Thriller (1960–1962)
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Knock Three-One-Two 

A man in need of money enlists the help of a serial killer to get the money from his wife.

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Himself
Joe Maross ...
Ray Kenton
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Ruth Kenton
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George Mikos
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Benny
David Alpert ...
Joe Bedell
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Older Bartender
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Charlie
Meade Martin ...
Silk Stocking Strangler
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Police Captain
Lida Piazza ...
First Waitress
Will J. White ...
Lt. Tracy
Bunny Bishop ...
Second Waitress
Lillian O'Malley ...
Landlady
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A man in need of money enlists the help of a serial killer to get the money from his wife.

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13 December 1960 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Pete Rugolo's score uses the 3-1-2 rhythm as a motif. See more »

Goofs

Ray was at the bar talking to the strangler at a time approaching midnight, but the next scene where George drops off Ruth at her apartment, it appears to be daylight. See more »

Connections

Version of L'Ibis rouge (1975) See more »

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Entertaining if unbelievable
12 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Ray Kenton (Joe Maross) owes some gangsters $1,500...or they'll kill him. His long-suffering wife Ruth (Beverly Garland) refuses to give him the money. There's also a killer roaming around town strangling women to death. Through a highly unlikely set of circumstances Ray figures out how to get the money using the killer. Also in the cast was the then unknown Warren Oates as Benny.

Fairly entertaining thriller with a good cast and acting--Maross, Garland and Oates are all great. However the plot is highly unbelievable and the direction is off at times. One transition shot from an alley to Benny's apartment was REALLY clumsy. Still I was entertained by it. One of the better entries in the "Thriller" TV series.


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