Mike Connors played an unnamed police undercover Agent who infiltrated organized crime to expose the leaders and their plots. His name changed with each episode in order to protect him. ...
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One of two witnesses to a mob killing is murdered. Though Nick has had all he can take of undercover work and requests being taken off of it, he is assigned to infiltrate the mob to protect the other...
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Mike Connors played an unnamed police undercover Agent who infiltrated organized crime to expose the leaders and their plots. His name changed with each episode in order to protect him. Originally, he was to be named Nick Stone, but eventually, he was occasionally called "Nick".Written by
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A fine if formulaic series. The star's escape as the police closed in was the high point of suspense. He also wore his .38 in a distinctive position - behind his back. If "Tightrope" were to be issued on DVD I would buy it in an instant.
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