Lanyard is recruited by the Govt. to find out where all the top criminals have been disappearing to. He is to contact an agent named Anson is New York. Upon contact Anson is killed and the ... See full summary »

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Lanyard is recruited by the Govt. to find out where all the top criminals have been disappearing to. He is to contact an agent named Anson is New York. Upon contact Anson is killed and the only lead he leaves Lanyard is key to the Blue Lantern dance hall. The attempt to infiltrate fails and his next gamble takes him to the Blue Lantern in New Orleans where he is more successful and the final key to the puzzle leads him to the Copper Mountain Lodge in Nevada. Written by tomtrekp

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14 May 1954 (USA)  »

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4 August 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

G-Men show up when the episode begins and they request that Michael Lanyard (Louis Hayward) helps them locate both the criminals AND loot from various crimes. They BOTH keep inexplicably keep disappearing and Lanyard is somehow the only one capable of investigating this case. One of the only clues is a key--and what, exactly, it opens isn't certain. The other is a dive in the city. Lanyard goes there but apparently he doesn't pass the test--and he's taken for his last ride. Fortunately for him, he's able to disarm the mug--and not only belts him but his sexy girlfriend right in the mouth! This sets the stage for the rest of the show, as it's jam-packed with tough and snappy dialog, some shootings and other assorted tough happenings. It comes off like a piece of film noir- -something I've never seen on TV. The only deficit, and it's very minor, is that the short time slot really makes the story a bit rushed. However, the show also has you wanting to see more--an obvious sign of excellence.


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