Felony Squad: Season 2, Episode 3

A Most Proper Killing (25 Sep. 1967)

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A British inspector is coming to work with Stone and Briggs on a case that has ties to one he is working on. They go to the airport to pick him up but as soon as the man gets off the plane,... See full summary »

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Desk Sgt. Dan Briggs
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Det. Jim Briggs
Peter Bromilow ...
Harry Wade
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Harry Jocelyn
William Beckley ...
Dandy Phelps
Michael Stanwood ...
Airline Clerk
Sidney Clute ...
Cab Driver
Terry Naylor ...
Airline Info Girl
Dick Dial ...
Det. Boyd
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A British inspector is coming to work with Stone and Briggs on a case that has ties to one he is working on. They go to the airport to pick him up but as soon as the man gets off the plane, someone pulls a gun on him takes him away and then assumes the man's identity. The case involves some gems that were stolen in England and the man who stole them is in the US trying to fence them. Stone and Briggs have the cooperation of known fence. When the body of the inspector is found, Stone and Briggs go to the airport to check it out. The man then makes the fence tell the man to meet him at a place of his choosing. Stone and Briggs learn that the dead man is inspector and the one pretending to be him is the partner of the man they are looking for. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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