Malloy has won $10,000 in a woman's shampoo naming contest and is being bombarded with mail at work and suggestions from Reed on how to invest the money but Malloy wants a new boat. Opening... See full summary »

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Billy Heckman
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Mary O'Ryan
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Malloy has won $10,000 in a woman's shampoo naming contest and is being bombarded with mail at work and suggestions from Reed on how to invest the money but Malloy wants a new boat. Opening call is a loud noise complaint from an elderly gentleman about a new elderly female tenant and her Irish music. Malloy and Reed explain the complaint and introduce the couple to each other and quietly leave them together. While on patrol a sniper starts shooting and they call in support resulting in them shooting the sniper in a car while fleeing. A theft report call is a man in an expensive home that appears to have been stripped. In fact due to his financial ruin and three wives the only items left were two cameras and a TV that were stolen. A call about body in alley is a wino killed for his new tennis shoes. As they leave the scene the officers spot another wino wearing new tennis shoes sleeping it off in a junked car. Malloy realizing Reed has his best interests at heart presents Reed with a ... Written by Anonymous

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28 February 1973 (USA)  »

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The title has been taken from the common expression: A fool and his money are soon parted. See more »

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After the car crashes in the parking structure, Malloy immediately opens the driver's door, but you can see a large amount of fluid has already leaked onto the ground indicating minutes have passed since the crash. See more »

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References This Is Your Life (1952) See more »

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