Mike Hammer: Season 2, Episode 32

Stocks and Blondes (7 Aug. 1959)

TV Episode  -   -  Action | Crime | Drama
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Tom O'Rough is severely beaten en route to Mike's office. He's concern that Si Loomis, a small-time crook, has won the heart of his employer, Edie Sanford, and she's about to lose her money... See full summary »

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Rita Lynn ...
Edie Sanford
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Simon Loomis
K.L. Smith ...
Tom O'Rough
Roxane Brooks ...
Dina Dawes (as Roxanne Brooks)
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Tom O'Rough is severely beaten en route to Mike's office. He's concern that Si Loomis, a small-time crook, has won the heart of his employer, Edie Sanford, and she's about to lose her money and her company to the grifter. When Mike can't force the crook to back off and can't convince the Edie that she's fallen for a criminal, he tries to use Loomis' pretty young secretary to get enough evidence to break up the romance. Written by David Bassler

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[Mike enters Loomis' private office and finds him kissing Dina passionately]
Simon Loomis: Now look here, Hammer. This is my place of business.
Mike Hammer: Business, huh? Well, I don't have to ask what your business is - she looked great! Who is she?
Simon Loomis: My secretary.
Mike Hammer: Secretary, eh? I thought the big love in your life was Edie Sanford.
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