Carl Dawes has been in prison for murder, but has been paroled and he goes to see his former girlfriend Sara Webber. Dawes and Webber played confidence games, cheating business types out of... See full summary »

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Sara Webber
Tim McIntire ...
Carl Dawes
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Coleman
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Roy Garvey
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Sam Mirakian
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Kate Roberti
George Chiang ...
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Mr. Charts
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Lisa's Roommate
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Counterman
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Sue Ingham (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)
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Carl Dawes has been in prison for murder, but has been paroled and he goes to see his former girlfriend Sara Webber. Dawes and Webber played confidence games, cheating business types out of their money, but Sara has gone straight. When Carl asks about a suitcase they had kept, Sara tells him it is still at the San Diego apartment of her friend Kate Roberti, which drives Carl into a rage, as he claims the suitcase contains $300,000 from a Syndicate courier he killed years earlier. He smacks Sara, then stabs a bystander who tries to stop him, and flees. Sara is reluctant to implicate Carl, but Lt. Trench tells Sara to hire Harry Orwell else he'll have to arrest her for aiding a fleeing criminal. She hires Harry to find her suitcase in San Diego, but when Harry meets Kate he learns she gave the suitcase to another friend in LA. Harry drives to LA but find Kate's friend dead in her apartment, the suitcase hidden; Harry is also unaware that Granville Coleman and Roy Garvey, two Mob hit men... Written by Michael Daly

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22 January 1976 (USA)  »

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This is the 4th time Tim McIntire would work with David Janssen, starting with The Fugitive: Ill Wind (1966). See more »

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Lt. K.C. Trench: I made Orwell a promise. He does not take such things lightly. And neither do I.
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