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Murder Under Glass

November 1932. FDR was moving to end Prohibition, and the crime syndicate was already shifting away from booze to narcotics. In the next few months, the narcotic supply is running low. February 20, 1933, Frank Nitti and his lieutenant Pete Konitz fly down to New Orleans, where the Mardi Gras will be taking place. Bouchard is busy having Sully fit his car with bulletproof glass. Later, Nitti is demanding a drug shipment from Bouchard. On being told the stuff is coming in the next day, Nitti flies back to Chicago, leaving Konitz in New Orleans to get the narcotics. The next day, Ness and his men arrive in New Orleans. That night, Bouchard tells Konitz that he is sending his ""two best men,"" Gil Haller and Hugger Davis, to pick up the heroin: a 3-pound shipment, worth several million dollars. But when they pick up the heroin, Gil shoots Hugger and steals the stuff. Then Gil goes back to Konitz and Bouchard with a phony story that he and Hugger were ""attacked by 5 or 6 guys"" who sto

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  • Originally Aired March 23, 1961
  • Runtime 50 minutes
  • Network ABC (US)
  • On Other Sites IMDB
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Name Type Role
Harry Kronman Writer
James Thayne Guest Star
Dennis Patrick Guest Star
Richard Reeves Guest Star
Evelyn Scott Guest Star
Norman Leavitt Guest Star
Francis McDonald Guest Star
Eugene Iglesias Guest Star
Luther Adler Guest Star
George Selk Guest Star
Joseph V. Perry Guest Star
George Werier Guest Star
Craig Duncan Guest Star
Carl Milletaire Guest Star
Paul Birch Guest Star
Walter Grauman Director