The Roaring 20's: Season 1, Episode 10

Layoff Charley (17 Dec. 1960)

TV Episode  -   -  Crime | Drama
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Scott looks into a story that a man named Charley has an unerring ability to pick winners at the race track. He finds out that Charley isn't just some racetrack tout, but a respected insurance agent.

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Rex Reason ...
Donald May ...
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C.W. Webster / 'Charley'
Mike Road ...
Isobel Elsom ...
Mrs. Vandercook
Theodore Marcuse ...
The Man
Adrienne Marden ...
Fanny Webster
Joan Tompkins ...
Celia Morton
Wally Brown ...
James Forrest ...
Hugh Medford
Robin Blake ...
Mary Webster
Jimmy Ames ...
Thug
Maurice Dallimore ...
Sir John Medford
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Scott looks into a story that a man named Charley has an unerring ability to pick winners at the race track. He finds out that Charley isn't just some racetrack tout, but a respected insurance agent.

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Crime | Drama

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17 December 1960 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Black Bottom
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Music by Ray Henderson
Lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva and Lew Brown
Performed by Dorothy Provine
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