Astrologer predicts murder will strike the same film fest again, once more claiming someone close to super-agent Shelly Blair. Bailey & Spencer have no trouble mobilizing all their young ... See full summary »

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(as george waGGner)

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(teleplay), (story)
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Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
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Sprite Simpson
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Karen Blair
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Melissa Mateneau
Judy Dan ...
Lotus Lee
Beatrice Kay ...
Eleanora Ferris
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Sheldon Blair
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Lili Kardell ...
Helga Haller
James Millhollin ...
Jon Keith (as Jim Millhollin)
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Astrologer predicts murder will strike the same film fest again, once more claiming someone close to super-agent Shelly Blair. Bailey & Spencer have no trouble mobilizing all their young male ops to protect Shelly's 4 starlet clients (MM, Lotus Lee, Sprite Simpson, Helga Haller), while Roscoe draws an ex-silent film diva, and Suzanne shields an ego-maniacal French heartthrob. Written by David Stevens

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Action | Crime | Drama

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14 October 1960 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Amusing story

Not a really noir tale here, rather a light comedy suspenser where we find our three lead heroes: Jeff, Stu and Kookie all together to take care of an actress on whom some threat exist, some potential attempts on her life. You watch here some backstage intrigue, a kind of interesting stuff about how it works between actors. Oh, that's not ALL ABOUT EVE either, but I repeat, entertaining, typical of the series. And this was a long time since we saw our three investigators together on the same case. But it's not the most unforgettable of the whole show. Don't expect too much please. One more time directed by the "house" episode maker of the show Georges WaGGner.


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