A murderous casino owner hires the agency to locate a con artist (a man from Mr. Steele's past) who swindled his operation. Ms. Holt's annoying mother is back.



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Albert Hoskins
Peter Bromilow ...
Robert G. Denison ...
Salesman (as Robert Denison)
Gerry Gibson ...
Raymond Skipp ...
Desk Clerk

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Daniel Chalmers, Steele's mentor, manages to win some money from a crooked casino in England. His associate who was caught before he could leave, told the owner who his partner is. He learns that Chalmers is going L.A. so he follows him. He then hires the agency to locate Chalmers. Steele is not there when he arrives. Chalmers made sure the owner followed him, cause he's pulling another scam with Steele's help. Laura's mother shows up because the guy she was seeing dumped her and when she meets Chalmers, he charms her. Laura is wondering what Steele and his friend are up to and is worried for her mother. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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5 April 1983 (USA)  »

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Loosely follows the plot of the Movie "The Sting" from 1973. See more »


During the dart throwing scene, when Mr. Steele first meets Albert Hoskins, Mr. Steele calls him by his name twice even though they have supposedly never met or been introduced. further, he knows where Mr. Hoskins is staying, even though that information hasn't been exchanged and shows up at his room the next day. See more »


Remington Steele: Laura, simply because a man earns his living on the shady side of the street doesn't mean that he's beyond human emotions. That he can't care very deeply and very passionately for someone. And he even might attempt to make a change.
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References Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944) See more »

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