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The Diplomatic Caper 

Dr. Feld is casting the deciding vote at a European conference. Friend Stu is called in to protect his daughter Michelle from consequences and Kookie helps out. But her undercover identity is threatened by Ross who has misguided ideals.

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(as Catherine Kuttner)

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Cast

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Stuart Bailey
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Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
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Roscoe
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Suzanne
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Volta
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Michelle
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Lela Franklin
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Lt. Roy Gilmore
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Hugo Brutorz (as Oscar Beregi)
Amy Douglass ...
Mrs. Gray
Edward Colmans ...
Dr. Feld
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Ross Franklin
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Storyline

Stu travels to Geneva to meet with old friend Dr. Emile Feld, a European diplomat. Stu is entrusted to protect Dr. Feld's daughter Michelle, who Dr.Feld fears may be used by his rivals to compromise his vote in an upcoming security bill. Stu returns with Michelle to the US where he, Kookie, and Suzanne guard Michelle. They there meet charming and handsome, Ross Franklin (Chad Everett). Written by Richard Villafana

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Action | Crime | Drama

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26 January 1962 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Crestview 1 ....the phone # given to overseas operator npt 555 See more »

Quotes

Kookie: I really dig that beat. The flip side swings pretty good too,
Benin: Mr. Kookson would you be kind enough to tell me, what is a flip side?
Kookie: Well I'm sorry well it's uh the groove platter, you sort of...
Benin: Mr. Kookson just what country are you from?
Kookie: You'd be surprised how many people ask me that question.
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Soundtracks

September in the Rain
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Played by unseen combo during house party
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