A duplicitous blonde swipes $500,000 from her employer/fiancé, after he hired Jeff Spencer to accompany her and a satchel of negotiable bonds from San Francisco to L.A. She gives Jeff the ... See full summary »

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Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
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A duplicitous blonde swipes $500,000 from her employer/fiancé, after he hired Jeff Spencer to accompany her and a satchel of negotiable bonds from San Francisco to L.A. She gives Jeff the slip, along with another, much younger fiancé. When Jeff suspects she's fled to Acapulco, fiancé number II joins the chase. Written by David Stevens

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21 October 1960 (USA)  »

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Roscoe: Jeff wants me to tell Stu and Rex that he's heading to Acapulco for about three days. Something about a blonde.
Kookie: Well that's the story of my life. He chasing some blonde to Acapulco while my last assignment was tracking down some cub scout in Cucamonga.
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Flight to Acapulco

Nothing fantastic here, but it delivers enough entertainment to please the show fans. Jeff is the only in charge for this case of a beautiful blonde who appears not to be so honest as she seems at first sight. But, for half a million of dollars, who would be? You have Kookie in a few scenes, such as this one where he plays a Jimmy Cagney mimic; very amusing. This is the typical example of the episode that I will forget in a day or two, unlike some others of the show, such as SILENT CAPER, or THE ATTIC for instance. And watch out for a guitar performance pulled by Roger Smith for the eyes of a beautiful senorita. You have understood that is definitely not a true, authentic atmosphere tale here.


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