The funeral of a revered old Western star gets surreal when his huge statue is stolen. The embarrassed Hollywood cemetery hires Jeff Spencer to get the statue back, but gets way more they ... See full summary »

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The funeral of a revered old Western star gets surreal when his huge statue is stolen. The embarrassed Hollywood cemetery hires Jeff Spencer to get the statue back, but gets way more they expect. Jeff's investigation uncovers sex, lies, blackmail, decaying nitrate film, and murder suspects galore. Written by David Stevens

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18 November 1960 (USA)  »

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Bessie St. Clair: Hello, this is Bessie St. Clair - - I am calling you for the purpose of blackmail.
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So amusing scheme

This scheme reminds me Andy Mc Laglen's THE ABDUCTORS, back in the late fifties, telling the story where Abraham Lincoln's coffin was stolen, something like this, or the French film LA RANCON DE LA GLOIRE, speaking of the Charlie Chaplin's coffin and corpse steal. Here Rex Randolph and Jeff are on the spot, with the help of Roscoe not Stu. This story in an undisguised tribute to Rudolph Valentino legend, even the diseased cowboy's name is nearly the same. Our gumshoes investigate around the people who knew the dead actor, to find who, among them, could have stolen the statue... Amusing and so unusual topic, isn't it? not the best of the series, but it is worth seeing, for sure.


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