State Trooper: Season 2, Episode 8

Diamonds in the Rough (3 Jan. 1958)

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Blake investigates a jewelry theft and uncovers a cloud of suspects.

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Rod Cameron ...
Russ Conway ...
Deputy Sheriff Jim Long
Sara Shane ...
Marilyn Thayer
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Sheriff Jeff Carney
Ralph Reed ...
Jack
Scott Peters ...
Eddie Long
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An actress driving on a remote Nevada highway is chased by a motorcyclist pretending to be a police officer. She wrecks her vehicle and, between the time of the accident and the ambulance's arrival, her valuable jewelry is stolen. Her husband accuses the police officer who first of arrived at the scene of the theft. Written by David Bassler

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3 January 1958 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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Lt. Rod Blake: Oh, hello. I'm Rod Blake, chief investigator for the Nevada state troopers. You've probably seen Marilyn Thayer if you watch television or go to the movies. Maybe you've heard some of her records. The inscription says, "To the Nevada State Troopers with deep affection and appreciation." Well, the first time a state trooper met Miss Thayer, she had a different opinion. I'll be back in a moment to tell you about it in a case we call, "Diamonds in the Rough".
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