A female cop goes undercover in a women's jail, and her life is in danger when a hardened killer finds out that there's an undercover cop among the inmates and sets out to find out who she is.

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Asst. Sheriff Barrett
Joan Banks ...
Bonnie Benson
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Capt. Helen Lawford
Carroll McComas ...
Aggie Martin
Vici Raaf ...
Sgt. Kress
Nora Marlowe ...
Dorothy Neumann ...
Jen
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Evelyn
Irene James ...
Inez Bergen
Bobby Clark ...
Bobby (as Bobby Clarke)
Eugene W. Biscailuz ...
Himself - Los Angeles County Sheriff
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A female cop goes undercover in a women's jail, and her life is in danger when a hardened killer finds out that there's an undercover cop among the inmates and sets out to find out who she is.

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24 December 1957 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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An interesting TV flick

I did not know this TV series at all. I just discover it. And I am highly interested in viewing the following.

It seems all the stories of these shows are inspired from actual facts. All related with LA county jail. This episode takes place in women's can. But it's not just another women's prison film. I did not expect that. The lead - Joan Banks - is in jail for murder, she has a son, and we can feel some empathy for her. But in the same time, we can watch her being the "evil" one in search of an inmate who is an undercover cop. That's unusual, because in other prison films, the leads are always the good ones, who often fight to prove their innocence. Or, why not, the undercover cops...

The ending is also interesting.

I recommend it.

Directed by Ted Post, the future director of Magnum Force.


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