State Trooper: Season 3, Episode 3

This One'll Kill Ya (15 Jan. 1959)

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Blake investigates the murder of a woman found dead in her car in Reno. His prime suspect is the woman's ex-husband.



(as Steven Thornley)
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Episode cast overview:
Rod Cameron ...
Robert Armstrong ...
Waldo Sims
Joey Forman ...
Johnny Garth
Joan Tabor ...
Jill Benton
Miranda Jones ...
Kay Wallace
George N. Neise ...
Warren Poole (as George Neise)


The former girlfriend of a rising comedian refuses to take being dumped lightly and threatens to provide her juicy story to the newspaper gossip columnists. She then threatens a chorus girl whom she accuses of trying to replace her. When the gold digger is found strangled to death in her car, Blake must check his two primary suspects shaky alibis. Written by David Bassler

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Adventure | Crime | Drama




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15 January 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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[first lines]
Lt. Rod Blake: Oh, hello. I'm Rod Blake, chief investigator for the Nevada state troopers. I know a lot of you have read this book and I'm sure all of you have at least heard of it - it's 'Joe Miller's Joke Book'. Well, in this case we have a joke - a morbid one. It isn't in this book, but in our books it's called "This One'll Kill Ya".
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