Emile Hartman reports the theft of $100,000 worth of quality furs and his delivery van. Friday and Gannon aren't having much luck until an insurance agent reports a call from a man selling fur coats. When he calls back a meeting is set up. The furrier must then give Gannon a crash course in furs so the detectives can pose as buyers to make the arrest.
Did You Know?
In the opening narration, Friday states that $100,000 worth of furs had been stolen. $100,000 in 1967 is equivalent in purchasing power to $753,628.74 in 2019. See more
When Hartman helps Miss Hilliard into the azurine coat, he turns her toward a half-length wall mirror. No real furrier would provide a mirror that only shows the top third of the coat he is trying to sell. The salon should have a full-length mirror at a minimum, but would be more likely to provide a three-panel mirror that shows all sides. See more