Passport to Danger: Season 1, Episode 30

Rome (1955)

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While in Rome investigating the leaking of classified documents from the American Embassy, McQuinn stumbles upon a German counterfeiting plot.

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Donna Martell ...
Lilliana
Carl Milletaire ...
Florio
David Kasday ...
Nino
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Fitzpatrick
Ivan Triesault ...
Hoenschen
Frank Nechero ...
Carabinieri Police
Victor Romito ...
Carabinieri Officer
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While in Rome investigating the leaking of classified documents from the American Embassy, McQuinn stumbles upon a German counterfeiting plot.

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[last lines]
Florio: I'm sorry Signor McQuinn. I had to bring back the plates myself - but it is to take me out of the shade so I can be a square again.
Fitzpatrick: You've earned your detective license, Florio. I think we can help you get it.
Steve McQuinn: You mean you made us walk all that way just for that? Well, man, I'd have given you all the credit!
Florio: But I cannot take-a no chances, Signor.
Steve McQuinn: No chance? You trusted me with your girl, didn't you?
Florio: I do not trust you, signor, but I have full trust in Lilliana.
Lilliana: Oh, ho-ho, Carlo!
Steve McQuinn: [...]
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