A professional stage pick-pocket has fallen on hard times, unable to get a booking since he developed arthritis in his hands. Desperate for money, he puts his skills to work on the general ... See full summary »

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A professional stage pick-pocket has fallen on hard times, unable to get a booking since he developed arthritis in his hands. Desperate for money, he puts his skills to work on the general public, but his conscience won't let him actually keep their money. Then suddenly, good things start coming his way. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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19 May 1959 (USA)  »

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Pleasant, not more...

It could have been created for TWILIGHT ZONE TV show. The unusual story of a professional pickpocket who have existential problems, and not only. Physical too, especially with his fingers; problems that could jeopardize his all life. The cute aspect of this story is that our lead finds out some things he did not expect before. For instance, the scenes in the streetcar, and later in a lobby, where he steals the wallets of two men, and then have some conscience problems...

It's not a thriller, nor a drama or a comedy. It is hard to define this weird tale, but we have already seen this kind of story in the TZ TV show. It makes you think about the meaning of life, as our lead, the pickpocket.

Not uninteresting. Worth seeing.


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