The Amos 'n Andy Show: Season 3, Episode 13

The Light Blue Car (1 Dec. 1953)

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While The Kingfish (Tim Moore) is napping, his maroon and white car is borrowed for a hold-up. The Kingfish knows the police have a description of the car... See full synopsis »

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Alvin Childress ...
Spencer Williams ...
Andy (as Spencer Williams Jr.)
Tim Moore ...
Ernestine Wade ...
Johnny Lee ...
Nick Stewart ...
Lightnin' (as Nick O'Demus)
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Dudley Dickerson ...
Joe the Milkman
Bobby Johnson ...
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Arnett Williams ...
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While The Kingfish (Tim Moore) is napping, his maroon and white car is borrowed for a hold-up. The Kingfish knows the police have a description of the car... See full synopsis »

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1 December 1953 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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Judge: [Kingfish is on trial for robbery] Just what is your business, Mr. Stevens?
George 'Kingfish' Stevens: Well, uh, I is a, well, you might say I is a - financial ma-nip-i-lator.
Judge: A financial manipulator?
Andrew 'Andy' Hogg Brown: [Andy stands] Uh, excuse me, your Honor, but he's tellin' the truth. Uh, he's been nippin' my finances for years.
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