Spoiled rich kid Chip Tyson runs down an elderly pedestrian and flees the scene for reasons bigger than just fear. He concocts an alibi and enlists an accomplice in his cover up. Dan Adams ...
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Spoiled rich kid Chip Tyson runs down an elderly pedestrian and flees the scene for reasons bigger than just fear. He concocts an alibi and enlists an accomplice in his cover up. Dan Adams arrives to unravel Chip's tangled web of deception. Written by
Gary R. Peterson
I am amazed to have watched this episode directed by the great William Witney who let here his trade mark, in this ordinary - but not so after all - episode of this forgotten TV show.
The tale itself is not so unusual. our lead, Cameron, investigates on the hit and run homicide whom a Young man is accused of. His mother hires Cameron to find out what was wrong with this case. Her son is innocent. So far, nothing unusual. But some sequences remind me the inventive fashion that Witney had in his terrific serials, two decades earlier.
In this episode, you have two murder scenes where the bad guys wear frogmen outfits in order to kill their victims in a car, using the waste steam pipe put Inside the car. Whao !!!!
I have never seen it before, after forty five years of watching and reading crime stories.
Yes, I fund here the true Witney trade mark.
It's so gooooooooood .
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