Peter Gunn (1958–1961)
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The Feathered Doll 

After a midway shooting gallery employee realizes that some of the prize dolls are being used for a sinister purpose, he asks Gunn for protection. His request is not as simple as it seems.

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Peter Gunn
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Edie Hart
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Lieutenant Jacoby
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After a midway shooting gallery employee realizes that some of the prize dolls are being used for a sinister purpose, he asks Gunn for protection. His request is not as simple as it seems.

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2 November 1959 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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Written by Henry Mancini and Sammy Cahn
Performed by Lola Albright
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Barbie It Ain't
17 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

So what's with those ugly feathered dolls. Seems like some guys are just dying to get hold of one. Superior Gunn, with all the series strengths, including imaginative camera set-ups and a grisly wax museum. Love that hook that tours us through such compelling folks as Jack the Ripper, Lizzie Borden, and other headline grabbers. But stay away from the forest of upraised knives and hatchets. Still, I wish they'd let us in to watch the carnival belly dancer who really does fill out what there is of a costume. Pete's really slicked up for this half-hour. Too bad he's neglecting Edie, especially after her cool jazz number, but then he does have a story to work out. Anyhow, watch for such familiar TV stalwarts as Meyer, Firestone, and Marley, adding their usual brand of colorful support. And catch Peggy Maley, the babe from The Wild One (1954). Good twist ending I didn't see coming. It may not be too plausible, but I'm not watching for reasons of logic. All in all, it's A- grade Gunn, at least in my little book.


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