A newspaper writer/novelist tells his analyst about his experiences with a man who was a once a rebel in Spain, a gangster in New York and is now back in Spain after U.S. authorities ... See full summary »

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Jack Fleming
Victoria Shaw ...
Helena
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Ramon Castillo / Raymond Castle
Tol Avery ...
The Publisher
Carlos Rivas ...
2nd in command / Spanish Civil War
Peter Mamakos ...
The Chauffer
Arthur Batanides ...
Sam Gilman ...
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Edward (as Frank De Kova)
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A newspaper writer/novelist tells his analyst about his experiences with a man who was a once a rebel in Spain, a gangster in New York and is now back in Spain after U.S. authorities deported him. The writer also recalls his love for the man's girl and how revealing his feelings lead to an unhappy ending for all concerned. Written by dubchi

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14 May 1964 (USA)  »

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A confusing, talky misfire....
14 October 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

In this sub-par episode, Jack Warden stars as a reporter talking about his experiences to some analyst. As a result, the show is made up of lots of flashbacks and it all comes off as confusing and really talky. The story is all about the reporter's experiences with a part-time freedom fighter/full-time thug, Ramon (Telly Savalas) as well as the reporters love story with some lady. The ending is bizarre and really didn't work well.

I found my attention wavering throughout. I think the story might have worked better if the story had just been told without flashbacks and if it had been tightened up. As it is, I was really bored and disappointed. With too many poor episodes and too few amazing ones (and the show had quite a few great shows), I could see why the series only lasted two seasons. "The Watchman" should have never been made as it along with several episodes just before it, as the show had hit a bad patch here.


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