Michael Shayne (1960–1961)
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Murder Is a Fine Art 

Bohemian painter Adam Quick refuses Mike and Tim's offer to pay his fine for slugging a sleazy art dealer, preferring to get his day in court. Tim uses his connections to introduce Adam's ... See full summary »

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Bohemian painter Adam Quick refuses Mike and Tim's offer to pay his fine for slugging a sleazy art dealer, preferring to get his day in court. Tim uses his connections to introduce Adam's work to an influential art collector, but his efforts are again scuttled by the art dealer. When the art dealer is found murdered with Adam lying over the body unconscious, the police arrest the painter for the crime. Mike agrees to take the case and discovers a number of other people who wanted to see the art dealer dead. Written by David Bassler

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Crime | Drama

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17 March 1961 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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[first lines]
Dusa: Adam, please!
Adam Quick: Go home.
Dusa: Adam, listen. If you just want to hit somebody, hit me!
Adam Quick: Later.
Dusa: Adam, it's all my fault. I shouldn't have sold the painting.
Adam Quick: That's right.
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