Jeff is reluctant to get involved with publicity seeking starlet Dagne. After JR rescues her during a shooting, her rich fiance Warren demands protection. Her inconvenient first husband Opie appears from Oklahoma to stir things up.

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Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
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Roscoe
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Suzanne
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J.R. Hale
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Dagne Stuart
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Warren Bodger
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Lt. Roy Gilmore
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Claude 'Opie' Price
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Trace Morgan
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Jeff is reluctant to get involved with publicity seeking starlet Dagne. After JR rescues her during a shooting, her rich fiance Warren demands protection. Her inconvenient first husband Opie appears from Oklahoma to stir things up.

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Action | Crime | Drama

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23 November 1962 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Jeff Spencer: What do you hope to gain by this?
Maury Brock: What every journalist worth his salt strives for, increased circulation. I'm betting on this issue to sell out the day it hits the stands.
Jeff Spencer: And you don't mind wrecking two lives to win that bet?
Maury Brock: People wreck their own lives, I just report it.
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Wolfbane
5 August 2017 | by (omaha, ne) – See all my reviews

Okay, in spite of the obvious turn of the "Boy who cried wolf" there is the usual blackmail/extortion from two separate sources, a loyal, loving fiancé, Jeff getting fed up with the actress - publicity hound; some ping-pong semi drama that says how she got into the mess, and Jeff finally coming around to admit her claim has merit. It really could only have been one of two guys, and if you thought it out, only one.

A good episode with four - count'em - four!! pretty boys littering up the landscape. They missed a stack of opportunities for serious humor, here, but it worked alright, anyway.


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