Code 3 (1957– )
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Authorities search for a prisoner who escaped from an honor farm to see his wife and daughter.

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Assistant Sheriff Rodger Barnett
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Ward Hooper
Margaret Field ...
Donna Hooper (as Maggie Mahoney)
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Sgt. Tom Lacey
Cheryl Callaway ...
Laurie Hooper
Peter M. Thompson ...
Ralph Craig (as Peter Thompson)
Richard Reeves ...
Artie Connors
Paul Millard ...
Deputy Ed Fisher
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Joe Burton
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Officer McCall
Jack Jones ...
Officer Starbuck
Vicente Padula ...
Mendoza (as Vincent Padula)
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Authorities search for a prisoner who escaped from an honor farm to see his wife and daughter.

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Crime | Drama

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9 April 1957 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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The usual stuff for a crime series...
4 April 2011 | by See all my reviews

A prisoner escapes from a prison farm in order to see his daughter and his wife. The characters are convincing for this so so story I will forget tomorrow. Some human valors are part of his tale, with much ethics, about a man who needs help from the others and, above all, from himself. It lacks violence and darkness to be a real efficient episode as I already saw in this sort of series. Perfect stuff for housewifes who prepare dinner with their children and wait for their husbands coming back from work.

Directed by Peter Godfrey, the Hollywood vet who made some Code 3 episodes.


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