When newspaper editor George Walker is viciously attacked by a German shepherd, he calls on Peter Gunn to find out why, and his suspicions center on Carl Kane, a powerful and shady ...
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When newspaper editor George Walker is viciously attacked by a German shepherd, he calls on Peter Gunn to find out why, and his suspicions center on Carl Kane, a powerful and shady businessman. Gunn's path to the truth leads through late-night strong-arm meetings, a poetry-quoting bum and Walker's overly helpful assistant. Written by
Newspaper columnist George Walker is convinced corrupt Carl Kane is seeking revenge because of the truth George is having printed and he wants Pete's help now with the latest canine attack on him. Get me the owner of that German Shepard thus the criminal is found and columns can continue bringing Kane to justice, Walker tells Gunn. Pete goes about looking for a big dog and he finds a secretary with motive. Lead astray by Walker's secretary full of greed, Pete finds himself running from the same attack dog. The intrigue is sufficient to keep us guessing what is to come and I refuse to give it away. Jacobi finds himself in this thankfully and I'm certain Pete is happy the Lieutenant continues his investigation of the earlier dog attack. Casted well, played well and the smoke-filled rooms are not as noticeable, it is outside, but at night, as usual, but there is gunfire. Watch, the music with the car chases and the ultimate close is worth it.
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