J.J. Gideon is worried that his grandson, David, has taken up with the same woman that led his son, David's uncle, to possibly have embezzled $100,000 from their bank and eventually commit suicide. Gideon finds David in his office supposedly studying a law book but in reality he is there with her. David is quite in love with the older Dorine Hopkins, who had worked at the bank until fired and now called back recently to assist forensic accountant Lawrence Comminger with a audit requested by J.J. Gideon. David has an altercation with Dorine's husband, Tony, when both catch Dorine who was trying to move for the third time in three days. Dorine tells David that she needs $10,000 to pay Tony to get what he is holding over her but she won't reveal the details. Dorine informs David she raised the money on her own but Tony still refused to give her the manila folder with the documents. David decides to retrieve the documents himself but is knocked out after finding them. Later, when Tony is ... Written by
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The elderly watchman in J. J. Gideon's office building is wearing a Colt Peacemaker on his belt. Either the properties department got sloppy or we are asked to believe that the old man has been an armed security officer for a *very* long time. See more
Here, here, here, here, just a minute out there. Just a minute. Just a... Oh. Oh, it's you, sir. Evening, Mr. Gideon.