Man Against Crime: Season 4, Episode 35

Doll Bandit (10 Jun. 1953)

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A chance encounter with a beautiful blonde provides Mike with the clue he needs to capture the glamorous bank robber.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Mike Barnett
Steve Gethers ...
Paul Genge ...
Rock Rogers ...
Little Sam
Robert Carson ...
Gas Station Attendant


A chance encounter with a beautiful blonde provides Mike with the clue he needs to capture the glamorous bank robber.

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10 June 1953 (USA)  »

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[last lines]
Mike Barnett: You'll get your doll bandit in just a minute, Officer, but first, this character needs a little searching.
Jenny: Isn't that usually done by a woman cop?
Mike Barnett: Don't flatter yourself, baby. I mean your purse. I got a hunch - and I'm right! A bank deposit key. I'm surprised you trust banks. Hang onto that, Officer. It'll unlock seventy-five grand.
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Well, coincidences do happen
24 September 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Mike Barnett helps a woman who is having a spirited argument with two men in a bar, and then gives the woman a lift home. Well, she a no-gooder and is part of a gang that robs a bank. Actually, the ploy they use to rob the bank was clever - she is disguised and has is holding a baby swaddled in blankets; the robber grabs the kid and then tells everyone that the kid will get hurt unless they do as they're told. The "kid" was actually a doll. Another nice touch in the show is when Barnett - who is being held by gun point by the woman robber - writes a message (backwards, as it were) on the car door to get a gas station attendant to call the cops. A pretty good episode with the always affable Ralph Bellamy.

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