Pinkky unwittingly witnesses a gangland killing, and the killers are after her. To keep her out of harm's way, Duke comes up with a plan to hide her by enrolling her as a student in the local college--as a boy.

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Joby Baker ...
Joby Price
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Isabel Randolph ...
Helen Wyndham
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Harrison Van Owne
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Baynes Barron ...
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James Millhollin ...
Dean Peterson
Louise Glenn ...
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Pinkky unwittingly witnesses a gangland killing, and the killers are after her. To keep her out of harm's way, Duke comes up with a plan to hide her by enrolling her as a student in the local college--as a boy.

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25 November 1961 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Witness on the loose

What a tremendous episode this one which begins in the most exciting way and then goes on in a lighter one, when our female lead is disguised as a man in order to hide from the mob who searches after her.

Pinky appears to be at the wrong place at the wrong time when she witnesses a gangland killing. So it also appears that the best way for her to escape in the safest way is to wear a sort of "uniform". I don't know exactly why, but I thought of Ginger Rogers seeing Dorothy Provine here, maybe because of Phil Karlson's TIGHT SPOT, with nearly the same topic. Anyway, the Pinky's - Provine - performance could have suited well to Rogers too. Amusing situations in the episode, as you can guess, with a girl dressed as a boy in a college. So, not an entirely noir feature.


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