Leverage: Season 4, Episode 16

The Gold Job (1 Jan. 2012)

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The Leverage team hits the recession-driven Cash-for-Gold industry by targeting a corrupt brother-sister team and steering them through an elaborate treasure hunt.

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The Leverage team hits the recession-driven Cash-for-Gold industry by targeting a corrupt brother-sister team and steering them through an elaborate treasure hunt.

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This episode The Gold Job s4E16 references "Cantonese" writing. While Cantonese is a spoken dialect. The written Chinese script of the 19th century would have no differences between the various dialects. There was no such thing as Cantonese writing during 19th century China. See more »

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