Movin' On: Season 2, Episode 2

From Baltimore to Eternity (16 Sep. 1975)

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Sonny and Will pick up a load from a Baltimore furniture factory whose owner has refused to pay a local thug "protection" money. The bomb intended for the factory ticks hidden in the ... See full summary »

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Charlie Banner
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Gus Manning
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Sonny and Will pick up a load from a Baltimore furniture factory whose owner has refused to pay a local thug "protection" money. The bomb intended for the factory ticks hidden in the trailer while Will tries to get Sonny to a dentist to fix his aching tooth. Written by dav3id-2

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