Kovac takes a crowd shot at a fire scene, inadvertently recording the daughter of an aged mobster, hiding out in a tough neighborhood. The old man is being protected by a gang of young hoods, or so he thinks.

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Ludwig Stössel ...
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Norma Delgado
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Marty Delgado
Weston Gavin ...
I. Q. Rickles (as James Kevin)
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Shivvy Brewster (as Charles Brill)
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Kovac takes a crowd shot at a fire scene, inadvertently recording the daughter of an aged mobster, hiding out in a tough neighborhood. The old man is being protected by a gang of young hoods, or so he thinks.

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31 October 1958 (USA)  »

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Dickinson and Armstrong Play Interesting Daughter-Father Duo
20 October 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Mike Kovac (series star Charles Bronson) is just taking some routine fire shots, which include spectators watching the blaze, when he inadvertently gets into trouble.

You see, some punks don't want to see one of the those people in the crowd being photographed. She's the daughter of a mobster and these young guys are in the middle of an extortion plot against the old geezer, who trusts them with some stolen money from years back.

So Kovac winds up in the middle of this mess but, as usual, keeps his cool and knows exactly how to handle things, even when they appear dire. This was a very interesting episode which has a lot of genres mixed into it with crazy ending.

An interesting aspect of this episode is guest star Angie Dickinson She was around 27 years old and looked different. Maybe it was the hairstyle but her voice was still recognizable. Dickinson played the old gangster's daughter.

The old guy was played by veteran actor Robert Armstrong, best known, perhaps, for his role as "Carl Denham" in the famous 1933 version of "King Kong." I thought Armstrong's role was the most interesting in this story.


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