Two showgirls come to town and kidnap a Park Avenue psychiatrist from his office. They keep him in their hotel room at gunpoint, determined that he should pay off debts incurred in Las ... See full summary »

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(as Joel Carpenter)
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Paul Burke ...
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Nancy Malone ...
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Dr. Max Lewine
Sally Gracie ...
Bixie
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Beverly Lewine
Pat Englund ...
Meredith (as Patricia Englund)
Dorothy Sands ...
Mrs. Lewine
Cynthia Belgrave ...
Cleaning Lady
Lou Criscuolo ...
Tyrone (as Louis Criscuolo)
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Doorman
Leonard Elliott ...
Dance Director
Douglas Paul ...
Hackie
Al Toigo ...
Walter (as Alfred Toigo)
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Two showgirls come to town and kidnap a Park Avenue psychiatrist from his office. They keep him in their hotel room at gunpoint, determined that he should pay off debts incurred in Las Vegas, including that he promised to marry one of them, though he's already married. Written by WesternOne

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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26 December 1962 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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The statue of the Goddess Athena which was seen in the third season episode The Hot Minerva can be seen in this episode in Matthau's living room. See more »

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A must see for the Walter Matthau fan
26 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Thank you RTV for showing these classics!!! Walter Matthau is excellent in this. He shows both charm and confusion, at the same time being arrogant and demanding. Very hard to pull off. Every single girls realistic fantasy about being with a married man. This episode was done with smarts and humor. Not sure if written by a man, but would be surprised. Did he really love her? No. He loved the idea of her, different from his already boring life. He didn't know the real her. Did she really love him? No, and she was smart enough in the end to realize she didn't even know him either. To kick him back to his wife after showing the real HER was brilliant and something only a real woman would do. It showed the growth she made after dealing with this confused man.


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