An artist is thrown to his death from his apartment window. Stone and Keller's investigation centers on the daughter of a renowned eccentric poet, who sets to spinning a web of deception to deflect the dogged detectives from her trail.

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Yale Courtland Dancy
Brenda Sykes ...
Jenaea Dancy
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Cassandra 'Cassey' Lauritsen (as Carol Lawson)
Allen Emerson ...
Rembrandt Van Saveneau
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Dr. Joseph Ford
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Sgt. Norm Hassejian
Bern Hoffman ...
Apartment Manager
Rod Arrants ...
Rob Evanhauer
Nancy Roth
Ray K. Goman ...
Officer Briles
Al Berry
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An artist is thrown to his death from his apartment window. Stone and Keller's investigation centers on the daughter of a renowned eccentric poet, who sets to spinning a web of deception to deflect the dogged detectives from her trail.

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Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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6 January 1973 (USA)  »

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Detective Lt. Mike Stone: [Watching the reconciled Dancys leaving together] They deserve each other.
Inspector Steve Keller: Oh, come on, they love each other. It's obvious, like... what was that line he said? "A trout in the milk." Beautiful. Really beautiful.
Detective Lt. Mike Stone: You like that line, huh?
Inspector Steve Keller: Yeah.
Detective Lt. Mike Stone: Well, that ain't Dancy. That's Thoreau.
Inspector Steve Keller: C'mon?
Detective Lt. Mike Stone: Henry David Thoreau. That's where Yale Courtland Dancy stole that line. You can't let this job stifle your mind, buddy-boy. You gotta keep yourself free, easy, for cultural pursuits, y'know? That's right. Good ...
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