Stu goes international to fetch a black vase from duplicitous art dealer, while fending off tight-lipped tough guy Iron Man Brown. An Oklahoma oil tycoon left the seemingly worthless vessel... See full summary »

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Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
Liliane Montevecchi ...
Tosca
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Iron Man Brown
Lisa Davis ...
Venice Cain
Berry Kroeger ...
Bernard Stagg
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Fred Cain
Joan Elan ...
Jane Neddleton
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Stu goes international to fetch a black vase from duplicitous art dealer, while fending off tight-lipped tough guy Iron Man Brown. An Oklahoma oil tycoon left the seemingly worthless vessel to his English niece and nephew who hire Stu, but won't tell him why they'll pay anything to retrieve it. Written by David Stevens

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16 January 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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Another kind of perfume

For once, the atmosphere here was quite different. Just because a large part of the episode takes in other settings than LA. During his investigation about swindle in art stuff, our lead character is drugged abducted and brought to North Africa. So you see, the producers made a effort here, to change the locations. I would say it's quite entertaining but not exceptional, far from that. Don Gordon is surprising as the local heavy character. And the One and Thousand Nights atmosphere is surprising but also maybe overplayed and not one minute believable. But who cares, after all?

I have never heard of the director. Probably a guy who made only TV stuff.


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