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Jeff Spencer
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Rex Randolph
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Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
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Roscoe
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Suzanne
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Bob Bent
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Vern Fletcher
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Shirley Bent
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Just before Stu sings lead in a mob trial, a toy manufacturer moves into 77 Sunset Strip, with no furniture but lots of ammo and suspicious visitors, especially a sinister couple who rub everybody the wrong way. Roscoe knows the head of the assassins, who hires Roscoe to courier a secret toy design from San Diego. Written by David Stevens

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7 October 1960 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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When Sherry comes into Stu's office and her husband Bob, is supposed to be dead he is seen breathing and his hair moves See more »

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77 Sunset Strip: The Office Caper (1960)
18 May 2006 | by (Juneau, Alaska) – See all my reviews

I remember this episode vividly even though it aired on our 12 inch family black and white TV over 46 years ago when I was only 9 years old.

Detective Roger Smith and the Secretary Jacqueline Beer wound up being held hostage in the 77 Sunset Strip office by a criminal gang, which included I believe 3 men and a young and extremely sexy Sherry Jackson. The story line was spine tingling and held my attention throughout the episode.

You guys will especially want to watch this episode for the fantastic wrestling/squealing/hairpulling catfight in the main office between two great looking women, Secretary, Jacqueline Beer and gang member, Sherry Jackson, which was long, realistic and included a few leggy rolls onto a leather sofa and the floor, punches thrown and a glass vase thrown that misses and smashes against a wall.

As a youngster I watched 77 Sunset Strip all the years it was on and The Office Caper(1960) episode is by far my favorite episode!!!


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