Craig Kennedy, Criminologist: Season 1, Episode 4

The False Claimant (1952)

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An amnesia victim, a gardener who hates flowers and green grass, and a million-dollar art collection are part of the plot in this episode featuring the crime-breaking trio of criminologist ... See full summary »

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Episode complete credited cast:
Donald Woods ...
Sydney Mason ...
Insp. J.J. Burke
Lewis Wilson ...
Walt Jameson (as Lewis G. Wilson)
Trudy Marshall ...
Alice Woolwine
Jack Mulhall ...
James Kelly
Tom Hubbard ...
Floyd Sprague
Edna Holland ...
Mrs. Richards
Paul Newlan ...
Dan Sprague
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An amnesia victim, a gardener who hates flowers and green grass, and a million-dollar art collection are part of the plot in this episode featuring the crime-breaking trio of criminologist Craig Kennedy, newspaper reporter Walt Jameson and police inspector J. J. Burke. Kennedy is confronted by Alice Woodwine, a frightened girl seeking his aid,and Kennedy is knocked unconscious by an unseen assailant. The mystery deepens when Kennedy identifies the girl as the wealthy heiress pictured in one of Jameson's news stories. Jameson, ostensibly on an interview assignment, discovers that the girl is held in terror by three scheming servants who are plotting a gigantic fraud. Kennedy poses as an Austrian psychiatrist to uncover the plot. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Craig Kennedy: You come with me, Inspector.
Insp. J.J. Burke: Be right with you.
Walt Jameson: Hey! Don't I get in on this talk?
Insp. J.J. Burke: You better stay horizontal for a while.
Walt Jameson: Gee, when you worry about me, Inspector, I think my little ol' life is valuable.
Insp. J.J. Burke: It's only that I don't want any more murders to solve. I'm tired!
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