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Man Against Crime

High Ambush (Season 4, Episode 30)
TV Episode | Action, Drama, Crime

While visiting his old neighborhood, Barnett inadvertently disrupts the ambush of a local merchant.
Director
Writers
William L. Stuart (as William Stuart) | Lawrence M. Klee (creator) (as Lawrence Klee)
Producer
Edward Montagne (as Edward J. Montagne)
Cinematographer
Editor
Marie Montague (as Marie Montagne)
Status
Edit Released
Updated Apr 22, 1953

Release date
Apr 22, 1953 (United States)

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6 cast members
Name STARmeter Known for
Ralph Bellamy
Mike Barnett Mike Barnett   See fewer
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Mike Kellin
Jimmy (as Michael Kellin) Jimmy (as Michael Kellin)   See fewer
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Robert H. Harris
Sam (as Robert Harris) Sam (as Robert Harris)   See fewer
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Paul Genge
Rip (as Paul Genges) Rip (as Paul Genges)   See fewer
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Richard W. Shankland
Old Man (as Richard Shankland) Old Man (as Richard Shankland)   See fewer
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Mel Tormé
Self (voice) (uncredited) Self (voice) (uncredited)   See fewer
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