Brenner: Season 2, Episode 9

The Plain Truth (12 Jul. 1964)

TV Episode  -   -  Crime | Drama
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George Hirsch, a veteran cop who just served six months for a hit-and-run accident, swears he didn't commit the crime and is worried that his wife has been seeing another man while he was ... See full summary »

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Lonny Chapman ...
George Hirsch
Sally Kemp ...
Jean Hirsch
Sidney Armus ...
Jimmy Luce
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Chris Zelco
George Eberling ...
Detective Pachek
Jered Barclay ...
Technician Douglas (as Jerry Barclay)
David Thomas ...
The Warden
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George Hirsch, a veteran cop who just served six months for a hit-and-run accident, swears he didn't commit the crime and is worried that his wife has been seeing another man while he was in prison. Meanwhile Roy Brenner investigates a lead - an anonymous letter from a man who claims that another man was driving the hit-and-run car. The evidence seems to point to a window dresser as not only the driver of the vehicle in question, but the man who was cuckolding Hirsch. Written by David Bassler

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[a beautiful woman leaves Roy's office]
Ernie Brenner: Who was that?
Roy Brenner: She tried to cash a check. Claims she was a policewoman from Montreal on vacation.
Ernie Brenner: Well, who is she?
Roy Brenner: A policewoman from Montreal on vacation.
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