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The Phone Call 

To pay for an operation for his crippled wife, a man has been trying to extract money from the wives of servicemen by harassing them with phone calls threatening to expose their secrets. ... See full summary »

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Inspector Lewis Erskine
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Arthur Ward
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Special Agent Tom Colby
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Sgt. Paul Devlin
Sarah Marshall ...
Belle Stone
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Curtis Stone
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Margaret Campbell
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SAC Gary Morgan
Richard O'Brien ...
Smokey
William Sargent ...
Dr. Millard Kern
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Joey Walters
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Jean Devlin
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Miss Trask
Pat Patterson ...
Drunk
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To pay for an operation for his crippled wife, a man has been trying to extract money from the wives of servicemen by harassing them with phone calls threatening to expose their secrets. During one of these calls one young woman is so distraught she accidentally falls to her death from her apartment balcony. Her husband vows to find the extortionist himself. Erskine and Colby work to find the man first before more violence results. Written by anonymous

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18 February 1968 (USA)  »

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