Georgie Minnelli kills his old childhood enemy Lucky Moore for interfering in his pinball machine racket. Now Georgie desperately needs an alibi.

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Himself - Host
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Georgie Minnelli
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Lucky Moore
Harvey Stephens ...
Lt. James Larkin
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Uncle Leo
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Timmy
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Mrs. Salvatore
Shirley Smith ...
Goldie
Lee Erickson ...
Messenger Boy
Charles Cantor ...
Barney (as Charlie Cantor)
Herb Vigran ...
Newsman
Eugenia Paul ...
Viola
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Georgie Minnelli confronts Lucky Moore, his old childhood enemy, for interfering in his pinball machine racket. Georgie waves a gun in Lucky's face, but Lucky isn't intimidated. A cop named Larkin has just been made lieutenant, and Larkin vowed long ago that if either of these hated rivals turns up dead, the other had better have a good alibi. Georgie couldn't possibly get away with it. But Lucky has pushed Georgie too far and his old enemy shoots him dead anyway. Now the young gangster is desperate for an alibi. But getting one won't be easy. Written by J. Spurlin

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11 November 1956 (USA)  »

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[first lines]
Lucky Moore: No knock on the door? No "Can I come in please?" Just no class.
Georgie Minnelli: I want a showdown!
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Fred Flinstone!
10 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A man walks upstairs to the final movement of the Moonlight Sonata, played in another room. He enters a door labeled "Brooklyn Amusement Corp." But this is a front and this is a gangster episode. A man pulls a "rod" (gun) on someone and we get our killing early, so the tale is about his post facto need for an alibi.

The actor who voiced Fred Flinstone pops up looking like Tony Soprano's uncle (he acted a lot in those days, including the original Postman Always Rings Twice).

I like the ending as written, but the slack story has lost all its energy by the time we get there.


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