A prisoner brought to court for sentencing somehow has gotten a gun and kills the judge before being killed himself.Lt. Jacoby is assigned to investigate the case and his interested friend ... See full summary »

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Mel Welles ...
Frank Garth
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Cahane
Emerson Treacy ...
Martin Hodges
Cyril Delevanti ...
Charlamagne
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Joey
Nesdon Booth ...
Clerk
George Eldredge ...
Judge Curlan
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Arthur Curtis (as Joey Tata)
James Lanphier ...
Leslie
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A prisoner brought to court for sentencing somehow has gotten a gun and kills the judge before being killed himself.Lt. Jacoby is assigned to investigate the case and his interested friend Peter Gunn helps by using his network of informants. Written by dubchi

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Action | Mystery | Crime | Drama

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31 October 1960 (USA)  »

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Peter Gunn: I've got a question.
Lt. Jacoby: The answer is 'no'.
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Just Squeeze Me (But Please Don't Tease Me)
Written by Duke Ellington and Lee Gaines
Performed by Lola Albright
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Skimpy Story, Slick Production
13 December 2013 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Excellently crafted entry. The story's kind of skimpy, but then the series strong points are in abundant evidence. A judge is killed and Pete wants to get to the bottom of it. That opening is a real grabber, despite the fact that it doesn't make much sense when you think about it. After all, what would the gunman expect the cops to do. Note, however, the many colorful characters, including a superannuated Delavanti and the blind boxing coach, along with the gentleman's club waiter. All have distinctive touches making them more than just role-fillers. Then too the staging is eye-catching, showing how alert to detail the productions were. Glad they worked in Edie since I was getting tired of all the ugly guys. A super-slick production from a super cool series.


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