Gunn's job is to remove a gangster from a wealthy man's mansion. The millionaire's wacky daughter had an ex-mob boss paroled to her and now he is using the estate as a base of operations to rub out his enemies and regain power.

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Gage Clarke ...
Walter C. Girard
Selette Cole ...
Lois Girard
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Sylvester
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Frank Loomis (as John Duke)
Arthur Lovejoy ...
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Gunn's job is to remove a gangster from a wealthy man's mansion. The millionaire's wacky daughter had an ex-mob boss paroled to her and now he is using the estate as a base of operations to rub out his enemies and regain power.

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13 June 1960 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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When Gunn and Sylvester look under the table, there are a pair of shoes clinging to the underside. Sylvester pulls them off, claiming they are magnetized. He then sticks their soles together. If they were both magnetized, the would have repelled each other. Also, it's very clear the bottoms are covered with double-sided sticky tape. See more »

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Patchy
22 May 2015 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Perfunctory episode without anything distinctive. Pete's hired to get paroled gangster Loomis out of rich man Walter's mansion. Seems Walter's flighty daughter has taken a fancy to the evil guy and Walter's too scared to do anything himself. Meanwhile, a rival gangster's been killed. So is Loomis behind it such that Pete can get him out of the mansion and into jail.

The 30-minutes is played more for humor than suspense. Gage Clark (Walter) is a familiar face from that era, specializing in weak, jittery roles as he does here. But almost stealing the show is unfamiliar Selette Cole as the daughter. Her Kewpie doll face and figure are perfect for a wacky personality. Maybe the best scene is the last one where a note gets delivered yoga style. Otherwise, it's a pretty patchy entry.


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