Peter Gunn: Season 1, Episode 9

Image of Sally (17 Nov. 1958)

TV Episode  -   -  Action | Mystery | Crime
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A man just released from prison hurries down a dark street, sees a patrolman, then breaks into a run. He runs to a warehouse, where he's attacked by a gunman. In the struggle, the assailant... See full summary »

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Episode complete credited cast:
Craig Stevens ...
Lola Albright ...
Hope Emerson ...
Herschel Bernardi ...
Monica Lewis ...
Sally Hall
Phillip Pine ...
Si Robbin
Herbert Ellis ...
Wilbur (as Herb Ellis)
Richard Devon ...
Joe Nord
Capri Candela ...
Robert Sherman ...
Alley
Bruno VeSota ...
Clerk
Robert Cavendish ...
Detective
Dick Crockett ...
Louie Dorson
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A man just released from prison hurries down a dark street, sees a patrolman, then breaks into a run. He runs to a warehouse, where he's attacked by a gunman. In the struggle, the assailant is killed. The ex-con hires Peter Gunn to find his girlfriend, to help the ex-con beat the murder charge. Police Lt. Jacoby confides to Gunn that the dead man is a hired killer, and the ex-con took the rap for a payroll robbery, from which the take was never found. Gunn tracks down the girlfriend, who has no interest in helping, because she has a new lover. He's the ex-con's partner - who didn't go to prison. Written by David Stevens

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Action | Mystery | Crime | Drama

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17 November 1958 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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Wilbur: [in beat club] Hey, big daddy!
Peter Gunn: How are you, Wilbur?
Wilbur: Like in 'don't ever change', Pete. I just keep swingin', and it creates a wild draft, and I stay cool. Glad you could fall by, man.
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Peter Gunn
Music by Henry Mancini
Henry Mancini and His Orchestra; John Williams, piano; Robert Bain, guitar; Jack Sperling, drums; Rolly Bundock, bass; Larry Bunker, vibes; Richard Nash, Milt Bernhart, trombone; Pete Candoli, Conrad Gozzo', trumpet; Ted Nash, alto sax; Ronnie Lang, baritone sax; Gene Cipriano, flute.
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A Few Nice Scenes, But That's It
30 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A man no sooner gets out of prison serving a four-year term, when someone tries to kill him. The reverse happens and the survivor winds up back in jail. He asks Pete to track down his girlfriend. That, it turns, leads to unpaid money from a big robbery, two-timing by the woman.....and more murder.

I'm making it sound a little better than it really was, because this was somewhat of a blah episode. It was the first one I've seen in this first season that was kind of flat. We did get a little humor from the beatnik "Wilbur" (Herb Ellis) and a nice, tender scene with "Edie" (Lola Albright) and our hero had been beat up by thugs.

The above were the highlights of otherwise-unmemorable episode, although the head thug "Joe Nord" was played by an actor (Richard Devon) who was only in his twenties but looked a lot older.


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