The wife of a successful businessman hires Gunn to investigate after someone takes a shot at her husband. The prime suspect is the husband's former business partner who he abandoned during a mine collapse years before.

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Peter Gunn
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Edie Hart
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Arnold Simpson
Cynthia Leighton ...
Jane Simpson
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Prof. John Wyler
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Ralph Logan
Mary Gregory ...
Alma Victor
Charles Calvert ...
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Cafe Owner (as Larry Blake)
Ruth Perrott ...
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The wife of a successful businessman hires Gunn to investigate after someone takes a shot at her husband. The prime suspect is the husband's former business partner who he abandoned during a mine collapse years before.

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11 January 1960 (USA)  »

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Written by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin
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Watch Out For That Landlady
8 May 2017 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

This series entry features the usual mystery, maybe a little more novel than ordinary, but not quite as tight. So who's trying to kill old Mr. Simpson—his wife, his doctor, his drunkard nephew, or a dead guy who may not stay dead. At the same time are the usual series benchmarks. There's the imaginative hook that grabs right away— instead of just staging a shooting, the hook adds an alarmed cat that embellishes the scene in riveting style. Then too, the resolution is dramatically mounted and staged—I just hope Stevens got paid double for getting so soaked. Add to the cast a pinko bartender, an effete nephew, and a floozie landlady, and the usual colorful characters take shape. Note too, the sudden close-ups that jar viewers, as with the haggard landlady that almost scared me. Anyhow, the entry's biggest mystery is how Pete could hire himself out and abandon the luscious Edie. Guess I would never make it as a PI.


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