The Roaring 20's (1960–1962)
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Right Off the Boat: Part 2 

Hoping to expose Pinky's new love, "14 Karat" Jones, for the cad he suspects him to be, Scott ships out as a seaman on a rum-runner.

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Donald May ...
Pat Garrison
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Pinky Pinkham
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Chauncey Kowalski
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Duke Williams
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Robert Howard
Louise Glenn ...
Gladys
Carolyn Komant ...
Dixie
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Carla
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14 Karat John
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Kenyon
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Scott Norris
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Lt. Joe Switolski
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Chris Higbee
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Hoping to expose Pinky's new love, "14 Karat" Jones, for the cad he suspects him to be, Scott ships out as a seaman on a rum-runner.

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20 May 1961 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Remembering
28 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

I don't know what made me think of this show again after 55 years, but I did. I just remembered the show's title and had to do a little digging to find the two episodes that Roger Moore was in. This was even before The Saint. I was 13 years old and lovely Roger made quite the impression on me. The two parts should be released as a movie. Even though I haven't seen the show since 1961 I'm sure it would hold up. I remember it as wonderfully romantic. And I was thrilled when later Roger was in The Saint. But, back to the Roaring 20s. These two episodes were more like a movie than a TV show. They showed a bit more of the history of bootlegging in that era. I'd love to see it again.


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