Lock Up: Season 1, Episode 16

A Reputation (9 Jan. 1960)

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Willie Clark, a small-time hustler and criminial is framed for the murder of State Attorney investigating John Kellso... See full synopsis »

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Willie Clark, a small-time hustler and criminial is framed for the murder of State Attorney investigating John Kellso... See full synopsis »

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Leap of faith
17 October 2007 | by (Studio City, CA) – See all my reviews

Willie Clark is framed for the murder of the State Attorney investigating local crime boss John Kellso. So far, so good. But, we are shown that Willie was talking with the State Attorney when assassinated and the murderer put the gun in Willie's car.

Fast forward to the end. Willie is shot by Kelso after John Kellso reads Willie's file stolen from attorney Herb Maris, who sprung Willie from jail. Maris and the police arrive as Willie captures Kellso with a fork-lift in a warehouse. Kellso says shooting Willie was an accident and Maris agrees but adds, that the bullet in Willie's arm will convict him of murder.

Did I miss something? The murdered was Glenn Schneider (Snyder?) an investigator for the State Attorney, who later was murdered but we never know truly know if by Kellso.

However, Willie and John are great characters and testimony that stupid people can succeed in crime.


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