 1959 (USA)  »

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Pretty cool episode

Yes, yes, yes, pretty cool to have here Adam West and Brad Dexter. One as a Jeff's former war buddy and the second as a gangster whom the first is involved with. I won't repeat the topic already explained above, but here you can trust me, you deal with an efficient piece of work, a true crime scheme, sharp and noir as I love. West is perfect as Jeff's friend asking for help against the mob. Adam West, as a good looking gambler, has just the perfect character. But on the other hand, don't expect a dark and brutal flick; it remains a little light, cool. And I also appreciated the character whose name is Borgia...

In summary, a cool episode.


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