Friday and Smith attempt to solve a series of car thefts but are getting nowhere until they learn that the car thieves are selling the stolen cars illegally.

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Dick Ryan ...
Wilbur Evanston
Thomas E. Jackson ...
Joel Pennet (as Thomas Jackson)
Eric Bond ...
Roger Grayson
Joe Corey ...
Harry Larwill (as Joseph Corey)
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Friday and Smith attempt to solve a series of car thefts but are getting nowhere until they learn that the car thieves are selling the stolen cars illegally.

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26 April 1956 (USA)  »

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Mrs. Prescott: Oh, come on, now. I'm not so bad. I don't mean to brag but I've always been a popular girl. People take to me. I don't know why. They just do.
[looks at Friday and talks in a flirty tone]
Mrs. Prescott: Even you. I'll bet you could like me if you'd give yourself half a chance.
Sgt. Joe Friday: Could I?
Mrs. Prescott: Sure. Why don't you relax? What have you got to lose? Ralph will be out of circulation for quite a while.
Sgt. Joe Friday: Yeah.
Mrs. Prescott: Well then?
Sgt. Joe Friday: So will you.
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A case involving some very smart car thieves.
16 December 2013 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Sergeant Friday and Officer Smith are investigating a ring of thieves who are stealing cars and reselling them. However, these thieves are a lot smarter and more enterprising than most, as they don't just take the vehicles but forge very realistic looking 'pink slips' (the car ownership papers). They sure seem to be genuinely used cars up for sale and that is why it's so hard to catch the guys. It also is tough because when they catch a tough dame who is part of the gang, she refuses to say anything and thinks she can outsmart the 'dumb cops'.

All in all, I thought this episode was worth seeing but offered fewer thrills than normal and failed to keep my interest. I am not saying it's bad (it wasn't)--it just doesn't stand out for any particular reason.


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