While vacationing in the German Alps, Biff and Louise learn of a Nazi plan to counterfeit American money and try to find the missing plates that were used to print the twenty dollar bills.

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Louise Baker
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Tommy Allen (as Ken Tobey)
John Brown ...
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Maj. Tannen / Senor Rodriguez (as Steve Roberts)
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While vacationing in the German Alps, Biff and Louise learn of a Nazi plan to counterfeit American money and try to find the missing plates that were used to print the twenty dollar bills.

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18 December 1952 (USA)  »

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Biff Baker: Honey, I caught up with a letter from the folks last week. They said that little white house up in Connecticut still had a "For Sale" sign on it.
Louise Baker: Honey, I don't want a house - I want a home... and that takes two people.
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The Bakers stumble onto a mystery while on vacation
31 March 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The story opens in a cave hideout during WWII and a Nazi officer is being ordered by phone to destroy everything in the cave. The Nazis have been using $20 counterfeit plates to print American money. Instead of destroying everything, the officer takes the money and plates, kills the five other soldiers in the cave and flees. It's now after the war and Biff and his wife Louise are vacationing in Endorf, Germany. The former Nazi hideout is one of the "sights" the local innkeeper tells the Bakers about. The Bakers meet, and become friendly with, an American writer who is also staying at the inn. Another guest soon arrives - it's the Nazi officer who is posing as Mr. Rodriguez from Argentina. Things move swiftly and it's pretty neat how Biff figures out who the culprit with the plates is. Biff and Louise are a very engaging couple. It was nice seeing Kenneth Tobey (whose most memorable role was as the star of The Thing). A good show.


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