A perplexed Gunn has a baby dumped on his doorstep. He finds the father is scheduled to testify against a crime czar who is hiding out until all witnesses are killed. Gunn sets himself up as a target to draw the mobster out into the open.

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Ernie Graves (as Donald Barry)
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A perplexed Gunn has a baby dumped on his doorstep. He finds the father is scheduled to testify against a crime czar who is hiding out until all witnesses are killed. Gunn sets himself up as a target to draw the mobster out into the open.

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27 June 1960 (USA)  »

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Edie Hart: [Pete and Edie are snuggling in front of the fireplace when the baby begins to cry in the background] Well?
Peter Gunn: Must be time for the baby's bottle.
Edie Hart: [pulling Pete back into her arms] Chapter 11: The first thing a child should learn - patience is a virtue.
Peter Gunn: Really?
[they embrace]
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Mr. Cool Gets Frazzled
11 November 2015 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Maybe the most notable feature of this otherwise routine entry is a really frazzled Pete. Yes, Mr. Cool and Composed gets all desperate when a baby turns up in his room. It's actor Stevens having to reach for an uncharacteristic emotion away from the usual detachment he does so well. Good thing there's Edie to the rescue. Seems a gangster is bumping off witnesses who can testify against him. So one witness leaves his kid off with Pete for safety. Good to see Don "Red" Barry pick up a payday after all those Westerns he made in the 40's. Then there's midget Billy Barty showing everyone how to shoot pool. Staging for action scenes, however, is pretty abrupt, but then they've only got 22-minutes to complete the story. On a minor note—catch the baby's bassinet that gets passed around, except it's pretty evident there's no baby in it. Considering the rigors of filming, I guess that's understandable. Anyway, it's a visually entertaining 30-minutes even if the narrative's pretty routine.


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