Rocky King, Detective

Murder, Ph. D. (14 Dec. 1953)
"Inside Detective" Murder, Ph. D. (original title)

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Three hours before Dayton Merrill is to be executed for murder, Inspector King receives a taunting phone call from a man who claims to have really committed the crime. Unable to get a stay ... See full summary »

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(as Wesley Kenney)

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(teleplay), (additional dialogue)
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
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Earl Hammond ...
Detective Sergeant Lane
Grace Carney ...
Mable King (voice)
Somar Alberg ...
Prof. Gerhart (as Somer Alberg)
Ward Costello ...
Dayton Merrill
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Theater Manager / Bartender
Ann Roberts ...
Alice Brewer (as Anne Roberts)
Ken Roberts ...
Announcer
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Three hours before Dayton Merrill is to be executed for murder, Inspector King receives a taunting phone call from a man who claims to have really committed the crime. Unable to get a stay of execution based on the man's confession, King and Detective Lane must re-investigate the crime and find sufficient evidence to save an innocent man's life. Written by David Bassler

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Action | Drama | Crime | Mystery

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14 December 1953 (USA)  »

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During the program, the doctor's nurse is referred to as "Anne Brewer". In the show's credits, the character's name is given as "Alice". See more »

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Mable King: Oh, is Dayton Merrill going to be executed already? It seems only a couple of months ago they arrested him.
Police Inspector Rocky King: I know. I'm reading it right now. It was one of the speediest trials on record. I just hope we're right, that's all.
Mable King: Well, you don't make many mistakes.
Police Inspector Rocky King: No, but one's enough when a man's life is concerned.
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