The Big Shakedown 

A photograph, with two hoodlums, of a crusading councilman threatens the career of a courageous public official until Craig Kenney conducts some revealing experiments in trick photography. ... See full summary »

Director:

Harry L. Fraser (as Harry Fraser)

Writers:

Ande Lamb (story), Arthur B. Reeve (character)
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Donald Woods ... Craig Kennedy
Sydney Mason Sydney Mason ... Insp. J.J. Burke
Lewis Wilson ... Walt Jameson (as Lewis G. Wilson)
Jack Mulhall ... William Kendall
Sherry Moreland Sherry Moreland ... Jane Winters
Bob Curtis Bob Curtis ... Mike Grady
Tom Hubbard Tom Hubbard ... Dennis Phillips
Jack Kruschen ... Jack Brown
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Storyline

A photograph, with two hoodlums, of a crusading councilman threatens the career of a courageous public official until Craig Kenney conducts some revealing experiments in trick photography. Even Walt Jameson's city editor at the Evening Star has been fooled by the damaging picture. Before justice wins out, however, a striking brunette model pays with her life for her amorous attachment to a clever but unscrupulous photographer. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Language:

English

Release Date:

1952 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (Western Electric Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Craig Kennedy: Someone phoned the editor of the Evening Star and warned Mr. Kendall he must withdraw from the campaign.
Mike Grady: Now what's that got to do with us?
Craig Kennedy: It's a known although not proven fact that practically all the large gambling combines are controlled by you, Mr. Grady. Naturally, you'd be much better off with a friendly counselman in your district
Jack Brown: You got us wrong, Mr. Kennedy. We don't even know how to play canasta.
Craig Kennedy: You should learn.
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