Shayne is hired to sell a value pearl necklace quickly and use the proceeds to pay off a gambling debt. When Shayne opts to pressure the gambling club owner into turning the IOU over to him... See full summary »

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Lucy Hamilton
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Police Lt. Gentry
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Dick Hamilton
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Christine Hudson
Gilbert Green ...
David Norris
Burt Douglas ...
Floyd Hudson
Harry Bartell ...
Joe Barbizon
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Arthur Hudson
Tracey Roberts ...
Estelle Norris
Dinah Anne Rogers ...
Natalie
Harry Cooper ...
Angus Brown
Tipp McClure ...
Tip (as Tip McClure)
Laurence Haddon ...
Hood (as Lawrence Hadden)

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Shayne is hired to sell a value pearl necklace quickly and use the proceeds to pay off a gambling debt. When Shayne opts to pressure the gambling club owner into turning the IOU over to him for free, he is surprised when his client reacts angrily. Mike learns that the gambling debt was only a ruse. His pretty client is up to her eyeballs in blackmail and murder with suspects that include her brother-in-law, the casino lawyer, a former boyfriend and a sleazy divorce attorney. Written by David Bassler

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Crime | Drama

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2 December 1960 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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[Shane has tricked Barbizon into giving him an IOU belonging to a client]
Joe Barbizon: Shane, I think you have something of mine.
Michael Shayne: If you want it, Joe, you'll have to take it. That might cause a little commotion. Your customers might not like a floor show.
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