A chance encounter with racketeer Danny Arketto at the carnival gives police Lt. Kellogg a new angle on how to bring down. While there, the cop visits a fortune tells who warns him death is... See full summary »

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Lt. Chris Kellogg
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A chance encounter with racketeer Danny Arketto at the carnival gives police Lt. Kellogg a new angle on how to bring down. While there, the cop visits a fortune tells who warns him death is near, and to beware the full moon and a tiger at noon. As his investigation of Arketto progresses, the gypsy's words prove eerily accurate. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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Not bad...and an interesting chance to see a heavy play cop for a change.
21 October 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

"Tiger at Noon" is written by Sidney Sheldon--the famous fiction writer and writer for "I Dream of Jeanie". It stars Stephen McNally as Lt. Kellogg and Anthony Caruso as Danny Arketto.

The show begins with the Lieutenant taking a day off to spend it with his son. Surprisingly, he sees a well-known hood, Arketto, out with his son-- and the cops have had no idea that Arketto had any family. So, knowing the guy has a son, Kellogg thinks perhaps he might have a way to capture the mobster. However, at the same time, a fortune teller has warned him about danger--dangers that all seem to be coming true when he investigates the Arketto case.

Overall, this is mildly interesting plot-wise. However, it was nice to see two very famous big and small-screen heavies starring in this one. Worth seeing but far from the show's best.


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