Reed's squeaky new shoes get on Malloy's nerves. They rescue a boy hiding in a building ready for demolition, a man destroys his own furniture when his wife leaves him, and Reed's keen eye catches a robbery in progress.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Louis Nelson
Irene Tedrow ...
Wanda Curtis
Virgil Watkins
William Boyett ...
Doug Johnson ...
Peter Young
Bartine Burkett ...
Mrs. Conrad (as Bartine Zane)
Moosie Drier ...
Dennis Wingard
Fred Stromsoe ...
Gary Crosby ...


While his old shoes are being repaired, Reed is wearing a new pair which squeak and drive Malloy crazy. A neighbor reports a break-in but it is the owner breaking up his furniture due to his wife leaving him and the country. A near accident causes them to pull over a van for no brake lights and the driver is very anti-police. Mac sends them to a demolition site where a young boy with bad eyesight has hidden. Malloy is hoisted by crane to pluck down the boy frozen on a beam. While the officers stop at the shoe repair store to retrieve Reed's shoes, Reed notices a bank robbery going down across the street. After a couple of shots followed by a hostage situation, Malloy provides the robbers a car but the doors are locked. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery





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12 December 1973 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The title is from the common expression "If the shoe fits, wear it" meaning the it something fits the facts the accept it or live with it. See more »

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