Decoy (1957– )
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During a murder investigation, Casey arrests a drug-addicted young woman who has lost her memory after an all-night pot party.

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Beth Wilson
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Sgt. Steve Necclo
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Kenneth Davidson
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Charles Rae King ...
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During a murder investigation, Casey arrests a drug-addicted young woman who has lost her memory after an all-night pot party.

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First television role for Larry Hagman. See more »

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Sgt. Steve Necclo: You think there's a narcotics angle?
Casey Jones: Well, I could be wrong, but the things Beth said started me thinking about everything being so slow and fuzzy... Saturday night, slow motion. She said she could hear the moon turn.
Sgt. Steve Necclo: So maybe she reads poetry. Her sister's autopsy didn't turn up a thing and she was examined, don't forget. No needle marks, not a sign of snow.
Casey Jones: I'm thinking about something that wouldn't leave a trace.
Sgt. Steve Necclo: Marijuana!
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Historically interesting
25 July 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Interesting early television show about the bad effects of marijuana use. A young woman wakes up in a seedy hotel room with no memory of her name or anything. The only clue are two college football tickets. The young woman responds to the name "Geraldine" but is sure it isn't hers. The investigators played by Beverly Garland and Simon Oakland find out that there is in a hospital a recently seriously injured young woman who apparently was thrown from a car. Further investigation (and the returning memory of the first young woman) reveal that her name is Alice Wilson and the woman who died was her half sister Geraldine. It is also discovered that Alice gave Gerry "reefers" and smoked them herself and that while under the influence Alice sped down the highway at 100 miles per hour and Gerry simply stepped out of the car. The show ended with Garland speaking directly to the audience and reminding us that we must live with the terrible mistakes we make. Especially interesting was seeing Larry Hagman in a pretty substantial role - what a long career he has had. It's always nice to see Simon Oakland in a show, he's such a solid performer. Garland was, as expected, wonderful in this series - an empathetic yet also tough cop. Good show.


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