A cab driver saves a woman from a beating and from being forced into a car by two thugs. Afterwards, she disappears while he goes for help. The cabby tells his friend Gunn about what ... See full summary »

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Barbara Stuart ...
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A cab driver saves a woman from a beating and from being forced into a car by two thugs. Afterwards, she disappears while he goes for help. The cabby tells his friend Gunn about what happened and this leads into the search for a girl who is "trying to get lost". She is a witness against a top hood and is on his hit list. Written by dubchi

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20 March 1961 (USA)  »

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I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover
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Music by Harry M. Woods
Lyrics by Mort Dixon
Performed by house band at the Club Doyle dance hall
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Taxi Dancer in Danger
16 December 2015 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

There're lots for guys to ogle in this standard episode. The dance hall is packed in more ways than one. Pete's trying to track down a girl before she gets rubbed out by a racketeer. Seems she's a witness to his confession of crimes while under sodium pentothal (truth serum). Now Pete's got to find her before the thugs do.

Plenty of trademark atmosphere. Fine turn from Barbara Stuart as a taxi dancer. Catch her many nuanced expressions as Pete digs for info on the hunted girl. Heckuva brawl at the end. I imagine a double did Pet's leaps across the floor. After all, risking an injured star can not only affect production, but cause insurance protections to dry up. All in all, nothing special here, just a solid series entry.


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