Emile Hartman reports the theft of $100,000 worth of quality furs and his delivery van. Friday and Gannon aren't having much luck until an insurance agent reports a call from a man selling ... See full summary »

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Roger Brucker
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Emile Hartman reports the theft of $100,000 worth of quality furs and his delivery van. Friday and Gannon aren't having much luck until an insurance agent reports a call from a man selling fur coats. When he calls back a meeting is set up. The furrier must then give Gannon a crash course in furs so the detectives can pose as buyers to make the arrest. Written by bobbymaxwell

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16 March 1967 (USA)  »

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Who Are The Finks Who Stole The Minks?
4 April 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Animal Rights groups have made furs, I assume, almost a thing of the past, but for anyone still interested in how they make mink stoles and how you can tell a cheap one from a good one, this is your episode. It's actually pretty interesting.

"Bill Gannon" has to learn the business in a hurry after some thieves rob "Emile Carden" (Henry Corden) of a big load of them. Corden plays the stereotypical Jewish merchant from New York City with the thick accent and speech mannerisms. He teaches Bill what he knows in one day so the latter can go undercover as a buyer for the stolen merchandise.

It's a decent episode, with a little bit of humor thrown in and some suspense when Bill and "Joe Friday" (Jack Webb) set up and execute the "sting."


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