Target: The Corruptors: Season 1, Episode 30

License to Steal (4 May 1962)

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Stephen McNally ...
Paul Marino
Robert Harland ...
Jack Flood
Gene Evans ...
Johnny Farmer
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Allie Janowitz
Sonya Wilde ...
Maria (as Sonja Wilde)
John Daheim ...
Sailor Maxwell (as John J. Day)
Henry Beckman ...
Gil Dayton
Michael Fox
Peter Leeds
Charles Horvath ...
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The story begins with the suspect death of a prizefighter just after his fight. So there is a trial, where many witnesses are asked about the reasons that would have lead to the man's death. Was the death accidental by arrangement? In prizefighters' world, everything is possible. You find here Harold J Stone, as a ruthless business man who is rotten to the bone, using other's sweat and endless sacrifices to make is own wealth. A golden character for this tremendous supporting actor who have always be shown in crime tales. Gene Evans is also in the game, as good as ever, even for this also near ever supporting character. No really new in this episode that emphasizes most on characters and intrigue rather than on action scenes. Corrupted managers in boxing business, a scheme which could not be forgotten in this show. Directed by Thomas Carr, a big screen grade B and Z movies film maker before going to TV stuff. Mostly a western specialist.


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