Racket Squad: Season 3, Episode 28

Sale Value (20 Jul. 1953)

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A con man just released from prison sets his sights on a successful businessman and schemes to swindle him out of his company.

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Reed Hadley ...
Rudolph Anders ...
Harry Sturner
Nancy Hale ...
Bonnie Sturner
Morgan Farley ...
Martin Kelso
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George Vermillion
Ralph Dumke ...
Wilmer Medford
Harris Brown ...
Harley Blaine
George Champe ...
Hotel Manager
Ann Staunton ...
Cashier
George Pembroke ...
Bookkeeper
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A con man just released from prison sets his sights on a successful businessman and schemes to swindle him out of his company.

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Not among the better episodes.
19 February 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

The show begins with Martin Kelso (Morgan Farley) looking for work at a bank. This is very fruitless because Kelso had served time in jail for fraud while he worked as a bookkeeper. A customer in the bank, George Vermillion (Douglss Dumbrille), sees the exchange between Kelso and the bank president and decides to play Kelso a visit. Not surprisingly (since Dumbrille ALWAYS played jerks and crooks), he proposes that the two go in business together. What follows is a VERY complicated swindle which is interesting but not altogether satisfying. Instead of Captain Braddock swooping in to save the day like he usually did, you hear that the scam in the show WORKED....but they were captured later, after they'd committed many more swindles. Rather anticlimactic and not especially good because of this odd tacked on epilogue.


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