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Episode cast overview:
Patrick McVey ...
Robert Crawford ...
Det. Phil Burns (as Robert Crawford)


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Drama | Crime




Release Date:

1960 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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An episode nearly without the lead

That's a new old TV show I discover. A crime TV series, starring Victor Jory as the detective, the lead of the whole show. Except that in this one, it seems he remains invisible, at least in the first part. The story starts when an homicidal psycho enters the police headquarters, takes the cops Inside as hostages, only because he intends to take revenge against Jory's character, the lead detective, who sent his brother - the psycho's one - to jail. And the latest is ready to burn on the chair. To be executed... SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER

And then Jory tells the armed man that hIs brother will not be executed, he will have another chance, because of the hearing of a new witness about the murder charge which he was involved in. So all this police officers taken as hostages, and one killed, ends up to be totally useless. An ironic tale, in the AH PRESENTS series scheme.

Good suspense, but unfortunately, I only have twelve épisodes of this TV crime series that takes place in San Diego.

Maybe I'll comment some other. Maybe, only if they are Worth.

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