Tod and Buz,in the Los Angeles area,while Tod is taking a computer class at UCLA and Buz sells cosmetics,aid a "girl in danger".She claims the mafia are after her to locate her "Don" father... See full summary »

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Jan Emerson
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Private Investigator Baer
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Marva Emerson
John Beradino ...
Police Lieutenant Fielding
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Stella Lombardi
William Sargent ...
Gaxton
Peter Walker ...
Trivers
Justin O'Brien ...
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Paul Shively ...
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Gene Benton ...
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Tod and Buz,in the Los Angeles area,while Tod is taking a computer class at UCLA and Buz sells cosmetics,aid a "girl in danger".She claims the mafia are after her to locate her "Don" father who they plan to kill.Tod and Buz have an uneasy series of adventures before the true story comes out. Written by dubchi

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As Jan's mother leaves the room with the detective she says "Tom, you will have to advise me about what amount of ransom will bring the best result". Ransoms are set by kidnappers; the actress probably misspoke and meant to say "what amount of reward". See more »

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Full End Credit Acknowledgment: Grateful acknowledgment is made to the Hollywood Hill Hotel for the use of their facilities and Skyroom. See more »

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14 March 2016 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Rather lame episode. It's like the producers got 16-year old Patty Mc Cormack (The Bad Seed {1956}), then weren't sure what to do with her. The script is erratic at best, more like it's been cobbled together. Jan (McCormack) enlists the guys to help her escape mafia hit-men she says are after her because of her dad. Seems some goof-ball detective agency is also after her. Meanwhile, the boys fumble around hiding her in their all-male lodgings. This latter suggests farcical elements amid the rather confusing narrative, while the detectives appear to be lampooning TV's spate of detective shows. Anyway, McCormack does her best while knocking about Hollywood and the UCLA campus, along with Tod and Buzz. In my little book, it's an unfortunate misfire, one of the few times when a series screenplay couldn't find a footing.


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