Warren Coleman has just completed an article for the magazine, an exposé on purported mobster Barney Moore. As such, Coleman is a bundle of nerves, he believing that Moore's men are after ... See full summary »

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Buck Webb (credit only)
Philip Brown ...
Billy Martin (credit only)
Todd Starke ...
Toby Martin (as Tod Starke) (credit only)
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Myrna Gibbons
Bruce Gordon ...
Barney Moore
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Flossie Moore
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Warren Coleman
Paul Smith ...
Ron Harvey
Hagen Smith ...
Lefty Watson
Gene Dynarski ...
Lefty Kretch
Rico Cattani ...
Bartender
Scott Perry ...
Detective
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Warren Coleman has just completed an article for the magazine, an exposé on purported mobster Barney Moore. As such, Coleman is a bundle of nerves, he believing that Moore's men are after him despite that he has been placed in a safe house and the fact that only he, Doris and Nicholson are supposed to know about the article. Coleman is comforted by Doris' assurances, until Moore and his men stop by the safe house and kidnap the two of them. Moore's goal is not to stop publication of the article, but rather that it be edited to his satisfaction. While Nicholson, Ron and Myrna try to figure out what to do to save Doris, belligerent Doris and scared Coleman may have a helping hand in the form of Moore's exasperated wife, Flossie Moore, who has a love/hate relationship with her husband. Written by Huggo

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9 February 1970 (USA)  »

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Que Será, Será (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)
Written by Jay Livingston (as Livingston) & Ray Evans as (Evans)
Performed by Doris Day
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