Holden agrees to ship a box full of valuable diamonds, not realizing a pickpocket has already switched the box with the real stones for worthless paste. Complicating matters are a beautiful... See full summary »

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Louise Rutherford
Tom Nolan ...
Tommy Jones (as Tommy Nolan)
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Jeb Carter
William D. Gordon ...
Joe Travis (as William Gordon)
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King Donovan ...
Paddy Britt
Francis De Sales ...
Ed Baker (as Francis DeSales)
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Holden agrees to ship a box full of valuable diamonds, not realizing a pickpocket has already switched the box with the real stones for worthless paste. Complicating matters are a beautiful widow, a young stowaway who wants to become a riverboat pilot. Written by David Bassler

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Adventure | Western

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29 November 1959 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Ed Baker: Mr. Carter feels he'll rest a lot easier when he's on board *with* the diamonds.
Captain Grey Holden: Oh, there's nothing to worry about, Mr. Carter. You better give them to me now and get on board. We sail in less than two hours.
Jeb Carter: Why, Mr. Baker is going to put them on the boat, but thank you, Captain, thank you.
Captain Grey Holden: Mr. Baker?
[Baker nods]
Captain Grey Holden: Well then, why am I here?
Jeb Carter: Well, I-I just wanted to meet you first.
Captain Grey Holden: Oh, I see. Well, if I'm satisfactory, you'll be the first test I've passed since the third grade.
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