The Streets of San Francisco: Season 1, Episode 21

The House on Hyde Street (1 Mar. 1973)

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Three young boys open a Pandora's Box when they sneak into an eccentric old man's home, a mysterious house rumored by their parents to contain a million-dollar treasure.

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Harlan Edgerton
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Joe Rudolph
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Billy Rudolph
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Mrs. Rudolph
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Kerry MacLane ...
Tommy Cochran
Michael Morgan ...
Mark Dunham
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Mrs. Dunham
Bill Baldwin ...
TV Newscaster
Jan Stratton ...
Cashier - grocery store
Shirley Slater ...
Customer - grocery store
Mike Falco ...
Rudolph's neighbor (as Michael Falco)
Frank Albertson ...
Rudolph's neighbor
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Three young boys open a Pandora's Box when they sneak into an eccentric old man's home, a mysterious house rumored by their parents to contain a million-dollar treasure.

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1 March 1973 (USA)  »

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Harlan and Donald Edgerton are based on Homer and Langley Collyer, two reclusive brothers who lived in a New York City brownstone and who tragically died there in March 1947. Homer was blind and paralyzed and depended upon his brother to bring him food. Langley was killed when a tunnel of stacked newspapers collapsed on him. Parallels between the real life Collyer and fictional Edgerton brothers include false rumors of great wealth hidden in the home and a vast hoard of accumulated items that included dressmaker's dummies, stacked newspapers and a Model T car. The Collyer Brothers, like the Edgerton Brothers, were what are now termed compulsive hoarders. See more »

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Inspector Steve Keller: [Stunned upon entering the junk-stuffed Edgerton home] I don't believe it. I really don't believe it. Rudolph said the old man collected trash. Looks like he imported the whole city dump.
Detective Lt. Mike Stone: I don't know, buddy-boy. There is junk... and there is junk.
Inspector Steve Keller: [Chuckling] Yeah, but this is bananas time. I mean, this old guy is totally out of his tree.
Detective Lt. Mike Stone: Yeah, my guess is when his brother wouldn't go out into the world, Harlan brought the world in to him.
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