A Canadian-born cat burglar tries to maintain his blissful domestic life while stealing guests jewelry at parties on both coasts and selling them to unwitting gem merchants in other major ... See full summary »

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Gerard Dennis
John Hiestand ...
Lt. John Winters
Marjorie Owens ...
Susan Dennis
Pamela Duncan ...
Hazel
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Lt. Denk
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Arthur Lake
Alice Backes ...
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Stanley Farrar ...
Wytherson
William Tannen ...
Man in Bedroom (as Bill Tannen)
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Woman in Bedroom
Sol Launer ...
Detective Grimes
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A Canadian-born cat burglar tries to maintain his blissful domestic life while stealing guests jewelry at parties on both coasts and selling them to unwitting gem merchants in other major cities. Police begin to close in when one of the merchants recognizes the man from a wanted poster he accidentally saw while applying for a gun license. Written by David Bassler

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15 May 1952 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Lt. Winters: Good evening. I'm Lieutenant John Winters, your host on this Gang Buster episode. It's the most unusual story about Gerard Graham Dennis. He was a Canadian by birth and he began his career as a house breaker and jewel thief when he was 16 years old in Montreal and Toronto. In just a moment, we'll tell you more about it.
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