Remington Steele: Season 1, Episode 18

Steele in the News (4 Mar. 1983)

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Steele and Laura investigate the murder of two news team personnel at a local television station.

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Steele and Laura investigate the murder of two news team personnel at a local television station.

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Remington Steele: Two people have been murdered Miss Vogleson. Why are you so consumed with Remington Steele?
Amy Colbert: I believe him to be a fraud, a charlatan, a conman.
Remington Steele: I knew a young man once, virtually an orphan. Shunted from relative to relative, always underfoot and unwanted. He'd been given many names as a child. Sometimes to suit the vanity of those who sheltered him, others to bilk the government with one more dependant. He never knew who he really was or where he belonged, so he set out at an early age to find ...
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