Racket Squad (1950– )
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The Case of the Two Little Country Girls 

Two innocent-looking country girls are actually a clever pair of con artists who stage thefts of their own goods in order to extort money from hotels.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Capt. John Braddock
Billy Lechner ...
Billy (as Bill Lechner)
Jo Anne
Tony (as Walter Wolf King)


A hotel manager accuses a bellboy of stealing $15,000 from one of the hotel's female guests. However, after Capt. Braddock investigates the incident, he begins to suspect that the "guest" may be a con artist who has pulled this same scam at other hotels. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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28 June 1951 (USA)  »

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A very complicated scam, that's for sure.
22 February 2014 | by See all my reviews

This episode of "Racket Busters" begins with a hotel manager and a bellboy storming into Captain Braddock's office. The manager wants the bellboy arrested and the bellboy keeps declaring his innocence. However, after they tell just a bit of their story, the Captain seems to know exactly what's REALLY going on--and the sweet and innocent Denning 'sisters' aren't really sweet at all...and they're not even sisters! What follows is one of the most complicated scams I've seen in the episodes of the series that I have seen. It's all very clever and it's best you just see it for yourself.

Unlike the typical episode, the epilogue is a bit different. Braddock (Reed Hadley) talks a bit how confidence men and women look very ordinary--not like criminals. Otherwise, who would believe their lies? An informative and interesting episode.

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