An adventurer is asked to help his ex-wife handle a gang of black marketeers and becomes involved in espionage.

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Peter Lockwood
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Clare Stengler
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Major Harvey Denbrow
Maurice Marsac ...
La Fange
Roger Til ...
Jacques
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Hotel Clerk
Edward Manouk ...
Gaston
Peg La Centra ...
Mariette
Elizabeth Slifer ...
Paper Seller (as Liz Slifer)
Robert Moechel ...
Bartender
Jennifer Howard ...
Mayor's Secretary
Duane Cress
Gordon Wynn
Cris Roberts
Marcel De la Brosse
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An adventurer is asked to help his ex-wife handle a gang of black marketeers and becomes involved in espionage.

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10 February 1958 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Good noir atmosphere for a tedious topic.

Rory Calhoun and Jane Greer bring much to this story taking place in Paris - although the settings are not Paris, of course - where you deal here with a mix up of romance - Paris will always remain the city of romance - and espionage. The classic topic, at least atmosphere, a little complex for this kind of TV series, too complicated. The Paris atmosphere of Saint Germain des Prés district is rather accurate, even shot in studios, but who cares? I guess they did not send the whole crew overseas for just one episode. Up to now that's probably the least interesting, but I could not watch them all from this TV show which the episodes are lost for most of them. In summary, too much talking and not enough action sequences, but the last scene is quite a surprise.


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