Pat runs into a visiting European prince who wants to find out how Americans really live, but he can't get away from all his hangers-on. Pat helps him escape them, and takes him on a tour ... See full summary »

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Donald May ...
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Mike Road ...
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Susie Morris
Alexander Davion ...
Prince Frederic (as Alex Davion)
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Si Ward
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Count Deidrich (as Oscar Beregi)
Richard Benedict ...
Bert (as Dick Benedict)
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Anders (as Joseph Turkel)
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Joseph Mell ...
Sol (as Joe Mell)
Bobby Jordan ...
Herbie (as Robert Jordan)
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Pat runs into a visiting European prince who wants to find out how Americans really live, but he can't get away from all his hangers-on. Pat helps him escape them, and takes him on a tour of Brooklyn. Trouble starts when he falls for a Brooklyn girl named Susie Morris, who already has a boyfriend--who is one of Brooklyn's most notorious gangsters. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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3 June 1961 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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Royal mistake for the prince

An offbeat story this topic. See for yourself. Our lead character helps a prince from Europe finding out how real US citizens live. But nothing will be simple for the prince when he'll fall in love for a gun moll. He could have made a better choice, couldn't he? As I expected, this story slightly declines from time to time towards comedy. But it remains more than acceptable, thanks to Bob Altman, who already made another episode of the series. Robert Altman who was here in his early days...But, as it seems usual in this show, production design and overall settings are perfect for this series. I will finish by telling that is definitely not a gangster story but a drama with a bit of light hearted breeze, near the comedy boundaries.


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