A tipoff to Ness leads to the capture of mob boss Ed 'The Duke' Monte, who is then convicted of possession of counterfeit money. However, with the assistance of his loyal henchman Yanos ... See full summary »

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A tipoff to Ness leads to the capture of mob boss Ed 'The Duke' Monte, who is then convicted of possession of counterfeit money. However, with the assistance of his loyal henchman Yanos Dalker, Monte escapes from prison and is hidden out. Monte then sends an offer to Ness to turn himself in, but only if Ness reveals to him the name of the person who tipped him off and led to his arrest. Monte's main suspect is his son-in-law Lou Sultan, who was leading his organization during his imprisonment. Written by anonymous

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Looking for a rat
4 February 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This Untouchables episode looks more like a bad imitation of a Shakespeare play to the extent of having British actor Torin Thatcher playing a Chicago gangster and not well at all. The man's tones are too much to overcome.

Like some medieval arrangement Thatcher's daughter Peggy Ann Garner is married to rival gangster Paul Richards. When Thatcher is arrested by Eliot Ness on an informant's tip and goes to prison he vows to get the informer whatever the cost. And he escapes to accomplish his goal with the help of his personal Luca Brasi, Karl Lukas.

I won't go any farther because this story is just too ridiculous to bear repeating. One of the dumbest of Untouchable episodes I've seen.


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