Peter Gunn: Season 3, Episode 22

The Deep End (6 Mar. 1961)

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A Swimming Instructor allows a female pupil to drown and he hires Gunn to find out why. The man cannot understand exactly what happened and what his actions were-and he is about to be ... See full summary »

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A Swimming Instructor allows a female pupil to drown and he hires Gunn to find out why. The man cannot understand exactly what happened and what his actions were-and he is about to be charged with Manslaughter by the D.A.. Gunn is somewhat cynical but agrees to investigate the seemingly open-and-shut case. Written by dubchi

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Written by Alan Rankin Jones
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Some Kind of Lifeguard
10 February 2013 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

The opening is a grabber. We have no idea why Phil, the swimming instructor, stands idly by while his shapely student, Susan, drowns. It's another stylishly done episode with a number of offbeat characters, particularly Elic, the professor, who's over the top in entertaining fashion. Then there's the familiar face of nerdy John Fiedler as the world's worst composer. Just how his waltz that sounds like banging garbage cans could fill a hall with well-dressed people really needs to be explained. Pete and Edie get to trade some sultry banter that heats up the screen. All in all, it's a typical series mix of dramatics and stylish tongue in cheek.


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