Spencer, the police, the insurance company and the daughter of a thief are all looking for $250,000 of buried jewelry.


(as george waGGner)




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Episode cast overview:
Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
Bunny Cooper ...
Vicky Travers
Clifford Towne
Shorty Adams (as Donald Barry)
Lennie Paris
Byron Keith ...
J. Edward McKinley ...
Ronald Lowery
Carolyn Komant ...
Ginger Roman


Spencer, the police, the insurance company and the daughter of a thief are all looking for $250,000 of buried jewelry.

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Action | Crime | Drama




Release Date:

13 November 1959 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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When Spencer is given a photo to identify the girl, In close up it's a dark portrait of a brunette, but in long shots it's a bright 3/4 shot of a blonde. See more »

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Good routine stuff, just routine.

As many other episodes of the series, this one is focused more on the atmosphere than on the story itself. You have for instance some very good jazzy sequences, so that you can forget the lack of consistency of the script. Some funny moments too, not so many, but enough to make you believe that this tale is definitely not an authentic noir crime flick. The hunt for a jewels or diamonds bullion did not convince me at all. But it's not a comedy either because, on the contrary, of the rough atmosphere... So, you see, it's complicated to tell exactly how to describe it with details. But if you have appreciated the other episodes so far, don't worry, you'll make it with this one too.

An adequate time waster, not more.

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