Syndicate hood Johnny Vayle, on his way to meet his underworld associates, is convinced to land at a rural airport by his wife, Eve, and murdered. She informs Johnny's former associates ... See full summary »

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Eve Vayle
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Stanley Luchek (as Ronald Feinberg)
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Homer Chill
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Johnny Vayle (as Charlie Guardino)
Amzie Strickland ...
Mildred
Jerry Jones ...
Cabbie
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Ollie Maybrick
Richard Reed ...
Dorlan
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Syndicate hood Johnny Vayle, on his way to meet his underworld associates, is convinced to land at a rural airport by his wife, Eve, and murdered. She informs Johnny's former associates that she has the documents and blackmails them into paying her off for the rest of her life. The IMF's job is to recover the documents -- which the team plans to do by suggesting to Eve that her husband may still be alive. Written by aldanoli

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12 January 1973 (USA)  »

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Barney takes Eve Vayle to a morgue to view her husband's body. It is the same morgue that was used in the episode TOD-5. See more »

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At the beginning of the episode, Barney (Greg Morris), posing as a police officer, is writing down the license numbers of vehicles outside the house of Eve Vayle (Laraine Stephens). When shot from the front, Barney is standing next to a concrete lamppost on a sunlit street, between a dark brown car and a gray one. When the shot switches to a reverse angle from Eve's front door, however, he's suddenly standing on an overcast street between two black vehicles, and the lamppost is nowhere to be seen. Then the shot switches back to a front view as she approaches him, and he's back on a sunlit street. See more »

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[first lines]
Eve Vayle: Welcome home, darling.
Johnny Vayle: Okay, what is it? Why did you want me to set down out here?
Eve Vayle: It was Luchek's idea. Federal agents are waiting for you in L.A. They want those records.
Johnny Vayle: What does he want me to do?
Eve Vayle: Turn them over to me, and then you land in L.A. clean.
Johnny Vayle: No... No chance. This stuff is dynamite. And Luchek should know better than to involve you.
Eve Vayle: But I'm your wife. He has no other choice. Trust me, darling. Luchek said...
Johnny Vayle: Forget what Luchek said. I collected this stuff, and I'll ...
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