Longstreet (1971–1972)
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Through Shattering Glass 

When Mike hears a man being murdered, he pieces together enough clues to guess the killer's identity. He then plays a dangerous game as he pretends to be an eyewitness to the killing, hoping to draw the killer out into the open.

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Duke Paige
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Miss Cooper
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Mrs. Ames
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Jim Carlton
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Lieutenant LeBeau
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Lieutenant Gifford
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Mrs. Kingston
William Bramley ...
Leonard Ames
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Vic
Don McGovern ...
Fred
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Bellboy
Dallas Mitchell ...
Tourist
Sharyn Wynters ...
Waitress
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In the shadows of the darkened warehouse of Globe Airfreight where Mike is to meet with company manager Leonard Ames about airfreight thefts, unseen Mike can hear other men in the building, who he assumes are the killers when he finds Ames dead. Through some investigative work, Mike is able to identify Jim Carlton, one of Ames' long time friends and Los Angeles based business associates, as one of the men in the warehouse that night whose words Mike heard that night were implications of murder. Lieutenant Gifford with LAPD confirms that they have been tailing Carlton for airfreight thefts for quite some time, but have not been able to prove anything until now. However, Carlton has people who provide him with an alibi as to his whereabouts when Ames was killed. As such, Mike, with Nikki by his side, heads to Los Angeles to prove Carlton is the killer, with his own life at risk. Mike's plan includes masquerading as "Mr. Bell", an old business associate of Ames', but it also includes ... Written by Huggo

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Action | Crime | Drama

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24 February 1972 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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