Cain's Hundred (1961–1962)

Women of Silure 

Cain is in Corsica to make a recommendation as to whether he thinks exiled gangster Mike Colonni has forsaken his old ways and should be permitted to come to America again. The recent "... See full summary »

Director:

John Peyser

Writers:

George Bellak (teleplay), Joseph Calvelli (story) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Peter Mark Richman ... Nicholas Cain (as Mark Richman)
Jack Klugman ... Mike Colonni
Madlyn Rhue ... Margarita Safa
Perry Lopez ... Nico Berengeri
Jacqueline Ravell Jacqueline Ravell ... Nina
Penny Santon Penny Santon ... Madame Berengeri
Raoul De Leon Raoul De Leon ... Monsieur Fante
Michael Enserro Michael Enserro ... Mouche
Zolya Talma Zolya Talma ... Madame Debruille
Carl Milletaire Carl Milletaire ... Police Chief Mondial
Gavin MacLeod ... Jean Douvain
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Cain is in Corsica to make a recommendation as to whether he thinks exiled gangster Mike Colonni has forsaken his old ways and should be permitted to come to America again. The recent "accidental" death of a young man working for him makes him skeptical. Written by rbecker28

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

24 April 1962 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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A Corsican tale
30 November 2015 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

That's here a drama with a gangster character without being a crime flick either, as many other episodes of this show. Let me explain. Jack Klugman plays a mob boss who escaped from America because of his illegal activities and crimes and took refuge in Corsica, a sort of equivalent of Sicilia for gangsters. And here he will have to face a feud between the woman he loves and himself, concerning a young native man who is also his best friend and who is also in love with Klugman's wife. A woman whose the father was killed by Klugman's himself. And above all this you have the famous Corsican - as Sicilian - honour vendetta tradition that won't make things easy. Because vendetta means that nothing is ever forgotten. The ending is appropriate for such a tale, a very very interesting ending. The Cain's character has nothing to do here. Good story.


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