Racket Squad: Season 2, Episode 9

Two for One (2 Nov. 1951)

TV Episode  -   -  Crime | Drama
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Reed Hadley ...
John Eldredge ...
George Collins
Elisabeth Fraser ...
Cynthia
James Flavin ...
Johnson
Allen Mathews ...
Jurgins
Doug Evans ...
Morgan
Hal K. Dawson ...
Teller (as Hal Dawson)
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It begins with a sucker turning himself in to the police.
14 January 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This show begins with Mr. Collins (John Eldredge) coming to Captain Braddock (Reed Hadley) to turn himself in for committing a crime. Braddock is naturally confused and tells Collins that he needs to explain. What follows is a story about Collins' financial troubles and the desperate thing he did to remedy it. It seems that Collins needed a loan for his business but wasn't qualified for a large enough loan. However, the man's secretary seems to take pity on him and tells him about a business opportunity to double his money. She pretends to like Collins and introduces him to a guy who says he'll sell Collins some counterfeit money--all he has to do is pass it and double his investment. What's next? See the show.

Like so many of the episodes, the man miraculously gets his money back because Captain Hadley is magical...or so it seems. Still, it's enjoyable and interesting to see the weird twist near the end. Well done.


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