David 'Bannister' takes a job as a handyman at the Chesley Heights home for girls, only to find out the girls are being schooled in the arts of pick pocketing and safe cracking.

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Rita
Anthony Herrera ...
Don
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Jody (as Deborah Morgan-Weldon)
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Peter Grant
William Bronder ...
Jeff
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Lee
George Dickerson ...
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Arline Anderson ...
Mrs. Taylor
Vincent Lucchesi ...
Tom
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David 'Bannister' takes a job as a handyman at the Chesley Heights home for girls, only to find out the girls are being schooled in the arts of pick pocketing and safe cracking.

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In the credits above, the characters played by actors Anthony Herrera and Timothy O'Hagan have been swapped. Herrera (listed as playing the character of Peter Grant) actually played Don. O'Hagan (listed as Don) played Peter Grant. See more »

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Dr. David Bruce Banner: If you don't believe me, go ahead, return the wallet yourself.
Lee: Cops can do that after they bust you.
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The Orphans
20 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) accepts a job offer to be a handyman/driver at the Chesley Heights Home For Girls, an orphanage for teenage girls. Unfortunately, the manager, a woman named Rita(played by Annette Charles) is secretly(along with her boyfriend) training the girls to be safe-crackers, shoplifters, and pickpockets! When David finds out, he tries to stop the plan and redeem the girls before it is too late, as a fancy fund raiser will be used to rob the would-be donors. Marginal episode is undeniably far-fetched, bordering on silly, but fine acting and lively direction compensate, though this is certainly not a highlight of the series...


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