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Silent Partner

Chicago, March 2, 1932. The hottest nightspot in town is the Club Tunisian, owned by gangster Pete Kalik, who built it up from a small speak. Ness and Lee Hobson show up, but not to see gorgeous singer Mavis Carroll-- they had gotten an anonymous phone tip earlier. Lee Hobson is tired, he is due to take his vacation leave starting Friday. Ness and Hobson get contacted by the club comedian Eddie Paris, he is the one who phoned them. After his show, he meets with Ness and Hobson at the Denton Street wharf; Eddie wants Pete Kalik put away behind bars, he says Kalik is working out a big alcohol deal with the Partner, the mysterious man who had backed Torrio and Capone. That's all that Ness and Hobson find out; later, Eddie is taken for the infamous ""one way ride"" by one of Kalik's boys, Woody Lubek. In the wee hours of March 6 (Walter Winchell means March 3), a caravan of 16 trucks, carrying 8,000 gallons of whiskey, paid for by the Partner, head from the Midwest to Pete Kalik's club

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  • Originally Aired February 1, 1962
  • Runtime 50 minutes
  • Network ABC (US)
  • On Other Sites IMDB
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Name Type Role
Harry Kronman Writer
John Milford Guest Star
Allyn Joslyn Guest Star
Charles McGraw Guest Star
Dyan Cannon Guest Star
Stewart Bradley Guest Star
Tim Graham Guest Star
Bert Convy Guest Star
Charles Horvath Guest Star
Sydney Smith Guest Star
Stanley Kahn Guest Star
Charlie Picerni Guest Star
Abner Biberman Director