Stu and Kookie chaperon the 23 and 18 year-old daughters of a wealthy businessman on a trip to Paris.





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Episode cast overview:
Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
Ralph Anderson
Donald Buka ...
Pierre Le Clair
Bobbie Anderson
Gerald Anderson
Adams (as Don O'Kelly)


Stu is hired by a wealthy man to go with his eligible daughters to Europe. His job is to be an escort and bodyguard. He takes Kookie along. Of course, several men use schemes to get with the girls, and the younger, rebellious one is a handful. The action takes place in Paris. Written by Scott Scherrer

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Action | Crime | Drama




Release Date:

18 December 1959 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Louis Quinn plays two parts in this episode. He plays Roscoe and a French Bookie that Kookie runs into at Longchamps Race Track. See more »

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Another french vacation

France, my country, seems very attractive for the producers of this series which seem not have been released in. That's the second episode that takes place here since the beginning, and maybe not the last. The story begins when a wealthy man hires our detectives to escort his young daughter in France, because as a beautiful and rich heiress, she may attract many men, potential fortune hunters and other kidnappers. In this tale, you still find the famous french charm, atmosphere with so hard accents in talking, almost funny to hear. It is not so noir after all, rather comedy drama. More comedy than drama although. The final sequence, the horse race track in Longchamp - near Paris - is very exquisite for a French man like me. It surprised me actually !!!

But don't expect to see here the best episode of the whole show. Just for fun and entertaining time wasting.

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