Kookie's just driven by a hit & run killing 2 people, when a mysterious blonde repeatedly tries to run him off Sunset Boulevard. The crash disfigures the woman, & a witness disappears from the scene with her purse. Hotrodder Kookie was on the way to a hot date, so he'd borrowed Stu's classier ride. The woman's a well-known thesp, her hubby's a well-connected tycoon, so the fuzz put the squeeze on hep-cat Kookie, not the jet setters. PI Stu tries to untangle the web that's ensnared him too.
Did You Know?
Kookie's real name of Gerald Lloyd Cookson is mentioned for the first time. His family situation of his father being deceased, and his mother, Helen Margaret Cookson, being a public stenographer, is also mentioned for the first time. See more
At the end, the lady in the head bandages says she had the accident with Kookie, because she knew the police would be looking for a car with a broken headlight. But in the beginning when the accident happens, her car did not have a broken headlight. See more
And the sororities are pitching in.
[to Chick Hammons
Did you arrange that?
Well no Stu, I did.
I guess the philandering character does have its rewards.
77 Sunset Strip
Written by Mack David
and Jerry Livingston
[Series theme song; short version played during opening credits; full vocal version performed during closing credits] See more