Mike Hammer: Season 1, Episode 22

The Broken Frame (14 Jun. 1958)

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A convict on death row confesses to a murder that another man was executed for three years earlier and threatens to supply proof after he dies on the electric chair. Mike doesn't pay much ... See full summary »

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Bart Burns ...
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Paul Sterovsky
Robert P. Lieb ...
Otis Stock
Lisa Golm ...
Anna Sterovsky
Sarah Anderson ...
Eve Bennett (as Sara Anderson)
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Dave Kendall
Charles Horvath ...
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A convict on death row confesses to a murder that another man was executed for three years earlier and threatens to supply proof after he dies on the electric chair. Mike doesn't pay much attention to man's story until the gun used in the crime is produced. Captain Chambers is worried that an innocent man lost his life based on shoddy police work, but Hammer is convinced that the grocery store robber had a partner and sets out to prove it. Written by David Bassler

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Mike Hammer: [narrating] The town of Ossining isn't far up the Hudson River from Manhattan - just thirty miles. It doesn't take much more than an hour to get there, but getting back is something else again... for some the round trip takes years, for others, an eternity.
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