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The Court Martial of Johnny Murdo 

Johnny Murdo is accused of stealing $757 from other cadets at a military school. After his court martial and dismissal from the school, Johnny's mother hires Jeff Spencer to investigate and clear his name.

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Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
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Arnold Santly
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Grace Murdo
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Colonel Richard Gaunt
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Major Wilkinson
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Johnny Murdo
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Walter Lochrie
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Harry Warren
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Sgt. Bannock
Frankie Ortega ...
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Johnny Murdo is accused of stealing $757 from other cadets at a military school. After his court martial and dismissal from the school, Johnny's mother hires Jeff Spencer to investigate and clear his name.

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26 December 1958 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Kookie: Want a heap dad?
Stuart Bailey: No thanks my boy, I already honked for a hack.
Kookie: Crazy, you're getting the beat.
Stuart Bailey: Yeah I gotta take the long and airy to the high and hilly cat. Going to be padding down to St. Francis, two suns.
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Military session

A wealthy woman whose the son is in a military academy asks our private eye to help his son accused of robbery and put under custody before being brought to a court martial. So, our gumshoe begins his investigation. I will be honest, this story is tepid, flat, uninteresting. I was bored by this topic. I did not find here the usual atmosphere which I talked so much about in my previous comments. I don't think a private detective could so easily get into a military academy and behave as if he was in L.A Streets. But all that doesn't prevent this episode to be an acceptable time waster. Directed by Lee Sholem, a former B film maker.


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