A local thug named Joey Minor gets into a shootout with the cops, resulting in him being wounded and an officer being killed. As Gower and his men search for Joey, they discover that ... See full summary »

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Danny Keller (as Bill Smith)
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Teresa Gomez
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Joey Minor
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Charlie Schaab
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A local thug named Joey Minor gets into a shootout with the cops, resulting in him being wounded and an officer being killed. As Gower and his men search for Joey, they discover that medical supplies have been disappearing from the hospital where Joey's girlfriend Teresa works. They come up with a plan to nab Joey by using Teresa. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Crime | Drama

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23 April 1961 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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[discussing the wife of a murdered police officer]
Gus Honochek: Mary Schaab's taking it pretty good.
Matt Gower: By that you mean she's only crying now and then instead of five or six hours at stretch?
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Cop shooter on the loose.

The usual cop murder case, with a young killer on the run, trying to make it against the raging police force after him. The usual scheme of the hoodlum asking help from his girl friend. The usual scheme of the flat feet investigating, making everything to put the cop killer under custody. In resume, nothing new here. But, as it will probably be for the rest of the series, it works, because of the perfect directing, acting, editing, whole atmosphere; thanks to the terrific photography and music score.

Fortunately, there were batches of this kind of TV shows, from the late fifties to the mid seventies. Lots of those urban crime series.

Directed by Herman Hoffman, a most TV stuff film maker.


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