Lock Up: Season 2, Episode 4

Flying High (15 Oct. 1960)

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The investigation of a murdered stewardess implicates one of her two roommates, Jean Davis. Maris uncovers romantic jealousies between two of the women who had dated the same pilot, and a ... See full summary »

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Macdonald Carey ...
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Lt. Jim Weston
Joan O'Brien ...
Claudia Scott
Mary Webster ...
Jean Davis
Ross Elliott ...
William Tyler
William Joyce ...
Ralph Daly
Esther Dale ...
Mrs. Raymond
Don Eitner ...
Tony
Dick Elliott ...
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Eve Bernard ...
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The investigation of a murdered stewardess implicates one of her two roommates, Jean Davis. Maris uncovers romantic jealousies between two of the women who had dated the same pilot, and a secret marriage as potential motives for the killing. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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Romance gone awry
20 September 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Stewardess Jean Davis is arrested for murdering one of her room mates and calls upon Maris, who she had met on one of her flights, to defend her. Maris and Lt. Weston investigate and uncover romantic entanglements. A somewhat pedestrian storyline but it does have one great line. When they arrest the real culprit and listen to his reason for killing the room mate, Weston says: "Why do these guys always say 'you don't understand me'?" The supporting cast was pretty humdrum except for Esther Dale who was in countless movies and television shows. The show also mentioned a practice that is fortunately no longer the case (and it's pathetic that it ever was) and that is that stewardesses couldn't be married. Ah, the good old days.


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