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Walter Kinsella ...
Happy McMann
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Capt. Burke
Nicholas Saunders ...
Sgt. Ross
Bertha Belmore ...
Madame Zwinak
Jem Benet ...
Mildred Low
Charlotte Knight ...
Mrs. Agatha Parsons (as Charlott Knight)
Mercer McLeod ...
Warren A. Smith
Mason Curry ...
Leo Lynch
Leigh Whipper ...
Chester
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Warren A. Smith, a gullible old man, is convinced by a fortune teller to move his life savings to a different bank. En route to the new establishment, the con woman's pickpocket confederate steals more than $10,000 from the mark's coat pocket. Smith hires Martin Kane to retrieve the stolen money without involving the police. Written by David Bassler

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31 May 1951 (USA)  »

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Mildred Low: What do you want at this unearthly hour?
Warren A. Smith: Well, you see, it's almost eleven o'clock and I thought I could drop you off at the theater. You see, I'm taking a cab uptown to my bank.
Mildred Low: Oh, that's so sweet of you, Mr. Smith, but I ain't workin' at the Gaiety no more. I dropped my last spangle for them boobs last night.
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