The Untouchables (1959–1963)
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The Giant Killer 

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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Eliot Ness
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Ed 'The Duke' Monte
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Yanos Dalker
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Barbara Sultan
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Lou Sultan
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Lee Hobson
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Enrico Rossi
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Leo
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William Youngfellow
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Parrot Krebs
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Elma
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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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9 April 1963 (USA)  »

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A bit like King Lear in the time of Gangsters....
28 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

When the show begins, Duke Monte is caught with a suitcase of counterfeit money. Somehow Ness knew this would be the case and Duke and his right-hand man, Yanos, are anxious to know who talked. They kill one poor schumuck and it turns out it wasn't even him who blabbed! So, Yanos helps Monte escape from prison and they are determined to ferret out the snitch. They eventually contact Ness and promise that Monte will turn himself in IF Ness tells them who squealed. Ness naturally cannot do this...but somehow agrees to this, provided his bosses in Washington say it's okay. Now you KNOW Ness won't give them a name...it would be setting up a murder! In the meantime, a jealous wife, Monte's own daughter, learns that they are looking for a squealer and she is so angry she decides to tell Yanos that her husband, Lou Sultan, is the one! He isn't...but who is the squealer? And, is a gang war about to break out as a result?

This episode is more like a soap opera...or even "King Lear" in many ways. I didn't mind it and think it's worth seeing but apparently the other reviewer so far on this episode hated it. To each his or her own.


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