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The Man Who Wouldn't Tell 

A janitor is pursued by his employer and a rival company after discovering the key ingredient for a new explosive formula.

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(as Alan Crosland)

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(characters) (as Charles Moulton), (developer) | 1 more credit »
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Jane Actman ...
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Furst (as Philip M. Thomas)
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Ted
Millie Slavin ...
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S. Pearl Sharp ...
Eve (as Saundra Sharp)
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Tom (as Tony Brubacker)
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A janitor is pursued by his employer and a rival company after discovering the key ingredient for a new explosive formula.

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31 March 1978 (USA)  »

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The airplane landing in Los Angeles was painted in the TWA scheme but had AWT on the tail, thus it was a mirror image of the original TWA airplane. See more »

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The exterior shots of the 3580 building are reused from the "IRAC is Missing" episode. See more »

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Diana Prince: You know, it's really funny. I have dealt with spies from over the world. Only now I find out the most ruthless ones are in the business world.
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References Kojak (1973) See more »

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1 February 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The Man who wouldn't tell- Now off course Gary Burghoff is Radar from MASH but did you also know he grew up with Lynda Carter's and was actually in her old band? Actually I find his character here pretty annoying and as a whole don't like this ep much. Kinda hard to believe he's some sort of womaniser, he just comes across as some kind of whiny jerk and the whole 'Marry you' bit is just nauseating. Phillip Michael Thomas show's the sort of suaveness that will bring him superstardom as Det Rico Tubbs in Miami Vice (what a shame that he never seems to have capitalized on his success afterwards). Aside from that really nothing much to recommend this ep. 4/10


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