Mac's ex-pug pal Freddie O'Neale becomes a target for murder after he claims he can identify The Dutchman, a notorious jewel thief whose face is unknown to the police and to the posh San Francisco social set whose treasures he plunders.

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Freddie O'Neal
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Carter Mayerling
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Frances Mayerling
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John Thomas Clark
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Mac's ex-pug pal Freddie O'Neale becomes a target for murder after he claims he can identify The Dutchman, a notorious jewel thief whose face is unknown to the police and to the posh San Francisco social set whose treasures he plunders.

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The plane Mac and Sally fly to Palm Springs in is a 1968 BEECH CRAFT - BEECH-95, Aircraft Registration (N70MB). Still in service. See more »

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Freddie O'Neal: [after Mac takes control of the plane and evades the attackers] Mac, that was first class! How many lessons you have?
Sally McMillan: Six.
Freddie O'Neal: You did that with six lessons? That's wonderful!
Sally McMillan: You haven't heard what number seven was.
Commissioner Stewart McMillan: [Panicked] How to land!
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Mac brings in the ship and a mysterious aroma
30 November 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The best part of this McMillan&Wife story was right at the beginning of it when Rock Hudson after pilot Robert Dowdell is wounded in a midair attack brings the plane down for a soft desert landing. They should have climaxed the episode with that. It was all downhill from there.

In the plane was Claude Akins who is a former fighter who can identify the mysterious jewel thief known as the Dutchman. So if that was the case why didn't he just identify him and be done with that? The only other clue they have is a mysterious aroma that Susan Saint James sniffed out. At a wake she spends the evening sniffing all the guests out like a bloodhound.

One of the lesser episodes from this series.


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