I'm the Law: Season 1, Episode 14

O Sole Mio (15 May 1953)

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When a boy's father is murdered before his eyes in Central Park, Kirby takes a special interest in him. It turns out the victim was an unscrupulous book keeper with clients in an illegal gambling ring.

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Michael Washburn
Joseph Sargent ...
Police Sgt. Mike Hackett (as Joe Sargent)
Frank Yaconelli ...
Tony Yonas
Teddy Infuhr ...
Butch
Dorothy Kennedy ...
Tressie
William 'Billy' Benedict ...
Skinny (as Billy Benedict)
Frank Marlowe ...
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When a boy's father is murdered before his eyes in Central Park, Kirby takes a special interest in him. It turns out the victim was an unscrupulous book keeper with clients in an illegal gambling ring.

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(Western Electric Recording)

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The cop and the kid
20 September 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Young Michael Washburn sees his father get shot and killed - he also gets a good look at the killer. An organ grinder with his pet monkey find the boy crying over father's body but did not see the killer. Kirby takes Michael back to his apartment and takes a look around and finds a horse racing paper. He tracks down a news vendor named Skinny who knew the father. Skinny is a little on the shady side. When Kirby asks "You got any ideas Skinny,?" Skinny replies "No, and I ain't getting any." After a policewoman arrives to watch after Michael, Kirby goes out and tries to find out more about Michael's accountant father. Turns out the father has $60,000 in cash in his safety deposit box. The ending is suitably intense and in an interesting twist, the boy and the monkey save the day. Two really good things about this episode: firstly, Tim Considine played the boy. I grew up with him, as it were - first the Mickey Mouse Club and Spin and Marty and then the movies and My Three Sons. That kid could act. The second highlight was watching Kirby interact with the boy. Much to my surprise, Raft did a wonderful job with it. It was also nice seeing Billy Benedict in a small but important role as Skinny. Actually, he probably had more dialog in this episode than he did in any single Bowery Boys movie.


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