When the son of an old OSS friend of Bailey's is murdered, Spencer steps in to explore mysterious times the young man spent in Asia with a woman called "Candy."

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(as george waGGner)

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Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
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Candy Varga
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Run Run Lee
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Ned Shelby
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George Wells
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Hannah Wells
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Sam Fong
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Paul Nolan
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When the son of an old OSS friend of Bailey's is murdered, Spencer steps in to explore mysterious times the young man spent in Asia with a woman called "Candy."

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Action | Crime | Drama

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20 March 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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When Suzanne is heard on the intercom, the voice is not Jacqueline Beer's, as it doesn't have a French accent. See more »

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Sam Fong: You handsome fella. Like to meet pretty girl maybe?
Jeff Spencer: No time Sam
Sam Fong: You dead?
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References Sayonara (1957) See more »

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I May Be Wrong (But I Think You're Wonderful)
Played by the musicians in Candy's American Bar.
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Hong Kong on the back lot
2 February 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Roger Smith's case in this 77 Sunset Strip episode calls for him to go to Hong Kong. Frank Wilcox has heard his son has passed away and he wants his old friend from the OSS Efrem Zimabalist, Jr. will go there. But Zimbalist being otherwise conflicted sends his partner Smith to Hong Kong.

Hong Kong is a name that conjures up images of the mysterious Orient, but Warner Brothers never got closer to Hong Kong than its back lot and it shows.

What Smith finds in Hong Kong is lovely Eurasian hostess Karen Steele who owns a most popular joint and it turns out she married the deceased and has a young son and Wilcox knew about neither event. She's also mixed up in the affair of some missing diamonds dating from the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong in the late war. She's got Reggie Nalder panting hot and heavy for those gems.

Funniest bit is Roger Smith sighting an Oriental version of Kookie hustling to get rickshaw trade. Worth seeing for that alone.


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