When an employee is killed in an accident at the distillery of Ed Hoagley, a notorious bootlegger, he tries to make it look like a hit-and-run to divert attention away from his business. ... See full summary »

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Nicholas Cain (as Mark Richman)
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Edward Hoagley
Lawrence Dobkin ...
Dale Statesman
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Weaver
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John Stapleton
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Bruno Keller
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Charlie Chinn
Bernard Kates ...
James Shepple
John Bryant ...
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Jack Reitzen ...
Clarey Valdosta
Richard LePore ...
Albert Case
Tom Begley ...
John Walker
Jeff Goodman ...
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Jenny Stapleton
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When an employee is killed in an accident at the distillery of Ed Hoagley, a notorious bootlegger, he tries to make it look like a hit-and-run to divert attention away from his business. However, Cain finds out that the victim worked for Hoagley, and his suspicions cause him to check further into the "accident". Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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3 October 1961 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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One more solid crime drama

This episode of CAIN'S HUNDRED seems different from the others because here you have some action sequences, which you did not in the other episodes, at least those I watched. This story is closer to the UNTOUCHABLES show and even more close to TARGET THE CORRUPTORS one. Ed Begley plays here a big crime operator whose activities are legal for most of them to cover the truly illegal ones. Good directing, amazing crime and noir atmosphere with a surprising good Patricia Medina's character, better than what she gave us in her other movies for the big screen. I don't even remember her in crime films. But that doesn't mean she was not there. I also appreciated the Ed Begley character, and some scenes are touching, such as this one where he plays backgammon with the old governor, whilst they speak of fishing in blue water. A good episode which is different form the other of the show.


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