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"Banacek" No Stone Unturned (1973)

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George Sheldon Smith (teleplay) &
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Original Air Date:
3 October 1973 (Season 2, Episode 1)
"Man in Harmony," a 3-ton, 11-foot tall sculpture is missing at its gala unveiling. The 5-foot pedestal... See more » | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

George Peppard ... Thomas Banacek
Christine Belford ... Carlie Kirkland

Gary Lockwood ... Owen Russell

Don Stroud ... Vince O'Hara

Scott Brady ... Davey Collier

Candy Clark ... Gretel (as Candace Clark)
Murray Matheson ... Felix Mulholland
Joe Maross ... Lt. Nash
Linden Chiles ... Henry DeWitt
Ralph Manza ... Jay Drury

Larry Pennell ... Pete Biesecker

Peggy Walton-Walker ... Jennifer Nesburn (as Peggy Walton)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Richard T. Heffron 
Writing credits
George Sheldon Smith (teleplay) &
Lee Stanley (teleplay) (as Lee Santley) and
Robert Van Scoyk (teleplay)

Stephen Lord (story)

Anthony Wilson (creator)

Produced by
George Eckstein .... executive producer
Howie Horwitz .... producer
Original Music by
Billy Goldenberg 
Cinematography by
Sam Leavitt (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Robert Watts 
Art Direction by
Sydney Z. Litwack 
Set Decoration by
Jerry Adams 
Costume Design by
Grady Hunt 
Production Management
Jim Hogan .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Reuben L. Watt .... assistant director (as Reuben Watt)
Sound Department
John R. Carter .... sound (as John Carter)
Editorial Department
Richard Belding .... editorial supervisor
Music Department
Hal Mooney .... music supervisor
Other crew
Wayne Fitzgerald .... title designer: main titles
Robert Van Scoyk .... executive story consultant
Crew believed to be complete

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75 min
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
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Audio/visual unsynchronized: When Banacek and Carlie are talking at the market it is an obvious voice dub over and is sometimes out of sync.See more »
Thomas Banacek:There's on old Polish proverb that says, "Only the centipede can hear all the hundred footsteps of his uncle."
Jay Drury:[chuckling] Yeah. Uh-oh.
Thomas Banacek:What's the matter?
Jay Drury:That's the first one of those things I ever understood.
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
To save on the Finder's fee, 26 September 2015
Author: bkoganbing from Buffalo, New York

When the statue that Gary Lockwood sculpted for Philistine millionaire Scott Brady is stolen from a museum as it is about to be displayed it's one of those Banacek like problems. But insurance company head Linden Chiles would like to solve the mystery at a cut rate so he assigns Christine Belford from his company to save on Banacek's finders fee. I learned along time ago if you can pay for the best, get the best. But then there would have been no episode.

George Peppard's mystery here is how does one get a huge 11 foot 3 ton statue out of a building without being spotted? Not only is the statue stolen, but a ransom is demanded out of Scott Brady. Peppard tags along with Belford for the ride. But of course she gets it all wrong and he's right on the money.

I have to say this was one clever robbery and done for the sake of art in a strange way. You'll have to watch the episode to see what I mean.

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