The Richard Boone Show (1963–1964)

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A couple (Stevens, Leslie) hires a professional hit man (Stockwell) to kill a man (Bochner) who's been blackmailing them. But as part of his cover, the hit man insists on dating their talented but sheltered daughter (Harding).

Director:

Harry Morgan

Writer:

Gilbert Ralston
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Robert Blake ... (credit only)
Lloyd Bochner ... George Sherman
Richard Boone ... Johnny Otis
Laura Devon ... (credit only)
June Harding ... Dorcas Crespi
Bethel Leslie ... Margareta Crespi
Harry Morgan ... (credit only)
Jeanette Nolan ... Rosa
Ford Rainey ... (credit only)
Warren Stevens ... William Crespi
Guy Stockwell ... Carl Bannister
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A couple (Stevens, Leslie) hires a professional hit man (Stockwell) to kill a man (Bochner) who's been blackmailing them. But as part of his cover, the hit man insists on dating their talented but sheltered daughter (Harding).

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Language:

English

Release Date:

25 February 1964 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Awesome story
5 January 2016 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

Guy Stockwell plays here one of his best characters, if you compare with those he had in the whole show. As the summary line says, he is here a hired killer who falls for the daughter of the couple whom he works with. His character is terrific, so ambivalent, mysterious, convincing too. He is a kind of an iceman with some kind of warmth inside him, some brilliant personality, a man who reads in others minds, as in an open book. he is far less disgusting than the ones who hired him. Look out for the Richard Boone's character as a jazz trumpet player, he is outstanding, no matter the small rôle he pas in this episode. Listen to what he says when he speaks of his horn, his passion. Thats very very short but so good to hear. This story is so sensitive. One of the highlight of the whole show. Highly recommended.


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