A hitchhiker is used as a set-up for the murder of a strip-club owner's wife and Kookie must find out the truth soon to clear him.

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Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
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Jeff Spencer
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Suzanne
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J.R. Hale
Joan Tabor ...
Dolores Carlysle
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Zeme North ...
Tina
Simon Scott ...
Brad Kalem
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Lt. Roy Gilmore
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Walter Glascoe
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Arlene Glascoe
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Bobbie
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Vernon
Frankie Ortega ...
Himself (as the Frankie Ortega Trio)
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A hitchhiker is used as a set-up for the murder of a strip-club owner's wife and Kookie must find out the truth soon to clear him.

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Action | Crime | Drama

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9 February 1962 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Kookie drives Tina to Malibu, which is northwest of Los Angeles. But the rear projection behind the car shows the Pacific Ocean on the left, indicating they're going south. See more »

Quotes

Danny Belmont: Why are you doing this for me?
Kookie: Well maybe I've stuck my neck out so far now I can't pull it back.
Danny Belmont: You could if you wanted to. Sucker.
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As this is a Kookie-centric episode, Edd Byrnes is given first billing in the end credits. See more »

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Oh, You Beautiful Doll
Music by Nat Ayer (as Nat D. Ayer)
Lyrics by Seymour Brown
Played by unseen band at the strip club
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Patsy
29 June 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

As presented in this 77 Sunset Strip episode Robert Ivers is probably someone no better than he ought to have been. But retrieving Kookie's wallet, a random act of kindness on Ivers's part earned him a needed freebie from Bailey&Spencer.

Ivers is asked by Simon Scott to burglarize Scott's home, to retrieve some jewelry from his wife. But Marjorie Bennett the wife catches him in the act and she's shot dead. Ivers has been set up beautifully and goes to Edd Byrnes who had befriended him.

Kookie's activity puts the years of relationship between the LAPD and Bailey&Spencer in jeopardy. Truthfully either Roger Smith or Efrem Zimbalist would have handled the situation differently.

There's a deadly mistress in Joan Tabor involved and there's a helpful carhop Zeme North who really helps Kookie crack the case and gets a romp with Edd Byrnes in the process.

Fans should enjoy.


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