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The Eyes of Jerry Kelso 

When traveling salesman Emanuel Brock is found shot to death in his hotel room, Hoby has to figure out who did it.

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Carleton Carpenter ...
Jerry Kelso
Judith Braun ...
Pearl Madson
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Adam Madson (as Ed Platt)
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Haskins
Jonathan Hole ...
Mike Kilroy
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When traveling salesman Emanuel Brock is found shot to death in his hotel room, Hoby has to figure out who did it.

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22 April 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Hoby Gilman: Well Doc, I'm afraid there's only one way hypnotism is going to do me any good.
Doc: What's that?
Hoby Gilman: To make somebody believe this all really happened.
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Hoby is funny!
10 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A drummer is killed in his hotel room late one night and Hoby must figure out who shot him. After a woman confesses to the crime, Hoby hauls all of them to his office to get to the truth.

I must say that the scene in the marshal's office was really funny. I loved Hoby's reaction each time another bomb shell was dropped. He rubbed his temple and talked as if he couldn't believe this was all happening! Even the very last line was funny.

Robert Culp was talented in that he had his soft spoken way of getting to the truth. I must admit that I never saw this truth coming until the doctor came in and looked in her eyes. Then I knew what was wrong.


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