Mike is hired by the District Attorney to help protect the life of an important witness against a gang of racketeers.





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Episode cast overview:
Eddie Wilson (as James Lydon)
Johnny Patch
Martin Denny
Toni Gerry ...
Bess Wilson
Fred Essler ...
Papa Korman
Susie Wilson


Mike is hired by the District Attorney to help protect the life of an important witness against a gang of racketeers.

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Crime | Drama




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7 December 1959 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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[opening narration]
Mike Kovac: I'm Mike Kovac, photographer. A Deputy District Attorney named Martin Denny called me in on a murder case. He wanted some pictures taken. Not of the killer or the victim but of a witness he had in custody.
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I want that picture! I want that Picture! I'll kill you for that picture!
15 December 2010 | by (Brooklyn NY USA) – See all my reviews

***SPOILERS*** Willing to testify against mob boss Stacy in his killing of old man Popa Korman, Fred Essler, Eddie Wilson, Jimmy Lydon, got cold feet when he was about to give his eye witness testimony. That's when he spotted Stacy's enforcer Johnny Patch, Gavin MacLeod, give him the death or cut throat sigh outside the courtroom.

With freelance photographer Mike Kovac, Charles Bronson, assigned by the D.A's office to act as Eddie's bodyguard as well as personal photographer in photographing anything or anyone suspicious within ten yards of Eddie he's still shot through his secured safe-house or hotel-room that the D.A provided for him; As well as his wife Bess and 5 year old daughter Suzy, Toni Gerry & Terry Startford, by hired hit-man Santos, George Keymas. That's when Eddie opened the window at his wife's insistence for some air.

Knowing that Eddie is too scared to testify as long as Patch & Santos are on the loose Mike decides to drew the two hoods out into the open by getting them to knocked him off instead of Eddie. That's by having D.A Martin Denny, Robert Carson, plant a story in the newspapers that Kovac in fact took a photo, with a telephoto lens, of the two just as Santos got his shot off that ended up almost killing Eddie Wilson!

***SPOILERS*** Using himself as bait Kovac as well the police get the results that they wanted. But only after he almost got himself killed, after being worked over, by a frantic Santos who together with his partner Johnny Patch broke into his apartment. That's with the police coming to his rescue just before Santos was about to plug him. Kovac gets in a few good shot into Santos mug in order to pay him back for what he did to him earlier by almost busting his skull open. It was also after the two hoods were put away that Eddie finally got his courage back and his testimony ended up putting the Teflon coated mob boss Stacy behind bars for good.

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